The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 10, 1930 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, September 10, 1930
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The ttppar B^Molnes : Bji»uMleM, gesteabef 10, 1930 ., 'OPEN SEASON ONPHEASANTS Game Warden Albert In* formed Fort Dodge fcaper of Five Day Hunting, FIVE DAYS' NOT Season Authorized After Petition «t Landowners and Farmers Names fa Presented. Port Dodge Messenger: A five-day open hunting season on pheasants this fall was definitely declared today by W. E. Albert, of Des Molnes, warden of the state fish and game department, in an announcement given exclusively to The Messenger Si Chronicle. The five days will not be continuous but scattered through the last week of October and the first week of Novem- Tber. Though the number of counties that will observe open pheasant dates lias not been fixed, because all petitions have not been turned In, it is •believed hunting will be allowed In thirty northern Iowa counties. Mr. Albert's announcement follows: "There will be an open season for pheasant shooting this fall. The actual dates have not been decided upon, although it will probably be about the same time as it was last year. There will be a five day open season. The days will not, be continuous. We do not have petitions from the counties as yet. However, they are being circulated at this time." Three Days Last Tear. The open season lost year was three flays, October 30 and November 1 and •2. The open season this fall, no doubt, -will be about the same time, the last week of October and the first week of November. Webster county, in which no open season was declared last season, may be among the "open" counties this year. Petitions for an open season here were circulated in Fort Dodge today and when filled will be submitted to the state fish and game department. • • *f - s* Retired Farmer Died Monday In the death of Peter Klrsch on Monday Algona and Kossuth county lost an old and respected cltifceh. Mi Kirsch died at the Kossuth hosplta after an illness of about ten day* The cause of his death was ruptur- and he had been ailing for a numbe of years. Mr. Klrsch was one of the large lam owners of Kossuth county, accummu latlng about 1100 acres of land wes of St. Joe. Two of his sons are now farming this land, as he moved t AigonsTn 1920, Mr. Klrsch was note' for his kindliness and integrity an he will be missed by all Who knew him. Peter Kirsch was born December 20 1851 to Germany and died to Algoni September 8, at the age of seventy nine years. When still a young man he came to America and to 1875 h located near Dubuque and helped hi brother on a farm there. In 1878 h came to Kossuth county and settle He was married to Kath In 1920 the family mov Beside the wife, thre to mourn. They ar near St. Joe. erlne Knott. ed to Algona. SOUS &TQ iGlt w** »»»wt*» ••! - — ,1 —Matt and John, who are farming th land hear St. Joe, and Tony, who Is proprietor of a laundry in Algona. On sister, Mrs. Matt Kellner of St. Joe and eleven grandchildren also survlv Burial was held this morning t nine o'clock at St. Cecelia's Catholl church In Algona with Father T. J Davern officiating. Burial was In th St. Joe cemetery. Need 150 Signers. The state game.warden is authorize; to permit pheasant shooting in a coun- ,ty when, 150 landowners and farmers the county petition him to do so season was open last year to •-four counties, Lyon, Sioux, Os- lOBrien, Dickinson, Clay, Em**"*'- Kossuth, Humbold 1 ;, icock, Wright. Hamil- iGerro Gordo. Franklin, I, Floyd, Butler, Grun- r^ - v named 'counties' and ,Web' 1 -'open' season'slJast ^ ., _ believed, for P— r .