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The Algona Upper Dec Koines, AlgopA, Iowa, Jnly I. ISttT (Mores I» l ^SlCp'«B^MSS>BMBHIMBB K«**nraniir The Neteon family met for its ehcth annual reunion at Ca!! State Park, Algona, Thursday. June 2*tti. Fifty-two were present including the following Kounrte folks: Mrs. Seen* Kelson. Ringsted; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Neteon and eons, Boyce and Gerald, Mr. and Mrs. Chris ChritUanson and daughter, Lillian and sons, Cecil and Doyle, Mr. and Mrs. AJvin Nelson and daughter*. Wanda. Joyce and Sharon Kay. Ringsted; Mrs. Gertie Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Thompson and daughter. Ruth, Mr. and Mr*. Bophus Peterson, Burt; Mr. and Mrs. Leo Keren and daughter, Muriel, Fenton; Mrs. Ray Oisen and sons, Robert and Donald and daughters, Marjotie, Shirley and Donna Me*. LAI Verne; Mr. and Mrs. W. C.; Kelson, aad Mrs. Frank Rederus. Ledyard; Mr. and Mrs.. George Olsen, Br.. and con, Arthur, Sexton: i Mr. and Mrs. George Olsen, Jr., AJ- gona; Mr* ArtJiur Benscboter. Verse: Loon Beaechoter, Whitte- Eoore aad Mr*. Leslie Huff. Algona. Bridg*— Mr*. J. H Brecbtbiil Mr*. J. O F. Price. Mr». Casey Lot*. Mrs. Walter Fraser and E3««nor Fraser were Joint ho*t«s«e» at a on* o'clock luncheon and bridge party in the dining room of Hotel Algona. Tuesday afternoon There were 50 guest* present. Mrs. E. A, Scheme! received the first prize, Mrs, Milton Norton, the second prize, Mrs. J. H. Fraser. the cot prize. Mrs. S. K. McMahon the prize for having the score nearest 1827, The consolation prize war received by Mr*. May Orw stety friend* and relatives gctfcereS *Hriag tike day at the home «*? Mr. *»« Mrs. J 3. Dt>oJey. Sst- to fa«If> oetefcrate tiwar 30th Open house bfdd in thr afternoon aad evening. A Mix f'cJwt* dtnaef was held at tbe Aipoata ttotel ia ttetmtfngr at which 11 were present. One member of the origSna] bridal party wa« present U>e bridesmaid. Mrs. i. M Giarier of St. James MinaoMta. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. DooJey and children. William of South Bend Wisconsin. Rita of Des Moines and Iroelda of AJgona, Mrs. Glasler. Mrs. Kathleen Kelly of South Bead. Wisconsin, Donna Dooley, Frances McEnroe and Fathers C. A. Ahmann and T. V. Davem all of Algona. Mr. Dooley prevented bis wife with a pearl ring on the occasion. ]>gt«n Auxiliary— The regular monthly meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary will be h<?M at the hull. Friday night. An installation of officer* will be held. Officers to be installed are Mae Evans, president; May Fox, flr»t vice president: Twylah Bartholomew, second vice president; Hazel Bruns, treasurer; Kleanor Fraser, secretary; Marie Dutton. chap- Iain; Edith Brundage, historian; {Catherine BUphenson, sergeant at arms, and the member* on the executive board, Mrs. Wm. Wels, Mrs. J. H. Hoppe, and Mrs. Leon Mer- rltt. Family Picnic— ' '"" The fifth annual family picnic will Dftawerfii Rotation H>M— The annual Dlttworth family reunion was held Saturday at the State Park with 1*5 present Members of lh<? family cane from eight state*, Alabama, Mississippi, Wisconsin, Nebraska. South Dakota, Minnesota, Illinois and Iowa. The reunion is always held the last Sunday in Jane. Mrs. George DIU worth of Bancroft, Is president, and Mrs. Edward Sweeney, also of Bancroft, is secretary. Sorprt** Party- Marion Corey was surprised at a seven o'clock dinner. Tuesday evening by a group of friends at the Blue ROOCT in tae Hotel Algona. Those present were James Spencer, James Bishop. John Bishop, Bob Pmst, Bob McCuIlough, Dick Post Betty Edge. Esther Pratt Itabelle Greenberg. Elaine Hilstedt and Irma Dee Phillips. The latter part of the evening was enjoyed at Clear Lake. Crtwco Cnuim Entertained— A regular meeting the Cresco Chums was held at tbe home of Dorothy King, June 25. An interesting talk on rugs was given by Zelda Long. Esther