Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 12, 1931 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 12, 1931
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iMiiiiwiiiiiiiu CALL «. ^ ^ * ** Feb. M * Thursday. h ,." pr | cw iu-»«o. : enough- tofollow M •SCANDAL SHEET" Monday and Tnciday, Feb. 10 nnd 17 Tuesday trade Matinee, 2; 30. .Prices, 10-SOc. Pretty usherette goes Ritzy I ' "No Limit" on "IT"! Clara breaks on the dramatic firmament like a sun-burst! STTTABT ERWIN. HARRY GREEN K088tJTtt COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA, IOWA JLOCALS George Elbert and Oscar Polret, Whittemore, spent Friday in Omaha on business. Mr. nnd Mrs Nick Goeders, Em- for medical school with tn't looklnp for trouble— ..he gets—plenty! i-storm centei'-^the man iiates and fears. Scare- who sees all, knows ells all he knows. That's this biggest of his See him build up that crashes on his llove. Shocking! Electrify- Also Special [ft, Birthday Feature I Talking Ifews . r Special, February 14. i Saturday, 1:30, 3:30. SPECIAL FOB . _ HAJj REASONS '. EO. O'BRIEN "Fair Warning" (ar of "Last of the Duanes" my he-man out of door i an action picture. The (moving since talking pic- Ion and not a word for 10 Inutea—It's tense, a Max Brand story— tScenery, beautiful ..back- l Sierra Nevada mountains. laredevil riding, ' thrills, lined black stallion—and : help make it very in> Matinee Only i Tin Tin Serial GHT, COMEDY—NEWS VOBMAN FOSTER & DIXIE LEE She captures a man with a price on his head—for a love reward! The frivolous female of "Her Wedding Night" changes before your eyes. Into a tempest-torn, emotion-tossed woman fighting for love and happiness—against wealth, against the law, even against "her man." —Also— Review, Sportlight, Variety metsburg. spent Sunday at the'home of their son Tony. Mrs. Mary Becker was brought to the Kossuth Hospital treatment Sunday. Mrs. Joe Bloom went to Minneapolis early last week for a few weeks visit with her parents. Goo. S, Johnson, high teacher, spent the week-end friends at Cedar Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Laldley, Es- thorvllle, spent Sunday at Paul's sister, Mrs. H. M. Vinson's. Wade Sullivan was Introduced as the. '53rd membqr of the Rotary club at Monday 'noon's luncheon. The Standard Bearer Girls will hold a hake sale at the Anderson meat market Saturday at 10:30. Mrs. Dore Freeh returned Sunday from Swea City, where.she had been since last Thursday, with a sister. Lola Dreesman, Grace M. Miller, and ITattle Wilson, city teachers, spent the week-end at Cedar Falls. Jos. Sheppard, freshman at Crelghton university, Omaha, spent last week Thursday to Saturday at home. Mrs. Matt Lamuth has been sick during the last few weeks with rheumatism, > heart, and stomach troubles. Dr. R. A. Evans reports the birth Tuesday of the eighth boy and tenth child to Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Fisher, •near St. Benedict. Inez Potter, clerk at the .Tamee drug store, was sick last week AVednesday and Thursday and unable to be at work. Mrs. D. H. Goeders and Supt. Overmyer were judges at a declamatory contest at Rlngsted last week Wednesday evening. The Elbert Garage reports the sale of a Plymouth sedan to John Register, Dunnell, Minn. Mr. Register works In a .creamery. Doctor Crawford reports the birth of a son, the sixth child, to Mr. and Mrs. Nick Bormann Jr., near St. Joe. early yesterday morning. Geo. H. Free went to Sanborn Tuesday afternoon to attend a Masonic meeting, returning yesterday. Mr. Free once lived at Sanborn. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Allan, of Rudd, spent the week-end with friends at Ames. 