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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 17, 1937
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The Algona Upper Pea Moiries, Algona, Iowa, June 17,1037 Hold Military Rites For Lightning Victim At Whittemore, Tue*. Whlttemore: Short Legion ser•vices were held at the Catholic «*Metery here for Bill Kramer, 42, who was struck by lightning at Cfierokee, Saturday. Mr. Kramer formerly lived here. Father Wm. Velt officiated at the cemetery. The pallbearers were Geo. Scheller, Herman Maahs, Leland Wilden, Theodore Schmalen, Bill Baas and Erwin DeWitt The firing squad con- stated of Albert and August Meyer, Leo and Elmer Elbert, John Seler, Harry Seeley, Ed Wichtendahl, Alfred Semon, and Pete Schumacher was sergeant at arms. The buglers were Maurice Steier and Richard Seymour. The color bearers •were Clem Hogan and Floyd Wilkinson and the guards were Ray Haugen and S. A. Savage. Elbert Boy Injured Willis Elbert, son of Mrs. Cecelia KTbert, fell while playing in their yard Wednesday and broke three bones in his ankle. He was taken to Fort Dodge where the bones were set. He remained in Fort Dodge until Saturday. Marilyn Woodward left Algona Monday morning with eight girls to spend a week at Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bartlett, Maxlne Smith and Elaine Gengler were Ames visitors, Thursday. Harry Balgeman cut a bad gash In his hand while trying to crank his car during the storm Saturday night Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wilson of Independence, Mo., are here visiting with the latter's mother, Mrs. Emma Hilbert Mrs. Carl Walker, Mrs. Harold Kuecker, and Mrs. LJoyd Walker visited with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Art Hefdenwith, Tuesday afternoon. John Blsenius, Joe Besch, Jim and Cecelia Besch and Dora Besch were at Buffalo, N. D., Thursday, attending the funeral of an uncle of John Bisenius, Jacob Ries. -Mrs. Matt Kirschbaum and her children left for Watertown, Wis., Sunday for a visit with their husband and father, who Is at the head of a section crew at Watertown. Ava Simpson and friend, Gail Sherrard of Des Moines arrived Jiome from Dundee, 111,, Sunday Averting where they spent the past week visiting Dr. and Mrs. Harold Hoyt. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hlnchmann and son, John, of Aurora, 111., Viola Sebers of Chicago, and Clarence, lone and Mae Belle Sebers of Garner visited at the Arthur Heidenwith home Friday. Mr*. Ernest Judy and daughter, Donna, of Chauncey. 111., Mrs. John Deland and son, Fred, and Mrs. Nellie Otterback of Oblong, 111., and Mrs. Mary Albert of Saunders, HI., visited Friday with the Chas. Seymour family. The silo on the D. M. Stewart farm was wrecked In Saturday night's storm. Water covered floors were common in many homes. News\ftems^of Wesley Vicinity Mrs. Henry Swanson is to be hostess to the Priscilla Phoebe so ciety at her home northeast of town Wednesday, June 30. Election of officers will be held. Miss Betty Van Costing, Charles City, is spending her summer's vacation here with her grandparents, the Frank Koubas. Grace Kouba of Des Moines spent the week end here with her parents. Mrs. Peter s. Haverly, Moran and Donnajean of Oelwein arrived In Wesley the fore part of the week for a visit with the several Haverly families aria with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben" F. Felt. Miss Valera Mayer, teacher in the Mason City schools spent this past week as a house guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Hutchison. Miss Mayer roomed at the Hutchison home during the two years she taught here eight years ago. Mrs. Ole Flom was honored at a party at her home last Friday night in remembrance of her birthday anniversary which occurred the next day. Those present included the Olaf Funnemark, Lester Larson, Herman Ostercamp and Henry Funnemark families. The group numbering 26 enjoyed a wiener roast as their repast Mrs LeRoy Pfefter left Wednesday for her father's home at Traer, for a ten days' visit with home folks and during her stay at home expects to attend the wedding ol her sister Miss Doris Young to Joe Robinson of Kensett, Iowa. Miss Young has been teaching at Wellsburg, following her graduation from a teachers' course at the Iowa State Teachers' College in Cedar Falls. Lester Furgesons Welcome New Girl Armstrong: Mr. and Mrs. Lester Furgeson are the parents of an 8- •>ound baby girl, Marlene Ann, born Tuesday, June 8th. Mrs. Furgeson is the former Mary Schmidt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schmidt. Miss Sadie Schmidt, sister of Mrs. Furgeson is assisting with the housework. Mr. and Mrs. BUI Peters of Swea 'ity spent Friday at the Walter Conn home. Florence Blekfeld enrolled last week In the Gates Business College n Waterloo. Melba Conn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Conn is recuperating from an attack of appendicitis. E. E. Erlckson Is the owner of a new Ford V-8. Mr. and Mrs. Waltr Conn are also owners of a new V-8. Arlice Carlson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tankard Carlson spent ast week at the Lawrence Dolf home. