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f he Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, May 1ft, 1938 r Aulv MKMW6 n fu HBu CWttfllWtt to her fcttd.' • ?. \ a WiPftit ^»ent irtldAr to **rt Dodtfe <$ a business rtihrtion. Mr*. IS. B. Cowan and Mr*, tt. A. Co*** Spent Monday';of last week at Mattm City. \ Sit Cd«ftte Of Blue Earth} Minn., cam* Thurmlay to attend tlie funeral of Mrs. George Holtibauer. Phyllis Good ot tort D<MJg«, spent the week end visiting her mother, Mrs. B. P. Benson, and little son, .Jerry. .. Matt Haltrbauer of Belmond attended the funeral of his slster-ln- law, Mrs. George Holtzbauer, on •Thursday. Mrs. Z*II» Harris of Marshalltown and Bill Dailey of Des Molnea •were week end guests Of Mrs. Ed- ;ythe Dailey. Mrs. L, E. Potter spent the week end visiting at the home of her daughter, Mrq. Otto Stiles', at 'Charles City. Mrs. D, P. Smith was retary to the County recent meeting of the P. T. ty council at Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. Bnrdette Agard and daughter, Ruth Ann were Sunday guests t>f the former's mother, Mrs. <5uy Agard at Goldfleld. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miller were -week end guests at the home of their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. TJolph Miller at Grinnell. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Williams of Grinnell were week end visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Cronftn. The women are cousins. Mi*. Florence Byvank of Osajte arrived.Saturday and will visit until Wednesday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Kenneth Knudsen. Bill Hilton, Bob Spencer and Dick Post will leave today (Tuesday) for a week's vacation trip to Lake Winnibtgoshish, in northern Minnesota. Mrs. Walter Jensen and "Snook*" are spending two: weeks visiting Mrs. Jensen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Fowler at their home in Sioux City. Mrs. Arnle Horaford of Fort Dodge arrived Sunday for a few days' visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Cowan, and with other Algona friends. Mr. and Mrs. H. C Anderson and son, Jerry, drove to Crystal Lake, Sunday, to spend Mothers' Day, visiting Mrs. Anderson's mother, Mrs. A. O. Sonnerholm. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pratt and children, Merle and Betty Jean, drove to Randalia, Sunday to visit Mrs. Pratt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Traeger. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Barnard drove to Winnebago, Minn., Sunday and spent the day visiting with Mrs. Barnard's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Norman. Jack and Jerry Dutton, sons cf Mr. and Mrs. John Dutton, are .•now 1 recuperating from-ft sl«te the- whooping , cough which haveTiad for the past six weeks. NOTES Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Behtmer and son, Terry Bob, were guests of the Fred Behlrti«rs, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs-M. 3. McCaH visited with their daughter, Catherine, at Des Moines during the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wegener and children of Ringsted visited at the Henry Wegeners, Sunday afternoon. ^ Ann McNeiH, who Is employed as an operator at the Bell Telephone Company, is enjoying a week of vacation at home. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hardin And baby daughter, Barbara Lou were \yeek end visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Doherty. Mr. and Mn. Hoyt Raney of Wesley were Sunday guests of their respective parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Raney and Mrs. Ann Zlttritsch. Mrs. William Dehnert wan In Mason City Wednesday and Thursday with her daughter, Mrs. Helen Hedrick, where she had been called by the latter's illness. Mrs. Dehnert reported that her daughter was somewhat Improved. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Phelps and John Martin of Brazil, Ind., arrived Wednesday for a two weeks' visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Deal and with relatives In Oraet- tinger. Mr. Phelps and John are a njece and nephew of Mrs. Deal. MV. and Mrs. Lea Kenyon have to the Cowan apartments on Esat North street Mr. Kenyon is bookkeeper for H. R. Cowan A Son, and Mrs. Kenyon la employed as stenographer In the Algona Chamber of Commerce office. Mrs. A< Hatch and daughters, Vallda, Tracy and Mra. Frank Gelbman and a grandson were guests of Mrs. W. A. Barry from Wednesday until Friday. Their home Is in St. Paul and they came to Algona-to attend the funeral of Mrs. George Holtzbauer. Mrs. Roy Berrie and son, David, nrrlyed Thursday and were guests at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Barry until Sunday, when Roy Berrie came after'them. Mrs. Berrie came to nttend the funeral of her aunt, Mrs. George Holtzbauer. Berdnard Erdman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Erdman, recently was pledged by Beta Beta Beta, national biology honorary fraternity. Erdman is enrolled as a sphomore at Iowa State Teachers college In a course In physical education leading to a bachelor of science degree. He Is a member of the varsity baseball team and Lambda Gamma Nu, social fraternity. Mrs. Maynard Stephenson of Arnolds Park has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. DeGraw during the past week. Mr. DcGraw has been 111 but his condition Is improved at this time. Mr. Stephenson came after his wife and took her home Sunday. They were acompanled by Mrs. Stephenson'a •flUt, Mrs. C. B. Holdrtdge of Glendale, California," who has been a guest at the DeGraw home. Rev. and Mrs. P. 3. Bnmr were Mason City callers Saturday. A. BL Stock went to ttou* City Saturday for a few days visit at the home of his son, Kenneth and family. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Nugent and daughters, Betty and Josephine of jSpencer were Sunday guests of the former's mother, Mrs. W. D. Nugent. Mrs. Lon Oarrett of Fort Dodge and Marian ' Troutman of Troy, Iowa, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Roberts, Thursday and Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hilton and Violette-Halbrook drove to Mason City, Sunday, and visited the women's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. Hat- brook. Dr. and Mrs. Frank Smith of Milwaukee, Wis., visited Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Wels. Dr. Smith is Mrs. Weis' brother. Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Bjustrom returned last Thursday evening from a five-day trip to Kansas City and other points in that section of the country. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Duffy and daughters visited at Whittemore on Sunday afternoon at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Duffy, Sr. Mrs. W. O. McCnllough and daughter, Maurine, drove to Newton Friday and visited until Saturday with Mrs. McCullough's mother, Mrs. Bill Geddes. Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Bandy of Brltt were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chet Williams, Friday evening, the occasion being Mrs. Williams' birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Arden Reynolds of Swea City were Sunday guests at the home of Dr. and Mrs. C. D. Schaap, Mn Reynolds is Mrs. Schaap's brother. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Rising drove to Des Molnes Saturday for their daughter, \Jarlan, who returned with them to visit at their home for the week end. Mrs. Alwin Huenhold and son, Jon, and Mrs. August Huenhold drove to Lakota, Sunday, where they were guests of the former's mother, Mrs. Wm. Aalderks. Watson March arrived Friday from Iowa City and will visit at the home of his mother, Mrs. L. C. Hanson until Wednesday. Watson s a student at the University of ' iwa. Mr. and Mrs. I* E. Hover and tiildren, Eldon, Marilyn Ann and Jeverly Jean visited Mrs. Hovey*s arents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Heland at Brlcelyn, Minnesota, unday. Dr. W. D. Andrews and Dr. S. ff. Meyer have moved their offices rom the General hospital Into the awyer building. The new offices re on the main floor, back of those f Dr. Sawyer. A|ra. Elizabeth Amesbury and aughter, Clarice, and Mrs. Marie mesbury and children, Billle and ane, moved last week to the Mrs. R. Mawdsley house on SOutti Minnesota street. ; • *•"•'•Mr. and Mrs. Norman Walker are tie parent* of a son, Norman S §ii|piMMilftpliiilM New Colorful Summer Frocks Just Arrived — Prints as nay as a summer garden. Bordered material in band block eftVts, flock dot voiles, bordered linens, Shantungs and many other styles. $ 1.00 $ 1.95 $ 2.95 The ELITE Shop LUSBTT! DRUGS AND JEWELRY [allcer, Jr., weighing »lx poundi TfurMan About Town Say* The boys at the McCormlrk- Deering store presented one of their crew with an extra fine fish- Ing hook of bale hook magnitude. The gift