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The tf pf>ef flefi M SOCIETY at an s Algona hospital has reutrned h&me to recuperate. Mrs. H. li. Rue gave a party Tues- Surprise Newlyweds.— Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mftfison, hew- yweds at Kanawha, were pleasantly day of last week to a small group of surprised about ten she celebrated night when about thirty-five of their her birthday on that day. Wesley relatives and friends choso to Miss Isabel Kerrins is enjoylfig her annual two weeks' vacation from duties at the telephone exchange. Miss Hannah Nelson is substituting for her. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Kleinpeter and drove to Fort Dodge on Algotta Woman Hottored— Mrs. Howard Hoenk was' guest of honor at a picnic shower given for her at EmmetsWurg last week. The following item l^ taken from the Em- betsburg pitptfi ,* • -Tuesday evening Mesdanies Clyde Freeman,. ,Fr&nk 'Elsenba^ and Elmer Murphy ifsd -Misses Genetleve Moodie, Janet Hfind and Mary Murphy entertained perhaps thirty at a picnic supper in Harrison Park in this city in honor of Mrs. Howard Hoenk of Algona better known as Miss Vlretta Marttnl. formerly of this place. The picnic spread was a fine one. Mrs. Hoenk was made the recipient of a large number of pretSy^ arid:-ilseful gifts. Among the out of*ti5$ii guests who were present was Mrs. Vess Hayes of whittemore." George Miller Weds-- "''"• ••" George L. Miller of Algona and Miss Julia James of Flint, Michigan, were married Thursday,. July 3 hi Michigan. After a wedding trip to Houghton Lake, Michigan, they returned to Algona Saturday and'will make their Home here where Mr. Miller is a builder and contractor. Geo; Is the son 6f Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Miller of Cresco township. For & time he was assistant manager of a Swift plant at Saginaw, Jwtichiganiowhere he met his bride, but tejurn?d, tOrAlgono^^bout a year ago, and took, up the contracting business. This spring he, Completed the model house'' which Was* open f6r inspection for over a week. He and his bride will ocpupjfrth,e n?w•home. .. .... . , Afcout «venj>y,-ni$: persons enjoyed a ^hiqken. dinner at the Country at an evening Mrs. Harry Mrs. French id Hostess- Mrs. W. 'P. French fcweflve ladles party Friday. won the high prize, and Mrs. Anna March won the second high, Mother* and Daughters Club— The south Cresco Mothers and Daughters club will meet July 24 with Mrs. W. ft. Bosworth. The roll call will be answered by "Maxims on Self* Control." Baptist Mission Circle — The Baptist Mission Circle Will meet Thursday afternoon with Mrs. 0. A, Samson. Mrs. J. B. Wheelock will be the leader. R-Own Bridge Club— The R-Owh bridge club is having a picnic at the Ambrose A. Call state park this afternoon. The Band Concert. The following pieces will be played by the Algona Military Band at their concert next Thursday evening: The Eagle's Home Meyers The Golden Dragon King Bobbin' Blues Kftssel Moonlight in Florida Storm Oobb Mlssud Russian Rag Manana Chilian Dancer Review of the Regiment Carter Gems of Stephen Foster TobanJ With You After Sunset Bones Trombone Berlin „ Pryor .FlUinore Boston Coniraanderv Huffer , «, ',,* ^Tuesday; evening. Bridge was played following the" dinner. Mrs. G. W. Stilhnan won the first price for thdf ladles; and :J.,L. Bonar won the •first prizel for.the men. The cut price waslwon by Mrs. Matt Streit Music iar < the" daniM was furnished by a new« -philco;radlo:;'denjQnstrBted by B. E.! B:ynds:~?.The; committee in cfcar?* ia- cluded7Mf7and:Sirs. H. L. Mcdafcl*, chatrmen,:Mr. and Mis. Cwsrgs ZSbat. 