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The Algona. Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa. June 24,1937 GRAYS UNCORK DOUBLE PLAYS BUTLOSE,6- Iiose To House of David Tuesday, In Good Contest Five sizzling double plays tha sparkled in the twilight took th sting of defeat away from a 6 to defeat of the Algona Grays by th House of David bearded boys, Tues day evening. The game began a 5 o'clock, and ended just as twi light began to fall. A very good attendance saw the contest. The double plays whipped nround the Algona infield in great style, am drew a well-deserved round of applause. Games This Week Friday the Grays meet Buffalo Center under the lights here, and Sunday night they play host to Blue Earth, one of the fastest southern Minnesota teams. The House of David aggregations played consistent ball, weakening only In the ninth frame, when after two were out. Walsh got a hit, stole a base, and came home on the only error of the visiting nine. New Lineup Here .With Jones, colored catcher, released from the club, according to reports, Mertz and Boyd carried the duties of the receiving end, with Mertz behind the plate most of the gAme. He is a West Bend boy, and aia good work. 'The Menkes of Bancroft, as usual, played a good, steady game, and the Algona infield worked in clock-like fashion, making only two bobbles ill the entire game. .Box score: Algona (1) Ab R H E Algona Golf Pro Offering Free Women's Lessons Wednesdays When Walter Hagen, nationally known golfer, drove off the first tee In the St. Paul open golf tournament, with $10,000 as the .prize money, four years ago, Laurence Sausen, new pro at the Algona Country Club, carried his nags. Today, Sausen, now only 23 years of age, is looking forward to a lifetime of work in the subject nearest his heart—the game of golf. Like many of the up and coming younger golfers today, Sausen got his early instruction in the game while a caddy at the Keller Golf club in St. Paul. Last year he took a job in the pro shop at Keller, and this year was invited to Algona for the summer months. Snusen has been a semi-finalist (n the Minnesota state junior tournament, and runnerup in the state caddies' tournament. At the local course his best score thus far is a 35, one under par. ' In addition to caddying for Hagen, Safusen has worked for Harry Cooper, Butch Kruger, Bill Kaiser, Dick Arlen the> movie star, and a host of other golf notables. He is beginning lessons for women golfers, to be offered free, each Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock, and is also giving private lessons. Yesterday 15 ladies were out for the first lesson, and there's room for a lot more, Larry says. The ladies are having a tournament every Friday, beginning July 2 at 9 a. m. CHILDRENS' DAY PROGRAM AT WESLEY WAS HELD LAST SUNDAY Four New Members T Church Boll; 20New Probationers R. Menkc, 2b 5 020 A. Menke, ss 4 0 0 ( Earrell. 3b 4 o 1 Wander, Ib 3 o 0 Mertz, rf-c 4 0 1 Becker, cf 4 o 2 Boyd. rf-c 4 0 0 Walsh, If 4 i 2 Fisher, p 2 0 0 Deiterlng, rf 1 000 House of David Anderson, c Bgglenton, ss 4 Thenhaus, p 4 Zentura. 2b 4 Deck, rf r * 1 Tucker, Ib 3 0 Tally, If 4 1 Lewis, cf 4 0 Armstrong, 3b 4 1 35 1 8 2 Ab H R E ..2220 0 0 1 2 0 2 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 33 6 9 0 Whittemore Academy Alumni Election Whittemore: The annual Presentation Academy alumni banquet and dance was held 'In the academy hall last week Tuesday night. Following the banquet the new officers for the coming year were elected. Those who were elected wre Walter Fandel, president; William HIggins, vice president; Francis Farrell, secretary: and Garnet McDonnell, treasurer. Wesley :,A large group of parent nd friends attended Children's Day ervices at the Methodist church on -unday morning. Four new mem ers were added to the roll, they be- ng the Misses Nola and Betty Grat dge and Junior and Jean Bottom. Twenty children, ages ranging from en to twelve, were admitted as pro- ationers. As a fitting climax to le vacation Bible school, a program was presented as follows: Prayer and scripture, Rev. Bottom; choruses