The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 8, 1930 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, October 8, 1930
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"""— -T: The Upper Des Moines-Eepublican, October 8,1930 Feiiton Pastor Resigned Because of 111 Health. Rev .and Mrs. E'. * returne d Monday evening •from the annual conference at Storm P n accoiint of Ul health Rev. *£ te compelled to leave the service 4th e church and is undecided at e , where the y wm mak e tnett permanent hom'e. During the time Kev. ana Mrs. Gerkln have been residents of Penton they have made warm places for themselves in the hearts of our people and it is with regret that we see them leave. Rev. Gerkin was always Intersted in community welfare and. especially in our young people. Through him a Boy Scout order was organized and he was the active leader until HI health and ministerial duties forced him to resign his position. Burt Folks Are Off For Florida Visit. Hurt, October 7. Special: — Mrs. D. E. Pitch and son, Avery, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hofius to Sterling, Illinois, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Hoflus and George A. Gra- liam are driving to St. Petersburg, Florida. Mrs. Pitch will visit her par- ients, Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Stone, a week and will then go to Daytona Beach, Florida, with Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Ashling to visit with Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Oraham, who moved to Florida two years ago. %8WXW^^ SENECA NEWS Wesley Netos Items The junior class has begun to practice their play, "The Purplue Tantrum" which they expect to give in the near future. Nels Christiansen and Miss Gladys Buerkins and Irene Madden spent the week end visiting at Waverly and Waterloo Miss Pauline ~Osborn, who is a sophomore at Iowa State Teachers' College, spent the week end at her parental nome here. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Dahl went to Tlochester last week Wednesday. Mrs. "Dahl is to go through the clinic there. She has been ailing for the past year. Mr. and Mrs. Alton Ferguson and family visited Mr. Ferguson's brother, Thomas, at Vincent, and his sister, Mrs. Charles Nelson at Humboldt on Sunday. Arnold Overbee of Mankato, Minnesota, spent the week end visiting Vernon Jensen. They are college chums, "both attending Mankato Business College last year. Ralph Loge of Irvington and Elmer Dye of Mason City drove to Waterloo last week Tuesday to attend the cattle congress. They returned home on Wednesday night. A vote is being taken in the high school to see whether the school will be closed two weeks for corn husking Vi, cation. At the present the affirmative votes are In the lead. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Osborn and Mrs. John Osborn drove to Hollandale last week Wednesday. They brought back a few bushels of potatoes with them. They report about a half a crop there this year. The Wm. and Lartdn Osborn, Joseph Anderson'and George Ooetsch threshing company gave a party for their threshing crew at the Joe Anderson home. Refreshments of Ice cream, and ..Cftke were served to all. Mr. and .Mrs. Wm, Osborn, Mrs. n,awrenc6 Saxton of Swea City, Mrs. 'Wilbert Richmond of Armstrong and ^Larkin Osborn of Winnebago, Minnesota, drove to Waterloo last week Thursday and returned Sunday.'They Visited Mr. Osborn's sister, Mrs. T. F. Turner'at La Porte City, and also attended the cattle congress. The annual Norwegian Lutheran Harvest or Mission festival was held on Sunday at the church. The morning services began at ten-thirty, Prof. Roe of Decorah, giving the sermon. Dinner was served at noon by the ladles' aid in the church basement. The afternoon services began at two o'clock '.with Prof. Roe again delivering the sermon. The "mission collection am; 6unted 'to around eighty dollars. Many people from Graettlnger, Ringsted and Supervisor and Mrs. Olaf Funnemark and family attended. Study Club Met— A postponed meeting of the Study club was held Thursday, Otober 2, at the Meu'rer home. Nine members responded to roll call by paying their annual dues. A very interesting letter from Mrs. IrWtti Edle of Rudd was read by Margaret Daughan who gave a well prepared paper on "Family Finances, Budgets, etc." and directed a general discussion on the budget question, following the paper. Several of the club members are already using the budget systern and the