Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 16, 1931 · Page 10
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,'„ S "">','" ' j;"'./ ^v^vl'kV*^ ('''*' ^ '* ' PAGE TEN WEED SPRAYING DEMONSTRATION GIVEN ATS, C, ,Swp,a City. July 14 — Mr. Darby, of the Chiiivnnn (Uiemlcitl company, Chk-HHO, WHS in the oonnty Monday afternoon with OIIP of the rorn- pany's Kivrny trucks. Tills company niiUu-s a business of contract weed spm.vins. haviiiK :i In rue pro portion of railroad contracts. The railroads K re changing from the practice of burning weeds to the use uf chemicals. A demonstration took place neat Swea City in wliich dusters were shown for upplriiit? dry I'tileium chlorate. KJS.O small knapsack sprayer, with ex'.ension hose, which could lie used ( ,n roadsides or small patches 'wits demonstrated, as was also the .sj.irjiy boom. 11 Ions pipe on the rear of the truck, carrying a number of rtozzles which can bt- used to cover a 10-l't. strip at a, time. A'urioti? sizes and types of nO'/zles were shown for line on large or small plants and on various kinds of we'-Hls. Sodium chlor.itu, the common material for spraying, is considered more inflammable after drying- than is calcium chlorate. Neither is poisonous :o livestock like sodium arsenite, fiirmerly used by railroads. Many loon! farmers ami landlords Surprise for the C. C. Knudsens— Mr. and Mrs. Chris C. Knudsen, Algona, wore pleasantly surprised Sunday, when relatives and friends gathered at their home to help them celebrate their 25th wadding anniversary. A picnic dinner was served on the lawn. In the afternoon the "bride" received a bridal bouquet of pink roses and babybreath and a boutlnlere of the same flowers was placed In the "bridegroom's" coat lapel. A short program of music was fol- are finding' pood use chemicals . on limited areas and have become interested in Uit> various kinds of chemicals and spray equipment found practical in other fields, anil this spiny truck gave many of them an excellent opportunity to see the types of equipment in action. Juniors Will Ball The Swea. C'ity Junior ball team lias had great luck all season. Last week Tuesday the boys played Bancroft at Ledyard for the Emmet- Kossuth championship and won E-l. lia.st Thursday they played Britt at Titonka. At the close of the seventh inning the score was 2-2. but in the eighth the locals ran in four scores, and the game ended C-2. Puyiit pitched most of this game. The hoys played Lone Rock Friday at West Bend, and won a shutout, S-!>. This week Tuesday they are 10 play Madrid at Eagle Grove in finals for the Tenth district championship. lowed by presentation of gifts. Each guest received a piece of a large wedding cake, cut and served by the "bride." The following persons attended the event: Mr. and Mrs. Rasmus Jenson, of Ogden, Anna and Paul; the I. AV. Nelson family, Lone Rock; Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Swanson, Guthrie, Minn., and Ernest; Mr, and Mrs. Soren Didriksen, Britt; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Peterson, and Earl, the George Hoiens, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Spongberg and Carl, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Kain and Alice, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kain and Katherine, Mr. and Mrs. F. AV. AVehler and Mario, A. Madsen, L. C. Hanson, Mr. and Mrs. Beyers, and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Didriksen, all of Algona; Knudsen Nelson and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johnson, all of Ringsted: the Rev. Mr. Milne, Clear Lake: Herdls Myland, AVithie, AVis.; Ebba Jenson and Christina Knudsen, Cedar Falls; Rasmus and Michael Pedersen, Mr. and Mrs. Nels Pedersen, and Marie Knudsen, Forest