Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 16, 1932 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 16, 1932
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' i ' ''.-* « '*, "* ''i; **n»M Clinic HeM 'A, tohWl otinlc was held Friday at Doctor • Corbln's office. Doctor Chase, Port Dodge, performed the i children month* 1ln rs , B we^^^r Tha AftVANCB. ALQONA. IOWA face and arm milk bottle. Cuts from a opera- ( il|»e/ Carrlersfo Frolic— Billy and Bobby Chapman, Regis- er paper boys, and their parents at- ended the annual Register frolic at 3ea Molnes Monday. GO Fishing ID Minnesota— Charles iLlch^y, W. Scott Hanna, ahtt Al and .Mllol Mller weint to northern Minnesota on a fishing trip one day last week. Talking Picture In Tent— Tfhere was a talking picture show In. a tent near Moedlng's garage Friday and Saturday nights. Other In Verne News. Mr. and Mrs. William Moedlng had as Sunday. v guests Mrs. Moedlng's par. tew exceptlon 9( ,,memt>ers ot f Good Will Club turned annual picnic at the ground* Sunday after- yaa one of the best par- 1UU has ever held, The day i and the crowd numbered WweH shaded gf ounda, and a , of home-made cooking with '„{ home-made Ice cream and W -trawberrles, added to ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Skow, their daughter, Phyllis, and Laura Hansen, Htlmboldt, and the Harry Chrlatenaens, LuVerne. Mrs. J. B. Hunter, Tayloravllle, Ind., who had vlalted here, went home .Friday. She was Daisy Griffith, The Rev. Dr. Walter, M. Irwin and his Wife,-Oak Park, Chicago, arrived 'Sunday for an extended visit at the S, F. Phillips • home. . t*Mrs. Marie Brummond* has returned from a week at the ; H.''Brummond'3, Jake And Kanawha. Mr. and Mrs. Burdette Agard are Visiting at the parental Davis home, Iowa City. The Albert Schneiders nave gone to Hereford, Tex., for an extended visit with Mrs. Schneider's people. The Herbert Smiths have returned from a visit at their son Hoyt's, Dexter, Minn. The Frank Krauaea, Renwick, were Sunday guests of Gus. Kr.ause and his daughter Emma. SEES CATHEDRAL MODEL BUILT OF MATCHES BY BOY Union Twp,, June 14 —Maud Schenck, .Minneapolis, writes that she and her mother recently saw a model ten feet tall of the cathedral of Cologne made of millions of matches. The builder, Hans Swaboda, a Ger- mart boy, Is now 21 years old, and It took him four years to do the wof'k. He is now exhibiting it in cities. The Schencka did'not see Mr. Swaboda, for on the day they called he was at Chicago making arrangements to exhibit his model at the Century of Progress exposition there next year. Former Farmhand Is Soldier— . Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Zanke and the latter's brother, Lewis Larson, Titonka, with his family, went to Shef- OAUGHT ;MORE II WEDS field last week Sunday to see a regiment of 300 soldiers enroute from Fort Des Molnes to Fort Sneiling, St. Paul. A member of the regiment Milton Wroe, formerly worked for both the Zankes and the Larsons. The Zankes were greatly Interested to see the soldiers in line with mess kits and to see other features of sol* dier life. Mr. Wrbe enjoyed-a,picnic dinner with the Zankes and the Larsons. ' / Stray er Teacher Is Hired- Lena Bennett, who taught .the 'Strayer school, Burt township, last year, will teach the same school next year. She had 12 pupils, and one ot them, Alice Ezra, successfully passed county eighth grade examinations. Special features during the year in- Whlttemore, June 14—Anna Zlta Cullen, popular former Whlttemore girl, and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Cullen, was' married June 3, to Joseph Maurice Benie, of Dearborn, Mich., in St. Augustine's Catholic church, Richmond, Mich. The Rev. Father Edwin Schrauder performed the ceremony, saying nuptial mass, with