The Algona tipper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, July 14,1936 Berniec Storm Mid Omega Me* Orath gpent the week end In Eagle Grove where they visited friends. Tony Ooeders wan taken to Fort Dodge, Thursday, where he entered Mercy hospital for surgical treatment. ? Mr. Mid Mrs. M. J. Duffy and family spent Sunday at Clear Lake. Mr. and Mm. E. V. Colt and son, Jackie, are visiting In Algona with Mrs. Colt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Momyer. Marjory Reid, Loin Kohl, Lillian Kressln drove to Mason City today ^Tuesday) and will spend the evening In Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Danson and Dr. and Mrs. H. M. Olson spent the week end In the Danson cottage at Lake Okoboji. Ml** Ella Lewis 1* (pending today (Tuesday) at Cresettat Beach Hotel on Lake Okoboji attending a Stephens College club meeting. Erelyn Black Is working at the Kruse-Blossom Insurance Agency in place of Dorothy Parsons, who is taking her vacation this week. Bath Bishop left Friday for Iowa City where she will visit her aunt, Miss Maude McBroom until August 1. Mrs. A. A. Bishop and son, James took Ruth as far as Ames. Professor and Mrs. Loren Orny and daughter of Huntington, Ohio, •were Sunday callers in the C. A. Momyer home. John Momyer nnd 1'i'of. Gray are former schoolmates. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Yeoman will spend next week visiting with friends and relatives In Chicago and also will drive to Minneapolis to look over the main branch of the Gamble Stores. The Alffona National Re*mploy- ment office placed fifteen persons during the last week. Four men received Public Works placements, six men private placements and five women received private placements. Buby Bastin, beauty operator at the Cora D. Miller beauty shop, spent her vacation last week visiting friends In Des (Moines and Minneapolis. Irene Drager worked as assistant at the beauty shop during her absence. Mrs. Frank Hagen of Tlton- ka and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hagen of Chicago spent from Thursday until Sunday In the Frank Vcra home. The former is Mrs. Vera's mother and Mrs. Charles Hagen is her aunt. V. H. Coffin, Frank Barker Mid son, Walter of Des Moines returned Saturday morning from a week's fishing trip in northern Minnesota A fish breakfast was enjoyed by the Coffin and Barker families on Saturday morning. Camilla Belbhoff, daughter of Mrs. Flora Relbhoff, arrived Friday evening from Minneapolis to spend a three weeks' vacation with her mother. Camilla is taking a nurse's training course at St. Andrews' hospital in Minneapolis. Helen Strclt of Chicago came on Friday and will visit until Wednesday in the horn* of her aunt. Miss Keith Capener, fen-Hi, arrived on Sunday and will spend the week with Dr. and Mrs. H. M. Olson. Mrs. E. W. Lusby and daughter, trene Dalztel, drove to Clear Lake Wednesday. They will spend two weeks vacationing at their cottage. Mrs. Walter Good returned last Monday from Garner, where she spent the week visiting at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Cecil Ben- >r. Btchard Sherman drove to Okoboji Tuesday to visit Harlan Miller. Mr. Miller writes the column "Over the Coffee" for the Des Moines Register. Bob Dewel, Bussell Sands, Bob LaBarre, Bill Garner and Craig Vinson spent Saturday and Sunday at the Methodist camp at Spirit Lake. Mrs. Ella Potter, slster-ln-law of Mrs. May Miller, returned to her home in Sioux City, Thursday. She was a visitor in Algona for three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Murtagh and daughters, Betty, Jean and Mrs. Theo. Hutchison were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ingvoldstad at the Hotel Hanford in Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Ingvoldstad are from Minneapolis. Mrs. Wayne Bradfleld arrived on Sunday from her home in Austin, Minn., and will spend this week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Benson. Mrs. Bradfleld Is the former Verona Benson and her husband Is manner of a lumber yard In Austin. The Bev. Frank Anderson, executive secretary of the Iowa Baptist conference, will speak next Sunday morning at the local Baptist church at the 11 a. m. service. The meeting Is of considerable Importance and all members and friends are urged to attend. Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Danson and son, Robert Lewis, will leave Wednesday for two weeks which Mr. Danson will spend at Ft. Snclllng while his wife and son visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Lawton In St. Paul. Mr. Danson in a first lieutenant in the army reserve. Editor Buss Waller of the Upper Des Moines together with his wife, l.i making a two week's tour of the west, going as far as Denver and Salt I^ke City and Including Yellowstone National Park. A card from the Black Hills written Saturday, indicates that the weather is also hot there. Mr. and Mrs. Arne Horsford returned Monday morning after spending the week visiting with their respective parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Horsford, and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Anderson In Minneapolis. Mrs. Horsford's sister returned with them and will be a guest here during this week. The sister's name Is Carol Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. ChrlschlUes and their sons returned Monday noon from a six weeks trip to the west coast. The return trip was made In one week, with a day spent in San Francisco and other stop* Mrs. Ed Genrich and Mrs. Walter Roberts spent Wednesday in Des Moines. Mrs. F. E. Kent spent from Tuesday until Friday of last week visit- Ing her mother, Mrs. E. Graham at Indlanola. Merle Pratt Is spending the week at Lake Okoboji as the guest of Richard Norton In the Mrs. F. S. Norton cottage. Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Parsons, Helen, Phyllis and Donald Parsons left Wednesday for a week's vacation In northern Minnesota. Mary Elizabeth Swanson, sister of Mrs. W. D. Andrews, left on Thursday for Denver where she will spend a vacation. Arlene Sonerholm, Crystal Lake, was a guest at the home of her sister, Mrs. Holman Anderson, from Wednesday until Friday. Ethel McFadden, daughter of Mrs. Sarah McFadden, recently returned after making a three weeks's visit with friends in Slater, Colorado. Lawrence Bormann, and brother- in-law, Lawrence Thilges, and Jim Finley, all of Riverdale township, were in Charles City Tuesday on business. Boy Hilton drove to Algona, on Wednesday for his daughter, Charotte, who will pay him a visit at Slayton, Minnesota, for the next .wo weeks. Mr. and Mr*. Victor Peterson, ^aGrange, Illinois, returned to :helr home Sunday. They had been guests of Mrs. Peterson's uncle since Tuesday. Lester Aalfs, Sioux City, arrived Sunday and spent the week travel- ng with his brother, Cliff Aalfs. >ster Aalfs is specialty man for the Armour Company. Mildred Aman arrived home a week ago Monday evening from Vlankato, where she has been at:ending college and summer school. She will return there next fall. Phil Eyres, Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Evert Eyres, LeMars, arrived a week ago Sunday and will spend .wo weeks visiting at the home of ils grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Bergfleld. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Eckburg of Boone and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Henderson and family of Ft. Dodge are guests this week of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Norton at their cottage at Clear Lake. .Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Moulds are enjoying a visit from their son, Arthur, his wife and daughter, Jane of Elklns, Oregon. They arrived Wednesday and this is their first visit in fourteen years. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Amunson returned home Tuesday night after visiting since Friday with Mr. Amunson's sister, Mrs. Matt Chrlsten- sen at Black River Falls, Wis They attended a family reunion on Sunday. Audrey Slagle, Ruth Baney, Ron alie Swanson and Marilyn Wood ward returned Sunday from Camp Morrison where they had spent a week attending the Girls Friendly camp. The Girls Friendly club Is and dress designer and Is at present on her vacation. Mrs. Sadie CavMuuign Mid Mary Elizabeth Van Allen will spend this week in Fort Dodge. Mary Elizabeth will attend the Campffre Girls' camp and Mrs. Cavanaugh will be a guest at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Jlmmle Allen. Douglas A. Cannody, Vt of Prior Lake, Minnesota and Mary 1. Bellinger, 21, of Shakopee, Minnesota, were married Sunday morning by Justice of the Peace, H. B, White. Harry Hull