^>ej^mont%and to- 'running the total'number of thirty.,. V, * Ledyard Catholic Church Dedicated Bancroft Register: Ledyard's new Catholic church will be dedicated witl appropriate services Tuesday, Septem ber 9th. A microphone and loud speak er will be installed to enable those out side the church to hear the service within which will be held at ten o'clock a. m. Following the dedication ser,vices there will be a fine dinner served to the public to the church basement at noon and lasting until all are served. The Ledyard band will furnish music for the occasion both afternoon and evening and at three o'clock p. m there will be a base ball game between Bancroft and Ledyard. This game promises to be a contest that will bo well worth while. At five-thirty there will be a chicken supper and many good things to eat will be served in addition to a plentiful supply of chicken. • In the evening there will be various games on the church grounds anc refreshments of all kinds will be available at small cost. The public Is invited to attend the dedication services and the entire program that will fol low. "Dick" Spoke to Emmett Co. Teachers. Congressman Dickinson was at Es- thervUle Monday and gave an address before the Emmett county teachers' Institute. Among the other speakers Were 8tate,Superlntendent Agnes Sam- uelsoiylDean.Barr of ; -Drake^Unlversity. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wood, who haye been farm hands for the Noble Mitchell family, moved to a tenant house at the Etna Mitchell home last week on Saturday. Mr. Wood will be a farm hand for Etna Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. Lurhl Fesler of near Ringsted are the parents of 6. baby girl born last week Tuesday. Mrs. J. P Nidkerson has been at the formers home caring for Mrs. Fessler, The latter was formerly Irene Nickerson gj. ^j 0t V HB^V ••• ™ - —— — TJ ?I^Af-^^vtj-JL'>n>fi*ft'W*ft'W > AVWi*ft^ Fred Zentner Is helping Loub Bode with his farm work this week. Miss Julia Coady Is teachlne echoo near Elmore. She spent the week end with the home folks. Fi lends of Arthur Ward, brother . H. E. Ward, are socry tc hear ne has teen suffering some bad effects won the- flu. Mr. and Mrs. w. H. nyno and sons Dickie and Bobby of Fort Dodge wen Sunday dinner guests at the Louia Bode home. Cloye Zentner spent two days las week at the I. W. Nelson home at Lone Rock caring for the Nelson children while Mr. and Mrs. Nelson attcndtd the wedding of Miss Mabel Weaco a Grinnell. A police dog was picked up the othe day by a kind farmer who noticed a note tied around the dog's neck/asking whoever took the dog, to be kind to it as the owner lived on the edge o town and could not keep the dog. Thi doe was taken home with him and has received good care. Leonard Larson of Eagle Grove came last week Wednesday and in company with his sister, Mrs. Theodore Thompson and then- mother, Mrs. Margaret Larson, drove to Wlndom, Minnesota to visit an aunt of Mrs. Thompson who Is ill. They returned home on Sunday. Mrs. Larson and her son Leonard left for Eagle Grove Monday morning. Silo filling is now to full swing. Last week Wednecday at the Emil Stoffel farm while they were filling silo a team driven by Kenneth Gould started to run and the reach of the wagon c&me uncoupled and caused Kenneth to be thrown from his wagon. He landed on his neck and shoulders but outside of a few bruises and a good shaking up he Is none the worse for the accident. However, we don't believe he would like to repeat the experience. LAKOTA NEWS at longs 1 Food Shop Algeria's oldest and most up-to-date grocery, Ferndell Baby Stewart Monsoon Brands FOUR CORNER NEWS. A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Lee Olson at their home south of own last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Worley and Donald spent the week end visiting with Mrs. Worley's parents at Mason City. The Presbyterian ladles took to about one hundred and forty-five dollars at their-dtaner and supper'on Sauerkraut Day. .--, Raymond Meyer -returned to his duties as ,clerk at the Woodworth drug store Monday after a two weeks' vaca- Mr. and;Mrs. N. R. Robinson of Spencer "spent a few days -last week at the borne of their son, Chester Robnson. ' ' Mr. and Mrs. -Onarles Robinson returned home last week Wednesday evening alter visiting for some time at points to South Dakota and Iowa. The Four Corner Mothers anti Daughters' club will meet this week Thursday with Mrs. Iva Witham. Roll call will be answered by a 'Brief Description of My Birthplace." Roscoe Bayers of Fairfield spent last Sunday and a week ago Sunday at the Etna Mitchell home. Hazel Mitchell spent Saturday at the Andrew Bjustrom home helping cook for silo fillers. Mrs. Herman Llndeman of Dakota City returned to her home a week ago Sunday after spending several days at the Chester Robinson home. The former was formerly Miss Elsie Drayton. "Harvey