The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 17, 1930 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, September 17, 1930
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™Jr~lw >• *, *irvt *-; fhe Upper Pea Moine9-Reput)li6an, September 17, Five men Were laid oft of the sec* tion Saturday. Mr. Ryan of Algona spent Sunday at the W. L. Stott home. Miss Bernlce Godden attended the fair at Spencer Tuesday. Mrs. Fred Cook of Blue Earth called on friends here Monday. Mrs James ollem en'ortalned th'e Birthday Circle last Thursday. Rer. Coleman of Algona called at the home of Rev. Aten Thursday. C. S. Coffin is digging a well at the .A. G. Volentlne home this Week. Miss Zelba Parmkuk Is assisting ai the W. H. Steward home this week. Dr. and Mrs. Van Vrankin attended a veterinarians' picnic at Pilot Knob last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Clark spent Saturday night and Sunday at the O. K, Oraham home. The Queen Esther Girls met at the ohurch Saturday. They enjoyed a cov-' ered dish luncheon. Willis Phelps Is 111 with scarlet fever •and the home has been under quarantine since last week. . Mrs. Leonard Sheldon is assisting at the Marvin hotel the past week. Mrs. M. L. Vinaas has been ill. Rollin Rentz, who has been visiting with his brother, Alfred, at Rrokford, returned home last week. Mrs. Laura Pa'ne and dau<jlit«'*. Miss Marie of Algona spent Sunday evening at the W. T. Trainer home. Mr. and Mrs. Milo Brown and Mrs. Maymo Baker were guests at the E. O. Chlpman home here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Moyer and daughter were dinner guests at the Hans Koestler home Sunday. Rev. 8. H. Aten and Rev. S. M. Gladstone attended conference at Fonda Tuesday and Wednesday. Mrs. MacArthur and dnughter. Miss Jessie, left Monday for Ames aite spending two weeks here at the W. A MacArthur home. Mr. and Mrs. & J. Smith and son Richard, and Mrs. W. A. MacArthu fifSve to Minneapolis on a buslnes trip last Thursday. Mrs, Charles Olson is at the Chri Behrniahn home fearing for Mrs. Behr mann and little daughter, Who arrive on Wednesday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Lance Reibhoff wen to Des Molnes Saturday night to spen Sunday With a brother-in-law, who is ill at the Polydinlc hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Butler of Eag le Grove and Wyott Lyons and daugh tef of Blairsburg were guests of Mr and Mrs. F. O. Stow Sunday. Wesley Bernhardt, Fernley Bettln Raymond Blelch and Wendell Patter son will leave this week for Ame where they Will attend school. Tom Waffle of California, Harve: Waffle and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Waffle of Kendall, Wisconsin, are vis Itlng at the W. B. Pratt home. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Blsgard and Mr and Mrs. Edward Blsgard of Wheat ridge, California, arrived here Mondaj on business and to visit with friends. Mr. and Mrs. John Gerhardt, Miss Bculah Larson, and Mr. and Mrs. Jes Thorsen were dinner guests at the Henry Reiers home to Fenton Sunday evening. Mtefes Lena Bennett and Verna Stewart were dinner guests of Mis. Irene Aten Sunday. Irene left Tuesday for Storm Lake where she wll enter college. Miss Lulu Clifton left Monday for Phoenix, Arizona, afetr a visit here for several weeks at the home of her brother, Rev. J. E. Clifton and family [iss Clifton is a deaconess. Lloyd Schenck, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Schenck, won first prize to the boys' class at the county fan-. Donald Bierstedt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bierstedt, won the second flock. Mrs. Hallock stroke. died following a . A congregational meetms was held prize. lH?aso of Algona was present. Stow,' Mr. and'Mrs. E. E. Paine went Mrs. L. J. Schmidt and little son of to Clarion Monday of last week to at- Corwlth is visiting Mrs. Schmidt's par-1 tend the funeral of Mrs. H; B. Hal- ents, MT. and Mrs. Paul Moore. ' Mrs. F. L. Pratt end Marilda left «n Tuesday for Rockford, Illinois, where Marilda will enter a girls' college. Charles Coffin came down from Fox Lake and spent Friday evening with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Coffin. and Mrs. Chris motored to Cedar Falls Mid Mrs. Wilbert Richmond spent week end at her parental home, the Wm. Osborns. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Cage spent last week at Eldora visiting relatives and attending the fair. Nete Christensen Nielsen Waterloo last week end. They Vis* ited relatives and friends. Clarence Osborn returned horhe from Langdon, North Dakota, to his home Saturday evening. He and a party of three others boys from Fenton have been working in the harvest fields with a threshing gang. Misses Sadie and LuElla potter of John McDonald arrived home from Los Angeles, California, Sunday to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. P. McDonald. John will be married September 24th to Miss Pearl Kulp of Emmetsburg. • <-r •, Mrs. Maude Henna and Charles vis-1 T^ty.^ Home Guard g^ an d irec J. Q. Jam.bon at Aigoca Saturday. |«*_ jom eR sewick met at ;Mr. Jamison recently had a stroke. L f pearl ^1°^ Woltz jast Satur- Mrs. F. O. Stow and Mrs. James I day afternoon southeast of town. A /Bewick entertained' the U. and I. circle! good tune was enjoyed by all and a the former's home Thursday after-1 nice lunch served by Mrs. Woltz. • no0!1 ' I Mrs. C. W. Patterson gave a dinner Mrs. Rachel Lowe and grandchildren) Sunday to honor of her son, Wendell,! _ Joan and Dean Lowe of Algona spent who left this week for Ames. Those, or 'the week end here at the Leonard Shel-1 present were George and John Schroed-; [don home. I er .Wilfred Stewart, Myron Chlpman, . Mr. and Mrs,Lance Reibhoff and two Donal(1 Patterson and W° X* 1 ^'children moved here last week from Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Gaston of Phoenix, Arizona, came Saturday to visit Algona visited school Friday afternoon. Harriet Jensen and Mabel Hotnan returned with them to spend the week end. The Potter sisters leave next Sunday for Ames to attend Iowa State College. The Seneca high school boys played base ball with Fenton on the Fenton diamond Friday evening. Fenton was victorious by a large score. Sen?ca has a very poor diamond and has had little practice. Fans were surprised that they did as well as they did. Vernon Jenson, Lyle Osborn and Melvin Larson motored to Mankato On Saturday morning and returned Sunday. Vernon went to make preparation for resuming his study and college work afetr corn husking. Melvln visited his brother Everett, who is attending business college. Last week Thursday evening the sophomore class gave their annual ini- ;iation party to teach the freshmen _ few lessons in bravery. The litUe freshmen were blindfolded each in their turn and taken down a series of slides, etc. They were compelled to take off heir shoes and stockings and walk ver evergreen thorns and thistles. After this series of stunts each individual was called to the stage to per- orm some stunt. A luncheon of ice cream and cake was served and the emainder of the evening was spent t playing games. The freshmen re- urned home much wiser and happy to classed as a part of the high school jody. ;, w)th his farm southwest of town which is occupied fay Albert Wibben. Mrs. Fred Park and Mrs. Henry dud- erian and daughter, Jean, Were up from Algona last Tuesday visiting at the Frank Miller and F. W. Thaves homes. John Meyer, Jr., Was quite .111 on Saturday and under the doctor's care. Mr. Meyer suffers Considerably each year at this tune, being troubled with hay fever. LaVerne Liesveld arrived here last Tuesday morning from ColdWatei 1 , Michigan, for a visit at the home of his grandfather and aunt, John and Julia Liesveld. Mrs. H. H. Murray returned home from Forest City last week from the hospital with her infant' daughter, Kathleen Alice, The Murrays have one other child, a son, Dennis. Little Judith Schroder spent last The F. L. Zeigler family has a new Pontiac car. Mrs. Milo Rentz and children of Algona visited Sunday at the H. L. Potter home. • LuVerne. Mr. Reibhoff is working 'the section. „" , ' • A number of Boy Scouts from here attended a court of honor at Swea City r Monday night, where several received children returned to their home at Calmar Sunday after visiting relatives for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Riddle and children: are home from Fairmont, where they • have been working in a canning factory. with Mrs. Gaston's mother, Mrs. Carrie Meinzer. Mrs. Metozer has been 111 for some time and .was taken .to the hospital at Rochester, Minnesota, the first Of the week. bratedvtheB _,„ ary on Tuesday