'Esther Fulton and Jeanne Coon, local teachers, spent the week-end at the former's home at Audubon. Marlbelle Relmer cracked a bone In her'left arm when she fell last Thursday while she was skating. Dr. AV. D. Andrews reduced the fracture. A slight error was made In the Marigold Beauty Shoppe II advertisement last week. A "special" price on Nalvette Croqulgnole waves of $6 was given, whereas it should have been "regular" price. Nalvette Croqulgnole waves, any time 'are only $5. Ed and AVlnlfred Sarchett motored to Elmore for Sunday with their sister, Mrs. P. W. Reece, who lives on a farm. Lumetta Reece, young daughter who has been sick with shingles and under the care of. Doctor Summers, of Elmore, Is somewhat better. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Wlnkel's son Julius came home Friday evening to spend the week-end with his parents. He drove back Sunday even- By Eva W. StreH. Vera Oeren Is Married— Vera Ogren and Dr. Robert Williams, Lakota, were married at the home of the bride's parents, Mayor and Mrs. Albert Ogren, last week Wednesday night. The Rev. .1. L. Coleman, of the Presbyterian church, performed the ceremony In the presence of the bride's parents and Doctor William's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Williams, Port Dodge. Mrs. A. E. Michel sang, and .Tcannette Goeders accompanied -her. - After the ceremony dinner was served at the Ogren home. The bride, who is the only child of Mr. and Mrs. Ogren, was reared near Dakota, where she attended school till she entered the Algona high school, from which she was graduated. Following graduation she attended Cornell college, after which she entered Presbyterian hospital, Chicago, as student nurse. After she became a registered nurse she came to Algonn and became superintendent of the Algona hospital, holding this position ten years. Doctor Williams, also an only child, is a graduate of the Iowa medical college, class of 1928. He has been at Lakota since graduation. He ing. Julius, who is taking a veter-1 te also a graduate of Dartmouth inary course, did not get home for coll ege. After graduation from Dartmouth he spent three years in the service during the World war, and after the war he was for a time associated with his father In the lumber and coal businesses. The newlyweds are already at home at Lakota. Wednesday, February 18 CHAS. BI.CKFOKJ) The he-man of the hour— —with— EVELYN KNAPP J. FARRELL MAC DONALD DAVE TORREANCE in J. Oliver Curwood's "Biver's End" Glamour of the Royal Northwest Mounted. He got his man and the other man's woman. • •. —Also— Comedy, Review, Variety i. February 15. at Sew York's Bojty . Ia§t week! o'clock matinees, 10-35p for shows regular admie- ICo-Ed Comedy! CHERRILL &OHN WAYNE MARGUERITE CHURCHILL —in— .' . [Demand Excitement" |Talking News—New omedy Review ' Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. February 19-20-21. Matinee every day at 2:30. Prices, 10-30c, , The first multi - million dollar talking picture— .'., "HELL'S ANGELS" The only authentic picture of aerial warfare ever produced. 3 BIG DAYS Sunday, February 22. .';•'••" Geo.; Washington's Birthday. A production as great as America, whose soul and spirit It dramatizes. , DanieV Boone's trek to Kentucky. JOHN MACK BROWN ELEANOR BOARDMAN in "The Great Meadow" nml their daughter Dorothy spent Sunday with Mrs. Allan's sSister, Mrs. G. W. Johnson. Mr. Allan is a banker. County Supt. and Mrs. Wm. Shirley spent Monday afternoon at Mason City, and Mrs. M. W. Schwie- tcrt attended to the office durin their absence. / Mrs. Kate Turner returned Tuesday morning from Chicago, where she had been since the first of the year, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. N. C. Skow. The E. C. Hertigs, Buffalo Center, spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. Hertig's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. .T. Hertig. The Hertigs still operate the Buffalo Hotel. Carl Borchardt spent the weekend with his brother, Druggist A. H. Borchardt. Carl is still traveling salesman for the M. A. Lumbard jewelry company, of Des Moines. Irene Foxsen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. .1. Poxsen, Whittemore, Is a student nurse at St. Mary's hospital, Rochester, and recently she became an American B,ed Cross life-saver. Mr. and Mrs. John Isaacson moved Tuesday to Clarion, where Mr. Isaacson will be employed on a gas pipe line. 