Johnson laraiiy spent Sunday looking .after ,a farm belonging to Mr. Johnson's mother near Rochester, Minnesota. ' Gerald jJkeria intended leaving Jh}S week to again take up his studies at the college to Chicago where he Is studying for the ministry. John Winter spent Mrs. several Miss fiehlla Hayes of Maftkato, Minnesota, visited relatives here the jJast week. Miss Ruby Barlew and Miss Nell 2enor Of Estherville visited friends to Whittemore Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. .Cavannaugh are away on a vacation "trip through Wisconsin this week. Elsie Behnke is here from Colorado Springs for a visit'with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Behnke. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Felder were at Easton, Minnesota, with the Henry Becker family during the past Week. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Elbert and family were vlsltng at Fairmont and several other Minnesota cities on Sun*> day. Fred Shelp, steam fitter at the Fleming hardware, has been at West Bend for the past three weeks, installing fur- nades. Frank Schmitt went to Sioux City Sunday where he will be In attendance at the state convention of the American Legion. George Boyle, who Is employed to the Drovers National Bank to Chicago was a guest for a few days last^ week with Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Culldn. Cleophus Cullen came from Milwnu- kee last week for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John S. Cullen. Cleophus is employed by a commercial rating firm. . - ; Francis Fish, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Fish, fractured his right arm last Wednesday, when he was crank- tog a tractor. The crank flew back and struck his arm. Mrs. Frank Gappa was severely Injured last week Tuesday when she tripped and fell down the basement stairs, dislocating her shoulder and receiving several bad bruises. Miss Rosella Higgtos went to Sioux City Thursday where she enters Mercy hospital to take a nurses', training course. She was accompanied to the city by her father, Wm. Higglns. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Schoonover moved to their apartment over the Elbert harness shop Monday. Mr. and Mrs. George Wollenhaupt of Gravity are to possession of the Iowa Hotel and Cafe. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Meyer, Mrs. Albert Behnke, Henry and Elsie Behnke drove to LuVerne, Minnesota, on Sunday. Miss Elsie remained to Lu- Verne for a visit with her sister, Mrs. Bllnkman. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Thompson returned /from Ladysmlth, Wisconsin;, where they spent" the summer. They are now at Scranton visiting relatives. Mrs. Thompson was formerly Miss Stella Kortum. (Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wegner and children came up from Clinton Saturday. Mrs. Wegner will visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. August Schattschneider while Win, attends the convention m:SIOUx City this week, v, •Father 'C, "P. Sweeney announced Sunday that a mission Would be held ;he week of September 28 by the Pas- sionlst Father* to St. Michael's Catholic church. Bisttwp Heelan will be here early in October to hold confirmation. days at Buffalo Center last week assisting to caring for her aged fc.ther Mr. Sapp, who has been quite 111. Miss Violet Frerking, daughter of Eev. and Mrs. O. H. Frerking expected to leave this week for Dubuque to attend the Presbyterian College at that place Miss Audrey Hastings, who teaches in the public school here, spent Saturday afternoon at the home of her sister, Mrs. H. J. Schutter at Buffalo Center. Ferdinand Koppen, who has been crippled with a lame back for the past few weeks, Is considerably better and $P : *&8&®BKiyxs^^ Open for usiness on Thursday. MUs Farrell bad been in Algona with her employer Attorney Thompson of Fprestt City attending to some court proceedings. She was accompanied by Mrs;- Fuggle of Forest City. Mr. and Mrs. Williami LltUfiton and family drove to Whiting, Saturday and spent the day with their sister, Mrs, Isabelle Marshall and family. Sunday, they spent the day with Patricia Weir, a student nurse at Mercy tospltal at Sioux City. Edward Fandal, son oft Me. and Mix. Michael Fandal left last'- weeft for St. Paul