City; Misses Mar- and the Modern Beauty Shop, Terre Haute, Ind. Fnrcwcll for Mrs. Torkcl Hill- Mrs. Albert Oranzow entertained 12 guests at one o'clock luncheon Friday, honoring Mrs. Torkel Hl.l, who leaves early next month Cor Story City. Bridge was played, and Mrs. Wille won the high score, Mrs. Hill winning second. Mrs. Hill received a guest prize. Other guests Included Lillian Oranzow and the Mesdames M. P. Christiansen. T. H. Holmes. Jr., Charles Barrickman Irvln Seeman. Samuel Medin, Ben Hyncls, R. F. Perry, William Uiggenbers, and H. M. Vlnson. Anderson Family In Reunion— Mr. nnd Mrs. Anton Anderson entertained their children and the lat- ters' families at 7 o'clock dinner last week AVednesday, and it was the first time in seven years that the family had all been together. The guests were: Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Gust, .Mobile, Ala.; Mrs. C. W. IRVINGTON CAR IS DITCHED DY TIRE BLOWOUT Irvington, July 14 AVIlli.s A'essels and —L. Elmer and several com . , Simmons, daughters Jean and Jane, Lu Verne; Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Anderson, Eagle Grove; Holman, of Emmetsburg; and Everett, of Algona. Alva Sonnerholm, Lake, was also a guest. Crystal Lmkotn Shower for Algoiiian— Mrs. 1. E. Wortman, Lakota, entertained at a miscellaneous shower last Thursday afternoon In honor of Irma AVlmleil, who will be married today to lames B. Altwegg, Lakota. Bridge was played, Mrs. A. C. Schlssel and Mrs. L. J. 'Need- and her gifts, after which refreshments were served. Mrs. Irma's sister, ham winning the high scores, the honoree then unwrapped garet and Dorothy Knudsen, Carl Knudsen, Algona. and Withama Are 48 Years Weil- Mr, and Mrs. F. A. AA'itham reached their 4Sth wedding anniversary Friday, and that evening, in honor of the event, their son, E. C. AVit- ham, and his wife, of AVhittemore township, entertained members of the family and a few friends. The Addie Seymour and Mrs. P. 'P. Zerfass, Elevators S»l«l to (|un,U»'r Oats- The Quaker Oats company has bought the two 4?wen City elevators formerly owned by George S. Livermore. Mr. Livermore entered the grain tujwinttis hero in 1SS7, 34 years ago. He formerly lived here, then moved to Fairmont, but continued to operalf the elevators till two years ago. since when they hav been cWe£ part of the time Frank Thomson, who had managec the Farmer*; elevator ten years bit WHS succeeded recently hy Jame Elder, of Hobarton, has been en gaged as manager for the ne\ owner. Schools Schedule Approved— E. 'H. Parsons, superintendent •elect of the Swea City schools, wa here from Bode one day last week t attend the July meeting of the board. He presented a schedule for the coming year, and it was accepted. It was decided to separate the eighth grade from the high school, with Lola AA'ylam, who taught the .seventh grade last year, as teacher. Judicial Ditoh in, Minnesota— There is to be, established what is called in Minnesota a judicial ditch In East Chain township, across the state line, to be known as Ditch No. 115. Tins borders Kossuth on the north, and many of the affected property owners are well known here. The cost is to be $34,000. It has been many years since a ditch of this -sort has been established. both of Algona, attended the shower. Two Bridge Parties Given— Mrs. F. E. Kent and Mrs. R. H. Miller entertained 12 women at the former's home last Thursday, and the high- bridge scores were won by Mrs. H. M. Hauberg and • Mrs. H. L. Gilmore. Mrs. Kent,. Mrs. Miller, and Mrs. D. R. Steele were hostesses at the Country club clubhouse Saturday at a breakfast for 36 women. The high scores at bridge were, won by Sirs. Thos. o'Haire, Mrs. C. H. Crete- meyer, and Mrs. H. M. Hauberg. Elizabeth Scholjy 