Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 23, 1931 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 23, 1931
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OY8 BEAUTY SALON" -u' 't'l'i ,, ,• • ';' left tot the new Beauty Shoppe which opened-. Alton A, Hotel. The name was submitted by Al&on*» ttnd\wn» chosen by disinterested • par,. Of BBACM CULTU11K. jttfclP OIL PE'RMAtfEST $10.00. 'fcHEWON WAVE, «8.50. "WAVE »8.W. SUE MORGAN PHOHE 187 - '- "•• ' - ?5;: ^ 1 1 17 ll*f :neral and Kelly iuS. ADVANCE, ALQONA. 1QWA Jr. and Mrs. L. C. Nugent. Mrs cartons Instead of paper sacks and Dr. R. A. Evans left Tuesday or Rochester, whore he Is spending his week attending a Mayo clinic. Mrs. P. V. Jiinse returned Friday venlrm from Fort Madison, where she hud spent a mother. week, with her u* before you buy: Tires Polished jpUitei and non-shatter glass, while you wait. 'guaranteed' or money '• GREENBERG We will be aisle to furnish you any kind of roasts i,(oW meats for threshing.; BEEF. STEAK — 28c BEEP BOAST __17c ' PORK 1 (ROAST ——_ 15c We als0_]have a full line of groceries, canned Is, vegetables, which helps to make your table plete.- ' ' "'•''.•' ' ' ;;>y ; 'f Ellis Runchey PHONE 287 lute's GROCERY I FRIOAYfAND SATURDAY SPECIALS K.'iret Mtddlotnn, Ktigle CJrove, last .week Wednesday for SBV ral days with her iUtnt, Mrs. N. :. nice, Mrs. Sam HiHlrlok nnd her children moved to Mason City, where Mrs. Hcdrlck Is employed at the Crystal Cafo. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wright attended a Hankers Life convention at Miuson City and Clear Lake Mon dny and Tuesday. Mrs. Gordon Kuhn, her children find her brother, H. R. Glum, 13m- metaburn, left Monday by auto for Ada, Ohio, to visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. M. 15. Worster Mrs. Cum, Virgin, Helen Cook, nnt LeHoy DlttHworth spent last Thurs day sit the Okobojls. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Twogooi returned lust Thursday from Sioux City, where they hud spent a wee with Mr. Twogood'R parents. charge Horachol Ellsworth and Geoi-g Ban wart will leave in the latter' car next week for a tour to point In Missouri and on to New Mexico. Florence and Leon Dehnert re turned last week Wednesday from a month's vacation with relative at Chicago, Decatur, 111., and Clinton. F. C. Zender, of the Zender & Galdwell store, Is taking a two weeks vacation from his duties at the store, and is spending It at home. Anton Stroll; his daughter Mary, and grandson, Jack Strelt, went" to Oelweln Saturday for a several days visit with another daughter, Mrs. Maurice Cullen- Doctor Morse, head physician at the.Adventist sanitarium at Nevada called briefly on friends here Mon day. He was en route to Ruthven on a professional call. The G. W. Stillmans went to Dol liver Friday to attend a reunion o£ the Stlllman family. -The elder Mr Stlllman used to be-connected wffh a Dolllver bank. , Clara Reynolds, deputy dlstric court clerk, and Dr.'C. D. Schaap spent Sunday at the, OkQbojls guests ot Doctor Schaap's parents who hall from Sheldon. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Young, Rock well City, and Mrs. H. L. McCorkle Algona, are spending this week a Clear LaTte. Mrs. Young and Mrs .McCorkle are sisters. Mrs. Thomas Wagoner and Janic left Saturday for Bralnerd, Minn where they ar e spending two week with-the'family of a deceased sis tor of Mrs. Wagoner. Theo. 