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Ames Daily Tribune and Evening Times (Newspaper) - August 31, 1929, Ames, Iowa A but Bettes of Somsi a i thames duly Tribune and evening times Ames Iowa saturday August 31, 1929. Page thue society of stews Farewell parties for Mccarthy family or and mrs. M. J. Mccarthy and mrs. Catherine Higgins longtime reorient of Ames and Agnes Irene and Raymond Mccarthy left today for Pasadena Cal., where they will establish their Home. The Mccarthy family will make the trip by Auto and mrs. Higgins will go by the Mccarthy h sold their borne at 623 sixth Street to t a. Trauger who recently came to Ames they have been Given a round of Farewell parties dinners and picnics. Those Given during the past week included a dinner and Bridge party for miss Agnes my earthy Given on monday evening by mrs. C. W. Morris 310 seventh Street mrs. Russell Batman Ami son Jack of Racine was being out of town guests. The same evening miss Ruth Hansen 612 Burnett Avenue entertained five girls at a slumber party and breakfast in Honor of miss Irene Mccarthy on tuesday afternoon Irene was entered at the g. A. Kulow Home 515 grand Avenue and in the evening the Mccarthy family and or a. Higgins were dinner guests at the t e Lavelle Home 926 Lincoln Way. Father l. J. Lavelle of fort j Dodge was a guest from away. On thursday mrs. Higgins and t the Mccarthy family were honoured at a 6 o clock dinner at the c. J Cavin Home 1168 Twenty second Street Des Moines the dinner being Given to celebrate the Twenty ninth wedding anniversary of or. And mrs Mccarthy. Guests from away who attended this affair were of and mrs l j. Kennedy of fort Dodge and mrs l. A. Walsh of Omaha the final Farewell was held on Friday in the form of a neighbourhood picnic at Brookside Park. Or Glazebrook or. And mrs George Edwards or. Abd mrs. David Reed or. And mrs. William Martin har old Strandberg. Peter Trow and the misses Katherine and Agnes Trow of Des Moines enjoyed an evening of games and singing at the close of which William Martin Sang a the end of a perfect he played his own accompaniment. In the late evening refreshments were served by mrs. Trow mrs. Gib and mrs. Mcleod. A a a picnic at Park Friday the employees of tile fair department store and a number of friends held a picnic it s t Brookside Park Friday evening the picnic supper which was served at 6 o clock was followed by an hour of games and into in. I Twenty five were in attendance. Iowa Council meets monday Iowa Council no. 21, Degro of Pocahontas will meet at k o clock monday evening in the is ult 7. Hall Over the Atlantic and Pacific Tea store. Al bandits confessions Clear $238,000 Lamar Bank robbery Tribune s county news service r i by Nea service i Lamar Colo., aug. 31.�?from Nev Ada aug. 31.�?the thir the ups of three of the men who did to second annual Story county my has come the a inside Story Quot of teachers Institute will open tiered or Trinh it in he history of monday september 9, at the High school building and will continue thru the following Day the faculty of the Institute includes prof l. B. Schmidt head i Franklin twp. The modern West a the $238,000 hold up of the first National Bank of i a mar on May 23, 1928, featured by the murder of four persons. Three of the men arrested by sheriff l. Al Alderman of i Amat of the department of his tor and and police chief Hugh d. Harper government at Iowa state College of Colorado Springs in the course i sensational i Ansel Martin head of music in the Story City schools miss Jef of a hum months Man a have confessed. They Are i Sie Parker of Des Moines j Ralph Fleagle of Garden City. Kan., tor in the state department of captured by sheriff Alderman in Public instruction or. Anna i Illinois George j. Altbier Colo Cordts of Iowa state teachers it Rado Oil Driller and Gambler and College the Rev. Paul Becker of to Herbert l. Royston a trusted in y. H. Hine child die Friday after six month a Hines history the Newton Church of Christ b \ Berg superintendent of the Newton schools j. Al Powers of the penmanship department of the Chicago schools and or. It. A. Seike president of the St. Loud Minn. Normal school. Professor Schmidt will speak Elneer in a Large Cement Plant Al san Andreas Cal. $7000 Reward for a a killer with a Reward of $7,000 on his head. The fourth Man Jake Fleagle a a brother of Ralph a is now being hunted thru out the civilized world a the actual killer with the Colo monday morning on our interest Spado state Bankers association or in latin America. Monday Anet -1 ter mined to effect his capture dead noon on a a the West in american j or alive. Patsy Evelyn Hines two year old daughter of or. And mrs y. H. Hines 1521 Kellogg Avenue i and will conduct a conference monday afternoon on the i South George h. Kellogg county us m tunes to i to it i egg if of schools will pre z to i. .1 the. 111-1 a a a ii. To. Flite. Hospital at i8�?