seminary, where he? will! ttwSy tor the priesthood. This correspondent takes- unusual pride in this young; man's choice in life as his first; two> sears of school was spent under her teaching, Miss Kathryn Haag, and, Harold Roth drove to Fergus Falls, Minnesota-, Friday to visit with Mrs. Clarence* Glasgow, a sister of Miss Haag amdi her family. They will also visit witto Mrs* Mr. and Mrs. Archie McDahiefc and twins of Stous Rapids spent;jaturd&y night at the D. D. Spftrks htoe and Sunday at the E. C. Potter home. Miss Martha Potter began teachm? school to Prairie township, four m«es southeast of St. Benedict, and makes he" home at the O. L. Miller home. The J. L. Oerbcr and George Sruell- man families attended the funeral on Sunday of Mrs. Emil Anlikfer at the Apostle's church near West Bend. Little Bonnie BosWorth, John Shilts and Robert Stiles are recovering from an attack, of jaundice. Robert went last Week Wednesday to the home of his mother to Charles City. Mfs. James Elder and daughter, Irene returned the fore part of IB* week from a visit with relatives at Auburn. Her mother, Mrs. Martin, returned with them for a few weeks' visit. The W. F. Jenkinsons and T. E. rlsons were among those attending the Minnesota state fair. The JenWnsons accompanied the L. A. Cruikshaftk family of Plum Creek township. Mr and Mrs. Raymond Kuntz and children of Forest, Illinois, were guests Saturday at the George Bruellman home. Mrs. Kuntz Is a sister of Geo. They left for their home today. Loren and Kenneth Rutledge of Marysville, Missouri, arrived last week Wednesday evening at the home^or their sister, Mrs. C. A. Rochleau. They are planning to return here to live. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Ltodhorst, former resdents here have a new daughter, Vlda Mae, born Labor Day. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Skllltog were guests ori Sunday at this home and report them doing well Mrs. F. L. Miller received,word en Monday evening that an eldei.-lyco.usln passed away at her home In Ruthven while conversing with neighbors On the porch. Heart trouble was the cause of her death. Messrs, and Mesdames O. w. Engj strom and C. J. Helberg and daughter, Ivetta of Andes came Wednesday even- tog to the home of Harry Bunding arid attended the county fair Thursday. They returned hctae Friday. Arthur wildln, James Hood and Jfr. and Mrs. B. Montgomery of WacondS, South Dakota, came last week Wednesday to the former's parents,,Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Wildta. They attended .the county fair and returned home on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Eutichey arid the former's- mother, Mrs. Robert Rmi- chey were Called Sunday to the bedside of the Isrtter's father, W. H. Gardner of near Fremont. Mr. Gardner underwent a Serious operation and his condition is sTSffous. Ralph Simmons spent the week" end at the home of hfa sister, Mrs.. David King and on Suffday attended the" funeral of an aunt, Sirs. Charles Simmons West Bend! Mr* Simmons died) mday morning after being injured on Thursday night Iff aff suto accident. lola Lehman naff finished her course at the business cOU'ege* to Des Molnes and spept last wee&alftiiwne,-rMK-aml Fort Dodge Sunday evnlhg.' She' began work Monday ar tf stenographer for Ted Cutler & GoHQJany itf Des Motoes. Featuring Exlcusive Interpretatioiw ~ of the Bewitching New Paris Vogue* These glorious new Autumn -1930 Hflt Fashions.will.overwhelm you : witfcthek breath-taking beauty. The new^ilhouette.vereiens are •studies to elegance. The styles we feature are those of the leading Paris Houses. Popular prices. evening hi honor b{ MM<|s" G^flrftt Schutter and Eletha Zlmmenrtan be"- fdre their departure this week fat college. These two young ladies will off greatly missed by the members of the Endeavor. Mrs". H. B. Bell accompanied' her daughter, Mis. Ray Bffirber to the ifieetfiig" of the Rodman Presbyterian Aid society Wednesday. The meeting; wSs'lat the home of Mrs. Herbert J3ntd- ef. About sixty people attended the meeting. A delicious supper was served" bjr the" hostess. Tne Presbyterian Aid socletymet at ifhe'' church Wednesday afternoon and the president, Mrs. Wash .Harris, presidfel at the business meetulg". A social hour followed when a covered dish lunch was served. A good crowd, attendetf. The aid society will hold then- meetings at the church for' tn» next three" months. The ol'd friends of Welt Miller;' a former resident here, will be sorry tb hear of his" Illness In-a hospital to Des^ Motoes. He*had a stroke of paralysis' about two' months ago and bocame so much worse; that they took him to a hospital to-be cared for. 