'Chrlschilles drove to Exce sior Springs, 'Mo., last Thursday, and was expected home yesterday with Mre. Chrlschilles, who had "been in a sanitarium there. Dr. F. L. Tribon, his daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Leeftlnk, and her baby left Monday by automobile for Mountain, Wls., where Mrs. Leef- tlnk lives on the Tribon farm. The D. H. Goeders family, spent Sunday at Spirit Lake and the Oko- bojls', and Mrs. Eugene Keiiler, Ea- therville, accompanied them 1 'to Al gona for a several days : visit. A. E. Kresensky drove 'to Flah- dreau, S. D., Sunday to bring home Mrs. Kresensky and the daughter, who had been with Mrs. Kresensky's father, Giles Pettlgrew, a month Richard Sherman arrived Sunday from New York City to spend two weeks with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Sherman. He is on the | editorial staff of the Forum maga- Tlie Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Skelbred,. Wynamere, N. D., stopped here last week Wednesday .to visit the Huen- •hoias. Thex were en route to Eagle Grove. A sister of Mrs. Huenhold loblnson and Mrs Nugent, who are Delta iOammn sorority Sisters, S-tended the state university at the ame time. The Rev. p. J. Braner, Trinity iJvangellcal Lutheran pastor who :ame .to Algona from Lu Verne a ew months hgo, reached his 41st birthday anniversary Tuesday, and n honor of .the event the family picnicked at Mrs. George Elbert, Mrs. Eugenb Keneflck, and the latter's children, Tim and John, went to the Oko- bo.1ls Friday for a two weeks vacation. They have n cottage near the Inn. Mrs. C. M. Frane will spend several days with them. Mr. nnd Mrs. L. B. Lawton, White Bear Lake, Minn., arrived Saturday to spend, a week or two with their daughter, 'Mrs. P. A. Dnnson. Mr. Lawton holds a responsible position with a railway express company at St. Paul. June Adel A man and Verona Benson returned Sunday from Spirit Lake, where they had visited Mr. and Mrs. George Good, June A'del having been there since last week can be taken Into the theater. The sacks were objectionable because of notee which interfered with hearing the talkies. Mrs. J. S. Auner and her daughters Josephine and Margaret got rtomo Friday night from two months at San Megd, Calif., where Mrs. Auner's parents live. They reached Des Molnes last Thursday and spent the day with Mr. Auner's parents, Dr._and Mrs. J. F. Auner. J. S. drove' to Des Moines Friday and brought his family home. Lettle Brace, Waterloo, will re turn to her duties as clerk in a ready-to-wear store there next Sunday, after two weeks with her mother, Mrs. Julia Brace. Mrs Louisa Wolf, Seattle, Wash., visiting relatives here, spent the week end, with Lettie, and Mrs. Brace and Lettle spent yesterday with Mrs. Brace's son, W. E. Brace, near Burt. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Osterbauer Ottawa, 111., their two children, and Mrs. Osterbauer's brother, Cletus Wednesday, and Verona, a Sister of Mrs. Good, all of last week. Mrs. Raymond McCorkle Is in the shoe department at the Butler, Chicago, arrived last week Algona Tuesday, and Mrs. Hoffman, Hargaretj and Mr. Hentges visited Mrs. Karl Hoffman at Dr. C. J. Scahlan's. Mrs. Hoffman is the mother of Doctor Hoffman, Ban- Croft, and Mr. Hentges Is his uncle, and their mission here was to make the acquaintance of the new Hoffman baby. Monslgnor Pape and Mr. Hentges attended services at Bancroft yesterday In which Father Flsch received the title of monsignor. . . •• ,. J) Mr. and -Mrs. Victor Young, Rockwell City, and their two children, came Sunday for two weeks with local relatives, Mr. Young, who Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Young, of Plum Creek township,. Is an auditor for the Standard Oil company. The Youngs are at present guests of the H. L. Me- Corkles, Mrs. Young and Mrs. Me Corkle being, sisters. The Youngs and Mrs. McCorkle and.her HttU son went to Clear Lake Tuesday for a week with another sister, Mrs. R. E. Hofer. Mr. Hofer is manage! of an oil station at Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dau, .Still the Christensen store during absence of G. D. Brundage, who with his wife is spending .this,,week with relatives and friends at different points about the state. Catherine Doran, nurse at the Dr. W. D. Andrews offices, had her onslls removed by Doctor Andrews iKt Thursday, and has been at ome recuperating, iphilomena Quinn substituting at the office. Supt. and Mrs. J. F. Overmyer eft Monday afternoon for the Oko- jojis, where they are visiting Mrs. •\ S. Norton at her co.ttage. Mr. ivermyer planned to spend several days there, and Mrs. Overmyer will visit Mrs. Norton a week or more. County Treasurer and Mrs. H. N. tCruse left Saturday for Iowa Falls to attend the annual Iowa Baptist Assembly, of which Mr. Kruse is treasurer. Next Sunday will be Algona: day, at the assembly, and there will be no services at the local church. Monday, and visited L. M.'H. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Osterbauer, till last Thursday, when they wont on to Aberdeen, S. D., to visit another brother of Mrs. Osterbauer. They returned Monday and are spending this week here. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bohannon left by' : cttr yesterday morning for their home at Schenectady, N. Y,, after six weeks with Lloyd's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Bohannon. Lloyd is May Ward, who .has charge of .the ready-to-wear department ,, of the Christensen store, will leave Saturday for her home at Cameron, Mo., where she will spend two weeks, and meanwhile Mrs. C. H. Williams will be in charge ot the department. Mre. Margaret Hofmaster and Mrs. Margaret Martin, of Clarks- vllle, spent last week at the Oko- bojls. The two drove to Nora Springs yesterday, and Mrs. Hof- In the employ of General Motors. He had a month's vacation, but be- 'cause of hie father's recent stroke he was given another two weeks. The elder Mr. Bohannon Is reported up, but not yet able to walk. The R. W. Caldwella have returned from a ten day tour by train to the Yellowstone national park, Denver, Colorado Springs, Pueblo, etc. They spent five days in the park. Mr. Caldwell says the west Is exceedingly dry, with no crops at many points. He returned con vinced that whole states In the west are hardly worth an Iowa farm so far- as agriculture is concerned). Laurence Mlsbach and'Fred Clark Jr., so n of the Rev. and Mrs. F.. J Clark, left Tuesday for Iowa City where the former' is-'taking me'dica I water, Minn., spent a day or two here last mid-week. For. many years Mr. Dau was engaged in the general merchandise business In Burt. Then he farmed near Stillwater, and he and his wife still live .on the farm, though the work land Is now rented out. Mr. Dau is .one of the, sons of Christian Dau, a well' known Kossuth pioneer Wlv lived between Algona and Burt. Mrs Dau, who was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Alpheus Johnson, ii a, sister of Mrs. Jos. Cosgrove, Al gona, and Mrs. Frank Thompson; Lone Rock. H. H. Hudson, familiarly knowr n Algona as Hal, arrived by auto mobile last week Wednesday with his wife, son, and daughter, to- spend a few days with his aunt, Mrs. B. F. Reed. They : left Tuesday for Wesslngton-Springs, S. D., -to visit Mr. Hudson's father, Henry PERMANENT WAVE SPECIAL! Our Regular $10.00 Realistic Croqutgnole Wave f 7. for one week beginning Monday, July 27 LONG OR SHORT HAIR NEW HATS MEAN JfEW OOlFFEUHJBH Something different must be done with your hair if you'wijar. the new fall hats. A great revolution has taken plane In Millinery, and it is going to affect not only the shape of our heads but our ty.pen.aB well. > Beauty and the mode are both In a perilous stage of transition. Right now Is the time to consult Mrs. Dallcy and find out juit what should be done with your hair. Y-ou should have her help oh. proper makeup. COOLEST BEAUTY SHOP IN ALGONA WATCH FOR OUK SUMMER SPECIALS MARIGOLD BEAUTY SHOPPE I Big 4, 27c white, 32e nkless, Ib. __ wies, Big 3, I pitted ,. Maqaroni, shell, 2 Ibs. ____ 15c Certo, per bottle 23c Potatoes, 15-lb. peck ____ 33c Jar Rubbers, the best, 4 doz. '___ master, who once lived there, looked after business matters. Mre. Martin went on to Clarksville. Mrs. F. H. Predericksen, Great Falls, Mont., and her son Dick, who are spending the summer with Mrs. Frederlcksen's mother, -Mrs. E. C. Dickinson, went to Humboldt Friday for a week with Mr. Fredericksen's mother there. Mrs. Fredericksen was Helen Dickinson. Mrs. James Biggins, Fort