~s Moines the it Hild had been ill for about six months and had been in the Hospital for six weeks. F funeral services will be held monday afternoon at the Adams Chapel Here. Friends who wish to know that hour of the service May Call Telephone 1 4 4 4-w. After sitting sullenly in his cell for weeks Ralph Fleagle confessed and implicated Abshier and Floy j Ston who were quickly captured. Fleagle broke Down after officers had threatened to take an x Ray picture of an old wound in his face to prove ii was made by a Bullet. Abshier and Royston enraged by having been a double crossed a then a told according to their stories it was Jake Fleagle who shot Aud killed a. No Parrish aged Bank president Ger Brach will he of the child i survived by its parents one brother. Max George and Wilford eight months old and its Giand Given away to boys and Gin parents or. And mrs. Leo Hines Ames who Are interested in Anta of Nevada and or. And mrs. Lion. Joe Gerbrach will give away aviation literature tue Day books and magazines on Aero a ii tics from a collection gathered and his son John Parrish after during the Pam five years by Joe the elder Parrish had shot Royston special to the Tribune. Franklin twp., aug. 27 the members and their families of Tho tuesday club held their annual Pic spent monday St the fair in de Moines. Or. And mrs i j. Patten Fay Lee and Imogene or. And mrs. Ujj Milos Olsan and son Wayne of Nevada spent sunday at tin ledges. Or. And mr.-. Guy Walker attend Oakridge threshing j a ave with safety Nic sunday at Brookside Park of Jed tile Oakfield line Ping to. Ames. About Twenty five were pres ice Cream social i thursday evening ent to enjoy a picnic dinner at the at the Jess Bennett Home i noon hour after which the after \ or. Aud mrs. W. Sawyer of of. Noon was spent socially. The next Ayr la. Spent sunday hic it at lobe with John Richard Hon or. And mrs. Ray Taylor of be meeting of the club will mrs. Charles Phillips september to. Laurence Grierson w As a business caller at Des Moines Friday afternoon. Mrs Stanley Ochampaugh mar Jorie and George spent wednesday Jai the Home of her parents or. And land mrs mrs. A c. Johnson West of on Russell Bentley Vada spent sunday i. J. Patten Home Guy Walker Board meeting Vav at the Charles \ it or. And mrs Frank i Ling at the a Gueci a la atle family Lario. The fair in Des mein Chon j evening j r Home. It per or and the attended monday. Walker and dinner guests at Home sunday iou kiss and i on Missouri spent Sun my mrs. Joe Hutch or. And mrs. Roy Bovard of or and mrs Ames spent wednesday at Lei noon daughter Wert and were supper guests at the Par a the s. A. Walk r Wiital mrs. Andy Eckard Home. J Olie and Dell i John Mcvick or and sons Clar Ald a Lebett of enc and John accompanied by Heil Lay with or daughter and sister mrs. Ralph a i kiss. Coy. Husband and daughter Betty or. And mrs. Guy Balker and i and miss Velma Mccoy returned Mildred attended the sunday is Bool to their Home at Chicago sunday picnic at May of Park saturday morning after a visit at their Daugh or and mrs John Richard and iter s Home. Daughters spent monday evening at Harris Tripp and sister. Mary the Frank Wheeler Home. And miss Velda Stuart attended or. And mrs j. K Brown and the state a fair at Des Moines Fliday. I sons spent the week end visiting Paul Pepper of Northwest of Gil i at or. Browns broiler in to Ben is visiting a few Days at the Hill. Or. Brown and Rthur spent Home of his grandparents or. Ami monday at the fair in Des Moines i mrs Fred Mccoy. J mrs Brown s Kotlier. I j Laurence i Persou was a business i Mchenry Perkins of i caller at Baxter saturday. Came Home with them tor i and mrs. Harve Crawford re visit they also i. Red j turned Home sunday evening after Bucks at la ail b a weeks visit with relatives at fair mrs. H. A Gilmore and . Madison Mitchell Howard of Bloomington returned Home i and con Nova s. I. They spent iday after spending the summer the first night at the Home of or. The a. E. Nicholson Home Here a a laxative children take with pleasure bottle if Lei $1.00 Besa la a Ferlie like Randy. Celli in Rifer pleasant tar to the child at your u n the give i Sara ii Moines a weeks on the a aught or Fri it i above Howard l. Royston below George j. Abshier. And mrs t. A Trauger who a in Grant 1226 Duff Avenue i a selected list of the Publica a a wjj1 by Kiven