the choir furnishing the music. The groom's attendant was his brother, Renle O. Renter* and the' bridesmaid was Blandld Cullen, of New York City, sister of the bride. The 'bride was gowned In a floor length creation of shell pink net over taffeta, hat ot shell pink horsehair braid, white kid gloves and slippers, and she carried a shower bouquet of white roses. The 'bridesmaid wore a gown of peach net over taffeta, with hat and slippers in 'blue' and carried talisman roses. The groom and attendant wore oxford-grey..., After the ceremony guests had 'a wedding breakfast at St. 'Clair Inn at St. Clalr, Mich. Among those pres- cluded a May and program a picnic for mothers at the close ent were Mr. and Mrs.. Ed. Foley, of Hill, Eagle Grove, is daughter 1 , Mrs. Clar- , Stripling- •' » In Country— j Woman's Mission- held "i'tV'annual picnic at the .Thome of Mrs,,PaurBlumer 'Thursday. After ,the program fdlnner was served on the lawn. Id the society,, the Mission "Anna Wolto, superintendent, Little Heralds, superintended Mrs. Blumer, gave a program. 's day exercises at the Ev- church were well attended iy morning, and a free will of- ; for missions amounted to *54. [.LnTerne Boy Held Up— lOrbln Hagist, Chicago, formerly ,Verne, was recently held MP as he 8 going home .from a Saturday ,hfs work at a grocery store. He 'j driving on a back street when a' stepped on his running board i demanded money. Orbln started [argue with him, but,when three thugs appeared and-he was I with guns, he let them have his money and < his car keys. lere were eight or nine robberies [the same vicinity-that week-end. licence's Father^ Better— |The Rev. A. J. Koonce., and his rally, recently called to New Castle, f, because of the serious alckness the pastor's father, write |at the father Is ' slowly gaining, i the trip east, almost 1200 miles, s Koonces had only thre flat yres, [within 30 miles of.New Castle-. Rev. Wm. c Campbell, 'Des Inn, occupied Mr. Koonoe's Pres- Jterlan pulpit Sunday, and the Rev. Walter Irwtn,. Oak, Park, Chi- Mrs. Jesse vlsitlngV her ence Krauae. The Martin Lothrlngers, Moorland- visited'the Charles Wolfes Sunday. Carmen Wermersen is visiting the Wayne Dornbergers, Minneapolis. •William Hamilton, of the Fort Dodge Messenger, was here Friday. GRACE WITHAM IS BRIDE; 4 CORNERS GIRL WED JUNE 1 .Four Corners, June 14—Grace, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Witham, and Herbert Schmellng were married June 1 at 10:30 a. m. at the the Baptist parsonage, Algona. Attendants were Gladys Schultz and Lester Schmeling, the bridegroom's brother. The bridal party went to the-bride's parental home for a wedding dinner, following which the newlyweds left to visit a ,niece of Mr. Schmeling In Minnesota. They are now at home for the summer at Robert Bell's, Mrs. Bell being a sister of Mr. Schmeling. Mr. and Mrs. Schmeling 1 will give'a wedding dance at the Woodman hall, Algona, Friday night of this week. Mother and Daughters Meets— The M. & D. club met last Thursday at Mrs. Ruble Walker's, and the opening song was My Old Kentucky Home, with roll call on favorite songs, 25 members and six visitors attending. A musical program' has been prepared by. the committee school. Miss Bennett was graduated from the Burt high school and has had additional work at the State Teachers' college. In high school she played in an orchestra. Union Youth Making Good- Union township is proud of Allen Sarchett, eighth grade graduate a year ago, who completed his freshman year in the Algona high school this year and was. one of two freshr men who received an "A" in athletics. His brother Kenneth, also athletic, completed the eighth grade this year and will enter high school next year. The boys are sons of Mr. and Mrs. Robert • Sarchett, who live north of Black