subject proved most interesting. The Study club was organized in 1927, and was federated in 192.1. The club flower is the sweet pea, the colors, green and white. Meetings are Called to order promptly at two-thirty p. m. on alternate Thursdays. Besides the nine members present, there are six honorary members which Include Mrs. Wi A .Drewelow of Omaha, i H. E. Whyte of Klemme, Mrs. Leon Smith of Port Dodge, Mrs. Irwin Edle of Rudd, Mrs, Vern Roberts of Emmetsburg and Mrs. Viggo Kiilsholm. Family Reunion— H. J. Braley, wife and Ethel, drove So Forest) City Sunday where a family reunion was enjoyed at the Tony Rasmussen home. Those who were present were the Braleys, the Rasmus- sens, the Carl Emmons family of Emmons, Minnesota; Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Isaacs and Barbara of Des Molnes, and the mother, Mrs. George Emmons of Albert Lea. Mr. and Mrs. Isaacs left later in the day for Rochester where Mr. Isaacs expected to go through the clinic there this week. She has been instructor .in piano and pipe organ at Drake University of Des Moines for a number of years, but on account of her health not being up to par at present, is enjoying a year's leave of absence; Family Dinner— Grandpa and Grandma Lease were host and hostess to a family dinner given Sunday at their home when all their children and grandchildren in this community came home to spend the day. In all there were twenty present to partake of the sumptuous dinner which Mrs. Lease had prepared and useless to say, all did Justice to the wonderfully prepared dinner. Those who were present were the Wm. Walker, Ed. Studer and Vernon Studer families of Corwlth, Gladys Izzard of Corwith, the A. M. and L. L. Lease families of Wesley. The Leases have one other daughter, Mrs Rufus Johnson of Battle Creek, Michigan. High School Notes— The high school Juniors are busy picking out a clss play which they plan to give in November. Last Thursday evening the freshmen class treated the sophomore class to a weiner roast which was held on the school house grounds. After the big eats, the forty freshmen and sophomores present played games and sang songs by the light of the fire. Joseph Hanl'g, son of Mr. and-Mrs. George Hanig, south of town, entered school Monday and will do work in the seventh grade. In the spelling contest which the sixth, seventh and eighth grades are competing, the eighth grade is in the lead with the sixth grade next. George, returned home Tuesday of last week from Holsteih, Nebraska, where they had gone to attend the funeral of her sister, Mrs. Maggie Hamburger. Mr. and Mrs. Whyte of Gushing spent Saturday night at the home of Rev. and Mrs. 0. H. Moore. On Sunday they drove on to Klemme to be present for the dedication of the new Methodist church of which their son, Harry is minister. Dr. Leon Smith of Port.Dodge and Paul H. Anderson of Harcourt, were Wednesday supper guests at the L. H. Klelnpeter home. Mr. Anderson is a candidate for congressman of the Tenth district, running on the democratic ticket. Mrs. Luella McPherson-Olson suffered a heart attack last Wednesday which left her hi a serious physical condition. A trained nurse from Mason City came the same day and has been caring for her. Mrs. Hattie Price has been assisting with the housework. Mrs. B. F. Pelt was hostess to her bridge club Thursday afternoon. Prizes ire not awarded to the high scorer, but Instead the scores are all listed and at the end of the season's meetings, the four high will be honored at some entertainment furnished by the low score winners. Clare Kunz returned to Minneapolis Thursday after a week spent with tome folks. Miss Audra Benton, who had been home the past week, returned with him and expects to be employed in the cities having resigned her position with the Maine Insurance company at Owatonna. Mr. and Mrs. James Hodges of Van Hook, North Dakota, returned home Thursday after threj; months spent hi North Dakota. Mr. Hodges spent considerable time attending to business matters while Mrs. Hodges was confined to a hospital in Bismarck, where she submitted to an operation. Mrs. John Carey of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, arrived Monday morning for a week's visit' with- her sister, Mrs. Chas. Kraus. From here she will go to Omaha to visit another sister, Mrs.