3 .gg,. •Mr. and -Mrs. Bessy BxSxaer. BUr. —*" Mrs.'Ralph ISbBrt, LOEisj Vera Ogrea.t. C. A Correction. OE U* fnsert of this weeks paper ap- arUde about the Red Cross tests irhich will be given at pool The dates are giv- ea ss Monday and Tuesday of next is a matter of fact Dr. R. A. of St. Louis, who is to give the demonstration at the pool tonight beat seren-thirty. He will also CSob— ifc aeofi HfffE 'SSritar lowe entertained Shatr 'drib alt a oortxeA dish dinner ^RiiflHy ^^w'rti'g "inhfr evening was spent at 'image. Mte. Mscrice Bartholomew TOQB jfibe fcasfc prize for the ladies and Utes. J- W. Mangan won the low prize, ffiafl Bartholomew won the men's high .prize. The men's low prize was won jfcjr Dr. Harry McCorkle. Jay -.Party for Mother- Crawford entertained F. L. Miller and fam- •party Sunday even- Ing m'nono>*'0f Mrs. F. L. Miller. The '.guests, 'Included <,Mr.' and ;Mrs. Loyd " ' ^T. 'a.nd.Mrs. Fred Bar. . ., v tholomew, Miv?and Mrs. George Mlll- .pr and Dpiph' Miller. . , *. ,' >. 'A Coirection. r e had an item about one . . „ ,*»,_. - - "jj^wyyi; Mr. * powew Is a' from' Humboldkwho "'.ployed on'A.farm,ne.ar Lto Ms not.JT* 1 *^ a young -.Moines-HeV ', correcting An item that may have mls- ;»lead some of lasfr week' readers. of tujim.-' T^ie - w H%Wijr, *^ fc " ublican takes this means'of be at the pool tomorrow (Thursday) afternoon, from one o'clock on. Baptist Church. "Coveted Conditions" will be the morning subject at the Baptist church next Sunday. The union Sunday evening service will be held in this church. Rev.- A. English will bring the message. All are cordially Invited. —Frank Webster, minister. H. Congregational Church. Morning worship and sermon at eleven a. m. Sunday, Church School at ten a. m. Only two- more Sundays remain until the August vacation. It is especially desired that all members and friends of the church be present on next Sunday. Important announcements will be made. On July; 25th the a'nnual church and Sunday School, picnic will be held at " toe state,Park. mam We have BULOVA Watches at less than $ 30! . V 1 W P.can show you a beautiful selection of Bulova Wjttches at less than J330— every one with a 15 jewel, standardized Bulova movement, handsomely encased. "Ph'pugU Bulovas range from $25.00 to'£2500, they vary in pri« qnly as they vary in dc- $ijrh';-revery one an accurate, dependable timepiece. PATRICIA—Engraved caicl 15 jewel tiulova mcjvemunt. ur IIB euuuicu, t«t'seeing him who^u invisible." (Hebrews 11:27) Morning at eleven. Text Romans 6:1, shall we say then? "Shall we continue in sin that grace may abound? —Gpd forbid." Evangelist service'in th.e evening. Wednesday evening prayer ima" praise service'. We welcome you o our service.—I. F. Metcalf, pastor. 1 call on them. Their arrival was announced by the banghig of tin pans, jails arid various other articles which jo to make up an old fashioned charivari. The self-invited guests were giv« en a royal welcome and were treated to Ice Crem and cake by the brlda and bridegroom. A nice lunch was also served and an enjoyable evening was spent by all the merrymakers. The families from Wesley who were present were the H. M. Hanson, Raymond Hanson, Mrs. M. E. Hanson, O...O. Gld- dings, Mrs. Elwood Haynes, Tom Nelson, Joe Goetz and William Martinek families; William Frimml and sister, Minnie and the two Slemer girls. New Gas Stations— The K. & H. Oil Company, recently organized by a group of farmers here, have two trucks In readiness for the delivery of oil and gas. William Ward and Adolph Killan have been employed as truckmen and James Haverly will be manager at the service station which is nearing completion. This station Is of dark red brick construction and is located on the south side of main street. Across the street to the north is another service station going up This of frame construction and takes the shape of an »JfPl««- J -.£ Lorena is proprietor and will handle Shell products. Albert Monson is also erecting a service station one block west of these two and will be connected with the Phillips Petroleum Company, DAUUHINE—TiiMcfully cni!r»ved (Juit pfoof cnli'I 11 jewel Uulova luovt- i>icntlci>iiipl'-'"'»' i l' 1 l'l'B r ' :0 $'7Q75 llcnible bracelet to match.. £/y BANKER—Butt proof ca>c, 15 jewel liuluva movement! com- $9/175 nicte wi«K pie»li baiul ^ T 1 pict< HI'- 'EKE—Attractively eiiijriived, dmt I*, .titti-i 1-'jewel Bulova $9/<7S Lyle Schuler was ill a few days o: last week. , Misses Luella and Sadie Potter, for mer Seneca <teachers, visited friends in that place Wednesday. Helen Nielsen spent the week en< with her cousin, Florence Nielsen o Ringsted. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Osborn and Clar ence Osborn were Sunday dinner guests at the P. J. Welsbrod home. Mrs. Jenie Jensen and son, Ralph, and Mr. and Mrs. Hans Jensen were | Sunday visitors at the Otto A. Jensen home. Lyle and Marion Osborn and Vernon Jensen motored to Charles City Sunday to visit Merle Osborn. who is employed on the Jay Frank farm. A very large crowd attended the Ladles Aid at the John Osborn home on Thursday. The Aid will meet next Thursday, July 24, at the Albert instead home. Pauline Osborn and Mildred Goetsch left Monday with a group of ten girls from Fenton to attend the League Institute held at Lake Okoboji from July 14 to 20. A large crowd^ of young people attended the Young People's society at the John Osborn home Friday night A collection. was taken up which amounted to six dollars. Mr. and Mrs. Millen Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. August Nelson and George Jensen and children, Leona, Dorothy and Richard, spent Sunday at the West Beii'd grotto. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Potter and children, Joyce, Richard and Audrey, attended a farewell party Sunday given in honor of Mrs. Alta Stiles, who moving to Charles City. The party was held in Algona. Friends and relatives were shocked to hear of the death of Mrs. Herber Brltzeman of Waterloo. She was for. merly known as Marion Shauger. A number of her relatives from here plan to attend the funeral. A new eight room house is nearing I completion on the Roy Mueller farm. The house is completely equipped throughout, having furnace, bath and is wired for electricity. The house is of midwestern type and besides the eight rooms it has a large attic and sun porch. The Muellers are newly married people, who have been living on the place since last spring. :he three gasoline companies expect to ready for service within two weeks. Sails for Europe- Mr, and Mrs. Henry Kunz received a message from their son, Clare at Hoboken. New Jersey, Friday afternoon, stating that he was sailing on the S. S. New Amsterdam for Europe. He Is a member of one of the orchestras on the ship and expects to be gone three months in which time he will visit most of the countries to Europe. Stewart Fraser of Austin, Minnesota, is also a member of the orchestra. He and Clare have been doing orchestra work ogether for the past six years with different musical organizations. He was a member of Isham Jones' Orchestra for about a year. Karl Wester, son of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Wester, and a boyhood friend of Young Kunz, was at the pier to bid Clare good-bye. Fraser has won much recognition as a vocalist over WCCO. Algona Band Concert— The first band concert given Wednesday night by the Algona Military Band was attended by a large crowd and their program which contained varied pieces was warmly applauded. The concerts are held a block south of main street in a vacant half block, giving good parking space for a percentage of cars that are used by their occupants in listening to the music. 