KOS9UTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA NEGLECT GEROUS GRADUATES AT LUVERNE WILL PRESENT PLAY son City Sunday-to visit his wife at the PaHt hospital. Mr. and Mrs. 1. H. Benedict left Sunday for a^few days at Emit Meyer's at Ocheyedan. Dr. and Mrs. R. L. Corhln entertained the. I3ntrc Nous bridge club Monday evening. tiarl Mldklff; Mt. Vcrnon, is a (,'uest a.t M. Li. Barton's. V, V \ \ \ \ \ AX iat damage is caused to building Interiors by faulty roofs .. LET US HELP YOU PUT IT IN GOOD CONDITION i I We can supply the kind and quality of roof- Tine that will best meet y6ur requirements— and at a price that will represent important savings to you. Let us inspect your roof, and suggest the most practical action for you to take. THIS SERVICE IS FREE TO OUR CUSTOMERS — Insure against still greater flamaee to your buildings as a result of fur' ther delay. CALL US TODAY! lotsford Lumber Co; D POOL Phone 256 Algona, Iowa TAI Verno, Apr. 21—M| K h school Hcnlors have picked out ns their class play, The Ijiicky Break, to he presented Frldny evcnlnp, May 15. There are 15 In the clows: Anna Hamim, Alleo 7311 is, Bernice Scrlb- ner, Vera Wegner, Dorothy Hansel- inn n, Cora Mao Ma.sterson, Trene Kamus, Lulu Hintu, Leela, Godfrey, Howard Smith, Arno Ristau, George Knopf, Louis Wolf. Orval Ramus, Carl I-iang. Commencement exercises will be held Tuesday evening, May 19, and the address will be given by Dr. Edward H. Lauer, lowo. City. The following other school activities will take place during the remainder of the school year: April 24, grade program; May 1, junior-senior banquet; May 17, baccalaureate. SIX TITONKA STUDENTS HURT IN GAR WRECK m. »' info. two Splendid models at- t and depend- k through the tart y»ari, Bulovo *hov« gained •wide confl- and respect. I art only two of U« itlectlon— '$25 to $2500. 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County Stale Banfc Iowa ow one of the Advance's 3,000 S*tiifi*d Subscriber,? a Modern Watch UULOVA College Group Gives Concert— The Men's Glee club, of Western Union college, Le Mars, gave a concert at the Evangelical church Saturday night. The club was en tour, nnd this was the first concert. No admission was charged, but a generous free will offering was taken to defray expenses. There were 18 young men, Including the pianist and director, and they were traveling in an especially built car. The repertoire included sacred numbers, Negro spirituals, patriotic numbers, and quartets. Iowa Beaiily Spots Reviewed— Mrs. Ray Stone was hostess to the Progressive club Friday. A nature •program was given, with papers written by Mrs. George Hanselman and Mrs. Phil Lichty. Mrs. Hanselman's topic was Beauty Spots of Iowa, and she supplemented her paper with pictures of Iowa's beautiful parks. Mrs. Lfchty's subject was Trees of Iowa. The next meeting will be a May party at Mrs. J. TJ. Llchty's. Early Iowa History Told— Mrs. John Vose was hostess to the Tuesday club last week Tuesday. Roll call was answered with short accounts of events In early Iowa history. Mrs. Otto Marty read a paper on Iowa History. Officers elected are: president, Mrs. Peter Thompson; vice president, Mrs. Marty; secretary r trensurer, Flor-- ence Hof. The hostess, assisted by her daughter Emma, served a tray lunch. Titonka, Apr. 21 — While • the sophomores were driving to a woi- ner roast last week Wednesday afternoon, two cars crashed together by the Buell farm, southwest of town: Mrs. Lou Huber's car, which was going north, and the, Bftnta ca.f tlrivon by Donald Banta, which was headed west. Loralne Peterson Edith Maye Budtong, Woodrow Pet erson, Alice Gartner, and Arlo Lar .son were also in the Banta cat- There were several other cars ahead of thein and the dust was blowing so that the Huber car could not be seen till the corner was reached anc it was too late to stop. The Hube car was tipped on Its side, and the Banta car went into the ditch. Allc< Gartner and Arlo Larson, who wer< in the rumble' seat of Banta's car crawled out unhurt, and Lorain' Peterson, Edith Maye Budlong, an- Woodrow Peterson suffered only a few deep cuts and scratches. Donald Banta. was pulled out of the cat- unconscious with a deep cut on his head and on his left arm, his face scratched, and a deep 'cut close to his heart. Mrs. Huber broke her left wrist, and was badly cut. Supt. Tidman, who was just