t0 the punic reside in the former Mccarthy Home am in the future were present at the picnic. In a a hold 8urpri� party for visitor a number of friends a hared at the Home of or and mrs. John Inglis near Ames on Friday evening and successfully carried out a aur prise party for mrs. W. J. Doey of Dublin Ireland who is visiting at the Inglis Home. Mrs. Inglis and mrs Doe Are Sisters. Those present or. And mrs George Palmer or and or. W. F. Jeff Rev. Or. And mrs. Allan . Or. And mrs Tom Trow and Earl. I and mrs d. Mcleod or and mrs William Winton or. And mrs John Hamilton and family mrs. Shack together and a heard. Then they took body several Miles away and dumped it beside the Road. The bandits separated but a Wineinger Ontario program will be to Aid cemetery Assn. In the Mouth while resisting the Holdup. With Al w. Kesinger Bank j employee whom they kidnapped the bandits fled to of Leagie a ranch near Garden City ran., using Kesinger As a human shield when sheriff i Library and other to boy scout j Alderman bred on Thorn in to. Pur j�il"f2lkv. When j do a Headquarters. The balance will Sun. Be Given out to children who Call t doctor coldly murdered a for them and Dav after tuesday then or w Vav. Wineinger of i rom la until noon or from 4 to 5 j Dighton Kan. Was decoded to the n in at Gerbrach s office above j ranch by Jake Fleagle to treat the twin Star theater. I Royston terrible wound in the spa a isl in the Tribune. J the collection includes Aero Mouth this completed Abshier Ontario aug. 31.�?a varied nautical magazines and Pam j Fleagle shot and killed program by Talent from Phletus books on flight Instruc-1 the doctor id silence him. I he body direction of Ion. Principles of flying and con t was thrown into a Canyon and the of planes and engines j doctor s Auto driven Over behind it a. 1 meanwhile. Kesinger was kept musical Gilbert under the mrs. Galen Ward will give a program at the Ontario Church wednesday evening at 8 o clock the proceeds will go to the St it port of Tho Onario cemetery association _ lion Striction coyed the doctor to the ranch pro de the clue that led to their undo ing. It was by this Means that Slier Iff Alderman traced the gang. I Nett in divided and mrs. Farl Brooks at Sioux rapids and on saturday night on a a their return Home at the Home of j shot w As a in a former Uncle. By Crawford at j a a 1 to i i in la. Or. And or. Fred Mccoy and i son Hershel were caller saturday i evening at the Milt Wyatt Home at i Ames. The zen Orville Gilbert con Mun Lily picnic will be held saturday i september 7, at Hutchinson s i it on Ltd miss Bessie Hass and Nephew. Phillip Henrehan of Nevada were guests thursday night at the Ray Cecelia Cooper the fair. Spent monday phone b3 free delis cry twice daily Frank Theis Diu Gist it main St. Ames Iowa 7he a of a a Dering legislation prohibit the dropping of lighted Clamp a a a a a Dom air planes. Just throw a another hardship in the Way of read the wants oms Unm. I bound and gagged in a Shack on tile several Eastern state a j ranch. For two Days Abshier says. Jake and Ralph Fleagle argued Over who was to kill Kesinger. Finally they both entered the Only a Little More than $6000 to be a h. 1. Mil in land mrs. Leslie Hurt and a Gunter divided Between Abshier and Roy-1 has been and Royston says he paid out Mary. Of Pasadena. Cal. Almost All til altar to have Hisa at the Hon wound jaw treated a. St Laulo Hick Etc my a 0eork. Baldu8 where he fled. South of Story City spent sunday of his sister Ston. Weekly it la nday school lesson prayer and Providence at Dpi in the thro probably will go to trial in i. Mar on s. ,,., it. Or tigers say they realize that they probably will be hanged for the in we. K. Gilboy d. D. Editor of or on grf the events of the present Lea j son occurred nearly 16 years after the Story of the rebuilding of the Temple in the preceding lesson. Apart altogether from the influence and destinies of Israel this was a memorable period in the world s history for la wan during this Lime that xerxes made his famous invasion of Greece. was a student and writer of the Type famous thru out history among the hebrews a scholar Well versed in the Law and an enthusiastic Patriot of Zion. His coming to Jerusalem from Babylon with a party of priests Levites singers and porters nearly 1 400 in All. Marked a new Era in Israel for Fra wan essentially a reformer. There it an interesting and very human touch in our lesson in the danger which confronted this Little band because of their enemies. Ftera had represented his expedition As marked by divine purpose and he Felt therefore a hesitancy about asking the King for