1C; Party- Mrs. C. K. Clark entertained a pantons were participants in an accident near the R J. Skilllng home early Monday morning, when the car 'in" which they were rldlngr went into the ditch and tipped over. The accident was caused by n blowout The occupants were bruised but none badly hurt. The car Is -report ed wrecked. Elmer and AVIlllf who formerly lived a few miles'east of here'with' their father, Cut moved south with him some months ago, have returned. The house on the farm where they formerly lived burned down last winter, am the boys are camping oyt and plai to find employment here. Many Make Sunday Visits— • Ira Hudson, employed at the Ro: Butterfleld farm near Hurt, , spen Sunday with his parents here. Law rence .Deckers spent Sunday at th William Rutledge home, and th Robert'spurgeons spent the day a Frank Skllllngs, at Algona. Las week Tuesday Mrs. John Luclwicl and Helen Dole, Garner, and Mi- Robert Dutton, Algonn, visited a the Fred Dole home. Mrs. Ludwlc and Mrs. Duutton are sisters of Mr. Dole, who was recently ill, but' Is slowly improving. Out-of-town Visitors at Honey's— Mrs. Sarah Clapp, daughter Mrs. Howith, Los Angeles, Calif., and Twenty Years Ago Advance, ,1 illy 110, Iffll. Tltorliifrtoii street agreed to go ahead roslrtcnla had with paving Whether or not State was paved. A ew property owners on State .llminlc Phone 3B7. had Mocked a council move for paving. R n ^ w pafsortage. Residents on Call and McGregor vere making n determined canvass to line up both streets for paving at .he same time the Thorlngton work tvas done. Advocates of paving predicted that State street would . fltlll be a wallow, of mud when residence streets around ft were paved. t t t A Snnifny bull gnmp ot Ringsted had resulted in the arrest of several under a' blue law statute, and trial was to be held before Justice of the Peace Matftfe. The defendants were Editor M. Manger, of the Ringsted Dispatch, Cashier J. 1«V Pfterson, and Assistant Cashier J. B. Hansen, of the Rfngsted State bank, W. M. .Kivfcwootf, elevator agent, and tf. ti. Gardner, druggist. They engaged Sullivan & McMa- •hon to defend them. TTie charges were preferred by tfte Rev. Mr. Johnson, - Methodist mfnfster who had Induced Mrs. Laura Gammelgaard to file complaint: The case was attracting great interest in both Emmet and KossutFr counties. t t t . Grasshoppers threatened 1 .crops In ••'i i * * ^ . .11, , Siirt 'hncl gelded &8i\V<Sen 26 afld SO, buihels to tfce acre, ^htf .Tdh Bat field near Bun Hee apt afire b>> spni'ks from n. North' i-n Weight engine. THe train crew and farmers fought tile blftiie till it was extinguished. t t t ',, Hugh Hniioy wns taking a, weeks vacation from bis duties at the bangdon & Long grocery store. Ur. V. A, Sm»ll<> Had offered $2000 for the Methodist parsonage for ,u«e as a home for the district superintendent, which post he then held. The church trusftes were ronsider- Ing accepting the offer and building — >. i r • — ^^ —• C A L L t t t advertisements The "The were as aMMng then as now, heading of a half page said, Peacock Is a beautiful bird, but the stork delivers the goods!" We dubbed himself "The Irish Jew.-" | WANT ADS SLEEPING ROOMS, CLOSE-IN 1 .— AV ANTED—PRACTIC A L NtTRSINCJ or work by -day.—Mrs. Jeunnette McMurray, phone J>27. FOR RENT—FURNISHED LIGHT • housekeeping rooms.—Mrs. .T, H Riddle, 202 E. College st. elder Mr. and Mrs. AVitham 'have six children, five sons, and one daughter: E. C. AVitham; Howard, enant of the F. A. AVitham farm In Vhittemore township; Claire, of ,'olga City; Roy, of Cedar Falls; larry. of Minneapolis; and Mrs. rlyrtle Vinins, who lives with her campfire group at the Shelter House nirents. There are 20 grandchtl- Iren. Mr. and Mrs. AA'itham were mar- 'led here in 18S3 by the Rev. Mr. llass, then the local Methodist pas- or. 