ahead, brought the injured back to town as soon as possible. Donald, Lo- ralne, Woodrow, and Edith Maye are up and around and were back at school Monday while Arlo .and Alice returned to school Thursday. Both cars were badly damaged. <5. Gartner, who are in a hospital there. Edith Maye Budlong celebrated :er fifteenth birthday Monday even- ng by inviting Alice .Gartner, Helen 3fied, nnd Violet Slack to supper, 'n-rds were played during the even- ng. Anna. Bruns, who has been In a tfnHon City hospital, drove to Or- .riintti Sunday and will begin tench- np her school the middle of this vcel;. A. hoy was born to Mr. and Mrs. rl Kruuse, of German Valley, last veek Wednesday. The Miller Nelsonw entertained at inrds last week Wednesday night. The Harry BeedK drove to Hampton to visit relatives Sunday., BRIDE GIVEN TWO SHOWERS AT IRVINGTON Irvington, Apr. 21 — Two miscellaneous showers were given last week in honor of Mrs. .Tames Love, formerly Wana Patterson, at the home of her sister, ' Mrs. fhussell Maxwell. The first was held Tuesday afternoon and 40 attended. Another group of 26, consisting most- nesota., has gone to Garner where] she is employed. Carl Kubec, DCS Moines, was a caller last week at the M. Li. Uoney home. He Is a nephew of Mr. Honey and was near here on business. Mrs. .Too Wllhe-lml and children, who have been at the V. .T. Schlchtl home for several inonths, are planning- to move to Bancroft May 1. Aid will meet this week Thursday afternoon at the church parlor. Mesdn.mes Sumner Parsons and A. McLean will be hostesses. Charles Cox and liny Potter, of near Ofwigo, were visitors at the J. V. Cox home, last week Tuesday. Anna Ramus, Lit Verne, spent Sunday with Mrs. Charles Sankey and/the Arthur Rileys. The Embroidery club meets nex' week Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Leo Waldschmldt. Ray Fitch was a recent visitor at M.-ison City having- an injured ey« treated. Mrs. Ida R.lloy is spending a fev days visiting relatives at Llvermore Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Robison visited Mrs. J. B. Robison Sunday Mrs. Irene Bordwell Is visiting th Douglas Rtleys. Inillnfls Win from Bancroft— The first game in the Inter-high school 'baseball feeason was played last week Tuesday at Burt between Bancroft and Titonka, score 3-1 in our favor. Among fans In attend, ance from Titonka were Fay Folf- sema, Helen Beed, Viola Kuchen- reuther, Edith Mae Budlong, Rosa Pouelson, Lois Helfner, Margaret Callies; Edward Saathoff, Kenneth Carlson, Loraine Peterson, Woodrow ly of 4-H club members and their mothers were entertained Wednesday evening. The bride received many gifts. Wana is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jewell Patterson and has till recently been attending- the Algona high schpol. James Is a son of Mr. and ^Irs. M. T. Love, Garner. The coup.e will start housekeeping sometime In June. They were married by the Rev. Mr. Sun- denMn at Garner Easter Sunday. First Riverdale F. B. Meet Held— The first general Riverdale Farm Bureau meeting of the year was held last Friday evening at. the Center school in Rive.rda.le township. Chester Schoby had charge of the program. Muriel Body, H. D. A., gave a talk on, "Women's Farm Bureau Activ/ities." Doctor Dorweiler, of West Bend, talked o n "Poultry," and County Agent Morrison gave a talk on weeds. ' There was community singing and several piano and violin solos. Mrs., Russell Maxwell and Alberta Boldridge sang a duet. After a social hour ice cream and cake were served. O NE OF OUR BEST SIDELINES is mimeographing. This Is th reproduction of typewriting on pa per or cards. You would be aurpris ed to know how much of this wor! we do. We mimeograph bulletins letters, cards, etc., and the cost 1 much less than printing. Suppos you want to send out a circular let ter, a notice of any kind, or a. card We mimeograph the job for you In few minutes, and the work canno be told from Individual typewriting And you can sign your name to th mimeograph stencil If you desire and the signature will then appea on every sheet.—Advance. 