'Of late he has worked for paving construction companies. The M. T. McGulres were released Saturday, after 28 days of quaran tine for scarlet fever. Billy and Donald were ill with the disease. Mr. McGuire is a road' grading con tractor. Mayme Bette, chief operator at the local telephone office, will resume work this week-end, after a two weeks absence due to a minor operation performed at the Kossuth hospital. Mrs. C. H. Williams spent, the week-end at' Redfield and Des the holidays, as he was working in the clinic department. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Knox moved to Algona from Dallas Center last October. Their daughter Opal, is 7th and Sth grade teacher here, 'and they have a son Eugene who plays with the local Independent basketball team. Mr. Knox Is a professional interior decorator. Mr. 'and Mrs. William Runchey took Mrs. Mary Runchey to Rochester Sunday, and Mrs. Runchey is going through a clinic there. She has been troubled with her eyes re^ ccntly. The William Runcheys re mained at Rochester, and will bring her home this week-end. Marshal Newville drove' to Ames Sunday and, brought home his son Darrel, who recently had an appen dicitis operation and later developed pneumonia. Darrel, who is now gaining rapidly, will be at home for a. few weeks before returning to Ames to resume his studies. Mrs. Elsie Glazier Jones is broadcasting three times a week over WKZD,' St. Joe, Mo., giving a series of personality talks. Mrs. Jones is a former Algona gii-1, and her father, now deceased, was a dentist here 25 years ago. She broadcasts every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Mr. and Mrs. W, E. McCamey and Mrs. Anna Madson drove to Dell Rapids, S. D., last week Tuesday, called by news of the death of Gus Hagg. Mrs. Madson returned last Thursday evening, Mr. and Mrs. tfcCamey. remaining till Saturday. Mrs. McCamey and Mrs. Hagg are sisters. AValter Eraser Jr. was a member of an Iowa State college swimming earn which defeated Grinnell col- ege tankmen In a meet at Ames ast week Tuesday. Walter, who las been life-guard at the Algona municipal pool the last two summers, excels in the 4:40 and the 2:20 lashes. Donna Burtis was a week-end uest of friends at Webster City, and spent the first of this week at Des Moines and Ames. At Ames she attended a dance and heard Galll urci.last night. She is expected lome this week-end. Donna, who will attend the state college during the spring quarter, Is specializing in Irene Mitchell, Q. A. Bjustrom, Wed Irene Mitchell and Qulnten A. Bjustrom were married by the Rev. A. H. AA^ood at the Good Hope parsonage a week ago Saturday, ceremony was performed in The ' the Talk About Vegetables & Fruits BEPENBON GROCERY certainly hag them thig week. I spinach (tomatoes [onions ver ibers Tangerines Lettuce New cabbage Nutmeg squash, Apples Oranges s ^ Bananas Grapefruit or Come to Akre's Phones 21)0 and «»1. Moines, visiting friends, companied Mr. and Mrs. She F. WENT WAVE SPECIAL tour We k&ve been unable to accommodat «,i P a troil8 In Slir»h a limitarf lano-th nf timft W accommodate length of time we prlce Croquignole , Wavin 6 a** has been giving Fred® ? ast * ix ninths, Jiving specialized n Wa y es; ^ te 8 Campbell is the only SS n ?f d In Combination Waves and will you 8a she gives ypu a ,icient In Perma- operfttor, having • • the Mod- March owr Bandy, of Britt. The women are cousins. A pie social will be held February 20 at the schoolhouse in Dist. No 7, Fenton township, two miles north and a mile east of Lotts Creek Adris Peterson is teacher. The public Is Invited. D. C. Mahan, Goodyear tire and rubber company representative in this territory, returned Sunday from .Chicago, where he had been einoe last week Wednesday attending Goodyear convention. ' Manager E. C. Hancher