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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, June 21,1938 Mr. Mid Mr*. Herman Lyons are the parents W & ?tt pound daughter ' born at the Kossuth hospital, last •week Tuesday evening. This Is their secbnd ehtld. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Blihop drove to Traef, Iowa, Sunday, to take the former's mother, Mrs. Margaret Bishop, to visit at the home of her niece, Mrs. John McKeene. Mr*. Chris Oodfredson and Nona 'Scott left last week Tuesday evening for Chicago. Mrs. Godfredson •will visit a sister-in-law, who is ill, and Miss Scott will return in September. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Allison and daughter, Doris, of Hawley, Minnesota, returned to their home, Thursday, hav!ng been guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ole Allison since Saturday. Mrs. W. E. Laird nad daughter, Betty, left Saturday for Rochester, Minn., where they will be for an Indefinite period of time While Betty takes treatments for sinus trouble at the Mayo clinic. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Reynolds and Mrs. Harry Bode and daughter, Evelyn drove to Farlbault, Minn., on Sunday. Here they viewed the Brand peony farm and peony show. The farm has sixty acres devoted to peony bushes. D. M. Dennison, general freight agent of the M. & Si. L. railroad, was an Algona visitor Friday, making a friendly call on T. C. Sherman. For many years, Mr. Dennison was the M. & St. L. agent at Livermore, Iowa. His headquarters now are in Minneapolis. LuVerne's ANNUAL HOMECOMING CELEBRATION Lu Verne, Iowa THURS., JUNE 23 Meet your old neighbors and friends here. KITTENBALL Afternoon Game Renwick vs. Lu Verne All-Stars (Free Game) Evening Game Club Cafe (Ft. Dodge) vs. Lu Verne Admission lOc PLATFORM PUOGBAM Mr. Kilbourne of Eagle Grove, will be the speaker. SPORTS EVENTS Pie eating contest, first prize $1.00, second prize SOc: Nail driving contest, for ladles only, first prize $1.00; second 50c; Three- legged race, $1.00 and SOc; 100 yd. dash, boys under 16, $1.00 and SOc; Potato race, prizes $1,00 and 50c; girls BO yd. aash, prizes $1.00 and SOc; fat man's race, prizes $1.00 and SOc. Tug of War—East v». We«t Prize $3.00 CONCESSIONS PLAY BINGO BAND MUSIC BIG DANCE AT GYM Mrs. Edythe Dalley, Vlolette Halbrook, and Ruth McKee spent the week end in Mason City. Mrs Dalley attended a meeting of the National Haidressers and Cosmetologists, and the girls visited their respective parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. Halbrook and Mr. and Mrs G C. McKee. Mr. and Mm. D. A. 'Barnard and children, Lois and Darrell left Sunday for Cass Lake In northern Minnesota, where they will spend a two weeks' vacation in the R. E. Leigh cottage. Mrs. Leigh Is Mr. Barnard's sister. Mr. Barnard is the manager of the local Gamble store. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Hovey and daughter, Clarice, arrived Wednesday from Inglewood, California, and are visiting at the homes of the former's brothers, E. C. Hovey and L. E. Hovey. They will be in the Middle West for several weeks visiting relatives in other points in Iowa and Minnesota. Dr. C. J. Clapsaddle of St. Gene- vleve. Mo., arrived Wednesday afternoon and is visiting at the homes of his father, D. D. Clapsaddle, and brothers, H. D. Clapsaddle and J. G. Clapsaddle, the later of Burt. On Thursday, D. D. Clapsaddle and Dr. C. J. Clapsaddle attended a Clapsaddle family reunion/held at Storm Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Lee O. Wolfe of 11- tonka, returned last week from an auto trip of several weeks which took them to Missouri, Kansas, and other states. They enjoyed a delightful trip which Mr. Wolfe told about in an article in the Topic. Mr. Wolfe who recently sold the Topic to Frank Clark, Is recovering from an Illness of several months. Mr. and Mm. L S. Rlggs and their daughters. Nancy and Marcia of Peoria, 111., arrived Saturday and spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Kresensky. Monday morning, Mrs. Kresensky and her daughter, Ardis, accompanied the Riggs family to Flandreau, South Dakota, to visit the father of Mra Kresensky and Mrs. Riggs, G. K. Pettlgrew. Jim Bishop nnd Harlan Slgsbee left Sunday for South Bend, Indiana, where they will visit Jim's sister, Margaret Milliard. They will go from there to Louisville, Kentucky, to visit Jim's brother, Harry, and on through Nashville and Memphis, Tennessee, and up through Kansas City and home. They are to be gone 12 days. Jimfe employed at Steele's store and Harian by Lalng and Muckey. Mra. 3. M. Oleion of Humboldt Is spending two weeks visiting at the J. W. Little home. » and Mrs. L. W. Fo* and son, Lee, drotfe to Pilot Knob and Forest City, Sunday. Orpha Meyer of Swea City was a week end guest at the home Of her brother and wife, Dr. and Mrs. S. W. Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. O. M. White and two children of Des Moines were week end guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Furst. ' Mrs. Katherlne lift, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wilson of Charles City were guests of Mrs. Edythe Dailey, Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Merte and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Mertz's sister, Mrs. Katie Thilges at her home in Fenton. Beulah Hartshorn has been III HELPFUL HANNAH'S Household Hints Sandpapering made easy—if you fold the sandpaper over a small block of wood before starting to work on a surface to be repainted. We save hour* of work for the houne wife when we supply bread. Wilson Bakery Phone 43 COOL SUMMER TRAVEL •r •frtfo du§t— no diaiti. Cool, cl*«n all oompUUly olungvd •v«ry 3 mlautci. HOTEL ALGONA State & Thorington Phone 262 INTERSTATE TRANSIT LINES Genuine PALM BEACH SUITS Custom Tailored by International One of the tvv<> tailoring houses in America which is privileged to make Puliu Beach Suits to individual nieasufeinent. Palm Beach is the most outstanding summer fabric in America, famed from coast to coast for its .-ool- ness and distinctive snuirt- ness. You can buy them here. All colors. Order today. $20.00 UP Madson & Hanson Because He Has FLAT FEET He Isn't a Marine Hebron: Boyd Jordan!, who sought to Join the marines, returned home last week. He was turned down because of flat feet The marine corps demand physical perfection and even a minor defect is enough to cause an applicant to be refused admission Into the corps. with the old fashioned tonsilitis, and has been unable to be at work at the Marigold Beauty Shoppe since Saturday. C. W. Nicoulin recently sold the Mrs. Sadie Schenck house on North Jones street to John L. Gerber. The riouse is occupied by Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Butler. Maxine Stuffllck of St. Benedict, llUle daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stuffllck. Is a guest of Joan Hoffman, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Karl Hoffman. Mrs. Richard Schmltz and little son, Peter, were week end guests of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. McMahon. The Schmitz live in Storm Lake. Dr. and Mrs. S. W. Meyer and Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Rasmusson were dinner guests at the home of Dr. and Mrs. R. K. Richardson at Wesley, Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Nichols nnd crnU'ien and Dorothy, Gordon and Margaret Palmer left Saturday morning for a week's fishing trip at Woman Lake, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Ditsworth of Shawnee.-Oklahomarwere guests at the home of Dr. and Mrs. S. W. Meyer, Wednesday and Thursday. The women taught school together. Mrs. Katharine McEvoy and children, John and Jerry, spent Sunday with another son, Maurice, who is working with the McGuire Bros, construction company at Lohrvllle, Iowa. John Hanselmon has resigned as county shop foreman mechanic, and has started a machine shop in partnership with M. A. Hauenstein at Emmetsburg. His residence is stiH in Algona. Charlotte Hilton arrived Saturday morning for a week's visit at the home of her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hilton. She is employed in Minneapolis at the offices of the Lloyd of London. Joule McEvoy went to Gractttng- er, Saturday, where she played the nuptial High Mass and wedding march for the marraige of Miss Elizabeth Spies, which took place Monday morning at nine o'clock. Spencer and Bruce Shore am Tommy Holmes of Algona and Nevin Woodward of Whittemore left Sunday for ten days in the Eplcso- pal camp at Clear Lake. They wii: be at the Bishop Morrison lodge. B. P. McFarland, prominent West Bend man, was an Algona visitor on Monday. Mr. McFarland was a can tildate for the state senate in this district, some years ago, and at al limes takes a great interest in pol itics. Bert Feck In here from Long Beach, California, for his usual visit and to look after his many business interests. Among other properties, he owns the Kent Garage building. He will remain here for several weeks. Irvln Mertz, son of Mr. and Mrs, John Mertz, who live three and one- half miles northwest of Algona fell out of a cherry tree Saturday evening and broke his left arm just above the wrist. The arm