Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 23, 1932 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 23, 1932
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FENTON WINS, 9-2, IN GAME VS, MALLARD .'Fenton, June 21— The Fenton Tigers defeated the Mallard . Ducks, 9-2, Sunday and 'regained a BOO percentage in the Twin.: Six league. The gome was slow, and there were frequent errors by the Ma]lard infield. •lYir'on took the lead in the third by j-^r-'ng two runs on two hits and an intitiil out; .Milliard scored one run on two hits and an error. Fento'n increased -its -lead by one run in the fourth and' two In the sixth to make ithe score 5-1, and -then, in the ninth, made four runs and five hits for a. total of nine. In the lost ot the ninth Mallard filled bases with rone out but scored only one run. Mallard made but five hits to 12 for Fenton. Batteries for Fenton: Kueker, Huskamp, and Kramer. Sorry pitched for Mallard. Burglars Enter Five- Places — Burglars entered Fenton business houses last Thursday Anight. At the Thompson Yard's off ifce checks and 85o were taken: at the H6me Oil office, the 'Farmers Elevator, the Goetsch motor office, and the Selby OProduce station nothing was missed. The burglars tailed to hreak into the Home Oil gas station. The same night a. bicycle was stolen at the F. J. "Weisbrod home. Two "hobos were hanging about town the day before. No clues were found. Surprise for Mother, Daughter — 'Mrs. W. C. 'Stamer and her daughter, airs. Amos Finnestad, were pleasantly surprised at the former's home last week Monday, when relatives and friends dropped in to celebrate their 'birthdays: Mes- at 4th Celebration 4 ........ _1... . '-..- ' 11 v .*•••••*• :;•! COATE I •!!»•••»•»' 1MEET (Continued from Page 1.) dames H. E. Reimers, F. J3. Herman Bohn, •W. V. Yager, •Bohn, Dorothea Gerhardt, and Grandma Meyer. Attend Wedding 'of Brother — The Otto Hansens-and the Charles Gappas went to 'Fairmont last week Monday to attend the wedding of Leo Gappa, brother ot Mrs. Hansen bride was The couple and Mr. Gappa. The Alice Wells, Michigan. will be at home at Hollandale July 1st. Irene Newel ti> Texas— Mrs. Kate Newel took Irene Newel to Emmetsburg last Thursday, and fthence Irene accompanied her cousin, LeRoy Newel, Hartley, to Des Moine.s to visit friends and then go by bus to Palestine, Tex., for a vacation with friends. Four to Lutheran Convention— The Rev. and Mrs. H. D. Stahmer and Edw. Greinert, FairviUe, and his son Fred left last week Tuesday to attend a Lutheran-'tonvention at Watertown, Wis. Adelia Mittag accompanied them. They expected to be gone ten days. :he .greatest single force for good in the world. You owe It to yourself and to your posterity to attend church regularly. Come next Sunday. BAPTIST, Arthur S. Hneser, Pastor — We are having a great time in our church Vacation school. Attendance has been good; the work excellent. The school closes tomorrow morning, and there will foe a short program tomorrow evening, at :he close of which everyone will lave a. chance to see handwork done by the boys and girls during the Strong Wind Docs Damage— A heavy wind and rain storm struck, this section early Friday morning. Trees and high 1'ne wires were broken and other small damage, done. Other Fenton News. The Jesse O'Keefe and Asa War- Tier families, 'Ledyard, Mrs. Clar- •ence Ackerman, Lone Rock, the Marcus Lindseys and the Samuel arid Henry Warner families spent Sunday with Mrs. Henry Warner 6r., who Is sick. Her daughter, Mrs. O'Keefe, remained to oare for her. Verona Weisbrod spent Saturday night and Sunday .with her grandr mother, Mrs. J. C. Kresensky, Algona. Her parents, .Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Weisbrod, visited there Sunday, and she returned "with them. Ruth Mae stayed there for a longer visit. Mrs. E. A. Huskamp, who had consulted doctors at the Iowa Lutheran .hospital, returned one day last week, • . accompanied by. her daughter, Mrs. Wesley Witter, arid the latter's little Joan. Mr. Witter came Saturday for the week-end. The H. H. Widdells entertained dinner guests Sunday: Mrs. E. A. Eisenschmidt, Dubuque, daughter Iiouise, Mrs. Manno Peiderson, Minneapolis, son Merton, the Hans and Martin Wilberga, Seneca, Nels Wilberss. and the The Hassan, Troupe. METHODIST, C. T. Hnlse, Fflgtor —1 regard Sunday schools of all faiths as the only effective means to stem the rising tide of vice and crime among our youth. Society carries the heavy burden of criminality chiefly because of the lack of religious training of the youth. If all children could' be kept under the Influence of the Sunday school and if 'the, grown-ups-were active in some church, we could close our prisons and jails instead of being compelled to enlarge and increase ;heir number.—Justice Fawcett; of the Supreme Court of the State of Mew York The churches are ten days Next" Sunday morning, worship at 11. Sunday school at 10; -B. Y. P. U., 7 'p. m. PBESBYTERIAK, J. 1. Cbleman, Pastor—Next Sunday will be Cradle Roil day. All mothers and chliiiren are invited to be present at il a., m. There will be a short program, .arid the sermon theme will be The Mother and the ChilS. 'Parents desiring to present children for baptism will je • ghjen a.n- opportunity. The evening worsnip will be at the Methodist church, and Doctor Lease will be speaker. S*. Benedict Bazaar Sunday William Eich, secretary of the St. Benedict parish, announces a bazaar for next Sunday and Monday which is expected to draw a large attendance. Many amusements are in preparation, and there will be numerous stands. A ball game Is scheduled for Sunday afternoon, and there will be a band concert that night. The women will serve a public stfpper both evenings. Many prizes!will be given away Monday evening, and there will be a bowery dance the same night. The Rev. B. H. Loeffelholz is pastor of the St. Benedict church. IjIJTHERAIf, P. ,T. Braner, Pastor —Next Sunday: Sunday school and Bible class, 9:30 a. m. English communion; preparatory service, 10; Sngllsh preaching, 10:30. Announcements for Lord's Supper Saturday at parsonage. The Concordia Aid meets :his afternoon at the parsonage, A quarterly business meeting for voting: members will be held from Sunday at 2.p. m. week NAZABENE—Saturday evening we expect the Olivet quartet, from Olivet college, Olivet, III., with us for the meeting on the court house lawn . . . Sunday Bible school, 9:45; morning worship, 11, theme, God's Purpose for Us Evening service 8, theme, The Greatest Tragedy . . . Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 8. ST. THOMAS, Louis Dennlnghoff, M. Th., Rector church school, 10 - Next a. m.; Sunday: evening Mrs. Le Roy Newel and her aon 'Franklin spent from Thursday till Sunday with relatives here, and Mr. Newel came after them. They were accompanied home by the. son Warren, who had visited here for some time. Mrs. K. O. Stephenson and Mrs •O. H. Schmidt spent last week Tues•day at Fairmont with the former's another, Mrs. Julius (Peterson, Al- 'gona, at the Fairmont clinic, where •she recently had a goiter operation The Jolin tllfers family spent Friday with Mrs. Ulfers' parents, Mr and Mrs. William Greenfield, Irv- Inston, and their daughter Verabel ixvho hnd visited there ten days Ihome with them. F. 13. Weisbrod, Emmetsburg Fort dealer, Elmer Weisbrod, and Fred Weisbrod made a business trip to Moines Friday, and Ermer drove back a V-8 Ford sedan which he purchased. Mrs. William Lakin and grandchildren, Ruth and Verltn, accompanied Mrs. Floyd Lakin, Esther- vlHe, to her home after a visit at John Espe's Friday. Editor J. A. Schwartz had a visit from his Brother William and the Hatter's family, of Windom, Minn., and his nieces Evelyn and Elaine, Fairmont, Sunday. Little Mary Ellen Stephenson, Nf"Mon, is 'spending several weeks v.'