Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 14, 1932 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 14, 1932
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Lakota Barn, Hay, Hogs, Struck by Bolt, Burned K088UTH COUNTY ADVANCE. AtflONA. July 12—The barn on tha laat week> but ls re P°rted s6me bet- farm occupied by the Re.nder John- terThe Pre9byt6rlan A(d ^ & ^ sale at the Thaves Sisters' store Saturday afternoon and evening. " .Watich fleckriw ,an« her Horace «»nt, Sunday at with MM*. ri«cknerV«ls- Beckner, her daughter, attended a plc- A. < Call, state Mrs. Beck- local r tele- 'offlce; ;: and'<>race.,,and,Mar. Home fr»» *•••*— O D Harte returned Satur' shenandoah, where they a G D.V sister, Mable Teveral day* - They, also made at Hampton, Ue* Molnes, and Zoe Burge, Cedar Rap„.„..„• the Harto, made the trip „ them. Mr. Hart Is superlntend- t of the local public schools. BO«B, southeast of town, was struck by./vllghtnlng during the storm early *VMay morning. The bolt followed the hay carrier the length of the barn, and almost at once the building Wftg ablare. A large double, corn crib and granary, each containing grain, hog house, two hogs, two - calves, many chickens, and 27 loads of hay were burned. The boys were In the pasture at the time bringing tn the horses and cows, tshlch would also have been In the barn a few minutes later. The farm Is owned by the Bankers Life company, and the loss was covered by Insurance. Mr. Johnson also carried Insurance. A new basement had recently been built under the barn, and 300 sacks of cement for use tn building a hog house were stored In the driveway of the crib, and were damaged by water and fire. ST, JOE RATS Gets 80 Bays In Jail. James McDonald waa sentenced to 30 days In Jail last week Wednesday by Justice.Danson on the charge of drunkenness in Algona. He had been up before local justice court here for like offenses before, and the serftence was heavier than usual on that account. This la not Jas. A. McDonald, the insurance man. St. Joe, July 12-^-The St. Joe Alley Rata snapped out of a batting slump Sunday at Clare and pounded three pitchers hard to defeat the Clare nine, 13-7, The game evened accounts for a beating the Alley Rata had suffered two weeka earlier, The first two Innings were scoreless, but the Clare, pitchers then weakened, while 'Eddie Welter, who pitched'his first complete game for the Alley Rats, kept the Clare team guessing throughout. The loca team, which has several of the former Cub team players In -the lineup now, has been strengthened con- Lone Rock ; cr*»m Cheek fl7— highest cream check* for , at the local creamery were 1s- 166.95; J. , Bernhard, M. Bernhard. »47.30; C. H. to- Henry tampe, Nurre, $52.60; (Leo .'$4485; P. H. Mescher, $42.71; aton Stork, ?37:41; Edw. Droessler, M45; Wesielman & Kennedy, |j',4j| J. M. Kollasch, |85.54. r Margaret Hanson 1 is 'home 'from er, where she .visited, her sister She took a plane from Iheyenne, Wyo., to Omaha, thence j, bU8 to Algona. Margaret, who • a daughter of>Mr. and MM. C. P. nson, teaches In the high school »t New Sharon. , tnderkofler is Hostess— Mrs G. S. TInderkofler entertained three tables of bridge a few Izhts ago in honor of Evelyn Rosf, Webster City. Margaret lltz won the 'high score; Mrs. R. i YTelp, second. Mlss,,Ro8kopf re- rived a guest prize. \ „.„,,„' for Mw. Frank Meyeru- ^ Marie Hutchlnson, Rosalia Walsh, , Arthur Sprank, and Mrs. Jack : are giving a- shower.for 'Mrs, ,nk Meyer at Mrs. 