Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 18, 1931 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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PAGE SIX KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. AL6ONA t IOWA THURSDAY , m ^ WESLEY WOMAN SEES HER SISTER BECOME A BRIDE Wesley, June 16—Mr. and Mrs. L. TJ. Lease went to Hnnluntown to attend the wedding of her sister, J-.eona Gwmo, and Marlon O. Mall at the Lutheran church Stinclny at 2 p. m. The double ring ceremony Was used, nnd following the ceremony a reception \vns held fit the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. II. T. Ryp. Mr. and Mrs. Hall will live on a farm near Hnnlontown belonging to the bridegroom's father, Mlsn Gesme took a four-year course at Concordla college. Atoorelipml, Minn., majoring in Homo Economics, and afterward UiUKlit the subject for several yt>ar.« at Cyru.s. Minn. Mr. TTnll bad for sevon yours been assistant cashier in a Ilanlon- town 7i,'tnk. The <'ouplc went <m :i short trip to DI--K Moincs. Wpdnos- | day evening they will lie here to I visit Mrs. Lease, ncconipaniod by! Mr. and Mrs. Ilye. ll.inlontmvn. and' the Hev. anil .Mrs. M. I). Kami, of Evunsville. Minn. Mrs. Unun is a sister of tin- other ladies, and .Mr. • Raun pi'rforiued the wedding «•>•_-! mony. Picnic Hmmrs Iloiviird Hnii.«<>it!>— j A surprise picnic party Sunday] honored Mr. and Mrs. Howard Han-1 sen, Clear Lake. Relatives andj friends from Wesley who perpetrat-l od it were the Carl llnnsens and: Mrs. Mary Stevens, the Raymond i nnd Tlioron Han.st'ii.s -Mr. and Mrs. ! Gordon r. Giddings. Orville Moore.; Will and Minnie Frlinml. It \\v.-< held In n eno] s)Hit :it (lie lakeside.; and heartily enjoyed. Invents it was Intended to observe were the birth-' days of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Han-i sen, June 13 and !l. respectively, and; their wedding anniversary, .Tune IS. attended the Children's day program sit Sexton Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Sturdlvant and Ethel went to Carthage, Minn., last Thursday to visit a cousin of Mr. Sturdlvant. They will return this week Friday. Mrs. C. D. Nelson, a sister of Peter Seaberg;, nnd Charles Seaberg and two sons, nil of Dayton, Texas, nre visiting relatives at the Peter Seabfcrg home. Mr.f. Bertha Looft and Margaret will drive to Des Moines to attend an undertakers' convention this week Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thureday. Mrs. Clarence Ward and Erma drove to Rochester lu^t Thursday after Mr. \Vurd, who has been taking treatment for several weeks. Laura Hansen. telephone operator at Des Moines, Is here on a visit with her mother, Mrs. Xels Hansen. and other relatives. The liev. Mr. Moore expects to drive this week to Osborne. Kansas, after Mrs. Moore, who has been visiting a sick son. Jos. Meurer returned Saturday afternoon from Des Moines, where j he attended the Hurnessmakers 1 1 convention. Emory Goodnow, Algona, came Sunday to spend his vacation with his sister, Mrs. Herman Ostercamp. The Doctor Prlmising family. Williams, visited Wesley relatives from Sunday to Monday morning. Mr. and Mr.s. Matt Laux visited her sister. Mrs. .loe Bait/., at Bancroft Sunday. Mrs. Bertha. Looft entertained the Deal 'Hin Bridge club last Thursday afternoon. Old Ilosldcntcr Makes Tall- Mr, and .Mrs. W. Sointnerville Colby, Berkeley, Calif., called briefly last week Wednesday upon his cousins, Mrs. A. E. Giddings, Wesley, and Mrs, E. Goodnow, Algona. Mr. Colby, known to friends as "Will." lived many years at Clear Lake. He is a son of the late Mr. and Mr.s. J. P. Colby, early settlers at Algona. Mrs. W. Somm«rville Colby is librarian at the University of California, Rerle Berkeley, and i.s taking her annual vacation. S. S. Children Will (jive rrosrum— An excellent program by the Sunday school children was given at the Methodist church Sunday morn-j ing. Songs, instrumental music, concert exerciser and recitations. I and the "euteness." nf the little performers made the hour pass enjoyably. Mrs. Fred Seefeld is superintendent, and those who assisted in training the children were Florence and Maurine