Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 23, 1932 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 23, 1932
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V The usual; "whoop-lt up' • ?and, quietly gating There Were'ferm boys Irt ov with '^gallon* hats wore tattered clothing shoes, most of them ome wer lrom.VstM.ii8 /the Anacostia/camp wher e'encamped, contains som I vetwansf Tomorrow >the num .lU»be several .hundred r Stehle, who 1« a member of ' U S navy band at Wanhlns- „ |s the son of- Barber and j| s . j. Stehle, Algona. > AL60JIA, tOWA '*?• , Sl Muckey 8 spent Sunday t Ihteriakert. the Geo. Mahoneys ate new pota- ss and peas out of their own garden Tuesday, ' Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Lorenz spent Sunday at the Mann cottage on Hftyward's bay, the Okobojis. Mr. and M'rs. Russell Jondrau, of Minneapolis, spent a few days last veek with Mrs. Frank McMahon.' Mrs. P. V. Janse, daughter, .Mrs.' H. T. Miller, and Mrs.' Paul Wllle spent last Thursday at Fort Dodge. The Royal Neighbors meet tonight at the I. O. O. F. hall. Mrs. Elsie Cady's division vr\n serve refreshments. Geo. W. Godfrey will speak at'an nual 6-townshlp picnic at Sheffield annual 6-townshlp picnic at Sheffield today. Mr. and Mrs. F. D.. Solomon, son Lloyd, and Mrs. A. Warren, all of Spencer, spent yesterday with Mrs Stella Fabln. Mr. and Mrs. Bliss Anderson, ot Marshallto\yn, and their daughter Erma spent Friday with Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Williams. Dlst. Supt. Lease and his family went to the Okobojis yesterdayv to open their summer cottage at''-the Methodist camp grounds. •Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Bahr, and Gladys Bahr, Eldora,. with- William Kulow, Hubbard, visited at the Rev. P. J. Braner's Sunday afternoon^ Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wegener and the Rev. and Mrs. P. J. Braner attended a Lutheran hospital board meeting at Fort Dodge last Thursday. Mrs. iF. A. M. Frost, niother of Setchell met them,at Mason- City. Mrs. Setchell Is Mrs. Laird's sister. O. L. Saunders, Lake Worth, Fla., and his grandson, Richard Brumley, Bloomtleld, went to Spirit -Lake yes^ tertlay, after, two weeks with the former's son, F. E. Saunders. Mr. Saunders and his grandson are camping at the lake for a few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Horan and Mrs. Margaret Dillon returned to their home at Newton Monday, after Sunday with the W. O. McCulloughs, Mrs. Horan and Mrs. Dillon are sisters of Mrs, McCullough, and Mr. McCullough Is a local undertaker. The Advance printed 5,000 "volume sale" bills for Wm. C. Steele last week-end. William Steele Jr., who made a study of advertising while he was at the state university, Is now making practical use of his talents by looking after his father's advertising. Mrs. H. E. Sorstedt returned Friday from Indla'nola, where she was called last week Wednesday by news of the serious' Illness of her father, William Walters, is past 89, has Mr. Walters, who been In failing health during the last few months. He is at the home of a son. Ignatius WeVnert Jr., who, a week ago, received a master's degree* in chemistry from a college at Columbus, O., 'has begun work in the laboratory of a textile factory. His parents 'are Mr. and Mrs. Ignatius Wernet, who attended the commencement, got home Sunday. R. H. Guderlan, his brother Amil, and "Win" Scott got home Sunday night from a week at Cass .Lake, event made br. and Mrs. R. A, Evans grandparent* for the first time. Wallace Is In the employ of a company which manufactures musical Instruments, and. he organizes orchestras and bands In the Burlington district. ^Patricia M\Clure, Iowa Falls, and Virginia Dunthjr, Detroit, came Saturday to visit the F. C. Zenders, The girls and Frances Bender'at- tended St. Teresa's college, Wlnona, Minn., together, and Patricia at'* tended the state university