26t Four Corners I The Mothers and Daughters club net Inst Thursday at Mrs. .TeRKlc Mitchell's, cftncl roll call was an- wered with Bible verses. Twenty- ight members and one visitor, Mrs. !oy Bjiistrom, were in attendance. Mrs. John Rich gave n. vocal num- <?r, When Your Hair Has Turned to Silver, accompanied at the piano )y Evelyn Crulkshnnk. A paper. Entertainment for Children on "lainy Days, was read by Mrs. Kver- >tt Witham, and a reading was Kivon by Ruth Rich. Lunch wns served by the hostess. The next meetlns will b e held April 30 at Mrs. John Rich's, and roll call will answered with My Favorite Sa!ad. A play will be given by the daughters. This program was exchanged for that of the meeting at Mrs. Mitchell's because of delay in obtaining material for the play. Patrons of the Union School No. 7 the Arthur Cruikshank school, speni Friday all day at the schoolhouse leveling the school yard, which hac not been leveled since a basement was dug for the new building two years ago. Mrs. Ed Genrlch is teacher. Mrs. Noble Mitchell fell seriously 111 last Thursday, but was slightly improved Monday. She is under the care of a nurse, Josephine Dltt- mer, Algona. Erna Madson Is doing the housework. Irene, Grace, Edna, Leona, and Lu Ella. Walker, with Hazel Mitchell and Ruth Rich, have begun work on a, play to be given at the next Four Corner club meeting on April 30 at .Mrs. John Rich's. Mildred Robinson Is coaching-. The A. C. Bjustroms and Mr. and Mrs. Qtilnten Bjustrom spent Sunday with relatives near Stratford jnd Boone. Quinten •B.histrom had his tonsils removed at tho Koss'uth Hospital Monday, Doctor Cretzmeyer operating. NEW GARAGE TO OPEN NEXT DOOR TO ADVANCE [Held from Last Week.] A. L. White has rented the building next south of the Advance shop from Oliver Moe and is conducting a. garage there. Mr. White who Is an expert mechanic, was in the garage business here once before, but for the last five years has been at Detroit in the employ of a construction company. For a year of two he was the company's mechanic. Then he was promoted to timekeeper, and later to supply man for construction crews. The company had no work last winter, eo he came back to Iowa and for a time was employed at Mason City. Mrs. White, wtto' Is a sister of Mrs. W. E. Laird, was formerly Augusta Brown. The Whites have a house on Nebraska street. Mr. White's sister, Ella White, formerly Mrs. Earl Foughty, operates her own beauty shop at Ferndale, suburb of Detroit, and employs five or six girls. She took a course in beauty culture at Detroit five years ago. GOLFERS, ATTENTION! WILSON Success balls, 3. for $1.00. New Shock Proof Johnny Farrell Irons, $6.50. Tennis and Diamond Ball supplies.—Gamble Stores. 22-32 The Clil-Namel Chink Says: It is bad enough to cook and wash, dishes In the kitchen without the walls and woodwork looking dreary. Kitch-n- Tint makes a cheery room; and is easy to clean; a soft gloss enamel finish at a -paint price. Sold by E. W. Lusby. Peterson, Bernice Larson, Santa and Delmar Banta. Beryl Grades Plan Indoor Cliantaiiqun— An indoor chautauqua by Grades 5-0-7-8 will be given Friday evening at the gym, admission free. The entertainment Is in five parts, representing five evenings: Monday, concert company; Tuesday, vagabond chorus and two playettes; Wednes^ day, dances ; Thursday, playette, Making of a Sheik; Friday, Minstrel Show. 3 Sophomores Hosts at Party— The sophomores entertained the rest of the high school and the teachers at a party Friday evening. The feature was a treasure hunt which took the guests to many places about town or some distance into the country. The hunt was followed by games, and refreshments were served. Juniors Stnge Ghost Parade— /• The Ghost Parade, presented Friday evening at the gym, by the juniors, assisted by faculty and former students, was well attended. Misses Titonka Loses In Tournament — • Titonka lost the second baseball game of the tournament Saturday morning at Burt, 5-2. Titonkians who attended are Hazel Miller, Bernice Larson, Lucille. Cosgrove, Irene Callies, Lois Heifner, Stanley Larson, Woodrow Peterson, Donald Banta, Rex Austin, Delmer Banta, John Blick, the William Boykens, ana the H. C. Schweppes, Rosa Pouelson,. Doris Stott, and Day Roll- sema. Wedding Shower Is Given — A wedding shower was held Saturday night at John Meyer's in honor of Mr. and Mrs. John Meyer. Those who attended were Myrtle Ama, Ruth Gartner, Anna Boekelman, Pearl Griffin, Florence Rey- Africa Topic at Society Meeting— The Missionary society met Friday afternoon at the church. The meeting was opened by Mrs. V. J. Schichtl, president, and roll call was answered with scripture verses. Mrs. Earl