by Bible school; exercise, primary class: "What Will I Do?" recitation. Elaine Mullin; "Who Started Children's Day?" Ardean Monson, Shirley Hanson, Sylvia Ann Gcrdes. Bernice Johnson. "Smiles for Childrens' Day", Bernice Johnson; flute solo. Ruth Mary Seefeld; "Their Own Day," June Adcle Angle; exercise, "Memories", Jackie Hanson. Robert Diekmann, and Lowell Erdmann; "Do You?" recitation, Maxine Angle; song. "Festal Day," intermediates; "Thanks," recitation. Lewis Mayland; "The Bible," Mrs. Bottom's class of boys. "Bible Alphabet," Mrs. Bottom's girls; "A Hard Task," recitation, A very Mullin; "The Lad and the Loaves," intermediates; "Children's , Day Memories", Beatrice Emory; daughters of Livermore were Sun- night with Mr. Kraus' brother, Jacob 'Kraus. and together the four left the next morning for a good lake in Minnesota to spend several days on a fishing cruise. Sexton Bible School Bible School opened at Sexton on Honday morning continuing for two weeks with teachers from Wesley who have just completed two successful weeks at the local Methodist church. Teachers at Sexton •will be Rev. Arthur Bottom, Helen Nelson and Madeline Erdmann. 24 At Birthday Party- Lois Marie Bleich celebrated her tenth birthday anniversary Saturday and her mother invited in 24 little girls to help Lois Marie enjoy her day to the fullest. Games ivere played during the afternoon lours and a very nice lunch served. Hie honored hostess received many gifts in remembrance of the day. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Goctz and fam- ly were Sunday guests at the Leo lanig home. AI Wagner of Bode visited his daughter, Nina Mae, Sunday at the Ben F. Felt home. Mr. and Mrs. Don Meleney and family of Britt spent Sunday here at the A. L. Klelnpeter home. REUNIONS HELD BY3LDVERNE FAMILY CLANS Sehipulls, Gardners and Thompson-Merriam Gatherings LuVerne: The Albert Sehipulls attended a Schipull family reunion at Clear Lake last week Tuesday at ivhcih 21 families, numbering over 100 people, were present. Sunday seemed to be a favorite day for family picnics and reunions with five being held in LuVerne. At the Barney Gardner home relatives came from the cast and west The O. K. Cole family, Vera Hoard and daughter were from San Francisco. California. The J. M. Coles came from Alcester, S. D.. and the Will Purdys were here from Fredericksburg, Iowa. The guests from South Dakota were a little late in arriving as a car driven by Milton Cole, Alcester, was run into by a trailer at Spencer as the Coles were fixing a tire along the side of the road. How- j ever, the dinner tasted all the better for being a little late. The Thompson-Merriam reunion held on the beautiful Thompson Rewrites Of Newt From L«*» Tuesday'* Kotsuth County Advance Mr. and Mrs. Sam Alne and Leonard spent Sunday at the Sam Skart- land home near Guckeen, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Conley and Offering for special loan fund to be used by students; benediction, Rev. Arthur Bottom. Eleanor Johmon'a Birthday Miss Eleanor Johnson, daughter of the David Johnsons, celebrated her 18th birthday recently by inviting in a group of her friends for a party. Eleanor haa made application for her entrance into the Mercy hospital In Mason City where she expects to train for a nurses' train- Ing course. On Fishing Trip Charles Kraui and his two sons, Donald and Charles, Jr., left Saturday night for Manly to spend the Night oasc Sec Alpoiia'a Xc-w Battery in Action Friday, June 25—Night 8:30 Buffalo Center VS. Algona Grays This tt-ain is on a par with Forc-st City Sunday, June 27— Night 8:30 Blue Earth Minn. day guests at the home of his moth- re, Mrs. Kate Kennedy. Edmond Loebig of Algona an Gordon Loebig of Corwith both spent the week end here with the! parents, the Ed Locbigs. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Nelson and two children. Junior and Vernalda o Clear Lake were Sunday guest? ai the home of his parents, the Alfrec Nelsons. Mrs. Andy Chambers of Stuart, who has been viilting her daughter Mrs. Tom Nelson at Clear Lake •pent Sunday here at the Alfret Nelson home. The J. L Grattidge family drove to Mason City Sunday where they joined other members of the Grattidge family in a reunion held at the park there. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kouba. Sr. took their granddaughter, Miss Betty Van dotting to Charles City Friday morning, she having concluded her several weeks' visit here. The Rev. Arthur Bottom family joined in with the Hancock county ministerial family group for their annual gathering and picnic Monday which was held at Eagle Lake. Mrs. Rose Arndorfer is visiting the homes of her two sons, Henry and Mike near St. Benedict while A. M. Kunz is in Des Moines. Mrs Arndorfer keeps house for her nephew here. Fred Rassmussen of Renwick stopped Saturday to visit with his friends here enroute to Swea City to get Mrs. Rassmussen who had spent the week there with Looft relatives. The Lawrence Rake family of Williams spent Sunday in Wesley visiting relatives and friends. They together with Mr. and Mrs. George Goetz, were guests at the Henry lawn was attended by 70 people from Cedar Falls, Iowa Falls, Grundy Center, Morrison, Ledyard, Algona, Mason City, Corwith, Lake City, Lake Park, LuVerne and Denver, Colo. The oldest person was Peter Thompson, 82, and the youngest, Phillip Googell, Lake Park, four months. A buffet dinner was served from well filled baskets and ice cream and cake was served before the group separated at about four. Harry Merriam, Corwith, is president of the organization: Peter Thompson, vice president: Mrs. Everett Thompson, Lake City, secretary and Albert Merriam, treas- rer. The entire family of Mrs. Catherine Marty were at her home Sunday with the exception of four grandsons who were attending a young people's meeting at Paton. The group included the Fred Martys, Clear Lake, The O. J. ,Wm, Ed. and Henry Marty families and Adam, Matt and Emma all of Lu- Verne. The Win. Ramus home was the "DEAR DARLING" aaid a letter that E. S. Kinsey, county auditor, opened in his morning mall, Monday. With a startled look on his face he turned and looked at the envelope, which was addressed to assistant manager of a local store, age 35. It seems the letter must have been in response to an Insertion in a newspaper or magazine for "the lonely" or something like that. The writer described himself as about 50 years of age, and in possession of some $3,000 which amount he also would like to have a prospective wife equal. He also said he owned a $10,000 farm, and "needed a good woman bad." Auditor Kinsey is now wondering what to do with the letter. Nobody has claimed it—yet. * * # CROW HUNTERS will wind up their annual tournament and contest with a dutch lunch, next Monday evening, at the farm of H. M. Smith, county engineer, two and a half miles south and a half mile east of Algona. All conservationists are invited. The losing side will provide the treats for the winners, and winners are as yet not determined. Gail Towne and "Dad" Clark are the two team captains. • * * SHIS. CATHERINE HUBN received a letter sent via airmail which was delayed in transit, when the plane carrying it crashed into a mountain top near Salt Lake City on Dec. 15. The letter was mailed at Glendale, California, Dec. 14. The envelope was marked "Delayed due to Interruption near Salt Lake City." Her son, Bernard, sent the letter. WHTTTEMOREGIRL GUEST ATSH0WER Former Laura Braatz Is Honored; Received Many Gifts Whittemore: A post-nuptial Shower was held at the Louis Braatz home Sunday afternoon in honor of Mrs. Wade Moore of Mason City, who was formerly Laura Braatz of here. About 50 were In attendance. Pinochle and five hundred were played. Prizes were won by Mrs. Wade Moore, high and Carl Strucker, travel. The bride received many beautfiul gifts. Hostesses were the Mesdames Lou Relnen, Werner Braatz and Louis Braatz, and the Misses Esther, Elda, Reta and Alice Struecker. Out-of-town guests who attended the shower were: Mr. and Mrs. John Rabe of Fairmont, Minn., Mr. and Airs. Lawrence Johannason of Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Struecker and daughter of Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. Will Tiede and Fred of LuVerne, Mrs. Henry Krueger and Grandma Struecker and Mrs. Lou Reinen and daughter, Betty, of West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Poirot and son, Robert, drove to Ames on Tuesday of last week. Ed Cullen of Algona spent Mon- CLASSIFIED ADS FOR SALE— Strawberries, 3 mi. so. and 1 mi. west. Ralph Lindhorst. Phone 3F11, 25* FOR SALE— New 1937 V-8 Ford with radio and heater at discount. Also house trailer. Call at Dau Garage. 