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Algona Ford Buyer* to be Financed, One of the developments of the past two years which created national Interest was the organisation of the ttai- versal Credit Company for the purpose of financing exclusively the time sales ttf Ford products throughout the country. Universal Credit Company is a specialized financial Institution created to provide uniform and authorized time payment plans at low cost for the purchase of Ford products on an installment basis. The company has made sound and gratifying progress. The reception accorded the authorized Ford finance plans by the public and Ford dealers In the 33 large cities where branch offices have been established Is Indeed Impressive. To date Universal Credit Company has purchased installment contracts ip excess of $500;000,000 which establishes ft new record in installment financing for an Institution which has been In opeartion for less than three years. II Is anticipated that the volume of business handled wfll exceed $25,000,000 monthly from now on. In this short space of time the Universal Credit Company organization has grown from an organization of ten people to one employing almost three thousand. Already there has come a realization that the Universal Credit Company was created primarily for the sound financing of the Ford dealer and the purchaser, and not with the primary object of profit. Its establishment is thus squarely in conformity with the reiterated Ford policy of making quality transportation to the greatest num- pleted article before it is ultimate! sold to the public. .Thus the Univewa Credit Company's low finance charges are equivalent to a price reduction o the Model A car and other Ford pro ducts. Then there is that important matte of good will. A buyer delights in deel ing with an organization that give him prompt, courteous service, th&, •deals fairly with him, that maintain scrupulously the standard of its pro duct and that is constantly instilling in that buyer a sense of reliability am confidence and appreciation of thi seller and his product. The convenient terms and ?ow cos features of Universal Credit Company plans are available to Ford purchasers at the Kent Motor Company, Algona who are authorized Ford dealers In this community. ber of people at the lowest possible cost. Since the Universal Credit Company began operations in 1928 financing costs on Ford products have been reduced generally so that it is estimated that Ford time purchases have been able to save in excess of $50,000,000 through the lower charges of this Ford financing company. Tlie purpose of Universal Credit Company is to reduce the cost of credit to the individual who buys on time, commensurate with sound business policies. This cost of credit is just as vital as the cost of any of the material that goes into the building of the auto, mobile. It is In every sense a commodity which becomes a part of .the com- Ledyard Man up for Grand Lareny. Delbert Schulte of Ledyard was Up before Justice W. C. Dansoii on Friday on the charge of grand larceny. He was bound over to the grand jury under $2000 bond. It seems that he stole the money from his parents, according to the testimony. > ®o&*y8&^^ WHITTEMORE NEWS. Ella Burke visited with friends 1 Emmetsburg one day last week. Harry Burke was over from Hartle The Corner Grocery & Market SPECIALS 3 cans BBBB large milk __ 5 pkg. Nougat OC Macaroni for ,l_,^ 1 *'*" 5 cans of oil sardines ,. One 1 Ib. Tall Red Salmon j_.. 4 pkgs. BBBB Jello Powder . 1 can BBBB Wax Bdans —I •-fiftQ- 25c 25c Green Beans |L__ 1 bottle Maple and OC- ane syrup __„____ ^«C 2 cans fancy Country Gentleman Corn 2 Ibs. Fig Cookies for | 2 Ibs. Ginger Snaps for 2 Ib. Caddie Crackers for j Four cans of Beans for \ MEATS Baby Beef, Veal and Pork always here for you. Bring us your Eggs. R. Sorensen & Company Phone 139. spending Easter with home folks. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Cullen an son, Terry, were here from Oelwein fo an Enster visit with relatives. Mrs. Claude Pugsley who lives nea lylinder, was operated on at th Me Creery hospital Friday for appentii cltis. The A. F. Kuhn home near Rodman is quarantined for scarlet fever. A son In the family Is ill with the dl sease. Helen Farrell, who is employed at thi Thompson law office in Forest City spent Easter with her mother, Mrs. Nel Farrell. A minstrel show is being presented next Tuesday evening at the academy hall under the auspices of the Holy Name society. Mrs. Charles Seymour is suffering with a badly infected finger. Mrs. Seymour has had very poor health for the past several weeks. Gertrude Farrell, who is taking a nurses' training course in St. Paul spent a vacation from Thursday untii Monday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Farrell. Mrs. M. C. Weir and son, Donald, visited several days last week with rela- ;lves at Manson. They accompanied Bernard Schreier to Manson wjbere he visited with relatives. Miss Ruth Balgeman who teaches at Gushing spent the Easter vacation with her parents, Supervisor and Mrs. Bal- ;eman. Miss Ruth had been very ill before coming home. The high school pupils of the aca- emy presented their annual play at lie auditorium hall Sunday evening. The three act farce-comedy, Wouldn't be Crazy," was given. ^ Announcement of, Hie dnea Mrs. Mary Runchey of Algona spent Sunday at the home of her son, Wm. The Harry SaWns were Sunday guests at the Harold Curran home near LuVeme. Mrs. Andrew Lehman motored to Des Moines Wednesday to visit her daughter, lola. Lyle Runchey spent Saturday night and Sunday with friends at Iowa State College at Ames. Audrey Pdtter of Algona, a high school student spent last week at the home of E. C. Potter. The E. C. Potters spent Sunday at the Victor Applegate home near Cor* with. Mrs. Applegate called on rela* ives here Sunday. The Ward McWhorters, Mildred and Harold Clayton of Mason City and Miss Ida Peterson of Algona were the guests Sunday at the A. E, Clayton ome. , Bernice Hargreaves resumed her du* es as teacher in Charles City after pending the week at the home of her arents, Mr. and Mrs. p. H. Har* greaves. The O. L. Miller family of Irvihgton, Some Batik Examiner* Are Incapable t , Livermote GaBfette: The deposttoii 6 the First National Sank of Wesley i of twenty her cent, making a total of 88 per cen that has been paid since the bank closed less than two years ftgo, aht Oiere is every prospect that there wil be another dividend in the near future ^LSSS °l e rft P ld ity with which dMdehdfe have been paid this bank, like many another, should never have been closed, a sits condition must have been very good at the time of closing, and must have been under capable management. Julius Kunz was president of the bank. GOOD HOPE MEWS, 25c 25c 25c and' approacWng^mWrfage- of * Duffy and Mary Elizabeth Martin, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Martin of Emmetsburg, was made at the Catholic church Sunday. Otto Esser plans on building soon on a lot where his house recently burned. He has purchased the house formerly used as the janitor's home at the academy and moved it to the lot. He will build an addition to it. Those interested in base ball met at the Brogan insurance office Friday evening and decided on having a team this year. Fred Shelp was named as manager and C. W. Hanson as treasurer. Another meeting will be held Wednesday evening to name a captain and secretary. William Higgins, Sr., and Billy Higgins drove to Sioux City Monday to take Rosella Higgins back to her studies at St. Joseph's hospital. Nelda Crawford, who had been visiting with her parents, returned with the Hig- R. O. Fry family, Willard Oregson, El liott Skilling of Algona and the J. Christensens were guests Sunday at the Fred Skilling home. Mrs. Alta Stiles and sons, Delber and Charles of Charles City and Mrs Martha Potter ol-Algona spent Thurs day at. the C. H. Potter home. Rev A. H. Wood of Good Hope spent Wed nesday afternoon with O. H." Potter. Miss,Marie Brandow; teaching a Lattimer, came Saturday-to the hom of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H Brandow, and was accompanied by he friend, Oliver Kothenbeutel of Hamp ton. They returned Sunday. The George Dunn family moved on March 16th to the Henry Brothers farm here. Mrs. Dunn who has been 11 with the flu has recovered at thi dome of her parents, Mr. and Mrs John Selp, and joined the family here. Mona, the eldest daughter, spent Saturday night with Audray Fry at the E. S. Skilling home and Sunday at the Fred Skilling home. Mrs. S. L. Olson entertained the radies' Aid society last week Wednesday, assisted by her daughter, Mrs. 3eeley of Emmetsburg and daughter- n-law, Mrs. Lawrence Olson. Eleven members and fifteen guests were pres- nt. Those from a distance were Mrs. Ita Stiles of Charles City, former member, and Mesdames Esser, Foye, ones, Bordwell and Fish of Emmets- urg The next meeting is to be held ipril 15th with Mrs. B. F. Sparks. The Dr. L. Ray Potter family of