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The Algona tipper Peg Moines, Algona, Iowa, Pee. 1, LUCILLE HAMLMAN OF FENTON BRIDE OF CYLINDER YOUNG MAN United Nov. 25th At the ' Lutheran Church In Fenton Fenton: A pretty wedding took place In St. John's Lutheran church In Fenton Wednesday evening, November 25th when Lucille Hantelman, daughter of Mrs. Kathryn Hantelman, became the bride of Olaf Norland, son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Norland of Cylinder. The Rev. R. W. Kabelitz performed the single ring ceremony at 7 o'clock In the presence of many relatives and friends. The members of the bridal party marched to their places before the altar to the strains of Lohengrin's wedding march. Attendants were Misses Ruth and Ruby Hantelman twin sisters of the bride, Kldon Hantelman, brother of the bride, and Lule Frlnk of Emmetsburg. The bride was charming In a white crepe and velvet gown and carried a bouquet of yellow chrysanthemums. Ruth Hantelman was dressed in a jade green velvet dress and carried white chrysanthemums and yellow pom poms. Ruby Hantelman wore a midnight blue velvet dress and carried white chry- santhmums and yellow pom poms. Mrs. Norland fs a graduate of the Emmetsburg high school and attended Iowa State Teachers' col- F/?FFf\.o sufferers of STOMACH ULCERS <; HYPERACIDITY Willards Mo-ssaqc of Relief, PRICELESS INFORMATION for thow suffering from STOMACH OR DUC.TQ.HmiU lege at Cedar Falls. For the past several years she has taught in the rural schools in Palo Alto county Mr. Norland was graduated from the Fenton high school and since that time has helped on his father's farm. He has also been engaged in carpentry. Following the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride's mother. Next spring the couple will make their home on a farm In this vicinity. Caroline Wrede Weds Miss Anna Caroline VTrede. the daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Wrede of Garner, and Arnold Koestler of Burt were married Nov. 18 at Garner. The couple was attended by Mrs. Enos Wrede (formerly Elvira Krause of Fenton) daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Krause of of Fenton and Elmer Ewoldt of Algonn. Enos Wrede is a brother of the bride. The couple will live on the groom's mother's farm west of Burt. BAD BREATHTSLEKPLESSNKSS OR HCADACHES. DUE TO EXCESS ACID. Explain the munknu Wtllard Tnat- mmt which I* brlnsUii amuiaf relief. Sold on li day* trial. A. H. BOBCHAKDT 44-49' Mrs. G. B. Johnsdn and Mrs. Charlss Newel attended the funeral of Mr. Kenrns in Burt Friday. August Krause, student at Iowa State college in Ames, came home Friday evening for a few days' visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Krause. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Huskamp motored to Des Moines last week Wednesday to spend Thanksgiving with their daughter, Mrs. Wesley Witer and family. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Berkland and sons, Bennle and Oscar, attended graduation exercises at the school of commerce in Mason City last week Monday evening for Raymond, a son of the Berklands. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dehnert and family of LuVerne and Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Johnson and Mr. anS Mrs. Herman Bohn were entertained at turkey dinner at the F. H. Bohn home Thanksgiving Day. Mrs. Prince Rominger of Des Moines, the former Louise Hengel. is visiting her mother. Mrs. Jacob Hengel and other relatives this week. Louise is one of the six cosmetologists in Iowa to date to successfully pass the cosmetology teachers' examination. A party honoring the birthday anniversary of Mrs. George Mienke and the fourth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kohlstedt was held a week ago Thursday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Mlenke. Games were played and refreshments were served later in the evening. Those from Fenton attending were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mortensen, Mr. and Mrs. Will