soldiers to guard wifi company when he had himself suggested that god was his strength. He chose in his embarrassment the Way of fasting and prayer and he tells How god delivered his company from the enemies and from the dangers that lurked by the Way. The distance travelled in his trip was nearly a thousand Miles so that one can sense something of the nature of Tho expedition in that time of slow and dangerous travel. The cynic who believes that safety depends entirely on Force and that god is on the Side of the great battalions May scoff at Ezra a Confidence in spiritual Force but it would he interesting to compare the number of instances where safety has been associated with specific Praver and practice with the number i King of instances in which Force and arms have brought no real safety. One recalls the Story of tile Man who had travelled almost around the world in All sorts of pieces and among All sorts of people and who had gone thru All of his wanderings unharmed. His Only weapon he declared u As a a civil Tongue Quot which he regarded As the Best weapon of All. Just now in certain quarters there is a profound Confidence in Force and a feeling there is no safety in anything but material armament and strength. The lessons of history however by no Means uphold such a theory. It is rather True of nations and Peoples. That they that have taken up the sword have perished with the sword. The cultivation of the spirit of peace and Good will the promotion of the ails and Commerce of peace Are in themselves valuable factors in a nations welfare and safety. The Reform which came in Israel under Ezra had As its base the re discovery of the Law. Ezra knew the value of sacred literature. Every great spiritual movement in history has had its letter As Well As its spirit. The letter new to he ame. It is now on display at Public Library will Clr crime. Meanwhile the search for Jake Fleagle who is said to have planned the robbery and to hav recruited the others goes on. A in a Quot a 1 .i.,�?1 mrs. Oley Wold he left monday i morning for Des Moines to attend i the state fair for a few Days. Nevada Ciliate saturday sept. 7 in the meantime reserves May a placed on any of the volumes. Brief reviews follow books for adults Van Doren lost Art letters of seven famous women from -. Yen i a a a a a famous women letter other lady mrs. Dyer and daughter society news personals and text Ezra 7 a to 8 21-3-4, a 32 this Ezra went up from Babylon and he was a ready scribe in the Law of Moses which the lord god of Israel had Given and the King granted him All his request according to the hand of the lord his god upon him. And there went up some of the children of Israel and of the priests and the Levites and the singers and the porters and the Neth Nims unto Jerusalem in the seventh year of Artaxerxes the and he came to Jerusalem in the fifth month which was in the seventh year of the King. F or upon the first Day of the first month began he to go up from Babylon and on the first Day of the fifth month came he to Jerusalem according to the Good hand of his god upon him. For Ezra had prepared his heart to seek the Law of the lord and to do it and to teach in Israel statutes and judgments. Then i proclaimed a fast there at the River of ahava that we might afflict ourselves before our god to seek of him a right Way for us and for our Little ones and for All our substance. For i was ashamed to require of the King a band of soldiers and horsemen to help us against the enemy in the Way because we had spoken unto the King saying the hand of our god is upon All them for Good that seek him but his pow r and his Wrath is against All them that forsake him. So we fasted and Besought our god for this and he was entreated of us. Then we departed from the River of ahava on the twelfth Day of the first month to go unto Jerusalem and the hand of our god was upon us and he delivered us from the hand of the enemy and of such As Lay in wait by the Way. And we came to Jerusalem and Abede there three Days. Montague Abigail Adams Mary Wollaston i Roft Jam Austell Jane Carlyle. Margaret Fuller and Charlotte Bronte the editor has Choss in representative and self revealing letters. Comstock. Roads to the revolution a splendid presentation of the fact which have made Many places historically interesting Chesterton generally speaking a the shafts of Chester Obj Clever wit hit Many Mark thru out the pages of this Book Seabrook. Magic Island a the author went to live in the Mountain Jungles of Haiti with the family of a voodoo priestess As he counts in a graphic manner facts it is not Given the Ordinary person to know. Van