The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 29, 1930 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, October 29, 1930
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The tfpper Pea lioinea-Eepublicatt^ October 29.1930 Charles Culbertson has purchased a new two-row corn picker. Capitola Gould was a guest at the home of Geneva Nelson at Algona on Sunday. The James and Walter Coady families spent Sunday at the James Foley home at Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gould spent Sunday with Mr. Gould's sister, Mrs. Albert Butterfield and family of Irvington. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Thompson and children spent Sunday at Eagle •Orove visiting with relatives of Mrs. Thompson. Alfred Schenck threshed his crop of soy beans Saturday' and Monday. He had several acres of beans and' they yielded well. Mr. and Mrs. William Harrison will move next year to the farm now ten- ranted by Howard Strayer, just south of the Black Cat Creek. The Fred Will family has been having a siege of the flu the past week. Mr. Will's sister, Mrs. Rose Loper and Mac Funk have been at the Will home :helping care for them. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Engstrom. who live on the Mrs. J. F. Schoby farm, are rejoicing over the arrival of a baby girl last Saturday. The Engstroms have two other " " Harry Winkle Waa BadlyHurt in Wreck, Harry Winkle, night man at the Elbert garage, was the victim of a painful and unfortunate accident about three-thirty Thursday morning when the car he was driving went through the guard rail between the railroad bridge and the river bridge just north of Algona. The bones in his right forearm were shattered and he suffered a slight cut on his face when a two by six board went through the lower corner of the windshield, breaking the steering wheel and hitting his arm and then going on through the top. The car went down the embankment but did not turn over. It was not badly damaged. It seems that Mr. Winkle had taken some gasoline to a motorist who had run out and he was returning to town when he lost control of the car and went through the rail. Fenton News Items which are twin .boys. No doubt the daughter wru Ta p ick fi S ^ anniversary, by; hav -verv welcome arrival B n « the following relatives to dinner t>on has the honor of being grandmother three times in less than two months and a half. Mrs. Christenson was formerly Hazel Harrison. Mrs. W. H. Harrison is grandmother again, a daughter having been born to Mr. and Mrs. George Baler of Clay Center, Kansas, last week. They have one other child, a son. Mrs. Baler was Mamie Harrison before her marriage. Mr. Baler is employed In a Swift Company plant there as assistant manager. Mrs. Laura Hohensteln entertaine of her brother, Jo anniversary, by hav *>»** "very welcome arrival. I Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Crulkshank an A group of neighbors gathered last I family of Union; Mr. and Mrs. Rober Saturday evening in the new barn on the Vern Rutledge .farm and enjoyed a very social evening. One of the best parts of these good tunes Is the abundance of refreshments which are hrought by the ladles and served at the close of the ei'ening. A basket social Is -being planned for Triday evening, October 31st at the school house in district number four. Miss Gertrude Sage is the teacher. Everyone is Invited to come and a good program is being prepared by ths teacher and pupils, which is always sure to please the audience. A son was born recently to Mr. and . JVIrs. T. W. Chrlstensen of Peoria, nil- Angus of Lone Rock, their daughter Mrs. Lawrence Dlttmer and her hus band of Good Hope; and John McNeil who is at present helping at the Ar thur Cruikshank home. A very successful basket social was held by Miss Irene Mitchell at the Delos Gardner school In Union, distric number six, last Friday evening. About thirty-three dollars were realized from the sale of baskets, sandwiches, cake pickles and coffee. Andrew Lehman proved himself to be a very capable auctioneer. Miss Martha Madson won a box of candy for being voted the most popular girl. An angel food cake was also given as a prize. A very good program was given by the teacher and school house was crowds'.) Have You Tried These Delicious Sweets? A Delicious Apple Dipped in Fresh Caramel Candy Oh Boy! but they're good. And fresh salted Nuts! Second to none. We roast and solt them. None better. Blanched Almonds, Pecan Halves, Cacli- • ew r Blanched Jumbos, No. 1 Spanish Peanuts, Oofod.Popcorn! '.