last year, while Virginia taught at Hud^ son, Mich. Virginia Is here for'sev- eral weeks, Patricia having gone home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Overmyer took their daughter June Adele and Lucille Btiwen, Rolfe, to Fort Dodge last week Wednesday, and thence the girls -left for Boulder, Colo., to attend summer school at the Colorado state, university; They attended Frances Shlmor school and the Iowa state university "together. June Adele taught at Oskaloosa schools last year and Lucille at Jefferson. Mr. and Mrs. M. G.' Norton, her son Richard, and Mrs. S. A. Worster and her son Paul, left last week Wednesday in the Norton car. ,for iDanbury, Conn., for a few weeks with M. G.'s and Mrs. Worster's sister, the former Eleanor Norton. Mrs,.F. S. 'Norton Is meanwhile en- itertalning her. granddaughters, Mary Ellen Worster and Miriam -Norton ( Muriel Body Is BrUe-~ Muriel Body was married to Paul Leaverton Saturdatf at the home of the bride's parents, Mr, and Mrs. A. Body, near Sac v City, the Rev. E. B. Lister, Creston, performing the ceremony In the presence of the immediate families. The bride wore a dress of .French, blue silk crepe and Wool lace, with a corsage of lavender and pink sweet peas. After the ceremony a wedding dinner was served to 11 guests at the Clark hotel, Sa'tf City, The table bouquet was of pink roses and delphiniums. Mr. and Mrs. Leaverton are already at home here, after a short wedding trip to Des Molnes. Mrs. Leaverton Is a graduate of the Sac City high school and the state college, Ames. For the last year ,she has served as Kossuth home demonstration agent, In which capacity her efficiency has Won wide and Increasing popularity. Mr. Leaverton, who is the son of Mr. and Mrs, O. H. 'Leaverton, Milton, is a graduate of the Milton high school. He attended the state college two years, and Is ' now one of the Kossuth cow-testers. burg, won the High score. Frances received a guest prize. Last night Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Miller and Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Keht entertained at dinner at the Country club clubhouse In honor of Miss buhigg and Mr. McMahon, and tonight Mfs.W. W. Sullivan-will en- itertaln In -Miss Duhigg's honor' at a bridge accessory' shower. Union 4*H Club Active— Of 14 actt,Ve members of the Union township Alethean 4-H .club, 11 attended the annual Rally day and county Farm Bureau picnic at the fair grounds last week Tuesday. All of the 11 wrote the Picture Memory contest and a few the Music Memory contest, and the girls scored perfect on pictures, though the club's ranking was lowered by the absence of three members. Each club had Its own picnic lunch at noon, and the Aletheans were pleased to have Mrs. H. D. Hutchins and Miss Durant, judges, as guests. The girls all wore the 4-H uniform and posed for a 4-H picture. received a prize tdr, occupying marked chair; Surprise for Hits. CMerta?— A birthday surprise party was given Iri honor of Mrs. Wm, M. Geerlng at Mrs. Htigh Post's Saturday afternoon. Bunco was played at three tables, after which lunch was served. Mrs, Gfeerlpg received many gifts, Other Society. Th R. N. A. club will meet next Tuesday with Mrs. W. L. Dale, arid a business meeting will be followed by a program and refreshments. Assisting hostesses: Mesdames Lawrence Gillesple, Loyd Muckey, Clark Scuffham, Lou McMurray. The Naomi Circle meets tomorrow afternoon with Mrs. L. G. Pool; Hazel Casler, assisting hostess. at the Norton cottage at the bojis. Oko- Blble Searchers Hear Program— • The Methodist Bible Searchers S. S. class met Tuesday at the church, and following a business meeting a program was given: opening song, Algona attorneys who attended a The Nations' Slogan; instrumental fcve. ,, h day hundreds^ of arlvals join 'thousands already 'here. When will stop coming no one knows. this much Is certain: the men »ty here are heri.,to