'Mr. AVitham was the son. of the late Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzo AVit- lam, who lived in AVhittemore township, and Mrs. AVitham, who was born here, was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Chase, who farmed in AVhittemore township. The couple had lived on the farm 3G years when they moved to Algona', where they have lived ten years. The AA'itham farm is known as Orchard Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Clapp, of Boone, visited last week Thursday at the M. L. Roney home. Mrs. Sarah Clapp Is a sister of the late J. B. Robisou and came with her daughter from California to spend, several weete with her son Elmer, of Boone, and. other relatives. Mrs. Howlth is a music teacher in a Los Angeles high school. Visitors Here from New Mexico- POPULAR PRICED STUDIO — 1 photos, lOc. Films developed reas onably.—Over Steele store. _ FOR SALE—ONE NEAV 125 FT., inch drive belt, also one 125 ft. inch drive belt.—McEnroe Bros., Al gona. Mr. and Mrs. John Wtieelock, Al and . various parts of Iowa. A cloud of them had passed over Al'gona. The Advance said: "The peo-ple- of Northern Iowa were craning necks yesterday about noon to- observe vast swarms of grasshoppers' which were passing over the country. 'They flew low and the shimmer of their wings could be seen plainly- By those who stood In the shadow of some building, and looked upward 1 just past its edge. It was the first time that most citizens of the state 1 had 1 ever witnessed such a ijneTn>me>- FOR SALE — REFRIGERATOR good as new, capacity 100 pound? —Mrs. VS. J. Turnbaugh, 335 Sam pie street. 15p4 Kooler Air*. Codling.. Northwest Iowa's sumilief resort. 'MATINfiJES! , Sunday—1-8 o'clock, Tuesdays-Thursdays, 2!30. \ Saturday, 1:30^3:30 Thursday.und frtitny; July 1« * \1 Thursday mat. 2:30. Prices, -10-30c. A STORY OF \OUB MOD EKN MARRIED CHILDREN DOROTHY MACKAILL HELEN WARE JAMES RENNIE in ."Party Husband" More fetchln' than "Illicit. 1 The drama of a girl 'who wae 'rno«Iern"—un^il the other woman trf«t to 1 take'away her husband. Something: new In 'stories! non." t t t gona, and- Mr. and Mrs. Zinc daughter, of Roswald. N. M., called at the 31. I*. Roney hora« Friday afternoon. 'Mrs. Zinc ia : a, sister of Mr., Wheelock. and Is a neighbor of | ,rj ew - e . The town was on Burl Roney, of Roswuld. Mrs. Zinc ^ a p rO p 0se( j Intel-urban FOR SALE—A FEAV NEAV -spread ers, wnpons, and 'hoses, and new steel wheel/ truck wagons. Also a few good used spreaders and ^ one good 'used gijng Bros.,. Algona. and Monday, July 10-20. FHILLIPS HOLMES SYLVIA SIDNEY NORMAN FOSTER —In—" 8ATUJIDAY BIG 5 STAR l!30 and 3:30 m CLIVE BROOK BUDDY in "The Lawyer's! A throbbing story you 'our own. The thrill oC mystery, the J t suspense. - 11 Is a lawyer a human be! A allot in the nK' Also Big Comedy -. July 2:30 matinee, 194 Donald Ogdcn Stewart's" ling drama plow. — McEnroe 30u44 A street car was shown on BUrt's- main street in new trick at the Ambrose A. Call state parlc Saturday in honor of her niece Elizabeth Schoby's ICth birthday anniversary. The afternoon was spent at cards and games, after which refreshments were served. A color- scheme of yellow, orange,, and green was carried out in table decorations and 1 at lunch. Out of town guests were Martha Dewel, Muskogee, Okla., and Dorothy Hosier, Ames. is In ill ha-lth and will go from here to. Rochester. .Minn... to go through the climb an-d possibly take- treat- Algonu Youth is Benedick — Saginaw, Mich., July 7 — Evelyn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. >I. Trogan, of Saginaw, and AVillfam H., ments. son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Norman, Algona, Iowa, were