'Mr. Miller ,. . . 11.V. 4,1. ,«„„ nf r* laUlU-J, ±l»Cy Will CUOl/ VIOIV WA4**4 XKU0V can walk about with the use of a I A^ Haa g _Gapp a at Madeliaj Minne- cane. sota, before returning home- ore Tifed- Litle Phillip Mussman, who has been nesday. seriously ill at the hospltxl at AI-j d v ^rt entecteto- gona, having undergone an operation' and pneumonia set In, seems holding his own BO far. te c« a large number of relatives at a six o'clock dinner Monday evening in The Plum Creek Elevator lias its truck scales and dump installed and is ready for business again. We realize that patronage depends on prices paid .and service rendered. Get our prices on grain Save Money We can save you more money, than a co-operative station on gas and oil. No charge whatever for this service. It will pay you to see us about it if you live within ten miles of Plum Creek. Plum Creek Elevator Co. Mrs. Raymond Smith was called to Aurella Saturday by the serious illness of her mother, Mrs. Dawson, who had been here for a visit and just returned to her home last Tuesday. Tom Adams and crew of men consisting of Wade Ball, Stanley Reed, and Truman Turley are putting up a silo on a farm between Estherville and Jackson, Minnesota, this week. Miss Lena Gutknecht, who for a number of years, has taught In the grades to the McKlnley school at Mason City, left for that place Monday morning to take up her duties. George Kruger drove to St. Paul on Sunday and brought home Ma wife and two children who have been staying there the past two weeks on account of the illness of Mrs. Kruger's father. Peter Bruer, who runs the City OH truck here, was unable to work for n few days last week, on account of an ulcerated tooth. Dr. Murray extracted the tooth and he Is now able to work. Mrs. Addle Seymour, president of the Farmers & Drovers State Bank, was up from Algona Saturday to attend the burial services of August Og- ron, whose eon, Albert of Algeria, Is one of the directors of the bank. Among those from here who attended the Minnesota state fair last »"' were Mr. and Mrs. Anton and three sons, honor of several relatives:, who foes vi*- iting here. Those from: Illinois who were honor guests were; Mr, and: Mrs. A. J. Elbert, Mr. and MM. AY Jt Butler, Mil. and jMrs. Frank TJteohnM, Joseph Gangloff and chlldem; and Geq. tlves numbering about; BflVflaty-flve came for a visit. Prank Hundertmark' tiaeV' his silo filled Monday. The corn' cfcy ft rather short this year. John Munson took a load "of'chick- ens to Mason City Thursday for f Hakes Produce Company.' Miss Irma Salmon of" Llyenwore spending her vacation at the'home of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and'MrsV Wm Rfley. Mr. and Mrs. William Rffey ami Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Phillips of'Cedar Rapids-were business visitors-at LWerae Saturday. Mrs. E. M, Watson is very-uTa* her home. She Is an elderly lady- and lives alone. Mrs. Sarah Imhoff ifr caring for her. Mrs. George West was taken-Wi Fort Dodge Tuesday, where she was-oper- atcd on for appendicitis at therBospi- tal. She is getting along nicely, Miss Anna Christiansen retumed_to her home from Chicago Saturday*. S6e had been visiting relatives ntt tawt place and returned here to go Bay Miller, who Is school to Fort Dodge, . evening and Sunday a,t - - parents, Mr. and Mrs. Or |er. • , Charles Webster went ,toj!j»» again last week to tpe * Ago. f(i; ;;:_-;' k\ v ;.•; . •.. „ JWf w"fi8 receivek'iiere Tuesday that the .little" daughter; of-.Ed, Montag had ste~ppe"d <5ff a .piece :6f 'glass and was seriously HI. Seifum "was'¥dmhiisterpd and the chfld; became-seriously m at mice. 