•We should smile, the very best in the city. Also , freshly roasted Jumbo Peanuts. Fresh home made candies and ice cream several times a week. These, and many other good things to eat to be had at the ALGONQUIN 101 East State Street Algona, Iowa. Home Made Pies, Ice Cream, Candies, Apples and Nuts. Phone 145 for Reservations for vour Shopping Theatre or Birthday Parties. * Dainty Lunches, Hot Chocolate and Coffee Served. Mfsccllaneons Shower— About fifty guests were entertained at a miscellaneous shower last Saturday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Chas. Newel in honor of Mrs. Truman Johnson. Music by the Weisbrod sls- sters, Maxine and Hazel, and clever guessing games formed the entertainment for the afternoon. The new bride assisted by Mrs. Clarence Wagner then opened the gifts which were many and beautiful. Refreshments were served by the hostesses, Mesdames Elsie, G. B., Lester, and Irvin Johnson and chas. Newel. Fenton Forwards Met— The Fenton Forward Four-H club held their regular meeting Saturday afternoon, October 25, at the home of Clara Gramenz, with sixteen enthusiastic members attending. Dorothy Stlg man gave some valuable informtion 01 the "Care of Clothes." Leona Bor chardt explained how to choose "Becoming Lines." Maxine Weisbrod talked on the imprtance of selecting colors for different types. The country girls' creed _ was also read by Maxine. Refreshments were served after the meeting. Aid Society Met— The M. E. Aid society met In the church parlor last week Thursday afternoon. The meeting was opened by song and prayer. Mrs. Philip Weisbrod gave a scripture reading. A bill of $128 in payment for labor and paint for the parsonage was allowed. Plans were made for everyone to celebrate their birthday at a general party to be held at the church November 18. After adjournment a delicious lunch was served by the hostesses, Mesdames Philip and Mike Weisbrod, Geronsln and E. J. Frank. Came From Idaho— Gordon Weisbrod, who moved with Ills parents to Baker, Oregon, about ;wo years ago, and who are now located who submitted to an operation for tumor on the knee last week Monday The bridge club met last week o Thursday evening at the home of Mr and Mrs. Weber Yeager. Mrs. E. C Weisbrod won high score. Refresh ments were served at the close of th games. The children and grandchildren o Herman Ohm were entertained at a si; o'clock dinner Sunday at the home o Mr. Ohm's daughter, Mrs. John Schal lin. in honor of Mr. Ohm's eightieth birthday. Mr .and Mrs. Carl Schultz and their daughter, Edna, of Waseca, Minnesota and Mrs. Mary Hamon Sorenson am daughter, Helen and son, Jack of Waldorf, Minnesota, were entertained on Sunday .at the home of Mr. and Mrs F. P. Newel. Miss Nettie Weisbrod and Miss Agatha Caughlin of Algona drove to 'Woolstock last Friday evening and spent the night at the Glenn Haase home. On Saturday they drove to Des Moines for a visit with Gladys Weisbrod. who is enrolled at the Iowa Beauty College. Mrs. H. C. Lindsey returned horns last week Saturday evening from Hanley Falls, Minnesota, where she has spent the past three weeks In caring for her mother, Mrs. Laura Minier. She eft her mother, who recently suffered BANCSOFT NEWS. xn^^ a stroke of paralysis in a slightly 1m- n Nampa, Idaho, week Wednesday. arrived here las He hitch hiked making- the trip, a distance of 168C miles, in six days, coming as far as Hartley, where his uncle, LeRoy Newel, resides, and who brought him to ^enton. He is at present working on he farm for his uncle, Elmer Weisbrod nd plans to spend the winter here. Former Teacher Weds— Annonuncetnents were received this, •eek of the marriage of Miss Alice hrends of Ackley to Merle Smucker f Pomona, California. The wedding took place in San Francisco, October 22. Miss Ahrends held the position of music and English instructor in the Fenton high school the past two years and her many friends wish her a happy future. The young couple will reside in Pomona. Mrs. R. C. Goetch and son. Richard, Jr, were Algona visitors last Wednesday afternoon. Lewis Lynk of Webster City was a visitor at the home of Rev. J. T. Snyder last Friday. • Mr. and Mrs. John Meyers were entertained Sunday at the home of their son, A. H. Meyers. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Weisbrod drove proved condition. The freshmen class entertained the sophomore class and the schood faculty j at their annual party last week Friday evening at the school house. The rooms were gayly decorated in the spirit of Hallowe'en. After playing games and being the victims of all kinds of pranks they were served a delicious tray luncheon. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Lauritzen entertained the following guests for Sunday dinner: Mr. and Mrs. Hans Wleuff and Mrs. Christina Skow of Armstrong; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Peterson of Seneca; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wolfe of Latimer; and Ralph Wolfe of Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thomson of Swea City were also visitors during the afternoon. Mrs. Herschel Flummerfelt of Chicago spent last week Wednesday at the home of Mrs. F. P. Newel. Mrs, Flummerfelt was formerly Miss Evelyn Sharp, one of our local teachers and a room mate of Mrs. Newel. She has been visiting at the home of her parents, who reside at Eagle Grove and took this opportunity to visit her many friends here for the day. Miss Irene Newel spent last week Friday evening at the home of her uncle, F. E. Weisbrod at Emmetsburg. She accompanied Mrs. Woisbrod to Fenton and spent Saturday and Sunday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Newel. She returned x> Belmond Sunday evening to resume jer school duties, where she is'instruc- x>r In the junior high school. Those attending the Sunday School convention at Swea City last week Friday were Mesdames J. A. Schwartz, A. H. Meyer, Wilbert Holdorf, E. A. Veisbrod, W. J. Weisbrod and Rev. Mrs. Karl Hoffman was an Algona visitor Friday. Wiley Richardson of Algona spen Friday with friends here . Miss Lela Young spent the week end with friends at Minneapolis. Lloyd Anderson of Swea City was a Bancroft caller Wednesday. Herman Erickson of St. Benedict spent Sunday at his home here. Linus Putz of Edgewood spent the week end with Bancroft friends. Mrs. Herman Keoprath entertainec the mission circle Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Olson of Ringsted spent Sunday at the Herman Erickson home Mrs. Elizabeth West has been on the sick list the past week with intestinal flu. Tom Guest bought the Budde residence in the south part of town last week. Rev. P. M. Sturm of Ledyard was a Caller at tlw Catholic parsonage Frilay. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Foth and child- en spent Sunday at Cylinder at the Ed. Carmody home. Mrs. George Thule and Miss Margaret Kelner of St. Joe spent-Sunday with Mrs. Peter Becker. Miss Marcella Hatten returned home from Gfanvffle Thursday after several See the Mountain r <•»***> weeks' visit with relatives, The Catholic Order of Foresters In Itiated a class of eighteen new mem bers last Tuesday evening. Joseph Rapp and son, Joseph, Jr. spent Sunday at the Ullman and Pau Sanftner homes at Mankato. Hans Boderius, Hans Doose and his daughter, Rose Marie, spent Saturday at Ogden visiting with relatives. Mrs. Eugene Erickson and daughter, Margaret Howe, spent Sunday, afternoon with relatives at Swea City. Mrs. George Vandee returned from Armstrong Wednesday where she has been employed In the East Side cafe. Rev. A. A. Howe of Buffalo Center spent Thursday afternoon with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. E. A. Howe. Mrs. J. C. Underkofler of Brltt spent a few hours Saturday afternoon at. the home of her sister, Mrs. J. A. Devlne. Ed. Brink purchased a grocery store at Waterloo last week and will take possession about the tenth of November. to Des Moines last week Thursday, re- Snyder. In an afternoon discussion turning on Friday. Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod gave a talk on Mark X in the circle and your vote is cast correctly for the entire Republican Ticket Know the reason why, Mr. >and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod entertained Mr. and Mrs. F. c. _. family at their home Sunday. Mrs. A. T. Whitlow and children of Swea City spent Saturday night and Sunday at the Frank Bailey home. Mrs. S. J. Staehle and daughter, Irma, of Algona visited with friends here between trains last week Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Peterson and 'amily of Ringsted were the guests Sunday at the C. H. Geronsin home. Wm. Bailey of Marshall, Minnesota, visited from Friday until Sunday at the home- of his brother, F. C. Bailey. Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Miller attended the funeral of Mrs. Helen Hansen, which was held at Ringsted Sunday. Miss Ellen Wolfe of Whittemore '.-ame last week to care for her brother, Freeman, who has not been so well of late. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Holdorf and family spent Sunday at the home of the former's father, William Holdorf, at Ceylon. C. B. Hobbs of Spencer and Dr. McFarlane of Kansas City were visitors last week Thursday at the home of Dr. ,l. T. Waite. Mix.-; Edith Laage of Cedar Rapids visited from Saturday until Monday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs C. F. C .Laage. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Stoeber of Armstrong and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stoeber were Sunday guests at the W. E. Stoeber home. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Lohse and son, Marion of Lake City spent Sunday at the Rev. J. T. Snyder home. The the Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Bonn entertained" the following guests at their home on Miss Harriett Thies, who teaches school at Perry, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Thies. Mr. and Mrs. Joe J. Elbert and children of Algona spent Sunday at the home of their daughter, Mrs. LeRoy Schiltz. Mrs. Joseph Eich had a farm bureau meeting at her home last Thursday. They discussed various uses of kitchen utensils. and submit an appropriate name for it. The time has been extended for another week to give everyone a chance to guess on a name. Any catchy name will have a chance to win the $5.00 prize, regardless of whether it is name of an actual mountain. In case of tie, duplicate award will be made. The ballot box will close at closing time, November 9. Fill in the attached coupon with the name you suggest. The mountain will be christened November 16 at three o'clock.. $5.00 Prize for the Winning Name Name Contest for Pee Wee Mountain Name No . (Do not fill in). The Misses Regina Berens and Hel-. this writing. even tables of five hundred at their lome Sunday evning. J. J. Nurre and Mrs. Frank Fangman won high scores nd F. H. Mescher and Mrs. Otto Vase cut prlze.x The youngest child of Mr. and Mrs. t. G. Hamilton has been in the iiospi- al at Rochester the past week, receiving treatment for an ulcer in the I throat. He is very much improved at , Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bohn, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Goeders and son, Leo, of Emmetsburg; Mr. and Mrs. Tom Goeders and family of Cylinder; Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Goeders and nephew, Theodore of Algona; Miss Susan Goeders of Whittemore; Dennis Goeders of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Miss Susan remained at the E. C. Weisbrod home to assist with some sewing for a few days. LEDYAED NEWS. D. A. Carpenter was a business caller at Burt Friday. Miss Wylam spent the week end visiting her parents at Hawkeye. ca school. Mrs. James Whalen of South Dakota, arrived Sunday for a visit with her granddaughter, Mrs, Charles Stauder and family. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Lattimer and children of Rockwell spent Sunday at the home of the former's mother, Mrs. Mary Lattimer. i Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Tuttle of Cedar Falls spent a few days here last week at the homes of Mrs. William Carlon and Frank Merron. Lulu Richards, chief operator at the local telephone exchange, has been on the sick list since Thursday and is confined to her room. Mr. and Mrs. Al Menke and three children of Fairmont spent Sunday at Thursday evening. Miss Rosalinda Lappe won high score, Mrs. A. H. Foth second high score and Mrs. A. H. Deit- erlng cut prize. G. E. Andrews, traffic superintendent, and Miss Schneider, traveling Instructor