challer and the L. D. and B. H. Poters were guests Sunday and the H. L. nd E. C. Potters callers at the home f their mother, Mrs. Martha Potter n Algona . Donald Stiles and cousin, William Bealer of Hodgesonville, Kentucky, came Saturday night to this home and returned to his home Sun day evening in Charles City, taking his mother, Mrs. Alta Stiles and son, Del Miss Phoebe Morgan, who is teaching at Sheldon spent her spring va* cation with friends and relatives here. Rev. and Mrs. 0. B. Mitchell and son of Armstrong visited a few hours &t the Jamea Knoll home on Sunday afternoon. Margaret, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Knoll, is ill with an attack of glandular fever superinduced by infected tonsils. Their children and grandchildren gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs Gelfert Khelk on Easter Sunday for dinner and th e afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Nelson and Rev and Mia.- Allen Wood were guests fo dinner and the afternoon at the Will lam Treptow home on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Reid of Half attended Easter service at Good Hope last Sunday. They were dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Turner, Mrs Reid's parents. A group of members and guests o the Good Hope Ladles' Aid societj spent a happy and profitable afternoon at the Presley Sarchett home las Thursday. The time was passed in thi transaction of business and visiting Mrs. S. C. Reser was assistant hostess Mr. and Mrs. Rutledge and son, Elmer, formerly of South Cresco community have leased the farm recently vacated by the Will McMahon family. We are glad to have the Rutledges locate with us. They will be a valuable addition to Good Hope community. We shall miss the kind hearted Jay Qulnn and Mies Florence Olber- nf of Arcadia visited Sunday at the home of the former's mother, Mrs, Bridget Quinn, and with other ideal relatives and friends. •The banns of matrimony were pub* llshed for the first* time Sunday at the St. John's dathoJlo church between Lawrence Walters of Armstrong and Miss Prlscllla ftegner. Mr. and Mr*, ftudolph Void left Friday for Mitchell, South Dakota, where they were called by the illness of a relative. Mr. Void is employed at the Fuchs hardware store. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Engessor and Mr. ind Mrs. Vlggo Chrlstensen and daughter. Agnes, visited Sunday at the home of Mrs Engessor's sister, Mrs. Henry Murray at Blue Earth, Minnesota. Mrs. O. A. ftart and daughter, Antoinette, drove to Sioux City Saturday. They took Mrs. J, K. Lynch home. She had been visiting here for the past two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Ostwinkle of Des Moines spent Easter at the home >f the lady's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. . .Deitering. They also visited at the Charles Ostwinkle home at Algoha. A miscellaneous shower was held at he C. O, F. hall Tuesday evening in onor of Bertha Blocker. Five hun- red furnished the entertainment for lie evening, after Which a delicious unch was served. The bride-to-be re- eived many beautiful and useful gifts. neighborliness of the McMahon and wish-them well in then- new home. BANCROFT NEWS. John Schumacher went to Clarion on aonday to bid on some road work. Francis Berens, Mrs. F. J. Welp and rtiss Hollett were Fort Dodge visitors >aturday. bert and Charles, who spent eight day with Mrs. Stiles' mother, Mrs. Marth Potter and other relatives and friends Herman Dau spent a few days last week at his farm at Thompson. Ettiil Stoeffel is driving a new Bulck sedan purchased from Kohlhaas Brothers at Algona. Mr. and Mrs. James Coady of Wesley were callers in this vicinity one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. George Elbert spent Sunday at the George Kohl home. Mesdames Kohl and Elbert are sisters. Robert Ryno of Fort Dodge spent his Easter vacation with his cousins, Bernard and Robert Bode, returning home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Culbertson entertained a number of their friends by gins. Nelda is a nurse located in Sioux City. The members of the Lutheran choir entertained at 'a very pleasant party at the school hall last Tuesday even- in honor of Prof. H. W. Behnke, th day being his forty-fifth birthday. Pro Behnke has been in charge of the choi for many years and hfs ability as musician and instructor is well recog nized. £' W ' VWVWtfVWrt ^^ Spring Footwear Style and Quality Better Values! Greater Variety! Newest Patterns! You will be enthusiastic about tJie.se offerings for •Spring—so utterly new and different. Created by expert dcsig- iK-r.