'Albert Hutch- Kin's this week Wednesday after- Mrs. Meyer was Leonora utchlnson. t _ , wlihelmlg Have Son— The Jos. Wilhelmls. have a son irn last week Wednesday, named •d Dean,.,Mrs."Wilhelml was Schlchtl, v Irvlngton, before linarrlage. Mary Merrill, R. N swing for mother and babe. Other Tltonka Ne*s. Attorney and Mrs. Harold Doyle -ielr three children, • and Mrs. G •Doyle returned last Thursday from '- • '-> du' Sac. Wto., Where they Mrs. R.' J. Schwartz, slstei lot the attorney and . .daughter o libs, G, Doyle. The Harold Doyle Milted here till Saturday, and then Itrturned to their home at Yankton Roy McGuire. Emmet and Ken Ineth Devlne, Kenneth McQulre Halter Menke, and Jos. Murra- Iwent to Des Molnes Monday to drlv (home new Fords, * Emmet and Ken Devine and Kenneth McGuir Iwent on to Slgourney for severa |o»ys with the Devlne boys' grand •mother. I Mrs, B. W. Keeling, Mason City Itwo children, and Mrs.-Rudolph, Ste Iteltz, Algona, spent, Fr ( lday after Ittooa here at the Clement-home an IwHh Jessie StebriU, Lone Rock, wh •operates a Bancroft^ beauty parlor |Mra. Keeling was Hilda, Stebrjtz, The Paul Oramea family drove t I'JUbert Lea Sunday, and there me IMra, Mary Grames, Qwatonna, Minn ~ elder Mrs, Or«ifie»,' who i mother, came here ip'vlslt • -i .. _,_-... QJ F. B. Women'* Project Written— Mesdames John Heetland; Gust Koppeh and J.I H. Warburton attended a county woman's project meeting at Burt last week Thursday .afternoon, Mrs. May Larson, aa- slatant state leader, helped with stAte fair plans, and wrotevthe proj- ect'for. the coming year. The women will take up fifth year clothing. The first lesson Is gift suggestions; 2, a clothing clinic; 3, trends In trimmings; 4, completing dress and costume; 5, most becoming print dress. Township chairmen and three publicity chairman were present. Koa- suth's score at the state fair has been very good and the women hope to raise their county score this year. Ledyard F .B. Sees Movies— ' Ledyard township's Farm Bureau held its regular meeting at Charles Gutknecht's Friday evening. The Lakota band furnished music and County Agent Morrison showed four reeU^ of movies — travelogue, two comics, and showing how binding twine Is made, from the cutting of the fibre to the finished- product. The 4-H boys and girls sold homemade ice cream, cake, pie, and coffee and made $13. A large crowd attended and the weather was ideal for a lawn social. slderably and should furnish some Interesting games for fans. Nex The Oscar Barings went to Campus, 111., to attend a reunion of relatives Saturday. .They returned Tuesday. George Pettlt Is taking Mrs. Baring's place as postmistress. Lone Rock lost 8-1 to Whittemore the Fourth. '•• G. A. Sharp and Delbert went to Council. Bluffs • Sunday, returning 1 Monday, arid bringing with them the former's grandson,, Wayne. R. C. Qoetsch, of Fenton, and Alex Radlg went on a fishing trip to Lake Wlnnebigoshlsh, Minn., last week Thursday. The W. H. Gapps, of Mitchell, S. Sunday they will attempt to prove their new strength against the Whittemore nine on the local diamond. Harold Thul, St. Joe, was one of the umpires at Clare, arid noEiis STumci, ST, BEHEOICT, WED TO GEORGE RICKE St, Benedict, inly it —The marriage of fidelto Stufllck and George Ricke took place Tuesday morning at the Catholic church In the presence of relatives and friends. The Rev. B, H. Loeffelhote read the pre- nuptlal mass. Fidelia Is the second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stufllck, A wedding reception was given ait the bride's parental home, and a large number of relative* attended. A dance was given in the evening at the Klelnpeter halt, Wesley. ; Chicago Woman Visits Her*— Mrs. Frances Stephenaoir 1 , of Chicago, accompanied by her daughter Vivian, arrived last Thursday from Duluth, where they had spent a week, and are spending a month with the former's mother, Mrs. Anna Huschka. Vivian, who -attends school at Algona, Joined her mother at Chicago. Milwaukee RV, frt, oil dlst Nelson Hardware, mdse. ..