'They live at Sac City. .Mrs. John: Mbnttfg and Al Montag left for thatf place at once. The little; 'child seems to be" getting along nicely at ihttflme. - *_ •< Tne Royal Neighbor lodge sold, num- bers.for a quilt daring the past month. The quilt has been on display in Jensen's store window and was a very pretty one, all pieced and quilted, The numbers sold for twenty-five cents. The qufft was raffled off Saturday evening and Mrs. Edv Reeves held the lucky number. The lodge ladles real lze~a a rie*t' slum front the sale. Mr! and" Mrs. George_Montag :mov- ed'iiitb theff'flew home Thursday.jrhey Tecently purchased the homeof Mr. ; and Mrs. Joseph Schneider, who live on the William Anderegg farm. This will make Mr. and Mrs. Montag and family a nice'Home. ,Dr. and Mrs. I, J Weber, who Save been occupying the housel moveoT Into the one vacated Ky the Montag -family. Boffi homes J _'*O ) «.i~ i «_^. >,-v* i..* "-*•, ST, CECELIA'S PARISH will observe their morn'ing that he was very much hope tar recovery- , Rev, E, B, Zimmerman -anJi' ter, Eleth* left Monday auto for-Haattogs, NebT-™--^ Miss Eletl» wW enter the"OfllWSft take a coarse In nursing. Mrs. Zoe Sprake and'.ai ftttwJ coupe. He and' Forest City Saturday.. Mrs, Marthas Better of Algona wasj an over Sunday visitor wttb. Mrs. Alta Stiles and sons. Mrs. P. M: Ertakflfla Kent to Dakota City early last weete to eture for a sister who 1* very ill. Mrs. Upwleyj m»fch«r of Mrs. A- D. Lehmam of Chicago,, arrived Saturday morning- for- a visit. Mr, and: Mrs Hay Brown return home. Sunday from & flshtog trip northern. MtaHpaota. Ralph. LlnsBwaret and Donald l»n hatv& watered the Algona school as freshmsn this year j'ensenTand'husband. and surprisedi'Wwfc. Jensen. GOOD USED CARS 1930 Chevrolet coach J024 Ford sport coupe 1927 Chevrolet coach 1920 Dodge sedan 1923 Ford touring AIGONA AUTO MARKET SSUST^ TV »IV5* t *»*-•« «»«•* ****•" *— --• •• — *i"S\ baby and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Shipler- Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Falknw and two children returned to their home at Libertyviile, Illinois, last week after a few days' visit here at the home, of his parents, Mr. and M*». Joe Falfc- ner, and with his eistsr, Mrs. Alreok Bockholte near Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. John Steenhard, 8r., returned home Friday evening from Sibley, where they had gone to visit their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Lursen, who were lnJure.1 In an auto accident, while on their way here to-attend Sauerkraut Day. They found them much mproved, and able to leave' the hospital: r.Na. .^ drove to Stonx City Tuesds#'ft» a visit a th*i borne of their \»$»> Walter Mo FartSdl and wife. - 1»ey returned * \gp8t Bend Saturday.-. Mrs. Henry Satemwas ^pken to For _rod*e and operated' on Wednesda 1 morning for appsrwUcitte and a tumor She Is getting riong M well as car be expected. Tfte- ohiMren are at th John Baterni Jr:, home in Bode. Misses Mamweb Hayne and Geafe Schutter left? Sunday evening for — Mra, A. E. Clayton and family enjoyed a visit Sunday front her brother, James Peterson and 'wife of Minneapolis. .Charles Ltodhorst and Clyde Miller were at Duluth and other points in Minnesota last week on a vacation and fishing trip. Mrs. F. D. Soloman and son, Merrill of Spencer and Mrs. Stella Sabln of Algona were guests Tuesday at the Harry Sabln home, Fernley Runohey, Wm. Parsons and Clifford Worster drove to Pes Motoes Monday. Clifford remained to enter Drake University. V/MA4VBV V«*JB/ JV*f»» — -"w w •*' -year, both, having been graduated! from the high, school here with the efefts o 1830. DeW». Mae, little daughter of ,._ and Kfrs. O. .A. Maberry, w«ft very JW Saturday with Intestinal flu, She ha convulsions during the day-, but seemi to b# Improving now. Quite a num tar of small children are having th flu at this time. The Home study class of the Pres byterian Sunday Sohoo} met at th home of Mrs. Charles Dewltt Thursda September 4, instead of the regular meeting day. The lewpns of th month were read and. <h>eussed, Mr Zimmerman was the leader, The member; of the Christian En deavbf M4 a Wl«W loast '""— J - & Fall Festival OCTOBER Further Annotmeements to fee made later I Special Prices on Children's School shoes, High class footwear for boys, md girls, . .. .^ $1.39 /'• Boy»' larger «i w^-w^ IF- «V^» |3~* W^^WfF — «• if* tf V* -» IfP «l f *T»F r Men's heavy work |hoe» $2,79 e. S, Johnson Yarjety, hardware, groceries awd Meat, ^*i ! ^iW^^ ",»...

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