25 FOR SALE OR TRADE—1932 Deluxe Chevrolet coach with radio. A-l condition. Elbert. Phone 416-W.—Jas. 25 FOR SALE—Town lots and dwellings. List your property with us. —Kruse-Blossom Insurance Agency, Algona, Iowa, Phone 125. 25-28 FOR SALE— 6-hole Copper Clad Range. Also Heatrola. Good condition.— Moe & Sjogren. 25 Algooa Grays TL< M team in Southern ]\linncsuta. >Sfc Scrubby Anderson in action Adm. 40c; H. S. Children 20c; Children 7-13 lOc scene of a family gathering! From out-of-town were the Fred Hintzs, Webster City; the Lewis Petersons, Mason City, and the Wm. Ramus, Jr., Des Moines. Day Train Cut Out The day passenger trains on the M & St. L. were discontinued on June. 20. Week End Visitors Week end or Sunday visitors in LuVerne included Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Schultz. Pella; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Trauger, Des Moines, at Mrs Helen Traugers; Ward Boyd, Manllus, III., at the Josephine Scribners; Marjorie Lee Boyd, Fort Dodge, is a guest of her grandmother, Mrs. Harry Von Draska. The Percy Brinks, Burt, were Sunday guests at the Harry Christ- ensens. The Henry Peitzkes attended a family gathering at Clear Lake on Sunday. Mrs. U. S. Grant enjoyed a vUlt lait week from a granddaughter from Mason City. Scott and Robert Swisher, Iowa ~ity, are guests of their aunt, Miss Consuelo Hanna. Mrs. Paul Fechner returned Saturday from a six weeks visit with ier son, Emll In Denver, Colo. Mrs. Dorothy Hall and son, Chicago, arrived last week for a visit at the parental Chas. Hanselmana. Mrs. Ray Stouffer and Gertrude iVenzell, State Center, came Monday for a visit at the Anna Woitos. Mabel Kubly spent last week at he Geo. Krafts near Eagle Grove. FIVE FINES were handed out by local justice courts. Claude Harrah, Missouri, fined $5, plus S2.25 costs, Justice Danson, speeding with a truck; Harold Burtis, Algona, reckless driving charge dismissed, lack of evidence, Justice Danson: Cecil McVay, Algona. $l arid $2.25 costs. Justice Delia Welter, driving without muffler; Burton Watts, Humboldt. $15 and costs overloHding truck, Justice Welter: N. K. Richards, Eldora. $1 and $2.25 costs, failing to secure proper license plates; James Finiey. Missouri, failing to stop, $1 and $225 costs, Justice Welter. THE NEW POSTOFFICE is facing labor trouble, not here, but in the east, where strikes are holding up manufacture of steel supplies necessary in the new building. The opening date was originally set for FLORENCE PETERSON, Swea City, is asking a divorce from Leon- ^ ard J. Peterson, charging cruel and FOR SALE-nFull 100 Ibs gas for ,_u . . any bottle gas range, price $8.50. No better gas at any price.—L. W. Swanson, 111 E. State St, Algona, or Whittemore. 25 FOR SALE—Soy beans, $1.75 per bu. Less in large amounts. Broadcast beans on drowned out sloughs. Not too late for hay.—A. B. Schenck, Algona. 25* 50 GALLONS FREE GASOLINE with every Used Car selling at $150 or over for the rest of this month. 60 to pick from, name your own price.