married in the Rectory of the Holy Family church by Father J. B. Supernant today at 9:30 a. m. They were attended by Carmela Trogan, sister of the bride, and E. H. Norman, brother of the bridegroom. The bride was attired | Van Ice Cream Tomorrow Jflght— Th-e- Plum Creek Farm- Bureau will hold its annual ice cream social at Mr. and'Mrs. H. J. Bbde's tomorrow, night. Homemade cake will be served. A short program will include a play and instrumental and vocal music. The play will be given by the members of the FOIUT Corner.s club. The patronage of the public is invited. Spurgeon- irr 5Hiwouri-p- The Robert Spurgeons recently had a letter- from. Alva. S'pui-seon, who is now at Mexico, 3to. Alva writes that he i's now dump' boss in- a grading outfit. He likes- Ms work and 1 does not pihw oiv. returning'- here. Alva left here- fbir the south last -fall'. He makes: h fe- h-om-e- with his uncle Kor. a brother o£ the late Win- Spurgon of this-- vicinity; _ Plhey \V*>«'c1s Singers 1 at Owner— The AVm. Boldridges drove to Garner Saturday evening and enjoyed' a concert given by a groupi of FOR SALE — 3-GAL. ELECTRIC coffee urn, Coleman Air-O-Gas 3- burner stove with attached oven, • I'SaTV 3TodeI A Ford coach, used dish- ex; Targe cooking utensils miltable for tliresiVer-s.—Call at Dehnert ho-, tel'.. 31u44 Tim: jwtycus AT HASH'S PARK poKtcard'. wlir fin comlircfed nil tins following the line schedule Hie balance of Hie season: railroad 1 . On Tuesday nlg-hf, Old Time diincu, 2Sc' Co> alTf ThnrRday night, Modern diniw iren'tTeinen 50e, laitlps free. Hememlier tills Is th« sniooHiest ami l»est floor" In Mi« county and the Dull' fc fresh ant cool ut, all times and' Hie music- Is Hie best to be had. A't tlii- stimd! ywr get pop at 5c, malt lOc, clfrirretg loc, nnd everything: el'so 1 at' "liartf times" prices. For irood' Hint' afti'itiT thPSR dances. Tlic Dickinson Relatives In Get-Together •Mrs. E. C. Dickinson entertained Senator and Mrs. L. J. Dickinson, the Senator's mother, Mrs. L. D. Dickinson, his sister, Mrs. T. A. Ness-, • Mason City, her hus- and daughters Winifred and •Weavers Home from Mndison— •The Rev. and Mrs. B. L. Weavei and their daughter Gail returned from a two weeks vacation trip in to Wisconsin. While Mr. Weave was on the- vacation he took advan tage of a 10-day scholarship at th 1'niversity of Wisconsin in a rura life course. Mrs. Weaver and he daughter took a course in dramatics New Man at Moat Market— " Harry Bixby, formerly of For Dodge, took possession of the Bur meat market Monday morning, hav ing leased it for a year. This sho was opened a few months ago wit Karl Nagle in charge. Mr. Nagle is undecided about what ^to do. Mr. Bixby will bring lite family here A.ugust 1. ' Group Attends E. L. Institute— The Rev. B. L. AJ'eaver and his family, accompanied by Sidney Hutchinson -and Kenneth Seylor, left Monday for the Methodist campgrounds at the Okobojis to attend an Bpworth League institute. They have one of the Weaver cottages. roses. After the ceremony a wedding 8nrpr i sc for wlllard Gregson— reakfaat was served to the bridal Mrs wfllard Gregson was hostess arty, which included Mrs. E. H. Saturday evening to 45 neighbors 'orman, at the Gratiot Road Inn, anfl Qther frlenda ag a birthday sur- ollowing which the newlyweds left m . ige party j n honor o f Mr.. Gregor points in northern Michigan. BQn The evening was spe nt social- The couple will live at Ardmore j an(J a lunch was ae rved. The Okla., where Mr. Norman Is head lerk for a Swift & Co. branch louse. loretta WInkel Is Hrlilc In Sunday's Des Moines Register appeared the picture of Loretta Adelle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. lacob Wlnkel, Union township, who i married June 10 at Tampa, Fla., to Joseph B. Waters, Tampa. The marriage took place at St. Peter's church, Tampa. event was a complete surprise for Mr. Gregson, who knew nothing, of it till the guests arrived. boys- from .Finer Woods;. ISCissi. EaiT Burlier Earl, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Barker, Lamberton, Minn., was recently married. The couple will make their home for the time being with- the bridegroom-!