- L. J. Evans, and then back to Sioux Falls to continue her course at a hospital there specializing in x-ray work. An Epworth League rally was held at the church Sunday evening and light refreshments were served at six- thirty. The meeting was conducted under the leadership of Miss Maurlne Hanson and the subject for discussion was "Planning What to Do." Several members of the league gave talks. Mr. and Mrs. R. B Hopkins who have been on a month's trip to Boston atr tending the station agents' convention, returned home Sunday night. They took occasion to visit many of the old historic places of interest and spent some time with friends who live in cities between here and Boston. Fred Snyder and wife of Chicago who own the farm tenanted by Joe Miller, spent several days over the week end with the Joe Miller, Jim Cooney and Charles Kerrins families. Mrs. Kerrins and Mr. Snyder were schoolmates together at Chatsworth In days gone by. They ..left Monday morning for (&et®cxi®ci8&i^^ KRAFT-MISBACH COMPANY IfpBEM E w>^ at Algona, Iowa Sale Starts Thursday, October 9th at 9 A. M. ALL PRICES WRECKED! WE QUIT FREE! A man's fine suit of Clothes Given Away FREE Sat. Oct. 25 AFTER THIRTY-THREE YEARS IN BUSINESS EVERYTHING GOES. KRAFT-MISBACH Algona, Iowa. &a&&&8BB88833^^ Free Vote with every $1.00 purchase on a man's suit of clothes. &38&&XO^^ Supervisor Olaf Funnemark and W.-their home. J. Frimml spent several, days Jast week | orville Moore had the misfortune last In attendance at the cattle congress at week ,-ruesday to fall from the pony WTnlnwImt • • . _ ,' __.*'___ _ . *^ _ v Waterloo, , Mr. and 1 Mrs.-^ack'-' Studer mother, Mrs. Wm. Luken, to Boone the latter part of last week where she will visit with another daughter, Mrs. Joe 8 can! an. Cashier Guy M. Butts, Editor W. W. Sturdivant and John Amesbury and their wives drove to Boone Sunday to spend the day on a picnic outing at the Ledges Park. Dr. Bushnell, who is connected with Morningside College at Sioux City, spent Monday here looking after interests in connection wih their farm tenanted by L. A. B. Nattress. Mr. and Mrs. William Henderson and James drove to Des Molnes Sunday to meet her sister, Miss Edna Metrz of Kansas City, who will spend a week visiting at the Henderson home. Mr. and Mrs. V. Froelich and granddaughter, Genevieve, and Mr. and Mrs. George Penny and two children of Winnebago, Minnesota, were enertain- ed at the' Julius Kunz home Sunday. Miss Catherine Hildman and son, Batteries Batteries Batteries We Have Them Think of it—a genuine Ford 13-plate, rubber encased 80 amper battery for only $7.00 and your old battery, This battery is guaranteed for 15 months and wo wii ffladly install the new battery free of charge. This battery will fit eighty per cent of all cars and is ideal for the radio. Kent Motor Co. was riding which resulted in a badly -. sprained left' hand. It began to swell immediately and it was thought at. first the bone was broken. An x-ray taken at the Algona hospital that day revealed that it was a bad sprain. He is carrying his hand in splints. The text book, "From Jerusalem to Jerusalem," was finished at the last meeting of the Women's Foreign Missionary meeting held at the G. C. Giddings home last Friday. Other books for next year's study, "The Cloud of Witnesses," were handed out to the various leaders. The next meeting will be held the last Friday in October. E. A. Studer and Mr. Donlan of Excelsior, Minnesota, spent from Wednesday morning until Saturday morn- Ing at the Nathan Studer home. Ed. spent part of his time here attending to business in connection with his farm south of town. Mr. Donlan is the father of Mrs. Ralph Studer, who is married to a son of the Ed. Studers. Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Braley have received/ word from itihelr daughter 4 , Mrs. Albert J. Mumma, that she and her son, Jerry, have moved from Long Beach, California, to Bremerton, Washington, where the U. S. S. Saratoga will be in dry dock for two monhs. Her husband has been promoted from the rank of ensign to lieutenant on the battleship. I Miss Mary Richter was operated on If or double mastoid at the Mercy hos- 'pital at Fort Dodge Saturday. She is getting along as nicely as can be expected. Miss Dorothy Haverly, who Is .also In training there, came home with Mr. Richter Sunday morning for a few hours' visit with her parents. returning in the afternoon with the Dodge to see their daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Studer were made grandparents twice and great; grandparents once, all within a week recently. A ten pound son was born to Mr and Mrs. E. A, Studer of