Hansen. Irma Ward and Dorothy Kraus. Mrs. Bli'lcli Hrotner to Weil- Mr, and Mrs. Leo Bleioh will attend at Goodell, on Tuesday, the marriage of Mils. Bleicb's brother. Lawrence .Smith, Goodell, to Miss Bridget Nolan, Graottinger. The ceremony will take place at the Catholic church in Goodell. The j'oung coup]? will live on a farm belonging to the bridegroom's father, near Goodell. BIBLE PUPILS AT LU VERNE HAVE PARTIES Lu Verne, .June 111! — Tiie culmination of two Bible reading contests in. classes of the Presbyterian Sunday school arrived Friday night when parties were given by the losing sides or classes. I n Miss Hur- rays' cliuss in the Junior department the class had been divided and the side led by Evan Llchty read more chapters in a given period of time than the on e . led by Bobby Chapman. So the losing sid'e entertained the others, at a. party at the Irvin Chapman home. Practice for Children's day, music, games, and a lunch made the evening a happy one. The other contest was between the Union Bible class and the Kumak class. The former \yere losers so they entertained a.t the A. L. Daggy home. The program for the evening consisted of music, games and a. talk by the Rev. Mr. Koonce. A tray lunch was served. Homo Taltttif Program Planned— A home talent program will be given at the Methodist church next Sunday evening, June 21. Three short plays will be prssented, and a group of young people will give recitations, songs, and instrumental pieces. No admission will be charged, but an offering will be taken. Attends Convention of Church— Marion Paulson left Monday morning for Cooperstown, N. D., and will be gone a week, attending the yearly national convention of the Evangelical Free church. Fifteen Attend Auxiliary Meet— Fifteen members of the local Legion Auxiliary attended the county meetig. at Lone Rock last week Tuesday. A regular meeting will be held this week Thursday. Helen Kunnemark's Tonsils Out— Helen Funnemark had her tonsils removed at Algona one day last week. J. P. Hauptman underwent a tonsil operation at Mason City last week Tuesday. Father Wessling Jo Retreat— Father Wessling went to Sioux City Sunday afternoon, and will attend the annual Retreat until this week Friday. : Other Wesley News. Mrs. Gus Seaberg. Elrod. S. D., and two children came Friday and visited until this week Tuesday morning at the Peter Seaberg home. Ellen, a s'rown daughter of Mrs. Seaberg, who had been on an excursion to Washington, D. C., came last week Sunday, and will remain With htr grandmother, the senior Mrs. Seaberg, who is in poor health. Ellen's uncle, Peter Seaberg, met her at Eagle Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Will Ward, Nickerson, Kas., are vfaiting Mrs. Ward's sister, Mrs. Axel Johnson, Elmer and Frank Johnson, and Wallace Donovan. They were accompanied by Mrs. .lane Winkle, Pasadena, also a sister of Mrs. Johnson. From here the group will go to Algona to visit brothers, John and Frank Riebhoff, and they will visit a sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Winkel, at Bancroft. Mrs. J. V. Ritschmeier, of Iowa Falls, her daughter Mira and son Clarence, came last Thursday, and visited relatives until Friday evening. Mrs. Ritschmeier also looked after business matters. They returned home Friday evening, accompanied by Mr.s. Ritschmeier's sister, Emma Studer, who will take two weeks vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Murphy were at Charles City Sunday, visiting his sister, Mrs. Ed McCoy. The Leo Goetz family visited her parents, the John Arndorfers, St. Benedict. Mrs. M. C. Malek, Duncan, daughter Hose and son Lawrence visited at Anthony Johnson's last week "Wednesday morning. Mrs. Mary Stevens, whose home Is p.J: Santa. Ana. Calif., came last weglc Sunday to visit her sister, Ml'0. Carl Hansen. The Hansena wen£ after her to Webster City, wlier* tor a few days she had visited a lirothsr, Stanley ConkUn. Tbe Rev. Mr. Moore, and the Kraus and Hans Hansen fam- atoo the Elza Trattord family, Cemetery Officers Are Named— The annual election of officers of the Lu Verne Cemetery Association took place at the meeting held at the home of Mrs. D. Voss. The following ol'icers were, elected: Mrs. Fred Steussy, president; Mrs.