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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 7, 1937
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The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, Oct. 7, 193Y Sim. Ansrtmt Schmidt, who hns been seriously ill with high blood pressure, is improving nicely. Mrs. Frank Vera, Mrs. W. ,1. Sl(ts- hee. and Mrs. H. W. Post drove to Fort Dodge, Tuesday for the day. Mrs. Louift Hintx and Mrs. Ed Hackbarth left Sunday for Westgate to spend a week with Arnold Hintz. Elizabeth Mergon will spend the week end with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Mergen of Whittemore. George* Carntodjr of Whtttentore spent the week end at the home of his sister. Mrs. H. C. Hargreaves. Monday, he left for Des Moines to take his law examination. .Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Samp and family of Lake Mills visited at the home of the respective mothers, Mrs. Andrew Godfredson and Mrs. Nita Isaacson, Tuesday afternoon. Dr. and Mrs. W. D. Andrew* and daughter, Beverly drove to Klrks- ville, Missouri, Sunday and returned Wednesday. While there E)r. Andrews attended a national convention of osteopaths. Elvn Ewoldt Is taking her vacation this week from the Algona Ice Cream and Candy factory. She left Wednesday for her home in bone Rock where she will visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ewoldt. Anita Rose Kohlhaaa, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Kohlhas, visited her friend, Thelma Aman at Fort Dodge, from Saturday until Monday. Thelma, daughter of Mrs. Jessie Aman is taking a course in fceauty culture. Dr. and Mrs. W. I). Engle of Denver came Tuesday for a visit at the home bf the former's brother-in-law, J. A. Brownell, and the Roy Brownell family. They are en- route to Michigan and will then go south for the winter. T. H. Wadswarth and Mrs. Allen came home Saturday after being gone for several weeks. Mr. Wads worth visited his niece in Union Grove, Wisconsin, and Mrs. Allen had been with her daughter and new baby in Mason City. F. E. Burgess, the new minister of the Methodist church, will be here to preach Sunday. He came from Sheldon and his family will move here as soon as the new furnace and stoker are completely installed in the parsonage. Mr. and Mrs. R. II. .Miller and niece. Donnabellc Mprron. who lives Is Your Winter Coat Ready To Wear? Women's coats will need shortening this fall. Men's and women's coats repaired, relined and remodeled. Velvet Collars Replaced Kwr^V* l"iJll|IW.f|,nJ iipl*(i«A«l- The Taifor Phone 38 Over Behlmers with them, left Wednesday for two weeks' vacation trip to the southeast. They will drive through Kentucky, nnd Georgia, up the east :nnst and home via Washington, D. Sunday. Mrw. Walter Meyers drove to Farnhamville to see her mother, who is seriously ill. Mrs. E. R. Sellstrom accompanied her to Gowrle and visited her father. Ed Magnusson. They returned the same evening. Mr*. Attorlmry of Minneapolis is visiting her sister. Mrs. Lon Voor- hles for ten days. Mrs. Atterbury Is the wife of the pastor of the First Church of the Nazarcne in Minneapolis and Mrs. Voorhies is thr wife of the pastor of the local Nnznrene church. Snpt C. F. H. Mueller of Fort Dodge made his annual visit at the local Trinity school last Thursday and held a S. S. T. meeting with the Lutheran teachers of Algona, Burt and West Bend in the church parlors of the Trinity Lutheran church in the evening. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. McCall of Kenosha, Wisconsin, are expected the latter part of the week for a few days' visit with Dr. and Mrs. C C. Shierk and to get acquainted with the new Shierk daughter. Ruth Elizabeth. Mr. and Mrs. McCall are the parents of Mrs. Shierk. Dr. Shierk and Mr. McCall will go duck hunting, Saturday. Mr, and Mrs. Raymond Beamish and family drove to Iowa Falls on Sunday to visit relatives. Mrs. Beamish and son. Jerry remained to visit the remainder of the week. Tho daughter, Jean Rae, is staying with her aunt, Mrs. Clarence Stewart this week. She and her father will drive to Mason City Sunday to meet Mrs. Beamish and Jerry and bring them home. Mrs. Eva Deini and son, -Tohn, spent Sunday and Monday in Minneapolis and St. Paul, where John mndp arrangements to enter Dunwoody Institute in December for a course In air conditioning and sheet metal work. Mrs. Dcim wan Eiiest nt thr homo of Mr. nn< Mrs. .Inp Kuhn in St. Paul. Tmclda Honlry accompanied thp Prims nn< visited at tho home of her aunt Mrs. McLaughlin. Mr. imd Mrs. William Swrr brought the former's mother. Mrs Charles Sweeney to Algona fron Vermont. Illinois, where she hat be-^n visiting at their home, for visit with her sister. Mrs. T. H Holmes. Mr. and Mrs. William Sweeney visited at the Holmes home until Saturday morning. Mrs Charles Sweeney, after an cxtendet visit with Mr,s. Holmes, will return to her home in Los Angeles. Cal Ifornin. Long's '.} big pounds TOKAY GRAPES 10, CASH Paid For Old Gold SIK-II As Dental Gold, Broken Jewelry, Watch Cases, etc. a1 BORCHARDT'S DRUGS AND JEWELRY The NEW CALL I'lan to tmtt tin- family at matinee 1 -'•'>:'• '>(>-<> |>. m. O. L, Vohs drove to WalHnffwd, Tuesday, on a business trip. Mrs. H. I. Gllmorf, Mrs. Chet Holt and Mrs. Oliver Rellly spent Wednesday at Fort Dodge. Mrs. Anna Pooch of Llvctwore came Sunday for a visit of a week ir ten days at the home of her son, r red and wife. Mr. nnd Mrs. Vaughn Rising were dinner guests Sunday of the former's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Hoover, at West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Baggs of Colorado Springs, Colo., were in Algona Tuesday calling on former Algona friends. The Baggs lived icrc about thirty years ago. Richard Godfrey, who Is a guest of Omega McGrath this week, spent Tuesday and Wednesday with his mother. Mrs, John Godfrey at Eagle 3rove. Richard Is from Rockford, Illinois. Mrs. Campbell Humphrey of Clev- iland, Ohio, will arrive Friday for a ten day visit with her parents, Mr and Mrs. C. H. Taylor. Mrs. Humphrey had been visiting at ;hicago. Rev. George Vance will drive to Mason City Sunday to attend the fall retreat of the Congregational churches for pastors and young people. Rev. Vance is the chairman of the meetings. Mr. and Mrs. Dolph Miller will move to Grinnell this week, where tfr Miller has gone into the contracting business. The Millers re- .urned a month ago from a long Tip to California. Mrs. I* E. Potter accompanied her son. Delbcrt. to his home in Fort Dodge. Sunday evening, and is spending the week visiting his lome and the home of her daughter. Mrs. Ray Miner. Mrs. C. D. Schaap and children, Diane and Donnle. left Wednesday night to visit at the home of the former's brothers, Wallace and James Reynolds in Grant township. They will return Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Sawyer and daughter, Phyllis and Betty Merritt and Maxine Larson will drive to Mason City this evening (Thursday) to attend a concert by the Kryhl band, famous national band. R. L. Maxwell, Sam Evans, Carl Walker. Jim Burns, and Roy Bjustrom returned Tuesday from Omaha, where they inspected the new 1938 Chryslers and Plymouths. Mr Maxwell expects to have new 1938 models here next week. .Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Chrisehilles, Dr. and Mrs. M. G. Bourne. Mrs J. T. Chrisehilles, and Mrs. G. W. Stillman drove to Lansing Thurs day (today) to view the beauties of nature. Lansing is the former home of Mrs. J. T. Chrisehilles. Mrs. Nels Larson and son, John and Mr. and Mrs. Harve Dalley of Whittemore spent Sunday at Granada, Minn., with Mr. and Mrs. Louis Dailcy. The latter Mr. Dailey is a son of Harve Dailey and his wife is a daughter of Mrs. Larson. Mary Kaln, R. N., who hat bffn on private duty at Rochester the past year, came Monday for a month's visit with Algona relatives and friends. The first of November she will leave for Denver to ac cept a position in a children's hos pital. fjTof/£7T QUOTES as one of four cheer leaders at the Gustavus Adolphus college at St