for the Northwestern Bell Telephone Company, from Mason City spent Thursday afternoon at the local telephone office. Miss Mary Sheridan who Is taking a course in beauty culture and Miss Mary Mescher, who is employed at the Straus millinery shop in Des Moines, spent Sunday at their respective homes in Bancroft. B. C. Way, vice president of the for the com- seph, who recently arrived at the Tallefson home. A number of changes m residence will be made the first of next week. The Adelbert Conlon family will move into the Ed. Brink residence; the John Bernhard family will move Into the place vacated by the 'Conlons, which he purchased this summer, and Mrs. Peter Becker will move into the house vacated by the Bernhards, which she also purchased. Mrs. Bridget Qulnn spent a few days at Rochester where she visited with her daughter-in-law, Mrs. William Quinn, who has been in the hospital for the past few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Foley, who has been up there, returned home with her and will spend a short time Visiting with relatives and friends here. While Mrs. Qulnn's condition Is no worse than when she was taken to the hospital no great degree of improvement has been reported. HTii-v ,SXSXKSS?£: , ESJ-J --— %s& | phone exchange Wednesday. and Mrs. Henry Menke. Miss Marie Richter of Fort Dodge spent Sunday with Bancroft friends. She is taking nurses' training at Mercy hospital at that place. Mr. and Mrs. John Farrow are the proud parents of a baby boy born on Wednesday. They now have a family of nine boys and four girls. Florian Stork, who is attending Columbia College at Dubuque spent the Miss Jones spent the week end vis-1 week end with his parents, Mr. and ting at her hcme at Chester, Iowa. ' Mrs. Anton Stork and family. Mrs. Rich of Fairmont was looklm;! Mrs. Dave Gilbert and children and £ I Lolises are Mrs. Snyder's parents. Come to 8 O'CLOCK P, M, Dickinson, Gilchrist, Pattetv son and Others as Speakers Kossuth County Republican Central Committee—Ray S. McWhorter, Chairman; and Mrs. Nicolena Madson, Vice Chairman, Miss Lilian Rasmussen spent the week end at the home of her sister in Mankato. She also attended the home coimnt: of her college while there. Mesdames J. F. nml Kmc -- •-John Hoovers and Mary Kohlstecl were visitors last week Friday at the F. E Weisbrod home in Emmetsburg. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Hutchins Mrs. Ida Minkler of Algona and C. O. Hailey of Hurt visted Win. Bailey at i he F. C. Bailey home here Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Corey and Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Heading and son, Don Brooke, Indiana, were guests last at the K. C. Goetch after business interests here Monday. Mrs. Wm. Weinberger spent the w(-ek 'nd visiting her husband at Minneapolis. Mrs. Frank Mentor spent last wr-"!: it Redfield visiting with her daugh- ' ;r. Mr. and Mrs. Tice Brack and ohild- •en spent Sunday visiting friends at Ware. Mrs. D. B. Mayer attended the Sunday School convention at Swea City on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Lauritzen spent the week end visiting with friends at Fayette. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Halverson and children spent Sunday at Frost via her mother. Mr. and Mrs. Max Nitz are the- proud parents of a baby girl born Sunday, October 2Gth. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Barrett spent (ho and week end visiting with his mother at King of week Monday home. Chester, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. L. j. Worden and son Dr. and Mrs. J. T. Waite left this wec-l; for Leech Lake, Minnesota, on a business and pleasure trip. They ex- peel to |ju gone about a week or ten Mr. and Mrs. p. s. Myllenbach of RolfV: and Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Miller of Kanawha wore entertained Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Humphrey . Mrs W. J. Weisbrod gave a talk on primary work at Good Hope Sunday Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod were en- tfi-tained at the Rev. Allen Wood homo for dinner afterward. Mr. and Mrs. E. A .Woisbrod entertained Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Newel and family of Hartley, Gordon Weisbrod of Nampa, Idaho, and Mrs. Kate Newel at