* eo. L. and b.jE. Miller^ la**- —*-*-*•'-*•»- It2.»» l.Vt 4.60 Hi W, p«»t, frt. and dray.... Paul Tlnkham et al, refund deposit George Miller et al, labor.- Iowa State Bank, check* .. ».7fi F. F. Dutton, labor .. U 00 A. V. Oiidart, repairs . Qeo. Hansen, mdse. and labor V- ..... 7<w WATER FUND Salaries . ............ 4 i 8 .oo Earl Bowman et al, labor.. Lelghton Supply Co., mdse. A. P. Smith Mfg. Co., mdse. Wallace * Tlernan Co.. mdse. .. Buffalo Meter Co., md"se""I Iowa Mach. A Supply Co., mdse. another was chosen from the Clare vicinity. Knee Broken In Accident— Mrs. John ^Wagner ,Wa8''ylctlm : of a painful accident the evening of the Fourth. While she was gathering eg~gs she 'Climbed over a boird fence, and in doing so slipped and fell, breaking a knee. She was taken to Algona, where Doctor Kene- flck gave aid. The broken bone could nbt be set at the time because 1SJ.87 142.67 54.00 — ..w ... —*, uu-ffut vm. *,-..vw.-v- r -rf. QOUlU Hut DB Ocl' ***• V««S HHIW -uc^t*i*syo D., visited a,t the Rev. S. M. Glad-1 of 8We iii n g. She had to stay in bed i local Granites' famHy. tretes a Bancroft *rop«ry Theresa Beach »n4 v ljeoi>ak ' Molnee, spent Sunday . «'» parents, Mr.'-MMnM IfcWltz. Leone ir ta'7»Wendjng dy beauty *qn«*»r»«f Itni her cousin,* Miff «*!<*• i in the same city, -, Mike j>r«^W»rt:'w Jftlt th Mrs. N. E. Noble In Visits— The !F. G. Torines and J. H. War- urtons took the women's mother, Irs. N. E. Noble, to Mankato Sun- ay. There they met her grand- aughter and family, the Rudolph of Minneapolis, Minn. Mter a visit and picnic dinner in ibley park. Mrs. Noble accompanied hem to Minneapolis, where she will Islt for two weeks, later going to Baraboo, Wls., to visit her son Will, ilrs. Noble suffers with 'asthma and opes to be benefited by the change. eeg Sister After 16 Tears- Mrs. Minnie Stenernagel and aughter Martha, her son Emll, vlfe and son 'Eldon, all of Lewiston, Minn., came Saturday to visit the Gus Steinbergs. Mrs. Stenernagel » the only living sister o£ Mr. Stein- erg, and he had not seen;her for 16 rears. They left for home Monday afternoon. Attend Two-County Picnic— The A. E. Buckels went to Blue Earth, Minn., Sunday to attend the annual Story and Hamilton counties picnic. The Harold Pierces and niece, Dorothy Ferris, and Beth Hamqulst, of Lakota, and Mrs. Pierce's parents, the H. H. Kessees, of Ellsworth, were others, attend- ng. Business Men Entertain Wives- Members of the Commercial club entertained their wives for dinner at their regular meeting last Thursday evening. Two divisions of the Methodist Aid served the dinner to about 25. stone's Friday and 'Saturday. Mr. Gapp Is a brother of Mrs. Gladstone. Several boys left Monday for a two weeks camping trip at Tuttle Lake. They are: .Robert Gladstone, Harold Farrls, Harold Krueger, Eugene Blanchard, Junior Reid,.Russell Dacken, Roy' Leeper, and the Rev. Mr. Gladstone. The Otto Schultzes of 'Fort Dodge, visited at Fred'k Schultz's laat Thursday. . Mrs. August Relsner, of Cascade, Wis., Mrs. Fred Kulu and children, and Mrs. Glassnlpp, of Bancroft, were visitors at Emll Kraft's Friday. Emil Kraft is a nephew of Mrs. Reisner. Mr. and -Mrs. Robert Schultz, of Amlret, Minn., '<were callers at Fred'k Schultz's Saturday. Mr. and-Mrs. J. M. Blanchard and children Donald, Jesse Jr., and last week. Doctor Keneflck