-Peter Thompson, vice president; Mrs. Ernest Woito, assista.nl secretary; Mrs. A. L. Spooner, treasurer. The next meeting will be held July !) at the John Voss home at which time a secretary \vill be elected. Picnic Ends ISiblo School— The Community Bible school came to a successful close Friday. The Intermediate department enjoyed a picnic at the park at Goldfield Thursday afternoon. On Friday morning the diplomas were issued and the various awards given and each child received a treat. The children have been very much interested in the work and all voted that they would like to attend next year. progressive* Club Ends Year- Twelve members of the Progressive AVomen's club responded to roll call at the final meeting for the year at the home of Mrs. Paul Phillips Friday. After a short business meeting at which plans for next year's work were discussed, a social afternoon was spent. Refreshments were served by the hostess assisted by Mrs. S. F. Phillips ami Mrs. Fred Tiede Lau. Masons to Attend Picnic- Local members of the Masonic order plan on attending the annual Humboldt county picnic at Renwick Thursday, June IS. After the picnic dinner there will be an address by Loren R. Gans and stunts by Eastern Stars. A program of sports including shuttle races, woman's foot races and a kittenbull game will furnish the amusement in the afternoon. Renwick Pair 50 Years Wed— Mrs. Qeo. A. Hanna and daughter Geneva, of Willmar, Minn., visited Saturday at the Peter Thompson home. They were on their way to Rc-nwiek to attend the golden wedding anniversary of Mrs. Hanna's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Hefty which was celebrated Sunday. College Students Come Hitiue— More college students are arriving home to spend the summer vacation. Forrest Raney came from Grinnell; Margaret Ehmke from the Junior college at Britt; Marie and Esther Fritzemeier from Naperville III. Esther completed the four year course at the place. Hardy plans Gala, Day— The town of Hardy is planning on having a gala day June 23. They advertise a program of sports, dancing, contests, and other things that make, up the program for a regular celebration. Clarence Thompson Plans Ministry Clarence Thompson, who graduated from Morningside college at Sioux City, went to Des Moines last week where he enrolled in a summer school of' Ministerial Training. Other Lu Verne News, A program was given Monday night at the school gymnasium by the Largo quartet, of Concordia seminary, St. Louis. It included a redition of Handel's Largo, Wismar's psalm 121, a Latin group, and selected German «nd English chorals. The personnel of the quartet follows; Paul Reith and Walter Wendland, tenors; Karl Anderl, barl^ tone; Milton Twite, bass. Children's day will be recognized next Sunday at the Presbyterian and Evangelical churches by programs at the morning serylces'. Due to the fact that Bible school was keeping the children busy, these programs are later this year than usual. Mrs. Dow and daughter Mrs. Brocket* and Mai-jorie, of Forest City, visited at the A. L. Spooner home last week. Mrs. Prlscllla Schaeffer accompanied them home Wednesday for an extended visit. Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Benedict drove to Ocheyedan Sunday to visit at the home of their daughter, Mrs. E. R. Meyers. They .stopped at Silver Lake for a day's fishing on their way home Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sandell and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Standley, of Boone, spent Sunday at the Grant Jennings home. Jeanne Jennings, who had spent two weeks at Boone came home with them. Daniel Reed, Bazota, III., and the A. O. Reeds, Oblong, 111., are visiting the C. H. Browns at Corwlth nnd the A. L. Daggys, Lu Verne. Air. Reed Is Mrs. Brown and Mrs. ]>,iggy's father. Mrs. F. I. Chapman, Mrs. J. L, Llchty and Mrs. Irvin Chapman attended n shower in honor of Miss Ethel English at the home oc Mrs. Hugh Hermali in Algona last Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Barbara Strelf, the John Duersts, the Robert