* pareratav Earl is well known here, for he has visited' relatives here several times- Oth«r Irvington News. Mr. and Mrs. Peter AllbriglVt, of EVelora. were callers here one day last week. They were en 1 route home after several days- on se fishing trip. Mrs. Allbright is a sister of Mrs. Stanley Meyers, who with her husband, formerly lived on the place now occupied by the V. J. Schichtls. The Sleyers are nw\- pn Tire trick cards were selling-fast:. t t t TTie "Tennessee Rats," colored baseball team, were to play a- local" teftm at the fair grounds. Aljfona fans sttll looked with favor on colored teams, following the experience- of not many years before with- tire Brownies, a baseball aggregation' which spread the town's name throwgh-ont three states. Iowa Blues t t t nlR'lit, July- Iff. C'. T. CFinbb had been named president of the Algona State bank to succeed A. D. Clarke. Mr. Cliub'b Trad been cashier. H. C. Adams-was- named 1 vice president, P. W. bingley cashier, and Howard Beardsley assistant cashier. t t t A nrlfnr hy Attorney General Cossom h-eld 1 that all county surveyors were out of office, a law which' became effective July 4 Having abolished' the office. It had' been Beli'eved' that unexpired terms would! be served out. Instead of county surveyors, county engineers-were to be appointed by the boards of" su- play Thursday 98p44 pervfsore. t t t The Her. A. B. Eomd'tretJng church Alexander- was; services om the Mrs. AA'aters accompanied aunt, Mrs. George Zanke, Chicago, to Tampa two years ago, and when Mrs. Zanke came home a year ago Other Society. GVIelda and Rita Dooley entertain- en a group of girls at a. picnic at the Ambrose A. Call state park Monday night in honor of their ~j I cousin, Katheryn Kennedy, of St. Paul. The Cresco Embroidery club will her I meet with Mrs. A. .1. Brown next week AVednesday, and roll call will be answered with current events." a farm near Eldora. The Missionary society meets this Friday afternoon- at the church. church lawn during the. hot weather. t t t The masonry of the .new County Savings bank building had' Deen nearly completed. A large- stone block in the second story front had" fallen one day .that week, the cement used to hold it in place not GERMAN REMEDY STOPS 30-YEAR CONSTIPATION "For- 30 years; i had a bad stom- aclii and' constipation. Souring food from 1 stomach efiofced me. Since takihgv AdleriTca I am a new woman. Constipation is a thing of the past."—Alice Brants. Mtost remedies reach only lower bowel'.. Thatt,,fo why you must take them--often. But this, simple German' remedy. Adlerika washes out BOTH upper- and lower bowel: Ii brings; out an gas and rids you o: poison- yrou would never believe was in your system. Even the first dose will suTpi-fise you.—E, AV. Lueby IDl-usg'&t ©JNFESSKM OF A 60-Etf TALUILAH WHI CLIVt Shockingly likable. For eight years she's b°«i | Ion's idol. Love is what she wanl?