stay. - do not have a'threatenlng at- they do not tolerate commun- w fanatics; they do have.respect •r their country. In spite of tnlser- L i lv | n g conditions- they are de- itncd to stay till the bonus is No amount of'official'bluff Ing, , phony newspaper write-ups, 1 not sickness will cause them to [the greater number' live in small its they have made from branches, j boards, tin from Junkplles, even Irdboard. Yet in spite of such shel- land in spite of meager food, few Ltets, and little clothing, they do t complain. I talked .with several Uhers who arrived one rainy it. They stood in the rain all iti and to keep up- their morale ; joked and laughed about it. Anyone who thinks these men are i ne'er-do-wells or bums Is grossly informed. Their " courtesy and ,r appreciation of even the smal- "lavors 1s something to marvel Falso their philosophy as regards condition of the country 1n gen- hmd their own.conditipn in par- '"Provlde Own Entertainment. |A stage on which the boys give im- iptu entertainments, )ls the gently ..Ing roof of a low ,shed< Mrs. •Me and I often go to see the boys id hear their speeches, the singing, Mrs. F. L. Trlbon, left yesterday for northern Minnesota. • The .fishing Wlrock, Minn., for a few days with | was good during the fore part of Mr. Frost, who Is station agent there. Nels Olson, Sioux City, and his granddaughter, Lois Olson, came Sunday to visit the R. G. Richardsons. Mr. Olson is Mrs. Richardson's father. Mrs. W. C. Dewel, son Bobby, Mrs. T. P. Harrington, daughter Bernice, and a glrl< friend of Bernice spent Tuesday at the Dewel cottage at Clear Lake. An I. O. O. F. county council monthly meeting will be held at Swea City next Monday night. All Odd Fello\vs and Rebekalis may attend and take friends. The state bankers association is In session at Des Moines, and President R. H. Miller and H. L. Gilmore, of the Iowa State, with their wives, have been in attendance. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Laird and last week, not so good during the last half, which was windy, with rough water. A letter of appreciation for the ...... thing has occurred 'so often iat it can't be regarded as .an acci- mt or coincidence. Thousands of tans pack themselves closely in Idrole around the stage, but almost .riably a lane opens • directly ln mt of my, wife to enable her to see entertainment^ \<And l . still, some p.ile.call these men" bums! About the entertainment: -.most of |l« by the hoys "themselves, 1 but oc- ilonally town talent helps,' Floyd Ibbons has spoke several .times, and •Robins*, a Hearst.feature ,'U a frequent' v visitor, Incl- ntally.'Elsle's articles on the bonus i are'the most human, "-the sadist and the most Imploring that I ^veever read. She can'wrJng.sym- hy out of almost anyone—except, | course, a well-fed Wall street in- itrlalist. Furthermore,slje, does It Ithout a mess of maudlin >hokum. Programs Are daughter Linda went home Tuesday after spending a week with R. J.'s mother, Mrs. Ella Laird. The Ri J. Lairds live In Des Moines. Assistant Postmaster Glen Raney has been - sick since Saturday with neuritis In his back and shoulders, thought to have arisen from an infected tooth which was extracted. Mrs. Bert Cronan, her son Don, and Viola Blelch, ,,Burt, returned Tuesday from ElmTiurst, 111., where they went Sunday to bring home .Opal Cronan .yrho teaches in the schools there.