of the local telephone company, and his family, spent the week-end at Mason City with Mr. Rancher's brother, who is employed in the main office of the company there. .Father Bernard, of the Passionls' order at Des Moines, who has charge of St. Cecelia's parish during Father T. J. Davern's absence, is spending the week at Des Moines in retreat, but will return Saturday Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Kresensky their daughter Ardte, and Mrs. B A. Schemel spent the first few days of the week at Des Moines. Mr Kresensky attended a shoe convention and the women visited relatives, Samuel Kaufman, who comes here from Mason City at various times during the'year, was in town again the first of the week. He upholsters furniture, and his present headquarters is the Foster . furniture 8 Mr! and Mrs. H. L. Gilmore. their son Edwin, Mrs. Henry Relmer, and Mrs. N. Victor Lowe spent Sat- Mr. a,nd Mrs. to a .every Des few urday in Des Moines. Gilmore take Edwin MoJnes orthodontist weeks. Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Misbach, Fal,r- mont, spent Sunday with the former's brother, Jos. Misbach, and with the J. 3, Holtzbauers, The R. Q Misbachs and the Holtzbauers were neighbors when the ers lived here. • Evelyn Cady, who had planned to go to Iowa City soon for a series of joint operations, has received word from physicians at the University Sital ttrt thw will not be able to take care ot her for six weeks or went the w«*-enA presence of the bride's sister Hazel, Edmund Larson, Hurt, and Mrs. Wood. After the ceremony the bride and bridegroom drove to- Hamilton county to visit with relatives. They are now at home' with the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Etna Mitchell, of Union township. The bride is a graduate of the Algona high school, and since graduation in 192!) has taught Union No. 6 school. She is the Advance's Four Corners correspondent. Mr. Bjustrom, who is the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Bjustrom, Whittemore, is employed at his brother R. O. Bjustrom's Hobarton store. Jjiist K, C. Party Duteil— The last of a series of parties given by St. Cecelia's Guild will be held tomorrow nig-ht at the K. of O-hall Mr. and Mrs. George Holtzbauer are chairmen of the committee In charge. Last week's Guild party was held ast Thursday night. There were 18 ables of bridge and 13 tables of 500." Mrs. H. L. Gilmore and Joseph Bestenlehner won the high jridge scores and Julia Schilmoller and Mike Reding, of AVhittemore, von the "500" scores. After lunch which was served at 10 o'clock there was dancing. Mr. and. Mrs. Charles Gilbride were chairmen o£ the committee in charge. and Mrs. Byron Stratton, Cobb, WIs. The Rev. Mr. Brown, pastor of a church at Omaha, during morn- Ing services, dedicated a song, "The Old Rugged Cross," In Mrs. Guder- lan's honor, which was broadcast over station WOW, Omaha. She also received many birthday cards. Entertains at Two parties— Mrs. -M. L. GoBlin entertained her bridge club last week Wednesday afternoon,at two tables, Mrs. Sadie Frank!, Mrs. H. Dltsworth, Swea City, and Mrs. H. W. Edwards winning the prizes. After bridge refreshments were served. Guests of the club were Mrs. Frank!, Mrs. E. L. DeZeller, and Mable Olson. Last week Wednesday night Mr. and Mrs. Goslln entertained |12 friends at bridge, and the high scores were won by Mrs. Bert Deal, E. L. De- Zp.ller, while Mrs. W. A. VIgars and Mrs. Fred Geigel won the low. 801*108 of Three Parties— Mrs. J. S. Auner and Mrs. H. M. Hauberg entertained 20 at dinner last Thursday night at the former's home. After dinner bridge was played and a prize given to the high at each table. Friday and Saturday Mrs. Auner and Mrs. Hauberg entertained 20 women each day at bridge luncheons at the Auner home. Prizes were given the high at each table both days. * Valentino Bridge Party Given— Mesdames Wm. Aman, H. L. McCorkle, and Raymond McCorkle entertained at the former's