receiver has reported minimum fish catches so far this season and thus the help. A worm of rubber to fit was also arranged. • • • Incredible this »tory, but it come* from Albert Hagg's own words. He planted potatoes on Easter Sunday and J:hey have already been dug up. ~ For table use? * PHILIP FOUR AGE FAMILY CAR IN ACCIDENT; ONE BAD HEAD WOUND St. Joe: Last Saturday evening while driving east of Bode hear the Irwin Olson farm, the Philip Fourage family hit a ditch In the road where a culvert had recently been laid. Mrs. Fourage received a bad cut across the top of her head, which required several clamps to close. If pedestrian traffic to the state park Is enumerated, no doubt but that a cement walk from the city limits to the park gate would be advisable. Hundreds daily make the trip to home, to school, to park, to the river fishing and to the hard water pond, while others, love laden, find the strolling relieving • • * Lucky Joe Durnln as he Is now known to the home folks. Joe was one o ; f a party of four fishing In Medium Lake at Emmetsburg. Away out on the water the motor stalled, leaving the boys to drift in their boat. The oars were 25 miles away in the garage. Being a common fisherman, Joe was the only one to use a cane pole. That cane pole was the mode of propelling them to safety. • • • The aviation bug has hit again. Bernard Yeoman Is flying around, not in his car as some would believe, but, in reality, he has several solo hours from the training field at Fort Dodge. Farls Miner, more conservative, has completed the land courses offered by Jimmy Allen and wears a pair of wings in view of the achievement. Looks like we'll have to: learn to duclt from a new angle. • * • The local river Is plumb full of northern pike this spring. Give praise to those responsible for the dams and restocking. A good suggestion. Why not propose to the law makers a change, negligible In cost, and make the season open one day earlier on minnows. In that way men could get their bait one day before the regular opening. Folks like to hike out at day break for their catch and many of them are law breakers because they do not wait legally to seine bait. * » • Mike Loss sat on the edge of a water tank admiring his big crop of little spring pigs as the boys drove them by. Lifting his feet to clear the way for stragglers, Mike toppled over backwards Into the water. Mike, Jr.. claims the biggest catch to date, for he helped pull dad out. •-••-.. We've plugged along for baseball In the high school, a sport most of the other schools in the same conference as Algona have taken up, Many at Ordination Those from the St. Joe vicinity who attended the services of the ordination of the priesthood May 1 at Sioux City for Nicholas J. Becker, were his father, George Becker, Mr. and Mrs. Anton Becker, Mr. and Mrs. Math Becker, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Becker, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Becker, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Thul, Lawrence and Ray Becker, Rita Becker, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Thilges. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Kellner, Johm Thul and daughter. Amanda, Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Wagner, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Fuhrmann and Mrs. Will Thllgps nrd son. Charles and Peter Erpelding. Others attending were Sister M. Georgene of Bancroft. Math Kellner of St. Benedict, Mr. and Mra. Jake Zeller and son, George, from South Dakota. Ctrl at McOulres Mr. and Mrs. M. T. McGuire are the parents of a girl born May 2, at the McCreery hospital, Whittemore. Mr and Mrs. William Hagllnd of Armstrong spent Wednesday in this vicinity. Rev. Prank Illg nprnt several days the past week visiting with relatives and friends here and In Algona. Mrs. Mary Schlltz and daughter of Bancroft were Saturday visitors at the Orvllle Wagner home. Mrs. Schiltz Is a sister of Mrs. Lucy Wagner. Mrs. Mathew O'Connor and her daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Jungles of Parsons. Kansas, returned home last Monday after a visit with relatives and friends here and In Algona. Rev. Luke Becker, O. S. B. from Fort Yates, North Dakota, left on Thursday after attending the ordination to the priesthood and the First Mass of his brother. Rev. Nicholas J. Becker. Sister M. Georgene returned to Bancroft Thursday after spending the past week Here. Sister Georgene is a sister of the Rev. Luke and Rev. Nicholas J. Becker, and all are sons and daughter of George Becker of St Joe. « "mnfoTH^MaaMrWMter The other son is named Roy. Ijivid Lee, Infant son of Mr nd Mrs. Clarence Macumber, Alona, and Janice Rae, baby daugh- er of Mr. and Mrs. Warner Hahle f Elmore, Minnesota, were baptlz- d by Rev. P. J. Braner, Sunday fternoon. Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Reiley drove o Red Oak, Sunday, nnd visited t the home of Mr. Reiley's par- nts. Dr. and Mrs. W. S. Reiley. Their son, Billy, returned homo .•ith them after a week's visit with is grandparents. .Mr-Donald & Company of Algon.t nd Burt last week sold an unim- irovcd 80 acre piece of land in Jnion township, owned by Dr. M. C.. Bourue to William Blelch of Jurt for $85.00 per acre, cash, and e has already taken possession. Clint Lighter of Bode is the new manager of the Miller Lumber Co., 'ere. He expects to move his fam- y here some time this week. He las a boy 17, and a girl of 20. They will occupy the Wadsworth house, reviously occupied by the Storing family. Mr. and Mn. D. J. Buns and daughter, Anna, drove to Charles City, Sunday where they were called by the serious illness of Mrs. Buss' sister. Anna and Mr. Buss returned home Sunday afternoon, >ut Mrs. Buss will remain for a onger stay. Mr. and Airs. Lee H. Reed re- urned Sunday after a week's visit at Sioux Falls, South Dakota, with Mr. Reed's brother, Fay, and at Yankton. South Dakota, with Mr Heed's mother, Mrs. B. F. Reed, and Mr. Reed's sister, Mr. and Mra. M. A. Stewart. Fay Reed brought them home. > Mr. and Mr». .Matt Seizer, .Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Payne and daughters Alice, Ruth and Norma, and Ruth McKee will drive to Mason City, on Thursday evening, for the graduation exercises at the St. Joseph Mercy hospital. Catherine Seizer anc Eleanor Payne will graduate as ret!' istered nurses after three years in (training. Mr. and Mrs. P. A. McArthur were very happily surprised on Sunday by their children and families who arrived with well-filled baskets and a lovely potted plant in honor o Mother's day. Guests were Mr and Mrs. Durwood McArthur and family, the former a son. and Mr and Mrs. Will Broderson and fain ily. Mrs. Broderson is a daughte; of Mrs. McArthur. Hollia Trainer will return fron Oelwein, Saturday, where he ha been working for the past tw weeks, and will take his wife and daughters, Patty and Mary Jo, to Sparta, Wis.. where they will visit for two weeks with Mrs. Trainer's parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Sptad- ling. Mr. Trainer will go from Sparta to Wlnona, Minn., where he will work for a short time. He is employed by the Hormel Packing Company. Barbara Haggard, who baa beon confined to her bed for many weaks waiting for a broken leg to knit, will bear her class in high school graduation. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Haggard, have had a Broadcasting unit put in her room. Laat week the was able to hear the claj* play, and listen to the speeches and talk* at the junior- senior banquet She will also llateu to tha commenc«m«nt exercises, and will gradual* with her class. recognize „— .. sport. Nearly all larger schools have teams Iii the field and such small ones as Ringsted find it available. There are excellent golfers now In the class rooms. The whole question is to place the boys In competition as to training. All cannot play football nnd neither can all play in other current fields. Give the kids something to do. Down on the farm it is heifer to most folks but not with Johnnie Hciderscheidt. When referring to nn animal in this class it must be helferette. Sort of putting them in the sophisticated class. * • • Carload* of cabbage are shipped nto Iowa for relief purposes. Don't eem reasonable when Iowa can grow all the cabbage needed for Its iwn consumption and a bit for ex- lort. Iowa's fertile acres are tak- :n out of production in the matter of corn in order not to raise too nuch. but when the cotton fields are allotted, corn can be raised on he government acres. It seems a shame to yell at the powers who rule, but if they have the guts to go ahead with such outlandish ;deas, it's time somebody whlmper- NEW 4-H CLUB ORGANIZED AT LOTTS CREEK Lotts Creek: Five Lotts Creek girls organized a 4-H club Aprl 23 at the home of Mrs. Lawrence Klrsch with Margaret Reding as Rewrites Of Newi From Latt Thursday*! Kotiuth County Advance ORDAINED: Linus Eisenbacher, on of Mr. and Mrs. Ignatz Eisen- jacher, Wesley, was ordained priest t Sioux City, a week ago Sunday ind sang his first mass at St. Joeph's church, Wesley, last Tues- ay. About 50 priests attended tho mass. He has been assigned to the Church of the Assumption, Emmetsburg. as assistant. Rev. Father Nicholas J. Becker, Jso ordained Sunday at Sioux City. aid his first solemn mass Tuesday morning at his home parish in St. r oe. The attendance was too larg;e o all get into the church. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. George Bcck- T of St. Joe. He has been assigned to St. Thomas Catholic church at Emmetsburg. • • • ALGONA LEC1IONAIRES will lend a local boy to a summer camp at Camp Dodge, June 12 to 19, It was decided at a meeting held last week. The boy will be between 16 and 20 years of age. John K. Val- ntlne. lieutenant governor of the state, will be the speaker here on Memorial Day, May 30th. Committees were appointed to handle :he plans. E. S. Klnsey was nam >d manager of the Legion junior baseball team. • » • FUNERAL SERVICES for Mrs. George Holtzbauer were held Thursday morning at St. Cecelia's Cath ollc church. Burial was in St. Jo seph's cemetery at Wesley. Her nalden name was Alice Cosgrove. 3he was born June 12th, 1879, near Wesley. A daughter, three sisters and two brothers survive, as well as Mr. Holtzbauer. • • * REV. J. T. SNYDER, former past- or at Fenton. was awarded $4.200 from a bus company, after a trial at Pittsburgh. Pa., last week. Rev. Snyder and his wife were injured in a bus crash. Witnesses rnlled from Kossuth county to testify included Dr. .1. A. Mueller, Fenton. Dr. S. W. Meyer. Algona. and Rev. W. G. Muhleman, Algonn. • • » BIRl'M-OLSON CO., a new agency here to handle Buick Mrs, was announced last wtek. It will be n branch of the same firm located at Mason City. Joe Boo will manage the local concern, which has temporary headquarters !it 202 East State street, the Gco. Stewart Champlln station. • * • ALFRED OODFREDSON. Port land township fhrmcr. lost "iiTO chicks and a broodor house by firo. recently. • • • RUPERT AND REUBEN Luedtke. Lotts Creek, dug out 11 wolf HELPFUL HANNAH'S Household Hints To Improve potatoes—intended to be French fried, let them stand in cold water for half an hour before frying and they will be more crisp. SPECIAL FOR WEDNESDAY ONLY Cinnamon Rollt per doz. 20c Wilson Bakery Phone 43 pups near Rodman, recently. The boys have killed 37 foxes and four wolves since early last winter. Supt, Otterness Injured Fcnton: Supt. M. E. Otterness suffered broken bones in his ankle Sunday when he fell down stairs at the W. C. Stamer home where he Is rooming. He is around en crutches. faq (food-foe to FOOT-IN-A-VISE WORK SHOES! ed And- Just However, re oak. I er it will be. the mighty Twin* To Ottoaen Couple; Little Girl A Day Old Passes Ottosen: Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hermansen were parents of twins, a girl and a boy born Thursday, April 28 at the hospital in Algona. The boy weighed 6'-^ pounds and the girl five pounds. The little girl passed away Friday. They named them Arlene Faye and Arlind Wayne. The grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. L J. Bremsen and Mr. and Mrs H. Hermansen. , Mrs. Kin»cth Hostess The O. P. C. met at the home of Mrs. Thora Kinaeth Thursday afternoon. Roll call was answered by giving labor saving devices. Group singing, "I've Been Working on the Railroad"; scripture, Psalm 98, Mrs. Luella Watnem; lesson, Labor Incorporates," Mrs. Amanda Reese; special music, hostess; Reader's Digest, Mrs. Thelma Firkins; hobby, hostess. Give Program at Rolfe The Ottosen Young People's Luther League gave the following program in Rolfe a week ago Sunday evening: reading, Mrs. Harold Jacobson; piano solo. Miss Moado; leading, Gladys Lovig; music, Eileen Schneider; reading. Miss Agard; selection. "Beautigul Savior' by trio, Charlotte and Marilyn Kin- setli and Eileen Schneider; reading, Mrs. Storesund; selection by girls' quartet. Clara Dahl, Gladys Satern. Marjorie Kramer and Loretta Reece; reading. Merle Holt and duet by Mrs. Clam Landers and Mrs. Harold Jacobson. •» •»* alstant. The officers are: president, Ruth Meine; vice president. Bertha Potratz; secretary and treasurer, Gertrude Kuecker: historian, Delorls Potratz. The club's name Is Lott» Cre»K Lassies. Meetings will be held twice a month in summer, once a month In winter. Any girl 12 to 21 years of age may join. The program this year is music and home furnishings. Margaret Reding, Mrs. Kirsch and Ruth Meine attended a 4-H meeting at Bancroft Tuesday to hear Mis-j Forbes. Ames, state leader, speak on home furnishings. The meeting was held at the Kuecker home on Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Potratz were Sunday dinner guests at the Wilmar Wlchtendahl home. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Fuerstenau were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Emil Laabs. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lleb and Duane were Sunday dinner guests at the Wm. Meyer home in Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Mittag were married 80 years Sunday. They are both well and able to get around. Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Faulstich and family were Sunday afternoon vis Itors at the August Gade home in West Bend. The Ladies' Aid society will meec Friday afternoon in the parochial school basement with Mrs. Noah Reisener as hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer at tended the 15th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. George Jentz of Fenton Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Van Buren family of Des Moines and Mr. and Mrs. Reinhardt Behnke of Whittemore were Sunday visitors wit! Mrs. Ida Behnke, Lotts Creek. Mrs. Mary Grosnick, Mr. and Mrs. Erick Nuenberg and Norma Mr. and Mrs. John Grosniek ol Watertown, Wis., Frank Klatt, Kai'l Bartz and Mrs. Fred Klatt and son Donald and Mrs. Edwin Stueber o! Clyman, Wis., came to attend the 60th wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs. F. W. Mittag. IOWA Tues.-Wed., May 10-11 Extended Run Sun. thru Wed., May 15-18 Alice Faye Don Ameche 'IN OLD CHICAGO' Liquor Sale Charge Hugh Kincaid, West Bend, wa' bound over to the Palo Alto grant jury on a charge of illegal sale o intoxicating liquor, lust Friday. H entered a not guilty plea and was released under $500 bond. Thurs. thru Sat., May 12-14 Saturday matinee 1-4 p. m. Big Three Way Program, 10-aic ASHING IMO DOUBU B/WRH.II) DflNCfR • 01 RIDES THE REVENQC TMH. HOT ON I THE HEELS OF SULKINQ MDLAND BANDITS! 2d Feature lx*o Carrillo' Edith ' Fellows "Little STfflf roled RoiiKli- neck" Plus Ranger Serial Remembering each country by I lie beauty of it* girl* it* unforgettable panorama of tense action and orienta tplendor! Wear WOLVERIK SHELL HORSEHIDES FOR GENUINE FOOT COMFORT .... MONTHS LONGER WEAB MAN -WHAT RE'JEF-JUSTI LIKE' WEARINO HOUSE SUPPERS All THE TIME- EVEN DRY SOFT AFTER SOAKING ,YET THEY WEAR \LIKE IRON' Plus "ThaJiks for The .Memory" No matter what kind of work you do, you'll find it worlds easier with a pair of Wolverine Shell Horsehides on your feet. There's real work shoe comfort. Dp- jers soft as the finest buckskin. Bom flexible aa bamboo, just like wearing ixnue slippers ail the time .... Yet, Wolverines wear like froo, glv» you more months and more mflea per dollar than any other work shoe you ever wore. Come in and let us tell you why ' verinea offer the greatest wore aho* value in America today. Aft abMi in a wide variety of popular *t)HiK WOLV5RINB WORKSUOBS 2.95 to 4.25 Red Flash Horsehide Work Shoes 3.50 The HUB Clothiers New Buick Dealer for FEET HURT? Speeder Is Fined J. H. Johnson, Fort Dodge, was fined $2 and costs In the court of Justice P. A. Danson, Monday, on charges of speeding. Patrolman West said be was doing SO through the 36 mile zone at St. Joe. If they do, give them attention now. Neglect them, the trouble will become acute. We carry a complete line of Dr. SchoU'i Foot Comfort Appliance* and know bow to adjurt them to your feet. Come in for « free Foot Test Hundred* of foot nuficrer* have found relief at thii store. Brownell's Algona and Vicinity « Effective immediately, the sale and service of Buick cars will be handled by the BIRUM-OLSON CO. of Mason City who will open a dealership in ALGONA —location to be announced at very early date. Mr. John Boe, who has established his residence in ALGONA, will manage and operate the local dealership. Temporary phone 798. Address, 302 E. State St. Note: We can use a number of used cars at top market prices in trade on a new Buick. Just think, a sedan complete $1072 delivered in Algona. BIRUM-OLSON CO. of Algoiia

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