- ; Wm. C. Dau, J. A. Raney, and Edw. Dehnert, the_ latter of Lu Verne, returned Monday from four days,of fishing at Lake Winnebi- goshish " In northern Minnesota. They had good luck.. -,>. Supt. .Overmyer is takingf'the 'annual school census. Unde.r the;Iaw he must, secure data regarding. all children of school age In the .Algona independent, districti', ,no;«matter what school they attend; ;:;,/,: Lola Dreesman returned "last'week Tuesday "from Iowa City,, where .she had sppnt'a week at the,:urtiverslty hospital and, undergone an operation for removal of a tumor. .'She. Is already able to be about town, ' . Mr. and Mrs. A. Victor Hertlg became parents of. their second, child at the. General hospital ; ,yesterday morning. The baby Is a 6-lb. '•'girl, named Betty May. There .is a two- courtesy extended by Algona to the Alexandria girls' drill team, which paraded here two weeks ago Tuesday, has been received from. the drum major of the corps. The girls made the trip as a booster tour for the resort region surrounding Alexandria! A district Epworth League convention was held at Buffalo -Center Tuesday, and the following Algon- ians attended: Dr. W. H. Lease, Margaret Lease, 'Donald Parsons, Max Miller, the Rev. and Mrs. C. V. Hulse, ,Ila May Leffert, Ida Halpin, Margaret Vigars,' Adds Anderson, and Bprnice Dearchs. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred .E. King, daughters Phillis, and Mary, and Mrs. L. C. Payne, all New Haven, Conn., arrived yesterday for -a week or more with County Treasurer and Mrs. H. N. Kruse.. Mrs. King, "is Mrs. Kruse's sister and Mrs. Payne their mother. They will make short trips put of Algona. County Attorney and Mrs. G. D. Shumway and their son David spent the week-end at Sutherland with Mr. Shumway's mother, Mrs. D.'F. Shumway, and her daughter Margaret. Mrs. A. G. Obrecht,; Havelock, came one day last week for a visit ;Wlth thV Shumways. She is Mrs. Shumway's mother. Eugene Murtagh has returned from Iowa City, where he spent last lawyers' chautauqua for the bar of the 14th and 21st judicial districts at the Inn at West Okobojl Friday, Saturday, arid Sunday were Judge W. B. Quarton, L. A. Winkel, L. E. •Llnnan, S. E. McMahon, Maurice McMahon, and P. P. Danson. Avery Austin accompanied Mr. Quarton. <S. E. McMahon's wife and daughters, Dorothy Mangan, and Mrs. Danson were also there. E. H. Dewel, of" Muskogee, Okla., and his daughter Martha arrived Friday. Mr. Dewel, who is a contractor and builder, will spend a couple of weeks here, looking after the" I. G. Dewel estate 1 properties. Martha, who was here last summer, was recently graduated from high school and will remain; to help- her aunt, Mrs. B. A. Thorpe. Mr. Dewel is the son of Mrs. Jennie M. Dewel and the brother of W. C. Dewel and Mrs. Thorpe. Mrs. F. M. Stacy had .an abscess on the ear lanced at the Kossuth hospital Friday. Other patients are: Nettie Grubb, tonsilectomy, Friday; Francis Hlnz,. 13-year-old son of Henry Hinz, Lu Verne farmer, appendectomy; Mrs. Minnie Galagan, Ledyard, medical treatment; Joseph H. Drummer, farmer near Wesley, appendectomy, Sunday; and Rose Anne, 9-year-old -daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Holtzbauer, who had 18 teeth extracted Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Macy and DANC To-NlgU Thursday, Jine 28 ;' j Mubach'* Hal! Music by * 1 EDDIE'S CELEBRITIES 40c a couple, extra ladles If* music, Mrs. Everett Witham; The Dearest Pal Is My Mother, Jles- dames M. L. Dutton, W. L. Martin; recitation, Roses, Donna Jean Dut- toh; temperance .readings, A Sign Board, Mrs. W. L. Martin, Tetotal- ism, Mrs. Mary Runchey; roll call, temperance quotations; song, "Temperance Jubilee," Mesdames Dutton and Martin; reading, Mrs. Fred Martin; piano duet, Marching Through Georgia, Mesdames Jo- hannaen Jr. and Martin; temperance talk, Mrs. Jane Clark; piano solo, Mrs. Johannsen Jr. A prayer band was organized. .Mesdames J. F. Cook, William Funk, A. L. Webster, Mary Beard, and Kate Dbege were hostesses. Kofnry Alms Are Explained— Dr. M. J. Keneflck and M. P. Weaver spoke before the Rotary club Monday on what the new member .should^know about Rotary. The discussion centered around two of the "alms and objects" of Rotary: 1. The Ideal of service- as the basis of all worthy enterprise; 2. High ethical standards in business and professions. .Next Monday's meeting will be the last In President Overmyer's administration. |I have yet to hear anything "smutty unduly suggestive; Jin, any of the 's' recitations or 'pongs. I wonder r many other purely,,ma?e organ' >ns can truthfully '.make that i, , - u . ' Is evenlnjg a veteran recited excellently, too) -the 'Kjpling i. "And I Learned About Worn| from'Her," etc. iAft^r h^flntehed KM, "Now I hope the: ladles iii crovr-d do not *a»? J^?