Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 30, 1932 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 30, 1932
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•*.. V"' MIDN ITS FROM !HT SWIM (Continued from Page'<!.). -t- .City. Thence the couple cairie to .Bancroft in August, 1931. Besides the 'husband -and daughter,- Marian Ixmlse,' Mrs: Thacker wns survived by. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter O Brlen, (two brothers, Eugene and Joseph, two sisters, Mrs. Bert Wiggins and Mrs. Carl Berger, all of Emmetsburg. , ' Emmetslmrg- Church Crowded. <A large number of out-of-town persons attended the funeral, as follows: The Bert, Glenn, and William Thackerfl, the V. M. Hansons, the Lorin Skinners, the George Wid- ners, Claude Thacker, Wayne Der- tnit, Marvin Dermlt, Leland Dertnit, Mrs. Clara Thacker. and Mrs. Harold Ansenus, all of Sioux City; Clyde Foster.,.., Des Moines; the W. J. and Harold O'Briens and the C. J. Caseya, the William Lattimers, and the Harold Hoods, all of Mason City. The William O'Briens, Algona; Mrs. Archie Evans, Mrs. William Evans, Lucille Evans, Elizabeth •Lawless, Estherville; Mrs. V. Hayes, Eagle Grove; the Rev. Fathers A. Conlon and Leo Berger, Sioux City. The Delbert Conlons, the 'Nick and J. H. Sheridans, the Bridget Quinns, the Emory Deiterings, the Charles OBakers, Isabel Saunders, Jos. Wil- helrni, Tom Cogley, Charles Smith, •Mike Hoffman, La Verne Wolf, the Jos. Menkes, the Frank McGuires, Miss Cilbertson, the A. H. Foths, the L. ,T. Mousels, Nick and Vess Nemmers, Louis Conway, the William Quinns, Frank Recker, Jos. Devlin, the A. H. Deiterings, Emil Schemmel, Arthur Welp,.. .William Janvrin, and the Misses Coyne, Dyer, and Fox, all of Bancroft. By Whktir i. Mi Allw At close of business June 28, 19^2. HOGS Best sorted lights, 180-230 lbs.-$3 90 Best med. wt. butch., 230-260—^.70 Best prime hvy. butch, 260-300-13.60 Best hvy. butch., 300-550 Ibs.—-$3.50 baby {.Packing sows. 300 to 400 Ibs. —$3.00 "Best sows, 450 to 500 lbs.-?2,50-$2.70 CATTLE Canners —: $1.00-|1.25 .Bulls —— ?1.76 to $2.25 .Cutters — ^ -$1.25 to $1.76 Fat cows — $2.00 tJo $3.00 Veal calves ——$3.00 to 34.60 Fat steers —.———$4.00 to $6.50 Yearlings — $3.50 to $4.50 POULTRY Hens, heavy — .0.9 Hens, Leghorn and under 4 Ibs. ^"8 Cocks —.— .03 PRODUCE Eggs, graded No.-l .11 Eggs, graded No. 2 '.07 Cash cream —:— .12 GRAIN No. 2 yellow corn _—' — 22% No. 3 yellow corn : .21% No. 3 white oats —.13% •Feed barley .28 HIDES Calf and cow, Ib. %c Horse $1.00 Colt hides, each .50 Jly a Staff Writer. Reconstruction of the probable events during the 'drowning Indicates that Mrs. Thacker attempted to save Mr. Kennedy, who suffered cramps from the cold water, was an excellent swimmer, but She ap- .parently she was unable to saye him, and she lost her own life in the attempt. Mrs. Kennedy was also overcome by the icy water, but she ^suc.ceeded in reaching the bank, as did Mr. Thacker iflso. Mr. Thacker ran to the Anton Stork farm and phoned to Bancroft for aid, which came quickly after "the fire siren had been sounded. Expert swimmers dived for the bodies, notably Harrjr Hiltz, AHfert Delter- ing, and Jos. Johnson; but the chill waters below the surface forced them to the surface time and again, even alter the bodies were located. A. W. Kennedy^ brother of the vice president, has taken charge of the bank, with the assistance of Margaret Schiltz, bookkeeper for the last several years. A. W. was associated with the bank some years ago, but of late years had devoted his exclusive attention to operation of the Kennedy Bros, store. The Algona Markets Lone Rock Margaret, Berneyce, and Imogene Roderick, Gladys and Kathryn Ste- britz, Elma Krueger, Beulah Gladstone, Georgetta Davison, of Mason City, Dorothy Macumber and Mrs. Alfred Krueger spent the week on a camping trip at Silverside lake. The community and Bible school picnic was, also held.,there Friday. Joe