Cat creek. Former H. I). A. In W. Va,— Neale S. Ktiowles, Ames, state /eader of woman's project work, who was here for the county Achievement day last week Tuesday, reported that Marie Plathe NUes former Kossuth home demonstration agent whose husband was killed last fall, has resumed extension work and . Is now located in West Virginia. Mr. Niles was known In the county as a poultry specialist, and he culled poultry here for several years. Plenty .Rain Assures Crops- Present idications- In this Detroit, Mich. Mrs. Foley was formerly Helen White; The young couple left immediately on a wedding trip, stopping at South •Bend, Indiana, to attend the graduating exercises of Renie O. Renier, who finished his college work at Notre Dame. From' there they went to Dubuque and DorchesteV for,visits enroute to Whittemore. The bride was 'born and raised here. She was a popular student at Presentation academy from which she graduated in 1925. After her graduation she entered the newspaper field in Whlttemore under the guidance of the late Seth B. Cairy. Two years ago she became news editor of the Richmond Review. The groom received his bafcheior of arts degree from the Catholic University of America, Washington, D. C. in 1926. He'is manager of the Renier Lumber and Coal.company, at Lincoln Park, Detroit,' where 'the young couple will make their home. Shower Honors Linda Dan— , Friends .of Linda Dau gave a surprise shower in honor of her approaching marriage at the Lutheran school last week Tuesday evening. Five hundred was played at ten tables and a mock wedding was the feature of the evening.- Herbert Zumach acted as bride, Victor Dau as groom, Herbert Vaudt as the minister, Hazel Maahs and Wllma Dau as flower girls.' Mrs. Herman Voight won high prize and-Ruth Schultz nine shut out Mallard 8-0, and last Sunday It shut out Titonka, 1*0. Other Whlttetnore Kews. Mrs. C. W. Hansen,. accompanied by Mrs. R. A., Bartlett, drove to Ames and Des Molnes last week Wednesday, and :Mrs. Bartlett stayed there for a visit, Mrs. Hansen going oh to Des Molnes to visit her parents. A dance at the Rose Garden ball room Friday evening drew a fair sized crowd; Paul Manor, late of Burt, is managing the dance hall and. the new. movie theater. Oscar Polret, Father Veil, C, L, Cavanaugh, and Dr. J. W. McCreery returned Friday from a week's tlah- ing In northern Minnesota. They had good luck. The Rev. and Mrs. William Faul- atlch left Monday by rail for Milwaukee to vlsft their daughter, Mrs. Charles Carroll and attend a convention. Matt Kirshbatim spent the weekend with his family. He and the Milwaukee rail-laying gang are now at Brltt. They will leave for Dakota soon. , ' ' Friends of Mrs. LeRoy, Ditaworth, Algona, formerly Loretta Heldt, surprised her Monday with a shower at her mother Mrs. Peter Heldt's. Mrs. C. W. Hansen and Mrs. R. A. Bartlett' returned Sunday form Des Molnes and Ames, where they visited relatives last week. Luclle Relmers. and Ava Simpson spent last week with Catherine Simpson, Minneapolis. .Joan and Beverly Hansen; are visiting their.. grandparents { at Hoi- stein. ';•..'.' The two children of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. McCreery, Fonda, are visiting here. Mrs. Anne Dau visited last week with her, son, William C. Dau, Al- Algona Markets By Wilbur i. and, Alice Payne. At close ;'of business, June 14, 1932. HOGS ; Best sorted lights, 180-230 Ibs. -»2.90 Best med. wt. butch., 230-260— $2.80 Best prime hvy. butch., 260-300-$2.70 Best hvy. butch., 300-350 Ibs. -42.60 Packing sows, 300 to 350 Ibs. .$2.25 Hvy. sows, 350 to 400 Ibs.* — .