Dodge, and her ' granddaughter, Mary. Catherine Cain, went home Monday, after a visit since Friday with the latter's father, Marvin Cain, Milwaukee, 'railway postal clerk. Mary Catherine makes her home with her grandparents at. Port Dodge. The Fred Skinners stopped .here unday to visit Fred's parents, laving Monday for Lake Wabedo, rlinnesota, for a ten day outing, ac- ompariled by Mr; and. Mrs. E. J. kinner. Fred is now in the em- Icy of the insurance department f the state of Illinois at Springfield; Mrs. .Rose Hefty, Renwlck, eu- ered the Kossuth hospital for sur- |eal. treatment Friday, -and 'Mrs. Charles Jergenson, .Brltt, became u patient the same , day for medical reatment.; Mabel Olson entered.'fhe toepltal 'Friday ": for medical . treatment, 1 and Earl Neunuuv 18, Saturday. treatment at the' '.university hos pltal. They were to' - -visit Iowa State college, Ames, en route home Fred plans to enter Am es this fal to continue a course in-civil engl neering begun at the Oregon Stat college, Corvallis, Ore., last year, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Stebbins drove to Iowa City Friday, and spent the week-end with their son James Eugene, patient at the state university hospital. He has-been there since mid-June, recovering from tonsil and adenoid operations and receiv- lives at Wyndmere, Lowell Gene Hancher went to Nevada Monday to visit with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Hayes. Mre. Hancher will drive to Nevada this week-end, and will return -next week. The Rev. and Mrs. P. J. Braner, accompanied by their son Erwln and Emmett Beard, motored to Corwlth Sunday evening, and the boys attended a ball gam^ there between Algona and Corwlth. _ Mrs. Wayman Cloason and her Tmby son are spending this week wit* Mr. and Mrs. A. J, Hertig. Mr, Closson -brought them here. Sunday. He •operates a grocery and meat shop -at Mason City. . G A.. TJlvestad, Mansfield, went home Monday, after a 5f It's Easy to Order by Phone Just give WB ft meat order wtli ed* ing it thai, way. *no: in a short time your e to you as you expect- a lot o.f time an4 gas 4o- , PORKROASTS, IB, 18C AND 20C »* -*, Fresh Ham Eoasts, Ib.- I*"'.' O. visit since Friday with his sister, Mrs A D Adams. Mr. Ulvestad is sales manager for the Ohio Textile company at Mansfield. ; M J Pool goes to Sarona, Wis. next week to Taring home Mrs. Pool and the children, who are spending ._ jj* **• •Onnl'a no v AntS a month with Mrs. Mr. Pool la ma-nager of Boteford lumber yard. Mr, and Mrs. Walter Pool's parents the local Christie , . Denver, and their daughter Barbara spent the week-end with the Rev Fred J. Clarke. They were en route home from a visit at Conrad, traveling via the Black HIUs. Marion Todd, Iowa Falls, spent Marion xouu, »»....-——. "• Sunday here, the guest of Philomena Quinn. She is a registered and makes her home with her nurse. Falls father J C. Toda, at Iowa where she te practicing ™ r The Stanley Bragdons, <* Grove, spent Saturday and Sunday with the H. C. Hanchers. The CchersVmerly lived at Eagle Grove where-Mr. Bragdon Is manager of the light ftnd gas company, Mr, and Mrs. Q. D- Brundage and their daughter are spending W« week with relatives at Montezuma * Waterloo. Mr. pmndage is the Nichols & Green *t,the- Christensen ' ana Mrs. Victor Hertig and Victor's' sister drove to Minneapolis came ine-half hours, „,,.. ••—-• wl? Chicago, drove to •Spending a week tUW? wltb W «ev In! Mrl Joseph Stwte, parents of * their _ _ MAT; ing treatment for diabetes. Mrs. Perry Thompson accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Stebbins to Iowa City to visit her daughter Doris, also a patient at the hospital. Dr. and Mrs.' L. G. Baker, their son, with Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Stewart, and Mrs. Baker's mother, Mrs. Mary Lucas, all of Kanawha, spent Sunday -at Fairmont with the D. D. Gooflnows, of Hutchinson, Minn. The Goodnows once lived here, and MT. Goodnow was in the employ of the : Swift company.. They went to St.Taul, but are now at Hutchinson, •where'Mr. Goodnow is selling 'insurance. Mr. Goodnow's mother lives at Hutchinson. •County Supt. and Mrs. William Shirley, their son, Dr. Hale Shirley, St. Louis, his. wife, .the Shirleys' daughter, -Mrs. Harry Winslow, Annapolis, Md., her husband and baby, the son, John Shirley, and Geraldine Tjewis, Dubuque, are spending two weeks at the former Jos. W. Wadsworth cottage at' the. Okobojls.