The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 8, 1931 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, April 8, 1931
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The Pea Apii! 8, ORCHARD SPRAYING i SERV1CEAVAILABLE Fruit lowers of County May Get Information Ames College. INSECTS REDUCE CEOP BY KILLING ..Seventh Annual Soil and Land Va- Itmtlon Short Coarse Will be held at Iowa State College. Farmers and fruit growers of Kossuth county may receive information regarding the timely application of the various orchard sprays during the coming spring as a result of arrangements made by the farm bureau with the agricultural extension service of Iowa State College. Cards briefly describing the necessary sprays and telling when to apply them for best results will be sent out from the farm bureau office free of charge to anyone desiring this service. It will soon be time to apply the dormant spray, If one is needed. This dormant spray Is needed, only where scale Insects are present on the trees. Otherwise, it Is a waste of time und money to spray before growth starts. There are several of these scale Insects that affect apple trees, the most common being the oyster shell scale. This pest Is much more common in the northern part of Iowa, but Is found In many orchards in the southern half of the state. The San Jose scale Is only found In a few counties along the Mississippi river, from Scott county south. Insects Reduce Crop. Tiiese scale insects are tiny lice that suck the sap from the trees, killing many limbs and greatly reducing the crop. Only a dormant spray will kill them. The best time to apply this spray is just before growth starts In the spring or around April 15. Liquid lime sujphub- diluted one gallon to eight of water is effective. Dry lime sulphur, 15 pounds dissolved In 50 gallons of water will also control the scale. There are also various dormant spray. Ing oils on the market that are as good if not better than lime sulphur in controlling scale on apple trees. They are a little more expensive, but much nicer to apply than dormant strength lime sulphur. It requires a six per cent oil spray to control oyster shell scale, while a two per cent will control the San Jose scale. It is essential to be thorough in applying this spray, as the spray must come in contact with each scale to kill It. talks at Ames and the second day given over to an all day field trip, during which various soil types will be studied. W. H. Stevenson, head of the soils department, is arranging for several speakers to address the visitors. The aim of the short course is to show how to judge more accurately the money value and crop producing power of the land. The course will be helpful to any person having responsibility In appraising land, according to Dr. Stevenson, and is designed to meet the special need of land appraisers, Investment and mortgage bankers and others who make loans on farm lands. Boys Leave Their Visiting Cards. Whlttemore Champion: George J. Winkel, living north of Whlttemore, has a grain sack that he would like to return to the owner. He found It—In his hen house—one day the past week, and if the owner will call on him he can have It without paying advertising charges. A few chickens were among .he missing the morning the sack'was found and George feels that If the owner of the lost sack will call that he might be able to find his lost chickens. 3eorge also Issues a warning that If the owner of the sack should return to ook In the hen house for It that he might be surprised, as he has things Ixed so that any one going to the hen house at night will need either a doctor or an undertaker—perhaps both. This Bank is Able To pay Depositors. Tltonka Topic: In this Issue appears .he regular statement of the Titonka Savings Bank at the close of business J arch 25th as made to the state bank- ng department. The statement show oans of $290,290.98, overdrafts of $900 35. bank building and fixtures $8,00 and cash and bonds of over $108,000.0' The capital stock, surplus and profit how more than $40,000.00 and de >osits over $367,000.00. The bank has no real estate but quick assets of cas nd bonds of over $108,000.00. Accord ng to the statement the bank can meet any and all demands from it epositors at any time. The Topic be ieves the bank is in the unique position f being able to pay every deposito nd stockholder in full and have i margin of profits left over if the oc aslon should at any time demand. Mrs. H. 8. Cuplln of Minot, North Dakota, is visiting In the home of her her brother, George Jacobs and family. Mrs. Prank Koch and two children are visiting her old home at Nehawka, Nebraska. Mr. Koch took her there by auto. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Kohler drove to Ayrshire Wednesday and spent the day visiting Mrs. Kohler's mother, Mrs. John Doty. Rev. Cassel of Plover occupied the pulpit at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning. Rev. Zimmerman filled the pulpit at Perry Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Jurgens moved to West Bend from Whittemore on Tuesday. They are living In the cottage owned by Prank Poley. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Dubbs and their daughter, Mildred, drove to Little Rock to spend Sunday at the home of their daughter Mrs. DeBerg and husband. Mrs. Jus tin a Hoskln and children, Geraldlne and Elaine, spent Sunday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Bonnstetter in Rodman. The children of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Anderegg have been quite ill with the chicken pox. The baby, nine weeks old was real sick for a time but is better now. Wm. and Lyman Rlley were Rodman visitors Sunday ei'enlng. William went to Rodman Monday evening to work for Chas. Carter, who had a leg broke and is in a hospital. Miss Lydla Prelden returned to Iowa Falls Saturday. She is a teacher In the school there, and spent her vaca- Atixiliary and Legion Meeting at Lakota. Swea City, April 7. Special: Mr. and Mrs. V. S. Leland, Mr. and Mrs, S. HethershaW, M<. and Mrs. August Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Rohlin, Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Curtis, Mesdames C. Sanborn, D. James, P. W. Larson, W. Clark attended the Joint county meeting of the Wlnnebago and Kossuth county American Legion and American Legion Auxiliary sponsored by the Buffalo Center post and unit with the Lakota legionaires as hosts. Lakota does not have a post, but are Legion members of the Buffalo Center post. Ray Murray of Buffalo Gen? ter officiated In a thoroughly efficient manner. I. E. Wortman of Lakota gave the address of welcome which was cleverly given. Others on the pro* gram were Winnebago county American Legion Commander I. E. Iver, Howard French of Titonka, Kossuth county commander, Mrs. Ida E. Larson, state publicity chairman; Frank Miles of DCS Molnes gave an outstanding address. As a brilliant orator and an outstanding legionalre it would be difficult to find another to fill his place. Making your community a fit place to raise your boys and girls and raising them to be a credit to your community was the substance of his address. He also stressed the Idea that ever Legion nost should organize Boy Scout organizations and junior base ball clubs, to foster clean living and clean athletics of Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton j Johnson and little son of Wesley at tended the 'Easter program here on Sunday morning. Miss Ruth Miller; a senior ctuden at Mornlngside College, at Sioux city spent her Easter vacation at the horn, of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Z Miller. She came home Thursday ev ening and returned to Sioux City Mon day morning. A grood crowd attended a mlscellan eous shower given at the home of Mrs George Olsen Saturday afternoon In honor of Miss Leola Huff, who will b married the latter part of this month The bride-to-be received many beau tlful and useful gifts. A large number of people around Sexton attended the funeral of an old friend and neighbor, Arthur Ward, o Algona, held at the Methodist church at Wesley last week Friday afternoon Mr. Ward lived some years ago Jus north of Wesley. His wife died two years ago. Miss Marie Harris and Milton Old' dings called ori Mrs. Julius Seller ai the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Downs, near Wesley lasl week.Wednesday evening. Mrs. Seller Is a victim of qulnsey. She was before her marriage last summer, Catherine Downs. Fourteen of the local school children attended the county choir meeting in Algona at the school house Saturday afternoon. They were Lois and Bernard WEST BEND NEWS. Land Appraisers Will Meet. The seventh annual soil and land valuation short course will be held at Iowa State College, May 6 and 7. Although the program has not been completed as yet, R. M. Vifquain, of the •college soils department says the first day will be taken up with lectures and Voss Mrs. Peter Jensen is suffering with a severe attack of pleurisy. Charles Riley of Livermore was business visitor in town Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. William Riley and Berl Clemens were Havelock visitors Thursday. Miss Margaret Hayne and Mrs. Pau Mikes were visitors hi Algona Tuesday. Miss Norma Osgood of Lakota spent the week end the guest of Miss Olive Munson. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Boos and family spent Sunday at the A. D. deal home Charles Rlley of ttvermore called at the home of his mother, Mrs. William Riley Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Robinson and family spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Scurr. Mr. and Mrs. Orvllle Harr of near Rolfe spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Besch, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Johnston drove to Springvflle Friday to spend the Easter holiday with home folks. The Methodist Aid society met at the church Wednesday afternoon. A good crowd attended the meeting. Mrs. Harold Brownlee of Mallard spent Monday at the home of her parents, Rev. and Mrs. H. I. Pharo. Mr. and Mrs. Iver Brown and children and Mrs. Ralph Sloan attended a show in Rolfe Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Jensen and Bert Clemens spent Sunday at Renwick visiting relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Devlney of Rodman were callers in town Tuesday. They were driving a new Dodge car. Mrs. Lydla Bookman of Pocahontas spent Sunday with her sisters, Miss Marge Acheson and Mrs. Houghton. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Simmons and son, Harold, and Miss Ida and Oscar Riley spent Sunday evening in Rolfe. Mr. and Mrs. Thorstein Satern and family spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Telford near Ottosen. tlon here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Frelden. Misses Margaret Hayne and Gezina Schutter returned Sunday to -Cedar Rapids where they are attending Coe College. They spent their Easter vacation with home folks. A number of friends of Miss Norma Anderegg were invited to her home on Wednesday after school to help her celebrate her birthday. A merry time was had by all the girls. Mr. and Mrs. Frank McColloch and family left Monday morning for South Dakota, where they will spend the summer with a graveling gang. They spent the winter in Missouri working on the roads. The basket ball team of girls went to Algona Tuesday and had their pictures taken in their suits. Mr. Peterson took the pictures. Miss Mary Stadtmuller, the coach accompanied them. Rev. E. E. Zimmerman drove to Fort Dodge Tuesday to see Mrs Jos. Mikes who is in the hospital there recuperating from an operation. He, was accompanied by John Mikes, who went to see his mother. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Jensen are moving from the Peterson house to the house belonging to Mrs. Welch. The house has not ben occupied since Mrs. Welch was unable to live alone and had to be cared for. Mrs. B. F. McFarland returned home from Chicago the first of the week. She went to visit her daughter and husband, who. Is 111. She found him Improving from an attack of arthritis. Natalie Tinsley, her granddaughter, returned home with her for a visit. Mrs. J6e : Sprake returned toi her and also good sportsmanship. After Miller. Arthur and Milton Grosenbach the addresses of the evening the guests Bernard Weaver. Earl ami T.nin Amnn were all entertained to a free entertainment at the World theatre. Special song numbers were given by Lakota and Buffalo Center Auxiliary members. Man Almost Loses Pants in Accident. W. A. Taylor who is in the employ of the Morrell Auto Company of Livermore and a friend who, was riding with him had a narrow escape Saturday night when the car that they were driving struck a soft place at the edge of the grade near the Jewell Patterson farm south of town and turned over twice before it landed right side up again. Taylor's companion was thrown through the roof of the car. He recevled only minor scratches and bruises but had his trousers half torn off. Taylor was not Injured. ™S&XX3&^^ FOUR CORNER NEWS. Wednesday, She spent three weeks visiting a,t the home of her mother, Mrs. Peter Jensen. Mr. and Mrs, Jensen took her to Algona where she took a bus to Minneapolis and on to her home. Ray Miller came home from Fort Dodge Friday evening. On Saturday accompanied by his mother, Mrs. C, C. Miller and his sister, Dorothy he drove- to Dysart to spend the week end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Dixon, relatives of the Millers and'also ormer residents here. The seventh grade held an April 'col party' nt the school house Wednesday evening A merry evening was pent playing games. Each one invited a guest. Tits Misses .Kuchenbacker, lYilliamsen and Halverson and Mr. 'ohnson and Mr. Scurr were present. Refreshments were served, Mrs. Ralph Sloan and daughter Euah and Mary Jane Crisman left for heir homes at Cedar Falls Friday af- ernoon. They stayed at the home of ATS. Sloan's sister and husband, Mr. nd Mrs. Alfred Brown that night, going on home Saturday morning. They xnt the Easter vacation with rela- ives here. W. H. Daubendiek came home Sun- ay morning. He has been in a hos- itai in Alta, Iowa, since his car turn- d over after hitting a snow bank. He ad three ribs broken and his shoulder islocated. He is able to be about al- hough h e is not very spry as yet. He is lucky to escape with no more serous injury. Mrs. John Rich reutrned home after a few days' visit with a sisiter in Illinois. Bernard Platt started work last week as farm hand for the Wm. Drayton family. The William Drayton family is installing an electric light plant at their home northwest of Algona. Miss Loretta Walker went to the Camel home last week Wednesday to do the house work while Mrs. Camel is seriously 111. The Camels moved recently to the farm vacated by the Roy Lowman family. This farm Is known as the old Haines place. Mary Joyce, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rich, is with her Bernard Weaver, Earl and Lulu Aman Wilbur and Everett Steven, Ronald Robert and Eleanor Eraser), Florlen Neuroth and Marcella Flsch. Mr. and Mrs. August Kirschbaum and children spent Easter Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Cyrus Els- enman near Brltt as they had just returned from Illinois, where they accompanied their daughter and her husband and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wilson and attended the funeral of one of Mr. Eisenman's cousins. The Ladies' Aid meeting held with Mrs. Mack Wise last week Thursday afternoon was largely attended. Mrs. Jurgen Skow conducted the Bible study which was very Interesting. A number of Wesley ladles attended and the Sexton ladies were very glad to have them there. The next meeting will be in three weeks at the home of Mrs. F. M. Brethorst southeast of town. Mr. and Mrs. Strother Wise and son, G. B., Elsie Marshall with Mrs. Lydla Jensen and her brother, Alvis Hill of Algona drove to Mason City Saturday to visit their sister, Mrs. Elma Marshall, who is in the Mercy hospital after undergoing a very serious operation there Friday morning. Elsie Marshall is staying with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Strother Wise, while her mother is in the hospital. ing home. She spent eight weeks