31enn Raney, assistant conductor directs the band here, in the absence of 3. Johnstons who directs a.band at Britt on the same evening. Wesley stores are open every Wednesday night and with this added attraction, the #wn will perhaps draw a larger crowd on these nights as tune goes on and more people learn of the regular concerts. ,., lf ,, , . « ; Fatjier o/ W.eslejwn Dies— "' *. . H.' I*. Rue received a message Friday nlghVthat his father; Michael Rue, 75 yeara of age, had passed away that evening afc his home at Fort Madison. He had suffered a- .sunstroke that morning which was the cause of his death. Mt Rue was born in Germany and came to Fort Madison forty-six years ago. He leaves beside his widow, six sohs'and three daughters,' Funeral services were held at the German Lutheran church at Fort Madison Mon L day afternoon. H. L. Rue and a brother, Albert of LuVerne, Minnesota, and a sister, Mrs. R. F. Ross of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, left Saturday morning to attend the funeral services. Suffers Severe Burns— Mrs. Sturdivant, wife of Editor Sturdivant, suffered severe burns on her son, David, Sunday where they spent the day With Dr. and Mrs. Leon Smith and Mr. and Vincent Kleinpeter. Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson and Mrs. Forest Putney of Denver left for Ames Tuesday to visit with their sister, Mrs. K. J. Ferguson, before return* tag to Denver later in the week. Mr. and Mrs. Vee Mullln and boys accompanied her sister, Miss Estella Perkins to Fort Dodge Saturday where she took a train to Omaha to resume her stenographic duties with the White Company. W. D. Kearns of Burt and Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Kearns and daughter of Lone Rock were Sunday visitors at the Wm. Oarman home. Mrs. Garman was formerly Ruth Kearns, daughter of W. D. Kearns. Jack Cruise Is pretty well laid up at his home north of town with, a sprained ankle, resulting from a fall. He is able to move about some at this writing but at first used crutches with which to get around. Fred Dlekmann and Junior left Sunday for Ames and Anita. Junior will visit his aunt, Mrs. K. J. Ferguson and his father went to Anita to attend' to business in connection with th« Kunz Grata Company. Mrs. Anna Schmltz and daughter, Agnes of Odebolt, came Sunday for a visit with her brother, Rev. Geo. F. WessUng. On Monday they drove to Alta Vista to attend the annual bazaar on Tuesday given by Father Werde- hpft's parish. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Krogh and two daughters, Marion and Lois of Pitts- Burgh, Pennsylvania, are here for "a two weeks' visit with her aunt, Mrs. John Amesbury. Mr. Krogh came With them, leaving soon after for Minneapolis to visit his parents. Cashier and Mrs. Guy M. Butts attended the annual picnic at the I.'O. O. F. home at Mason City Sunday. J; N. Dawson returned home with them for a visit at the homes of Mrs. Bertha Looft, Mrs. Nettie Turegson, A. and L. McPherson and August Schram. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kouba, Jr., left early Sunday morning for Cottonwood, Minnesota, where she will visit two weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Melvold. Frank returned the same evening. Miss Ivyl Marie Kunz is clerking for her at their I. G. A. store. Miss Arabella McPherson has been confined to her home with a broken arm resulting from slipping on a can while out picking raspberries. She has suffered intense pain and the setting of the bone was extremely painful due to taking no anesthetics. She is a lady over seventy! years old. t Mr. and Mrs. J, T. Meurer and Oher- yll Ann. drove to whittemore Sunday to spend the day with his parents and a sister, Mrs. Anna Franz, and two children, Julia and Pauline of Men- omtaee, Michigan, whp are. athome ior a-vlsit. , Mr/ and Mrs: Niqk Meurer of Plover; -also visited "with his parents A $5 or $10 Bill or $750 Check; With Every Suit ; The two-piece suits are Palm Beach atj*5, this season's styk, ^a rebate 5f a $5 bill makes the net cost to you of $10. Last season's.PalmBeach, suits $10 with a $5 bill rebate, which makes the net cost to you only $5, are The THRIE-PHOE SUITS are light colors mostly— This season *s, valued at —*—— $22.50 After the rebate of -— &>uu . $26.50 7.50 10.00 Makes the net cost to you_,L—-.1- $17-50 -$19.00 $20.00 MEN'SLIGHT PANTS $4.85 and $5.85 BOYS' LONG PANTS Y ; $2.85 and $4.85 . Age 12 to 18 yeaxs, STEAWHATS 25 per cent off on new • stock, your choice, Old Straws, 50c , - ^Values to $3,00, DRESS SHIRTS Newest coat styles 96c BLUE OVERALLS ! Medium weight!