put the leg in a cast Monday, with the aid of Mrs. Gus Bosalls, registered nurse from Cherokee, who Is here, visiting relatives. • K. I-.,KohlhM§ Suffers Alcldent— K. L. Kohlhaas, farming northeast of here, was the victim: of ., a painful accident last Thursday. While he was getting his binder ready for small-grain cutting, -he slipped and fell on the guards, which cut a big gash in the'calf of one leg. It was necessary to take seven stitches to close the wound. Doctor Cretzmeyer was in attendance. Shower for BrWe-to-Be— A miscellaneous shower waa given last week Sunday in honor of •Fldelis Stufllck at the St. Benedict hall. THe afternoon was spent at cards, and lunch served to,a large c'rojvd.' 1 ',- .•'.'. •• ... ' •' . ' Other St. Benedict News. The Edward Peffers, Des Molnes, accompanied • by Mary Witte, sister of Mrs. >Peffer, drove here Saturday to spend Sunday with local relatives at St. Benedict and Corwith. The Peffers went home Sunday night, many remaining to visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John M. Wltte. Marie Arndorfer entertained Mary at dinner Friday. Mr. and Mrs. William s Elch, the John Liudwlgs, the Henry Arndor- fers, and Al Rosenmeyer, accompanied by Mrs. iFrances Stephenson and Helen Raskopf, were ait Clear Lake Sunday, and had a picnic dinner. -Christine Elsenbarth, employed at Algoha, spent a week ago Sunday and the Fourth with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Elsenbarth and her sister, Mrs. E. F. Arndor fer. • Doris May left Tuesday for a trip to Detroit, Mich., where they will visit Mr. and Mrs. Jack Flynn. Mrs. Flynn is a daughter of the Blanchards. 'Myrtle Larson, of Decorah, has been visiting at Carl Priebe's at Fenton, and at.'Ernest Priebe's for the past two weeks. Charles Zoller, of Nora Springs, came Sunday for a visit at Fred'k Schultz's. s The A. W. Lampes returned Saturday from a visit in Illinois. Mrs. •Lampe's -nephews,,.George, and La Verne and niece, Mary Blngen, of Jollet, HI., came with them. Mr. and Mrs. Merle P. Baker, of Ames, visited at H. J. Rice's Friday. Mrs. Baker is a niece of Mrs. Rice. Mite society met at I. W. Nelson's last ^ Thursday. A reading, What's Worth While, 1 was given by Mrs. Lawrence Dlttmer. The next meeting will be at Watson Shick's, Women Organize Ifew Club— 'Irvlngton and Rlverdale women' •have organized a social club, the 'Friendly club, which will meet the first Wednesday of each month. The next meeting to be at Mrs. R. V. Fitch's. Any other women in Mr. and Mrs. Martin Seller, Frank Weiners, the Julian the and Neptune Meter Co., mdse.II Geo. JU and D. E. Miller, labor .... __„ ^ j .« George Holtzbauer, mdse.1! 05 Norton Machine Works, mdse. and labor ...... 81,74 Milwaukee R'y et al, frt. _. 3194 8EWBR FUND J. W. Kelly, salary .... 30.00 Lloyd Hauback et al, labor. 1OJ Geo. L. and O. IE. Miller, mdse. BAND FUND Algona Military Band, services . . 79B>() o GENERAL FUND ?ollce salaries 1-. .... 234.00 •lelberg's Garage, mdse. ... 8.01 Standard Oil Co., mdse. 4.6! Street labor _. 648.21 Skelly Oil Coj, mdse. 16.99 H. W. Post, frt. and dray... 13.9i Botsford Lumber Co., mdse.' 1.85 Thos. Akre, mdse. 1.89 J. L. Malloy, labor .2! F. S. Norton & Son, mdse.. 16.9 J. Greenberg, mdse. . . 7.15 The Arco Co., mdse. _. 27.87 Standard Oil Co., mdse, ... 77:59 Kossuth County Impl. Co., mdse. : 69.70 Nelson Hdw. Co., mdse. _i__ 2.03 Geo. L. and D. E. Miller, mdse. 8.05 Kossuth Co. Implement Co., mdse. — 1.60 George Holtzbauer, mdse. __ 6.00 M. H. Miller, labor 2J50 Jess Umbenhower, care of dump ... 