and Mrs. H. B. White were witnesses. Mr. Cannody Is a mechanic and his bride has been employed as an attorney's stenographer. Alooc way. Tb» <a>rl«gh»U» . family reports that Utah and Wyoming have been having an un usual amount of rain, but from Nebraska to Algona things looked very dry. Mr*. Charles W. Harchett has fine patch of tomato plants which has already borne several large ripe tomatoes. The first tomato ripened and was gathered and eaten on July 4th. This patch has borne in spite of the drouth and has noi been watered as yet. Mrs. Sarchett in 87 years of age, but still spends much time In her garden weeding and tending It. The tomato plants were bought from Anderson's grocery and set out In May. They no doubt would have done much better had It not bejn^y> dry. Cummings 5c to $1 DRESS SALE Final Clearance of all Voiles, Sheers and Sunback Drekses $1.00 Values, now 14 to r>2 67c $1.59 Values, Now $1.00 $1.88 Value., Now $1.29 Children's Rayon Panties Sizes 2--4-CJ lOc Sixes 8-10-12 15c New Mesh Rayon Panties 25c Dreamland (!repe Four-Gore Slips White, Ftesh, Tcarose. All sixes :54 to 44 *1.00 Bias Out Rayon Tailored Top Slips White or Tearose 59c All sizes, elastic tops Children's Bun Suits 25c Sizes 34 to 44 Pongee Pajamas and Ooolie Goats H.J.WILSON, FORMER ALGON1AN DO JULY 3RD End Came From Stroke at the home of Daughter in Des Moines Harry Wilson, for many years one of the prominent business men of Atgona, died Friday, July 3, at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Frank Warner in Des Moines, following a stroke sustained in Emmetsburg a few days before, while visiting there. Harry and Mrs. Wilson, who have been living In California for a number of years since leaving Algona, had come back to Iowa for a visit among their numerous old friends, and was to pay Algona a visit. The body was to be cremated and the ashes taken back to Orange, California, for burial, accompanied by the widow and daughter. Harry J. Wilson was born In Whitewater, Wisconsin, December 29, 1863, and was therefore in his 73rd year. He came to Algona with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Wilson, a boy of seven. Mr. Wilson, Sr., was one of Algona's most prominent men and served in the state legislature for two terms and is mayor of Algona. His election was a notable event in the politics of those times, as the county was almost solidly republican, and John was a state democratic The father during the 25 an organization of the church. Episcopal Turkish Towels 10,25,49c Cummings Mrs. Burton Thorpe, John and James Spencer drove to Cedar Falls on Friday, and returned on Saturday accompanied by Miss Viol* ItottMF who spent th» w««k end In Algona, returning Sunday evening to Cedar Falls where she is a nurse. Mrs. Charles Daniels of Beaver Dam, Wis., Miss Othllla Arndorfer nnd Mr. and Mrs. Roy Arndorfer and daughter, Jane of Milwaukee are visiting In the P. J. Greiner home. Mrs. Daniels, Milss Arndorfer and Mr. Arndorfer are sisters and brother of Mrs. Greiner. Frank and Olivu Mattiies, Big Stone City, South Dakota, arrived Thursday and will visit until Monday with their mother, Mrs. Peter Greiner. Frank is an automobile ualeaman for the Chevrolet Motor Company, and Ollva keeps house for the Rev. Father Esthergard. Paul Hutchins, who has been In charge of a WPA project in Sioux City, arrived In Algona, Monday, July 13, for a short visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Hutchlns. Paul Hutchlns will begin active duty as officer In the CCC cam;) at Ft. Snelllng, July IS. Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Mathes, their daughter, Phyllis and Mrs. Edith Herod and daughter, Dorothy, spent Thursday at the Methodist camp at Spirit Lake. Mrs. Herod and daughter are from Ft. Byron, 111., and they are spending the summer in Algona with the Matties family. The ladles are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Barker and daughter, Frances and son, Walter, returned to their home In Dea Moines, Saturday morning after spending the week as gueats of Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Paxson. Frances wan a guest of Betty Murtagh. Mr. Puxaon and son, Charles, and Mr. Barker and Walter spent some time fishing in the northern lakes. Alfred Hoderberg and daughter, Mrs. N. O. Nelson and her daughter, Luree, all of