and .Robert Davison, of Mason City came last Thursday for a short visit at the'vL. R. Roderick and Bob Dransfeldt homes. Fred Wegener has been doing repair work at the G. A. Sharp store <for the last few days. Ersel Blanchard, Charles Alme, and Alfred Krueger went to Silverside last Thursday evening to visit the Lone Rock girls camping there. Donald went to and Harlan Mason City Blanchard last week Wednesday on business. Donald played ball with the Corwith team there. Frank Dacken went to Hamlln to bring home Lester Dacken and wife who were married there last week. They will stay here for a. short visit, and then will return to Oakdale, where he has been a patient In the sanitarium-.for several years. The Mite society met at the Willis Cotton home last Thursday. Mrs. CHarley Shelllto and daughter Norma, of Ames, came last Thursday to visit at iN. L. Cotton's. . The Larkan club met at the Ed OFai-ris home last week Wednesday. Mrs. (Laidley and daughters, of Estherville, and Mrs. Peterson, of Ringsted, visited aft Alex Krueger's last Thursday. Mrs. Otis Sanders and daughters- France* Avhtgf is Honored- Mrs. W. f w. SUlllvan entertained at a bridge accessdry shower last Thursday night in honor of Frances Duhigg, Emmetsburg, who was married this morning at Emmetsburg to H). C. McMahon, Algona. Bridge was played at three tables, Mrs. J. M. Herbst .winning the high score. Mrs. Charles Duhigg Jr., of E'mmetsburg, won a cut prize. After bridge refreshments were-.'served, and after lunch'i the honoree unwrapped gifts. ' Other oUt-of-town guests were Mrs. T. F. Rutledge, Mrs. A. R. Bailey, Mrs. John McDonald, and Mary Kelley, all of Em- nietsburg.- Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Miller and Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Kent entertained 30 •friends at dinner and bridge at the Country club clubhouse last week Wednesday 'night in honor of 'Miss Duhigg and MV. McMahon. The high scores were won by Mrs. E. A. Schemel and W. A. Lorenz, and Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Sullivan won ' a family prize. The honoree received a gift. Out-of-town '. guests were: Mrs. Ray Nearyi Omaha, and James Duhigg, all of 'Emmetsburg. Two Guilds Are Entertained— Mrss Louis Dennlnghoff, Emmetsburg, entertained the Algona and Emmetsburg Episcopal Guilds at her Wesle ,. anl , PInd Pa rk Wet- home last Thursday. The afternoon The c \ r , H ansens and was spent at visiting, after which refreshments were served. Mrs. Denninghoff is the wife of/the Rev. Father . Denninghoff, rector of the Emmetsburg and Algona Episcopal churches. Algonlans In .'attendance : SLEYG .Ubl» I 5 Wl ISBANDTOGO OANNA were Mesdames Walter fFraser, Austin Gardner, T. H. Holmes Jr., Fred Ward, D. D. Paxson, C. H. Williams, Dora Fraser, Louise Hyde, Claire Anderson, Laura Benschoter, and Henry Tjaden, and Miss Lettle Matson. Evening Club Party Next Week— A Country club afternoon bridge party Tuesday afternoon was In charge of Mrs. S. E. McMahon; Mrs. Ben Hynds, assisting hostess. Bridge was played at nine tables, Mrs. G. W. Stillman and Mrs. R. H. Miller winning the high scores. The next evening party is scheduled for next Tuesday night, with the following committee: Messrs, and Mesdames W. A.-Foster and D. A. Barnard, Dr. and Mrs. L. G. Baker, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. La Barre, Delia Welter, Elizabeth Nugent, Ed Holecek, F. C. Zender, and Jas. McDonald. , visited' her store is now being looked after by|jj e ] m i cej at Claus J. E. Kennedy, father of A. W. and L. F. L. T 1 . Kennedy had been vice president and acting cashier since A. O. Stromseth; cashier, resigned recently to open a new bank at Atwater, Minn. L. P. had been cashier for a number of years.