—Kent Motor Co. 25 The Algona Auction Co. Saturday. June 26 If you have luij Piu ,tur«- < attle. K '-t them in for Saturday faXSl °' CaU ' f< " IUUU " "" haVe taU * '"' ^ NOTICE—II: >ou will brwK in your v<-als we uiU have pucker Buyer* here ihw Saturday, ul so He will have boon, ' We have hor&i-b listed for tlui, sale. Don't forget our good liu,- of hay tool*. Coiius in and look Uu» Uiii over. We have the Belle City Thre»her and the Kewunee Elevator We handle the UeLuvaJ Separators, get them in early. We deaJ in new and used machinery. AluVf nalnier* Tractor* and tue JMiu>M-y-Harris line of iiutchiuery We will trade for auythnig you have, Se* u» before you deal. We have our good Power Binder* in. C'utiie in uid look them over. ^^ We will have a Furuiture Sale thin Saturday. One Globe .Miud enamel cook ktove. Will start on ktock nt 1:3O. TERMS—t'a*h. No property removed until settled for. Open Kverj Day. Sale burn phone 77 C. O. RIDDLE Operator and Kayiuoiid Kiddle, Clexk Ricke home for Sunday dinner. Fred A. Diekmann, office manager and bookkeeper tit the Kunz Grain Company, left Friday morning for Anita for several days into this week for the annual audit ol the Kunz Grain elevator at that place. The three liule children of Mr and Mrs Robert Kam of Algona .Sharon. Bobby Di, k and Dickie Bob. spent the week end at the home of Mra Kain's parents, the Kd Hild- mans. while the Kainn .spent several days at I^ike Okuboji. Mr and Mr.s. Carl O. Roe and daughter, Mrs. Cec il .Stille of Garner stopped here Friday upon their return home from Humboldt where they had been to attend the funeral of John LScrkhimer, 60. Mrs. Berkhimer is a sister of Mrs. Roe. Leila Wester, employed at the Iowa State College at Ames, spent Sunday here with her parents and with her sister, Anna, who is spending her vacation with home folks. Anna is a dietician at the Fifth Avenue hospital in New York City. Dr. and Mrs. R. K. Richardson took A. M. Kunz to the General hospital in Des Moines Friday where they left Allie for a thorough physical examination. As soon as Allie is able to leave the hospital he expects to spend some lime with hi« sister, Mrs. Art Corey, who lives in Des Moines. Mrs. Walter Anderson and two children, Joyce and Bobbie, arrived here Sunday for a week's visit with friends in the Doan neighborhood, where they lived before moving to Windom. Minn While here they will be guests at the Rudolph Larson home. Mr. Larson and Mr. Anderson attended the Louis-Braddock tight in Chicago Tuesday night. Insect Bite Harmful Union: Mrs. Hubert Ward has been confined to her btd with u leg infection for the pa^t live weeks. tine was bilteu by iome inject and infection remitted. Htr mother, Mrs. Will Kith haa been caring for her. Claus Kruse is quite ill at his home at this time. Mrs. James Godfrey was called to Buhl Idaho, last week Tuesday by the illness of her daughter, Mrs. Howard Mac-Martin. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Allen were called to Iowa Falls Monday by the death of his sister-in-law, Mrs. Abbie Allen. The funeral services were held Tuesday. The Ed Routs, Dows, visited his sister. Mrs. Harry Von Draska, on Sunday. She accompanied them on a visit to relatives in Armstrong in the afternoon. The A. D. Burtis family drove to Omaha Sunday to meet their daughter, Mrs. Wiliard Hershe and her daghter of Wichita, Kansas. Mrs. Hershe had made the trip from Wichita to Omaha by plane. All of the members of the Lu- Verne Lichty families had an indoor picnic at the I'. C. Lichty home last Friday evening, honoring the Lion Lichtys, Chicago, who were here enroute to the Black Hills and Yellowstone Park. The Tooheys went to Arnolds Park Sunday, taking back Shirley Kruse, who has been visiting here. The P. C. Lichtys drove to Cedar Falls with Mrs. Geo. Watkinson, who spent last week at her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Legler. The Good Will club met Thursday with Mrs. Elmer Emery, west of Sexton. Mrs. Fred Lenz was assistant hostess and there were 18 members and two guests present. The afternoon was spent socially. The members decided to make a friendship quilt again this year. The John Bockes, Mrs. Kate Hurf and others spent Sunday at the Will Jensens, Webster Citff. The F. I. and Irvin Chapman were guests of the Dr. G. F. McBurneys at Belmond. Dorothy Mae Lindebak, Genevieve Sunford and Bert Kunz drove to Heron Luke, Minn., to Me Clifford Knoll. Esther Fritzemeier has returned home from Lena, 111., where the has been a teacher for a number of years. She was accouipanisd by Arthur Stare, Rockford, 111., who is visiting at the Fritzemeier borne. A number of friends and the FriUe- meierb entertained Mrs. Star and Mrs. Harry