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Whitesell of Waterloo are visiting at the John Whitesell home and also with other relatives here. Henry and Willard Irmiter and Everett Erickson were in Ceylon, Minn., Sunday afternoon where Everett played tMseball, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Tankard Carlson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Fothergill and family and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dolf and family, all of Armstrong vigitejl Sunday at the Henry Dolf home. Jesse Burkhead, a student at Carleton College, In Northfleld, Minn., is visiting a few weeks at the parental J. V. Burkhead home. He will leave then to attend a summer course at the University of Wisconsin in Madison, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Troestler and daughter, Ilah, who resided in Estherville the past year, returned to make their home here. They are living In the D. A. Martin house while Mr. Martin and his brother, Clifford are visiting in Pennsylvania. No Delays When you borrow for homes from this association ... That's because we have ample funds to lend Immediately—from Ravings and credit facilities. Economical, practical, cosy, our long-term loan plan enable you to repay from income. We'll help you build, buy, modernize or refinance now. Avoid delnytt by seeing an INSl'HED ASSOCIATION for home financing money first. ALGONA FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASS'N. 206 E. State St., Algona, Iowa E-O-W A Bit of Information for Farmers Who Should Have New Barns This Year The present ciop cutlouk has turned the attention of many farmers once mure to their need for new barns. New barns today are very carefully planned to they will do their job well for many years. It has been our pleasure to help in planning many of the new barns that have been built in this vicinity during the past few years. This has given us a lot of "know how" about barn planning and building that we offer FREE to any farmer who intends to build a. n«w barn this year. Our office ia equipped with all the best STOCK plan helps and ideas but we also have a connection with a barn architect so that when necessary or desirable, we can have special plans made at a very reasonable cost. Let us talk barn with you soon s.o that if you decide to go ahead, all details may be ready when you are ready. F. S. Norton & Son Former Resident's Rites Monday At LuVerne Cemetery LuVerne: The funeral of Mrs. William Ketzenberg of Windom, Minn., was held at the Methodist church Monday afternoon, the Rev. V. V. Schuldt officiating. The floral offerings were many and beautiful. Miss Kathleen McClellan and Mrs. H. H. Lichty sang "Asleep in Jesus", "The Old Rugged Cross" and "When They Ring Those Golden Bells." Mrs. Ray Stone was accompanist Mrs. Ketzenberg, whose maiden name was Clara Swiger was born and reared in LuVerne. She was 55 years of age and leaves besides her husband and seven grown children, 12 grand children, a sister, Mrs. Edith Smith and a brother, Charles Swiger, both of LuVerne. She has been ill the past year and for several months has been at the home of one of her married daughters in Chicago at whose home she died. Burial was made at LuVerne. Wind Storm Hits West Bend Homes On Saturday Nite West Bend: The wind Saturday night did considerable damage to trees In town. Two tree branches were blown down, on the roof ol the Myron Boos residence. At the Mrs. John Ludwig farm, occupied by Mr. DePew, the silo was blown down, falling on two cows. At the Sam Metzger place, the hay rack was picked up and carried over his truck and fell on the pump, bending the pump over. Water In the Sts. Peter and Paul lake In the park was over the bank? Sunday, covering the bridge on the east side of the lake. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Peril spent Sunday in Des Moines with relatives. Mr. and* Mrs. Ben Zaugg are the parents of an 8 pound son born on Tuesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Cleal of Rolfe spent Sunday at the home of their son, Dick Clen! and fp.mily. Mrs. Orville Harr, daughter, Jean and Charlie Simmons of Havelo^k. spent Sunday with Mr. Simmons' daughter, Mrs. Frank Besch. Oscar Riley and Joe Schneider returned from Minneapolis Monday evening with a new corn sheiler, which Mr. Riley purchased while there. Miss Jennie Comet, Frank Doyle and daughter. Enid and Russell Doyle spent Sunday at the home of Mr. Doyle's daughter, Mrs. Edw. Grethen and family. Miss Ida Riley returned from Des tfoines, Tuesday, where she had jcen with Mrs. Arthur Simmons at :he Veterans' hospital, where Arthur Simmons has been very ill. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Anliker. Ed Anliker and Chas. Anliker returned Monday from Indiana, where :hey attended the funeral, Friday, of the latter's brother, who was killed in an auto accident Mr. and Mrs. Lester Fergeson are jarents of a daughter born on ruesday, June 8. Mrs John Jongberg entertained at a social afternoon party and luncheon Friday afternoon The guests were Mrs Peter Heiken. Mrs Evelyn Saurim of IMS Angeles, Calif., Mrs. Fred Berggren, Mrs. Fred Petterson, Mrs. W. O. Nelson, Mrs. Waltr Petterson and Mrs. Emil Larson. Teachers on Vacation Supt and Mrs. Alex Evans left Saturday afternoon for a visit of several days with his mother at Decorah. Starting about June 18 they will drive to Bould«r, Colorado, where he will be a student at the state university summer school. Two olher LuVerne Uachers a?8 at Clear Lake, where they are teaching in the Y. W. C. A. camp for girls. There are 80 girls enrolled. Miss Miriam Troutman is supervisor of the play ground while Mrs. John Phillips, nee Margaret Van Patten is teaching hand craft. Dally Vacation School The daily vacation church school under the supervision of the pastor of itha Presbyterian church, the Rev. E. E. Hancock closed Friday with a morning session which was followed by a picnic dinner at the park. Sunday morning, June 20. Children's Day will be observed. The corps of teachers in charge were Mesdames Hancock, De Rae Godfrey, Lee Lichty, Irvin Chapman, Misses Mabel Kubly, Shirley Dimler and Virginia Lichty. The drivers were Mesdames A. A. Schipull, Harry Christensen, Arthur Riley and the Rev. Hancock. Tho annual community picnic which Was to have been on June 25, has for various reasons been postponed until a later date. The Rev. and Mrs. Olln Parrett and little three months old son, Gene of Oaktown, Indiana, and Mrs. Leonard Malueg and son, Irvin and daughter, Ruth were guests of the Rev. and Mrs. V. V. Schuldt Sunday. William and Robert Chapman left by auto early Monday morning for Des Moines to attend the eighth convention of carrier salesmen for the Register & Tribune. They were accompanied by their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Chapman. thane 229 Iowa IRVINGTON NEWS Mr. and Mrs. George Bolte were Clear Lake visitors Saturday morning. Bill Householder, 15, of near Lone Rock stepped on a pitchfork Thursday and the wound is being taken care of by Dr. Bahnson of Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. John Micklick left Friday morning for their home at Lohrville after spending two weeks at the Ole Pederson and Ben Mitchell homes and with other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Zumach of this place accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Carl Morck of Algona on a fishing trip in northern Minnesota Friday and expect to he away for ten days. Mr. and Mrs. James Olsen and daughter, Agnes, and son, Ronald, of Ltmmon, South Dakota, left this week Tuesday for their home after a two weeks' visit here with Mrs. Glsen's brother. Ole Berkland and family and with other relatives. A Children's Day program was given Sunday in the M. E. church with a large attendance. Lucille Marie, daugter of Mr. and Mrs. Will Osborn was baptized following the services. The annual cow testers association picnic was held at the Jacobs dairy Sunday. From here attending were Mr. and Mrs. George Seims. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Giffen and the Bertel Berkland family. Several from this vicinity attended the Plum Creek club meeting at the Floyd Gardner home last week Wednesday. • j =. , Joe Lage visited last week with his friend, Garnett Pickard of Plum Creek township and thsi week Garnett is at the Lage home, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harness of Walworth, Wis,. motored to Algona ast week bringing with them Frank Ditsworth who had been at the Harness home for a visit. The set of buildings just west of the river bridge have all received a coat of paint which adds greatly to their appearance. This place is owned by residents of Eagle Grove. Mrs. Paul Dremmel, assisted by her sister, Mabel Leason, entertained the Busy Bee club at the Edw. Mawdsley home last- Friday (a week ago). There was a good attendance. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Bedell arrived early this week for a visit with old friends. The Bedells are returning to their borne in Pipestone, Minn., from a recent eastern trip to Pennsylvania, which Is the boyhood home of Mr. Bedell. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Phillips were Sunday guests (a week ago) at the home of their son, Clarence in Spencer. The occasion was to celebrate the third birthday of the Phillips' granddaughter, Ginger Phillips, eldest chile] of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Phillips. Week end guests at the Fred Geigel home were Fred Hendee of Sloan, George Worley of Salix, and Miss Flornce Hawley of Laurens, all Buena Vista college students, and Owens Gangstead, teacher at Palmer. All returned to their homes Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Van Stenberg and Lewis Egel all of Flint, Michigan, arrived last week for a visit until after the 4th at the Chas. Egel home. They report conditions in the strike area as being terrible although Mr. Van S ten berg was not affected in his line of employment. During the severe wind arid rain storm last Saturday several electric light poles on the high line were broken off. This, however, wan not the reason for the current being off Saturday evening. This was caused by a large tree (falling on the wires in Algona, shutting off all of the south current. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lage and family visited Sunday with Mr. Lage's parents at Lattimer, the occasion being the yearly family reunion with all of the chudren present with their families, but one, there being <1 in attendance. On the trip over they were forced to make several detours owing to washouts of bridges from Saturday's storm. J. A. Maasdam, Frank Ditsworth, O. L. Miller and Fred Geigel were those from this community chosen to act as pallbearers for the funeral of Mrs. Wm. Greenfield. The Greenfields lived for many years on the farm now owned by the Ferry Phillips and made many friends while living here. Mrs Greenfield was a woman of sterling qualities and her passing will leave a vacancy. BANCROFT NEWS Richpoint News Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fitch were Sunday guests at the Forbua Stlltz home. The Frank Weber family gathered at the John Weber home east of Irving ton, Sunday for their annual reunion, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Capesiun drove to Ames Monday for their son, Edmund, who will spend the summer at home. Georga Anne Geigel and a school friend spent the week end at the Fred Geigel home. The girls returned to Storm Lake Sunday. Dick Godfrey, fcon of George Godfrey, has come to bpend the summer on the Godfrey farm here and with his grandmother in Algona. Mrs. Geo. Johnson spent Thursday at the home of her bister, Mrs. Ray Fitcb. Mrs. Fitch entertained in honor of her mother, Mrs. Chaa. Clark. The following families attendee a family reunion at the Call State Park Sunday: Henry Fox, Joe Fox Chas. Fox and C. M. Baker. Morris Greenfield of Ackley spenl the week end visiting friends in Bancroft. He formerly was employed in the Fuchs hardware store. The Misses Marguerite Tyre)) Betty Baker, Maureen Wolfe am Monica Baker enjoyed a picnic supper at the Call Bute Park, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hood and Hubert Hood of Hum boldt and Mrs Chas. McGuire and two sons at tended a family reunion at Clare Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Newell St«venson o; LaCrotuie, Wis., are visiting at the home of Mrs. J. J. Nurre. Mra Stevenson is a daughter of Mrs Nurre. Mrs. Leo Sa.unders entertaine< the following children at dinner on Monday evening in honor of he son, Gene's fifth birthday: Jimmy Dkoevsler, Denny Scholtes, Full; and Monica Mulligan and Billy Me Guire. Pauline Preston I* Swea Bride, June 11 Swea-Eagle twp.: Miss Pauline Preston, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Preston of Swea City, become the bride of Maynard Jenson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jenaon, In a wedding ceremony performed at noon, Friday, June 11, by the Rev. R. P. Bronleewe, under a beautifully decorated arch of roses at home of the bride's parents. The attendants were Elolse Preston, sister of the bride, and Virgil Jenson, brother of the groom. The bride was attired in an ankle length gown of blue lace and carried pink roses. The bridesmaids wore pink lace dress. Wilma and Phyllis Preston played "I Love You Truly" and the wedding march from "Lohengrin" was played by Mrs. Claude Fan- guse a sister of the groom. Immedaitely after the ceremony a three course dinner was served to 35 relatives. The table was decorated in pink and white with a beautifully decorated wedding ca'te as a centerpiece. Misses Elolrie, Wllms, Phyllis and Morris Preston ncted RS waitresses. Both the bride and groom are graduates of the Swea City high school and both have been active n church and community work. They will make their home on the rm with the groom's parents. An honored guest was Mrs. Vic Eckholm, aged grandmother of the groom and Mrs. Nina Traub of Des kfoines, aunts of the bride. Good Hope Girl Home Following Bad Auto Crash Good Hope: Helen McMahon is 'xpected to return to her own home n Good Hope Wednesday follow- ng a few days' stay with friends n Algona after several weeks in a hospital in Mason City, due to the automobile accident in which she was involved. Helen was much less •erloualy Injured than her friends first feared. , .