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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 27, 1936
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North The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Oct. 27,1936 East * Kossuth Page Attendance And Honor Role For 6 Weeks, Ledyard Ledyard: The following people had perfect attendance the first tbt weeks: 12th grade, Etna SchwarU; llth grade, Bernard And- ersoti, Lena Baumann, Ariowe Blome, Mae Mullarkey, Marjorie Caasem; 10th, Paul Hendrlckaon, lean Nelson, Lola Reece, Marcus Rlppentrop; 0th, Pauline Brown- tog, Pearl Laab, BUly and Joe McDonald, Lucille Munyer, Mary Lee Olson, Kathleen Reece, Ronald Richardson, Duane Thompson, Louise Zlelske; 8th, Violet Cassem, Marvel Halverson, Viola Johnson, Delorls Junkermeier, Howard KUnkslek, Eunice Priebe; 7th, Wilma Busch, Jean Estle, Marjorie Ofibel, Connie Oarry, Gordon Matener, Marjorie Mayer, Dorothy Risk, Clarence Schwartz; 6th, Donald Daniels, Loren Hans, Delorls Mayne, Eva Eggerth, Arden Anderson, Kenneth Reece, Amorita Johnson, Ellen Laabs, Arden Lloyd, Melvln Engelbarts, Lorraine Darnell, Ruth Priebe; Bth, Marian Logemann, Betty Jean Dorsey, Delores Nltz, Edwin Dontje, Walter Scott, Darlene Haag, Velda Estle, Lewis Alver, Maurice Drew, John Dontje, Joe Dyer, Anna Hassebrock, Reuben Johnson, David Klrkman, Beatrice Selfert, Frances Tahnke; 4th, Joan Berhow, Christ Engelbarts, Thomas Carry, Luella Johnson, Duane Koestler, Evelyn Meyer, Jimmy Reece, Catherine Sullivan, Harvey Worden, Alice Zielske, Lois Black, Dorothy Klinksiek; 8rd, Leroy Busch, Phyllis Busch, Vernon Darnell, Arnold Dontje, Vernon Haag, La Vonne Johnson, Merle Johnson, Rose Marie McDonald, Ruth Zlelske; 2nd, Eugene Blome, Jerry Cassem, Evelyn Daniels, Doris Estle, Isabella Haag, Helen Johnson, Norma Logemann, Geraldine Manthel, Darlene Schrader, Qeraldlne Sullivan, Harold Troff; first, Myron Busch, Jean Koestler, Eugene Meyer, Darrell Troff and Donald Winter. ( Save on Fuel Bills ••MMMB " Save on Housework In a Dozen Ways with a Genuine Estate oil Heatrola The beautiful, genuine Estate Oil Heatrola is the home heater we recommend to our customers. The home heater we stand behind and guarantee to cost you less than any fancy bargain - priced" circulator. Come in, see our display—or telephone. Turns Waste into Warmth! The tngenlooji Intewl-Fire Air Dact block* the heat that eampra up tits floe In ordinary heat- en—make* every gallon of oil do extra duty. The New, Long-Lif e Double-. Chamber Bowl Burner am** ^m^*. act ? 49-5O Up EASY TERMS Finished In durable, beautiful porcelain oum- el—«trted to the latest trends In flu* furniture. to BJUSTROM'S Algona HOME APPLIANCES Swea City The Case Against Roosevelt Has Broken Down 1. The Farm Program and The Reciprocal Treaties Have Not Destroyed the Fanners' Market—for proof see the market page. 2. Government Spending Was Not Waste—it was an investment to save America from what was threatening in 1932. 3. Our Liberties Have Not Been Destroyed-compare your freedom with four years ago. The Case For Roosevelt Gets Stronger with Fair Consideration L n. fium pncram »W4 tfaoOMOd. .1 Uimen. uul bwlBM. men faom •.Boo****!