Scbeppman gave a music talk on "The Funeral March." Patricia Matern, the del- NEWMDEAT CAR NIVAL HERE "Octopus" Making Firs Iowa Appearance at Celebration 4 5th "The Octopus", a carnival ride which will be making Ite first sp pearance in Iowa, will be one of the biggest features of the Greater Am eriean Shows, which have been booked for the Kossuth July 4th and 5th Celebration at the fairgrounds in Algona. The shows will come here direct from Marshatltown. Iowa. The new ride, "The Octopus", Is being shipped here from Salem. Oregon. It is made by the same concern that manufactures the Loop- O-Plane with which many of the more daring are already familiar. "The Octopus" weighs six tons, when erected, and ready to operate. The Greater American Showsulso carry ten rides, ten shows, several of the latter with over 100 feet of banners, and 35 concessions. Secretary Vincent of the fair board said that the Greater American Shows are absolutely the largest carnival company to play in this section of the state. Sponsors July 4*5 Program, Whittemore St. Michael's parish of Whittemore is sponsoring a two-day celebration, July «h and 5th, and It promise* to be the largest in the history of the community. A feature event will be the balloon ascension and parachute jump which will take place both day* Seven other act* will afro be offered. Whittemore and L/otts Creek will tangle in a baseball game. Sunday afternoon. On Monday. West Bend and Whittemore will cross bats Firework* will be displayed both evenings. , 4HURTSUNDAY IN ROAD SHUSH Car* Coming Over ffiO Meet; Take Two To Hospital R » csty: ©wae- injured when two tnacfetees ed Sunday, two mBw trartfe and * LIVERMORE Will HAVE CITY HALL b« held at the Country Club tonight (Thursday). The committee members are Dr. F. C. Scanlon chairman, D. P. Smith, M. P. Weaver, Dr. C. H. CreUmeyer, R. K. Vincent, J. F. Overmyer, J. L. Bonar O. a Buchanan, Mads Christiansen, P. A. Dan«on, Albert Ogren, Bert Deal, Jo« Qrecnbreg, H. M. Hauberg, John Kohlhaa*, G. F. Towne, D. C. Hutchison and Antone Johnson. egate to Ames, gave account* of what she *aw and heardThere. The next meetig will be at the home of Maxine Robinson, July 7. Margarrt MrNown 1* Bride- Announcement of the marriage of Margaret McNown, music teacher here the last two years, bavs been received by local friends. She was married Friday at the Chapel of Western Reserve Academy, Hudson. Ohio, to Allen R. ShllU. The couple will be at home at 8742 Elmhurst Ave.. Elmhurst, Long Inland, New York. Bridge Party- Mrs, Marion Burnank was hostess at a bridge party at her home Tuesday afternoon. There were eight guests present. Mr*. R. W. Rhoder won the high *core prize, Mr*. L. S. Muckey the consolation prize, and the travel prize went to Mr*. Russell Cook. Bridge Party— ~"~ Mrs. M. P. Haggard, Mrs. K. D. Jame* and Mr*. M. P. Weaver will entertain at a dinner-bridge party Friday night at the Weaver home Swea Twp. 4-H Club Met Wed'day Swea-Eagle Twp.: Swea Spirit of Service *-H club met at the home of Ula and Ruby Berg Wednesday, The program consisted of: talk. "Good Color Scheme for Girl's Room*". Ruby Berg; demonstration. "Refinishing of a Chair", LUa Berg: talk. "Good and Bad Wall Paper," Doris Brock. The meeting was well attended. and plans were made for Achievement Day and the demonstration team chosen. Lunch was served by Mrs. A. Berg. Mrs. E. E. W'orthington and three children spent Tuesday at the Bert Olson home. Mr and Mrs. Jas. Long and son of Lone Rock visited Sunday at the Bert Olson home. Mrs. Perry Torine and daughter. Ruth of Bancroft visited Saturday at the Emil Larson home. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rath and family and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Rath and family of LuVerne spent Sunday at Okoboji. Mr, and Mrs. Floyd Treat and daughter, Shirley Lee were at Fort Dodge Sunday attending the wedding of Mrs. Treat's brotbre. John Spittle to Miss Mardella Johnson, which took place at the Lutheran church at 7:30 a. m. Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Jenson and children, Mr. and Mr*. Claude Fan- ge*t, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Jenson and Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Jenson attended the annual Jenson reunion Sunday at the Jennie Jenson farm home in Seneca. Llvermore: Work has started on h<? building which was recently >ur chased from the Morrall Auto >mpany. to convert it Into a city lail, mayor's office, cmnmunity ball nd stems'* for city equipment. The city bought the building hortly after Mr. Moral! moved to Algona. but it ws» leased to the Metz Construction Company during heir time here last season when hey had their offices here. j The community hall that will be built will be something that this] town has needed for a long time, and it is understood that a fully equipped kitchen may be added so that most of the social affairs in Liver-more could easily be held at that place. It U to be a room 24x48. An extra large front 'west) window and two on the south have been cut in the! part that will be used for the pob-! lie library which will be a space of1 20x28. Local carpenters. Hans Mad- half rail* west Th« injured wm l>aae» MEfife, Bradgate. who reerrred oste and bruises; Edward Broafe*. cut and braised. Ml*s Ak&w Mallard, fractured »»ft arm. and bruise?: and Mrs. Dsry Laaci- ing. pelvic and hip frartitres. Tttr two women were raafeed t» * Fort Dodge hospital ftsr tjtalmwft.. The accident ••eeurrt-i ».t Q» brim- of a hHL Oa* car w»s Mtio>n bp- bind UK bill, and tibe Dentmd manh- Ine came over the tf»r> nf thi> hill. and the driT-er ru-ang t.p fiaw thr second mathinr tin the left hand side, as the ether rar -wan hPnr thi» center of the roRfl Thp machine also Fwcrvefl to the of the road, anfl R colllRirm nf almost head-cm proportions renulted. Two men and fivr children in onr car were ?^f "Qrt* ^lj VM WW jl ift JK3". Bti uvmitta ti 'wwf isfra fill 3IK. swi Jte», Cflty % -'iKlt'MW 1 *» R A. WRG flU^t. CifKWBwHU II KUt . Jffr Bnrrtm»w> tpmjfo r in OaBfnnri* tent -trwft timM» to V» Lotls Creek Play* Whitt«iK>re,July4 U«t» Cw*: Toe Lotto Creek ball won from Fenton before a nxiwd «t a celebration in The *coi» was $ R!n«j9*d . tn t. WWrtendahl and Luedtke jwrwl as the Ixrtts Creek battery. Tfe» Ix*l* Crwltew lost to West Ben*. * te 31. Sunday at West Bend Hi t**t* Cwek was Wlchtett- M)d Geddea. On JJ» Ftmrth, Ix*t* Cr*«k plays a>* ftn« WhKtemor* t**m at Whlt- to a former g»«i« Lotto won 1 1» L f&ttam; tbr ft. S, stmn. gbfJdnn; 3Kr. Ktit Mm. S. KDi* aai Jfflss nnrnnrr Ouwft, MT. «na Mrs. Onowr Chrlflt- RliiirKtftfl : xnfl Q^ hnfftA, Mr. fl Mrs. Onwcr Setholt, 5»tnnBfni. Mr. KtiB J«l». I»rKvw>«ter WOTF Bwmtna trtth a ntttw irflf- The Rnmrnflnrs hart TtwtdKfl m Swwi Ctty slur* shnrtly wftsr fhelr mm- rlspc. whim Wr. Bravrniflor purnhBjt- a nlothlnR store hers. The cotrnle F prnm Input in lode? «nfl ntwiftl M«t- VltlBS. then rosfoed tr Alfrnna anfl MI x- showed the blaop WRF tn hte bowels. Then be war taken tn Mankatn where farther x-rays HOT- to bp taken to determine wnnther or not he was us jared internally. 3IAKCIED — Genrpi Tlender, Orange City, and Wm. F. Steele, Al- gtma. in the presence of 100 relatives and frjenfls. Sunday. The CCTipl* irin be at home in the Lt>- ison. Martin Bergum. and Hi Hewitt j cia Wallace cottage on East North are in charge of the work, and it is) ftrfft _ ha* taught school believed that the place will be ready t t q Algoaa tie past two VESTS She to move into in about two weeks. , ^ a graduate of Morninpiade Col- There U ample space in the east I !e?? ^j s member o f Alpha Sigma end of the building where there are • sorority Mr S!.«ele attended the two large rooms, to store the flre i ^^^ Univtr-sitv of Iowa and be- equipment and road equipment.! 