Haase, Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Mansager, Mr. and Mrs. Derwooo Gern, Blanche Mayer, Leonard Kohlstedt an 3 Frank Dreyer, also Mr. and Mrs John Swartz of Fort Dodge. At Sexton Dinner On Thanksgiving Sexton: Mr. nnd Mrs. A. L. Greenfield and Edith were dinner guests Thanksgiving day at the Robert Hardcopf home, LuVerne. Other guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Delderfield, Los Angeles, the honor guests, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Curran and baby daughter, Rutland; and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Curran and children and Mrs. Florence Burtls, LuVerne. Mr. and Mrs. Delderfleld have been spending a month here with relatives. They will leave for home Dec. 7. Mrs. Delderfield is the former Nellie Curran. Mrs. Ed Fitch and children spent Thanksgiving with relative at Burt. Mrs. Charles Stratton, Britt, I spending the week end with he mother, Mrs. Sarah Wise. The W, C. Taylor family spen Thanksgiving and the week end with relatives near Des Moines. Mrs. Sarah Wise and family were dinner guests Thanksgiving Day of her daughter, Mrs. Arch Berger, Burt. The Lloyd Steven family. Mapleton, Minn., were dinner guests ai the Harvey Steven home and supper guests of Mrs. L. Steven's mother, Thanksgiving Day. Two Old Timers at Burt Observed Birthdays Last Week Ed Marlow Burt Monitor: Burt boasts of having among its population a number of octogenarians who carry their years well. Among them Is Ed Marlow, who on Monday, Nov. 16, passed his 88th milestone in life's journey, and on Sunday his four sons and their families gathered at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Herman Neitzel, with whom he lives, to pay homage to this fine old father. Present were the Lem, Hugh and Dell Marlows and their families of Lone Rock, Miss Lola Marlow and Mrs. Merwyn Marlow and son also of Lone Rock, Mr. nnd Mrs. Bert Marlow and son, Milton, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Marlow and Mr. and Mrs. Durward Neitzel and baby and Stella Isenberger. Each brought well-filled baskets which was enjoyed in cafeteria style at the noon hour. Mr. M.irlow has made his home In Kossuth county for 70 years, coming here In 1866 from Freeport, III. He has two sons In Dakota and one In Minnesota and a daughter lives al Spirit Lake. He has lived In Burt for 31 years. Geo. Carroll On Wednesday, Nov. 11, George Carroll attained that number of years marking four score and 2 which was the chapter of 82 years The day was observed quietly at his home with his only daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Vogel, as guests for dinner In the evening. Mr. Carroll was born In the state of New York. When a young man, he went to Illinois where he was married, living there four years. He and his bride then located on a farm east of Algona, where they lived for some time Upon retiring from farm life they moved to Burt, where Mr. Carroll has lived for 20 years. He has been a resident of Kossuth county for 51 years. Lone Rock Pupils Qualify For Places on Honor Roll HIDES and FUR The Trapping Season is now open. Get your share of the Fur Bearings Animals. We are paying Attractive Prices for HIDES, Cattle and Horse Hides. >t:..- Muskrato, Mink, Raccoon, Red and Silver Foxes, Skunk and Badger Please Bring Your Hide* anfl Fur to the East Room of our tie* Bolldlnf, Joe Greenberg Burt News -i yVW\r^^ The Harvey Nlchterns. Graettinger, the Robert Carneys, Algona, and the Ralph Carneys gathered at the parental W. R. Carney home for a turkey dinner Thanksgiving Day. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Schroeder entertained the R. A. Bartletts. of Whittemore, at Thanksgiving dinner at the new West Bend hotel, after which they attended a show at Spencer. A large crowd attended the union Thanksgiving service at the Methodist church Thursday morning. The Rev. Joseph Doms, Presbyterian pastor, delivered an excellent Thanksgiving sermon. One of the birthday divisions of the Methodist Aid society is sponsoring a movie, "Mary of Scotland" in which Katherine Hepburn and Frederick March are featured, to be given at the Beltone Theatre Wednesday and Thursday, Dec. 9 and 10. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Johnson were Humboldt visitors last Friday. Mrs. William Bierstedt and sons, Ralph and Fred, and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bartlett, and Gladys Bierstedt were dinner guests at the Charles Ostwald home at Whittemore Thanksgiving day. Closing-Out Sale As I am quitting the farm and leavng the state I will sell at public auction six miles south of Algona and two miles \venr of highway I»i9, eight miles north and one and one-half miles east of Bode, on the old Kulow farm, the following property, on Thursday, Dec. 3 SALE STARTS AT 11:30 SHARP Luiu-h Served l»y Inington Ladles' Aid Head of Horses One brown coif, coming 3, wagon brok^; brown mare, smooth mouth; bay mare, smooth mouth; roan mare, smooth mouth; bay gelding, 11 years old; bay gelding \'l years old. 45 Head of Cattle UKADK SIIOKTliOIiX AM) AMU S 45 Consisting of 1^ milch cows, most of tli i.i coinin spring; (> cows with calves running; 11 head of heifers; young calves. fresh this winter and 3 yearling Bteera; 12 37 Head of Feeder Pigs, averaging 75 Ibs. 12 1II:A1I OF KWiiS, of which a art- old «•«»•*. t DO/. WHITF. ROCK IM'LLKTS Farm Machinery, Etc. Farmall tractor. iO-l't. .Mc<'ormick-J)eeri]ii; tractor hinder ;s J). spring tooth harr.nv. jiractir-altv new: ," vat or; .single-row cultivator: '•' tri]>li- \vagn hay rucks; I'li-n. urain ei> \ator; - \m\> .-led ft. hunch ruK< ; JJii-hfi..-l<i manure .-,|.r<-.\d" breeching harn>-.-.-, a.-..-urtuient of collar.? get of grain liflrrs i'or lo-ft. hinder; -<-r >( < cooling tank: chh-Ui.-u waieivrs and cooji.s; uietit of cream cans; beed corji grader; 'aj machiue, good; .'-wheel dual imrjio.se trail. tracto cultivator, front and rear attachment; d as n.-w: 1 l-n. .Mel), disc; S-t't. Mc'/-:-..'•. harrow: i:-ro\v McU. horse culti- 111 ho:\e.s; '.', wagon mulling gears; is; John 1>" .-re corn planter. No. !.'; 10•i : '.(-" L l-land ehd^atc seeder; '.', .-.i-U nid i-aiU' - hog oilers: 'J. immi) jacks; ii.-c.^ inr tra<i ir cultivator: creamery Iowa cream .separator and assort- 'acity hruodi.-r .-,tme; .Maytag washing r: a.- ; .-,ori ment of farm tool.;. 5TH.8TH GRADE HEAD LIST FOR THE TIME BEING FURNITURE AND OTHER ARTICLES Overstuffed parlor suite, new; 'jxl^ m- and pad. new; dining room table: buffet; radio; occasional chairs; day bed; a bedsteads; kitchen cabinet; and other articles too numerous to mention. TEHA1S: Cash, or see your banker. Frank W. Kulow Thanksgiving Resulted in Many Dinners, Visits, Thursday Lone Rock: 48 Lone Rock students In the local school are on the icnor roll as follows: First grade—Helen Schmidt and Kenneth Flaig. Second grade—Catherine Flalg. Joyce Marlow, Fredrick Rath and Ersel Bierle. Third grade—Shirley Bates, June Adele Hanna, Kenneth Household- Ruth Mae Kraft, Doris Marlow and Alethea McCuIIough. Fourth Grade—Helen Jensen and Caroline Rath. Fifth grade—Luella Ackerman, Jean Bates, Robert Marlow, La- erne Schrader, Phyllis Seegebarth and Betty Ann Sharp. Sixth grade—Virginia Lou Frye, nd Catherine Mae Householder. Seventh grade—Dorothy Hobson. Charlene Rath, Maxlne Flaig, and loger Jensen. Eighth grade—Wilma Marlow, ..eonard Rogers, Oorolhy Jensen. ..ucllle Genrich. Doris Mae Blanhard and Roy Bierle. Ninth grade—Raymond Laabs, lames Rath and Betty Nelson. Tenth grade—Eugene Angus, Arnold Reilly, Betty Marlow, Mavis fyman. Eleven grade—Chester Simpson, Marion Jensen, Marjorie Jensen, and Marjorie Pettit. Twelfth grade—Bernard Reilly, Grace Newbrough, Oeleina Roger* and Shirley Mae Marlow. Eugene Blanchard left Sunday or Mason City to enter business ollege Monday. Katherine Stebritz spent Wednes- ay afternoon at Bancroft visiting vith her mother. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Blanchard of rvingtoti were quests at the Alex Krueger home, Friday. Karl Goodbla, who is employed at ic blacksmith shop, spent Thursay at the Jnmea Nyman home. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cushman re trJe parents of a seven pound ahy girl born Thanksgiving day. Supt. and Mrs. V. V. Frye and amily spent Thanksgiving day at he Ben Johnson home in Emmets- urg. Thomas O'Donnell, Bert Quinn. ienry Schrader and Alex Krueger pent Thursday on business in Spencer. Mrs. Glenn Culbertson and son, Danny, and Katherine Stebritz were business callers in Mason City ~uesday. Mr. anu Mrs. Fred Genrich and »trs. Ray Snyder and Mrs. Alex Kreuger spent Tuesday at Fairmont, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Jensen and 'amily were guests at the A. H. rienningson home, Graettinger on Thanksgiving day. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Alme and daughter, Shirley Diane, were Thanksgiving day guests at the J. M. Blanchard home. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Blanchard and family of Irvington were guests at the A. D. Newbrough home, on Thursday and Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Merwyn Marlow and son, Merrill Faye. were dinner guests at the Hugh Marlow home. Thanksgiving day. Oscar Warner of Fenton anc Leonard Warner of Ledyard were guests at the home of Mra. Kate Hawks, Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Krueger. Geo Nyman, Mra. Fred Genrich anc Mrs. Hay Snyder, were business visitors in Fort Dodge Monday. Gordon Blanchard. student ai Cedar Falls, spent from Wednes day until Sunday visiting ut the home of his parents, the J. M COL WELL BKOS., Aucts. 10IVA STATE BA.ML, ALtiOXA, Clerk. Prinripal and Mrs. Charles Hi! and two children. Ardith anc Leighton. spent the Thanksgivin holidays at the E. W. Guild home Mason City. Merwyn Marlow anfl Alton Pet lit. who have spent the past wee hunting in northern Minnesota and ),arts of Canada, returned home Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bierstedt and son, Donald, and Miss Gladys Bierstedt. were Sunday evening dinner guests at the Arthur Bierstedt home, Burt. Mr. and Mra. Raymond Bierstedt and son, Donald, were Thanksgiving Day guests at the C. E. Sigs- t>ee home, Burt. Donald remained there for a few days' visit. The 4-H club girls met at the home of Marjorie Jensen. Saturday. They completed their placs for a carnival to be given at Lone Rock on the eve of 'Dec. 12th, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Schmidt and fajnjAy were guests at the Robert Schmidt home Thanksgiving day Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schmidt and son were guests there, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Household' er and sons, Kenneth and Jlmmie, and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hurlburt and family were Thursday dinner guests at the Ornle Behrends home, Seneca. Miss Florence Householder, who teaches at Lakota, spent Thanksgiving holidays at the home of her sister and family, the Harlan Blanchards. She returned to her duties, Sunday. Mrs. S. M. Gladstone and daughters, Margaret and Beulah, and son Robert, and Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Krueger spent from Wednesday until Friday at the Coin Gappa home, Salem, South Dakota. Afrs. H. J. Rice drove to Dows, Wednesday, to get Mrs. Dora Welch and daughter, Maxine, to spend Thanksgiving day at the Rice home. She took them back to their home, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Krueger, and Bert Quinn spent Wednesday at Whittemore. Mr. Krueger and Mr. Quinn attended a sale there, and Mrs. Krueger spent the afternoon visiting at the Lawrence Laidley home. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Howe of Rockwell City, and Mrs. Evelyn Earing spent Thanksgiving day at the George Pettit home. Mrs. Cecil Seegebarth who has spent the past week visiting at the Howe home, returned with them. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ackerman and family. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flaig and fanrtuy, Miss Muriel Long, all of Lone Rock, nnd Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ackerman of Burt, were Thanksgiving day dinner guests at the home of Mra. Caroline Ackerman. The Lone Roc!