at the Kossuth hospital with a broken leg, suffered when she was hit by an automobile in front of her home west of Algona. SEXTON NEWS. w&xt8®a&^^ Miss Wolfe spent Sunday with he parents. Mrs. Maude Harina spent Saturday at Fort Dodge. F. O. Stow is assisting at the C L. Phelps home. Lloyd Bartletb was at Des Moines on Kossuth County Hatchery "SUPER CHICKS" Trade Mark Registered Trade Mark Registered Today's greatest washing machine value. It has a full-size, six-sheet capacity tub of porcelain, Westinghouse motor, Lovell wringer with large 2- in. rolls, all mechanism fully enclosed and running in oil, beauty of line and finish, arid other modern features. Most important of all, it is the only washer with a Floating Agitator, the only agitator that duplicates hand-washing action in all its gentle thoroughness. Kohlhaas Hardware AUTOES: SERVICE Complete One-Stop Service All in One Building We have just installed a new valve machine with which we can grind your valves, and a gauge that micrometers the valve seat to a fraction of a thousandth of a degree. We can handle your generator or ignition trouble, no matter how large or small the trouble may be. We have a man that has had schooling in synchronizing points on any and all makes of car, which is very necessary on the late type cars. We do body and fender work and painting. Handle tires and Batteries. Grease and wash cars, and reline and adjust brakes, We can handle any of your needs pertaining to better running of your car. Elbert Garage South of Court House Phone 632 Our Motto,'' We Never Close.'' \ vw^vwyvvwvwAftWAwuv I Choir practice was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs Harvey Steven last week Friday evening. A number of people around Sexton attended the cantata In Algona at the Methodist church Sunday evening. Barbara and Lillian Schrauth spent Sunday afternoon visiting with some of their school mates, Mary and Helen Wise. •Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Steven were Sunday dinner guests of their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Muckey in Algona. A number of Sexton people attended the Easter pageant given at the Congregational church in Algona Sunday afternoon. The Wesley Ladles' Aid will meet this week Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Carl Franzen at her home northeast of Sexton. Mary Harris, one of the Algona telephone girls, spent Friday and Sunday afternoons with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Harris. Edith Greenfield spent Friday even- Ing visiting with Ruth Miller, who is home from college for a lew days of Easter vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Phillips and four children spent Sunday at the home of her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Stratton near Brltt. The Sexton Young People's choir sang at the LuVerne Methodist church during the revival meetings there last week Wednesday evening, Little Wanda Wandling, baby daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wandling, was baptized during the church services here Easter Sunday by Rev. C. H. Moore. A large crowd attended the Easter program at the local church Sunday morning and a very good program was given by the Sunday School children and the choir. Elsie Marshall of Mason City came on the train last week Wednesday to the home of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Strother Wise, where she will visit for a time. Mr. and Mrs. John Harris and their daughter, Mary, were Easter dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hanson near Wesley. Mrs. Hanson was formerly Florence Harris. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Brethorst and children and her brother, Clem Reilly were Easter Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. Brethorst's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Brethorst northeast of town. Mr. and Mrs. Mack Wise and two sons, Frank and Lloyd, Mrs. Sarah Wise and two daughters, Nell and Mrs Noble, were Easter dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arch Burger near Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Johnson, Mr and Mrs. Henry Miller and little soni M. E. Otterriess has traded his Fore car for a Chevrolet coupe. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Blelch drove tc Hampton on business last Thursday. Miss Caroline Taylor Is visiting a the home of Mrs. August Bahling this week. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Duncan and'son were dinners guests at the W. H, Smith home. Mrs. Ida Anderson entertained thi Birthday circle at her home Thursday afternoon. Mrs. C. C. Smith and E. O. Chipman drove to Graettinger on buslnes Saturday. The Woman's club held their annua guest night at the Presbyterian church Tuesday night. Charles Morrow of Algona spent Fri- ents. day and Saturday here with his friend Kirby Smith, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. G. Gutknecht of Spencer spent Saturday and Sunday at the moved 01 D. L. Godden home. last fall. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sorensen spent Saturday and Sunday visiting with relatives In Minnesota. A number of American Legion members from Burt attended a meeting at Lakota Friday evening. ' Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Jensen went to Graettinger last Wednesday to attend the funeral of a relative. Good crowds attended the series of special meeting^ during the past week held at the Methodist church. Miss Irene Aten of Storm Lake spent the week end here with her parents, Rev. and Mrs. S. H. Aten. Miss Dorothy Bauer of New York City is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Bauer this week. Miss Amber Mann returned to her college work at Iowa City Sunday after visiting her parents here. . Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hawcott of Algona spent Sunday at the home of his mother, Mrs. Thomas Hawcott. Miss Hattie Worda returned home Tuesday from Ladysmlth, Wisconsin, where she visited her parents. W. J. Davison, who has been ill for two weeks with quinsy, is able to do his janitor work at the school house. C. L. Phelps and son, Bernard drove to Elmore Friday on business. They called at the O. G. Cunningham home. The orchestra and others taking part' £ in the contest will go to Estherville on I a Friday night to take part In the con-' test. The Home Guard girls will hold their mite box opening at the home of their leader, Mrs. James Bewick on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. George Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Holding and baby were dinner guests at the Wilfred OJjaffee home. Mr. and Mrs. Ora Ollem an<l Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ollem and children of St. Paul visited at the James Ollem home over Sunday. The Woman's Home Missionary society will have then- annual mite box opening Saturday at the church. A program will be given, B, V. and L. R, Daniels, and Misses Bertha and Arlene Daniels called at The season for starting chicks is going by rapidly. If you want a flock of poultry next fall that will lay No. 1 eggs, order your chicks now from the Algona branch of the Spencer Chick Hatchery. Large sized eggs are bred into our chicks for the reason that we have set no eggs for six years that do not average 24 ounces or more to the dozen. For four years our flocks have ben Blood-tested for Bacillary White Diarrhea, your greatest insurance against this dread disease. \ Write for Reasonable Prices Today Kossuth County Algona, Iowa, 209 E. State St., Phone 800. the home of Mrs. Fannie Cunningham in Algona Sunday afternoon. Mrs. W. B. Barnes of Aberdeen South Dakota, and daughters are vis itlng her sister, Mrs. S. H. Aten. They returned to their home Monday. Misses Helen Thompson and Iva TrunkhUl returned to their college at Cedar Rapids Sunday: after spending their vacation here with their par- nts. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Baker of Brook Park, Minnesota, were calling on friends here* last Friday. They moved on a farm near Brook Park ~ist fall. Dolliver Peters returned to Iowa City Sunday where he Is attending school. He spent his Easter vacation here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Peters. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rlngsdorf accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Brace to Wesley Sunday to visit W. P. Giddings, who is 111. Mr. Giddings is improving nicely at this time. Merwyn Paine of Chicago visited with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. E.xPaine over the week end. Merwyn Is work- ng for the International Telephone & Telegraph Company, Mrs. Zola Schaeffer of Manly, who is district Instructor of the Eastern Star, was here Wednesday to conduct a school of Instruction. Dinner was served by the ladies at six-thirty. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Helgason of Armstrong and Wm. Elvldge were dinner guests at the O. B. Chlpman home. Russell Chipman also came up from Ames to visit with his parents. The parent-teachers' meeting will be held at the school house Thursday fining. Rev. S. H. Aten will give a talk. R. Timmel, music instructor, will show pictures of different musical Instruments. Florence Stow came up from Cedar Falls to spend th e week end here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Stow. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Parrish and baby of Newton also spent the week end at the Stow home. The following new officers were elected at the last meeting of the Mite society: president, Mrs. W. T. Trainer; vice president, Mrs. A. H. Meinzer; secretary. Mrs. K. J. Smith; treasurer, Mrs. Lewis Larsen. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rlngsdorf, Mrs. ^eRoy Eoettcher, Mrs. Gerald Brace, Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Giddings and their daughter, Marie and Warren Rlngsdorf and Everett Pannkuk attended the funeral of Arthur Ward at Algona last Friday. Mr. Ward was an uncle of Mrs. Ringsdorf and Mr. Giddings. NEW MAYOR new ones will suit me fine. voted for Mr! What I do know for sure is that we are showing the S^'flW 1 /? f 16 ?, 81111 youn * me « ^wSSoBi Sl gona. All the latest styles, sizzling hot right froni the factory for the young fellows and conservative custom lasts fof the old- All standard makes such as the Classic, Freeman Imperial Six and Famous Five, Peters Diamond Brand and John 0. Roberts su Our work shoes this year are better In quality and a good ? ea io < £ eai J? r y* n laat year> Thf> regular *3;95 weite are down to $2.88. Work shoes we sold last year for tf.75 and $298 go™ $2.25 this year. Other work shoes at $1.60 and $1,85. We are offering real values to the men of this community. Good standard shoes and at prices as low as they were before the war. Jimmie Neville THE SHOE MAN Iowa,

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