«nw, tor week with his father. Murtagh is still : there. Mrs. E. J. C. B. Murtagh spent the week-end at Iowa' their three-year-old daughter Janet are now at Lineville. They spent last year in California,' where Mr. Macy attended Stanford university. He taught economics at Coe college 'before going to the coast, and will again teach therein the fall. 'Mrs. .Macy is Lydia, .daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. King, and the Macys;are expected to spend a few weeks here before going to Cedar Rapids,-- Mr. Macy's parents live at Lineville. J. B. Worden, who had been a Kossuth hospital patient since early in March, was taken by ambulance a few days ago 1 to the*, home of-his son Gene, near Elmore. Mr. Wor- Clty,,and on his return reported his] den, who Is 75, suffered a severe attack of pneumonia, the effects of which he has had difficulty in throwing off. He owns a home near the fair grounds, but before coming to Algona he farmed many years in the Ledyard-Elmore neighborhood. Mrs. Worden died five years ago. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Stock and their daughter Bernice left Tuesday for. Marysville, Wash., to visit Leon Stock, eldest son, and his family five weeks. They were "accompanied by year-old boy, Richard Kenneth. Evelyn Hodges, who taught at [i! not ray intention «tfl'cast refleo: "on womankind; i| merely'gave poem^to^b* taken at its ^- Cj^ t [Another veteran, a,'iu»n,V- fc " of a m an,- (Ires^ed, ,in ^ tatters, sang.In ».ntarvfJOMS He sang sentimental'ballads, 1 modern tunes,' and W Intona- i vibrato, and •" : time," and no ' who possesses •areal "natural 1 ! yi»,ttl? --,-,. l!!!.!f na 8i *,. a »* W*»*» J « Watery to me fainted with h)TO. t? *eco.me t urally, som > ' a bit Oshkosh, Wis., last year, , remained to teach English In six weeks of. Bummer school. She will spend the rest of the suirimer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hodges. Mildred Richardson, who,.l»ad been confined to her bed two months .following an operation for .infection in a thigh, is now around the house on crutches. She U the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Richardson. ' Pictures of Senator and Mrs'. L. J. Dickinson were numerous i' in last week's dallies in connection 'with ^re=- iporte of the doings of the !: BWcw9 republican vCpnyentton, Nearly all the pictures were good likenesses, Mrs. Al Falkenhainer fenterUin the Get-Together club at luncheon and bridge Monday at the Cpugtr.y club clubhouse, and Mrs. 'A.'!?. Peterson -won the high score.; ; Mrs,. W. B. Quarton was a guest of the club. ,Mr, and Mrs, Hugh HermfUl! T«th Leonard Frances, who maH«s his home with the Hermans, d.rovf"$o Nashua Sunday, They reported water as^far as one could see t on either side, of the paving at-'some, P °' •brother; on the mend. E. J. Js to have an operation'as soon "as' he gains sufficient-strength. . Bertha B.' Johnson went to Des Moines -Monday to attend a conven- tiorii'of the * state association of county, officers this week" Tuesday, yesterday, and today. Miss Johnson is secretary of the state county auditor's association. - Some or all of, the Kossuth supervisors are attending a convention of supervisors. Mr. and -Mrs. John O'Hara, of;St. Paul, arid her' daughter -.Maryanne were : guests of their, cousins, .the McEnroes,;. last week. Meanwhile Mr, O'Hara was looking after ; . the estate of his mother, the late Mrs, John O'Hara Sr. Mr. O'Hara Is a & Great Ruth Stoeffer, Newton, who will visit a brother at Sunnyslde, near Marysville. The younger Mr. Stock, who recently purchased