Doren. Anthology of world poetry it presents More tide j quaely than any other single j volume the spirit of Lyric poetry thru out the Ages and thru out the world. Some year Book Braithwaite anthology of Magazine verse for 1927 and yearbook of american poetry. Of Brien Hest Short t tories of 1928. Mantle Hest plays of 1927-1928. Aircraft yearbook 1929. Books for children Mukerji hindu fables these Are hip tables Mukerji heard during his childhood. He says there May he finer stories for boys and girls from four to eight but none More instinct with a sense of a the Wise conduct or Meiklejohn. The cart of Many colors a Story of Italy for boys and girls. Walters puppet shows for Homo and school. Wilson. By Green magic a collection of the w Orlds Hest fairy tales from All countries. Flinger de heroes from Hakluyt a chronicle of the adventures and the deeds of the hold elizabethan captains who roamed the seas. Its it mrs. Estella Powell of Canada came thursday and is visiting at the Home of her , j. B. I hey. She will be one of the teachers at the Ontario school this year. Miss Irene Jacobson of Story City was a guest thursday and Friday of miss Edith Miller. Mrs. Ralph Lawrence accompanied by miss Velda Stuart attended the funeral services of a Friend a Goldfield monday. Misses of Edith and Evelyn Mantle nieces of the for Gimer returned Home with them for a visit at their aunts Home j Ferrold Weldon and Marvin Al mrs. G. W. Dyer and miss Ruth Nan and Richard Fox attended tile Dyer entertain a group of friends by at e fair at Des Moines Friday. Tuesday evening with a dinner at or. And mrs. Al j. Hunter Wen the Home of mrs s. I. Alderman callers sunday evening at the Home after which the party spent a social of their son Donald and w Ife at evening at the Dyer Home. Ames. Those present were or and mrs. Mrs. S. J Sanford of Runnels la Frank Mclain of Pasadena Calis visiting at the Home of her laugh or. And mrs. Frederic t. Mills of i ter mrs. William Tripp j Chicago mrs. E. O. Carter Andl ad-1 mrs. E. J. Francis of Girard Edison Carter of a Centro Cal. Mrs. Penn., is visiting at the Home of Minnie Mills. J a. Mills. Or. And her Nephew. J. H. Allen mrs. Al h. Addison and the hostess a a Milford twp. Entertain friends to save time is to lengthen life Only so Many minutes to the hour Only so Many hours a Day in which you have certain tasks and routine duties to perform. I he less time required to accomplish certain ends the More time you have left to enjoy Hie. You can reduce the time spent keeping the House comfortably warm this Winter by using Carbon King. It reduces routine Furnace tasks to a minimum yet keeps the family snug and warm during the coldest Winter weather. Call number 6 today whether for a ton or two or ten. The Ames Grain amp Coal company Rebekah Lodge attendance contest \ two evening competitive attend Anc contest is being wag d by Hie to a1 Reb Kaii Lodge. On More j meeting will be held before the losing Side must entertain and feed the winners. Lodge meeting this week gave Victory to the Side of j which or Howard John is chair Man. Mrs. Emm Mallory is Captain of the other Side. Its it it special meeting of p. E. O. A special meeting of chapter a. M p. E. Is called for Friday evening. This me Ting will be held at the Home of mrs. Al l. Mcconkie at 8 o clock. A Good attendance is desired at this meeting. But Ezra represented the spirit i Fine right Laws and codes but living in the written word giving judgments express the sanctions it life and meaning. He Quot prepare i of statutes As the Wisdom of gods Laws becomes established in their prepared his heart to seek the Law of the lord Quot a a preparation that was something More than a preparation of the mind. He had Zeal to know god s ways. But he went farther than this. With him Zeal to know was a Zeal to do and a Zeal to teach and gives to it definiteness and Penna j encourage Devotion in others Nency Tho there is allays the what did he teach Quot statutes danger that the spirit May be lost and judgments Are j coup aliments of spiritual Capac to the worship of the letter. More than statutes. Statutes de Ity. Results and effects. Ezra is the Type of the religious statesman and Leader whose influence and Power have been be Manifest in history not always for Ideal ends and in Ideal ways but gloriously constructive where consecration Wisdom and largeness of vision have been the a Knoxville officer bring own son to Justice for theft Knoxville la., aug. Is. I r two aged men both Law enforcing officers in Marion county sat in a courtroom Here Friday and with tears streaming Down their face saw the Law take its toll upon their two sons whom they had brought to Justice. Evan Gott. Justice of the peace and w. A. Pyle Constable were the fathers who first arrested and then obtained confessions from their sons Jonas Gott 18, and Lyle Pyle 20, that they had stolen a dozen chickens from a Farmer living near Here. Judge Al w. Dingwell a lifelong Friend of both Gott and Pyle sentenced the two youths to indeterminate sentences of five years. The youth began serving their sentence at the reformatory at Anamosa today along with John Gordon 22, Knoxville who was sentenced to five year on Hie same offence. Milf re twp aug. 30.