home last Thursday. Luncheon was served at one, and the rest of the afternoon was devoted to bridge. Valentines were used In the table decorations. VIrs. G. D. Brundage, Mrs. Raymond Oliver, and Juanita Martin won high scores. There were 28 guests. Other Society News Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Merrltt entertained their bridge club at a 7 o'clock dinner Sunday evening. Dorothy Bfravender, Mrs. TD. C. Ward, Mrs. Aubrey Bonham, and Adrian .Burmeteter. Mns. James Watts and Mrs. H. M. Vlnson entertained the W. C. bridge club last week Wednesday evening. Mrs. Hugh P.ost won the high score; Mrs. Fred Powell, second high; Mrs. Edw. Sheehan/ the consolation, Mrs. Verne Johnson received a guest gift. Anna Buss entertained the A. O. bridge club at two tables last Thursday night, Nellie McGlnnls and Mrs. Louis Reding winning the high scores. Mrs. Reding and Hazel Potter were guests of the club. Bobby, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Goeders, celebrated his ]0th birthday anniversary Tuesday by entertaining a few boys at 6:30 dinner. After dinner the boys attended a boxing match at the Elk Cleaners. Mrs. R. H. Moulds entertained her bridge club last Thursday evening. Mrs. Glen MoMui-ray / won the high score; 'Mrs. A. W. Amunson the low. The Methodist Women's Foreign Missionary society will meet this afternoon at 2:30 with Mrs. V, B. Sawyer. : Mrs. Harold Wllcke, of Ames, for* merly Esther Goodwin, domestic science teacher here several years ago, was an out-of-town guest. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Schmldkuna are parents of a girl, born at their home north of Whittemore lost Thursday, the second child. Mrs. Norman C. Rice has issued invitations for a Valentine party at the Call theater tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock. There will be an old and new-time dance at the I. O. O, F. hall next Tuesday night.. The Royal Neighbors will have a card and dancing party At the I. O. O. F. hall tonight at 8 o'clock. Bridge was played at three tables, and Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Brundage won the high scores; Mr. and Mrs. A.'A. Beguhn, the low. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Amunsen .were guests of the club. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Hynds entertained the N. B. B. Tuesday night. The bridge family score was won by Mr. and club high Mrs Willard RInggenberg. Mrs. R. O Bjustrom won the woman's cut prize, and . Mr. Ringgenberg the man's cut. Mr. and Mrs. William Cummins were guests of the club. The committee for the affair which was the monthly teachers party, was composed of Francef Duhlgg, Lucia Wallace, M. J. Coate LONG'S Service Grocers Phone 214 Phone 214 Lard, best, 2 pounds - 26c Pork Cutlets, pound . 20c Pork Sausage, Country style . L 20c Sliced Bacon, Ib. . 25c Wieners, Ib. __18c Bacon Squares, Ib. i 16c Fig Bars (cookies) 2 Ibs. 25c FREE One pkg. oxydol with 3 bars Canary Toilet Soap. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY we will sell eggs again for just what we pay the farmer. Eggs are real food. art. . John Alexander, Dell Rapids, S. Dak., registered Sunday at the Algona hotel, where he -is staying till he can locate an apartment, when Mrs. Alexander will Join him. Mr. Alexander is a representative of the James Manufacturing " Co., of Milwaukee, manufacturers of farm buildings. His territory covers nine counties. Harold Bockes and R. O. Bjustrom left yesterday for Des Moines to at tend a state hardware dealers' con vention. They -were accompanied by B. W. Reid, of Union township who goes down • occasionally to con suit a physician. A year or so ago he was advised to reduce his weight and he obeyed orders, with the re suit that his appearance was con slderably changed. His health ap pears to have greatly Improved. B. M. Blood, employed at the Ralph Moe garage, next door south of the Advance shop, was called 'to his home at Herman, Minn., Tuee day by news of the death of his mother, Mrs.' 6. M. Blood, 58, who had been sick with 'Stomach troubli for several weeks. She Is survlvec by her husband and seven children E. M. has been In Algona three months. The Roy Bjustrom general stori at Hobarton has sold 27' Skelgas outfits'since September in Its terrl tory, of which Algona Is a part and about half of the stoves were sold here in Algona. The outfit; consist of tanks outside the house from which the gas Is supplied to the stove by a pipe through the wall. The gas is a natural com pressed gas. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Anderson their daughter, Mrs.' Loreen Sim mons, and her' daughter left las Thursday for Mobile, Ala., where •they will spend several weeks with Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Gust, the lat ter also a daughter of Mr, and-Mra Anderson. Mrs. Simmons' other daughter has bee n making her home with Mr. and Mrs. Gust dur ing the last few months. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Jpynt are parents of a son, born'at the Kossuth hospital Saturday morning, the second child. The daughter Helen Is six years old. Mr. Joynt is agent at the Milwaukee station. His sister Mrs. C. H. Slagle. Cylinder, came Saturday, and is at the Joynt home during. Mrs. Joynt's absence. Mrs Joynfs parents, Mr. and'Mrs. W. P, Relnders, Mallard, and her brother Henry spent Sunday here, and Slagle's Raphael was also here, Mrs. D. H. Goeders and Supt Overmyer served as judges at $ declamatory contest at Rlngsted last week Wednesday night, Tuesday Mrs. : Goeders and Frances Duhlgg were' Judges for Floyd, county declamatory contest at Rudd, afternoon and evening, seven towns taking Last njKht Mrs. Goeders judged at Liverraore, and tomorrow night a&e goes' to LU Verne tp aj;- tend a. contest Jn which she has pu- - - • • Many Attend Auxiliary Benefit— The Legion Auxiliary Benefit bridge and "500" party at the Leion hall Friday night was well attended. Bridge was'played at 21 tables and "500" at two tables. Mrs. George Elbert and Joe Bloom won high bridge scores and .Mrs. Harry Hardgrove won the low. High 500" scores were won by Mrs. Ralph Morgan and Harry Hardgrove and Mrs. Henry Lavrenz. won the lo\v score. After the game refreshments Were served. The committee in charge was Meedames L. N. Spll- les, O. W. Erickson, Henry Becker, L. E. Hovey, W. C. Dau, John Kohlhaas, and G. D. Brundage. jpll!!!lllllllilllll!lllll!lll!lllllll!IIIIIIIIM Accredited Chicks | You cannot get chicks from nest eggs, neither can you make money with a = flock of poor laying hens. You must have flocks that are worth while, those that 55 are heavy layers and quick growers. 55 It is not necessary for you to spend your time and money in securing and 55 handling high-grade breeding flocks. This is a problem calling for much work,'', S, money, skill, and experience. ' v S TJirthduy Party for J. F. Overmyeiv- Supt. Overmyer was honored at a party given by the faculty of the city schools in the dining rooms of the Bryant last evening, the occasion being his birthday. A large birthday cake centered with a single candle was a feature of a three-course dinner served at tables decorated in the valentine mode. Place cards were decorated with valentine faces .supported -on coiled springs of wire. Supt. Over r myer was presented a desk lamp as a surprise gift from the teachere. A play provided the evening's entertainment. Shower Given for Algona Girl— Mrs. Fred Parks and Mrs. Fred Geigel entertained at a 'miscellaneous shower Saturday afternoon In honor of Helen, daughter of the .Rev. and Mrs, J, L. Coleman. Mr. Coleman Is pastor of the Presbyterian church. There were 35 guests, After an 'Informal program, there was a social hour, which was followed by the presentation of gifts., Out-of-town' guests were Mabel Coleman, Ames, and Mrs, Grove, Boone. Helen will be married Sunday to Emll Grove, Owatonna, Minn., son of Dr. and Mrs, Grove, of