Peter. Minnesota. He was n cheer leader at the local high school al four years. He also made the swimming team. Harriet Smith, Pauline Ulark, Marion Rising, and Catherine Mr- '*nll, all of De.s Moines, were week ?nd guests at the home of their •fspcctivc parents. Mrs. N'eal Smith. Mr and Mrs. J. S. Black. Mr. and Mrs. K. R. Rising, and Mr. ;ind Mrs. M. J. McCall. Sunday ^veiling, Mr. and Mrs. Ixm \Vabilcc)i and the former's .sister. Mrs. Knglcr, stooped to v:all at the home of Mrs. Sfeal Smith on their way to their home at Kan Claire, Wisconsin. They h:id been viMting at Topeka. Kansas. Mrs \Valulech M a cousin of Mrs. Smith AKIIVS Vith* of \V<-Ht Bend took her mother, Mrs. D. H. Austin and her aunt, Mrs. Hernie Bowel to Meservey, Iowa, to attend the funeral of their brother. Melvin Smith who died Monday of heart trouble The funeral was held Wednesday Mr. Smith was the postmaster ol Meservey. Ilalph I-oJiiuth and wife and koi of \Vnscca, Minn., spent the week end here with Matt Lamuth. Ralph manages the Swift plant at Waseca Matt Lamuth visited the K. J. Me Klroys at Emmetsburg Friday Matt stung by a bee on hi return trip on the arm and has an infection as a result. Carol Jean and Juniee Vohs o West Bend were week end guests of their grandparents. Mr. an Mrs. <;. L. Vohs. Carol Jean ct •hiated her twelfth birthday Octob and because of that hrough friend. Natalie Tinsley wit also vi.iited with he Marguerite TinsleJ at tin' ("hrUchilli Mr-,. WYsli-y |{. hliiMT Kmiiiet.,bur;;, Krid'iy, Ii>-hl:!ier will operate :i ,i ni Uie Kcrmoore Hu- 11111 • r v i > i t'.- d Mi-eat.,. Mr ii-d. at Whit- jviii.: to the s.ill . 1- i,f Mother* ft Daughters Club— Mrs. L. E. Potter entertained the Cresco Mothers and Daughters club at her home last week Wednesday. There were thirty present. The singing of old songs and hymns, and a spelling contest followed the business meeting. Mrs. James VI- pond was the winner In the spelling contest. Joyce Potter played a violin selection on the violin accompanied by Harriet Keith at the piano. The newly elected officers of the club are Mrs. Will Runchey, president; Mrs. C. H. Potter, vice president; Mrs. Harold Clayton, second vice president; Mrs. Fred Parks, third vice president; Mrs. E. C. Potter, secretary and treasurer; Mrs. A. E. Clayton, first assistant; Mrs. M. L. Outton, second assistant; Mrs. W. L. Martin, pianist; Mrs. D. S. Wlldln, assistant; publicity chairman. Mrs. W. L. Martin; Mrs. F. L,. Miller, Mrs. O. S. Moore and Mrs. Fred Parks will serve on the calendar committee; flower committee, Mrs. W. L. Martin, Mrs. Harold Clayton and Mrs. C. H. Potter; contest captains. Mrs. F. L. Miller and Mrs. B. F. Sparks; Mrs. O. S. Moore, delegate, and Mrs. L. E. Potter and Mrs. Homer Lindhorst were made honorary members. The next meeting is to be October 13 with Mrs. R. E. Morgan. Mrs. B. F. Sparks will alk on her trip to Florida, and a ocal solo will be sung by Mrs. cordon Wooster. Burdrne Townp Weds— The marriage of Burdcne Towne o Lewis Burnham took place Monny. October 4. at Webster Grove, Missouri. The pastor of the First Methodist 'church performed the Ingle ring ceremony at the home if the groom's uncle and aunt. Mr. md Mrs. L. Potter. Mrs. Burnham. vho is the oldest daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Gail Towne. is a graduate jf the local high school, and Inter attended Olivet college at Danille. Illinois. Lewis is the only son of Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Burnham of Charles :ity. After graduating from the Charles City high school he attend_'d Kemper Military school at Jooneville. Missouri. After October 20 the young people will be at home at Charles City where Lewis is engaged with his 'ather in the oil business. King's Hrarlds— The King's Herald group of the Methodist church met for their irst monthly meeting nt the church Monday and Tuesday evenings'. Mrs. Ed Gcnrich is their sponsor. Elections of officers were held. Monday night the boys' band elected Teddy Herbst as president, Kenneth Brown as secretary, and Jimmie Holt as treasurer. The girls' band elected Roberta Carney as president. Mildred Galbraith as secretary, and Donna Jean Phillips as treasurer at the meeting Tuesday night. The material to be studied this year pertains to the Moslems. Mitchell Asit'n Meets— Eighty-five attended the supper at the Congregational church Tues"Mf evening. 