!t)i her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Stephenson, 'and her uncle, K. O. Stephenaon. The O. H. Schmidts spent Sunday with Mrs. Schmidt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Squaire Hudson, -Hurt, and Mrs. Hudson came- here with them for a visit. p. H. Jensen, Fort Dodge, was a business visitor here Saturday, and bis son Perry, attending the ochlal school at Seneca, went home with him. The B. C. Weisbrods left Saturday <or Decorah to get Stanley Munch, attending Luther college. They visited relatives at Calmar Sunday, Dr. Andrews, Algona, was a professional caller hero Friday and was. a. dinner guest of Doctor Meyer at 3?. J. Wei»bro4'a' that evening. Margaret and taren Skare, Rad- c&me last week Tuesday to prayer and sermon, 7:30. The Guild Auxiliary will meet with Mrs. Denninghoff, 601 Palmer St., Emmetsburg, this afternoon. GRAYS LOSE, 1-0, IN GAME VS, BANCROFT The Algona Grays lost Sunday to the Bancroft Lions 1-0 in a pitching battle between- Lefty Gayou, of Algona, and -Frank Lickliter, Bancroft. Bancroft put over thff score in the fourth Inning with the aid of three of the four Algona errors. Cayou pitched! striking out 11 batsmen' and Issuing no walks. Twice with the bases full he pitched out oE a hole with no' runs scoring. Liobllter was equally effective but perfect support saved him on several occasions. ' Algona players seemi to have found themselves. The a<fditiom of Munch and Wander, of Fenton, .will fill, the only weak spots- on' the team. Munch has beem catchins and playing in the outfield; for Luther, college this season. He has an enviable -batting record of over .400 in the Iowa conference, playing In all the games In which Luther participated. Wander is a l&rar student at Iowa U. He was a member of last season's Lone Rock club, and is an outfielder as well as a pitcher. These two boys are expected to give Algona a batting punoHi that has >een lacking in previous games. It is hoped to have obtained a first- lass short-stop .by Sunday. Ar- angements are being- ma«te to that Affect. Sunday at 2:30 the Hampton Plates play the Grays here. The Plates is considered one 1 of the best emi-pro clubs in Iowa. The fea- ure player on this team Is Art Reinhart, a pitcher who- for several ears was a regular with the St. iouls Cardinals. The- Pirates are playing four games ai -week by the aid of a lighting system. The lights are located in the quarter stretch of he Franklin county fair grounds. This team is no doubt the best that vlll play at Algona this summer. than we can evei- repay to these v\o- neers who builded the mind while caring for the body. In ,justlce to ourselves, to the pioneers and to future generations unborn we must carry on the torch of the spirit of knowledge, as it was-brought to us by Father ^Taylor, Mf. Ingham said First Snperlntepdent Speaks, Gardner Cowles, Who followed Mr. Ingham, emphasized the unusual number of really superior students graduated .'from the .Algona schools. It has been a sodrce of amazement for him to note; the number ';. of students who continue into college after leaving Algona schools. The" percentage now is not greater than'it was in the past, though the number has increased, 1 There .has always been that