is getting along nicely at this time. Lloyd S. Bohannon, formerly assistant secretary of the Kossuth County Mutual Insurance Association, is now located in Algona and has opened an office handling insurance, bonds and loans. His permanent office has not been definitely located. Maude Schenck, former Algonlan now a Minneapolis school teacher leaves for New York City this week as a delegate to the National Education Association convention, helc June 26 to 30. Miss Schenck was recently elected president of the grade teachers' section of the Min neapolls Teachers' League. Watoon March left this week em for Minneapolis where he will Uk training at the Northrup-King Seec company, and will travel for them this summer in Missouri and south era Iowa. He has been visiting his mother, Mrs. L. C. Hanson sine completing his sceond year at th University of Iowa at Iowa City. Mr. and Mrs. A. Bouffard of Ham ilton, Ohio, and son, Dick, called at the A. B. Schenck home Sundu; enroute home from a month's vacu tion spent in California. Mrs Bouffard, a cousin of Alfre Schenuk, will be remembered a Mabel Hanna, a daughter of Mr and Mrs. John Hanna. former Al gonians, who now live in Califor nia Mr. and Mrs. Frank Eager am son, James, drove to Des Moinc Sunday to visit with Vincent Esset the other son, who is now taking course at a barber school in De Moines. He started to learn aero nautical mechanics at Lincoln, Neb raska, but did not like the set u so decided to learn barbering. I takes six months of practical stud before a man may become a burbc in Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Hanson arc parents of a daughter, Irene La- Ruby Ernst of Humboldt arrived Wednesday for a visit with her Sister, Mrs. Albert Hagg. Mr. and Mrs. George Heetland and family of Lakota were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Dalley. Betty Merron returned to her home at Estherville, Sunday, after a visit at the home of her aunt, Mrs. R. H. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Duffy and three daughters were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Phil J. Dorweiler at Fort/Podge. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hartshorn and little daughter, Jane of Des Moines spent the week end at the Elmer Hartshorn home. Mrs., Katherlne lift of Charles City called on Mrs. Don Smith on 'hursday afternoon. The women re childhood friends. Evelyn Cady enjoyed a visit, Sun- lay, from Fern Solsaa of Ventura. The girls became acquainted several years ago, when both were patients in a hospital. George Hohn and family have re- urned to their home in Morristown, dlnnesoj*. after a ten days' visit with relatives and friends in Algona nd Ringsted. Mrs. William C. Miller and daugh- er, Leona of Mapleton, Minn.,.were week end guests at the home of the Ormer's son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Miller, - Mr. and Mrs. Mell Peterson spent he week end rtt'Lake Okobojl as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Hutchson. Theo. Hutchison had gone o attend the bar convention. Mrs. Floyd Saunders left Satur- lay evening for Ottumwa, where she was called by the illness of her sister, Mrs. T. B. Gary, who is a patient at the St. Joseph's hospital. Mable Crutty of Minneapolis will arrive today (Tuesday) for a visit of several weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Cratty. Mable is a teacher in the Minneapolis schools. W. W. Sullivan, postmaster, and D. P. Smith of the local postoffice attended the dedication of the new postoffice at Waterloo and a postal Donventlon In that city, Monday and Tuesday. Jimmle DeZellar, son of Mr. ant Mrs. Ed DeZellar, and Ronald Davidson, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Davidson, are the latest victims ol small pox and' their homes are in quarantine. Lloyd and Merle i'ratt, Bud Hal pin and Jess Fandel drove to Chi cago, Friday evening and spent the week end" there, returning to Iowa City, where they are employed, Sun day evening. Mrs. Walter Roberts returned on Sunday evening from Stranan, Iowa where she had been visiting her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Zeno Baas for two weeks. Her sister, Anna Rose Ba.is, returned with her for a visit Mr. and Mm. M. J. Duffy drove to Whittemore Saturday evening to bring their daughter, Rosemary home with them. Rosemary hat been visiting at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. M. J Duffy, Sr., for several days. .Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Kyno and son, Dickie, and Irene Lamuth of Fort Dodge were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Lamuth, Sunday for Father's Day. Mrs. Ryno and Irene are daughters of the John Lamuths. They took their parents out to dinner. Mr. and Mrs. I. Wernert received word from their son, Dr. Ignatius J Wernert of Niagara Falls, that he had accepted a position as organic chemist with the Firestone Rubber Company in Akron, Ohio, effective July 3. The past three years, Dr Wernerl has been an Instructor in the Niagara Falls University. Isabella Greenberg, daughter o Mr. and MVs. Joe Greenberg, wil leave Wednesday for Montreal, Can ada, where she will attend a Sigma Delta Tau sorority convention fo several days. From there she wil go to Chicago where she will be fo ten days visiting with relatives an- friends, and where she will be thi bridesmaid at the wedding of a das: mate. Mm. L. A. Qulnn arrived tile, lat ter part of the week for a two weeks jisit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs 'J. T. Chubb. She was former! Ernestine Chubb. She arrompaniec Mi. and Mrs. Thomas O'Hairu wh lire visiting at the home of Mrs. O'Haire's pai tnts, Mr. and Mr H K. Rist. Mr and Mrs. O'Hair und Mis. Quiiiu arc> all of Washing ton IX C. .Mrs. W. C. MacDougall joint- her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fre Tubbesing at Mason City, Thurs day, and they drove to Iowa City where they were called by the sud den death of Mrs. Tubbesing's sister Mrs. F. J. Breene. Mrs. Breene wa found dead in bed by a neighbor an< it was thought that death had ijc curred several days previous. Mrs Breene was u widow. Her husbani Dr. Breene died in li*31. He ha been a dean of dentistry. Verne Ellis, of Denver, C'olorudt visited with Harry Kru.se and oth-' old friends in Algona last Thurs T. H. Chrischllle* was confined nt home the last of the week with he flu. S. K. Shairer of Down was a week nd guest at the home of Mr. and ifrs. M. H. Falke'nhainer. E. W. Lushy was III with the yel- ow jaundice, and unable to be on the 'job the first of the veek. Mr*. H. L. Plere* of Freeport, 11., Is visiting at the home of her on and wife, Mr. and Mrs. E. V. 'ierce. Bobby Danson and Infant brother, David, sons of Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Danson, are both quite ill with the vhooping cough. W. H. Freeman spent Thursday t Sanborn visiting old neighbors ,nd friends who lived there fifty •ears ago when he did. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Slonn nnd two aughters, Winifred Maryland Paticia of Des Moines were week end guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. j. E. Linnan. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fitch were t Britt Sunday to attend a birth- lay dinner at the home of Mrs. Itch's sister. Mrs. James Ross. Also in attendance were her par- nts, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Clark. Jim McEnroe recently houeht the ild McEnroe home which has for . number of years been owned by lis sister, Bertha of Los Angeles. :. W. Nicoulin made the deal. The ouse Is occupied by the Corey fam- Ed Woleott began work Monday at the Elk Cleahers, driving the oute truck. He had been employ d the past year and a half at the Cent Motor Co., but previously hud I riven a route truck for the Mod- rn Dry Cleaners for several years. Albert Blanchard was taken to he Kossuth hospital onThurs- lay to receive treatment for ement burns. Mr. Blanchard, who s employed by Cowan & Son, was lelping lay cement at the city light ilant and cement which drifted Inide of his boots caused the burns. Mr. and Mm. L. C. Hanson and Watson March spent Friday at Maon City, where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Moflensen. Mrs. Mortensen was formerly Pauline March. Watson is now in the employ of Northrup King Seed Co., until he returns to the University of Iowa n the fall. Mrs. Tlios. Steven returned to her lome near Burt Sunday after three weeks in Algona caring for her laughter, Mrs. Fim Krull of Cylind- Vonne, born Wednesday at the Kossuth hosptal. The baby weighed six pounds and nine ounces, and is the first for the Hansons, as well as being the first granddaughter for Mr. and Mrs. Peter Heldt. M.