__ Mr. and Mrs. P. A. McArthur, Algona, and the Derwood McArthurs. Good Hope, were dinner guests at he W. E. Brodersons, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Hawcott, of Good Hope, and Mr. and Mrs. Harris Wadsworth and daughter, of xme Rock, were guests of the Martin Jensens, Algona, Sunday. The annual celebration of Children's Day at Good Hope was bless ed with ldpal weather conditions and brought out an appreciative group of Good Hope residents and neighbors. Mrs. Albert Butterfield and son. Howard, Willis and Willard Mitchell and Dale Ehrhardt were received Into the church. Reu- Ben LeRoy McArthur, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Derwood McArthur, and Ardii Joan Gardner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Gardner received the sacrament of baptism. The Ice cream social sponsored by the Good Hope L. A. & last week Wednesday evening at the community room was a highly successful and profitable affair both financially and socially. The folks of the community needed the oppor tunity to visit together to relieve the tension they have been under this spring with their farm work and they took full advantage of the occasion. A net sum of $25 was taken in by the ladies. Grant News Mr. and Mrs. Sam Link and daughter of Sioux City spent Friday at the Walter Mino home. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Allen and children were Sunday evening visitors at the Martin Gabel home. Emil Christopherson of Albert Lea spent Sunday at the home of his sister, Mrs. Martin Gabel. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Patterson and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Patterson of Swea City spent Sunday at the J. J. Patterson home. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McDonald of Ledyard, Sunday, June 13. Mrs. Harry Curtis la helping care for the baby. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mlno and their daughter were callers at the Fred Montgomery home and Mrs. R. J. Mlno homes in Blue Earth, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Spelcher accompanied Mr. and Mr*. Louis Speicher of Fairmont to Algona on Sunday to attend the Jennings reunion. Friends will be glad to know that Grandma Hunt is a little better at this writing. Mrs. O'Dell of Bancroft helped care for her a few days last week. Mr. and Mrs. John Speicher and Milo and Beulah Speicher of Fairmont and John Speicher's sister, Mrs. Jennie Hinkley of Cherokee, spent Friday at the Wm. Speicher home. Duane Stewart has resigned his position as high school principal to accept a position as superintendent in southern Iowa. We are sorry to lose Mr. Stewart from our teaching staff. The Grant Ladles' Aid will meet with Mrs. John Hull of East Chain, a former Aid member, Wednesday. June 23. A wiener roast will be the main feature of the lunch. Everyone is cordially invited to attend. Mrs. Sam Christophel returned to her home last week from Armstrong where she has been for the past month helping care for her mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Erlckson, who are both bedfast. Dinner guests at the Joe Mayne home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Jake Fretty and children of Pilot Grove, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Severt Holm and children, Mr. and Mrs. A. Zlelske and children and Delmar Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Speicher and daughter, Evelyn and Mrs. Mable Mino and sons spent Sunday evening at the Leonard Mlno home. The occasion was Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Mino's wedding anniversary and also the twins, Mary and Maribelle's third birthday. Miss Hulda Clausen of Dolliver. and Alfred Krammersmeier, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Krammersmeier, were united in marriage Thursday, June 10th, at the Little Brown church, Nashua. Miss Clausen was a former teacher in Grant having taught here the past eight years. ototionTrip Notice of Probate of Will STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, S3. No. 4255 in District Court, June Term, 1037. To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Matt Osterbauer, Deceased, dated September 30th, 1936, having been