�?mr. And mrs. Will Mattern from Ohio or. And mrs. Robert m Colly and i mrs. Clay gent unum All of Luther and mrs. Walter Comstock and i children from Ames were supper guests of or and mrs. Guy Wake Field thursday evening. Or. And mrs. C. O. Dotson Ami a Tiff in from ofe Attinger spent j wednesday afternoon with or. 1 and mrs. George sower. Or and mrs. We g. Gill Atli and family returned Home sunday 1 evening from a trip to outfit a t Kola where they have been visiting with mis. Gilreath a Are for the past week or and mrs. Frank Vail jr., mrs. Frunk Vail sr., and Lester Vail left wednesday morning for Denver and other Points in Colorado where they will visit with relatives. Or. And mrs. C o. Dotson and a i full Shiv mrs. Lulu Johnson has As her guest at this time her daughter mrs. Cecil Al Madsen of lies Moines mrs. Madsen will remain Here for soul1 time. Miss Delia Neal of Columbia mo., was in noon having ,. Pm trip which she a taken in a Fred an family. Or and mrs. David Christy Ami v y u j i family who formerly lived in this wednesday evening with company with cousins from Story City. Or. And or. Addison. Mrs. Al o. Carter and sons and Freddie Boardman w Ere in Des Moine yesterday at tin Iowa state fair. Miss Hope Hadley of Eagle Grove who won first place in the 4-h club girls health contest at the Iowa state fair wednesday is a Niece of postmaster Hadley of Nevada and with her parents. Or. And mrs. W j. Hadley visited in Nevada sunday while in route to Des Moines. Or. And mrs. Ii. L. Huddleston and their House guests from Illinois and Indiana spent yesterday in Des Moines at the Iowa state fair. Mrs. Frank Vail. Or. Lester Vail and or. And mrs. Frank Vail jr., left wednesday for Denver and other Points in Colorado where they will visit relatives. Or. And mrs. Orville Fry and mrs. William Mcintosh and sons Harry and Alvin Are in Des Moines this week camping at the state fair. Mrs. Elmer Pelter and husband and mrs. Minnie Stewart of Keota Are guests of their sister mrs. W. S. Smock. Mrs Treu Conant Ami granddaughter Betty Arnes Are spending the week in Marshalltown at the Home of relatives. A state fair camping party composed of mrs. C. D. Grierson and the following 4-h club girls will return Home today. Ruth and Mary Poorbaugh Thelma and Lois Grierson Pearl chitty Doris Huhn and Mildreds is fled. Or. And mrs. Al g Morley at tended the fair thursday and j a or. Aud mrs Carl Christy Mamie Hall and Orville Larson at tended it Friday. Or. And mrs. Galen Mann and \ baby spent tuesday evening with or. Jack Bates and family of near Ontario or. And mrs. Noble Price and family of near Napier spent tuesday with or. And mrs. John Lee. Or. And mrs. Al l. Bateman from Buffalo. Only have been visiting with or. And mrs will Warren for the past two weeks. Or. And mrs. George Sowers and laughters attended the annual Sowers reunion held at Lake Comar last sunday. Shave Lingcod in a Gas heated Horn of Many mite of stairs do you run up and Down during the Coal burning season How Many tons of Coal to you shovel in three months of cold weather heat your Home with Gas and your Furnace tending Days will be Over. All you do is adjust the thermostatic regulator to the temperature you desire a without getting out of your chair. Nothing to fix or fuss with. Just think of the Comfort and convenience you enjoy a together with the Complete Relief gained from work and worry when you install a Gas heating unit in your Furnace. Let our Gas engineers Call and estimate die Cost. Oakridge Oakridge aug 27.�?mr. And mrs. Of a Young and or. And mrs. L. A. Queal of Ames. Or. And mrs. Joe Milburn and or. And mrs. Charles Greer were dinner guests sunday at the Frank Wheeler Home or. And mrs. L. I. To tee were dinner guests at the August Stoll Home sunday. Mrs. Guy Walker and daughter Mildred attended the ladle Aid society thursday afternoon at or. Joe Millikens August Stoll and clix Potee Iowa railway and Light corporation kit ctr a. A of Wiotte i 131 main St

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