12.60 Thorpe Wood & Iron Works, BARGAINS In Used Can Sold Seven Good Used Gars Last W««k . Four New OMB. Below we are listing our bargains tor this weefc: 1931 Ford Sedan 1926 Chevrolet Sedan 1931 Ford Cabriolet 1926 Chrysler Coach f ; 1931 Ford Tudor 1929 Ford Truck They Don't buy before you see these can. priced to sell. • • KENT MOTOR CO. Phoae4B4 M AUTHORIZED Alfoaa, bw» 'j —Sale* either township who is Interested, may join. Cow-Testing Under Way— Cow-testing has been in full swing In Delano and Wacousta townships, Humboldt county. Doctor Rossing, Bode, and his assistant, .a graduate of the State college, have been do- Ing the testing. \ Young Boy Observes Birthday- Tommy Hanifari, - grandson of Mrs. M. Hanifan, celebrated his eighth birthday Sunday toy entertaining a few friends in the afternoon. A birthday cake was served. Other St. Joe. Mr, and Mrs. Harold Ska'ugstad and son Earl, Florenc Bakken, Mrs. John Olson, : her son Carl, -Freeman Mrs. Fred Genrich and mother, 1 Hanson, Miles Torgerson and Harry Mrs. M. E. Blanchard, took Edna Fort Dodge Friday, Mantor whence to she Dason.'all of Bode, spent Sunday picnicking with the William Ham- returned to her home 4-H Delegate Back Home— Idah Telcamp came home last at Cedar Falls. The W. W. Stones, of West Bend, spent Friday at -Frank Flaig's. Leona Blerstedt, nurse at the hospital in Sioux. City, spent the Fourth with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Blerstedt. ,. . . .--."• Wm. O'Donnell and son William arrived home Friday from a visit at Campus, 111. v ,,4t. Marian Jensen celebrated her llth birthday by inviting a number of her young friends to a party at her home last week Tuesday. Those present were Kathryn Stebritz; Luella Schmidt/Shirley and Betty Mar- Thursday evening from Ames, where she attended the 4-H girls convention as delegate from the Ledyard Loyal Laborers. Acorn Clnb Entertains Husbands- Members of the Acorn club entertained husbands and children at a picnic supper on the H. H. Murray lawn Friday evening and 62 were present. Corn and Oats Blown Down— This community suffered from a severe rain and windstorm Saturday night. Corn and small grain were Mown down but no hail fell here. low, son, Doris Grace Sanders, Marjorle Jen- Newbroughi and Clara Blerle. Catherine May and Ruth Ellen Householder went to Whittemore to spend the week with their aunt, iBllen Wolfe..Ruth Ellen came home Saturday because of illness. Henry Weiner and Henry Schroeder spent Sunday with relatives at Oflebolt. The Joe Shasers, Bdw ; W«elc |Where they rters. The i trip wag ma4e Mrs. Williaw brothers. car- Other Lakota The Harvey Johnsons moved into the William Wortman house this weekTiTthe Connie Rolfsema. moved from the rooms over the Ley garage to the Bruer house vacated y the Johnsons. After the death her father, Miss Wortman decide to break W housekeeping and moved to Mrs. Julia Wortman, and and her children are the week feere "TO bought tt>*W U P back from a ^wo weeks Thursday evening. They vis* aa ted with Mrs. Johnson's parents at ville, with the Rev. Mr. John- the W. 'Jerrle Johnsons, of and the J. W. Johnsons the of Botna,.. and Miss Snooks, Rolfe, spent the weekend at Chris Chaser's. Glen Burt and daughter Dorothy of Armstrong, spent Sunday with relatives. • . As D. Newbrough and Ira Newbrough returned Friday from Rochester, Minn., where Ira W«nt through the clinic. The Carl Eberts, of Whittemore spent Sunday »t the N, L. Cotton's. The 'Roy Jensens went Sunday Thllges, accompanied .by mers. James Mrs. Chris Gales, her daughter 'Loretta, Engratla and Allda Thllges, and Agatha Thtlges got home from Techny, 111., early in the week. Techny is a sub'urb of Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. John Schumaker and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sohlltz. both couples of Bancroft, were • Sunday afternoon visitors at Mrs.'