Milac, Minnesota, spent from Tuesday until Saturday visiting friend.i in Algona. Swea (^ity und Bancroft. Mr. Soderberg is u former Algoniun und now niukca Ma home in Miluc with his daughter. He recently recovered front u serious Hint's und is now in good health again. Richard Kohl, noil of Air. and Mrs. George Kohl of Union township, will spend this week of his vacation visiting with his parents and with his two sinters, Mable and Lulu. The former is telephone operator at the Northwestern Bell Tel- ophono Company, and the latter is clerk und bookkeeper at the Coast- to-Coast store. Richard is employed at St. Paul by the Cities Service Oil Company. Sheila Ann Hanneu, three year old granddaughter of Mrs. John Caughlin, spent Thursday with her grandmother. Sheila Ann U the daughter of Mrs. Andrew Hansen, formerly Agatha Caughlin, of Titonka. Mrs. Haasen drove to Marathon, Thursday, to spend the day with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ekatan. Mr. Ekstan la the druggist at Marathon, und Mrs. EksUm and Mrs. Hanaen formerly taught school together in Fenton. Mrs. Arnold Koupe of Cedar Rapid* arrived Saturday to spend a few days in the hotua of her husband'* parent*, Mr. and Mars. Charles Roupe. Tha two Roupe children, have b/ten viaiUug their grandparent* for the pa*t w*«k. Mr*. John Wltwer, a daughter of tha Roupe*, U a!*o visiting hark, and will return to bar MOM in HJuon City ta* middU of th* wwk. Wilson leader. years he lived In Algona, owned and operated the Wilson Flouring Mill at the Milwaukee depot, known all over northern Iowa. He also bought grain and operated a lumber yard down town. It was while attending the Algona public schools, a boy of perhaps 16 years, that young Harry was thrown from a horse In a running race at the fair grounds and sustained a badly broken leg. Although advised that the leg must be amputated if his life was to be saved, the boy steadily refused to consent to amputation, Raying he would rather die than go through life with only one leg, and for several weeks lay at the point of death from Infection. The leg was finally removed and the rest of Harry's life he was forced to get along on one crutch. It was generally agreed that he got around faster and did more business than most men with two legs. Harry attended old Algona College and Grinnell. In 1889 he engaged in the lumber and milling business at Emmetsburg where he remained for fourteen years. In 1908 he and his family returned t Algona and he engaged In the auto business with Senator Dickinson and his brother, the late E. C. Dickinson. Later he separated from the Dickinsons and built the building row occupied by George Elbert for his auto business. A number of years ago he retired and moved to California with his wife, who was Miss Luella R. Russell, daughter of a prominent Humboldt family. Besides his wife Harry Is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Irene Warner of Des Moines and Camilla, who is married and lives at Orange, California. Mrs. E. B. Butler, now living in California, is Harry's sister. Edward Arnold, Binnie Barnes in "Suiter's Gold" at Call Fri.-Sat. History of Co. "A" 33rd Engineers Four Corner News Clarice, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Harlan, went Thursday to vis- It her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Etna Mitchell. She returned on Saturday night. The Four Corners Mothers' and Daughters' club will meet this week Thursday at the home of Mrs. Alta Lowman. This Is the beginning of a new year and every member is urged to attend. Mr. and Mrs. George Nelson and son, Carl, John Taylor and Bill Smith all of Stockport, came Thursday to visit at the Otto Harlan farm. Mr. Nelson stayed to help shock oats. The rest returned that evening. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Witham were greatly surprised last Wednesday night when Mrs. Witham's mother, Mrs. Jessie Royce and her brother, Harry Royce both of Inglewood, California, and Ford Thompson of Monterey, California, came to spend a two months' vacation. The boys are returning to Oregon the latter part of August. When we first joSned the army, And took our guns in hand And strapped our packs Upon our backs. We were a fighting band. Of drilling we had plenty, Hikes—more than twice enough, And when we made The gas house We thought it was no bluff. Then we were fresh and eager, And had our dreams t'boot; We would all be "Tops" or corporals; Maybe some would be a "loot." We sailed across the ocean, And landed over there, And paid "sank" franc For "vinegar" blanc And all they asked for beer. Soon we tried to parle vous, And learned to say wee wee; Then when they charged Us double price We parle'd "No compree." But all our plans were broken And dreams nipped In the bud; Instead of being "non-coms", We were digging in the mud. Our helmets hung upon a nail, Our guns and gas masks ntx. While other struggled with the Hun We fought with shovels and picks Of yore the bugle sounded, And we rallied one and all. Now, as we go our steps are slow, For It's only fatigue call. When the bugle blows the mess call Then things begin to hum; We beat it back to the old cook •hack For seconds on the slum. But still we fought our battles, And charged with right good will At a place we called The hole In the wall. In the Battle of Cognac hill. But now the war Is over. And we never had a chance To send a Hun home on the run i With bullets in his pants. It's lonesome, mighty lonsome While we're so far away; For our hearts arc turning homeward, And a year seems In each day. While we're waiting for the summons To return to that fair shore, Whore we'll gladly live forever And we'll parle vous no more. —A BUCK. ELEVATOR ROBBED AT BWNGTON Irvlngton: The Farmers' Elevator nere was broken Into and robbed of 27 bales of twine Friday night The theft was noticed about ten a. m. Saturday when Mr. Asa no- ilced that the lock was broken on the warehouse door. ALGONA LADIES IN GAR CRASH AT WILMAR, MINN. Mrs. Green of LuVerne, Was Owner and Driver of Wrecked Car Mlra. Fred Tyler, Richfield, suffered a broken rib n week ago Monday, when the car In which she was riding in company with Mrs. Fred Poorh, AlRona, wns struck by another rnr nt n street intersection nt \Vilmnr, Minnesota. Also in the car were Mrs. C. Mo- Inr, Long Bench, California, nnd Mrs. (J. Henderson, L-uVerne, who s>iffered severe bruises, anil Mrs F.lnier Green, LuVerne, owner nnd .iriver of the cnr. Mrs. Pooch nnd Mrs. Green escaped injury. M4-s. Tyler was tnkcn to the hospital where the broken bone wns set. They stayed in Wilmnr Mon- dny night but drove on to their <'i stinatior, O'lennwnod. where they visited friends, returning home on Thursdny. The car, a Chevrolet sedan, was lindly damaged, the rear right wheel and fender being smashed In the collision. The accident occurred when Mrs. Green wns turning a corner and another car failed to stop and Mrs. Green wns not able to speed her car up quick enough to escape the crash. Mrs. Molar and Mrs. Tyler had been guests of Mrs. Pooch and returned for n further visit with Mrs. Pooch. The women are aunts of Mrs. Pooch. Wesley, gave birth t-» a hnhy boy. Saturday, July 11—Mrs. Rose Moon, ('nrwith, gave birth to a baby boy. ,' Saturday, July It—Mrs. Franz Tc-ior. Algona, gave birth to a baby boy. Monday. July 13—M|rs. Russell Hardgrove, Algonn, gave birth to a baby boy. KoMiith Hospital News Tuesday. July 7—Meredith, tha daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Ted Larson. Algona, tonsilectomy. Tuesday. July 7,—Dean Taylor. Sexton, hnd his tonsils removed. Tuesday, July 7—Mildred Laabs, I.one Rock, underwent an appendectomy. Tuesday, July 7—Mrs. Homer Dodds, Algonn, gave birth to a baby girl. Wednesday, July 8—Mrs. Orville Wagner, Bode, wns admitted for medical treatment. Thursday. July 9, Clark Redfleld. Algonn. underwent an appendectomy. Friday. July 10—Mrs. Alfred Krueger. Lone Rock, underwent a tonsilectomy. James Hudson and Elmer Harr will enter a CCC camp about July 20th. Mrs. Lawrence Menke and her daughter, Miaxine, visited at the E. Dale home Friday. John Frankl shelled 5,000 bushels of corn Saturday, which he sold and delivered to the Farmers' Elevator here. Mrs. Mary Dole came home on Saturday after having been employed at the Myers home in Algona for two weeks. Mrs. John Schumacher Is spending a few weeks at the homo of her daughter, Mrs. E. Dole, and caring for her new grandson. Roy Sankey is now driving a Pontiac car, having recently traded in his old car. He is now employed with the Williams graveling crew near Whittemore. Mjrs. Roy Fitch and Mrs. Geo. Johnson motored to Brltt Friday to visit their parents, and