their home for dinner Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Frank went to Fort Dodge last week Thursday and brought back their daughter, Virginia, here. spent Sunday afternoon visiting with relatives at Algona. Rev. and Mrs. F. O. Johnson of I,n- kota were Sunday dinner guests at the L. J. Worden home. Mrs. Albert West and Mrs. J. H. Welfare and daughter wore callers at B'.ue Earth Sunday afternoon. Mrs. George Thompson, Grace Rink and Mrs. Norman Pingcl were callers at, Blue Earth Saturday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Jay Blome and chllcl- ', ren spent several days last week at Iowa City. They took their daughter, Elaine, down for treatments. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Anderson and daughter of Ackley spent the week end at the L. W. Weimer home here. Mrs. Anderson is a sister of Mr. Weimer. Word was received here Saturday morning that Mrs. William of Blue Earth had passed away. Her many friends here were Krioved to he'ir of her death. Funeral services were? held at Blue Earth Tuesday and burial was made in the Highland cemetery Mrs. Perkins of Mason City spent Saturday at the home of their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Adam Ditsworth. Mr. and Mrs. William Becker and the latter's sister, Miss Elsie DeVries of Buffalo Center, spent Sunday with the former's mother, Mrs. Peter Becker. Cyril Studer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stauder, is suffering from an infection in his ear, caused by a grain of oats being lodged there for several months. The seven year old son of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Greengo, former residents of this place, but now of Wauconia, Minnesota, is. seriously ill with infantile paralysis. Word was received here the first of I the week of the sudden death of John Rosenau, former resident of this place. 'He dropped dead in a stone quarry at Mankato, Minnesota. The Misses Rose Eply and Maud Singler of Nakomis, Illinois, returned to their home last Tuesday after several weeks' visit at the Charles Stauder and Adolph Foth homes. Mr. and Mrs. William Lipp and daughter and Mrs. Raymond Allman oj Wauconia, Minnesota, spent Sunday Mrs. Thomas Garry and children returned from Mason City Friday after a week's visit with her sister, Mrs. Leo Whalen and family. Her sister, Miss Leone Sandschulte, returned with her and spent the week end here. Mrs. M. J. Dyer is home from Milwaukee where she spent the past two weeks visiting her daughter, Mrs. L. Tallefson and getting acquainted with her new grandson, Thomas Jo- Baptist Church Chicken Pie Supper Begin serving at 5 p. m., Nov. 1 Chicken Pie Mashed Potatoes Gravy Baked Squash Cabbage Salad Celery Cranberry Jelly Rolls Coffee Apple Sauce Cake With Whipped Cream. Price boc. 'gpaaaaaB^j^^ Glad of It I am glad the clothing stores are all 'having sales We had fifty men's suits and have only fourteen left. I like these sates especially when the other fellow pays for the advertising We have sales every fall in Algona. It must pay pretty well for they continue to run them. To make a sale a success two things I am asking my customers to lay off these sales and wait home . Lipp and Mrs. Allman are sisters of Mrs. Fuchs Miss Mable Howe, local telephone operator, was on the sick list last Thursday and Friday and was unable to attend to her duties at the office. Mrs. G. D. Hart acted as relief operator. Mrs. C. W. Miller .sons Richard and Harold and Mrs. Helen Stauffacher and children of LuVerne spent Sunday with their daughters and sisters, Lulu Richards and Florence and Margaret Miller. Mrs. Ambrose Kennedy entertained six tables of bridge Saturday. Mrs. E. B. Konke won high score, Mrs. A. H. Fuchs second high and Mrs. Raymond Allman of Wauconia, Minnesota, cut prize. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Pearson, son Carl and Mr. and Mrs. Vern Austin and son spent Sunday with their daughter, and sister, Doris Pearson, who is attending college at Mankato, Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Becker entertained Jiitimie Neville ,:*m>^x«w0w^ Threshing Machine Sale Monday, November 10 fam ' 8 and one m«e F. W. Schipull & L. C. McEnroe Committee L. Matern, Auctioneer 20-311

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