. John Wagner's. •.:.'•>•" ••. • : y'V' Mr. and Mrs. George Wagner were Sunday afternoon visitors at Nick Elschen's, Cylinder. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Fourage were at Martin Wobba's, near St, Benedict. Mr. and Mrs. Valentine Engert, Faribault, Minn., went home Saturday, after a week with relatives here. Mr. Engert is manager of a shoe factory. ^ • • Mr. and Mrs, 'Bernard Hanifan, south of .Llvermore,- were Sunday dinner guests of the formers.moth- er, Mrs. M. Hanifan. Bennle Guacia, of Breda, has got •home, after a few days with friends here. He formerly attended St. Joseph's school Hilda, daughter of Mr.' and Mrs. Nick Phillips, Claremont, Minn., has - t ji — n.Antr- <nrI4>V> Inool Mike Arndorfers, J. I. Downs, and the E. F. Arndorfers had a picnic dinner Sunday at the 'lakes. . The. E. F. Rahms, accompanied by the Robert Schemels, Omaha, and Philip and Eugene Schemel, Algona, drove to Alton for the Fourth with the Rev. Father Sohemel. The Edward Schouweillers drove here from Morgan, Minn., Saturday for the week-end with relatives. They visited the grotto at West Bend 'before going home. The John Arndorfers, Edward Schouweiller, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter rLlchter, Algona, had dinner with the Leo Goetzes Sunday at Wesley. The Julian Arndorfers and the E. >F. Arndorfers spent the Fourth at the Ambrose A. 'Call state park, where they ate a picnic supper. Marie and Philip Arndorfer drove to Ackley last week Sunday to spend the Fourith with their slater, Mrs. Jos. Hanig. The Robert Schemels,' Omaha, were recently here, visiting the E. F. Rahms, also the Philip Schencks at Algona. Paul Reiser returned to his home in Chicago last week -Monday night, after ttwb 1 weeks with local friends. Deane and -Lenore Arndorfer, Paul Reiser, and August Huschka spent Sunday at Clear Lake. A goodly number of the people here attended the celebration at Algona on the Fourth. mdse. and labor ... 6.52 Geo. Hansen,- repairs and labor '. 9.00 •SWIMMING POOL. FUND Salaries —.— , 293.07 Monsanto Chemical Works, mdse. — - . 32.43 Kirsch 'Laundry, laundry— 25.43 Geo. L. and D. E. Miller, mdse. 50.43 (Ft. Dodge Tent & Awning ( Co., mdse. ;—-—' 2.05 Kennedy & Parsons Co,, mdse. — ! .. : 17.87 International Filter Co., mdse. —;—!. :„. 6.85 Nelson Hdw. Co;, mdSe. — - 2.70 ChrJschillcs & Herbst, mdse 3.00 SWIMMING POOL FUND K. D.,James, mdse. ....— 3.50 •W. S. Lee, signs —.—.... , 1.26 Thorpe Wood & Iron Works mdse. ...: ..: — 9.37 FIRE FUND C. C. Wright, salary .-—_ 45.00 Norton Machine Works, labor and mdse. —_ -. 120.58 Kohlhaas Bros. Garage, mdse. and labor.--——- 10.25 4.00 4.12 Clapp's Master Service, mdse. —— : . — ''. —— 3.60 C. F. SPECHT, Mayor. Attest: ADAH CARLSON, City Clerk, Fenton Bert Muckey, labor — Skelly Oil Co., gas and oil.. AKRE'S "The Dependon Grocery" is where you find a better, a nicer, or a fresher supply of Fruit and Vegetables than is to be found elsewhere. If handy come in and take a look at our wonderful assortment of eatables. "CHOP SUEY" complete; or "Chop Suey" ingredients such as bead molasses, sauce, bamboo and bean sprouts, water chestnut and, assorted vegetables—all for — Chop Suey — Among other imported seafoods, good for salads, for hot or cold lunches and regular meals use Alaska Red Spckey Salmon, Norway Sardines In Olive OiV French boneles, Sardines in Olive Oil, California Sardines in Cotton Seed