• The Kennedys, father and sons, besides their Bancroft banking interests and department store, had another store at Hutchinson, Minn., operated by the other brother. At the time of the drowning the two brothers and a.party of Bancroft men were fishing at Lake Osakis, Minn. R. E. Hutton, member of the garty, was reached by telephone, -and -the .group,-, which : .had reached the. lake only the day before, returned immediately to Bancroft. FOUR CLUBS IN JOINT MEETING AT CALL PARK Four Corners, June 28- : -The M. & D. club took part in a joint picnic •With the Union, Cresco, and Plum Creek clubs, the latter club being hostess, last week Wednesday at the Ambrose A. Call state park. , The program announced by Mrs. Nellie MoWhorter, follows: Welcome; recitation by Mary -Joyce McWhorter; ' piano solo, Aline Martinek; reading, Margaret Vigars; rhythm band ex- •ercise. Union No. ,7 school, Mrs. E. A. Genrich, teachar^ reading, Gene-, 'vieve Patterson; vocal duet, Messrs. •Bourne and Sarchett; play, Heroine, Villain, and Everything, Miss Peter- eon and Mrs. Smith, of Plum Creek; Wednesday, day. 'Fred Genrich and Ed mother, Mrs. Renwick, last They returned Satur- weeftr Blancharff went to Cedar (Falls Sunday to bring home Mrs. M. E. Blanchard, LucllTe Genrich, and Edna Mantor, who have been staying at the Mantor home for .several weeks. Ruth Householder took the teachers', examinations at Algona last week Wednesday, Thursday, and' Friday. Milton Dahl, of Algona, visited at H. J. Rice's 'Friday. : ...,Alma Madison returned home last week Tuesday after attending an appendicitis case at Armstrong. Mrs. Arthur Sprank went to Fenton^last w^ek,-Monday ',to> care for her s'ister, Mrs. Fred'Flaig, who has beenjll, John Sprank went to the Mankato hospital Sunday for a blood transfusion. The grand opening dance of Chip's- pavilion was held last week Thursday. . Vincent Lopez Debutantes, of New York,, furnished music. Birthday Club Goes to Lake— The Birthday club of which Mrs. W. C. Dewel is a member spent Friday at" the Dewel cottage at Algona beach, Clear Lake. They took baskets of food for dinner and lunch. The afternoon was spent at bridge, Mrs. M. P. Weaver winning thfe •high score, Mrs. D. H. Goeders low. Other members are Mesdames S. E. McMahon, W. B. Quarton, F. W. Wehler, H. E. Rist, Al Falkenhain- er, T. P. Harrington, M. P. Haggard, Wm. K. Ferguson, and A. L. Peterson. Delinerfg Hare Family Reunion— The William Dehnert family met at the Ambrose A. Call state park Sunday for a family reunion. Dinner was served at noon to 38 persons. The group consisted, besides the elder DeYinertsr, of Florence and Leon Dehnertr the Frank Yates family, Clinton, m.; the Clifford DeftnertB, Mlmveapolis; the Edw. Dehnerts, Lu Verne r the Edw. Hauptmana, Cbrwtth; the Roy Jen- Wesley. r June 28 — Lieut, and Mrs. Albert G. Mumma, their soiA Jerry and John, came last Thursday for two weeks with Mrs. Mumma's parents, Mr. attd Mrs, M. J. Braley. From here they Will go to Chicago for two weeks with Lieut. Mumma's parents, then to Ohio for a few days with his grandparents. Thence they will go to Annapolis, where Lieut. Mtimma will take a postgraduate course In the naval academy.-. , He has recently been on .the destroyer U. S. S. Waters, at San Diego, where ,the family made 'Its home. Outdoor lesson is Attractive— •Fifteen women attended the meeting of the Methodist W.' F. M. S. with Mrs. Herman Ostercamp Friday afternoon. Because of the heat, the session was held outdoors,- and later, lunch was served there. Mrs. Marie Nelson led the lesson, the fourth chapter, of Christ Comes to the Village. Mrs. Ostercamp pro? pounded the May Mystery Box ques^. tlons* and Mrs. Amesbury those for June. their daughter, Mrs, Gordon C. Glddlngs, with her husband, Sunday attended the annual strawberry, picnic given to the family . by Mrs. Hansen's brother, Stanley Conklln, of Webster City. The groups met at Goldfield, but 'as the park there had recently been underwater, they drove to Lake Cornelia, near Clarion. . Tots Show Bible Knowledge — The program following the vacation Bible school will be given at the Methodist church at 11 o'cloclc next Sunday morning. .