•> / . ... ' i9Bc." -""'•'"3* V Boy*' Overalls, small 65c, Medium 75c, Large 8Sc. Oshkosh $1.W Heavy Blue, $1.35; 220 blue, 95c Sport Oxfords >nd Wh|te-Diick; Pants. WVWWUVWtfSAAWWWUVWUWl BANCROFT NEWS. Ed. Droessler transacted business matters at Emmetsburg Thursday. * Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Nurre were visiting friends at Storm Lake Friday. J. J. Sherman visited with A. J. Robe at Cherokee last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Menke are the parents of a baby girl born Thursday. The Baptist Sunday School class had their annual picnic Friday at Hand's Park. ' I' Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Carmody of Cylinder were Bancroft visitors Wednesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Froehle are the > citiiJkd two arms and hands and her right foot and ankle Saturday afternoon while burning some rubbish in their back yard. She had a flre and was pom-ing on gasoline when the fumes ignited throwing the flaming gas onto her. She smothered the flames by rolling but already the damage had been done. Dr. James Adams attended to her burns immediately and greatly reduced the suffering. Slw is getting along nicely and is able to be about most of the time. Methodist Camp— The Misses Maurine Hanson, Opal iCWebler & Co. Jewelers * Optometrists. Sturdivant, Beuna Niewald, Dorothy Krans, nad Ida Young in company with Mrs. Noble of Sexton as chaperon, left Sunday morning for the M. E. camp at Lake Okoboji, to attend the annual Epworth League Institute held there this week. The girls report at six o'clock each morning for "watch'' and attend classes during the day until three o'clock when they may enjoy the remainder of the day in bathing and various other sports. Attended Church- There was a good attendance at the M. E. church services Sunday and among the audience was Mr. and Mrs. Hugh McCutcheon, who have been unable to attend services for some time owing to illness. Mr. McCutcheon has suffered from arthritis in the knees and his visit to church Sunday was made possible by the aid of friends who brought him there in his wheelchair. Robert, small son of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Pfeffer, received baptism. Sunday. "> Mr.''and Mrs. .Orville Downs gf Indiana Harbor, have been visiting at the Charles Downs and Nick Raskopf homes'since before the Fourth-of July. Mr?-"»Downs has returned home bujt Mrs.'Ddwns Is still here fort an extended visit with the Downs land. Raskopf families.' She was formerly Miss Leona Raskopf. l » A gathering, of, neighbors walked in on Mr. and Mrs. Cluas Tjarks recently to give them a gay charivari after their return, from their honeymoon trip. The couple were unprepared for the occasion that evening, but treated the crowd to cake, ice cream and candy last Thursday night at the Henry Lolling home. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft attended a family picnic held at Lake Okoboji on Sunday, Those in attendance were the Looft family of Wesley, the Ole Johansen, John Johansen and Hans Krist- hoff families of Bancroft; Mr. and Mrs. Martin Wilberg of Fenton; and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Vahldlck of Ringsted and their families. Mother Kunz celebrated her seventy- eighth birthday Saturday, July 12, and as a surprise, her children and their families gathered for a surprise party on her. The evening was greatly enjoyed, and the serving of ice cream and cake followed at a late hour, Mother Kunz Is enjoying good health and doe,s most of her house work alone. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Fraher and two Des Moines spent over Sunday at the home of the lady's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henr/'Bettering. Miss Margaret Nelson returned to her home at Algona Monday after having spent the past two weeks here visiting at the O. D. Hart home. Miss Mary Leslie- of Litchfleld, Illinois, arrived Friday for a visit with her mother, Mrs. A. B. Leslie and with other relatives and friends. Mr. and. Mrs. 