Chriutopbel, Des Moines, who is, ali>o viaiting at the Fritze- meiers, at a picnic at the Park Saturday evening. inhuman treatment, $40 per month alimony is asked, and the custody of two children. ALGONA'S GRAYS defeated Forest City, 4 to 1, here Sunday night. That evens up the Inter-city series. Forest City won the first contest, last week, 1 to 0. F. H. POHEKOY was sentenced to 30 days in Jail, on a charge of reckless driving, by P. A. Danson. justice, Monday. The charge was brought following an accident a Swea City, early Sunday, in whlc Pomeroy's machine collided with car driven by Marvin Simonsmeier Swea City. JOS. RAMUS, LuVeme tells thl one: With water overflowing th roads after a heavy rain, he drov his truck Into a stream going acros the road. Just as he reached tin stream, a large carp, about twi feet long, cruised by, and wa. crushed under the wheel * * * SIRS. N. L MORNE88 attempt ed to show her son how to wall on stilts, at Burt She fell off, am one knee cap was broken. An op eration was necessary. * • • LOTT8 CREEK downed Whitte more. 2 to 1. in a hard fought game Sunday. ADJUSTMENT OF FIRE loss at the Burt school was completed this week, with a setlement for $18,000. SIRS. A. F. STEINBERG, Lakota died Tuesday, last week. Funeral services were held Friday, Rev Frerking in charge. Her husband and three children survive. JOffN KITHEVHEITHER Burt died suddenly Saturday morning Funeral services were conducted Monday at the M. E. church in Burt. and interment was at Titonka. Mrs. Kuchenreuther and nine children survive. They are Gertrude arid Harold of Algona; George and Mrs. John Rippentrop, Buffalo Center; Lynn. John, Mrs. Frank Rakow, Mrs. Clarence Schutjer, Titonka, and Mrs. Blaine Asher, of Spencer. THE KIR8CH LAUNDRY was sold last week to George Boswell, Des Moines, with possession to be given July 1. Mr. Boswell has been connected with the Troy Laundry for 18 years, at Des Moineg. Mr. Kirsch, who has been in business here for 10 years, has not announced his plans for the future. FOR SALE— 1937 Plymouth touring tudor.— Hoenk Motor Service, West of Court House. 25 FOR SALE—1831 Ford Tudor— Hoenk Motor Service, Weit of Court House. 25 FOR SALE — 1937 Plymouth pickup.— Hoenk Motor Service. Notice of Probate of Will STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, is. No. 4263 In District Court, June term, 1937. To All Whom It May Concern: You Are Hereby Notified, that an instrument ol writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Anthonette Durant, Deceased, dated July 31, 1936, having been this day, filed, opened and read, Wednesday, the 21st day of July, 1937, in fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona. Iowa, before the District Court of laid County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at ten o'clock a. m., of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and abow cause if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed a* and for the last Will [•nd Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algoaa. Iowa, June 22, 1637. KATHARINE Me EVOY, Clerk of District Court. ALMA PEARSON, Deputy. Van Ness & Stillnuui, Attys. 26-28 j of Court House. West 25 FOR SALE)— 1931 Ford I'A ton panel. 75.— W. M. Schencke, Phone 241-W or 52. 25 FOR SALE—1929 Ford 114 ton 8WB truck with refrigerator body. 135.—R. R. Hutzell. Phone 52 or 539-J, Algona. 25 FOR SALE—Used McCormick- Deering F-20 tractor. Like new. With cultivator.—McCormlck-Deer- ing Store. 25 FOR SALE>— 10 corn finished yearlings. 2 pure bred shorthorn bulls; 2 grass fut cows.— Loyd Gross, Algona, Iowa. 25-26 FOR SALE—Farm-all tractor with cultivator; six milch cows; team of horses.—E. M. Smith, Burt. 25* FOR SALE—Shetland pony. 2 year old. Broke to ride.—Henry Arndorfer, St Benedict. 25*-8S FOR SALE—Nearly new trailer. Will sleep four. Dau's Garage. Priced to sell.— 25 BUY A FARM now while prices are down. Large list to select Trom. List your farm with me.