Streifs were dinner guests at Edwin Marty's last week Tuesday. They left for their home at New Glartis, WIs., Wednesday. The Methodist Aid met at the City hall last Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Henry Neime.ir, Mrs. Grover' Rentz and Mrs. E'J.i-1 Neal, hostesses. A large crowd attended. W. 13. Mason and Jennie attended the County Mall Carriers meeting at Lakota last Tuesday night. They also visited at the George' Thompson home at Ledyard. The Presbyterian Aid meets this Wednesday at the country home of Mrs, George Frantz, Mrs. Marx Schwyter, Mrs. w. Hunt assisting hostesses. Trnadwell Robertson and Scott Swisher are visiting at the Mrs. Geo. Hanna home. Treadwell will spend the vacation here. Byron Jones attended the carrier salesman convention at Des Moines Monday which is sponsored by the Register & Tribune. The Good Will club meets with Mrs. Elmer Emory Thursday, June 18. Mrs. Carl Swanson is assisting hostess. Miss Maude Aldrich, of Row r an, spent last week with her friend Leona. ,Ramus. The George Brownlewee family, of Holmes, visited at the B. Joiles home Friday. Mr. anil Mrs. Fred Legler visited friends at Osage last week. AUXILIARY AT LONE ROCK IS COUNTY HOST Lone Rock, June 16—The local unit entertained the county Legion Auxiliary June 10 at the schoolhouse. Mrs. F. H. Webster, of Al- gomi, county president, presided at the meeting. The program preceding the business meeting consisted of a reading by Margaret Gladstone entitled, Bobby Shafto, and two musical numbers by Roy Leeper. The different units then gave reports and other business was disposed of. Following the meeting a lunch was served by the local unit. There were 87 registered. Mncumbers Have Visitors— The F. E. Macumbers are enjoying a visit with their daughter Lillian, and her husband, the Linwood Pierces of Bastrop, La., who arrived here last Thursday. They came as far as Mason City with Mr. and Mrs. William Meek and Mattie B. Harper, who were on their way to a convention at Minneapolis. Mr. Meek is a Probation officer and Miss Harper, health nurse. They left Bastrop a week ago Sunday, and spent half clays at Memphis and Chicago, On their way home they will go through the Quarks and also stop off at Chillicothe, where the Pierces both attended college before their marriage. Bancroft is Defeated 8-C— A large crowd attended a Lone Rock-Bancroft game at Bancroft Sunday won by Lone Rock 8-0. Lone Rock was ahead G-2 till the eighth inning, when an error by Catcher Brooks tied the score G-0. In the first half of the ninth Sharp and Krueger brought in two more scores. Zack Ryerson struck out five men and Sims four. Lone Rock will play at Algona Sunday. Twelve attend C. E. -Meeting— Twelve young people from here attended Christian Endeavor at Clear Lake .Saturday. Besides the Rev. Mr. Gladstone i n attendance were Grace and Alice Angus; Russell, Dorothy and Vern Dacken; William Hobson, Mainerd Genrich, Ronald Christensen, Beulah Gladstone, Vera Morris and Margaret Gladstone. John Sprank I'nder Knife— Mail Carrier John Sprank was operated on at Mankato hospital last week Tuesday morning- for appendicitis and adhesions. Mrs. Sprank and children and Anna Flaig drove up Sunday to visit him. Vacation Bible School Starts— The daily vacation Bible school started Monday with the! .Rev. S. M. Gladstone, Evelyn Blanchard, and Lillian Angus as teachers. Other Lone Bock. Edward Kerr, of Los Angeles, called on old friends here Monday. He is still on the postoffice force. He and his wife, who \vas formerly Rose Nemmers, and Carver Smith, of Burt, drove back in four and a half days. They expect to visit till after the Fourth of July. George Button took Mrs. Lillian Worthington and daughters. Hulda and Edith, to Mason City, whence they left for joliet, 111., Friday. Edith is taking nurses' training at the Silver Cross hospital. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Blanchard and sons Gordon and Eugene left for Detroit Saturday to visit the John Flynns. Mrs. Flynn and children expect to return home with them to spend the summer. Mr. and Mrs. August Krause and Mr .and Mrs. Herman Krause, of Fenton, toe Robert Padgett family, of Algona, and Herman Leudtke- were swats of the William Krauses Sunday. The Rev. S. M. Gladstone, Lillian Angus, and Evelyn Blanchara attended the dally vacation, Bible school for one week at Scrariton. They returned Friday. Mr. arid Mrs. Lawrence Dlttmer drove to Ames lost week to get the former's sister, Mrs. L. Morris, of New York City, who arrived to spend the summer. Myrtle Hanna Is taking two 4-H club girls, Beada Kollasch and Rae Koealer, of Burt, to Ames this week Wednesday to attend the 4-H club state convention. Mrs. Bmil Laabs goes to Los Angeles this week to visit relatives. Mrs. Laabs has not been In good health for the past few months. Mrs. Ralph Benjamin and son Jackie of Portland Ore., came last week to make her home here with her father, W. A. Cameron. William Ffaig drove to New Sharon this week-end and Pauline Lewis returned with him for a few days visit here with friends. Mrs. R, J. Edwards and children, of Pipestone, Minn., came for an extended visit at the Roy Jensen and Joe Elvldge homes. F. E. Macumber, Mr. and Mrs. Llmvood Pierce and the Robert Dransfeidts visited the Grotto at West Bend Sunday. Mrs. Charles Guiles, Des Molns, and Oscar Warner, Fenton, visited at the E. M. Hawks home Saturday evening. Delmar Fisher and mother, Mrs. William Fisher, drove to Ogclen Saturday morning to visit the latter's mother. Mrs. A. D. Bilsborough and son Russell, of Algona. are visiting at the Mrs. Lillian Worthington home this week. Mary Anne and Maxine Flaig and Donald Ackerman spent last week at the Mrs. Glair Ackerman home. Ed Robertson, who has been working for the W. J. Cottons all spring, returned to Melcher Saturday. Barber 1 Otis Sanders was ill last week Wednesday night with an attack of kidney stones. The Ernest Jensens returned Sunday from Des Moines after three days visiting relatives. Frank Flaig attended a blacksmith convention at Spencer Friday and Saturday. Mrs. Elizabeth Jensen, of Graettinger, spent Sunday at the Jensens. Russell Sharp went to Dayton Monday where he will haul gravel. James Murphy went into Chicago Saturday with stock. GHILDRENS DAY BREAKS RECORD ATIRVINGTON Irvington, June 1C — One hundred and five persons attended the Children's day exercises and Sunday school here last Sunday. A special collection of more than $15 to be sent to national missions was taken up. The program follows: Hymn, congregation; invocation, the Rev. A. English; Welcome, Austin Summers; exercise, Shirley Roney, Adella Lemkee, Marjorie Rlley; recitation, Welcome, Paul Miller; recitation, God is Love, Betty Miller; song, Star class; exercise, The Little Things, Ten Primary children; recitation, I Wonder, Roland Thornton; recitation, What Boys Can Do, Ronald Sabin; song, Star class; recitation, Especially Children's Day, Jack Schulz; exercise, The Bible Garden, six intermediates; exercise, Ella Harr and James Lee; song, Mabel - ine Miller; recitation, The Flowers Party, Helen Lemkee; recitation, Arvilla Hudson; duet, Albertha and William Boldridge; recitation, A Lost Word, John Miller; song, Star class; recitation, Grandma's Garden, Betty Lemkee; recitation, Share His Blessings," Harold Sabin; recitation, A Child in a Garden, Anna Mae Harr; hymn, congregation; recitation, Summer Days, Mabeline Miller; recitation, Life's Weavers, Helen Schulz; recitation, Does It Pay, Rosetta Barker; dialogue, The Decision, Elsie Egel, Edith Curran, Effie Egel, Josephine Lee, Ruby Koepke. • flees Stlnj? M. L. Honey — M. L. Roney was stung several times Saturday while he was setting out water for his bees. They were apparently in an angry mood, and swarmed about him, stinging without provocation. The same afternoon a large swarm flew over Robert Spurgeon, who was plowing corn on tlie Roney farm, and many of the bees, in passing settled on both the team and 'Robert. Luckily they did not do any stinging. liernard Fraiikl Going' West— ; Bernard, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Frank), arrived here Friday from Omaha, where he had completed his first year at Creighton university. He was to be here several days before going west to spend the rest of