- vlth luxury! The charm every woman t she's got. Screen's first modern college dramatic etory. From her.Intimate ;nersonal.diary Girls, boys, and college. Tw;o men wanted her. Also Well Bulsneei Program Thursday and Fridav, Juts !l| Over the top to Stardoi DOUGLAS FAIRBAM ROSE HOBART HOLMES HER in "Chances" Better than "Dawn : Hell bent for nowhere, anl| ing the most of even Devil may care.cannoneer,I • Thrilling drama of the w,J Saturday, Julj J* Hoot Gibson's best outdoor | "Wild Horse 1 "- EV. LUTHERAN TRINITY, P. J. Loretta remained to clerk in a. store. jj nul c r> pastor—Next Sunday: Sun The- new Mrs. AA r aters is a graduate of the local high day school, 9:30 a. in. fessional service, 10; English con regular Eng- school, and she attended the I. S. T. C., Cedar I lish d i vme services, 10:30. Because Falls. She taught in both this of the ce iebration of the Lord's sup- county and In Johnson county. Mr. pei . the Beaching service starts AVaters Is manager of a tea room in ear i y . Announcement for the Eng- having "set." t t t llr. B. ,T. T^alrd, batallion ad'jutant and A. F. Dailey, quartermauter, attending an encampment of IGth regiment of the at Fort Des Moinee. that thol Harnum & Bailey's circus 1 Trad t H» olub 1 would "meet with drawn big crowds from Kossuth to M^A J. Br^^uly"^I.' The Mason City and Fort Dod"^ The statemtt In not -correct, howe'ver,| We.sley Milwaukee agent reported and the club will meet with Mrs. that he had sold 186 tickets to' Ma- Brown next week AVednesday. I son City. % Aid met last Thursday afternoon ... , T T , T , „ , . , at the annex, with 20 in attendance. . Five Al(fOi»a bachelors had rented The afternoon was spent in sewing a cottage at the Okobojis and were quilt blocks, and ice cream and cake spending a week at fishing. The were served by Mesdames Rutledge party consisted of J. L. BBnar, L. C. and AVlekwire. Hanson, Earl Vincent, Herman Cassie, eldest daughter of Mr. and Hauberg, and Dr. W. E. Kain. Mrs. R. J. Skilllng, and who is em- Theo. Herbst was "mascot." the large department store in which Loretta works. urewells for Departing- AVomeu- at a farewell party Friday after loon at the Legion hall in honor of Mrs. F. H. AA r ebster and Mrs. H. A. Reimer. The program consisted of: piano selection, Ida Halpin; vocal selection, Mrs. AV. S. H. S. Assembly l{«deeoruU'd— The high school assembly room is to 'be repainted and new curuiint. are to be hung. Floors throughout the building are to be repaired will mastic material. Druggist Winter Consults Mayos— Druggist H. T. Winter is at Roch ester, where he is going througl the Mayo clinic. His sister, Mrs> Denton, of Titonka, Is with him. communion may be made Saturday at the parsonage. The Sunday school teachers will meet tomorrow evening at S. The ______ ( _^ ..... = ^ __ _ ___ The Legion Auxiliary entertained l n Communl0n wln be held a week from Sunday. Lee; reading, Helen Morrow. BLINDED BY LIGHTS, DRIVER HAS ACCIDENT— Fenton — While he was driving home late Sunday night, Arnold _ _ Atter I Han.telmann, going north, was blind- the'program Mrs. AVebster present- ed i,y t v, e lights of an approaching ed Mrs. Reimer, who is president of C ar, and when he turned out to the local Auxiliary unit, with a past pass ] ie plunged through a bridge president's pin, and Mrs. Reimer one-half mile south of town, and responded. Mrs. G. D. , Brundage t i, e car came to a stop against a then presented Mrs. AVebster with pas ture fence, badly damaged. Mr. and the an Evershai-p pencil and pen, the honoree responded. After presentations a social hour followed, and refreshments were served. There were 35 women in attendance. Hontelmann, who was alone, escap- with minor cuts and bruises. ployed ac Washington, D. C., arrived here last week for a few weeks vacation with her parents, •Mr. and Mrs. Jess Bedell, of St. Paul, visited a few hours Sunday. They returned immediately to Mankato, whence they went to Pipestone to visit their daughter. The J. M. Coxes and the Barl Millers spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Frank McDonald at Sac City. Mr. McDonald and airs. Cox are cousins. Heleji, second daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Armour Lemke'e, is spend-1 ing several days at the Charles j Bonnet home ut Amboy, Minn. The Rev. A. English ipreachled j Sunday on. The AVorld as a Two I Edged'Sword. The text WLLS taken] 'from Hebrew- 4: 12. t t t A Chinaman looking: for a location for a laundry had visited Algona. t t t • George Kuuouff, Milwaukee mall clerk, had moved to Algona from Mitchell, S. D., and his family was settled In the Brun'son flat. , t t t Oats ou the James Stow farm at Other Swea City. The Charles Edwards family and the James Kuchynkas drove to Boone. Sunday, and the Edwards family visited a brother of Charles, while the Kuchynkas visited relatives of their own. The William Thompsons entertained Mrs. Thompson's parents and sister from Plover, the Lester and John Haglunds, Lulu Huglund, and Robert Haglund Sunday. ' Richard Berg spent several days last week at Des Molnea, where he went through a clinic. . Lu VeVne Man Injured. Lu Verue, July 7—William Ramus Jr. suffered a 'badly sprained and bruised right foot a we>«>k ago Sat' urday, wlien a wotorcyete <j» which he and Ma brother here Ajpthuj City \srere, Hoveys In Family Keunlon— The Hoveys had a family reunion at the Ambrose A. Call state park Sunday. A picnic dinner was served at noon, and the rest of the day ,s spent at visiting. In attendance were Sheriff and Mrs. L. E. Hovey, Algona, and a son; the sheriff's father, A. E. Hovey, of Badger; the S. A. Hoveys, also of Badr; the Edwin C. Hoveys, Swea City; K. M. Hovey, Creston; and the Arni'e Hoveys, Inglewood, Calif. There were 24 persons in attndance, and 14 of the 24 were grandchildren of A. E. Hovey. Kew Beauty Shop Sue Morlan, eister of Mrs. Bert Deal, is opening her new beauty shop under the Algona Hotel today It has been papered In a floral design with a white background, an<J the booths have 'been rearranged. In an advertisement elsewhere in today's paper Miss Mprlan Is asking suggestions for a juusie tor the ghop. The B«r»W» suhwUtlng the best najpe by »#&t Monday evening wtJJ receive ft-frep Mlas Morlaa to ft gradu^e o| . For Service Hot weather is hard on wearing apparel Dry Cleaning Will keep your garments in good condition and you get longer and better service. Modern Cleaners The Future in the Distance— - Grief mellows with the passing years. The monument may become a shrine of tender memories. What tribute to the <ie- partec} is more fitting, more adequate, than a memorial in Rock of Ages granite, the finest and most enduring of monumental materials. Let us assist you, in the .of ajq, niiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiuiuiiiiiiiHiiiiiuiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiit By Popular Request THE ANNEX First door east of Chrischilles and Herbst's, formerly occupied by Roupe gn WILL POSITIVELY REMAIN OPEN EVERY BUSINESS DAY IN JULY- The tremendous success of the opening days at the have convinced us that folks.like the idea. Remember all quality merchandise—no junk and plunder "imported! profit, .but a regular "clearance" of Chrischilles & Hl | merchandise at rummage sale prices. A new idea — * f July Clearance Sale "stunt" that work*. Hundreds of delighted customers thronged the Annex week, so we will keep the store open every businew y _ July. New bargains, new price .reduction* Be on hand W 1= your share. Chrischilles & Herbst i . Here Are Some Sample Bargains; All silk dresses Wash dresses fast colors __ Ladies' better wash dresses Ladies' fine Spring coats Misses' imitation Cur jackets __.,__ 85c FOB $3.95 $1.65 98c $4.95 $5,00 Sweaters and {suits jj| * •Uwjieg' a»d r child's all wool sweaters louts' Apparel,sweated &.»£ ends of laces, o ty± play suits,

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