7*1* dinner was served for the Mitchell Association meeting which was held at the church. Tuesday and Wednesday. The dinner was served at the reg- Tuutulity Miituu-c 11 ii. iu. 1-3-5 p. m. i- lluUiiiiUMju iuul Ut'oryt; iWurpby iu WOMEN MKN MAKKV" ular banquet and was followed by motion pictures showing the young people's work for the Congrega- tional churches in the state. The :wo guest speakers were Rev. Lucian Mayh of Oklahoma CHy, ftnd Miss Alree Murphy of China. "Hobbles" Club Toplo— 'Hobbles" will be the theme for a meeting of the local Woman's club, Friday, in the library. Mrs. C. H. Cretzmeyer is president of the club this year, Mrs. R. C. Larson Is vice president, Mrs. H. R Woodward, Whittemore, is second vice president, Mrs. Albert Granzow is corresponding secretary, Mrs. Lura Sanders is treasurer and Mrs. Lynn Keith, historian. Mrs. R. E. Jenkins, Fort Dodge, will speak on her hobby, which is a study of the stars. Bridge Club— Mrs. Fred Bartholomew entertained the twelve members of her bridge club at her home. Tuesday afternoon. A dessert was served and bridge was played. Mrs. Lloyd Wellendorf won the high score prize, and Mrs. J. W. Little received the consolation prize. Guests of the club were Mrs. Dolph Miller and Mrs. Lloyd Wellendorf. Academy Picnic— The high school students of the St Cecelia academy met at the Ambrose A. Call State Park for a wiener roast Wednesday night. The entire student body of the high school attended. Games were played and the freshman class awarded prizes to Maxine Capesius. Gladys Falloway, and two prizes to Irene Hanson. Sewing Party- Mrs. Marvin Knoll entertained her club at her home Tuesday '-ve- ning. Club members attending were Valeria Pickett. Margaret Brown, Evelyn Toothman anfl Mary Harris. The evening was spent at sewing and a lunch followed served at Anderson's cafe. Dinner Dance— Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Kent. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Lorenz. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Herbst. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. White Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Aalfs, and Dr. and Mrs. F. C. Scanlon will entertain at a 7 o'clock dinner and dance at the Country Club. Monday evening. Benefit Ten, Sunday— A benefit tea will be given by the Bel Canto Music club at the Country Club, Sunday afternoon, at three o'clock. Reservations can be made with Mrs. M. A. Sjostrand, Mrs. A. E. Michel, or Mrs. C. C. Shierk not later than Friday. Part}- for Hu»hand— Mrs. Elmer Phillips entertained at a bridge party at her home. Tuesday evening, honoring her husband's birthday. Two tables of bridge were in play, with Mrs. Mar- j Ion Burbank winning high, and Mrs. Earl Stott receiving low. Ladle<»' Ans'n Mwting— The Ladles' Association of the Congregational church will meet at the church for a one o'clock luncheon and election of officers, on Thursday afternoon (today). Sorority Meeting— The Beta Sigma Phi business 1600 full blooded bronze turkeys In the flock all of an age, full grown, healthy and pompous as only a turkey torn can be. Half of them are of California and half are of native stock. Mr. and Mrs. Geo K. Nelson were In Mason City last Saturday with their son, Donald, whose ear is now healing nicely. Darlene Kesler, who is teaching at Dows, and James Dycus, a student at Cedar Falls visited over the week end at the Chas. Kesler home. Mr and Mrs. Stelnmelz came over from Buffalo Center Sunday afternoon to visit their friend, Mrs. Fay Boehme at the Anna Larson home. Mrs. Nellie Anderson of Mitchell, North Dakota, visited at the home of her sister, Mrs. John Arthur Erickson over Saturday and