the Marysville Globe, has been in the newspaper business for some years. The Stocks are going out via Denver, 58 Attend C. C. Party— An evening Country club party was held at the clubhouse Tuesday night, and dinner was served,, to 58 at 7, after which bridge was played till ten and there was dancing. The high bridge scores were won by Mrs. P. D. .Mathes and R. W. Horlgan. >The next afternoon .party is scheduled for next Tuesday, with the following hostesses: Mesdames S. E. McMahon, B. F. Hynds, S. B. French, H. N. Kruse, and F. H. Seller. The next evening party will be held July 5, with the following hosts and hostesses: ; , Messrs, anc 'Mesdames W. A. Foster, D. A. Barnard, Dr. and Mrs. L,. G-. Baker, Mr and Mrs. C. R. La Barre, Delia Welter, Elizabeth Nugent, Edw. Holecek, F. C. Zender, and Jas. McDonald. Surprise for Crescd Girl— A surprise party Was given in honor of Marie Brandow's 23rd birthday'at the home of her- par ents, Mr. and MrSi-W. H. Brandow of Cresco township, last' Thursdaj evening. Attending were Harvey Larson, Glen Teeter, Clifford Teeter •Edna and Edith Batt; Dwlght iPbt ter, John, Simpson, Helen Batt, Mar gu erite 'Simpson', * Everett,, Headlon Mildred Sundirig, Blllie Bergraann Ervin Gerber, Chester Wildin, Mil dred Gerber, Mary Wildin, Eva Brown, John and Vern Batt, Alvin Steclman, Oliver Kothenbeutel, Ma rie, Harold, and Mildred Brandow and • Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sundlng Many gifts were ^received by Mis Brandow. Lunch was served by he mother and Mrs. Sunding. Frances^Duhlgg Is Honored- Mrs, >G. W- Stillman entertalne Monday night in honor of France Duhigg, Emmetsburg, who will b married to E. C. McMahon nex Thursday. The entertainment con slsted of bridge at two tables, an Mrs. Charles Duhigg Jr., Emmets Surprise for Cresco Girl— Forty persons were at W. H. Brandow's In Cresco township last Thursday night for a, surprise lawn party in honor of the 23rd birthday of the eldest daughter, Marie, who received many gifts. At'the party Mildred Sunding collided with anther attendant at play, ; arid both er lips were-bruised badly and two tltches were required to close a ound In the upper lip. Hrs. Smith's Birthday Honored- Friends of Mrs. Samuel Smith ave her a birthday surprise party ast week Wednesday rilght. The ntertalnment consisted of cards, nd Mrs. H. M. Virison and Oscar inderson won the high scores, Mrs. Walter Dale and Hugh Post, low, 'A ravel prize was'won by-a Mr. Dale. Irs. Smith was Gertrude Laing. Mr. n« ' Mr.'and Mrs. D; L. Leffert and and Mrs. William Bowman t Tuesday at Clear Lake and cleaned the Leffert lot Just south of Algona beach. It had 'not been cjeared slnpe the tornado last Sep- Wermersen has been sick ft weeH with J»eart trouble, Her tough- S. Muckey an4 Mrss t«ven, Sexton, are car}ng been In poor health ^et 1W.W ?*Sp anl, MSn« «,ng»eer »a Western between St. -.Paul and Oelwein, • ' • " 1 1 > , ' Mr: and Mrs. H. E. Gust, of'M.o- bile, Ala,, went home yesterday .after spending; ten days, witti* Ithe' Jatter's parents, Mr, and Mrs. Antoni.Ander- son. Enroute here they stopped at' Dwight, 111., to visit Mrs. Gust's brother Lyman, who has been a patient in the veterans' hospital the last six weeks, He is suffering from arthritis. : . ' M - » Mrs, Robert .Mallow, Penjwnee, Sask., arrived a few days 'ago, 'accompanied by her youngest child, a daughter; They came in part to see Mrs, Mallow's father, J. B, Worden, and in part to attend the annual Dutton 1 family reunion, The Mallows, who used to farm .near Ledyard, have lived in Canada,. many years, and are farming there, ' Mr, and ^Irs. Wallace Evans, (Burr lington, are parents of a 7r^l». boy, born Sunday, 'Dad's day, the ' first child, named James Robert, This Evan Flnnell, who has - of late been trying to shake off 'the effects of an attack of the flu, goes to Lake Geneva, Wis., this week to spend a few 'weeks with his uncle, Charles Flnnell, manager of a model country estate there owned by F, L. Maytag, the' Newton washing machine magnate. Lake Geneva is, a well, known summer 'resort not/ar from 'Chicago, and- ,the , Maytag property is one of the show places of that region. . ^ ' •» / Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Danson spent Friday, Saturday, and Sunday at the Danson 'cottage at the Okobojis, and the E}. E.