-. Hanson was 'dismissed from the hospital the day the baby was born. He had been there three weeks following an operation for ruptured appendix. C. L. McFurlaud, former Algoii.'i man, who for the past fifteen years or so has lived at Long Beach, California, a neighbor of Bert Pock, was reported Monday to be in a dying condition in a telegram to Mr. Peck, who had only arrived in Algona Sunday night. Mr. McFarland, who is about 75 years of age. formerly lived in the home on State street now owned and occupied by Lester Wilson. One of his sons is now a big oil man in the west. DMNGTON AGENT TOHANLONTOWN Robert Greigel Loses End of Finger in Mower Accident Thursday South Plum Creek News Ray Gross of Algona is spending some time with his brother, John, and family and is helping with tho field work. Laura Albright, daughter of Carl Albright at Hayfleld, Minn., won out in the Dodge county spelling contest and has been awarded a free trip to the Minnesota State Fair. Mrs. Howard Lunberg returned home after an extensive visit with home friends nnd relatives in Phll- lipsburg, Kansas. Her father Is seriously ill. and was taken to Hot Springs for medical treatment. Irvington: E. H. Thomas, popular i Northwestern railway depot ngent, j lias received official notice of his j transfer to Hanlontown, Iowa, to j lie effective in about two weeks. ! The Thomas family ramc here from | Toledo, Iowa, nnd have been vrry | prominent in church nnd social nf- I fairs during their residence here, i Friends are sorry to lose this splcn- ! did family. So f;ir Mr. Thomas' j successor has not been named. j LOSPS Finger End ] Robert Geigcl was the victim of | a very painful accident that or- , curred last Thursday afternoon as he was helping his father remove a piece of wire from n mower. In some manner he caught his fore finger on his right hand in the mower and cut it off between the nail and the first joint. Ho was given fmmediate medical attention and !t was thought at first it could b-? sewed back on, however, due to the seriousness of the injury, it was removed entirely and the end closed by taking several stitches. Mr. and Mrs. Sim Leigh entertained Mr. and Mrs. Chester Harmon of Woden Sunday for dinner. Mrs. U. B. Frankl and daughter, Camilla, were week end guests at the Pat Mulligan home near Bancroft. Bob Watson of California, arrived last Saturday for a visit with his ] mother, Mrs. Roy Watson and broth- er who became the mother D',4 pound daughter on June 9. of a Mrs. er, Paul. Airs. Althea Thorten FREE SERVICE CLINIC -For- BUICK CARS Bulck owners nrp Invited to bring; their car* to onr Service Station for n frn- rlieok up. WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY June 22 - 23 - 24 WP IHIVP available HIP most modern motor analyzing and rx- hanst analyzing equipment available. WP will be glnd to give your cur a'thorough chpcking with these analyzers at no rlmrgp to you. A Buick Factory Engineer Will Be in Attendance BIRUM-OLSON CO. YOUR BUICK DEALER Phono 121 Algona, la. of Liver- / rCrull will be remembered as Ednn Sifcrt. She has four other child ren, three daughters and a boy. Mrs. Aggie Kr.app went to Mason City Monday to visit her son, Harry Knapp and family, and old friends She will also attend the Mason City centennial celebration which is be ing held there this week. Mrs Knapp became a great grnadmother Friday when a daughter was born to the Willard Knapps at Eagle Grove. Those from Algona who motored to -Wesley to attend the Presbyter- Ian Fellowship meeting Wednesday night at the home of the club president, Joseph Skow at Wesley, were Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Kresensky, the Rirw. and Mrs. Charles Pfelffer, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Mathes, Mr. and Mrs. Ned Hardgrove. Jessie Smith, Car roll Johnson, Elva Ewoldt, Atha Hardgrove. The evening was spent socially. Algona attorney* and their wive* who attended the 14th annual chau- tauqua of the district bar nssoci i- tion at the Inn at Lake Okoboji during the week end were Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Linnan, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Stillman, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. White, H. W. Miller, P A. Danson, Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Shumway, J. D. Lowe, R. J. Harrington, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Bonar, Delia Welter. L. A. Winkel, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. McMahon, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Hutchison, Mr. and Mrs. Don Hutchison and W. B. Quarton. MJ-S. Raymond Beamish and children. Jean Rae and Jerry, left Thursday for Iowa Falls where they visited during the week end with Mrs. Beamish's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Reed. Mr. Beamish and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Stewart drove to Iowa Falls for them Sunday and visited with Mr. Beamish's and Mrj. Stewart's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Beamish. Donald Beamish, brother of Mrs. Stewart, returned with them for a few days visit at their home in Algona. Mrs. Eugene Hutchiiu and Marguerite Dalziel took the latter's guest, Dorothy sAwart as far as Garner, Friday, on her return trip to her home at Toledo, Iowa. Dorothy and Marguerite were classmates at Grinnell college, and Dorothy had been a guest at the Lusby home since Tuesday. Mrs. Hutchins and Marguerite drove on to Clear Lake and spent the remainder of the day visiting E. W. Lusby's daughter, Mrs. H. Pierce Witmer, who is spending the summer in the Lusby cottage. more Is visiting friends and relatives here. Her son, Roland, has employment. Harry and Roy Dicbier visited relatives the past week nt Peorla and Lanark. 