$2.00 Big hvy. sows, 450 to 500 '$1.7'5-32.00 CATTLE Canners ------- '. -------- 75c to $1.25 Bulls ... .............. $1.25 to $2.00 Cutters _______________ $1.25 to $1.75 Fat cows ____ - ____ —$2.00 to $3.25 Veal calves - .......... $3.00 -to $5.00 Fat steers ________ —$4.00 to $5.00 Yearlings) . ........... $3.00 f d, '$4.00 POULTRY Hens, heavy ... --------------- , .09 Hens, Leghorn and under 4 Ibs. .08 Cocks ----- - .................... 03 PRODUCE .11 .07 Eggs, graded No. 1 ---- ... Eggs, grade'd No. 2 : ----Cash cream — ------- : ---------- .13 GRAIN No. 2 yellow corn : ------------ . .21 No. 3 yellow corn ------------- .20 No. 3 white, oats ............ — 13% 'Feed' barley _ ..... ----- - ------- .26 HIDES Calf and 1 ;cow, . Ib. _ -------------- %c .Hone •'• — — , ___ — - ____ — — : — $1.00 Colt hides, each '. ---- ~u— -.— .50 t \ '"' ' '/'I Graham s June Sale Continues f his Week New items—seasonable merchandise at lower prices throughout the store—shop at Graham's for all your needs and save! JUNE SALE Misses,' Women's PAJAMAS Priced Special June Sale __. gona. / 'Ruth Vaudt is visiting her sister, Mrs. Edwin Behnke at Bennett. rled last Thursday Neb. In Kakota City, 69c 19c 98c ;o, will occupy It next ^Sunday. ir-Year-Old Babe Dies— ' • {Funeral services ifor Walter, Mc- ly, 4-year-old son ofrMr,*and Mrs. ' McCrady, wereiheld^at, the ,n church Friday r 'f etternoon. K'Rev. L. Wlttenburg, officiating. fchild fell sick lastlvre'ek Tuesday ht with appendicltUksand xras tak- ^ to a hospital at Algona.' The ap- was ruptured;, and. he died " iy morning. .He is,survived parents, sister Howard Jr. ^ ,- Dpnna, ~ - and Association' Etectt- ," ; t an annual meeting o-f the Ceme- i association at thVMT^ D. VOSB last Thursday, .Officers were •d: president, Mrs. Elsie Steus- li vice president, Mrs, consisting of Leona Walker, Maude Robinson, 'and Luclle -Rich: duet, Ruth Robinson, Margaret Ditsworth; piano solos, Mrs. John Rich, .Mrs. John Rich, Mrs. Pearl Potter, Mrs. Everett Witham, Evelyn Nlckerson: and Mrs! Qulnten Bjustrom; solo, Delia Mae 'Witham, accompanied -;by 'her mother, Mrs. Everett Witham. Shower for Mrs. Grace Sclimellngr— .Friends gathered at Mrs. Howard iWitham's Friday for a shower In honor of their daughter, Mrs. Grace Schmellng. Suggestions for the bride and favorite recipes were written and the bride unwrapped gifts. Hostesses were Thelma and Irene With- 'airi.and Mrs. Arthur Vlnlng. . Mrs. p. c, Llchty; aaslst- ',, Mrs. Peter Thompson; treasurer, t U A. Spooner, , Thirty women INted, The next meeting ; wlU toe, f July U at Mrs, WllUwn «ni}eVa, i to IU ft T, troUfrn , > |«t. ana Mrs, Ipvln Ctymnan at" ^^ a reunion of the Kabele-Ken- families at aojdflel^ Su^aVr Umong guests was'thft R^y, Dr. ,who Kennedy L^g Wd emoute home frpm,' '">• Pa., where he served a'i > w a church conference.. I Allen Hat Oper§^- V»nfl Mrs. H, C, AUen Saji ; their son BWw»fy',V|$, »Un operation for------ : Il "~. City one 494 As soon as. he U lung to last M.'* D. Meet June The next and last M. & D, meeting this season, will be held June 23 at Mrsi Nettle Rich's, with roll call on birthstones and pirthplaces. Members are to" pay back dues and contribute lOc -each" for the Council, Bluff's orphans' home. Other Four Corners. Charles Witham, Valley City, N D.,t arrived unexpectedly Sunday to •visit relatives. He Is an uncle o» Coward, and Everett Witham. Mr. and Mrs. Fern Ruling, Brltt are parents of a girl, born Monday Mrs, Huling was Gladys Nlckerson The Hullngs have two- boys. Mr, and Mrs. John Sabln are par' ents of a girl, born Sunday at their home west of Algona. Esther Hoppe, Minnesota, spen' •last week at Albert Walker's. Harold Clark Graduated week Wednesday's Garner said that Mr. and. Mrs, Frank had gone to Columbia, Mo., to attend exercises In which their elder win Harold was graduated from the Mlwouri state university sqhool o tlon do not favor a- .drought this year. In fact, recent rains have kept ow lands too wet