Miller had charge of the lesson. Several articles on the topics, "Africa" and "The'Negro in America," were read. Mesdames Schichtl and McLean sang- a duet, "Pilot of Galilee," und Mrs; K. P. Roney played a piano solo. The meeting closed with the Lord's prayer, after which hostesses Vern Barker and Boldridge served supper. The collection was $5.75. nolds, Florence Bacon, Roy Bonacker, and Jerry 'Boekelman. Refreshments were served and games were played. S. 8. Class In All-Day Heeling— The Dorcas Sunday school class Skinner and Tupper coached. The a proceeds go to finance the junior- met with Mrs. Roy Budlong Thurs- senior banquet May 1. Mrs. R, D. Kannlng Is Sick- Helen Kanning, Churdan, is here, caring for her mother, Mrs. R. D. Kanning, who has been sick a month. Otto Kanning, Mr. and Mrs. John Kanning, and 'Mrs. Henry Sell Jr., all of Churdan, visited her last for an all-day meeting. The teacher was Mrs. Ed Zweifel and 'the week. I Six Teachers Sign Contracts— The following teachers have signed contracts for next year: Kate Skinner, superintendent; Burdette Agard, principal; Ange Roorda, Irene Swenson, Eva Roy, and Irene Gelahecker. • Mrs* Ed Pergande Becoverhig— Mrs. Ed Pergande, sick for months and in a Fort Dodge ho»pita\ part of the time, is able to.be around the house and came to last week. town one day Other Lu Verne Newf Alice Wolf, taking nurses' train- Ing at the Lutheran hospital, Hampton, will have her v tonsils removed Friday, and will be at home next week to recuperate. She likes her work and seems especially adapted for nursing. Mrs, Priscllla Shafer, who spent the winter with a daughter, Mrs. B. P. Dow, Forest City, came one day last week to spend the summer at Dr. A. L. Spooner's. ' - • Mrs. William Zentner, Mrs. Clarence Krause. and Mrs. Lee Lichty will be hostesses to the Presbyterian Aid at the Community hall this week Wednesday. Mr and Mrs. James Godfrey returned last week Monday .from Cedar Falls, where they had been-call' ed bv news of the serious sickness of a~ sister. - Laura Engle was at Fort Dodge several days last week, receiving medical treatment for an injury to her nose suffered at basketball. Mrs. Gerald Mosely, two children and Frances Kabele, all of GoW- fleld, were guests of Mrs. J. ii. Chapman Sunday. The W. F. Godfreys drove to Ma^ son City Friday, called by news of the serious sickness of W. F/s cousin, Delbert Craig. Ed Dehnert is driving a new Chevrolet sedan, and William Knopf and Ralph Dimler new Chevrolet C °Mrs eS A. J. Bason and her daughter returned Sunday from a weeK with the former's mother at Orange C1 Cnarles Konareka, who spent the winter at Omaha, has returned and Is 1 at hisiaughter Mrs. Wilson l*$- 16 Nellie Tupper, domestic science teacher, wW teach, wt and science at Schaller ne*t year. Harry Von Praska. drove to Tf*- president was Mrs. Lou Helfner. A business meeting was held and the rest of the day was spent at ^sewing-. Rebekahg Give Children's Party—• The Rebekahs held: the annual party for children, of the Rebekahs Monday nieht. A 6:30 .supper was served, games were played and a program* was presented by the children. The regular Rebekah meet- Ing was held later at g o'clock. P. T. A. Offlcerg are Beelected— A parent-teacher meeting took place last week Monday night at the high school auditorium. The old officers were re-elected: Mrs, Mary Budlong, president; Mrs. Ed Zwiefel, vice president; Mrs, Mary Oesterrelcher, secretary. . ] nunlnesi College Head Speaks— President Hamilton, of the Hamilton business college, Mason, City, gave a talk -before the high school last week Monday. His topic was how to achieve success. Other Tlton*« News. Arthur Jay Budlong and Hermit Larson drove to Cedar Rapids Friday, accompanied by Edith Budlong, who stopped at Waterloo to visit relatives. The boys visited Coe college, where Arthur Jay was 'former- Fiirin Buildings Are Burned— ' Th'e buildings on the John Frei diers farm near Bode 'burned last week Thursday. The origin of the fi're has not" been discovered, but it was well underway before it was discovered. , The wind spread the flames quickly' to the other build- 'ings, and all buildings were burned except the house and one shed. Some grain and several head of live stock were "lost; Thorntons Move to Einmetsburg— The Frank Thorntons, who lived here many years, are moving this week Wednesday to