-While the subject matter is entertaining, it also Indicates .the scope and lasting results of the children's study and memory work. The Bible Study class meets this week Tuesday even- Ing, and will review John 20. OH Station Jnlr 1— James Hodges was moving- part of his equipment Monday from the old location in the Butts & Uhl'enhake building in east Wesley, to hi» new building at the other end of town. The Standard Oil company will rent the building from him and employ him as manager. His lease of the old building runs out July 1. Pastor In Impressive Sermon— The Rev. Mr. McNulty spoke ably from the Methodist pulpit Sunday- morning, on The Print. of the Nails, based on j'dhn 20:24. His'persuasive argument was that Christians, to be recognized as such, must bear the distinguishing marks of self-sacrifice. Gone Month, Pnstor Beturns— The Rev. R. Bernsten, pststor of the Britt, Wesley, and Upper Flat Congregational churches, returned Sunday, following a month spent In evangelistic work in Canada. He will how regularly fill his charges. Aid Meet. Well Attended— F.orty persons attended the Aid sens, Lone Rocfcr and WllTsons, Algona. the- 'L. G. I South Arlene Fraser. Lunch to more than 175 per- piano solo, •was served eons. Drowning hi Swimming Pool- Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Bjustrom, son Cecil, • and the Roy Bjustroms, Algona, spent last Thursday at (Boone, attending the funeral of Mrs. A. C. Bjustrom'a niece, Mrs. William Wlieelock, who was drowned In a bathing pool there last week Tuesday in a heart attack. Gallstones and Appendix Removed— Mrs. Chester Robinson underwent a gallstones operation at the Kos- Her She Messrs. and Mesdames G. W. and iRay Brown motored to Fort Dodge Sunday, and Mrs. D. D. Sparks and Charles William accompanied them, all to attend the annual Brown family reunion at Olson's park. Mrs. L. Judd (Brown, Boone, and her children, were among 50' persons in attendance. Because of rain, there was no program. The old officers are to hold over a year. G. W. Brown is president. euth hospital Saturday night. appendix was taiao removed. had been bedfast at her home since June 12. The Harry Sundings were hosts Saturday night and Sunday to the C. J. Helbergs, Ames. The Aid society meets this week Wednesday with Mrs. C. H. Potter. The M. & D. club meets this week Thursday with Mrs. M. L. Dutton. This club was represented by 24 members at a joint Cresco-Four Corners-Union M. & D. picnic last week Wednesday. Arthur Powell, Clear Lake, came Sunday to work here during har vest, He reported his brother Bay able to be about and help some with the garden work. Earl was badly burned a year ago while he was ex Entertain at Two Parties— •Mrs; J. F. Overmyer and 1 Mrs. Al FalkenTiafner entertained 20' women Monday night. At 6:30 a three- course dinner- was- served at small •tables centered with botrqaets of delphinians and 1 daisies, and 1 the after dinner hours were spent at Bridge, MaBlfe' Oatty, Minneapolis, •and Mrs, 'W. G'. McCirlloug?* winning the high scores; Mrs.'Overmyer and Mrs; Falkenhainer also entertained 16' women last nigfrt at dinner and bri'd'ge. Surprise' Birthday Party Rlren— •Evelyn Van Allen was IT Monday, and a few friend's surprised her that night by dropping in for the evening; Games were played till 10, when refreshments- were served, after which the girls- went to St. Benedict for a dance. The group consisted of Catherine Cavanaugh, Margaret MalToy, Betty Gunn, Chester Wilden, Loyd Keith, Arthur Maasdam, and "WTndelT Jorgengpn. Ruth ftronwall Is Bride- Ruth, daughter of L. A. Gronwall, Algona, was married June 11 .to Charles Miner,'Des,Moines, at Em- porla, Kas. After a" wedding trip to mints in Colorado they will live at Omaha, where Mr. Miller is manager of the Home Insulation company, meeting with "Mrs. Haynes last week Wednesday. A short business session was held, and