* the Capital from ttw New York financial dtetriet to WaibJnKtoa where it There seemd to be notfaioc ahead but deflation, h«M revived, hope tuw returned; deep*** ha* OAK YOU NOW VOTE AGAINST THE MAN WHO HAS KEPT HI8 FEET ON THE OEOUND AND GONE AHEAD UNDER THE SAVAGE ATTACKS OF THE SAME SELFISH FOEOBS WHO FOUGHT WNOOLN AND THEO DOBE ROOSEVELT? * The Iowa Farmers' Committee For Roosevelt LAKOTA CHURCH ELECTION HELD Methodist Board Names Officers to Serve {Joining Year Lakota: The Methodist church board met with the pastor, the Rev. Nelson last week Monday evening to transact the monthly business and elect officers for the ensuing year with the following results: superintendent, Henry Patterson; assistant superintendent, Samuel Warburton; junior superintendent, Mrs. Samuel Warburton; secretary, Orville Koppen; assistant secretary, Lyle Patterson; treasurer, Harry Moe; pianist, Eleanor Moe; assistant, Mrs. Edgar Inlay; librarians, Doris Patterson and Edna Leslie. Teachers will be appointed later. Mrs. Harry Mussman, Jr. was elected superintendent of the Cradle Roll. The next meeting will be with the Samuel Warburtons. 18 At Session of Acorn Club, Lakota, Oct. 22 Lakota: Mrs. Archie Fedge entertained the Acorn club Thursday afternoon with 18 members present and two visitors,' Mrs. Rudolph McKinney of Amery, Wisconsin, and Mrs. Harvey Johnson, Lakota. The meeting on November Bth will be held with Mrs. Olga Wortman. This will be Art Week and a program relative to the same will be given. An art exhibit will be put on in the home economics room at the school building and Mrs. Harry Warburton is chairman of the same. Several who attended the district meeting at Algona, gave short reports of some of the high lights of the convention. Roll call was answered with current events. Mrs. E. R. Williams read a paper on Verdi's "II Trovatore" and "Rlg- aletta," said papers being prepared by Mrs. Doris Ukena who was not able to be present. A paper, "The Life of the Composer Verdi", was read by Mrs. Harvey Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Leslie left Wednesday for St Paul where Mr. Leslie, attended a postmasters' convention. Mrs. Wade Ball, Mrs. Harvey Johnson and Mrs. George Heetland attended the Auxiliary meeting at Algona, recently. The John Heetlands visited with the Jerry Schutters at West Bend last week Sunday. They were also business visitors at Fairmont, Minn., Thursday. Wade Ball's nephew, Gene Graham and two friends, Ed Bowen and Charles Lowe, all of Wheeling, Missouri, came last week, and are picking corn in this vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Patterson, Lakota, and Mr. and Mrs. John Dorenbush, Elmore, drove to Ackley said other nearby points to visit relatives last week Sunday. The Rev. and Mrs. Bergman, of Danbury, visited with their daughter, Mrs. Harvey Nelson last week. They were on their way home from Rochester, Minn., where they had both been for medical examination. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Adams drove to Cedar Rapids last Tuesday taking with them Mrs. Adams' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jager, who left from there via train for Chicago where they will visit their daughter, Mrs. Wallace. Rev. Schnucker of Ramsey Church 111 Lakota: Rev. Calvin Schnucker, of the Ramsey Reform church, has been ill and is now in the hospital at Rochester, Minn., where he underwent an operation recently and is reported recovering. Come on Everybody Here's Ice Cream That Is Different Own yet HBRI LEDYARD NEWS Honor Roll Students These upper grade students made the honor roll which thla year must be straight B's or above. Twelfth, Henrietta CXKeefe. Muriel Reece, Cleo Oabel, Kdlth Logan: llth, Alvtra Hatverson, Beutah Looft; 10th, Irvfa Beenken, Jean Nelson; Bth, Edna Dontje, Lawrence Flynn, Pearl Laabs, Gustav Lunning, Kathleen Reece: 8th, Paul Garry, Jean Gftbel; 7th, Connie Garry and Jeanne Estle. H. M. Dyer had dental work done at Elmore Wednesday The Paul Nltzs who have been at Owatonna, came homo Wednesday. Mrs. A. E. Laurltzen entertained the It B. Aid Thursday at her home. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Garry went to Minneapolis Saturday to attend the football game. EJward Lloyd, who baa been a patient In the Wohnko hospital, came home Friday. Mr and Mrs. Jule Selfert entertained Mr. and Mrs L. W. Wlemer, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Htlferty, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lynch at an oyster supper Monday evening. Wm. Edglngton of Rapid City, South Dakota, Guy Edglngton of Portland, Oregon, Theima Edgington of Norfolk, Vlrglnir.. Charles Stcbbina of Gilmore City. ».pent the week end at the Jule Selfert home. Guy Edglngton worked formerly In the former Jeoks garage some IS years ago. Hebron Twp News Ray Elchorn shelled corn last Monday afternoon. Beet hauling Is soon to be completed around here. Lillian Haugen visited the school In District No. 1 last Friday afternoon. Mrs. William Bohm moved last Wednesday to the old Osland .home. Mrs. Beatrice Osland spent last Friday afternoon with Mrs. Oscar B'randle. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Thompson spent Sunday evening at the Otts Mldthun home. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Frandle and family spent last Sunday at the home of Mrs. C. Legrled. Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Thompson spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Bertha Ingebretson. Mrs. Ole Hauskin and Maynard of Blue Earth spent Wednesday evening at the Oscar Frandle home Mrs. C. Legrled, Mrs. Oscar Johnson, Mrs. T. H. Benson, Mrs Abner Halverson, Mrs. Howard Sorenson, Mrs. Nels Matheson Mrs. Clarence Haveland and Mrs. Bertha Ingebretson and Mrs. Osca Frandle spent last Monday after noon with Mrs. Oscar Legried nea Brlcelyn, Minn. You'll Love It You'll never know how good ice cream can really be until you try the ice creams, sherbets and ices we tnake here. All the flavors you've always liked. New ones you'll surely want to try. We package our ice cream, freshly frozen every day, in pints and quarts to take home. We serve it here in cones and • wide variety of delicious sundaes and sodas. IE is a new kind of ice cream that you'll agree is the best you ever tasted—smoother, richer, finer, flavored. It's different. It's better. Here's the secret. We make our ovra ice cream fresh daily right here in the store in our spotlessly clean Counter Freezer. To make ice cream so extra good as this is, we select only the finest, purest ingredients, mix them carefully and freeze them exactly right by our special process. No wonder; our home-made ice cream is the talk of the town. .... Find out for yourself how good our style ice cream is. Come in today and try it. Come in and See Wttoh the eleto, wuiitwy «nd efficient way our ice ci-eim ti mode. When you tarte it, you'll know how iood it i*. Try our ice cream here today. Then take tome home to inrpriie *nd thrill your family. E. W. Lusby, Drugs TAKE HOME OUR FRESH FROZEN ICE CREAM TODAY WINNERS IN THE WORLD'S GREATEST