migration from high School; to college in the younger generation In Algona. ' • ' •Mr. • ,Cowles revealed that Captain Ingham's greatest, regret was that he did not kept the old Algona college alive through the grasshopper scourge. He could have swung-the tide by a tremendous effort, but the depression, hopelessness and fear of the times was too much to be overcome. , ' : Mr. Cowles seconded the expressions of both Mr. Godfrey and Mr. Ingham that the important test -of education was not knowledge but is the character instilled in youth from the time they enter school as mere tots till they graduate as budding- men and women. Remarks by Coate, Overmyer. Following ^the talks, the Rev. Mr. Clark asked* if Miss • Coate or Mr. Overmyer would like an opportunity to speak. Miss Coate responded,.and when she arose an unusual burst of applause kept her standing for several moments as the two. clubs gave her an ovation. She said the'sur- prise of the occasion had. taken away her thoughts leaving her a little bewildered. She thanked the clubs for their honor, and said she was passing the time on to Supt. Overmyer. *•Mr. Overmyer, somewhat shaken by the occasion, paid tribute to the spirit of the .town. Algona, in. educational circles, is noted as among the best towns In the state in which to teach. Algonians have always been interested in knowledge, and wining to back the schools in teaching Its youth. Teachers have found that it Is a real pleasure and inspiration to work and live in Algona, where manhood' and womanhood have always-been placed at the forefront fn the necessities of; an duca- tlon. He joined with Mr. Cowles, Mr. Ingham and Mr. Godfrey In hoping that the spirit wouia always remain to bff carried on to the students to come as- ft had been- brought to the students- of yesterday and today by the pioneers. jjj^-. - * Blue Hill, fletf.,.,fuAe if "—il want t« nmke A cofree'tlon, toll* sfeV that • KAtlfe -BiaCktord, of Glendale, Catlf., "daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. J. E. filacU- ford," has been installed ds regent of a D, A. R. chapter. She IS the daughter ot the "late Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Blackford'ahd Is my niece. As you have it, the mention would refer to a sister of mine Who died in l&li.^-Geo. E. iBIaCkford. Correction accepted. It was the EdW. Blackfords whom the Advance had in mind, but the wrong Initials were used inadvertently. visit the parental Samuel Skares. She went back Thursday. The Rey. J. T. Snyder and Margaret Stephenson went • to Mason City last week Wednesday on a business mission. Mrs. Harold Stedman, Glidden, and her son Henry Edgar made an over-Sunday visit at the parental H. C. Lindsey's. The Jacob Hengels are entertaining their daughters Eldora and Louise, Des Moines. Eldora will remain for some time. • The O. J. Stephensons were o'clock dinner guests at Nels Mitchell's. Algona, last week Wednesday evening. Claudia Voigt and Barbara Randall were joint hostesses at a lawn party Saturday night at C. C Voigt's. Maurice Bllsborough had his tonsils removed at Dr. W. D. Andrews hospital at Algona Friday. The G. M. Millers, Ringsted, spent last Thursday with their daughter Mrs. G. G. Humphrey. The C. G. Humphreys and C. H Humphrey spent Sunday at G. M Miller's, Ringsted. Mrs. Dorthea Gerhardt spent few days last week with Beulal Larson, Burt. iome. Algonians will recall J. S Kroh, who, If memory is not mis taken, was for a year or two an os teopath or a chiropractor here prio ••to -the 20'g. He now publishes th Keith County, Neb., 'News, and in editorial comment in last week's is sue he rejoiced over the defeat o Brookhart. In a copy sept to th Advance