of last week by-holding open house to their frlerds. Their six children were all home for the occasion and many old friends called on them to congratulate them. They received many nice presents and all wisn them many happy returns of the day. also visitors at the Morris home. Mrs. Robert Runchey and son, Chas. and wife and baby returned home on unday morning from Moravia. They were called there the previous Sunday bedside of the former's fath- ionday, following two serious oper- tions. Cards were received here Thursday jmouncing the birth of a son to Mr. For Service NEW AGAIN IN APPEARANCE THERE is much more wear—much more pleasure in many of last season's topcoats and overcoats and, of course, suits, hats, neckties, gloves and ecarrs. That is, after our expert cleaning and repairing. Don't be one of those who lose fully one-third of the possible wear in their clothes. You notice a few spots that show signs of wear and think that the garment "is through." After we patch, re-inforce, mend, add new pockets, cuffs, buttons and button-holes, you will be pleasantly surprised at the new appearance. nad Mrs. Charles WInandy in Chicgao >n September 10. This makes Mr. and Jrs. John Simon grandparents for the Tst time. Mrs. Simon and son, John, and nephew, Mr. Andre, expect to leave this week end for a visit in Chicago. The writer recently learned of the death of Fred Manning, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. John Manning, former residents here, but now of Idaho. They noved from Monango, North Dako*, four years ago. Fred and wife eft Monango, last fall to live in Idaho. Fred fell ill enroute with typhoid fever and after two months was taken to the home of his parents, but he never regained his health and passed away six weeks ago. The Ladies' Aid society met last Wednesday with Mrs. Allen Wood with the Good Hope ladies present. The losing side of the Bible verse contest served the winning side, A very pleasant afternoon was spent. Mrs. B. F. Modern Dry Cleaners Phone 537 Remember particularly the unusual work of our hat cleaning department. Economy A friend of mine got married last week and says he has the most economical wife in the county. The morning after they were married he thought she might need a little money so he handed her a $5.00 bill. She reached into her purse, and handed him back $2.00 in change This man was used to buying $5.00 shoes at Nevilles and saving $1.50 to $2.00 on each pair so naturally was much pleased with his wife's economy. A man with an economical wife and an economical store to trade at will surely save money and get rich. This week we have a new lot of ladies' $5.00 slippers to sell at $2.98. You save $2.00 on each pah-. They are new styles to straps and pumps, Everglads In Black and leaf brown, all sizes and by far the best quality we ever put in the $2.98 window. Our regular line of $2.98 dress slippers will now be closed out at $2.50. Ladies rubbers at 45c. 600 pairs of school oxfords and straps for boys and girls, sizes up to number two at $1.49. The regular $1.50 strap slippers for girls will now go at 98c. They are dressy and wear real well. Jimmie Neville The Ed., L. R. and D. S. WJldin spent Sunday at the home Jessie Boyington, at Clarion. The Wm. Runchey family spent Sunday with the Charles Morris family at Morrison, the Wm. Greenfield family at Irvtogton and the John Ulfers anally at Fenton, formerly here were week at the home of her aunt, Mrs. A. L. Sorensen, at Buffalo Center, while her parents were in northern Minnesota on a fishing trip. Dr. G. Dolmfcgc was over from Buffalo Center Friday and assisted Dr. R. L. Williams in operating on Mrs. F. G. Krall and Mrs. George Heetland for the removal of their.tonsils. Mr. and Mrs. Loyal Gingerich and children were Algona visitors Saturday. They were accompanied home by the parents of Mr. Gingerich, Mr. and Mrs. L. Gingerich, who live at Algona. The members of the M. E. church enjoyed a picnic dinner at the church parlors Sunday, at which time they gave the various church reports as this was the close of the church year Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Shlpler and children were at Burt last week on Tuesday where they attended the golden wedding anniversary of Mrs. Shlp- ler's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Reynolds. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Farrow and Henry Farrow left early Sunday morning for Colorado Where they expect to spend about a week taking in the sights at Denver and other points In the state. Miss Bernlce Whiter, who is employed hi Chicago, and who has been spending a two weeks' vacation here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Winter, left Saturday to again take up her duties in the city. The W. H. Duncan family returned home last Tuesday evening from Le- Seuer, Minnesota, where they had attended the funeral of Mr. Duncan's brother,, who had been killed at Montgomery, Iowa, while working on a high line. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kienitz and little son of Titonka were here Saturday visiting at the F. W. Kientia home. It is understood that the Kienitz family will move here next March 1 and live on the farm west of town now occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Schissel. feftaasa^^ WHITE'S"^ Satur t, A-B-C, per sack— -BLUING, pint bottle, 2 for CORN, Golden Kernel, 3 cans -.. ONIONS, Yellow ten pounds for -. 1, .I5c .39c 19c SOAP, P. & ten bars for AND BEANS, , three cans for —. te -..—i«*, SALMONj Tall pink, two cans —»,—^<.- a ,., APRICOTS or PEACHES size,. 2 for —, -^ —>- 29c 38c WEST BEND NEWS. Miss Ida and Oscar Riley spent Sunday evening Rolfe. visiting relatives near Mr. and Mrs. John Munson and son, Johnnie, spent Sunday at Rolfe wltii relatives. Mrs. Jerry Schutter has been on the 1UJL 1JJSII I 'UUU TW* at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. George Besch are the proud parents of a ten pound son born Saturday evening, September 13. Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Munson and family spent Sunday at the home of his brother, Ben Munson and family near Rolfe. Mrs. Ina Nylen went to Wesley on Monday morning where she will work for a time. She spent the summer at Camp Foster at Spirtl Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Montag and son, Bernard drove to -Carroll Tuesday and spent the day at the home of the former's brother, Ed. and family. Vern Krug and Oscar Riley drove to Iowa City Thursday to see Chas. Webster who is in a hospital at that place. They found him very ill. Mr. and Mrs. Giles Geist were callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. White Sunday, They drove on to Mallard to visit at the Peter Smith home. who were here for the funeral of Mrs Emll Anliker. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Comer of Plover drove to West Bend Saturday after Miss Jennie Comer and Irene Doyle who have been spending a few days at the Fred Comer home. Miss Comer plans to leave for her home In Oklahoma City, the last of this week Mrs. George Montag and Miss Adeline Halverson drove to Estherville on Friday afternoon to spend the week end with Mrs. Gilbert Pullen. Pullen will be remembered as Miss Margaret Vincent, a former teacher here. She roomed at the George Montag home. Mr. and Mrs. John Clampitt and daughters, Marjo'rie and Betty, of Emmetsburg, were calling on old friends here Saturday evening. Mr. Clampitt drove the truck for the Standard Oil Company while he lived in West Bend. He moved to Emmetsburg this summer. Rev. E. E. Zimmerman returned on Thursday from Hastings, Nebraska, where he took his daughter, Eletha, to enroll to the college there. He returned home by way of Omaha and spent Wednesday night at the home of his son, Vernon, who Is married and lives there. Mr. and Mrs, J. C. Scurr and daughter, Nancy, drove to Iowa City Saturday. Mr. Scurr remained at the hos- >ltal to' be under observation before icing operated on for appendicitis. Mr. Scurr Is principal of the high school lere and his many friends hope for his recovery soon. The Woman's Home and Foreign missionary society will meet at the lome of Mrs. E. E. Zimmerman Frilay afternoon, September 19. Mrs. H. A. Sloan will be assistant hostess. A good program "The Outlook for the Year" will be given. After the program a lunch will be served by ths hostesses. Everyone Is welcome. Mrs. Ed. Stattleman is very 111 with intestinal flu. : She was burned a week ago with, hot water and that, makes severe. ~ ' She spilled a pail of hot water on one fool and part of the leg. The burn was deep and she has been on crutches since. Mr. Stattleman and the children are caring for "her and