for some farmers o finish planting corn or other crops, and some crops on hilly slopes have been washed out. An abundant hay crop is in; prospect, but the great difficulty is to ; get proper cure. Girl Falls Into Fish Pool— The Jos. Zankes and the 'Robert Harveys spent Sunday afternoon at Mrs, 'Zanke's' brother Charles Larson's In Portland township. Shirley, 4-year-old-daughter of the Harveys, was rescued from possible death, when she fell Into a Illy pool In the yard. She was In to her waist when she was found. Old Schoolmates In Benrilon— Mrs. Vinle Randall, \ Fargo, N. D.i her son Lawrence 1 ,' and grandson Buster, visited from 'Friday till Sunday at; William Rich's. Mrs. Randall was reared south of Algona, her maiden name having been Vinie Sa- blri. Mesdames Rich and Randall have been friends since gorlhood.' Union Casts Becord Tote- Union township voters cast a record vote of 164 in the primary election last week Tuesday. A missing feature this year was the lunch served by the Good Hope women. Some voters hope" to see ,the wprhen and the lunch at the general election In November. low. Miss Dau was the recipient of many beautiful gifts.* • .: ,. .'. Linda Dau Is Married- Last Thursday, at 1 p. m., at St. Paul's, Lutheran,"church took place the marriage .of Linda Dau; daughter of: Mrs. William Dau, '.to' Frank Jergens, the Rev. William ,Faulstlch officiating. . : ',' The bridegroom's attendant .was Herbert Zumach; the 'bridesmaid, Eldora Dau,' sister of the bride.' After the ceremony the couple left for a wedding trip to Des Molnes, returning Monday. Mr,. Jergens works at the local Maahs Bros, oil station. BOY SCOUTS AT SWEACITY TAKETROPHY Swea City, June 14— The local Boy Scouts troop No. 34 won a Round- Up cup for the troep outside of Fort Dodge at the fair grounds Friday. Two cups were offered to winner out of the city and one to the win nlng troop at Fort Dodge. In Round- Up rankings Swea City ranked first in standing of troop, third in signaling, third In ! water boiling, third in tug-of-war, and fourth in fire by friction and a 'compass, race. Permanent possession of the local trophy will be won by Swea City if the troop here wins for a third time next year. The local boys won in 1929. • The Swea troop also won a 'third place ; pennant. The following towns were represented: Humboldt, Man- Esthervllle Y. P. Give Program— The Baptist B. Y, P. U. entertained the Esthervllle B. Y. P. U. Sunday evening, and the Esthervllle group gave a program. Ira Hewitt Reported Better- Ira Hewitt, who has been critically sick with pleuro-pneumonia, la Improving and has been pronounced out of danger. ; Other Swea City. The Rev. B. F. Weaver Samuel Warburton, F. J. Thomson, Harry •Berggren, arid Julius Ingebretson attended the men's Brotherhood meeting at Algona a week ago Friday. Vlggo Christiansen has been named assistant at the post office, haying taken the place of Nellie Anderson, who married John Anderson, Mitchell, S. D. MARRIAGE LAST DECEMBER IS ANNOUNCED AT FENTON iFenton, June 14—The Methodists observed Children's day Sunday with a /program ot special music, songs, and exercises during the regular hour of service, given by the primary and Intermediate Sunday school departments. An invitation for baptismal rites was extended after the pro- Printed Voiles 40 in, wide Ruffle Curtains 5-piece sets •.