\ boys basketball teams played a practice game with the Swea City teams, in the local gymnasium Friday night. Swea City was victorious In both games. Score for the first team games was 31 to 11 and for the second team game 24 to 18. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Blanchard attended the funeral of E. J. Murtagh at Algonn, Saturday afternoon. It will be remembered that Mr. Murtagh formerly was in partnership with N. L. Cotton in the bank here some years ago. The teachers in the local school pent the Thanksgiving holidays at their respective homes: Miss Lilian Coombcs, at Clear Lake; Miss Mabel Howe at Bancroft; Miss Blanche Hendrickson, at Ottosen; Miss Eva Freer at Sheldon, and Miss Margaret Schloeman at Es- thervillc. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Macumber drove to Fort Dodge Wednesday afternoon to get their daughter, Dorothy, who is employed there, to spend thn Thanksgiving holidays at her home. She returned Sunday. Miss Leor.a Bierstedt, R. N., Algona was a guest at the Macumber home Thursday. Theodore Krueger and daughter, 21ma and Gus Kraft and Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Hanna and family were Thursday dinner guests at he Arthur Mueller home, Fenton. Kr». Mark Simmons of Fairmont, Minn., who had spent the week vis- ting at the Delbert Hanna home, returned to her home Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Rath and family of LuVerne, Mr. and Mra Will Ratb and family of Good Hope, Mr. and Mrs. Christ Shaaer Mr. and Mra. Albert Shaser and daughter, Betty Marie, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rath and family all ol Lone Rock were Thanksgiving day Kuests at the home of Mrs. Martha Rath. Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Cotton. Mr and Mrs. W. J. Cotton and Geralc Angus drove to Ames Wednesday afternoon and spent the night a 1 the Harley Shellito home. Thurs day morning, accompanied by the Shellitos, the party drove on to Chicago, where they spent the hoi idays at the Angus Cotton home They returned home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Schultz spent Thanksgiving day at the Joe Stenberg home, Klrnore. Minn. On that afternoon Mr. Schultz drove to Bncelyn, Minn., to gel Charle; Roller. Charles returned with th Schultzes. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs Ciirl Zoller and family of Bncelyn were guests at the Frednrlc Schultz home, and Charles return ed home with them. Cornstalk Disease Endangering Horses Des Moines, Nov. 25, special r The heavy fall rains in many areas this season threaten new outbreaks of the so-called "cornstalk disease" and the loss of thousands of valuable horses, according to a report Issued here today by the American Foundation for Animal Health. During the rainy season of 1934, over 6,000 horses valued at a half million dollars died of "cornstalk disease" in Illinois alone, with comparable losses in other states, the report warns. The precipitation this fall has caused concern over a possible recurrence of the disease. "The specific cause of the disease is still a mystery," reports the Foundation. "It has been found, however, that if horses are not placed in stalk fields, or fed damaged corn, the disease .seldom develops. Where it is necessary to feed damaged corn, it should be carefully selected. If horses become sluggish, show symptonms of excitement or blind staggers, a veterinarian should be called at once. 30 Attend Doan P. T. A. Gathering Doan: A P. T. A. meeting was held in Doan school, Monday, Nov. 23, about thirty attending. The usual business meeting was held and Rev. W. J. Patterson, Tltonka- Doan pastor, gave an interesting talk orf Thanksgiving. The meeting was closed with a nice lunch. Attendance Disappoints Not a very large crowd attended the basket social held at the Martinek school In District No. 4, Wesley township, last week Tuesday night Miss Arlene Brethorst is the teacher, and she Is to be congratulated on the fine progrom her pupils gave. Fourteen dollars were taken in and Mrs. A. J. Martinek. won the blanket. Mrs. Tony Pearson was taken to the Kossuth hospital last week Tuesday. The Jess Hill family of Algona were Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wolf. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Angle spent Thanksgiving with the letter's sister, Mrs. Mayfield, at Mason City. W. J. Martinek of Britt and the Wm. J. Martlneks spent Thanksgiving at the A. J. Martinek home. Rose Ann Venteicher has been visiting the Lambert Venteichers since last week Monday at Mason City. An old time dance was held in Sexton last week Tuesday evening and this locality was well represented. The Dale Struthers had as their Thanksgiving guests, the Geo. Struthers family of West Bend. Lee H.W.POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long distance hauling. Every load Insured against loss or damage. Equipped to do all kinds of draylng and hauling. 32-cf and Ross Strutters Accompanied their grandparenta home for a vis- It until Sunday. The Weekly Wednesday five hundred club met with Mr. and MM. Fred Qlrrea. Pour tables wete played. The Leander Seefelds auw- stituted for Uale Struthers who were unable to attend. FARM LOANS 6 to 21 Years No Commission to Pay Liberal Options Edw. Capesius Algona, Iowa Office New Helse Bldg. Phone 390 39-tf TOWN LOANS low monthly reduction cost plan. Long term loans. N*v- er have to be renewed. .Interest taxes and principal included I »n each small monthly payment Your best loan for obtaining a home. Invest in Our Saving* Shares Savings accounts In any amount can be started at any time. Never paid less than 4%. SAFETY. OF YCJtIR INVESTMENT INSURED WP TO $5,000 Algona Federal Savings fc Loan Association 206 East State St. C. R. LaBarre, Sec'y 44 BOW -tf The Want Ada—It Paw Lusby's Feature fh« Gr*at«$t BUJ.OVA Values Ever Offered I A imart, d*p*ndoblt, !7-J»w»l BUIOVA con now b« yoiffi—for only $29.751 N«v»r b«for* hov« w* b«n able to olfor a group of *wch fln« ItmcplMM by IUIOVA In lh« v*ry ncwnl of ttylM, at 10 low a prico I THE AMERICAN CLIPPER — Str*a«fln*d, tturdyl 17 l««*h, y.llow rolled oold plot* . $89.75 IA-B) THE GODDESS OF TIME — 17 J»w»li( yellow folUd gold plot* 189.75 (O THE AMERICAN CLIPPER — 17 J*w*k. yellow rolled gold plow. Block dial . . . . . 153.75 7 Jewek, yellow rolled gold plan, lock dial . . . . . 153.75 (E-O MARTHA WASHINGTON — 17 Jewelt, 10 If. natural gold Riled Ml with 2 dknoadt . . . 142.50 LUSBY'S Drugs — Jewelry MONTE BLUE at JOHN DEERE High School Auditorium At 1O o'clock a. m. , SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5,1936 Admluloo it br tick** only; If yea hareo'l received ticket!, or n»ed nor* of them tot yourself and bo»>i Iw »ur« lo atk lot them bttotuay d*rofth«*bow< Ticket* «• EREEi Mr. and Mrs. Robert Murray ail children of Spencer, Miss Jun Bierle, who ti-uchys at Rock Rap ids, and Miss Lbrctta Olaen, friend of Miss Bierle from Roc Rapids, and Mrs. William Murray and -son. William were Thanksgiv- iiiK day dinner guests at the Chus. Bierle home. Misses Deodotla and j Belly June Murray of Spencer remained lu hpend a few days at the Uierle home. Mrs. Arthur Priebe and son. Den- in.i Cuil and Leon and Merlon Larson left Wednesday to spend the Thanksgiving holidays at the Martin Larson home, Decorah. On Monday, they attended the wedding of Raymond Priebe and Madeline Larson. Miss Lurson is a «i»ter of Mrs. Arthur Prlebe and Raymond is a brother of Mr. Frit-be. Raymond operates a grocery store at Fenton, where the young couple will make their home. ADMISSION BY TICKET ONLY EVEET INVITED • Bring Enjoy this day of entertainment and education with us ; ; ; a fitting celebra* tion to commemorate the building of the first tteel plow by John Deere 000 hundred years ago. Learn of new machines, new methods, aewjeconomies, new ways to cut your cod*. KOSSUTH COUNTY IMPLEMENT CO,, ALGONA

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