ROAD TEST ANNOUNCED BY STANDARD OIL Twenty Years Ag ( News Mm. Margaret Caufhlin bad taased away at the home of her on, John, in this city. She had been 89 years of age, and her death ad been caused from the infirm- ties of old age. She was to have een buried at Independence, and he funeral services were to have >een held at St. John's church. In one of the most exciting and hard fought football games of the season the local high school had ucceeded In downing the EmmeU- burg team, scoring three touch- owns to their opponents' nothing. lie game had not been won until he final whistle, as EmmeUburg ought gamely but had not been able to penertate the local's de- ease. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Kelly had been made happy by the arrival of their second child, a fine boy. Mr. Kelly was the popular superintendent ol &• city light and power plant and still hold* that position. * • • Mr. and Mrs. i. I* Bonar am Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Sullivan bad given a delightful dinner rompli mentinit M'TS Florence Collins o Rock Rapids, who hid been the guMt of Mrs. C. B. Paine. Abner Long exoectorf to mow Into his fine new home in the south part of the city. 1,200,000 MIDWEST MOTORISTS JOINED IN SEARCH FOR .. .TRUTH ABOUT GASOLINE MILEAGE • The following persons not only complied with all rules and regulations of participation in "The World's Greatest Road Test, but also, in the opinion of the Judges' Committee, submitted the most valuable statements of 75 words or less on the subject of What 1 karned about gasoline mileage while taking part m The World i Greatest Road Test." The Judges' Committee was composed of Professor Lloyd D. Herrold of Northwestern University, Chas. M. Hayes, president of the Chicago Motor Club, and Charles C. Merz. member of the Society of Automotive Engineers. FIRST PRIZE WINNER-*1,000°° In Cash W. J. FINN, 245 W. 38th St., Indianapolis, Ind. CharlM E. Bearee, 1229 Kentucky, Quincy W. A. Pfafflin. 9*8 W. Huron St.. Chicago cv. 11. W. Rath, New Athent . D. Kennwald, 2332 W. 64th St.. Chicago [. R. Robert*, 4H5 Broadway, n,k-»»n _ f » cioc w ur.iu ( SECOND PRIZE WINNER *500°° in Cash LOUIS SCHNEIDER RFD No. 4, Clinton, Miuouri THIRD PRIZE WINNER *250°° in Cash W. T. HENDERSON 1503 N. Main St., D*c«tur, I1L FIVE PRIZE WINNERS-*100°« In Cash D. A. HIRSCHLER K. J. TERWELP ColUgoofE<npori«.,EmporU,Kan. 182S Che.tnut St., Quincy, IU. GEORGE B. WEITZEL LEONARD V. OKSANEN W3»6M«rkTw«in, Detroit, Mich. 3203 N. 33rd St., Milwaukee, WU. FRANCIS J. PFLAUM 2943 N. 47th Av«., Omaha, Neb. TEN PRIZE WINNERS $50.00 in Cash J. U Arbogatl, Rilcy Hospital, Indianapolit. Ind. ... L. C Blake, Curtil M((. Co , St. Louit, Mo. Colonel II. Fauiht, 1803 Broadway. Anderson. Ina. Ln F. Garlington, 517 San Juan Ave . LaJunla, Colo. Gbarlti L. llaijke, 1215 Wcxcolt Ave . SL Jweph. Mich. L. Walter Moon, 5006 N. Kingthiglnray, St. Louit, Mo. C. V. Mueller. 2HO Crum Ct.. CuKir.'WeuMM. 3^'W. 9th. York, Nchf. Mrm. Fenton Weelu, HO!M6th St., SUte IU«piul, Manuno. III- TWENTY PRIZE WINNERS $25.00 in Cash A smudge near the oU teak* caused the fire department to be called out It had gained little headway and bad fortunately been extinguished. Had the oil cautfit fire there might hav« been terriftc 'TT • Co.toz A«.. Chic.