one editorial and three edi torial paragraphs were marked Jn which flings were taken at the re publican Insurgent representation in the senate. One was devoted to Sen ator Norris, of Nebraska, Apparent ly Mr. Kroh is a standpatter in poll 7UTTEND ANNUAL DUTTON RFJNION Tmy annual Dntton 1 family reunion was KeTd: at the fair grounds Saturday, and 1 dinner was- served at noon, after; which there was- a short program and officers were; 'ejected: W. A. Button, reelected 1 president; Mrs. Wallk-oe- MtaArtftur;.' reelBeted secretary-treasurer. The rest of the afternoon was spent at kittenball, horseshoe pitching', and visiting. There were 71 lir attendance: Mr: and 1 Mrs. W. A. Button, Mr. and' Mrs; L. R.. Duttoit, Mr. and Mrs: IT. L. Button, daughters Hazel, Evelyn, Donna Jean, Mr. and Mrs. WallU.ee MoArthur; Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Coleman, daughters Elizabeth, ALGONA SCHOOL'S RECORD PRAISED ;' BYS||JrPREJ 'Motivated undoubtedly by knowledge that the Kiwanls and Rotary clubs'were celebrating the achievements of the Algona high school in the state academic tests of the last few years and were paying tribute to Supt. Overmyer and Mlas -Xl!oate, President W. A. Jessup, of the state university, spoke feelingly : at a summer session assembly ?at the •Natural Science auditorium at Iowa City last. Thursday "morning.. Kate Skinner, superintendent pf the Lu Verne schools, herself a brilliant product of the Algona schools, heard President Jessup, and next day she wrote the following letter to Mr. Overmyer: "I wish you might have sat with me at , this' convocation' program (I'm enclosing: sheet) and have •heard the eulogy on Algona, you, and ;Miss - Coate , whicft . President Jessup gave. Perhaps because I'm now teaching myself, I appreciate what It would haye meant to you; atid It thrilled me, because, as one of'your' students, I realized that It was so fully deserved. "President Jessup told of the high standards maintained by Algona in the past four years- of the academic meet, of the great Influence you had exerted for tfre 1 good 1 of the community, and of the- enviable status of Algona among- all the high schools of the state. He ributed If to the Stability of school, because school authorities fere wise enough to keep you and" Vffss Coate at the helm through- so many years, and he pictured' tire hrill of success that must come to yon after more 'than 25 years of ser- ffco to have attained this peak of success. '•••" - '' ;'i'''••_ ; ._ "It was a splendid tribute to youv (Tr. Overmyer, and it made me happy to hear it given before so many Intelligent 'school people. For uch a group must have known that more than 25 years of such effort meant having encountered endless (TifrrcnTttes and criticism; yet the achievement will always stand. You can sorely say. 'It has been worttt- i best- working, years, of my life- 'o have brought this.; about.' ' ' "Kb- one appreciates your work more thoroughly than'I; for 1 1 feeV :hat ynnr inspiration and commendation have meant much to me perT sonaHy. I certainly wish that after a lifetime of v teaching I may have :fte same assurance of work well' ffonev.'" ^LOCALS The W. R. C. club will meet next Wednesday afternoon with Mary 3uryea; assisting hostesses: Mesdames Anna Falfcenhalner, Ida Yae- ;er, Kate Turner, Mary Taylor, Mary Williams, Hattie Willey. ' ' The Loyal Temperance Legion will meet with Mrs. Ellis McWhor- :er tomorrow at 3 p. m. There will be a lawn picnic, and each family attending is to take a covered-dish, sandwiches, dishes, and cuttlery. Wilfred Resseguie, Evanston, 111., daughter. Joan, and the former's uncle, William McGlrr, Mollne, 111., went home "yesterday, after