The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 18, 1930 · Page 9
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®& i ®®® l £&&^^ »? V •east of town. Mr. and Mrs HO Suell spent thi WeeK ettfl at LSke tfebbojl. • Miss %reella Nelson is assisting al the Or. W T. Peters home. J The Fortttightiy club enjoyed a pic- •ttle hear the river on Wednesday even- Wffl. Elvidge visited With a-brother Heaf independence several days last 'W8(§k< Mr, and Mrs. F. O. Stow Were dinner guests at the Jay Graham home Sunday. ^ A large crowd from Burt attended the dlstf let Sunday School picnic at Algona Tuesday, The fr and 1 Circle met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Howard Salisbury, Sunday was Cradle Roll Day at the Presbyterian church and five children Were baptized, A. 0. Wickwire and family of Des •Molfles speht the week end at the J. H. Graham home. Mrs. Gertude Peters of Northfleld vis r ited at the H. O. Buell home on Thursday of last week, Mrs. A. N. Jensen and three children are visiting with relatives at Slater, Minnesota, this week. Mrs. Fielding Perry and sen of Algona are visiting Mrs. Perry's mother, Mrs. Bahllng, this week. Mrs. Jess Thorsen, Mrs. John Gerhardt and Miss Beulah Larsen drove to Mason City Thursday. Bruce Clifton drove to West Bend on f he tipper Des Moifles-Jteptiblicaftt Jiffie 18,1930 Lawyers' Convention at E'btifg July - . of Humbold rt.«f*i«. 1 f , the fM »«*«ith judicial district central committee, has an nounced a convention to be held a Emmetsburg July 10, when candidates will be nominated for two Judges whose terms expire this year. Judge James Deland of Storm Lake and Judge Fred O. Lovrten of Humboldt, whose terms expire, are both candidates for reelection. Algona attorneys believe that both the candidates will have no opposition to their re-election. There are eighty- five delegates who are entitled to attend the convention from the eight counties which comprise the fourteenth judicial district, The counties are- Kossutlt, Clay, Emmet, . Dickinson, Palo Alto, Pocahontas, Beuna Vista, and Humboldt. Mrs. Graham have been ill with the pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. George Campbell and wo sons of Hollywood, California, are isitlng this week at the L. D. Hodgson lome. Mr. Campbell is a nephew of Vlrs. Hodgson. Miss Hannabelie Giddlngs, who Is taking a nurses' training course at Iowa City, Is expected home next week to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Glddings. Lester Stow was graduated from Coe College June 9th, and Is expected home some time this week to spend his vacation here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Stow, Fenton News Items Verne Nellis of Waterloo was a visitor in Penton this week. Mr. and Mrs. Wllbert Holdorf and family were Ceylon visitors Sunday. Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod visited at the home of Mrs. Kriethe In Burt Saturday evening. Elizabeth Gramenz and Doris Walton returned home- from LuVerne on Sunday. Miss Alice Kluss went to Mason City Sunday where she has employment for the summer. H. Langerman Is again able to be ibout the yard after being confined to his bed all winter. Lillian Higley of Cylinder spent several days last week at the home of her aunt, Mrs. F. C. Bailey. Mrs. jf ake Nelson of Ringsted was a Sunday visitor at the home of her irother, John Kramer. Howard Fauerby of Eldora has been isltlng the past week at the home of uncle, Elner Fauerby. Monday to take over some advertising posters which he had printed. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Burkley and children of Webster city spent the week end at the J. H. Graham home. John Gerhardt, Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle and Floyd Gibbons left Monday for northern Minnesota on a fishing trip. - David Murray, who has been working , at Aldln, Minnesota, came last Week to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Murray. Prank Nellis and two children, Roscoe and Genevieve of Eastman, Minnesota, spent Sunday at the John Murray home. Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle and Dr. W. T. Peters attended a medical convention at Twin Lake, Minnesota, one day the past week. Ray Dremmel and his mother went to Carlos, Minnesota, to get Mrs. Dremmel and little son, .who have been visiting there. Mrs. Wilfred Chaffee went to Rochester Sunday to visit her sister, Mrs, Wm. Larsen, who is a patient at the Mayo hospital; Mrs. James Armstrong and daughter, Mildred, left Sunday for their home In Oes Molnes after spending several weeks here with Mrs. Armstrong's mother, Mrs, Josephine Sharp. The Perry B. Torine family, who have been living In rooms at the home of Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Smith and child' ren returned home Sunday. They were accompanied by James Goodwin, Jr. of Des Molnes. Rev/and Mrs. J. E. Clifton and several young people attended the funeral wf Donald Hulse at Algona last Thurs- tJay,afternoon at Algona. Mrs. J, G, Clapsaddle and daughter, .Rachel, are visiting with Mrs. Clap- .•fiaflfUf'n parental Mr.j.ftnd, Mrs.«w ; F. • Alain at'Cedar Rapids this week.* • Mrs. Matilda Ward spent several days at the .home of her daughter, Mrs. G. ' O. Gddings. She went to the Lawrence Doege home near Titonka for a visit, Mr. and Mrs, Prank Lattimer and daughter of St. Paul visited with Mrs. Rachel Lowe and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Sheldon on Tuesday of last week. Mrs, C. C. Smith was at Eldora last week where she attended the funeral of Mr, Moore. Mrs. Moore accompanied her home for a few days' visit here. . Mr. and Mrs. Ray Isenberger of Lisbon, Iowa, are visiting with Ray's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Isenberger and also with Mrs. Isenberger's parents at Algona. Miss Lucille Sewick assisted at the H. D. Graham home hi Algona last week. The two children of Mr. and Mrs. Pommerenlng, moved last week to near Swea City, where Mr. Torine has a Job with a paving crew. Mrs. W. A. Barnes and two daughters of Aberdeen, South Dakota, arrived the first of the week to visit at the home of Rev. and Mrs. S. H. Aten. Mrs. Barnes is a sister of Mrs. Aten. Mrs. P. P. Kriethe and daughter went to Rochester, Minnesota, Friday to see Mr. Kriethe, who recently had an operation at the Mayo hospital. He Is getting along nicely at this time. Ed. Blshoff and J. O. Vogler of Davenport spent Saturday night at the W. A. MacArthur home. They had been In Minnesota on business. Mr. Blsh- off is a brother-in-law of the MacArthurs. The Woman's Home Missionary society will meet Saturday afternoon at the home of Mrs. G. L. Carroll. There will be no meetings held in July and August. Election of officers will be held Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Filer of Council Bluffs were week end guests at the H P. and Philip Weisbrod homes. F. E. Weisbrod, Ford sales and service dealer, from Emmetsburg, was a business caller in Fenton Tuesday. O. F. C. Laage and daughter, Edith, left Monday for a week's visit with relatives and friends in Minnesota. Mr, and Mrs. Victor Lowe and children of Algona were dinner guests at the Leonard Sheldon home Sunday. In the afternoon Mrs. Lowe and Mrs. Sheldon accompanied them to Algona and attended the ball game. Prof, Grant McDonald, who is at the head of the department of music at Beuna Vista College, will give a piano recital Monday evening, June 23, at the, Presbyterian church here. A small admission of 15c and 25c will be charged. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Glddings, Jr., and two children'of Chicago" came last week to visit Guy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Giddlngs. They are spending this week with Mrs. Glddings' parents in Minnesota, and will return to Burt to visit again next week before leaving for their home. • . A junior sewing circle has been orr janlzed .and their first meeting was leld Friday afternoon at the home of Dorothy McDonald. Each one took something for refreshments and a fine ;ime was enjoyed by all. Fifteen girls between the ages of eight and ten years were present. Mrs. M. J. Ryerson arrived home on Saturday from Chicago where she and Mr, Ryerson have been since last fall at the home of their son, Paul. Mr. Ryerson accompanied their son, Paul, and family-to Arizona, where they are going to make their home. llrs. F. J. Weisbrod and Miss Lallas Boevers were visitors In Burt Sunday evening at the Arthur Bettln home. Paul Eigler is driving a new Ford coach. He traded, in his Chevrolet coupe, the deal being made hi Fairmont. Mrs. Rhlnehold Krause and her sons moved into the house recently vacated by the John Espe family, the first of the week. Mrs. O. H. Geronsln and son, Russell, drove to Forest City Thursday to see an uncle of Mrs. Geronslh's who is seriously ill. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Weisbrod and children, Hazel and Maurice, were visitors at the E. H. Dehnert home ih'Lu- \ erne Friday. Mr. and .Mrs. Ernest Osvick. drove to Mankato Thursday after a new Pontlac sedan purchased of the Goetsch Motor Company. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Elmers and family of Haifa and Art and Ferdinand Meyers were Sunday • dinner guests at the'August Meyers home. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Stoeber and daughter, Gladys spent Thursday afternoon at the home of their son, Oliver H. Stoeber, In Armstrong. Mrs. J. A. Schwartz and daughter, Betty Jean, spent the day at the home of Mrs. Schwartz's sister, Mrs. H. N. Wilberg in Ringsted on Monday. Alice and Ruth Peterson of Ringsted spent several days last week at the home of their uncle, O. H. Geronsln, while their parents visited in Clinton. Mr. and' Mrs. Frank McFall and family and Mr. and Mrs. John Menz The M. E. Ladies' Aid society wil meet in the church parlor Friday, Jum 20. Hostesses will be the Mesdames H P. Weisbrod, William Osborn, Georgi Goetsch and G. W. Newel. An invitation is extended to all. Mrs. H. C. Lindsay and children Kathleen and Eddie, went to Carrol Friday for a visit with her daughters Bernlce and Mrs. Harold steadman While there Kathleen will have a tonsil and adenoid operation. Mrs. Jesse OTCeefe and daughter, Etta, of Ledyard came last week on Thursday for a visit at the home ol Mrs. OTKeefe's mother, Mrs. H. Warner, Sr, Mr. O'Keefe Joined her here and they returned home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. M. Weisbrod and granddaughter, Verona, went to Cedar Rapids Friday for a visit with relatives and to make arrangements for Verona to attend Coe College this fall. They returned home on Monday. Mr, and Mrs. Nels Krogh and granddaughter and Mrs. Steffen Berkness of Lakefleld, Minnesota, visited at the John Kramer home over the week end. Mrs. Berkness Is a sister of Mrs. Kramer and Mr. and Mrs. Krogh are her parents. Mrs. R.'Reed of Mason City visited at the Raymond Stoeber home last week Friday. Mrs. Stoeber accompanied her to Mason City on Saturday, On Sunday Raymond drove over after her and they returned home on Monday. Mary Jane Eigler entertained her mother, Mrs. F. H. Eigler, Mrs. R. C Goetsch, Miss Agnes Goetsch and Miss Julia Ames at a welner roast at the Des Molnes river north of town Monday evening in honor of her friend, Ever lyn Denny, of Brltt. Mrs. Robert Woelffer and Mrs. Grosnick of Watertown, Wisconsin, arrived here for a visit at the home of Herman Krause, Herman Leudtke, W. P. Weisbrod and other relatives. Mrs. Grosnick is a sister of Ben Klatt of this place and Mrs. F. Mittag of Lotts Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Moses arrived here from Pasadena, California, last week Wednesday for a visit at the home of John Dempsey and other relatives. They left for Dubuque Friday and will go on to Canada and other points before returning to California. , Florence Laabs and Clara Mlenke left Tuesday morning from Emmetsburg to attend the 4-H club state convention at Ames. They were delegates for the Independence Forwards of Palo Alto county. Mabel Laabs was chosen a delegate but was taken ill and was unable to go. A Whale of a Sale! From now to the The goods I bought In Chicago last week have arrived and oh, boy, what Bnrgalns! glorious 4th of July every day will be glorious bargain-giving days at Neville's I have been going to Chicago spring and fall for the last thirty years but this trip beat them all for out and out bargains. Wo have unpacked a car load of shoes, underwear, hosiery, sweaters, dress shirts, and all kinds of furnishings. The store Is so full we can scarcely get around. The following prices will soon make room: slippers, Baby shoes and very fancy at .. 400 pairs Of Patent leather T-strap slippers, sizes 8% to 2 for girls, at . 