the summer working for an insurance company. Bernard has purchased a. new car and will drive it. Elmer Dole to Locate— Elmer Dole, who was to have returned from Pine City, \Mlnn., to Irvington with his family and do auto repair work here, has changed his plans and will either locate' at Rochester, Minn., or Mason City. He has been offered good jobs at both places. His parents here have not heard which he will accept. Jobs are Scarce in West— In a recent letter Vaughn Schichtl Irvington boy now at San Francisco, wrote that he is one of few fortunate persons there wit,h a job. He also wrote that if his plans materialize he will start flying next month. Vaughn went to California nearly a year ago' with aviation In view, Family Reunion Attended- Mrs. Harry Willit, Dee Moines, arrived last week Wednesday to spend a few days at M. L. Honey's. Sunday morning, Mr. Roney, accompanied by Mrs. Willit, drove to Grundy Center to attend a reunion. Mrs!. Willit was to return from there to Des Moines, with relatives. Missionary Tea Tomorrow— The annual missionary tea will be held this week Friday afternoon. White Cross work will be done, The first division will be hostesses.'Only 25c will be charged for supper. Other Irvlngton News, Mr. and Mrs. Seward Thornton spent Saturday night at Emmetsburg. They report Mr. and Mrs, Frank Thornton back, after several days with Mr. and Mrs, Glen Thornton, Masc-o CUV. Who are parents of a girl, born about two weeks'ago, Virginia Schoby iwas chosen by the Lone Eiagles, of Rlverdale, to represent their club at the recent convention at Ames. She was accompanied by Mrs, J. M< Patterson. Mrs. Charles Sankey and her.son Bert are spending several days at Redwood. Falls, Minn., Vtstlng Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ballard. They also plan a short fishing trip. Mrs. William Gronbach has recently been suffering from an Infected ear. Fred Dole has also been on the sick list. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Decker are parents/of a girl, born Saturday. The Deckers now have three girls. Mrs. Jos. Willielml, Bancroft, and her daughters Beverly and Maryln visited Friday at V. J. Schichtl's. Mr. and Mrs. James Love, Garner, are spending a few days at J. M. Patterson's. The Frank ' Skllllngs, Algona, spent Sunday at Robert Spurgeon's. The Embroidery club will meet next week with Mrs. Walter Barr. THOMPSON MAN IS KILLED ON HI0H LINE TRANSFORMER •Lakota, June 16 — the tfarold Pieces .went to Thompson last Thursday after learnlfig ot a fatal accident In which Chas. Schjittle- worth, manager of the elevator, who was also "trouble'man" for the interstate Power company, had been electrocuted. He had climbed upon a.transformer at the sub-station to put In a fuse when a connection was made and he died Instantly. The body was terribly, burned. He leaves a wife and two children. Cresco Mi\ and Mrs. J.- L. Gerber left June 5 for a week at Peorta, 111., and another week at points In Indiana, besides 'which they are spending this week In Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Runchey entertained their son Charles, of Garner, and his family over Sunday. B. F. and D. D. Sparks were at Los Island last week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Olson spent the latter part o£ last week with relatives at Pipestone, Minn., and Emmetsburg. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Clayton and Jean Louise accompanied the William Runcbeys to Clear Lake Monday to visit the Ward McWhorters, who have bought a home there. Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Soloman, of Spencer, their son Merrill, and Mrs. Stella Sabin, Algona, were callers Tuesday at Harry Sabin and C. L. .Hiserodt's. Merrill was having a vacation from his duties at the Spencer postoffice. Mrs. Ed Wildin, her son Chester, and Messrs, and Mesdamee L. R. and D. S. Wildin spent Sunday with the elder Mrs. Wildln's sister, Mrs. Ida Jensen, of Duncombe. There was a g-ood-sized attendance at an Aid meeting last week Wednesday at the home of Mrs. D D. Sparks. Next Wednesday evening there will be a pie and ice cream social on the lawn at William Runchey's. Coffee and sandwiches will also be served. The Oliver Bakkens spent a week ago Sunday at Peter Halsrud's Bradgate. Orville Bakken remained there and Delpha Halsrud came here for two weeks of visits with the rest of the Bakkens. Rena Bakken recently had her tonsils and adenoids removed. Mrs. G. C. Stewart has been entertaining her sister, Mrs. Cora Virgin, Mrs. Virgin's daughter Thelma with the latter's husband, Merwin Foots, Lincoln, Neb. The Footes left Sunday for six weeks at Minneapolis. wanied WantAd* WANTED — CATTLE TO - PAS- ture.