lunch was served, the Mesdames W. Hutchinson and Gale Stockwell assisting. Ontdoor Cafe for Summer— Albert Reno, of the Wesley hotel, Is erecting an .arch between his building and that belonging to Miss McPherson. Tables will be placed •beneath, and ice cream, etc., served there on warm evenings. Itftifttft ktti gtfn&fe* Lit* lldti .fdnnaoii' in fcsslstto'r tier* aUnt, Mrs. Lee Gofetk, '6ft the farm, , Mlra Sttider, taking nurse*' train* ing at' Rocliester, Will go back this week "Tuesday, follow Ing two weeks wlthtWefiley i-elatlves. , '• > The George Wards drove to Slue Bafrth Monday, to Visit Mrs. WArcL's parents, Mr, and Mrs. Oeorge Schlm* mel. -' Nathan Studer went t6 Mason City Monday to consult Doctof O'Brien regarding his eyes. Numbers from Wesley attended the Catholic baitaar at St. Benedict Sunday, evening. REPUBLICANS FACE LIQUOR PLMBATTLE (Continued from Page 1.) of the convention, 'if' any, to instruct delegates on the Long-Fischer auditorshlp nomination by the state 'convention. Long, who had only an Si-vote plurality over Fischer, did not receive the required 35 per cent necessary to nominate. (Fischer carried- this county by 450 votes over Long, and it Is presumed that if the Kossuth delegation to the state convention is instructed' the Instruction will be in favor of Tlsch- er.' ''..'. •• . . ; " . Sympathy for Long* who was ousted by Governor Turner when Irregular expenditures wereu discovered, is credited with being -responsible for -the large Long-vote;, but It is difficult to imagine'either ,the county, or the state .convention " giving him the nomination .In; view of his record. • . . , ,..,-: •'.'.»'."."' ... - Expanding lowA , Whoso product-is not affected depression, la' dividing: lowd Into dls*. jtrfcta and will employ' prte- hian^m each division *ft»'supervise lt# bust- neas. - t * i , • • J " Mah chosen- Will be gtuarante^W $44d6 yearly, and we expect >td pay him more than this amourtt, Our business Is conducted along rigid line's 6utlthed»by ourselves, and/he Will be expected to spend one Week without Intfome In studying oUr routine methods, etc. . The men chosen will be, those whom we feel Will put forth their best efforts at all times, ; Successful applicants will be given a contract for one year and must be able to furnish good references, and will be required to place $300 cash bond, which draws 6 per cent Interest as a ^guarantee that he will 'remain In our employ for one year. For further information write T. E. Ma'chen, 60S Old Colony Bldg., Des Molnes, Iowa. ' 161(2)42 WantAd* WANTED—HOUSEWORK, fenced.—Call Advance. E*per- 5p42 FOR SAX/E— USED PRIGiIDAIRE. — Algona Auto Market. 7u42 FOR SALE — MODERN 6-ROOM •bungalow.—Call Advance. Sp42 •FOR BENT — MODERN HOUSE; garage and garden.—-Phone 316-J. , 9u42tf FOR SATJE—'H'ERIHIICK USED refrigerator.—Algona Auto Market. 8u42 WANTED, OATTLE TO PASTURE. —J. F. Hoflns, phone 2'FJ, Algona. ' FOR RENT ,— MOtDBRN HOUSE with garage.—'Phone 316-Wi 8u42tf KEAL ESTATE — .RENTALS— small loans—insurance. — Algona Insurance Agency. 9u36tf MCHOERW APARTMENT FOR rent. —-Kossuth' Cotmty State Bank Examiner in'Charge. HnSltf FOR' RENT—AI>L MODERN T-room house and garage on 52'0 N. Phll- llpg-St-. — CMT 557. or 330. I6p42 wer«S bfdfeen. Doctor -JBeW alt, caved f6? MhV'.Ki, *<•""*.* J . > i_* . i ,_,»-™,,-, ,~A.6 LEGAL NOTICESJ FOR 1 KENT — MODERN furnished th'reB«-roonr apartment for' light housekeeping;—CTtOTte 48S-W. ' AUTOMOBILE 1 INSURANCE — low rates—full coverage:—Algona Insurance Agency. 