— Edward Capesiua, Algona, 24-tf FARMS— Large areas of good farm land located in the prairie provinces of western Canada which can be purchased at low and easy terms through Colonization Department of Canadian Pacific Railway Co gona. See D. L. McDonald, Al- 25* FILM DEVELOPING—and printing, any size, SOc per roll, free enlargement with any roll. —Lusby's drug 15-tf FOR FARMS or town property, ee me.— C. W. Nlcoulin, veal estate, Algona. 7-34* LOANS—Prompt appraisal on 20 ear /arm loans. No appraisal fee —no commission—no red tape— ow interest—Ed w. Capesius, Heine Bldg., Algona, Iowa. 22-tf FOR SALE—See New 1987 Grunow electric refrigerators, Electro- ux kerosene refrigerators and the Crosley Icy-Ball kerosene refrigerators $59.90. Special discounts for alance of June, easy terms.— "homaii Radio Service, 'Irvlngton, owa. 24-26 FOR SALE—26 choice farms in Martin Co. Good terms. $75 to $110 per A. Will consider some trade- Ed Arnette, Fairmont, Minn. 28-26* FARMS FOR SALE—All sizes, price*, location*, Term* to suit you. LUt your farm with u*.—Mc- Donald £ Co. 10-tf REAL. BARGAINS on good improved farms, also real buy* on Algona lot* and home*.—Kohlnwu Bros., phone 22. 20-tf FOR SALE—Oliver two-row cultivator. A No. 1 condition. Complete $15.00.—Ralph Faith, Phone 15F121. 26 FOR SALE—Strawberries, extra large and extra sweet price.—Clark Orton. Market 36 day evening with his parents, Mr and Mrs. J. S. Cullen. Mr. and Mrs LeRoy Walker 01 Algona spent the week end at the Art Heldenwith home. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Meyef of Garner spent Saturday evening and Sunday here with relatives. Paul Urlch, Father Greteman and Russell Brady were at Mason City Monday, transacting business. Moran Haverly of Oelweln Is spending- a few days this week at the Frank Bestenlehner home. The Russell Brady and William Rusch, Jr., families attended a barbers' picnic at Arnold Park, Sunday. The E. B. Cavanaugh family of Des Moines visited at the C. L. Cavanaugh home Thursday of last week. The Mark Cavanaugh family and Mrs. John Cavanaugh of Fort Dodge visited at the C. L. Cavanaugh home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Luohsinger'of Alden, Minn., spent Sunday at the parental home of Mr. and Mrs. Adam Luchsinger. Mrs. Kate Esser of Cylinder visited with her sister, Mrs. Gertrude Spllles for several days last week at the Oscar Poirot home. Bernice Ludwig and Bernadlne Mertz of West Bend spent the week end with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ludwig. . r I Don Honrel, whb h employed In the Fleming hardware sttre, move* his family from Rolfe Irtto the Albert Behnke residence last week. Rosella Volgt returned to'her duties in the Treasurers office of the- court house Monday morning' after . spending her two weeks vacation. Tommy Rochford, son of Mr. and? Mrs. Frank Rochford, is spending the week with his grandfatherV Frank t Rochford, in New Hampton. Heinle Hahn's Cardinals won two games of kittenball from the North side last week. Kittenball games will be played every Wednesday and Friday beginning last week. ' Mr. and Mrs. J. & .Walker of Algona spent Sunday a/tftraoon at the 1 Andrew Bjustrom 'faTtn and were- Sunday evening call&rgftt the home of Mr. and Mrs. Art ffe}$mwltn. Mr. and Mrs. Ralnn.iartlett an*' sfen, Bud, attended thl:Wedding of Mr. Bartlett's brothef, J&hn A. Bartlett and Gladys Furft«$j» at Hanlon;own last week Monclfr* Mr, Bartlett teaches In the "W^est Branch schools. ; Mr. and Mrs. Joe CulJSn left for their home in Minonkj mv f ifter spending a week with th'« forrrier's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J, S, Culfcn. ~>at Cullen accompanied•Ih'U^M far as Davenport where 'h« wlfl spend a few daya arid then go on to Chi"ago. , T HAVE you ever checked the full facls about SS£t In 4?J. a ,!i 8n? Do y° u know lhal CAPITOL ROCK WOOL between walls and under roof cnjtomanfy cats Summer temperatures 8' to 15 .. . .in Winter saves 20% to 40% in fuel, soon paying for the whole job! Practically anr type of home can be insulated by our method of blowing the insulation into walls and roof. Get information today. CAPlTOL ROCK WOOL INSULATION COWAN BUILDING SUPPLY CO. Iowa State Bank Bldg. 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