-: especially for the wo- ni(-it who demand fashion '.vitli economy. They please and fit. f ^° SHOE Co. SHOES AND HOSIERY. D* 5i v#w*wvw^^ I ----"••«*•*» •«•* AAVLmi^uA \ji vucu jiicxiuo yy giving a dance at the Legion hall in Algona Saturday evening. Julius Winkel spent his Easter vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Winkel. He is taking a veterinary course at Iowa State College at Ames. The Glen Jenkinson family wer Sunday dinner guests at the home o Mrs. Jenklnson's brother, Fred Schob and family, who recently moved to farm near LuVerne. Mrs. J. Rustrum of Algona and he daughter, Mrs. Edith Rade, of Min neapolis visited Easter Sunday at th Ben Gould home. Mrs, Rade was for merly Edith Rustrum. Donald Akre with two of his chums Wesley Behlmer and Thomas Baker spent Friday having a joyous time a the Ben Gould home. Donald keepi his Shetland pony at the Gould farm Christina Gould was a guest at the yal Neighbors Monday evening al he Odd Fellows' hall in Algona. She gave a reading, "Good Bye, Sister, 1 vhlch was much enjoyed as part of '-heir program. The Louis Bode family helped par- ake of a family dinner Easter Sunday it the home of Mrs. Bode's parents, r. and Mrs. John Lamuth at Algona. t might be considered a reunion as ill of the family were present. The farmers have begun seeding in arnest since Easter, the weather and round both being favorable. A large mount of grain was put in prior to he snowstorm in other localities, but lot much grain was sown here until his week. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Kohl and Geo. h], all of St. Paul, drove down on aturday to spend the week end at •ie home of the boys' parents, Mr. and tfrs. George Kohl, Sr. Harry is still Mary Kockler and daughter, olletta, were visltinf with Mason City friends Friday. Mrs. Pierre Sartor and daughter Alice, of Titonka were Bancroft visitors Thursday. The seniors of St. John's high school have begun practicing for then- class play, "Only Sally Aim." LEDYARD NEWS. Mrs. Lou Nlte has been ill with the flu the past week. The sewing, circle met last week on Monday with Miss Wylam. Mrs. Ella Gelhaus and Anita were in Blue Earth shopping last Tuesday. D. A. Carpenter was in Blue Earth last Monday having dental work done. Mrs. Ira Hewitt of Swea City visited the first grade room. Friday afternoon. L. W. Weimer and Wm. were in Algona on business last Thursday afternoon. Miss Lola Wylam, a teacher in the Swea City schools, visited school here Friday. The father and sister of Harold 3ranner visited here a week ago on VEGETABLES Spring Time Is Here And our stock is complete in all lines, We will have for your Sunday dinner all kinds of Green Vegetables and Fruits including Strawberries and Mushrooms. Why not phone us your order and it will be delivered to your door. We will have home baking, Tea Rings, Boston Brown Bread, Cakes and a special on meats. Ellis Runchey for Meats and Groceries ! Phone 237. "! '- noon. The afternoon was spent in Mr. and Mrs. Albert Smith of Fort ti the employ of the City Service Corn- any of which firm he is manager, jeorge holds a good position in one of IB St. Paul stores. He recently purchased a new Dodge coach, but the trip this time was made in Harvey's car. Glen Culbertson helped his father shell corn last week. The next day a breaking out appeared on his hands and body. He became alarmed but on going to an Algona doctor he was told it came from a poisonous weed of some kind he had come In contact with. Perhaps in the dust from shelling corn or from some hay. It resembled poison ivy and was very irritating. Upon treating it readily disappeared. Glen also had an attack of tonsllitis three weeks before. Is visiting at the home of her aunt, Mrs. J. j; Sherman. : / •••••-• Mr. and Mrs, Emll Stoeffel and their children of Algona spent Sunday at the N. J. Merrill home. Miss Georgia Carmean spent Easter at the home of her sister, Mrs. Earl F. Elliott at Rockford, Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Nelson and irlargaret and Vernon of Algona spent Sunday at the G. A. Pearson home. E. K. Hulterstrum. of Baraboo, Wis- :onsin, was attending to business matters here the latter part of the week, Marion Thurn spent Easter vacation •t her home at Manchester. She is >rinclpal at the Bancroft high school. William Lattlmer of Rockwell spent Saturday at the home of his mother, Mrs. Mary Lattimer and other rela- Ives. Mr. and Mrs. John Haupert of LeJ- ard spent Sunday at the home of the niter's parents, Mr. and Mrs N. J c))iltz. Q. s. Underkofler and Mr. and Mrs. 