9«36tf The ibrtde Is a graduate of the local ilgh school who last year taught at Storm Lake. tinguishlng flames In the of another man who was clothing helping Starts Ij^w Paper. A new paper,' the Journal, has been established at Waverly, old home town of Doctor Cretzmeyer and near-home town of the Mur- ta#hs. L. E. Hull, who was the Advance's second linotypist two years Attend Luther league Convention— Twenty-five members of the local Congregational church attended the convention of Young People's Lu- .ther .League at Forest City Sunday. IWffl Entered In Contest— The Wesley iLegion Auxiliary Is entering a dressed doll In the contest to be held at Garner this week Tuesday. The doll represents Spain. Shower for Wesley Bride— A miscellaneous shower was given at Amos Angle's Thursday for Mrs. Raymond Welland, formerly Dorothy Angle. School Supt, Goes Fishing— The Carl Franzens and H. R. Swansons were at Clear Lake Sunday, on a fishing and picnic trip. Other Wesley News. Dr. and Mrs; Kenneth Ferguson, with their »three children, left Frl- lay for Cedar. Rapids, their new ocation. The doctor visited here a week, and his family longer. Mrs:. PIANO TUNING—'EXPERT AND artistic; Satisfactory references. --G. Har SmltlV 821 Elm at. '.• 12pJ8-42 SMADE,, LCXAJfS MAUB—?5» UP to f SOOi—no* waftfnp. Loans made at once.—i&lgomc Insurance Agency. FOR PKACTTCAI. NURSING, Especially- maternity cases, see Mrs. A. M: CollTnsoir, 915 E. Elm street. .. 12p40-43 FOR RENT — MODERW 3-ROOM apartment;- water, , light, and heat:—310! S 1 ., (Dodge '«t. or. phone 218. 15u42 WANTET3 1 TO HENT—FrVE OR six room modern house by July 15. No children 1 ,. Phone SOS or write.box 291'. 20p42 NOTICE OF INCOBiPOBATION To Whom It May Concern: Notice is hereby given that the Algona Co-operative Creamery Company has renewed and extended Its articles of Incorporation for another twenty years from and • beginning April 15th, A. D. 1932. The'name of the said corporation Is "Algona Co-operative Creamery Company," and its principal place of business is Algona, Iowa.' The general nature of the business to be transacted by said corporation is: To collect and manufacture into butter and cheese the milk belonging to the subscribers to Its. capital stock, to purchase and manufacture milk,, cream, and other dairy products, eggs and poultry, and sell the same; and buy, own, sell, rent, lease, convey, and mortgage real estate and t land and may put in and run for profit and benefit of its stockholders, a feed grinder and feed mill and laundry with machinery necessary to run the same, and to do whatsoever In the judgment of the Directors may be necessary to make the aforesaid business successful. • The authorized capital stock authorized by this corporation • Is Twenty-Five Thousand Dollars ($25,000.00), divided into 250 shares of One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) each; with 96 shares actually paid up in cash; additional shares may be issued and sold upon resolution, and in the discretion of the Board of Directors. • The time of commencement of business under these renewed articles of incorporation Is 'April 15th, 1932, and it shall terminate twenty years from that date. -^ The affairs of said corporation shall be managed by a Board of five directors, who shall serve until their successors are elected and qualified; the term of office for each director shall be three years; if a vacancy occurs in the Board of-Directors the' same shall be filled by the remain;-' ng directors, and a director so lected shall 'hold his office until the next annual election. Any -three members of the Board of Directors shall constitute a quorum. The officers of the corporation shall be a President, Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer, and such other officers as to the Board of Directors shall seem necessary, all to >e elected and 1 ' appointed by the Board of Directors. The Treasurer shall not be a member of the Board of Dtreetors. • The private property of the stockholders Is, and shall be, exempt from corporate debts. ALGONA CO-OPERATIVE CREAMERY COMPANY, By A. J. KEEN, President. Attest:,M. P. Christiansen. , , •' Secretary. 