Holdfast, Canada, and a ten pound son was born to Mr, and Mrs. J. P. Studer on October 1, On October 3, a daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Studer at Excelsior, Minnesota. Superintendent and Mrs. Swanson attended the schoolmasters' meeting held at Bancroft! Saturday night/. Plans were made for the coming year and officers were elected. Superintendent Howard of Grant township was elect- president and Superintendent Belken of Fenton, secretary-treasurer. Superintendent Logan of Swea City was named vice president for the north half and Superintendent Tidman of Titonka, vice president for the south half of the county. Bishop Edmond Heelan of Sioux City was present Sunday at the St. Joseph's Catholic church and was instrumental in confirming seventy-seven children and nine adults. This Is one of the largest classes ever to be confirmed into the church. He was assisted by Rev, Fisch of Bancroft, Rev. Stunn of Ledyard, Rev. Demuth of Buffalo Center, Rev. Loeffelholtz of St. Benedict and Father Wessllng of Wesley. Mr, and Mrs. L. H. Klelnpeter were chosen as sponsors for the class. Authorised Ford Diateiv Algonft, Iowa, Nwrt to Ameris* to America, Great Britain has the highest proportion of medical practitioners, compared to population, of any CQUPtry In the world, >&&nffnx^^ P. A. Lonergan attended to business matters at Clarion last week. Hans Boderius, the mechanic at the Delterlng Garage, has been on the sick list the past week. Ed. Brink attended a Briardale grocers' dinner held at the Algona Country Club Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Anderson of Swea City spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. Eugene Erlckson. Mrs. George Vandee spent the week end at her home here. She Is working in a cafe at Armstrong. Miss Leona Keller was on the sick list last week and was unable to teach school Thursday and Friday. Miss Marion Thurn, principal of the Bancroft high school, spent the week end at her home at Manchester. Mr .and Mrs. Al Fuchs and sons, Robert and Billy spent Sunday at the Maurice Wichen home at Elmore. Miss Marcella Hatten left last week for Granville for a visit at the Nick Gaul home and with other relatives. Mr. • and Mrs. H. E. Janvrin and children of Webster City spent Saturday afternoon with Bancroft friends. J Miss Ruth Hallett one of the teachers at the Seneca school spent the weefe end with her friend Miss Helen Bryden. Mr. and Mrs. William Quinn are. the proud parents of a baby girl born on Tuesday, September 31. She was named Patricia Eileen. Mrs. Bridget Quinn returned Thursday from Streator, Illinois, where she attended a funeral and visited with relatives and friends. A. W. Kennedy returned from the Twin Cities Friday where he went to do the holiday buying for the Kennedy department store. Gene Wolfe and Richard TJnderkofler returned from Chicago Thursday Where they hauled a load of chickens for the Welp Produce Company. Frank Mescher of New Vienna is visiting with his daughter, Mrs. Clem Dlers and his son, F. H. Mescher and families. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Sankey and Hazel Sankey left Saturday for Princeton, Illinois, for a visit with relatives and friends. Rev. and Mrs. C. E. Bryden drove to Shellsburg Sunday where the former had charge of a funeral service of a friend Monday. Mrs. Farncis Bradley and children returned from Fountain Head, Tennessee, Friday, where she spent the past six weeks at her home. Mrs .Henry Blocker and son, Arthur, returned from Wisconsin, "where they visited at the home of the former's sister, Mrs. Martin Dlers and family. The base ball game played on the local diamond Tuesday between the Bancroft and Burt high school teams was won by the former, the score being 8 to 7. Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Devlne and son, Emmet, spent the week end at Sigourney where they attended the wedding of the former's brother. Emmett acted as best man. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Menke returned last week from a three months' trip spent in North and South Dakota,. Illinois and Minnesota visiting with relatives and friends. The first Forester card party and dance was held at the C. O. F. hall on Monday evening, October 6. Music for the dance was furnished by Frank Menke and his orchestra of Fairmont, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hellman entertained seven tables of five hundred on Sunday evening. Mrs. J. F. Menke and F. H. Mescher won high scores and Mrs. F. X. Mescher and Frank Mescher of New Vienna low scores. Mr. Schrader of Burt received the contract to haul the mail over the new star route. In the morning the mail arrives at the usual time, 9:55 a. m. and goes out at 4:40 p. m. It is hoped that a definite schedule will soon be fixed. Miss Helen Wilkinson is enjoying a two weeks' vacation from her duties as office girl at Dr. Devine's .office. She will visit friends at Mankato a few days and will then go to Gillespie, Illinois, for a visit with her father and other relatives. Mr, and Mrs. A. A. Droessler and eon Harold, returned Saturday from Sebeka, Minnesota, where they visited the termer's sisters, Mrs,, Lindon White and Mrs, Kftdow, They also visited with Mrs. Proessler'e brother, Mescher, at 6t. Paul, A class of fifty-five received the sacrament of confession at St. John's Catholic church Saturday afternoon, Bishop Edmond Heelan, D. D. of Sioux City, administering the sacrament. Out of town priests present were: Rev. Sturm of Armstrong, Rev. De Muth of Buffalo Center and Rev. Loeffelholta of St. Benedict. The first series of meetings 'for the Superintendents and high school teachers of Kossuth county was held at the Bradley club rooms Saturday evening. The wives of the superintendents and the Bancroft grade teachers were the guests. After the banquet which was served at six-thirty, the guests attended the new theatre while the superintendents discussed matters in connection with school work and athletics. LONE BOCK NEWS. ®ayxxx&y&x^^ G. W. Flalg came home from Rochester Sunday. Fred Lavrenz of Burt was in town on a business mission Friday. Elmer Smith of Swea City was transacting business in town Monday. Carl Wiener came home last Wednesday from the Fairmont hospital. Oscar Blanchard of Titonka visited at the J. M. Blanchard home Sunday. Fred LleWs brother from Sioux Falls, South Dakota, visited with him last week. ; Mr. and Mrs. Bert Carr of Swea City were business callers here last Tuesday. » Hulda Worthington was operated on for appendicitis Saturday morning at her home. The Sunday School class of Miss Aiice Angus held a party at the church Friday night. Mrs. A. D. Newtfrough went to Humboldt last week Saturday to visit with relatives. The town Is putting in sewer traps at all tile intakes. Henry Fisher is doing the work. L. C. Nemmers and E. C. Hancher of Algona were visitors at the Rice home last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Enos Worthington of Mallard visited his mother, Mrs. Geo. Worthington Sunday. Mr .and Mrs. Lester Johnson went to Quimby Saturday to visit with Mr. and Mrs. John Sones. Fred Haack and family attended a birthday party to Fenton Tuesday night in honor of Mrs. W. Haack. Mrs. John Sprank vlsted the Leo Seefeldt family at Dexter, Minnesota, from Monday to Thursday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flalg returned some Sunday night from Illinois, where they had been visiting the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Watson Shlck went to- Madella Sunday to help celebrate Mrs, Shick's father's eighty-ninth birthday; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Haack attended' a birthday party Friday night in Whittemore at the home of his brother, Gua Haack. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Zunkel and' Ml-, and Mrs. Edward Blanchard attended a cattle congress at Waterloo last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Jensen and; children and Joe Elvidge drove to Corwith last Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Hauptmann. C. M. Berry of Charles City and Mr. and Mrs. Hulbert of Glidden were week end visitors at the J. M. Blanch ard home. The Aid society will meet at the home of Mrs. J. M. Blanchard next week Thursday. Mrs. L, R. Roderick will assist her in serving. Mr. and Mrs. James Ackerman, Hain Ackerman and Keneth Seifert left on Friday for Mawequa, Illinois, and Indiana for a'ten day visit. Mr. and Mrs. Watson Shlck attended the dairy cattle congress at Waterloo Saturday. Mllo Tarbell went with them and visited w|th {relatives at that place. Judge J. Y. Luke of Ames spent last Monday and Tuesday at the H. J. Rice home. While here Mr. Luke made a trip to Swea City to look after business interests. A radio was Installed in the school house last Wednesday and Thursday for the benefit of the pupils so that they might listen to the world series of base ball gajnes. G. A. Sharp and son, Glen, went to Chicago with a