—.1. F._Hoflus. 10p40-ll FOR"RENT—DESIRABLE HOME, close In.—F. W. Dlngley. Sutf FOR~ SALE—LIGHT TEAM OF horses.—Inquire at Advance office. 10p39-10 FOR SALE—DUCK FEATHERS & good icebox^, cheap.—Mrs. G. F. Towne, phone 379. 13U40 LAST HATCH FRIDAY, JUNE 10 —Order your Leghorn chicks -now, —Wellendorf Leghorn Farm. 13p40 ANTED^TmFnf-LB. AVERAGE heavy type spring chickens' by July 2!—State's Cafe. 13u40-42 NOTICE—I WILL NOT BE RE- oponslble for any debts contracted by anyone but myself.—Floyd Riebhoff. 10740-41 REGISTERED DUROC SOWS, bred for August and September far- row at 7c per lb.—H. S. 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They liked it" tne evenings as a social drink, at dinners a Help to digestion, at night as an aid to sleep i 13 . i „ * v\j • y \j\jk 411 jVUHc I Brew. And few have ever tasted an old- time brew as good. Don't Spoil This Joy The coupon will brin/y^u^wo bottles with the £yy lments> Ma U ^ to US, an4brjng back SPECIAL BREW EveiySoOieCertifted tA.D.c«.,,!s}(j W BOTTIBS "nw'f. Mall the Coupon tot I will accept withy, two bottle* ol A Name, City ' Kosstmi ~ v *. Newspap Entered as Jecember 31, »t Algona, of Second- siajj "08, at the .Iowa, u n <i er March 2, ,.,, B. Quarton QUAHTON 4 Phones: 4 Off, C6 427 , ^ Iowa. J - I- HONAll Attorney. at . Uw Office Iowa state n, , flee phone 4GO-W * j *.. '. W. Sullivan L - E ' Llnnan Attorney s .at. Law Phones: Office, 261- j w ' B. Me. 403. ' ' r. P, Harrington Attorneys'-at-Law "bones: Office, 287; T. p Office over lown «tm ?bone213-W. ' ate I- D. Shumway 8HDMWAT ft nKLli . Attorncys-at-Lav, i Phone 68 ° e '" QU ' nbjA H Algona, j ~ •. J " A. WIJfKEl Attorucy-ntaaw I Office In Quinby Buwwl Phone 180, • Doc'jioBs" M. .T. «ti ' "* »ti-nf Jit H I Physician and Surgeon'L Offices over James drug stow I merly occupied by Dr ' Phone 300. C. H. CIIETZMETEB Physician and Surgeon Office In John Galbralth Phonea: Office 310, res. . I* V * • « •< •• il U Klf J|» JJ t . Physician and Surge* Office on South Dodge Phones: Office, GGG; resic Algona, Iowa. WALTER FRASEIVSul Physician and Surgeon Office in Quinby Bldg., Phone No. 12. DH. IV. I). ANDREWS ifeteopathlc Plijslclnn and JJUL Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat} X-ray. Office over Hub Recreation 1_ Phones: .Office, 187; resldenct| j CHIROPKACTOBS . H. J. THISSEX Palmer Graduate Chiropra v rhlrteen year's successful pra, Office over state's Cafe VETERINARY I/. W. FOX Veterinarian •West State Street, Algoni| Phones: Office 475-W., res. t BUILDING CONTBAC COWAN & SON General Contractors. Estimates Furnished, "hones: Business, 639-J; GEORGE L. SIIILEB General Contractor, Estimates furnished. *10 S. Podge, Algona, la. PnQMJ MACHINISTS NORTON MACHINE WOI •'" Machinists and WeHen. Service stock on Piston R and Bearings, West of Courthouse. PhoM| PRODUCE SWIFT & COMPAM Cash Buyers, Poultry, Eggs, and Hld» j Matt Lamuth, Mgr, Phone 264. I>SURANCE K088UTH COCNTI MlUj. INSURANCE A8SOCUTWI] Over IIB.000,000 worth of ( !n force, A home company. Mcure. J. O. Paxson, -,-_!__,_ _ ' • THE ALGONA INSUBANCH AGEffCT ' 0, R. Lm Barre Al Fil Reliable Ins. Servlc* Phone 55. City Property Loans. Farm I Insurance. Real EsWJ CUNNINGHAM * , 107 W. State St. Algol* I — ————— JOE GBEENBEBO Ne^and used AutoW»'| Tires and Accessories. Hides, Pur and Wool Algona, low*. MODERNE CUBl SHOWffl Pnone 68, Fenton I Frederick Vita-Tonic Perm^jJ Finger Waves and Ma-"° All other beauty PIANO TUNINO J. C. Colburn, Timer 30 Years Experience. ,,Military Band Ins*. Wj| Service «""«'**M or Phone 642, MIMEOGRAPf

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