42-45 1 jensae ( • a ,e; %ehiboiW'2l< lift/ 1 haflng;. been* *fiis 'day.flled,bpened and;,read the iftfli fldytiMliJuty, :i&3rlf fl*ed .toLhea*- ln« pfobt. of aame rit ttte court HoU»e lrt-Aisoria; .lo^a^beldre-'ine. Distrlcl 'tiourt'.of said Cottttfy o^th^dferk ot ' ' By CLARA ftpn ft Miller, Attorneys. tfhese thi'efe ,d»J(8rwlif>« **tr» bargain days at •V NBVIKLEJS TOGGERY Choice ot any silk'dresa in the store at »« About 12 "long sleeve silk dresses, sizes 16-18-20 choice '—!_ 2__-_ t ,\| , / ' ~~.T •""« "All of our good-voile and* other summer dj4a values to $2.95 go at J __ w Women's wash frocks —«„--< - 4 ( '*c, (toe, s The Hostess line of voile dresses all go at .^ g Children's and girls' wash frocks'" li.Sdc'mnii'i * <. \'f "*-' x v **<m f Girls' voile and Swlsfl dot Sunday dresses, a beau tiful lot __„ J___^__.ll 1 ____" 7 Bargains all through the store. We've got make room for our riew line. Neville's Toggery IN PAD'S OLD STAND ALGONA, IOWA FOR' RENT—(LARGE matted 1 ,, wrtl ventilated sleeping room. Comfortable beds, double or- twihir-CSlI 45, 16u42 Hfend'reit'si RASPBERRIES AT 1% mile southeast of Ambrose Can state park. — Fresh pibftedl e^ery morning. 17p42 Ferguson was daughter of the Meryl Jacob Jojinson-, Johnsons;. NOW ELECTRIC REFRIGERA- tl'on' £s brought within the reach of everyone. Pay for it at 5%c per meal; No down payment—no sales contract.—-Gamble Stores. 25-42 ego, is one of the publishers. •*Spencer Readjusts Bates, The new federal tax law speclfic- makes the consumer liable, but Spencer city council has readjusted Itefct and piwer rates In such a lyay that patrons wUl pay no mote, w»th the tax added, than before-" •' •. ' -. ^ ' Ban** Wesley, fwne ?«— Banns «4 for the first time at St. flf school children at noon hour to Ugh fireworks. The two men had bee spraying Canada thistles, and the chemicals on their clothing . caught fire. Dairy Tour Today, More than 100 Algona farmers will take part In a dairy marketing tour and picnic this morning to the Iowa State Bank Creameries, -Inc., at Mason City, of which the local creamery is a member. The Algona high school band will be taken along to supply music. Other music, cream scoring, and talks are on the program. Free lunch will be served at noon: - Other Society. Mrs. 12. A. Schemel entertainec her bridge club Monday afternoon ai three tables, Mrs. D. T. Nugent winning the high score. Mrs. J. S Auner, who goes to Des Moines August 1, received a farewell gift. The Presbyterian Helping Hand society will meet next week Thurs day with Mrs. H. L. Turner; assist ing hostesses, Mesdames Jeannett McMurray, G. L. Mantor, James Me Gee, Merrill Ferguson. OOBBERSTEIN LOSES $7500 . VERDICT IN DAMAGE SUIT Considerably. to the surprise of many 'observers, the trial of the automobile damage suit against Father Dobbereteln, West Bend, in federal court at Fort Dodge week before last resulted in a verdict against the widely known and Immensely popular priest. The plaintiff, a Chicago spinster, to Bepav«« Spencer has let a 165,000 contract for renavtoff it$ main street. Fay the heavier traffic seven Inches of 6»as«*-rnMp«tn neiM be Iai4: for the JJgbter.. five tePfcee,- The pity Doctor Ferguson is a dental surgeorr,. Wfll accept formerly of Ames. Myrtle McCall, recently of Flint, Mich., who has been 'visiting Tter aunt, Eva McCall,' left Sunday ni'gftt for Des Moines, where she will meet the family by whom she was employed in Michigan. She wilt go with the family on a motor trjp to Los Angeles, and will help care for the children. ' The Guy M. Buttses and Mrs Sturdivant drove to Des Moines Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Amesbury attended services at St. Thomas Episcopal church, Algona, -Sunday evening, and heard a fine sermon by the rector, who also serves the Em metsburg parish. The Jos. Meurers visited his fath er at an Emmetsburg hospital Sun day. He is recovering from a leg fracture. The Vee Mulling visited his cousin, Vincent Carpenter, Emmetsburg.' The Bertha Lootts and Mrs. Schutter visited Jerry Schutter at West Bend. The William Hendersons start this week for Horton an* El