280 pairs of bedroom slippers, all kinds, Worth up to $2.00, your choice 450 pairs of boys' and girls' low shoes, the biggest deal I ever offered at Boys' overalls, all sizes at Silk and wool sweaters, a standard make, for men, women and children 26c $1.26 59c 1.76 60o 1.39 They are easily worth three times that price. Boys' blouses, all sizes at ... 26o Boys' shirts, all sizes at Men's work shoes $1.98, $2.60, and $2.98. Children's union suits at 35c Children's rompers, "Good ones" at Ladles' lOc and 15c handkerchiefs at .... 69o 6c Ladles' mercerized hose, tan and Sizes 9& to 10^, great values at Children's hose, to 9, all colors ., sizes C',4 Children's half sox, 15e a pair, In case of twins you get, 2 pair for beige, colors. 19c 19o 25c 660 Pure silk hose reinforced with delesco, wonderful for hard wear, at C&4 A A $2.98 6c Another 60-dozen case of those pure silk, full fashioned hose at three pairs for A special lot of men's oxfords to close out at Men's cotton gloves, extra special at Many Other Bargains^In Fact the Store is Full of Them! Handing out bargains has become a second nature of mine. I know where to get them and how to hand them out. I am happy when the cash register Is ringing. Some merchants say it can not be done but I go on and do it. JIMMIE NEVILLE THE SHOE MAN ALGONA w IOWA $Q8X8X&^^ Mrs. R. C. Goetsch and son, Bobble, took Julia Ames and Evelyn Denny to Algona Friday, where they were met by Evelyn's" parents, Dr. and Mrs. B. F. Denny. Miss Ames and Evelyn accompanied the Dennys to their home in Britt after concluding a two weeks visit at the Goetsch home. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Weisbrod, Mr and Mrs. F.J.-Weisbrod and children Hazel and'Maurice, Misses Luella anc and family were entertained at. the Ira I Verna Kohlsted, Mr. and Mi's. Mel- Tlnr»f»oH- Vintvus *iaa« Dlnnofn^ ' x«« . 0<.«* vln 'M'oticflOfOf OT»H enn f^orm *Rtiv ttne "AND TO THINK IT IS ALL OUR "OWN" What la dearer to a woman's heart than her home? k ! ' ' ^""""•-«•"••"»"•« - ^—^fl^^—— How easily she ran now make her dream come true! L. F, 0, Easy Payment Plan is the answer. It comes to the rescue of ALL women—those who live in rented homes, -as well as those who live in their own. If it's an old home, it probably needs to be modernized and brought up-to-date. Small monthly payments will make it as good as new, and the money will not be missed. If it's a rented house, the monthly checks might just as well be paying for ah ome on the Easy Payment Plan—they work wonder when properly put to work! If you can afford to rent, you can own your own home, .Remember the loan is paid in full, so far as the faintly is concerned, if the borrower dies. Also that the payments are kept up for 12 months, in the event of sickness or injury, This absolute protection is a feature you cannot afford to overlook. What investment can you make that is more safe or sound? A building material for every purpose, and a service that shows you how to use it to best advantage. We work with local contractors. Botsford Lumber Company BETTER BUH4MNGS Bonnett home near Ringsted on > Sunday, • ' Miss Iva Weisbrod arrived at the H. P.. Weisbrod home from Council Bluffs on'tTuesday,'" : She' has-been 'attending junior college at that place the past year. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Baker and children, Florence, Edna, and Bertha, of Armstrong were visitors Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Baker's mother, Mrs. Emma Curry. Mesdames E. C. Weisbrod, H. O. Reimers and Chas. Schemmel were entertained at a bridge party Thursday evening at the Dr. L, B. Smith home in Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hintz and children, Maynard and Helena of Clare, visited at the home of John Gramenz on Thursday. Mrs. Hintz Is a sister of Mr. Gramenz. Mr. and Mrs. John Schallin and daughter, Marie, attended a farm bureau picnic at Emmetsburg Monday. Marie also took part in the 8th grade examination exercises. Chas. Schemmel of Calmar visited at the E, O. Weisbrod home last week. He returned home Tuesday accompanied by Stanley Munch who will visit there for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. George Bolte and children arrived home Monday from Waterloo, where they were summoned by the illness and death