this day filed, opened and read, Tuesday, the 6th day of July, 1937, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House In Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at ten o'clock a. rn., of the day above mentioned all persons are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, June 5, 1937. KATHARINE MC EVOY, Clerk of District Court. ALMA PEARSON, Deputy. L. A. Winkel, Atty. 23-28 Notice of Probate of Will STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY. S3. In District Court, June T«rm, 1937, No. «25». To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Eva Germann, Deceased, dated January 15th, 1930, and Codicil to said will listed March 30, 1937. having been this day filed, opened and read, Wednesday, the 14th day of July, 1937, is Axed for hearing proof of same at tb* Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of laid County, or UM Clerk of said Court; and at nine o'clock A. M., of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause if any they have, why stticl instrument* should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of iaid deceased. DaUd at Algona, Iowa, June 14, 1937. KATHARINE McEVOY. Clerk of District Court. ALMA PEARSON, Deputy. Sullivan, McMahon A Linnan, attys. 24-26 • Hav« the best tin* ever this vac*. tion—y»t pay surprisingly liltl* for the trip—going by bus. Leave almost any time yon like, stop over wherever yon with, include side trips, circle tours and All-expense tours at smell •xtra cost. Youx local bus agent will be glad to furnish full information and travel folders, and prepare a complete) outline oi your trip (lares, schedules, routes, stop-overs, etc.) •without cost or obligation. Streamlined coaches, with deeply cushioned chairs and wide, clew windows on all sides, make the trip a sightseeing tour all the wey. Sampl* L*w Fan* O<wWw LOS ANGELES $28.75 PORTLAND $26.75 DENVER $1S.OS OMAHA W.05 BUS DEPOT Algeria Hotel Phone ttti UMIU PACJf !» TAKC S ! INTERSTATE ' TRANSIT LINES One Man can operate it JOHN DEERE No. 6 COMBINE Here's the combine John Deere has built for the Email grain grower. One man, alone, handles both tractor and combine. The work is speeded up. Harvesting costs take a big drop. No more worry about paying twine bills, extra harvest hands, threshing bills. It's small in price, but big in quality. Come in. Investigate now. No. 6 Feature*! * Oltta hu-mtlnc In bit WM9 IctTof crapi. if Cat* 1-foot iwtth. * OpnrtMd br poww t*lM-6t on tractor. * OtpMltr to huidi* Inntfttt A B*ffnIulv*<tnlpp*dwHhniI»> bertin*. KOSSUTH IMPLEMENT CO. Phone 880 Algona, Iowa JOHN DEERE QUALITY IMPLEMENTS AND SERVICE The Poor Man's » Friend They talk higher prices. This wolf, wolf talk has not scared me a little bit I have not been able to get excited about future buying. In the past 30 days I have made some of the best buys I ever made in my life. Many articles in Neville's store are being sold for less than I ever sold them for in 40 years of merchandising. It is a poor place to trade horses In the middle of the stream and I feel that now is a poor time to raise prices. Work Is not as plentiful as it was a year ago and prospects for farmers' crops and prices are no better. Then why should they be charged more for what they buy. Live and let live is my motto. Adding a fancy price to a certain article does not make it any better or more standard. The same shoe that is sold in one store for $6.00 can be sold in another store for $3.99, but It is still the same shoe made by the same people and shipped from the same factory. , We have a wonderful lot of good buys for you. In fact, Neville's Store is a regular bargain house. Men's and boys' caps 18c or 2 for 2Bo Men's White Buck Shoes reduced to $1.49. Peters' Work Shoes, all solid leather $1.49, SIM and $2.89 Police sole work shoes, welts with arch support $240. Men's seamless work shoes Gro-Cord sole welts at KM Women's white slippers, all styles, leather soles at S6c Other white slippers for women and girls 75c, 98o and 148 Girls' Slacks 75c, K*c. $1 polo shirts at 49c, 80c kind ZSc Men's wash pants, values up to $2.00 for 98c. Boys' chambray work shirts, a real shirt at 26e Men's dregs half hose and anklets at ISc a pair. Thirty odd years ago when I ran a clothing store in Garner I sold these same quality for 2Sc. We have 12 men's wash suits left. They are disappearing fast at $4.28 to $5.50. You get style without extravagance at Jimmie Neville ALGONA, IOWA Night Baseball Thursday, June 17th—8:30 P. M. ALGONA GRAYS l VS CERTAINTY MILLERS, FORT DODGE Sunday, June 20th—8:30 F. M. ALGONA GRAYS Yf FOREST CITY OOMIKO! COMING! OOMINO Tuesday, June 22nd, 5 P. M. ALGONA GRAYS VS THE FAMOUS HOUSE of DAVID JfoaMMMBrag^^

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