Emmetsburg. Mr. Thornton is not yet able to work. Mrs. Thornton plans to find a position there. Hard Times in Montana— A recent letter from Ross Robison reports hard times In'Montana. He Bays that ranchers are very much discouraged for the main crop, wheat, is selling at less than 50c. Other Irvlngton News. The -Rev. A. English preached Sunday on the topic, "The Thorn In the Flesh." He read from 2 Corinthians 12:7, "And lest I should be exalted above measure through the abundance of the revelations, there was given to me. a, thorn In the flesh, the messenger of Satan to buffet me, lest I should be exaJted above measure." Mr. Charles Wlnandy came Sunday-morning from Chicago, and returned the< same evening accompanied by Mrs. Winandy and small, son who had been visiting at the John Simon home since Easter. Helen, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dole, who returned to her home here recently, after spending several months visiting In Mln- ly a student.' Sunday, AH th*e came back The William Schrams a.nd Mrs. Frances Budlonsr, Mrs. Ray Oester- rlecher, and Mrs. Mary Budlong droVe to Burt Sunday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Lenore Schram's niece, Margaret Knoll. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Larson, Ruth Gartner, and Gilbert -Nelson drove to Rochester, Minn., Sunday to vis- It Mrs, Gilbert Nelson and Mra. L, D O YOU USB SELF-ADDRESSED return- envelopes? We have three waye of addressing such envelopes. We can print them for you In the old-fashioned way, or we can either mimeograph or Addresso- graph them. The easiest and cheapest way Is to have us make an Ad- dressograph plate bearing your name and address. Then we will keep the plate and whenever you want a fresh supply of self-addressed envelopes we can run them through for you In a few mlnutee; or you caji take the plate with you and run the envelopes through your own AddressograDh, if you have one.—Advance. Mimoograpliiisg • Runchey's Sells Chase & Sanborn's COFFEE 39c ORANGES of Great Variety and Prices 19c, 25c, aOc Runchey's Groceries and Meats WE DELIVER PHONE 237 FRESH FRUITS and Vegetables at HALF PRICE Pillsbury's FLOUR and CAKE'jFLOUR We invite you to call and inspect our stock and compare prices on our class of merchandise with those of others. We are convinced that you will find our prices are right and our stock of the best. Ellis Runchey ALGONA, IOWA FRESH MEATS Beef. Pork Veal Runchey will serve you and give you more for your money than elsewhere Runchey's Sells JELLY POWDER 4 Packages 25c COOKIES A Good Assortment to Choose From. Prices to Suit You. Our lOc Counter is a Money - Saver for You. SEEDS and ONION SETS and Bermuda Sets. CURED MEATS Ham Bacon Cold Meats Soundly built to serve long and well TkepiUonpin tea— thouing «M o/IJie many marveloutly tain I It you could see the new Chevrolet Six being built, you would understand why it performs BO well, lasts so long and brings so much satisfaction and pleasure to its owners. The quality of raw materials is held to standards unsurpassed'anywhere in the >»•*automotive industry. In the manufacture of the engine alone there are hundreds of separate inspections. Pistons are matched in nets to within one-half ounce. Piston pins must be within 1V4 tenths of one one-thousandth of their specified size. Connecting rods are matched to within one-quarter ounce and are individually fitted by hand. The special alloy- steel crankshaft , 'General J»f otart'" freal is the subject of • prwinl ground truly amazing care and precision in • manufacture and cannot vary from perfection in balance more than Vi inch- ounce! These few examples of Chevrolet standards indicate the care used in 1 he- manufacture of every part of tho car. Soundly built to serve you long and wclll No com- promise with quality in manufacture means no compromise with complete •atisfiaction in ownership. Chevrolet pnculoa iiutru» KHnK tft regaiarly clxcktj agaiiut niojler gaufef wkich we accurate «t one miUionik nl an lack NEW tHKVUOLET The Creut America* Value •- • ' .I . • . JY«M> iMtf JPrlee*— Chevrolet's pastenger cor prices range from (475 to |$$0, Trucfc chtMtif price* range from (355 to $590. Ml prices /. o. b. Flint, Mich. Special eqt^p- ment extra. Lo\c delivered price* an4 easy term*. - See 4e«Ier KOHLHAAS BROS., DUtribwtor.
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