* Printed Marquisette for 1 Qn curtains :._ I wV JUNE SALE SPORT CROCKS Six atractive styles 12"c I 15c 49c son, Pomeroy, Rockwell City, 'Lake City, Stanhope, Plover, Swea City, Fort Dodge. , Sport Sweaters new styles Women's Unions tln^ styles — Child's Unions sizes 2'to 12 yrs. _JUNE SALE Special Lot COLORED GLASSWARE Featured on tables, ctioice T* AJK for _2_._-_lUC I 'Mesh. Panties and Stepins_^._ New Voile Eyelet Dresses __ Summer Bags white leather 49c $1 UNE SALE. Full Fashion SILK HOSE Regular $1 values Pijint Cloths snappy paterni Bath Towels Large siu Play Suits hickory stripe-- ' • ' TITW tt 4 T 1? JifriK SAJLJrl__ WHITE .CUPS AND SAUCERS 7-in. plates, 4 A** bowls, each I Uw Boys' Athletic Union Suits Men's^ Ribbed Athletic Unions Rayon Anklets Pastel shades — _JUNE SALE , Clamp Seal COOKERS 8-qt. size with condenser, each _ Rayon Slips bias front, back Rayon Pajamas, popular shades Childs' Voile Dresses, new styles Aged .Man Falls; Breaks Ley Joseph Meurer,' who ;is 83 years Girls' Cl»b The Alethean Picnic— 4-H girls met last week Wednesday at the Ambrose A. Call state park. Ice cream and cake followed the regular work. The club will meet this week Friday with Ber- nlce and Florence Dodds. Mrs. Jacob Wlnkel Is leader. Other Union, Jean Crulkshank, who taught Jn .Portland township last year 1 , will teach the Hobarton scho* next year. Her sister Eleanor, who graduated from a nursing course at the, state university a year ago and. then worked "in a university hospital at Nashyllle, Tenn., several mon^jis, has been at home since March. Bojh are Algona high sohpol graduates, """ ter3 of Mr. shank. and Mrs, L. A, Crulk- Mrs. Ardath Hlcka, Aberdeen,, S, D., and son Bobbie, came test week Tuesday to visit the W; °- Nelsons. Mrs. Hicks' tw'n sister, Mrs. Donald Cash, St, Joseph, Mo., an* her dauglu came two weeKs ter, Mary, Joyce, ago. old, fell and broke a bone ln ; one of, his legs Tuesday night. Li W. Swanson's new ambulance was ;put Into service and. he was taken to the Emmetsburg hospital where he was put under' the care of Dr. Woodbridge'.' ..,. ,., . :•. ••',,;; '•',. .., ''.'•''. Two sWvBableg Here— A 6% Ib. boy. named Geary A,llen, was born Saturday : to the Gerald JBragas. This is. the,: first child. , A girl, the first, child,' has been born Group Churches In Festival— Sunday afternoon and evening the six Methodist Episcopal churches of this group held :a music festival at the Fort Defiance church. Num- be'rs were given by the choirs of the •Methodist churches at ; Graettinger, Esthervllle, Fenton, Armstrong,; and Swea City In the;,afternoon at the Fdrt Defiance 'state'park at Esther- vine. In the evening the choirs sang at .the Esthervllle MAhodlst church, Esthervllle, under the leadership of Earl .Josten. Doctor ushnell, iSloux City, preached In the evening. About 300 people attended In the. afternoon, 50 of whom were from Swea'City. E levator In Annual Meet— The. Farmers elevator company held; Its annual meeting, Saturday eyehing. Martin Mollnder was elect-. ed director to succeed Ralph Walker, and Simon Severson' to succeed Arthur Holcomb. Otto Jensen was reelected. Directors holding over are Jos. Kennedy, William Krumm, Al- Decorated Dinner Sets—i •ral d $5 Beautiful decorated Dinner Sets with floral designs. Sets of 32 pieces. Service for six persons gram, and baptized were: Ward Wil- 'llam, son of Mr. and Mrs B. W. Ruske; James Irvin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Will Votgf,: Virginia Faith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Ber- hlns. In the afternoon 26 • persons drove to Estherville to take part in £ a program' arranged by the pastors | J of this group and In the evening the , , choirs'joined in a song festival. Dr. < > J. J. Bushnell, former district super- * intendent, was the speaker. Members: of the Epworth League;will have charge of the evening service at the local church next Sunday evening. , New Whittemore P. M. Whittemore, June 14—The civil service commission has certified George W. Carmody as the only eligible for the $1,800 job of postmaster here. There were five - other applicant's.. The vacancy resulted from the death of postmaster Seth B, Calry. to Mr. and Mrs. Martin Duf^y, Mrs. Duffy