Sunday. Chas. Larson and sister, Lottie Larson drove down from Dunnell Saturday to visit their friend, Bert Flygarc, who is 111 at the home or his sister, Mrs. Applequlst. C.S. Johnson Specsals 23c girls' sorority met Monday evening for a business meeting at the home of Valeria Picket!. TheMon About Town Says A King <>f high M hool football ;iuskie:> appeared on the street garbed in what looked like facial make-up, ('lose scrutiny revealed rops of downy appendages in little bunches here and there about the chin and cheek. Asked about ihaving Jr. Long and Roger Michel ipoke in unison as though trained from many repetitions. "Well, we were not going to shave until w* won a ball game, so now we're going to wait 'til we lose one.' From the looks of that decisive victory of last week and scanning the schedule we are in for a House of David team. • • • The oldest »on of the Morton Pedersons is learning the art of riding and herding a motorcycle. With a few lessons tucked away as passed the lad was merrily motoring along when the thing became scared and in shying quickly threw the rider in one direction, rolled over in another and in a third and clear of the debris went several white Fancy Pears, per dozen Fey Peaches, per dozen Cranberries, 2 Ibs. for Lemons tf c \ six for Fey Delicious 1C. Apples, 6 for _- 1UV Bananas, IQg ;; ibs. Navy Beans, 1C, £ 2 Ibs WV S Lima Beans, 2 Ibs. Fey Lge. Prunes 2 Ibs. for Head Lettuce, __' 2 for Parnsips, 10 r 4 Ibs -,__ 1 « H ' Hubbard Squash 15-20'25c Royal Pie Filling Soda Crackers, I 2 Ib*. box ! Fresh Oyster, «7O r ! pn- pint *•'*' ' Oat Meal, Used Cans - 1 % Two 1934 Ford V-8 Coaclel One 1934 Ford V-8 Sedan One 1931 Chevrolet Towfi Sedan One 1930 Chevfolet Coupr Two 1929 Chevrolet Coupes One 1936 Olds coach, like ne,^» One 1930 Ford Coupe One 1930 Ford Sedan | One 1932 Chevrolet Truck 1* One 1937 Chrysler Sedan Maxwell Motors 5c 17c 17c teeth, binging and clicking. • * • (iie«. of Irvington is ritUnl in radio parlance as a Harn. Unel Sam grants Hams a license to send and receive messages by air in voice or code. If they get into your program reception there is nothing to tn done about it unless the operator i, violating hi-> allotted w.ive- l.-iu;th channel. Ill the |>nst l):in h.i.'ii't i.utheTcil n.-my out the future, lc,,,V.s i-o. v Hi just rt-< i-ived. at i .-,v-cond tr.ur. ii'ill- i ins a hit »f niuiiey i i!-: h.rht bulb. with the yellow fortune tellers nnd the girl shows. No modern fair, carnival, circus or Mardi Gras is complete without them. They do not exist without patronage. Once n a while n show of this type will get beyond the limit; so will everything else on the grounds. Their jatronago consists of the greatest -nen in the community, and often women. Political leaders, educational leaders, business leaders, society leaders, make up the majority of uny crowd these shows draw Can they not be reckoned with? • * • ...iite'n fafc i* oponed ugiiin. It has been a struggle with all th< small lunch rooms throughout th( city. The trend in the past few years has been to light meals, hot dogs and hamburgers. The fancy high priced dinner lost out. High rental and overhead could not ex 1st on sandwiches. There are still two other brick buildinga closed with no business in our city. It does not speak well for the community. The thermometer at the SU-el« corner iu out of order. Readers should not believe their own e.yes. It seems a part hau slipped down so the degrees read far below accuracy. Don't shudder at the first look. • • * Driving home behind a huge truck Fred Schoby saw a small carton drop to the pavement. He stopped to pick it up with intentions of giving it buck to the owner. Well, the Sehoby farm should raise extra crops next year. The carton contained a dozen little jars of semi hard limberger, the runny kind. 