- They are expected home next week Wednesday. Mrs. Merle W. SchAvletert is at the -.-.. -. while Mr. away. Hudson, who with another son Is farming. The elder Hudson had a grocery store here 30 years ago Hal, who has been In Florida six years, publishes the Titusville Star Advocate. He Is Immediate past president of the Titusville Rotarj club and made up attendance here 'Monday. He is president this year of, the Florida weekly • newspaper -as s Delation. Geo.' A. Baker,' 84 and still spry arrived Saturday from Coloradi Springs to visit his old Wesley friend, Fred Anderson, and other old-timers here and Wesley. He was a cousin of George Lawson, first husband of. Mrs. Susie Gray, Wesley. In an earl-.- day he and tht late Colonel Comstock had a. general store here. Then Mr. Baker sold out to Mr. Comstock and started a store at Wesley. Later he moved to his old home at Oconomowoc Wis.; thence to Kansas, and finally to Colorado. He has three daughters, all married, one In Oklahoma, two In Kansas. A spinster sistei who lived at Colorado Springs died a year ago. Mr. Baker stopped here on his way to Oconomowoc. Matt Lamuth, his sons Edward and William, his daughter Eleanor, and Betty Barry came home Friday from (Birch Lake, near Grey Eagle Minn., where they had spent three weeks at a cottage. Mr. Lamuth, who is manager -of the local Swift plant, reports the fishing only fair. superintendent's office and Mrs. Shirley are Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Eaton, -of Duncorribe, went home Saturday, ' er a visit islnce last week "Wednesday with the S. J. Backus family. Mr. Eaton, who is a brother of Mrs. Backus, Is a highway commission imploye. May Kunple, of Charles City, was a week-emd guest at the Backus teme. Mrs. C. R. LaBarre, her three children, Marcella Kellner, and Wtrs. J. N. Mellne, a sister of Mrs. left Tuesday for. Lake Mills, Wls, to visit another «ister. Mr. LaBarre will join them later. and Mr. and Mrs. LaBarre Trill then leave for a tour, • the children remaining with their aunt Mr. and Mjrs, Harvey Jngham, with Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Ingham Jr., their three aone, and WHliam Ingham, all of whom are temporarily at a Clear Lake cottage, were riere Tuesday, 'and thie senior Ing- lams called on Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Sullivan. Harvey jr. and his family now live at San IMego, Calif. Slgrld Strom and her brother Roy, who arrived Saturday fit-am Brawley, Calif,, went to the home of their parents at Ehnore Sunday, Sigrid, who clerks at the Qoeders store, returned yiat night, Boy, who Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred. Resseguie, maha, and their year r pld daughter Joan came Saturday to visit till Monday with Wilfred's mother, Mrs. T. H. Holmes. . Mr. 'and Mrs. Resseguie and Mr. and' Mrs. Howard Alexander, Des Mpines,. with a couple-from Omaha, are spending this week at the Creecent" Beach hotel, the Okobojis, and Joan is meanwhile with her grandmother, Mr, and Mrs. THdlmes. will take...Joan to the Oko- bojis Sunday, and ftie Resseguies will leave thence for home, Mrs. D. N. Hoffman, her daughter Margaret, Frank Hentges, and Mon- slgnor Pape, 'all of L,e Mars, drove to has a three months vacation from his duties, as bookkeeper for a fruit company in California, remaining there. Th.e Call opera house pop corn "canteen" reappeared a week ago, after inactivity for ayear more or ess. Genevleve Hartshorn is in charge. Popcorn is being sold in 6c BAST TEBM8 SEJIVICB His largest