Dorado, Kas., to visit Mrs. Henderson's rel.r atives. Lester Henderson, recently FOR- SALE— SPECIAL PRICES on new spreaders, wagons,' and box e», nearly new threshing belt, 6 o T inch; good 8-ft. Deering binder sued for 115,000, but the jury, after a long session, returned a verdict of |7,500. J. C, MawdsjUsy, Irvlngton, was a member of the jury. It is claimed that on the first ballot the jury stood 8-4 against, the -priest, and after several hours stood li-1. Father Dobberetein had a counterclaim for |25,000, but it was not pressed, and it to said tha,t he will not appeal from judgment on the livestock. — McEnro 27u4 GROCERY Friday and Safday Specials! COCOA— Mother's 2 Ib. pkg. . * PICKLES— Quart Dill 1 15C COf^EE—HILL TOP . To introduce, '". 3 Ibs. SUPER Small, 3 pkgs. MACARONI- Bulk cut • 2 Ibs. ltd TOILET PAPER— Tissue, 3 rolls 191 DATES— Bulk pitted, 2, Ibs. _•__ .231 PIG BARS, or fl Ginger Snaps, 4 "JjM 2 Ibe. ____•- I 111 MIMEOGRAPHING ADVANCE Algona, Iowa ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^'^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ' • "*$1 ANNUAL SECOND TRIUMPHAL OPENING OF THE POPUUBI] ANNEX ^T ^^^^j^^^^^^f^^ "Wh.MYo«» . ! ' ^ Two Deor§ North Cmtt ThMtre. SpecUl Phone 130. Saturday July 2 and continuing! throughout month of July The enormous hal.i verdict. Whether he protected by liability Insurance has not been glveo of Hanson, will conduct the pool hall. His fftinlly will cqjne with him, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Felt leave this week Wednesday to visit their daughter, Mrs. P. J. Haverly, Oel- weln, over the v Fo,ijrthi, airs, Hjty. erly and Donnagene will come home with them. Garman, who underwent a gall bladder operation at Ko hospital, Algona, three week* USED CAR BARGAINS '31Ford*adftn '31Fordtudor '31 Ford coupe '27 Dodgcicdan '25 Ford sedan '28 Ford coupe '26 Chrytler *edan '31 Ford tport roadster These cart are in Al condition and are priced below their actual value* KENT MOTOR CO. Pkone 4f| AUTHOBIZUD silica* of the Annex Idea last summer prompted us to give Alfcoqa Choppers another opportunity to « quality merchandise at rummage mile' price*. The Annex Is charge of a pleasant,, courteous. aalealay (Mrs. Leona Barthi/r. mew), we have secure* » very, desirable room, and goods" will Ij sold on a "low ov«rt»»a"~*liag». 4 ; ' * , 'f .- Hi For several year* July 1 QJ«irancfl"s»i«li r hVe been a flop. Y«Vil like this new way to buy cle»n-up goods, The main store (< chilles & Herbat> wfli haye many bargain* aJLthroUgh July, w are really running a tw^rli^ BAStCtAlNvCillRCUS. We are sir keeping at tho- hfiao\ qf tl)6 procflwiloii.^" v jyl t, •>•• %j Get tha Annex habit. Tou'U find comfortable, clean-fitting, rest rooms, goods will be well dfaptuniduuMl? plainly mark^,, you'll enjoy shopping in this iw»n~out-of'th»-way bargain f Here are » few of the many' apecJah} for the fir»t> da v T ever ' r; urday Uikwre' will be EXTRA SPECIALS, W»t<* for them ' NOT B FHONC wvifina m About 85 ladies' silk dreases-4ilxe« U to "4fHwme" short ones tn the lot but wqnaerftft value* „;.»'... 25 new summer dresses Jn popular wash ailka—parpienta have been selling at |3.95 in the nuiin ' 09 ft "tent"—side show price ._„,. r *~v - s —---'r'^p* One big rack of coats and drewea., y«lue« to, J20.00. These are garments and not oW shop worn §tmr 7 (Wf *«oW if ft * all such in the Annex la»t •giwwiri^ ltf *'w«wi» •&"* f^^^^r^S^^^^^ 00 "' te S annex opening prlce;,,..^ .'jLlJUiU I *»* Lot Of this season 1 ? H< fast colore4 prints,, nip and large hea4 « *ea 8 on'a Btylej And a broken lot Wovfees, and Vheap-^ sip ^> 48-lijch l>y 3$ hemme4 pUtov «iy^* ^ 73x99 nemmed sheets -• ; 81x99 hemmed sheets wv , ff ^ VIJ ^ af , Women's rayon step-in^, n Three lots ladiea* AWAo.tai.fl T "~ "**T Wy*WSVftR Silk and wool and flanne} drew skirts, pairtel shade* »ntf 4na'?jfr] Beinnii^,, ffSPj*

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