*,. IU. N-GinU, 4516 N. 22nd St. N. Moflet. JopUn. Mo. Gr»y. 511 N. ft» Ave.. Halladiiy,671 An. Ncbr. olif, I rid, MararW-ld. 5919 Penning Ave, St Uruin, Mo. Edward F. Peumik, 3233 N. si- Milwaukee, Wia. E R Phillipt, 1924 Itt Av.. Cedar Rapid*, I*. W. H. Hector, 714 W. Canedy St., H«h School. . (Jlady> Scott, 1607 MutcaUo* Alt., Iowa City, Iowa William Shaver. R. F. V. 1 , DM Mtiac*. Iowa Vine Stoddard. Jesup. luwa Milton Trautmann, Vrairie Du Sac, Wit. 175 PRIZE WINNERS $10.00 in Cash CALIFORNIA J. Mottula, 4007 Princeton AY*.. U» Angeles COLORADO Prculon B. Albright, 112O N. Tejuo St. ILLINOIS I T Albert. 943 Divaion St., Oak Park Milton Babcock. 1150 W. North St D«»tur Mat jory M. Billow. 16O3 Ridge A^Evaartoo K cTBowcr.. 5420 Kimbark. Cbjeago E. G. Byford, Greenville Cheater £ Chandler, Aleut RG. Cofley. 840 W. 49th Place, Chtajo Samuel D. Darbey. 417 E. Arcadia. Ptorim B F. Davit. 577 HUltide Ave.. Hmhurit D P Falconer, 1018 Maple Ave., Evawton A.' C.' Ftenner. 27O3 E. 76lh SL, Chicago John P. Grogan, 3200 Linden PI.. E. St. 1-ouu H. K. Ilattrup. 1940 Lincoln Aw^Clucago Howard King. 1319 E«tet Ave . Chi Geo. Kloek77o23 Eattlake Terracejios L. F. McBrien. 8838 Aberdeen St Chicago H. D. Neff. 125 N. 6th St.. BeUidere L. F. (XBlaiKkr, 678 E. Mam St. ButboeU unet Sargent, 51S5 W. 95lh St., OaL . C. Siggeia, B29 Park Ave., Wilrnette . S. Singer, 1B39 S. llth Ave., May wood <alph Slo... 1136U Ct'umet Ave., Chicago . R. Snydcr, 1504 E. 68th St, Chicago . F. Tanner, Loraine tA. Torret. 4313 Du ItoU Blvd.. CuigreM Pk. ixxxge Uitti. 5530 N. Neenah Ave., Chicago lale Wilton, 7tt'i W. Wathington. Newlon t. G. Young. 626 Washington Blvd., Oak Pk. INDIANA Davit Black. 1218 Summit St., New Haven t. W. Brenn, 1936 S. Eatt St., Indianapolit loward F. Caaleel. 214 Brit ton St, Garret t Ir. Diion Etfle, Corydon 4oble P. Ewing, Hanover lev. C. J. Feltet. 1140 S. OinUm, Ft. Wayne 'red Fottor, Oxford . ohn H. Griffin, 1108 145th St.. Eatt Chicago larr L. Grott, 425 E. 6lh St., Peru O. N. Johmon. 533 N. Blaine Av., South Bend '. W. Keutnan. 5353 College. Indianapolit J. O. Lawrence, 236 S.W. 2nd St.. Richmond . V. Marvel. 423 Minor SI., Plymouth A. F. McCord, 3420 N. Meridian, Indianapolit {arvey McCrew, 38 McJCinley. Shelbyville r . S. Montgomery, Culver >wen Mothershead, 1311 N. New Jeney, Indianapolit Ltuoard Newman, R. K. 4, Andenon A. J. Reilemcier, 1712 Greenbuth, LaFayette, Aelvin Slater. 3015 S. Harriton. Ft. Wayne '. R. Steventon. 4356 GuUIord, Indianapolit GreUhen M. Wite, 712 Columbia, LaFayetle <. W. Wolfe. 1020 Central. Indianapolii • :ph A- Wytbe, 12O8 S. 17lh. Tene Haute IOWA Rev. I. Fredmund, Newell VUbur B. Harding, R. R. 2, Sibley V. J. HUzaiefenriZlH N. 5th St.. Clinton >r Kurt Jaenkke, 2216 Garfield St.. Qinton H. V. Mann, 2517 Kenway Dr.. Da Moinet O E Schlanbutch. 350 Magowan. Iowa City W. H. Steiner. 408 Hubbell Bldg.. Det Moinet C. E. Watert, Holel Builington, Burluigton KANSAS E. E. Bogart, 2O42 S. Waco, Wichita George E. Dean. Jr.. Blue Rapidi [. M. Dithroan. 425 N. 13th St.. Sauna ^>yd W. Hatneld. 1445 Ellis, Wichita d. W. Orr, 1815 We»t St.. Topeka Krt. Either Kortmeir. 2O9S. Voluuia. WicluU i. A. Koudebuth. 1308 High. Topeka S. L. Slocker. Grainbeld V. E. Wickham. 2716 E. Douglat, Wichita MARYLAND Swep»on Eaiie, 17Z5 E. 33rd St, Baltimore MICHIGAN ' R A. Brewer. 17 Hartletl Highland Park Sam Burnt, 3O41 Newport. Detroit Hugh Fairdouidi. 1005 Eattman. Midland A. L. GenungrfcO Fairtax. Birmingham E T. Griffith. 2636 Calwt Ave., Detroit George A. Hackctt, 138 Ckndalt, Detroit Marian Hodgin. 