of Mr, Bolte's mother who died Sunday, June I, Mesdames John Kramer, Chas. Glaus Einer Fauerby, Adolph Gramenz and Jake Nelson of Ringsted were entertained at the home of Mrs, John 'Gramenz Thursday afternoon. At the farm bureau picnic held at Algona last week Tuesday, Herman Dreyer won first prize in a post driving contest. He was awarded twenty- five steel posts for his efforts. The Fenton base ball team played against the Lotts Creek team at the German Lutheran picnic which was held at Lotts Creek 'Sunday, Fenton was defeated by a score of 5 to 0. Raymond Gramenz gave a birthday party to about fifteen of his schoolmates Thursday afternoon. He was nine years old. Games were played after which refreshments were served, ^^ Superintendent B. D. Belken and George Freeman and two friends from Cylinder wept to Leech Lake, Minnesota, Saturday for some deep water fishing. They expect to be gone a week, Mr. and Mrs. W. J, Weisbrod took their daughter, Mrs, Hugo Denker and children to Spirit Lake Sunday where Mr. Denker met them, From there they returned to their home in Lester, Iowa, L. J. Weisbrod treated his Sunday School class of boys to an overnight fishing trip at Tuttle Lake Wednesday. They also attended the talkies at the Nicholas theater at Fairmont Wednesday evening. AdolpTi Larson, who recently submitted to an operation for rupture at the McOreery hospital in Whittemore, returned home Monday. John Gramenz took care of his draying business during his absence. Mr, and Mrs. John Gramenz entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of Mr. arawaens'B birthday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hin- kei and 'family and Mt, aftd Mrs. Rjstau ef LuVerne. vin Mansager and son, Gene Ray anc Miss Viola Light were Sunday dinner guests at {he home of Mr. and Mrs Clarence Weisbrod at Ringsted. The Misses Frances and Marjorie Bailey entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of their .father, Frank Bailey's seventieth birthday. Mi-, and Mrs. F. O. Bailey and family, Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Bailey and daughter, Lavonne of Burt, Dr. and Mrs. A. T'. Whitlow and children of Swea City were the guests. Mr. and ' Mrs. Oliver Stoeber and Wilfred Stoebc-r of Armstrong atts the Children's Day exercises at the M. E. church Sunday. They were dinner guests at the W. E. Stoeber home. In the afternoon they all went to Armstrong to attend the exercises of the laying of the corner stone of the new Methodist church, which is being erected at that place. A Children's Day program, "The Glittering Gate," was presented by the Sunday School children of the Methodist church, Sunday, June 15. The church was beautifully decorated with peonies, roses and other flowers in season. The program as heartily appreciated by a large attendance. Rev. A. J. Quarln of Sioux City delivered the evening service. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Meyer and Mrs. E. T. Gerkin left Thursday afternoon for Sioux City for a visit with relatives and friends. They returned home Saturday, accompanied by Rev. Gerkin, who has sufficiently recovered to leave the hospital. His place in the pulpit will be temporarily filled for the present time by a Mr. Castle, assisted by Rev. Gerkin. Mr. Castle is a theological student from Sioux City. The W. O. T. U, held their regular meeting last week Thursday at the home of Mrs. O. W. Newel. The meeting was opened by singing the W. C. T. U. song of praise. The program was in charge of Mrs. H, O. Lindsay, who read the scripture lesson, from Luke 12:22-30, Prayer was offered by Mrs. H. P. Weisbrod. who also read a story, "W. C. T. U. Leaders Touring Palestine and Egypt." Another story, "Will Rogers on Children," was read by Mrs. Lindsey, This was followed by adjournment, after which a delicious lun cheon was served by the hostess. The regular meeting of the Women'i club was held at the home of Mrs Elmer Weisbrod last week Wednesday Roll call was answered by naming trees shrubs and flowers suited to our soil The program consisted of a paper "Gardening as a Recreation," by Mrs W. J. Weisbrod; topic, "Magazines and Fashions," Mrs. Elmer Weisbrod; Fiction, Mrs. B. D. Belken; Children, Mrs. J. A. Schwartz; Home, Mrs. P. H. Jensen and a piano