a visit since Saturday with Wilfred's mother, Mrs. T, H. Holmes. Mr, McGirr is Mrs. Holmes' brother. Mr, Resseguie was to pick up his wife and infant son at Clinton, where they and John had spent six weeks with Mrs. Resseguie's mother, Wilfred is employed in the Continental Illinois Trust & Savings bank, Chicago. An even dozen new V-8 and 4- cylinder new Fords had been sold by the Kent garage up to Sunday, and Mr. Kent said cars were going as fast as he could get them. The new Minerva, 1 '. PhynVsu.vMsrcena, son Ross, all of Al'gona, • •' ^ Mr. and Mrs. Leon Worden, s Harvey, Mr. and' Mrs; CTtfton Engelby, son OrviTte, Leffyard; Mr. and Ed Campbeir, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Campbell, daughter Bernice, sons Duane and 1 Kenneth, Fenton; Mr. and Mrs. C: D. Montgomery, son Pferce, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Juhl, Forest City. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bamsey, Mr, and Mrs.; Mike Karnts, daughters Geneva and Shirley, sons Mike and Eugene, Mrs. Charles Walker, daughter EVelyn, an of Lake Park; George Worden, Dows; Mr. and Mrs. Hubert White, Cedar' -Falls; Mrs. Robert Mallow, daughter Esther, Penzance, Sask. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Worden daughters Laura and Lavina, sons John, Raymond, Dwight, Mr. 'and Mrs. Robert Button, daughter Mildred, Walter Button, daughters Laura, Dorothy, Marion, Helen, sons iRobert and Ralph, Mr. and Mrs Otto Rlchter Fred Button, all of Elmore. Union owners are P. J. Waldron, Peterson, Harold Sorensen, Lucille M. H. 70 ATTEND ANNUAL POnER_REUNI(W Thw 14th annual Potter reunion* was held Sunday at the Ambrose A. can atato park, 70 persons attending? as- follows:. Mrs. Ellen Potter, Sioux City; Mre, Mabel Potter, Spencer; Mr-. and Mrs. James Reid, Hector, Minn., Telfa and James Jr.; Mr. and' Mra. Say Miner, Merlden, and Billy Rayr Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Potter, ' Fort Oodge, two eons; Br. and Mrs; L. B. Potter, Storm Lake, three children; Dr. and Mrs. L. R. Potter, Schalter, four children; Charley Potler Jr., Batteneau, N. B.; Mr:, and Mrs., Alvln Nelson, Ringsted';- Mr. and. Mrs. Victor Appiegate- and Boris. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Gardner, Bancroft; Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Miller and Betty, and'Mr. and Mrs. Forbes Shiltz, all of Irvinghm; Mrs. L. E, Potter and Mra., Mae Miller, Algona; Mr. and Mrs, F. L. Miller- the H. L., C. H., E..C., B^ H., L, A., C A. and Mrs. L. B. Potter families; Ray Gardner S^vea City, aijd Mrs. Bernice Peterson,-'Armstrong. Joann and Joyce Potter and Betty » • •••kllMMci mm (tJontlrtuea frbni.t'age 1.) Creek, which Bunder, (Sift IHe Dlefs. A ^similar occun-enfce in-....SeCi ,, ; l?j Plum Greek, let a,60-fti, Concrete bridge down. County Engineer Sniith said Monday that It was believed the two bridges could DB raised on new piling. ' * >' Prairie Greek, Which starts Hear Wesley, flows Into the Boone, and la adding Its water to a'flood that swept the Boone out of banks at Webster City and caused huge damage. , ', Miller gave recitations-, Joyce and Richard Potter sang; and there was group singing. Piano numbers h?d been prepared, but there was - no piano at the Shelter house. Officers were elected: Mrsf. Susie Rlst Reid, president; Dr. L. D. Potter, vice,president; Mrs v Sadie 'Ppt- ter Gardner, secretary-treasurer. The time and place for the i933 re* .union will be the same as this year's. ' • i . Mrs. L, E, Potter left Sunday evening with the Miners for a visit; Mrs. L.' Day Potter and her children remained to visit Mrs. Potter.'s parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Helse till Monday; the Dr. L. Ray Potters spent Sunday night with the Ap- plegates. Mrs. Ellen Potter returned i to Sioux City Monday,, and the Reids left Tuesday -for home. Want Ads 50-ACRE CREEK PASTURE FOR rent, cheap.