catch was a ftOrlb. wall eyfed pike. The . party spent two days at International Falls and Ft. Frances, Caifada. Father T. J. Davern spent a few days with the Lamuths at Birch Lake; . This is the • ,1,8th successive summer, that the Lamuths have visited Birch Lake:. Mrs. Lamuth, who had a severe heart attack last winter and who \s, now recuperating, was unable to accompany the family this time. Lola Burrell, former Algona high school instructor in civics and government here, spent Saturday' in Algona, calling on old friends here. She, received her master's degree In sociology at Columbia University, New York City, a. year or so ago and now conducts a psychology and sociology clinic in the Franklin school, Rochester, N. Y. Pupils, who are not doing satisfactory work, are examined In the .clinic to discover the reasons and needed rem'e-. dies are applied. , Miss Burrell is remembered -as the teacher who staged a mock republican national convention In the local high school at which Harvey Ingham was nominated for president. She is a, sister of Mrs. Ammon Lease, Wesley hardware dealer. Personal Loans-Milch Cow Loans INCREASE YOUR DAIRY HEItD WITH OUK MONEY—Dairy loows assure a regular monthly Income. We win loan money on your present herd. or furnish the funds t<» purchase additional (COWS, WE LOAN MQKJEY ON PERSONAL PROPERTY—Money to be used for any purpose, Perhaps your car -is already financed and the :payment6l are too large. It Is easy to reduce theee monthly payments through our plan. Call at our office or write us for full particulars. THE INLAND FINANCE COBPORATION .First door North of Io\va State Bank. ALGONA Phone 55. IOWA CORNER GROCERY AND MARKET Week-End Specials 4-B Prunes, ? Ib. pkg, ,.,. 9|o Fresh G)nger Snaps Z B>.s. 85c No. 10 can B«rtlett Pears 63c No. 10 Prune? . W" Spectal Prtees on All No, 10 fruit for Peanut Butter, quart 88p Macaroni, 4 for ,—18c Catsup, 2 for , 86c Sardines, 1 Ib. can .-8 for $>c Salmpn; % Ib. can 8 fo* J86c 4-B JeU Prod i pkgrs. >9p We are ready io take your threshing order for 9, njee Beef Boast or ft»y gther Cre^h meat«. r- We carry a fuljf }toe of seasonabje fruits and •>, If you wanji foo4 cpttee try e«r , we u.. ,,-„;-;,• Baby " ^ , f f ^ -r- Y t ',. * ~ «W*~ -** H5~^> *" ' ffiySvi?. A> '* v .' *?, .. Vr'S- i'l-* OVER BLOOM'S STORE PHONE 803. KOSSUTH COUNTY FURNITURE BUYERS DO KNOW FURNITURE VALUES This has been proven many times in the past week at RICHARDSON'S by the way they have taken'' 1 advantage of the SPECIAL. LOW PRICES ON PTJfc,,, ENTIRE STOCK. ,,k, , • • (mi t The disposal of this fine assortment of furniture^ ' ! is made necessary in order that we may have ro/jni for ;p .the complete remodeling of our store front and. shc-w rooms, work on which is to begin August 1. r \ , These special low prices-will continue through* out the balance of, this month, and while much of our ' stock has already~b'e%ri'>8Qld we still have a good-assortment to choose from. ^ ' \-^.^ If in need of anything in the furniture'or-.-floor, covering, line either now or in the near future it will- pay you to investigate these unequaled values. '"'' Richardson's Furniture Co. WHERE FURNITURE SELLS LESS ,\\\\\VN Like a Hole in One's Pocket If you have hens which are not good egg producers, you may be losing more money every day than if your quarters and dimes and nickels fell through a hole in your pocket and rolled away. Cull out the non-producers'early. Make every hen pay for'her keep. Remember, it costs you no more to feed money-makers than loafers. ' By helping our farmer patrons make more money, this bank helps itself also, and the whole community. ftossuth County State Bank Algona, Iowa s^\\\\\\\>a i ^t^l 1 *M •$ 5?! An Opportunity Not to be Overlooked 88 BEGINNING THURSDAY, SINE BIG DAYS r Till Saturday, August 1, Everything Gogs 25% Discount PICTURES HANGINS8 / ,*,£ ,-«. . .-> /" v • tf-fM T^1^^€l?|f^ ',4k~'^l» •- --'^.m^jM ',»!»•

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