'rank Becker and son left Saturday for Litchfleld, Illinois, for a visit with Miss Mary Leslie. Miss Harriett Thies, who teaches at Perry, spent the Easter vacation at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Thies. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dole of Rochester spent Sunday at the home of the Monday. Mrs. D. B. Mayer is substituting at school this week during the absence of Miss Jones. Miss Rose Quam, accompanied b Lawrence Pingle, drove to her horn o spend Easter. Mrs. Glenn Behse was called to Rochester Saturday by the very serious illness of her sister. Miss Barbara Wylam and her siste drove to Hawkeye to spend the week nd with their parents. Mr. and Mra Cecil Peterson have moved into light housekeeping rooms at the Wm. Gary home. Mrs. Raney of Livermore visited at the home of her daughter, Airs. V. A. Barrett over the .week;end. EMn Carpenter, who is a senior at Coe College, spent a week's Easter vacation aft home with hls'parenl to spend Easter at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. La Cour. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Nuenfeldt have moved into the rooms over the filling station until they make more definite plans. The many friends of Mrs. D. A. Carpenter rejoiced to see her able to be at church Sunday after many months of illness. The high chool orchestra will go to Estherville this Friday to be entered in the district music contest to be held there. The Mentor cafe has been moved in the rooms back of the Standard Oil station and will be open for business after April 6. Mrs. Harriett Matzner and Clifford Jenks drove to Sioux Falls Saturday being called there by the illness of Harvey Matzner. Mrs. Frank Mentor and Jane returned last Wednesday from a week's visit with Mrs. Mentor's sister near Yankton, South Dakota. work on the posters being made foi Achievement day. Mrs. Moulton am Mrs. Thompson were assisting hostesses. The Interior of the Schutz cafe and the building soon to be occupied by the Bashara grocery have been redecorated this past week by Anderson & Son. At an Easter service in the Methodist church Sunday morning, the following children were baptized: Donald and Delbert Wentworth and Deloris and Evelyn Mayne. Mrs. Howard Mayne, Edith and James Logan united with the church by letter of transfer from the Moberly Methodist church of Moberly, Missouri. On Saturday afternoon at the M. E. church basement, Mrs. Mayne's Sunday School class entertained Miss Hewitt's primary class at an Easter party. About thirty children were present. The afternoon was spent with games, coloring Easter eggs and hunting Easter baskets. At the close of the afternoon a lovely luncheon was served. On Tuesday of last week Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mayne returned from their wedding trip, having spent a week in Minneapolis and vicinity. Mr. Mayne has bought the Standard Oil station from Mr. Nuenfleld and assumed his duties there April 1.. The "couple has moved Into the house recently vacated by the, Frank.,Kefly family, Mrs. George Heetland and Arlis were Algona visitors Saturday. George Winter was a business visitor t Mason City one day last week. Peter Bruer and. Miss Leona Meyer spent Saturday evening at Algona, Mr. and Mrs., Frank Miller enjoyed a visit Sunday from Mr. and Mrs. Fred Park of Algona. Mrs. John Meyer, Sr., was called to Rock Island, Illinois, last Wednesday by the death of a sister. Mayor H. D. Mussman, Sr., who has been ill for the past several weeks, was able to be up town last week. John Altwegg and daughter, Zada, and Bernice of Ruthven, were visiting James Altwegg here last Saturday. Mrs. Frank Miller, Mrs, Abe Lester and Mrs. Bertha Jensvold are all on the sick list and confined to their beds. The Royal Neighbors and Modern Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Engelby and Woodmen met last Thursday and work- son moved last Wednesday into their ed on the lawn at the Woodman hall. new home, recently completed on the I — Olaf Engelby farm. "~ ' Dodge were entertained last week end at the W. E. Ley and C. R. Smith: homes. . , . Wm. Trenary, who attends Creighton University at Omaha, spent several days vacatlori : at the parental homft- south of town. Mrs. I. E. Wortman accompanied bjr Mrs. E. R. Worley and the Miss Helen: Davidson and Bertha Miller were visitors at Mason