'Peter Berens and son, A. J., and daughters, Frances and Mrs. F. J. Welp left.Monday for Chicago for a-visit with;relatiyes and^friends. • J. H. Welp returned Sunday from New York, where he had gone with a carload of poultry 1 . He also visited with friends at Buffalo, New York, and Detroit,' ' Mr. and Mrs. R. E. ,Button .and daughter, Doris, Ed. Droessler, and Charles Kollasch drove to Des Moiaes Tuesday where the men attended,the republican state convention. . i Mrs. John Williams, daughter, Mary Bernice, and Antoinette Hart returned Friday from Sioux City where they visited the past week with the former's sister, Mrs.' J. H. Lynch,, and family. - ' '^ Evans Carmean left Saturday , for Rockford, Illinois, for a week's visit with his sister, Mrs. Earl Elliott. Georgia, who has been visiting there the past two weeks, will return home with him. - . .,' •-:-./-„ About forty friends surprised Leona' and Mabel Schneider atfthe AURahe home .Friday- evening, It being''.their seventeenth -birthday. . The ...evening. 1 was 1 spent •' •ft %<TC*V / '•' -*'"• i • • ,«. Rudolph Wessels of Fort SneUing arrived Saturday for a visit with relatives and friends.; Mrr and'Mrs. William Besch of Whittemore spent Thursday evening at the LeRoy, Schiltz home. Miss Jrilia Quinn left Sunday for Des Moines, where she will complete her course in"'beauty culture. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Tonttne and children'of-Swea city spent Sunday at the Herman'Erickson home. •Mrs. Petfer, Becker pUrchjSised ttoe John Bernhard residence and will take posesslon In the near future. Verne Austin returned home Saturday from Marathon, where he was assisting on the Henry Menke farm. Ths Misses Thecla Ricken and Margaret McLore of Algona were visiting at the Frank Vaske home Sunday. iMr. and Mrs. Jake Francis of Maquoketa spent, a few days visiting with Bancroft relatives and friends the past week. Mrs. J. H. Welp returned home last week Wednesday from Winnipeg; Canada, where she spent a week at a summer resort. and Mrs, Roy Richardson and Algona were Bancroft vis- home of the lady's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Berens, and with other relatives and friends. Sister M Cletus and Sister M. Winnifred returned from Dubuque Wednesday, when they spent the past month and,a half. • They,will teach here the coming school year. Lulu Richards, chief operator at the local telephone exchange, left Mondaj for a week's vacation to be spent at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs O. W..Miller at LuVeme. Peter Jacobs, who has been at Water, loo for the past several months, arrived here last week and will make hid home here. His son, Ira, and family will remain here with him. U«.«.M. **t 4-V^n. Inrlty'ct .nownfA TWV. ATlrf "*" ' * r " " ly - ^ v li. 1 ,*' ',**.* \'' Chicken Thieves/ , _.,£. |.in. Whittenior|; . Whittemore,*'July* 15. Specials Chicken thieves have made their appearance in this vicinity again this season. Dflr- ing the past week-Mrs. Chafes Baas had 150 young fries taken while J.oseph Sicora had fifty stolen.,. At.t&p 91- cora farm the thieves were seen4n the yard at eight o'clock by neighbors passing by. Knowing that .Mr. and MfB. Sicora were In town the neighbors gave chase to the thieves' car, but were outrun when they got near Emmetsburg. . Typewriter ribbons at this office. Let the U. D. M.-R. estimate on your Mr. and Mrs. Chris Seefeld of Algona were business callers here Saturday. Mrs. Ed. Kunz and children visited at the McParlane home at West Bend Sunday. Ealph Welter, pharmacist of Mason City, spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Welter. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Rlcke and baby son spent the week end at the Ricke and Froehlich parental homes. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dlrklns and daughter, Virginia of St. Joseph Mo., are here visiting at the William Henderson home. Kenneth Cosgrove and a friend of Hammond, Indiana, visited the past week with his parents, Mr, and Mrs. next job of printing. The advertising Is an interesting lea- sons, Harold and Charles of Saunemln, Illinois, returned to their home Friday after a week spent with his sister, Mrs. Charles Downs. Miss Marie Harris accompanied them as far as Pontiac, where she will visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Harris, returning In the late summer to continue teaching near here, Mrs. G. A. Wenk and four children of Madison, South Dakota, are here visiting her parents, Rev. and Mrs. O. H. Moore. Mr. Wenk has gone to eastern cities in connection with the Wenk Wholesale Produce Company, at Madison, in which he and two brothers are interested. Another daughter, Lula B. Moore of Lincoln, Nebraska, is also home, Mrs. Walter Donath who has been here visiting her father, Charles Robinson, left for Waterloo Sunday to resume her work with the Mid-Continent Petroleum Oil Company. Her husband has gone to Lyons, Colorado, to find employment and when conditions prove favorable, Mrs. Donath will Join her husband there. Friends here of Hazel Marie Conrad last year's home economics teacher, have received word that she and a. friend were in an auto accident which caused a severe skull fracture to Miss Conrad. They were taken to a hospital and it required six stitches to close the wound. A trip to California this summer planned by she and her sister, has been cancelled. Dr. James Adams, who came home from Youngstown, Ohio, Jujy 1, has decided to go In business here with his father, Dr. F. L. Adams, and has already began practicing medicine James is a graduate or the Wesley Mike Rustemeler and,,son,'. spent Sunday at Rochester, where they visited William Hum, who Is in the hospital there. Walter Haupert left Tuesday for his home at Elbow Lake, Minnesota, after spending the past few months here working on a farm. William Cosgrove. j. p. Hauptmann, who submitted to an appendte operation three weeks ago high school and holds an M. D. degree from the University of Iowa, and spent the past year as interne at a hospital in Youngstown, Ohio. VACATION Bargain to Chicago Saturday, July 26 d»1/» 10 Bound $10.1? Trip Good on all trails. 0ood in sleeping cars on payment for space occupied. Beturning Tickets will be honored for return to reach starting point by midnight, August Hth. Lots to gee—Lots to Pol on a Vacation to Chicago, For further parteiulars ask the Ticket Agent, The MILWAUKEE ROAP Prices Are Down In keeping with/the trend of times to bring the consumers' prices down to prerwar levels we are today announcing a reduction to the price of aH granites, twenty per cent. Never before have granite prices been low as they are today, taking into coMderation tha.t. you are getting better quality and finish, and ttSt tbe colors are more staple,, due to tt»e fact that the granite Is "coming from deeper quarrt?s, and quarrying facilities are modernized- ; We are carrying a complete Une of all the best granite olltainable. We do not have a second or inferior piece of gmnite in our yard. We guarantee every piece of granite that leaves our yard, Come in and make a selection frow the largest and most complete stock in Iqwa. We can also;show you bow you can save ten to twenty per cent on ton of the already reduced prices as we are not paying commission,salesmen to sen it. We give you the benefit of buying highest quaUtyr-Memortals at the lowest price. Do not be confused with cheap, inferior gran- jte, but come in and see the stones befpre yoij buy. -.Wrtt 8 or phone for our 193Q design book, free, Kemwnbor, we sell direct from factory to cpnpmer; there, are no salesmen or other dealers' commissions ta pay. GODDEN Monument vwwwwwvwwvuvwvvv^ww^^

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