solo by James Bailey. After the program the meeting was adjourned. A delicious two course lun cheon was served by the losing side of the club which had been divided into two sides, to see which side could make the most money during the year, Arrested for Driving While Intoxicated. Leslie KahJ, of Lakota, was arrested Saturday near Titonka for driving a car while intoxicated. The car was found in a six foot ditch with in it. He was brougbt to Algona by Sheriff L. E, Hovoy and was, released Saturday aftemopn on ll<}00 bail which W83 fufiurfied by Ws father, He was bound over to toe grand jury. Mrs. Harry Ward underwent a minor operation at the Kossuth hospital on Tuesday. Mrs. W.- O. Nelson left last week for Omaha to make the acquaintance of a new grandson who arrived at the Ar- dlth Hicks home. Mrs. Hicks was formerly Bernice Nelson. Nick Krleps who purchased the McElhinney farm, had the barn repaired arid straightened and plans to paint it this week. Theodore Thompson is living on the;farm this year. 'Julius WinkeVson of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Wlnkel, has returned from Ames where he is taking a veterinary course and will help his father with the farm- Ing during his Vacation period. A barn dance was held at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Jens Sorenson on Saturday night with the usual group of neighbors In attendance. A fine time is reported and lunch was served. The Alethean 4-H club girls will meet today with Miss Edith Jandl. Lucille Bode is a new member of the club. The meeting will be reported next week, Lavlna Wlnkel is the new leader of the club. Mr. and Mrs, Herman Bode of Wesley were guests Sunday at the James Coady home. Mrs. Coady and Mr. Bode are brother and sister. The Henry Schick, Sr., family were also guests during the day. Herman Dau, who has been havln trouble with his tonsils, was havln them treated, which resulted in a hem orrhage. He was rushed to the Kos suth hospital where he was taken care of and he is now about as well as ever. The Joe Arndorfer and Ben Goulc 'amilies of Union and the John Steil 'amlly of Sexton met at the Call State Park in Algona Sunday, June 15 for picnic dinner. The event was the >irthday anniversary of Mrs. Arndorfer. Mrs. Steil and Mrs. Arrtdorfer are sisters Mrs. W. H. Ryno and two sons of Fort Dodge spent Sunday at the Louis Bode home. Robert Ryno remained to spend a few days with Bernard anc Robert Bode, while his mother visited with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Lamuth, at Algona, Mrs. Ryno expected to spend a week at Algona. Another gathering at the Call State Park Sunday consisted of the Arthur, Leonard and Frank Crulkshank families and the boys' father, James Crulk- shank of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Austin Gardner and sons, Mr. and Mrs. W, F .Jenklnson and family. A picnic dinner was the main attraction of the day. One still hears the farmers complaining about the damage done to the corn by the pheasants. They really have done more harm than some of our city friends can realize. The farmers are shooting the birds and leaving them lay in the fields. It seems as if the law could be changed so much of this good meat would be relished on some poor man's table. Sam Zentner and daughter, Oloye and son, Fred, motored to Wlnnebago Minnesota, Saturday and spent the week end at the home of Mr. Zentner's daughter, Mrs. Leo Keefe and family, Mr. Keefe was just finishing planting his third patch of sweet corn. They raise sweet corn and sell It to the canneries. Peas are also much in demanc up there and they start canning them next week. It Is understood that the canneries will truck all of their products to New York this year. Union can boast of a well-experienced gardener. It is John Strayer, son of A. L. Strayer, who received his training in the Twin Cities, where he worked in "the greenhouses there. This spring he made several hot beds and planted them to lettuce and disposing of that he then sowed cabbage, tomato and celery seed. When the plants matured he sold as high as 400 plants n one day. Having disposed of all his cabbage and tomato plants, he trans- plante4 the celery plants in the beds. 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