Boone. • > Plum Creek Club Reviews IBStfc— ' The Plum Creek Social and Literary club was entertained at Clara Qilbrtde's last week Wednesday, and Florence' Calhoun. was assisting hostess. Roll call w f as responded to with Valentine quotations. Comic valentines were passed, and ea«h member stood up and read her verae to the club, Laura Keen read an interesting paper on Highlights of 1930, and Lora Raney gave a book review on The American Band Wagon. The chin meets next week Wednesday at Emma Pehnert's, with Mamie qilbride assisting. •Woman's Club to The Woman's club will entertain at a Colonial program at 'the library tomorrow evening at ,7:*5. The committee in charge includes Mrs. A. K. CUff, Mrs. T. H; Holmes, and Mrs. N. C. Rice. The program follows: Old Time Songs, by Oldtime Girls; reading, 'Mrs. Lefferij solo, Mrs. A. S}. Michel; poem, The Old Spinning Wheel, Mrs. Lura Sanders; solo and minuet dance, Mrs. W. S. Leo and group of girls; impersonation, Mrs. A. A- Bishop; reading, Jane, Hemphill; Oldtime Songs, by Old Time Girls; refreshments. % Party for 557*^ BirUulay- Mrs, Elizabeth, Guderto obaerwd her 77th birthday Sunday. Guests at a dinner 4 the Ouderlan have done all this for you. We have carefully developed our breeding == flocks to a high point of superiority and our baby chicks are strong, vigorous, and 55 healthy, they mature quickly, and become the heavy layers so much desired. if Plymouth Rock | At the left you ,see the Plymouth Rock. It is a j5J fast-maturing bird and a desirable one for early mar- 5s keting, and the fact that they are good layers makes =j them a very popular chick. Our rock flocks are the 5s oldest accredited flocks that we have. The chicks this 5s year will start at $12.50 per 100 and down, depending 55 on the size of your order. "• • • • 35 We hatch the White, Bar- 1 red and Buff Rocks. S The White Wyandotte is another popular early chick, fast maturing and a good layer! We have bought eggs from 55 this- particular flock for the past six years and can recommend 55 them to anyone who would like a good healthy production 55 flock of White Wyandottes. These are $13.00 per 100, and less for. larger numbers. ' ' • ' i The White Leghorn At the right we have the White leghorn, one of the most popular because of their laying ability, More Leghorn chicks are hatched each year than any other breed, Of these we hatch, the White, Buff, and Brown Leghorn, priced at $10.00 per hundred and down. Of the Reds we hatch only the Single Comb. The leading flock in this breed was one of the ten high in the state in the last report of the Record Flock work. A really beautiful bird, good layer and from a good strain. These are $12.50 per hundred and down. We also have the Buff Orpingtons, one of the oldest and best known of them all. Nearly everyone some time or another has had a flock of Buff Orpingtons. Extra fine for marketing. Priced at $13.00 and down. We invite you to visit our new hatchery building. All equipment is complete- Jy refinished and is as clean and sanitary as the day it was shipped from the factory, THE TREND—EJach year more and more poultry raisers are buying baby chicks, because they find it pays to dp so; because standard and high production qualities bred into chicks are more and more necessary; because it is most economical to start with baby chicks; because it is the quickest and easiest way to get flocks that pay the best..' AVOID DELAY^-It is important that you place your order early, so that you can obtain your baby chicks at the time you want them. Order at once for whatever shipping date you select; so we can reserve th»t date for you. , Do .this now and thus be certain pf getting your clicks at the time desired, I Be early and yovi wiji be sure of that, , , j We hatch the kind of chicks that hatch the kind of profits you should h«ve, The Algona Hatchery , •»*• ' , "™~ '_T TO IT i CAW ' » . ^^'i Jta ;W

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