car load of poultry on Saturday night. Dorothy Davis is helping Mrs. Sharp in the store while W:. Sharp Is away. The young people of the north half of the Fort Dodge Presbytery are having a rally at the Rolfe Presbyterian church Friday evening and' Saturday morning, October 10 and' 11. Miss Alice Angus Is on the program for a talk Saturday morning. The bridge club nad a house warm' ing party for Mrs. Alfred Krueger on Friday afternoon. The guests brought sandwiches, pickles and cake and each brought a prize. Tlie one- winning the high score got first pick of the prizes and so on down. The party was a surprise on Mrs. Krueger. The parent-teachers' association met last Thursday night and'the-program was as follows: Margaret Roderick, Neva Rath, Vera Morris and Gordon Blanchard gave a short sketch; Lillian Angus gave a recitation; Fern Hartwell played a selection on the violin; and Vera Morris and Lillian Angus played a piano duet. Last Sunday Miss H. Nell Malen of LuVerne started an evangelistic meeting at the local church. She will conduct meetings every night but Monday night at eight o'clock. Next'Sun- day at two-thirty p. m. there- will" be a meeting for men only, fourteen-years and older. Come out and hear what a woman has to say to men: The high school'held'an initiation party for the freshmen at' the high school Friday night. The freshmen-class is composed of Myrtle Olson, Letha B11S- borough, Louise Reilly, Phillip Rellly, Russell Gross, Arthur Geitzenauer, Dorothy Blerstedt, Muriel Long, Glen Burtis, June Blerle,- Gordon* Friebe; Harlan Marlow, Vern Dacken and Ruby Cherland. Mrs. W.'J. Cotton, Mrs; Alfred' Kruger, Mrs. Oscar Earing- and' Harriett Fish and TSrsal Blanch'ard'were-hostess- es at a relay party Wednesday night. The guests were Invited'to be at' the school house at six-thirty- and' then they took cars-and'went'ten tfte'home 1 of Mrs. Cotton where a* cocktail was served, from there they went' to the home of Mrs. Krueger,- where- the second course was served. They then went to the home of'Ersal Blanchard where the third'course'was-served' and' from there they went to the- home of Mrs. Earing where bridge- was playedi The guests were as follow?: Jessie Ste- brltz, Lura Sewick, Ruth Cross, Evelyn Thompson, Evolyn Behrmann, Miss Louis, Dorothy Sharp, Dorothy Davis, Esther Jensen and Neva Thompson, Tony Goeders Democratic Candidate SHERIFF of Kossuth- County Vote- *f or the man 1 and not for tlie party.. My slogan is "Reduce 'expense of 'tlie slieariff^ office- and help relieve- tlie taxpayers:. " !••»">* Permanent Wave Special For two weeks beginning' October 13 Naivette Croquignole Waves 6-50 Regular Price after Nov. 1st, $8.50 Have you been told 1 that you- cannot) have another wave over your old Naivette, but must have your hah- cot before you can have another permanent wave. TJiis is not the case at our shop. If you want to let your- hair grow and have a Naivette wave, we can give It over the old' one. We know how. ' Why pay a big price for only a few new curls next to your part and spoil your hall- for your spring wave. Come in and let us explain to you Just what such a process does to your hair. We will wave your entire head for $6.50 Hot Oil Shampoo (regular price either shop) 750 This Is a soapless shampoo for Dry Scalps. recondUlont your dry- hair. Let us tell you how to Marigold Beauty Shoppe II Over K. D. James Drug Store. Phone 93. Suits and Overcoats We are putting in a line of Men's Suits and Overcoats, I love the clothing business and seemingly cannot keep out of it. After hunting over the market and testing and comparing the different lines, we finally decided on the "Hershey"llne of suits and the "Master" overcoats. These are lines that we can depend on and that we know will give our customers entire satisfaction. It is the hidden work that counts in a suit of clothes. Every Hershey suit has a hand-felled collar, mohair lining, Imported, cold water shrunk canvas, best quality hair cloth, especially shrunk tape on the edges and in the arm holes to prevent cockling and insures a straight thin edge. These suits are wonderfully tailored and sure do flt. They are nationally know;n and sold everywhere at $30.00. Our price for the present will be $31.45. They ,are all new, just arrived from the factory. You get the latest colors and styles and besides all that, you save $8.90 on each suit by trading with Jimmie Neville ALGONA, IOWA,

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