was formerly Mary N tins, Emmetsburg. Fred Wafrne? Again.Sick- Fred Wagner has been sick a week. He has not been so well since he suffered-a stroke a month ago. His daughter, Esther, student nurse at Chicago, was called home a week ago. ' Theater Opening Draws Crowd— The new Roseland theater here was packed to capacity for the opening Saturday, (Factory and sound experts Inptalled complete new equipment and the theater was redeco- yated, Whlttemore Brother* Graduat«K- 'Frank and Elmer, pehnke, uates this year from the Concordla teacher's college, £hloigo, got home Tuesday. Frank will teach at Webster City, Catholics Plan ipetebratton— The annual Cathode park celebra» tlon will be held July fqurth 4nstead of in August as usual. Program ,ar^ rangements, wi^l be Mated latter. Locals Last week Sunc|ay the local ball ton Ferguson,' George Butterfleld, Jr.'«arry Llnde, and Axel Erickson. The, affairs of the elevator were found In, good condition. Knutions Afaln at Hotel— Swea City once more has a hotel, and Mr. and Ms. John Knutson are again In charge, after having been out five years. It had been run as a rooming house 'by Mrs. Rachel Stockman for some time, but Mrs. Stockman is at present working In a cafe at Algona. The Clarence John-sons have the Knuteon house, and the Earl Hansons have moved -to the Holm residence, formerly occupied by the Johnsons. Grant In Academic Tests— The Grant township high school won 84th ranking in the high schools pf class D In the recent state aca* demio test. Last year their ranking was 99. 'Pour students went to Iowa City, Leslie Mlno competing In-'bl- ology, Helen Briggs in English correctness, Krma Farrow in economics and Woloary, and'Leona Patterson j n •biology., _ Anna Carlson Is Anna Carlaon, Swea township, and James Stoneklng, manager, of a Dumber yar<J at Cusblnf, N>b,, were mar- a« For Sf m?ce P« Coats six-cord Thread, i Spool 1 -, — , T ,,-,Ladles' F«U Fashioned Hose, a« nfl ies, all new styles, BUD BERNARD BUYS OLD TIRES —$1.00 each' on a new tire and tube. Reduces cost of G&J 16,000 mile tires as low as J3.05 ea. in prs. Ends June 25,, .Gamble Stores. 32-40 Department Stores WE DO OUR OWN LENS &RIKDING DR. F. E. SAWYER, Opt. Algona, lowaf P R1TFS £\.l V/1.4O Prices are down on Eggs, Poultry, Cream and other produce, so we. are making prices lower In our store to make your dollar go further. Our trade Is Increasing each week and the more we sell the more It cuts down the overhead so that we can aford to sell cheaper. Bad's advice to us when we started our store was, "Keep, the prices down and keep the quality up.and you're bound to have business," and, as usual, Dad was right. , " \ '>' Lot No, 1 consists of 25 woman's long sleeve silk dresses and a few silk knit dresses, First come first' served — choice $1.99 Genuine U, S, Nauatex Raincoats in Red, Plue, Green an4 Tap, The big^ gest bargain ever of» f e r e d in Raincoats, WWte they last Bath Towels, each ---------- §e Hand Embroidered Hankies ,.4c Men'i Shirts and Shorts, each Wo Big red aad blue Handkerchiefs 7e, 9 'lor „, ------ „ ---------- 80e Women'i Cotton Hose, pair — l«c Men's Dress Sox, pair, ------ We Qlrls' Fast Color Dresses ,,,.39e Women's Rayoa Hose, 9 pair fftc Men's -Blbless OveraUs ---- T -B»c Men's and Women's All Wool Swim Suits „-,,„,. ----- ,.-„•*> 94x49 Bath Towels, i for ---- 8&0 Boys' linen Crash Knickers --4ft> Men's Semi Dress Bants ...,.»So 80x)W Fan«y Bed Spreads ,-8>c Children's Stockings, p«lr ,— We W*sk Cloths* each SrT .._, ----- So Safety pins or straight pins, pk. le This takes in all of our new summer Dresses, 164 of them to choose; from, all, si?es and col-;. ors, not ft dress in th<^ bunch aver I month $2.69 300 H Frocks, all kinds Th^ IB a.

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