also other relatives from California, who are visiting there. Douglas Rlley has been improving his home with a new coat of paint. He also had some painting 1 and papering done on the Interior I and purchased several pieces of new furniture. The club dance Friday was well attended In spite of the hot weather. The club members have decided to postpone the dances now until August 1. Roy "Cook's orchestra furnished the music Friday. General Hospital News Wednesday, July 8—Pearley Hnynes, Wesley, tonsilectomy. Wednesday, July 8—Lorna Kres- sln, Lone Rock, tonsilectomy. Thursday, July 9—Junior Schenck of Burt, tonsilectomy. Friday, July 10—Nels Mitchel, Algona. entered for medical treat ment. Friday. July 10—Patsy Ann Harris, 8 years old. Mason City, tonsil- ectomy. Saturday. July 11—Mrs. August A number of the members of St. Paul's Lutheran congregation attended the Lotta Creek mission festival recently. FARMERS ATTENTION BINDER TWINE White Sisal Twine, averages 500 ft per Ib. $O95 50 Ib. bale* JOE BLOOM Coast-to-Coast Store Mr. and Mrs. Albert Selichnow have purchased a restaurant at Mankato and have begun operating Hot Weather Beauty Specials Soft water shampoo and fing- erwave 50c Machineless Permanents Cool! No machinery, no electricity $5,00 Marguerite's Beauty Shop Phone 10 Over Barry's This ad I* good for $1.00 on our $3.50, 84.50 and $7.50 Croqulgnolo Wave* Corn Takes Jump By re/erring to the markets you will note that the price of corn has taken a jump of 2i cents higher since last veek a 1 , this tin 1 ". This is pet-hap? one of t'-ie great- fs>t jumps ths market has iver tak en. due to the fact of the terrible heat that has parched our (ields in the middle west. Richpoint News Roberta Skllling spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Skllling. She is attending summer school at the State Teachers' College. Mrs. George Johnson spent Friday at the Harry Seeiey home at Whittemore. Vera, youngest daughter of the Geo. Johnsons, went on Sunday to Clear Lake for several days. Mrs. O. L. Miller and Mrs. Roy Claybough drove to Fort Dodge on Tuesday to take Roy Claybough, Jr., for medical treatment. A brother from Webster Ciiy spent Wednesday ut the local (Jlaybuugh home. Air. and Mrs. Ed Siu'ehaii spent lust week vacationing ut Cass Luke. Mrs. Shei'han attended a family reunion at Ottumwu on Sunday. .Mr. mill Mrs. Letter Haittie and granddaughter, Patty from Denver, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kent. They arrived Monday. Mr. und .Airs. T. H. Kirsch and Mr. und Mrs. J. W. Taylor of Humboldt spent the week end at Luke Okoboji. The Taylors are former Algona residents and Mr. Taylor is u Beil Telephone employee. Mrs. C. C. Slilerk and small son will leuvc Wednesday morning with the former's sister, Mrs. R. L. Virgil of Omaha, for a week's visit ut the home of their mother, Mrs. C. E. Randall of Kenosha, Wla. Marion Hoppe »peitt from Monday until Sunday ut Lake Okoboji aa the guest of Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Stacey und family of Ames. The Staceya stopped briefly in Algona at the home of Mrs. Stace/a brother, County Agent A. JL. Brown. Marlon makes her home with the Stacey family when she attend* Iowa State College. Mr. and Mr*. William Byuo and two sons and Irene Lamutb of Fort Dodge, were Sunday visitors in tha John Lamuth home. Mr. Ryno also went to Spuncer to visit a *i»t«r who i* Ul. Lucille Bode returned to Fort Dodge with them after spending a two weeks' vacation at her home In Union township. Sb« 1* employed by tba Brody Traaatar company la Fort Dodg*. SUNBURW, can be dangerous ! Hut. red, sure, iiiHuined, bliktered and burnt AMI, wtm lever and humc- timeK violent illnoh, may follow cx- ce»»ivc cxpofcure to the hot »ummer nun. Doctors *uy lake no chuncc*. Treat kunburn and ull burns like you would a diu>£erou» ducufte. Burnt kill *n<£ injure ti*stuc~— cau»c freckles uud roufth, hartb tkin for year*. 4 Furiipran tcicAtikli have discovered lh*f a remarkable new pn-iut-ftiiou called COU-O- I-KNK but »oul)ii?ft. CLM>)», Hop* the j>uin. The* it actually fcvdt the injured tihkuu — . T«Ke n« ctuncc* iet COU-O LtNE Utility A lun|,-l»kiin« tub* only SOc «t your drut- (ltd. 11 >uur otttt tlrufAut c-mimi iuii(ij)> > «ru« W»ud L.b. . Ucp(. Al. CJ.icUu, 111. K. D. 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