—Carl Hutchlns. p41 .FOR RENT—MODERN HOUSE. — Phone 316-J. 6p41 CHILD'S LOOM-WOVEN FIBER sulky for sale, cheap. In good condition. Phone 503.' ' %v '13p40-41 REAL ESTATE — RENTALS— small loans—insurance. —. Algona Insurance Agency. • " ,9u36tf MODERN APARTMENT FOR rent. —Kossuth County State Bank Examiner In, Charge. • . Ilu31tf : FOR SALE—MODEL AA FORD truck in good condition; also Schumann piano.—Call Advance. p41 AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE — low. rates—full coverag'e.-^-Algona Insurance Agency. 9u36tf MARRIED M'AN WANTS WORK— Any kind; farm work preferred.— Amos Kromlnga, Burt. 12p40-41' FOR SALE—ONE 30-BU. FEED- er; SO steel posts .and 60 rods hog wire. like new.—Phone 28F22. 18p41 FOR RENT—4-KOOM: FURNISHED Or unfurnished _apartmerit. Private entrance.—Algona Real Shoe .Shop, ne 44. 16p41 PIA'NO TUNING—EXPERT AND artistic. Satisfactory references. —<S. Ray Smith, 821 Elm> st. 12p38-42 SDTALL .LOANS MADE—$50 UP to ?3W—•no waiting. Loans' made at onw,—tAIgona Insurance Agency; . 16u36tf FOR PRACTICAL NURSING, ES- jjeefally maternity cases, see Mrs. A.. HE. Collinson, 915 E. Elm street, x '.' " ' . ' ','• 12P.40-43. FOK RENT —BRICK STORE bofldmg 22x110 ft., cement basement, on East State street; also one mmtarn residence. W. E, Naudain. ':.'• 20p40-41 FEJED We have Chick :Mash Chick jGrowing Mash No Cora Codliver Oil and Buttermilk. •Falkenhainer, Herman Hintz, liam Bell, Edw. Reimers, Wil- John Storm, and Fred Ward. All bought two-door sedans. C. R. La Barre has" a new four-door sedan; Barney Casler, a coupe; and p. -Wane R. Collins, a cabriolet. Margaret Schemel, who had spent several days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Schemel, went to Alton with her brother, Father Schemel, Sunday for a visit before going to Omaha to attend summer school at Creiffhton •university. She is a novice of the' Franciscan Slsterq of Perpetual Adoration and will take the veil August 10- iLast year she taught in a convent school at La Crosse, where the mother house te situated. At Omaha §*»e will wtu> her brothejr • ^j»it« »." Mrs. Merville Rugg, Buhl, Ida. and her 12-year-old daughter Phyl lis were at W. J. Weisbrod's, Fen ton, last .week Sunday and Monday en route to Rochester, where Phyl lis is to receive treatment three months at the Mayo clinic. She i afflicted with an uncommon all ment, and she spent three months at Rochester 'last summer. Mrs Rugg Is Vesta, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ' Max Bau, now of Canada, who once owned and for many years lived on the present ' Mrs. Mary Keefe farm. The Mesdames Weisbrod and Bau are slaters. The Ruggs plan to stop here again on their way home In the falL Continued rain, with water CO!T lectlng on low land,s, Is endangering the corn crop on many farms. Cloudy skies have been more com. mon than sunahiae, but S*turd*x'« clear skies gave promise of better weather. The Good Hope Sunday school board will meet this week Wednesday with the pastor. Albert Gould suffered a gash on one hand 'last yhjiraday was cracking a, car. fhe protected by a leather Over The 4th GREATLY REDUCED Rail Fares IB Chair Can Nearly *»»•* 9 CUNTS 4 "Cheaper per alto tbaB 4?iviPV' 9 y»i<* S4FEH FAST|!4 More Cota»l9rtable ROUND TRIP EXCURSIONS Go M e»riy «i JUIfl! «*% CHICAGO * North Wettern lay 25th •KJffcSSi The success' of our thr'ee hour' specials prompts us tn eustohiere another rousing special for this week R P ,,,, n , r ol » sale is tot a llmttea time