Oil, California, light meat, Tuna, Japanese Crab Meat, Swedish Anchovies, Russian Caviar, and others. Maine lobsters, also. Here You Can See a Big Variety of Cookies, Crackers and Cheese. Old New York Limburger, Roquefort, and Gamme- lost are some of them. , , J Richelieu and Baby Stuart Groceries are ALWAYS BEST, and we also have cheaper ones. Halllgan's "Pure Quill" Coffee and "Pare Quill" Tea ' Beats »Em All. i Step in at AKRE'S 113 South Dodge or. Phone 290-291. FOUR FREE DELIVERIES DAILY—8:30 and, 10 j m. and 2:00 and 4:QO p.m. , , ' M The Oeorge Boettchers enjoyed a visit last week from Mrs. Boettcher's sister and family, the Archie Hunts of Detroit, Mich. The Clarence Andersons concluded a.two weeks visit with relatives here Monday and left for their home in Pubuque. ' Lena Marie • Welsbrod spent last week-Wednesday and Thursday with her' grandparents, the Philip Weis- brods. Nora Linnevold, of Deborah, 1 returned home Sunday evening after a few days visit at E. C, Weisbrod'a. White Porcelain Cups and Samcers 10C White' Porcelain! 7-lnch. Council Minute* been spending a week relatives. A number from here with local attended a Park celebration at West Bend last week Tuesday and Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs, Dominic Ziemet, of Bend, spent Sunday at Henry with Mrs. Jensen's brother, Geo, Elvidge, of Ferry. Mrs. Jensen and children will remain, there 'for a v V. ' *W« .bought a Chevrolet coach of L. R. Roderick last week. The Bwnice Rodericks, of Mason City, and the 1* -R. Rodericks apent Sunday at the J, I* Rodericks. The Otis Sanders were EsthervUle visitors at "Frank Gebhart'a Sun- Ziemet Sr's, Mrs. Herman Hemsath, of Ossian,' arrived Friday, to visit the 'George Jec)cer8. , , ' ;. The John Thuls were Sunday dinner guests at Ted Wagner's, * ' A threshers' meeting waa held at John Thul'a Monday night. Ernest Boyds, Llvermore, spent Sunday at Tom Peylne's. day. The Rev. Mr- Stevenk * the America*T Union Supday schools, had charge o* 0»e mornln* services at church Sunday, The Melvln P&WlW moved J<? SwlinhomeUst-w^^eBday Slefc The A. Ira Newbrouuhs urday. Arthui- boldt w«re ' .74 afternoon City w»tep •' Sv^wWWML^^* * daughter Porto, and. mother. Mrs, WJl]iam We|p, Hayer- hlll, spent Sunday and Monday at R< J. Welp's, E^w. is « brother of r i' * * Robert Qulnn, Jpbn Merrill, Algona, Iowa, June 30, 1932 — City council 'met in regular session on this day at the city hall, and among other things allowed the following bills: ELECTRIC LIGHT FUND Salaries ' -1 ------- ,-, ---- ,-t 1020,00 Security 'Petroleum Co., gas ' *' ahd>U ,-'„ ---- ~, ------ ^ \ 140.44 General-' ! Electric • Supply Corp'., mdse, -,— .— ---- 116.24 Department The Annual July Harvest Week Graham's Lead With Greater and Lower Prices SHOP HERE-AND SAVE Line Material Co., mdse. ., Weatlnghouse Elec. ft Mfg. Co., mdse. -.—.— Fulton Iron Work* Co., mdse. . T .., Tr ,, General Electric Co., mdse, Westinghouse Elec. Supply Co,, mdse. -*— T —r Electric Supply Co,, mdse.,. Kennedy ft ^Parsons ' Co., nidse, — . >—,* Petroleum Products Inc., gas »nd oil -—,- 7r —,„ 25.68 45.25 86.95 138.12 80.38 rrr.i rf l &v a*h ', I BigG Overalls 220 weight denim, in price. , Sf turd^y iprom CWpafp, v wbere * By«lyi| Oil Cprp., Jub, ' Wh)te W. D. AWW Mfg. pp., Malleable Iron Range indae. , r ,*., ---- T. * 15.45 Wash Ivory, enamel' ,.— Convex Kettles, 6-quart size ,__,„ Galvanised Pails, leak proof »' Overalls, denim „-, Athletic uoiona M9«day » , N,ejfpn stripe Chambray Shirta best gu»ttty „ Harvest OU Corp, lubi Featured special thia week, V

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