-Swansons, Hqmboldt, and f»e Edwin Parsons family, of Swea City, were guests. Mr. Swanson and Mr, Parsons, like Mr, Danson, were admitted 1 to the bar recently, and all studied law under Judge Coyle. They attended sessions of the lawyers' chautauqua Saturday morning. "-¥*••, Parsons is superintendent of the Swea City schools.. FOR RENT—ALL MODERN 7 room house and garage. Possea sion July 1,—Phone 557. 14p4 hlld Study Club Meets— The Child Study club met for he last time this season at' the Ambrose A. Call state park Tuesday noon. After a picnic dinner a bust- ne'ss meetnig was held, and officers vere elected: Mrs. H. D. Hutchins, president; Mrs. H. "C. Frederick, vice .president; Mrs. A. E. Michel secretary-treasurer. Entertains at Shelter House— Mrs. F. E. Saunders and Mr.s. Paul Wille entertained 52 women at bridge at the Ambrose A. Call state park shelter house Monday afternoon. The high scores were won by Mrs. T. H. Chrischilles and Mrs. D. D. Monlux, and Mrs. H. T. Miller FRIDAY & SATURDAY —at— Long's Food Shop Certo, per bottle 25c Bacon, sliced, 2 Ibs. for _25c Fruit Jar Rubbers, lOc pkgs., now 1 5b 6 for 25c Ivory Soap, 4 lOc bars —25c Baby Beef Boiling, per Ib. lOc 8 Ibs. Navy Beans 25c! Dill PJckles, qt. jar 15c| Palm Olive Beads _^ 8c We buy eggs and 3-pound size spring chickens. Leave your orders for \Ferndell and Baby Stewart can goods for Fall. ONE MORE WEEK OF Friday and Safday Specials V T ^ 3i« JUNE BRIDE LOW PRICES! .you no-doubt have a place^for a new Moh.ai|f giving New Low Prices for the Biggest Program EVER SHOWN ON The Kossuth County Fairgrounds / ° «• AT THE BI-CENTENNIAL PROGRAM AND 4th of JULY Celebration Read'these program attractions, all headliners in any show—you get many times your money's worth at the Kossuth Fourth celebration tnis year. You wilj talk of these till Pall. /THE HARLEQUINS—Teaching you how to laugh, 1 * even now, born comedians that headline many Fairs.-. DEMNATI TROUPE—Arabs from the sunny sands -with super-gymnastics. See Abdul, the strong man,? hold six full-grown men. - , t FOUR LORENZOS—Any one a star—performing ii, 5 the top' of an apparatus .110 feet above the groand--^| two girls, two men—topping slender; swaying poles* ft and performing a sensational routine of acrobatics.:; A big time circus act. ^i-A 1 -^ ' ' ,' &'*-,•? DE LUCCHI TRIO—Two women and a man, singert and instrumentalists, supreme, classical and mbderni \ sad and happy music. • '"' :Jl"A FIREWORKS-7-A Bi-Centennial program more magnificent than ever before in celebration,C the anniversary of Washington's birth. A' reai of glory to honor the Father of our Country; .'* RACING PROGRAM— Pull details wUl in next week's advertisement^ Be sure to i read I i , i i )* *V V •* ** -t ^ ( J T ( *" WuS^sS'* AND mm NEW LOW ^|B^«* -^^.t^W^ w^^i^^ ^r?^ . ~t i > - . .«, * * S-t&* * &&•>&&> v •z.PjS'gSjffii A . i-A* -Ii^a /^ "i'S ,'/*,! : ,1 .-« . * *Vffl 6* ' ' % • -<M >;v ,^ HARPER'S CIRCUS— With the only Liberty act in the world— see the dog Jockeys, an unrideabl«| mule, a trained goat, and a monkey that does everything but talk. B ( . . „ /./. ;-ri;^ BACARDIE TRIO— Thumps and bumps, landing on! ' almost every part of the body, these three men gly* a fast-stepping flip-flopping on the platform, oom»l, bined with excellent acrobatic works. , .. Vl M TWO BIG BALL GAMES— First, Swea — then Bancroft plays the, winner, The new diamond on the west infield is one of the best in this part' of the state. , ,

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