1<ross to sicm* .No The work is being done at about' " J3.000.00 expenditure to the town- Call Hocwier Picnic Off Due To Death Burt: Thp mrhiml TIoiwIeT picnic •which was to have been held »t th<K. L. Actcernuinn home. Sunday. JIBS bran pnstprmud until July 11. nn Re-count nf the death tn an nutomobllp accident nf s niece of Mrs. Carrie Acknrmon at Ttocatur. III.. Saturday evening. Mrs. Ackernum, Mr. and Mrs, Eml Ackerman. Hiram Aokerman, Mrs. C. W. Heerdt. Mr. and Mrs. Jin Ackermsm and mm, Lone Rock, and Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Trainer. Kansrwha, left for Farmer CWy. m_ t* attend the funeral. They were expected back Wednesday. Band Concert* At The Llrermore band «ta«r»a it* (tn* concert of the season WeAMSter »^Jt OB the street here h*d th» Jargwft o«wd of the season WM Jji twrn that alght Under the dimSlwi of Onhottn w*e has tatA charge of the buna wnrtt for serwal jrears, the music WM np to Ite high standard The TOWncer* and the Instrument «re iw foOows: L. K. OockriH, Albert . C**wn. Rotwrt Ophelm und Frank Cox, cornet; SDetewr Mc- tftffer nnd John Watwm, ctarlnet; Louis Bflhmmeh, I«TO|*OB«,- Berryhlll. trombone; Harry bass; Riohnrd Hogne*. baritane; Dr. R. J. Oltmnn. and W, F- Miller, alto; Tl H, Clark snfl Frank White, dram. p. O. Schedule, 5th The Alfrnna postoffice wffl haudle nil Incoming and outgoing mail in the usual -manue*, Jnly fifQx. official holiday for July *th, twt wW> the exception of a half how, from 9:30 a. m. to 10 ». m- the post office win be closed for ordinary business. The general deHvery window wffl be op- em for the half novr*. Rewrites Of Newt From Urt Tuesday'* Kottuth Cotmty J«8X«K8SO<WiC«9«W«e^^ /CALL SUNDAY ONLY July 4th 1-3-5 i IT DOESN'T MAKE SENSE-which is why you'll >•>» your head off! MIRIAM HOPKINS J.PEI, McCREA Krlc Monday, July 5 lfl'IflUUlU llNlll 1 ll'< lit' Resurfacing Begins Resurfacing of the Algona streets began Tuesday, on South Wooster. •few* two to (taw* WM«B* «t » will be closed during the Job, Joe Kelly stated. A crew of 10 to 12 men are doing the work. filrthday Club- Mrs. W. D. Howie of Emmetsburg entertained the members of her birthday club at a luncheon-bridge last week Tuesday afternoon, honor- In^ the birthday of Mrs, Jos. Kclley. Other women in attendance from Al^ona were Mrs. II. O. Hargre;ivt-M, Mrs. O. W. KrickHon, and Mr.-i Russell Cook. Convention Here— A district SkelKas convention of Skclgas fieulers and Maletimen was lelil at the Hotel Algona, Monday evening. A 7:30 dinner was served n the dining room to the 35 men in attendance. The dinner was fol- owed by a busine.i.t meeting. THKY'UK THIi SCKIU-.N S MOST ROMANTIC I'AIK! GEORGE BRENT-ANITA LOUSE JOHN ELDRED6E HENRY O'NEILL jItMBb C»»lMUi'0«l«nl Q&)^^ NEW CALL 'It's Cool at The Call' Thursday, July 1 2 1'. M Matinee ! - ,-JMY " FRANCIS ERHOL' FLYNN ANOTHER DAWN" t';j cvLrythiiiK you wuut it to he Fri. Sat., July 23 Million UuJlur Slot MiiciiiiiB itackut tiiiiiiuhiKl Wide Open A great, mat in u awirl! .-.lory AJtitu Tiuiuolf Clitire Trcvur in "KIN a OF OAMBLEB8" TOM OHEBRVMAN, 13. »rr«ted at Ame», Iowa, a week ago, when be flatted to throw lighted firecrackers from a hotel window a pe<Je»Lrians. entered a plea of guilty to a charge of burglary in district court here. Monday, and was sentenced to 10 yean in the state reformatory at Anamosa. Sentence was passed by Judge F. C. Davidson Merryman was under a suspended •entente from a previous chicken theft cane He told police that be had been acting as a "look-out" and driving a car for a gang of young criminals, suppoaedly from Sioux City. Hi« story was scouted by state agents. • • • A DAMAGE CAflB for *89 wM brought by Thomas Wlggens against Andrew Killer and Arthur Thilges, in Justice P. A. Danson's court, last week. The case results from the construction of several sheds. A second damage action for $100 was brought by Myron Ludwig against Harold Kuecker, local man, as the result of an auto accident