City Saturday. Edward Thaves and son, Verle, andr sister, Miss Emma Thaves went to* Rochester Sunday to visit with Mrs. Thaves, who is in the hospital at that place. Mrs. Anna Coupanger returned to- her home at Elmore last Friday after spending several weeks here at the> home of her daughter, Mrs. Win. Schroeder, Jr. Miss Henrietta Aalderks, who is at teacher at Dubuque and Violet Frer- ting and Maynard TJkena, who are attending college there, were all home> for the Easter vacation. Miss Emma Meyer of Ames and Mis* Ellen Meyer of Albert Lea, and Mr., and Mrs. Clarence Swenson 'and littler daughter, Gloria, also of Albert Lea, were Sunday visitors here at the J. H. Meyer, Sr., home..- • „ Mrs. Stephen Powers who lives oii'-tk form west of towh;:fell down tfae;base- * ment states last Friday, breaking, her arm in such a manner that she had to be taken to the hospital at Mason City, where an operation was performed. Rev. and Mrs. O. H. Frerking, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Hillard Abbas, Mrs. J. K. Heettandl Mrs, W. E. Ley, Mrs, J, C. ariese, Mrs. Harvey Johnson, Mrs. Fred Schroeder, and Miss Mary Jane Lewis accompanied the class of twenty-two children, who were confirmed at the Presbyter^ ian church on Palm Sunday, to Fort Dodge, where the class had their picture taken. lady's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Schumacher. The seniors of the Bancroft public school drove to Britt Friday where they had their class picture taken at the Sigler studio. The Junior-senior banquet of St. John's high school will be held this week Thursday evening in the school dining room. Mr. and Mrs. William Becker and Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Johnson of Mason City spent Sunday at the Mrs. Pet- T Becker home. Miss Hollett, who teaches in the Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johns, and Miss Ida Jenks of Newton and Frank Reddinger of Des Moines came to spend Easter at the Blanche Jenks home. Mrs. Addle Arpke left last Monday for her home in Appleton, Wisconsin, where she expects to spend several months visiting old friends and relatives, Mrs. Jones and Miss Rose Jones of Chester visited here on Friday. Fioy Jones accompanied them home. The ANTHRACITE A BITUMINOU5 Seneca consolidated school, spent the week end at the home of her friend, iss Regina Berens. Peter Nemmers of Cedar Rapids pent Sunday at the home of his mother, Mrs. John Nemmers and with •ther local relatives. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Schijtz and their aughter, Betty Mae, spent Sunday at he home of the lady's parents, Mr. and rs. Jos. J. Elbert of Algona. Nick Scholtes returned last week rom New Richland, Minnesota, where e visited at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Ben Hellman and family. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Fredericks and two children of Emmetsburg visited last week Tuesday at the home of the lady's sister, Mrs. A. Conlqn. Agnes Olson, who is attending Gustavus Adolphus College at St. Peter, Minnesota, is visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mra. Olaf Olson. Mr. and Mra. Leo Klocke and their children of Albert Lea, Minnesota, spent Sunday at the home of the lady's parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Merrill. Miss Doris Pearson arrived home on Friday from Mankato, where ehe is attending commercial college, for a vJs. It at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Pearson. two giifls left Monday night for a week's trip to Washington, D. C. and vicinity. The M. E. Ladles' Aid will meet in the church parlors Thursday afternoon. A large attendance is requested so that plans may be made for guest day. Everyone please bring a covered dish or sandwiches. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson Were called to LuVerne Friday to attend the funeral of a niece. The child died at the home of her parents in Lake City and the remains were brought to Lu- Verne for burial. The Woman's Foreign Missionary society will meet at the home of Mrs. George Thompson Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Joe Mayne will lead the devotions and Mrs, Womack will have charge of the lesson. The farm bureau met at the home of Mrs. Edward Knoner Friday after- TEN Photos at the Popular Price Studio Located over Steele's Store. Open evenings Jvyvwvwwwwwwvff f&NORTON&SQN ir used Petroleum Coke von 1Y1 C«4-/\vn-t ,1! « i * •"'H introduce this wonderful

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