doing the work. Mr. and Mrs. Wflliam Riley land daughter. Miss Ida, and Mr. and Mr? Horns Phillips, who are visiting at the Riley home, drove to Rolfe Thursday afternoon. They visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Harr and found Mrs. Harr able to be about the house. Mrs. Harr was badly tojurec to an auto accident the week previous Her many friends will be glad to hear that she is improving. The relatives and neighbors of the Henry Mjontag family gathered at their home Tuesday evening. The affair wa a farewell surprise on Bernard Montag, who was soon to leave for another year at college. The evening was s£ent with garnets, cards and a social evening for everyone. Bernard left Thursday evening for Louis, where be and six were read by Mesdames Wood,.G. W. Brown, and W. L. Martin. dividend checks to depositors, LAKOTA NEWS ™%3%®&^^ Little John Wortman was on the sick list last Sunday. Some of the corn was damaged last Friday evening by hail storm here. Mr. and Mrs. John Steenhard, Sr. spent a few days last week visiting relatives in Franklin county. The Chris Asmussen family left on Sunday morning for several days' visit with relatives at Sioux City. Mr, and Mrs. W. E. Gutknecht and Miss Emma Gutknecht were Mason City visitors one day last week. The Ladies' Missionary society of the Presbyterian church had guest day at the church parlors last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. T. V. Adams are enjoying a visit from Mrs. Adams' grandfather, John Stanton of Mason City. Mrs. Chas. A. Winter and her daughter-in-law, Mrs. R. A, Winter, visited relatives at Algona last Wednesday. Mrs. Floyd Koepke drove to Algona Saturday evening, taking Miss Bernice Winter down to take the train for Chiago. The John Grlese and Fred Schroder families returned home Saturday night from a fishing trip in northern Minnesota. Henry Satern drove to Fort Dodg Saturday and brought his wife horn from the hospital. Mrs. Satern had an operation for appendicitis the wee previous. The Methodist Ladies' Aid met a the country home of Mrs. George Ja cobs Wednesday afternoon. A goot crowd of ladles drove out to enjoy pleasant afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hundertraar BANCROFT NEWS. THE SHOE MAN Miss Audrey Hastings and Thaves sisters were visitors at Henry Schutter home at Buffalo Center Friday evening. Mrs. Wm. Schroder, Jr., and three daughters visited Sunday afternoon at the home of her mother, Mrs. Anna Coupanger at Elmore. E R. Reese returned to his home Saturday at Cedar Falls, after spending several days nere looking after his farm west of town. Gus Potthoff was ever from Bancroft Friday on business connected J.._|~_ ... -—.. —«t« «.**». *-t<4*4A jraiUAUCAUJAtV during the are the proud parents of a new son born Monday, They now have thre< sons and a daughter. Mrs. Gerhart i the nurse to charge. Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Phillips return ed to their home at Cedar Rapids Frt day morning. They spent two weeks visiting at the home of their ol friends, Mr. and Mrs. William Riley. Rev. and Mrs. E. E. Zimmerman drove to Rodman Saturday evenln and enjoyed the fried chicken supper served by the Aid society of the church They report a large crowd to attend ance. Miss Jennie Comer of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, came Tuesday for a visit at the home of her brothers, Walter and Fred Comer. She had been a Mallard attending the funeral of their Brother. Rev. and Mrs. E. E. Zimmerman and daughters, Harriet, and Margaret, drove ;o Emmetsburg Friday afternoon to attend the fair, The rain that evening spoiled the evening for the crowd al -he rodeo. W. H. Daubendlek and Ear] Cobb built a miniature golf course, the past week. It is located between the Union block and Dr. Weber's office. The course drew a good crowd at the opening Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. J. Jacobs and children drove to Estherville Saturday afternoon. On Sunday they drove into Minnesota and back to Depew. They were visiting relatives at these places. They returned home on Sunday evening. Mrs. Sam Banwart entertained Rev. Dave Mangold of Roanoke, ttjtools, and Rev. Noah Shrock of Oakvllle, Illinois, at a dinner Monday evening. They the the are ministers of the Apostolic church, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Kramer are the proud parents of a baby boy born September 13th. Mr, and Mrs. Leo Zanke and son spent Sunday, at the G. A. Thompson home at Lone Rock. L. Bierbrough, two daughters and son of Goldfleld were visiting at the Henry Fox home Sunday. Raymond Brink and Neil Garry left Sunday for Omaha, where they wUl attend Creighton College. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Underkofler of Belmond spent a few days last week at the Frank Recker home. Mr. and Mrs. John McDonald and children of Swea City were visiting at the W. A. Murray home Friday. Tom Quinn left Sunday for Omaha after several weeks' visit at the home of his mother, Mrs. Bridget Quinn. The Misses Colette, Floretta and Bertha Welp spent Friday, Saturday and Sunday with relatives to Waterloo. P. M. Schiltz and daughter, Reglna and Julia and son, Raymond spent the week end with relatives at Rock Valey, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Spencer of Mason City are visiting at the home of the tatter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tec Klein. Mr. and Mrs. N. J. daughter, Mildred and Schiltz and Mrs. LeRoy Schiltz were visitors at Fairmont on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. John tang and children of Buffalo Center were vlsittag «t the home of the lady's sister, Miss Lena Schluttner. Mrs. Mike Sandt and daughter, Elda, left- Tuesday for Dubuque and other Iowa points for a two weeks' visit with relatives and friends. George Cassey of Denver left Thursday for Fairmont, where he will visit with relatives after a week's visit at tiie Henry Fox home. Mrs. M. A. Baunders entertained a few ladles at bridge Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Peter Berens won .high score and Mrs. John Williams tecond high. , Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bunkers of Cherokee spent Sunday at the'homes of the former's sisters, Mrs. Henry Delt- ering and Mrs. P. J. Schiltz and families. • '''V M4ke Droessler la driving a new Chevrolet Sedan and A. A. Droessler is driving a new DeSoto sedan since the latter part of the week, purchased of the Motor Sales Company. The Henry, Charles and Joe Fox families and L. Bierbrough and family; Mrs. Bridget Quinn and daughters, Julia and Margaret, attended a family reunion at Interlaken Park Sunday. Mrs. Francis* ReUman, son Lawrence and daughter, Rose, ; of New Vienaa spent last week with their sons; and brothers,! Leo, John, Florian and daughter and sister, Mrs. Andrew 1 man. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Pearson 1 Mr. and Mrs. Verne Austin spent Sunday at Mankatc, where] visited their daughter and sister,, Pearson, who is attending commd college there. Mrs. Phillip MeBurney of Bio. ton! Indiana, is visiting at the of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Berens and with other relatlv friends. She will be better reme ed as Miss Kate Berens befon marriage." Dr. and Mrs. Ed. -Howe and Eugene Erickson and daugh... bel and Margaret Howe; attend services of the laying of the stone of the new Methodist chu Buffalo Center Sunday. Rev. Howe, the pastor, is the son and Mrs. Howe. A reunion "of the HeUman was held Sunday at the Andrew! man home. Those present John, Florian and Leo Hell Hies, Mr. and Mrs.. Henry daughter, Bertha, Mr. and Scholtes and daughter, Frank; HeUman and Mrs.: man, son Lawrence and daught of New Vienna. ~ Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ru Rustemeler and Miss rrieler left; Thursday for Ne Illinois, for a visit with relatlj latter, who has been'visiting the past several months, there. On the return trip stop at Bellevue, Iowa, and Mlrs. Rustemeter's slstetr, 3 Hater and other relatives. ANTHRACITE BlTUM'NOU5 ocr M» amoe SUMMER] ss V You should place your orders for Coal Now. Just call 229. YARD AND SATISFIES* Dance to the music of The Moonlight Orchestra an eight piece band which has been playing all summer at the Rose Garden to Chicago. I, 0. 0, F, Hall, Friday Night, flept, 19 Fall Footwea; Timely Is the word describing new Fall Tie. The Yorker- Made of Java Brown and Black Satin Kid, mod to harmonize. Made on our pepf ect fitt, 243 last, 18-8 spike heel Only one of the many New Fall Styles that are showing, that have style in eyery step, \:: ' Hosiery to Hatch, BrownellShoe

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