18455 Santa Barbara. Detra Alex Hook. 411 6th St.. Grand Rapidi Arnold Johnson. 606 Peanon Av.. Menuminee D. C. Love. 11274 N. Lawn, Detroit Harru Niel. Crystal Fallt Wayne W. Pattfcon. 3571 AlgMiquin. Detroi K. H. beebert, 427 W. Brilnt»ood. DuUoi Mri. Holer Thompton ; R. R 9. Kalamazoi Warien Siunan, 535 Gntwold St.. Detroit Starr L. Wade. 7O5 Beard. Detroit W S. Wyman. 12117 Wark Ave . Detroit MINNESOTA T H Baker. 323 S Warwick. St Paul M. L. Blake, Arcbuy T. G. Brooke. 5??H Irving Av . S.. Minneapol J. V. Cool. 1810 Selby Ave., St. Paul H L Craddick. 3518 Park Av . S . Minneapol Paul V. Fling, Madelia O. R. Gilbert. Grand Meadow barl Hartley, 420 N. 78th Av*., W, Dutath William C. Hill, Hrainerd I.I. Undtay, 700 Rnanoke Bldg.. MinnetpolU . V. Nalbor, WM l-.Uh Ave. a, Virginia . N. Nrl«on, 514 Wentworth St., St. Paul lilt Carol W. Olion, Mountain Iron . T. Page, 513 Hennepin Ave., Minneapoiia rmon Pcleraon, Otakit Walter achulti, 205H Jamet St., St. Paul jura R. Treat. Hoi 51* Big Fallt '.. J. W alien. :1H2U llth Ave., Minnetpollt Ed. Wolf, 3325 Nicollet Ave., MirmrtpnUt MISSOURI Mra. W. Antx>ine, 220 W. Farmer, Indeiicndence Charlet A. liell, Marthall vlrt. Rolla Brown, Anplelon City/ . E. Butler, M. D.. Salem Samuel S. Carter, 3OO9 JuU. St. Joteph i. C. Qaudy, 715 E. Grand, SpringntJd B. K. CoUint, Warremburg :. C. Cravena. 323 Bruth Creek. Kantat Qtr xjlin Crim, Lancatter I. R. Critp. 6W/J Dartmouth A«e., Univemly City 3. E. Dexter. 4119 W motor. K total City arm J. IXjwd, 19O3 Maul St.. Lexiugtoa ohn W. Edie. May>viUe :. C. Freed, Parkville i. W. Hiinten. 4023 Main. Kantat City ;. Hilbert. 64QO Hymouth. St. Louii County Iclen C. Koch. 50O1 Vernon, St. Louil William K. Meek. Milan '. D. Moore. Noel ~. Parkhum. 614 Kayter. St. Loult County Grant I. Koteruweix. 1311 Commerce Bldf/ Kantai City ). M. Ritchie, 103 Lawrence, Ferguton L. J. Spencer. 3 E. Armour. Kantat City S. P. Voigt, 232 Way Ave., Kirkwood NEBRASKA E. C. Bennett, 3OH Carocrry Apt., Omaha loy C. Kiker. 2119 Lake St., Lincoln .'rank O. Mclnlyre, Futlerujn ATilliam J. Shallcrou, Bcllevue H. S. llwrpe. 638 Stuart Bldg . Lincoln ev. M. WVWUk. Venango . F. Zeller, 915 E. Overland. ScotUUuC NEW YORK . Jausuo. Jr . 72»-59lh St.. Hrooklyn NORTH DAKOTA !,. M. Flaten, Muiut , Alice M. Hunter. Crund Fork* SOUTH DAKOTA Hatrold H. Haven. 1-icrit: A. G. Hoyem, AuKutUuia Cul , Sioux Ftflt Charlie Kytonen. lltcla A. C. Klathen, 1001 N. Main. Abtrdm TEXAS Paxton H Dent. El Pato (Juiucy A. Main, 815 Elm St. Dalla* WASHINGTON K- E. Guyre, 824 W. Sprague. Spokane WISCONSIN Homer G. Bell, Wett AUit Will Bruunicb. 133 E. Montana. MilwaukM A crFitcher. 137 E. 2nd St., Kaukauna Liu 41M N. Woudburn, Mlwaubtl F. J Hurak. Poiuiiaattr. Oconto 11 U. Hotchkiiui, 216 Plover Steven* Point William 11 Hur.l. 3rd St.. Aigoma R S. King, 1541) Univertity Ave., Madftoa Rev. KrcUit-r. U. 1. Add R A McDeriuou.l82uE. Eluidjic.MiIwtuka* II. T. McNamara. 3279 N. Maryland Milwaukee L. Me«uw. 4617 N. 38th SL, G. H. Schiinotel. 514 Glenoood, WaukedB Carroll Schwartz. EUuit Troy W J Tiylor. 3226 W. Wincoutin Ave., Milwaukee A. H. Wilkii*on. 8U3 E. State. Milwaukee K J Wolljt-irr. 1703 E. Cumberland Blv*-, Muwuukce WYOMING Flo E. Rouen. al'J E. 3rd St., Catoa 500 WINNERS OF MERCHANDISE PRIZES HAVE BEEN NOTIFIED. COMPLETE HSf SOO -WINQl J l ;; ||1 ^ tt PO$T1D AT All STANDARD DIA168S' STATION,* .< . ,. . . ,.,

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