last fall. Ludwig was riding with Kuecker when the accident happened. • • * THE KOS.SI;TH ADVANCE win appear on Wednesday, instead of Tuesday next week, due to the holiday on July Fifth. Rural delivery will be made a day later. The Al- B;ona Upper Des Moines will go to press Thursday afternoon, for a Friday morning distribution, in Algona, and trhoughout the county. • • • JIOTIfK OOtTlT CASES: Before Justice Oanson, traffic case fines vere recorded against Wm. C. Frank of Fairfax, Minn.; W. A. Gibson, Maxwell; F. H. Pomeroy, Buffalo Center; and Ida Hudson, Bancroft. f • 9 AIXiONA'S OKAVH turned in a splendid baseball perfromance, Sunday night, to defeat the fast Blue K«rth, Minn., team. 6 to 1. before a large crowd. It was the first defeat of the year for Blue Earth, in whose lineup appeared Riddle on the mound, and Scrubby Anderson in centerneld, both of whom were in the local lineup last year Algona connected for 8 hits, and Blue Earth /or nix. Hcnsley hurled for Algona. • • * •I. I>. I-OVV'K was named to the the city library board by Mayor O. F. ,Sf;e<.ht UK take* the place of the Utc K. J Murtagh. • V * MBH. CHAKMK HfJOTT. Burt, w:tn injured when a pressure spray- fcr exploded while »he was spraying a chicken house. Her lip was cut ;i/ni four teeth luid to be pulled. • * • BOB MC <l I.IXH <JH and Chas. fretzmeytr were winners with a he-ore of 41 in the two-ball foursome #'j|f t»urn«y at the Algona Country Club, taut week A "Bet A Million" t'surname.it will tie held .Sunday On Kunday, June II, the local club will play « tear/i ina.lr.h at Fairmont, Minn. • « • AT FHEI> \V KI.»"H home, southeast of Titonka, lightning struck and deutroytd the chimney, and the blaze was extinguished by the Woden (Ire department before much iJ.i/jMX*.' was done. • * • (•tXX PHll.lf HAI KNNTKJ.N M funeral services were held Buturday at Algona, Kev. I' J. Braner officiating, Mr. Hauen.*tein died last Thursday at thti age of 72, at th« homu of his son, Ray, west of Irvington. A ahorl service was held first at the home of a daughter, Mrs John I^awrvnce. followed by the aer- viceii at 2.30 \i. in at the Trinity l^utheran chun h. fall bearer* were Fred Rythi r. Henry Johunsen. St., To/« Stevi^i. Juhn Briggg, Henry I.ichLtr ,uid Chubb I>r«e»mun. Burial was DI tiivvrvivw. Seven (hild- ren bui vivu • # • JOiJN KOKiiTUCfl, liou o- Mr. and Mrs. B. V. Kuesller of Ix-'dyard, swttllowtd part of a knife blade, Sunday eveiiiug, while bin {Mtreats were away. John wo* rushed to Eluiure, uud an x-ray showed the blade in his iute»tin<M. He was j Didn't Stop—$1 ! Cari C. Dsley. Algona. chargred i with failing to *tt>p for a highway j stop sign several weeks ago. was fined $1 and costs in Justice Welter's court. Tuesday Daley is now in the KoKsuth hospital, at the result of an auto accident which happened a little over a week agt>. The accident did not happen at the time of the stop sign vioiation. DO AN MEWS The house and building on the Leason farm bare been given a new coat of paint. Jas, Brophy 1s building a granary on his farm here, the former Keefe farm. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Stoffel. newlyweds, arrived home the fore part of this week from a wedding trip to northern Minnesota. Kason of the Geo. . Boevers home Sunday afternoon. Mr. Milligan is secretary of the Chamber of Commerce there and former neighbor of the Boevers. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Hohenstein and children of Amboy, Minn., were guests Sunday at the Rlcker Bros. home and with Jesse's mother, Mrs. Laura Hohenatein. They came here Saturday afternoon and drove to Ottosen where they visited at the Gene Honus home returning to Al- jona Sunday forenoon. Mrs. Cora Bacon, Algona, accompanied them to Ottosen. Greater American SHOWS July 4th & 5th CELEBRATION Thrilling Rides Feature Shows People 10 12 300 FOR SALE Two KosNuth County Farms One of approximately 177 acres, with improvements above average. One of approximately 197 acres, with average improve- in en ts. Both are productive fartnH, located close to Swea City, Iowa, and priced to sell. For particular write or phone W. A. MILLEK at Security Title & Loan Co., Webster City, Iowa. Free Acts Daily 4 AH;-VVeek Starting July 4th 7 DATS AND 7 NIGHTS Plenty of Shade and Fun The Greater American Show*—America's outstanding carnival attractions, will arrive in Algona from Marshalltown, Saturday, July 3rd, to get ready for the Big July 4th and 5th celebration that will be held at the Fairgrounds In Algona. The *how will remain all week, so that all lover* of the outdoor shows will have an opportunity to »ee the mammoth carnival In all its entirety. A new Octopus ride, costing close to »8,000.00 has been purchased by the show and it will be presented to Algonian* for the first time, the ride coming from Salem, Oregon, and arriving some time this week. In addition to the Octopus, there U the Tilt-a-Whirl, Ferria Wheel*, Merry-Go-Round, Loop-O-Plane, Mix-Up, Sea Plane, Auto Scooter, Pony Ride and other kiddie ride*. Now you want to hear something about the various shows. Well here goes. The Old Time Southern Colored Mln»trel show that keep* you laughing from start to nnUh; two large circus side shows with all »orU of freak* and curiosltie*. The athletic *how with It* wrestlers and boxers. The Shanghai Show of Mystery—The Charleston Stepper*— The Prison Show—and Oh Yes—be aure to see "Myatery"—It's a show you will never forget Mr. Henry, IU manager, will not only l.eep you guessing but will make you believe what you cannot see. Anyway come on out and see for yourself and if you don't aee what I tell you, blame Earl Vincent—so come on and celebrate July 4-&-6-7-8-9-10 at Algona. IWWWWWWWWL Celebrate July 4 & 5 Whittemore, Iowa FREE ADMISSION TO GROUNDS Balloon Ascensions With Parachute Leaps Each Day ON THE STAGE Purcell'a Gircua Clowns Traj>eze Acts Trained Animals IT'H FREE! BASEBALL Sunday 1 p. m. Lotts Creek V*. Whittemore Monday 1 p. m. West Bend V*. Whittemore Bides—Ifuoic Concessions Fireworks Eats Big Dance Monday Evening SrWVWWW ^^Wwwwvwyywvi^ PotraU Family In f Reunion At Stininer The 14th annual Potratz family reunion was held Sunday, June K, at the Sumner, Iowa, Park. After a picnic dinner, officers were elected as follows: preWdent, CRarlea Showers, Iowa Fails; vice president, Herman Potrata, Westgate; 8ecre- tary-trea*urer (r««l«cted) Monica Potratz, Sumner. The reunion tana. year will be held In Kosmith. Then were an atendance of 241 at Sumner, the largest in the 14 year*. Attending from Kosrath county were: Mr. and Mrs. Richard Po» trats, Arthur and Delores, Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Wichtendahl ail of Lotts Creek; Mr. and Mra. Albert Potratz, Elma, Esther, Llda, Pa.nl and Albert, Mr. and MM. Edward Maahs, Elmer, E1dowf,'Bldon, Bug- ene, Elaine and Ethllce, all of WHft- temore; Mr. and Mrsri • Frafids Schwindeman, Fort Dodge, also attended. • ,«< IL 3 STEPS IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION TT TAKES 3 big ftMoIine step* X to match the progre** of modern motor manufacture. Tydol Gasoline has taken those steps. The result to Tydol's BIG GALLON of Value! This gasoline, long famous for its superior hl-test qualities, now contains an exclusive top* cylinder oil that slides !• between close-fitting, modem motor parts and protect* them with a cooling, heatproof film of oil. Tydol also contains a special cleaning agent. This cleaner helps keep down the carbon formations that handicap modem, high-compression motors. Together, these BIG GALLON extras make your engine m sweeter . . . and smoother ... and farther per gallon! Get Tydol's triple-action service for your modern motor. It costs you no more. Hoenk Motor Service West of Cowl House H. L. Hoenk phone 391 Algona, Iowa

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