'Hie truck was out of bight by the time Fred retrieved the cheese without gloves and it clothespin for the nose. \Vlntlc lOmcl 'Country < iriitlcnian' Cora, :'.r;;us ' French Mustard full jiinl Heinz Soups, L' ,-;iMs Candle Light Flour, ! ..sack 9c 27c 87c Mrs. Whoosis— Come see my new South Bend Range Picture this grand raiifjc in your kitchen, the zest it will add to every task, the added perfection and tastinesa of your cooking and do not forget the saving in your fuel bill Remember, "SOUTH BEND" on your range is the same as "Sterling" on silver—it means that money ean buy nothing better, a guarantee of utmost satisfaction through all its many years of service. The DE LtJXE is our masterpiece in forty years of quality range building—beauty, quality and value beYond comparison. Those South Bend R-angcs will be on sale at our store for the next ten days. See us about the gift in- oft'erin"- with eaeh <>n<- sold during the sale. \V( Kohlhaas & Spilles Chel. j -ii her | (itin-r; - i;ni! i V i d|,:ireiit.-i Mr , and Mr. an-l Urill. Mr... Ull-on of aiM Mr.;. J. K. a m.J l>r. and (iii'ia-iu of I.o.-> Anntle.i ^UL'-jt.'J at thu S. D. . and V. K. Rising homes. The (Jii'iiian.i are enroute to thuir U.KUU in I.o.. Annele;i after spending neveral Iliuiitlla III Stockholm, .Sweden, where the doctor was tak- ni;< ;.oiin; hpei-i-tl wuik la surgery. i .itll Koe.i oil parade lor a 1. -1*0111« reckU-hi* drivers. Birmingham puU OH u patjeuiit of horror iu the hope that U will ncinre oUuixerous driven* into futility. A iut£e feature iu the Amurictui Wr-ttkJy, Uit> irotgit- •due ditttributed witfc Next Sun- Ueruld f >K l'i:vr<ai"d m:ui utU lidfil c al i J ,.tll-.T«.ft without the i, I i'.i.i wife. Of coili'oe n, ,i !<i know \Vhat.:vt.r h.ii 'i lii.,- inqilUitiv'e half mily fur hi; ijeill^C out late SEE THE NEW 1938 RLYMOUTHS TODAY AT MAXWELL MOTORS ht in he morning l-'ui- .-he l.e.-.t suit evidence. Ihe dam vll aw.iy the tout of his -uid ili.vuvureil tell-tale He had failed to remove ribbon from the lapel I.HtV -luiie < hrisrhiUes, inid- •4^1 uf the hi^li lifhool band, paraded Friday m«hl in his usual place in the banu. The field was wet and muddy but Julie lemained high and dry. I'rutru'JuiK somewhere in front of him were the ends of overshoes, surely not his own. The crowd still wonders where he recoived the •jLaiiiina to pick them up and lay them down; enough mud clung to them to fur surpass the wearer's weight. « • W A committee of women culled upon thu Koasuth County Agricultural Society board bearing a petition with forty or more feminine namee. A protest demanding a doing away Aged Resident Of Swea City Died Saturday Swea City: Mrs. .John L. ('amp bell died at her home in Swea City Oct. 2nd, about noon, sleeping HUietly away. While Mrs. Camp- boll had been an invalid for several years, no immediate alarm had been felt over her condition. Her daughter, Mr;,. Huffman, who had been with her, hud gone home for a few days. Mrs. Cora Hatchiiison was curing for her at the time ahe died. Mrs. Campbell, who was 85, was one of the earlier residents of Swea City, nnd had lived in Iowa for 41 years. Funeral .services were held laat Tuesday afternoon at the Baptist church with the Kev. R. P. Bronleweu in charge. She leaves to mourn her lews, her huaband, John L. of Swea City, one son, Guy Campbell o/ Bluo Island, 111., two daughters, Grace Peterson of Poplar Grove, III., Dimund Huffman of Fairmont, Minn. Flock 1600 Turkey* Tho Swea City hatchery ha* as flue a flock of turkeys this full an anyone need hope to see. There are ANNOUNCEMENT Algona's Only Paint and Wallpaper Store Now Open for Biuines* Owned and Operated by The Cowan Building - Supply Company 'itie largest and .scli-ction of piiini and paper within fifty milc.s. Jirinj? all your questions to our Mr. Phillips, who has an excellent knowledge (it' paint, wallpaper and linoleum (Armstrongs). DON'T MISS OUE GRAND OPENING TUESDAY, OCT. 12 Cowan Building - Supply Co. Distributors of Pratt & Lambert PAINT—VABNI8H—ENAMEL Dealers in Paint, Wallpaper, Glass, Linoleum, Floor Surfacing,?Capitol Itook Wool Insulation Ohamberlain Weathei*airip (j rady Phillips K. 8. Go wan. Manager Owner Phone 275 Va Blk. So. Iowa State Bank

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