ONLY-rlt is om- wish'to se, v r ' lhls >! customers as possibJe^satlsfadtoiflly but you must overinnifli 1111 " 17 ednvjimiehce Of waiting, {M ermvdVare too great. w e ^ the '«•" ,We offe* -this week SO N ,fine ellk dres*ses—in both Hcht n, i shades which sold up 0 to^iSXmand *20,oo, THESE A i™ datk NEW GARMENTS. This la a/cleanup—not a sale of n™• ? N ° T You will find many remarkable'"bargains here in «i ze i 141 Ws Nonejlbf the styles are-completely r out'of date—this isn't "i l °, W ' every*dres» we offer 18 worth many -times the price vou it. These are - bargains—and for thtee 'hours we »fr n , for dresses., ,^, * H ., ' „ <>, . , th «e Z for $5.00 . Still some of those ladles' and children's wash dresses left — for 'quick .clearance ' ___ !i ______ k fie ,on hand for your share of the bargains. «VFou An & t/Of We have seven last <yearV SHORT coats*" In stock— if you „ short 'woman in a small size—jnothing over IS and mostiv i? iWou may buy one ,( ' fl»o A^ ofTtoese coats at ------- 1 -------- '.1 ----- ....... ______ $2*05 kenember the date anil place-r-Chrlgchllleft ft Herbst Saturd afternoon, Jniie 85th, from 2 to 5 o'clock. '* t TWO BIO PHOENIX HOSIERY SPECIALS We 'have Just received word from the Phoenix Hosiery Company that radical price reductions ..have been made on two very popular number*. We offer the following spcials, beginning Saturday June ZStli. i *' NO. 353 Sheer chiffon high twist all silk, plain picot edge, lock gar /ter-run stop, silk plaited cradle sole with French heel, tip-toe reinforcement reduced'-' •*•''-, from 85c to 69c NO. 352'High twist pure silk semi-service, mercerized hem with green stripes, mercerized cradle foot with French heel, /Jfl tip toe; reinforcement-reduced from 85c to i.Ot/C Take advantage of these two outstanding hosiery values, not -old '•• shop worn goods but brand new merchandise." There is no better silk hosiery made than ; Phoenix—that 4s why our hosiery department Is the most popular In Algona. HOW MUCH WOUIO) YOU PAY TO BE BID OF RHEUMATIC PAINS IH;48 HOURS '~Would You Pay 85 Cent*! Well: Here's a chance for you to be spry once more-—to do your work cheerfully without one twinge « •Here'* a positive guarantee tha 119 rheumatism sufferer can afford to pass up—you can be free from agonfcjpg Rheumatism — and keen free from" it. Get one 85 cent bottle of Allenru from E, W. Lu ? by, druggist, or anj progressive druggist with the un 4w»t»nwog that your pain* *£ torture-wiU^ll be gone In 48 hour or money back.. ^ • And when pains are gone kee; Wt »l toarmJFui uric "acid is out your body-Happiness c'omw ' tblg wonderful pr$ :now H—.you r OOt .ores' —we're going right on with the big June Food Sale! COLD STREAM PINK SALMON SUITANA FANCY O TALL 49 RED SALMON A CANS ™ ;; ' ' IONA BRAND TOMATOES I NO.2 CANS 25c Full Standard Quality l-lb. Box Premium Sodas £35*}! £&„ 19c Gold Medal *%*£ Flour £&* 67c 4 £*$1.27 PalmolIVeSoap. ,..,,. 4CAKEs23e Sparkle*, all flavors ...... PKQ. 5c Jello, all flavors ...... 3 PKGS. 22c C & H Cane Sugar 25 lb. $1.15 10O.lb.f4.39 l<Mb.46c Uneede lakers Thrift Iced Assortment LB. 15c Vo» Camp's Tomato Juice . . . » CANS 19c Super Suds .... f ... twos. We Quaker Crockets . ...... . 2 PKGS. I7e Chate A Sanbom Seoibrand Coffee «••• 33c HMs Bros. Coffee ... . . . «.cA N 3§< ApriCOtS . . N0.10CAN40C Del Monte Peaches *$$&&* . NO. ^ CAN 2k Del Monte •arriett Pears . . • NO. 2 CAN I9c ' Armour'* Cooked Corned ieef I«-QZ.CAN I9c Helm Ketchup . . , . . t «-or.iOTrul9c WB GREAT AltAUnC ft PAClfIC fBA^ i SECOND ANNUAL TRIUMPHAL OPENING OF The Annex ^^^**!*"7"J"^iWPPP, Spl|i HUPJPP'P^*^ f^Spt4«fly^^ gftin p Jwl • 7

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