111. Mrs. Mary Peters, an aunt of the boys, returned to the Dicbier home with them nnd will make an indefinite visit. Duane Riley returned home from Iowa City last week and in spite of all his recent afflictions, remains very cheerful. It is hoped with the continual improvement of his health he may be permitted to return to school this fall. The Ladies' Aid society of the local Presbyterian church entertained last Friday evening at a farewell party for Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Thomas and family. A gift was presented to the family as a farewell courtesy. Late In the evening lunch was served. Through an error last week an item in these columns stated thit the Alvln Weber family were ten nnts, having been employed by Edw. Mawdsley. The correct name should have rend the Alvin Weav ers. Alvln is the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Weaver and the family Is moving to Livermore. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Van 8ten berg and Mr. and Floyd Van Sten berg and two children, Robert ant Alice, left Saturday noon for their home nt Flint, Michigan. They have been guests at the Chas. Egcl and Paul Hudson homes. Mrs. Lewis Gaugenmeicr, sister of Mr. Hudson, also returned to her home at Pierre, S. D.. after a week's visit here. Mrs. Fred Geigel nnd Mrs. Hush Raney attended the D. A. R. picnic Algona last Tuesday. Tues.-Wed., June 21-22 Two great attractions Laurel and Hardy in "SWISS MISS" Second Feature John Litel in "LITTLE MISS THOROUGHBRED" Wed. Night Special Louis-Schmeling Prize Fight Returns via ra dio in our lobby. Going To Remodel or Repair? We arc again prepared to make FKDERAL HOUSING LOANS We would be pleased to discuss the financing, on an easy repayment plan, your needs for repairing or remodeling. IOWA STATE BANK SAFE—ACCOMMODATING GracemoreOrgandyFrocks in Garden Flower Prints Eight Sheer, Cool Styles with Natural Flower Patterns day, and incidentally looked afte his farms near Sweii City and othe business interests. Mr. Ellis lei Kossuth county perhaps 35 ycai 1 ago after editing and owning a several different times the Lu Verne News, Bancroft Register and Swea City Herald. He is an able writer and still keeps in touch with the profession. .Mr. and Mrs. Dale Eunj»on of Westport, Connecticut, enroute to Hollywood. California, called on Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Sherman. Wednesday. The Eunsons are doing literary work in New York. Mr. Eunson is in the frte lance field, and Mra. Eunson, the former Katherine Alberta of Photo Play, still writes under her own name and has just intered the Held of fiction, in which she has scored a marked success. 7heir little daughter, Joan, accompanied them. The Algona Auction Co. We are here to serve both the teller and buyer at our pavilion In Algona every Saturday. Saturday 9 June 25 Don't forget that we handle the llt-lli- City and \Vuud» Itrua. Threshers. Have some good ux-d machine*, including M inch C.'UMS ,i8 inch Red Kiver special, also t-xpi'ct to have some goud ones in this tvevk, so don't forget to look ui up us we M II them u» lust us \ve get them. Also have 15-30 McCormu-k-Oferiiijs, Twin City 17-28, and handle all kind of thresher belting ami teeth. One John Deere, 28 inch, in A No. 1 -.liapt-. We are now handing all kinds of feeder pigs which w<- will have on hand each uet-k. About &M) now on hand. Come and »•.• them or cali K. 8. John of Burt ti-FH-, or the Algona Auction Company, Phone 77. Several good used hay loaders for sale. Open Every Day. Sale Burn phone 17 Start on stock ut 1:30 TERMS—Cunt. No property removed until settled for. R113 D L*U Operator and Auctioneer Uay.nond Riddle, Clerk They're made ol crisp, sheer organdy that you'll adore (or airy coolness . . and they re as fresh as their Garden-Flower patterns Each (rock is as pretty as a picture, at a price that says you must have several Sizes 12 to 42 Guaranteed Fast Color Kresensky's

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