Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 21, 1932 · Page 8
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PAGE frEtf ti\i h "i '• MJJW '*» «*tl \ <« v s j - - ™ Week-End ials F,B, MEMBERS HEAR THREE A-1 PROGRAMS Wheaties, per pkg. — ____10c Hardwater Soap, 4 Irg. bars for __________ .- ______ 25c Peaches, No, 2 1-2 cans of fancy, 2 for ______ '. ____ 35c Toilet Tissue, 4 Irg. rolls 25c Tones Old Golden Coffee, Ib. ______ — _________ 33c MaltO'Meal _^___J 100 per cent malt syrup _35c SPECIAL on gallon fruits Fancy Golden Bantam Corn, 2 cans for ______ 25c We are prepared to fill your threshing order with home- killed baby beef and pork. Smoked Ham, half or whole Ib. _________________ 15c Open kettle rendered lard, 3 Ibs. 1_ ______ _, ______ 25c Top Price for Straight Run By Muriel Leavertom' .Tuly has sieen 4-H club Work featured at community Farm Bureau meetings. ' Last week Tuesday evening a regular monthly Greenwood-Ramsey Farm Bureau meeting was held at the Bancroft public 'schoolhouse with Ray Miller, president of the Greenwood F. B., In charge; and 130 people heard the following .program: Music, Greenwood-Ramsey orchestra: talk, J. Li. Bonar, Algona, on Money and the Gold Standard; 4-H program in charge of H. D. A.; one- act comedy, Not a Man in .the House, ».1« nn<l 1111 Unl °" Alethean girls—'Fern Glsch. -" >c Jln(1 ll l' Ruth Rich. Bernice and Florence Dodds, and Dorothy Reed. 4-H club songs, Fern Glsch, Mary U.SOREKSEN&CO. Phone 138-139 We Deliver Friday and Saturday Longs Food Shop WE DELIVER N6. 10 tins Red Pitted Cher- ties No. 10 tins Blackberries _48c No. 10 tins Peaches 48c No. 10 tins Prunes 48c Certo, per bottle 25c Oxydol, large 19c Laundry Soap, 10 bars 29c Matches, 6 boxes _25c Get to Know Long's Meat Department. 'AMOS AND ANDY" \ .NEW. RESTAURANT Thorington Street. Opposite Courthouse. MEALS AND QUICK ORDER ; LUNCHES Good Pood at a Low Price. Your business will be appreciated. W. A. RICHARDSON and L. L. BUHNER, Props. Loans ISOO or less obtained quickly on Furniture, Automobiles and Live Stock For additional Information call, write, or phone CUNNINGHAM & LAGY PHONE GOB ALGONA Representing- Foilcnil Finance Co., Deg Molneg Olsch, Frances Winkel, , Lucille Dearchs Kalhryn , Deim at. piano; •1-H club parody written for the music of Somewhere: in Old Wyoming, Mary and Fern Gisch; talk, on •I-H club work by H. D. A. ' Report of 5th annual Iowa 4-H girls' convention, Frances Winkel, delegate from Union club; boys' 4-H club work, County Agent Morrison; stunt concerning dairying by 4-H club boys of Algona Calf club; Tak- ng part in this stunt, which has received much favorable comment, vere Frank Schoby. Floyd 'Bode, and Eldon Shaw. Wesley Club (Jives Social. Approximately 150 people attended an unusually interesting 4-H pro- jram and ice cream social given by the Wesley Willing Workers and the Wesley boys 4-H dairy calf club it the Center schoolhouse last Thursday evening. The leaders of hese two wide-awake clubs are Ma>el Kent and Doctor Bonnstetter, Wesley veterinarian. Many could not get into the building, and so stood in the yard, trying to see and lear through the windows. The pro- rain follows: The More We Get Together, club )oys and girls; report of state 4-H convention, Fredrica Girres, dele- ate from Wesley club; Special Music, June Bolenous; .stunt, My Man John, Ruth Haverly, Helen Kent, Esther Neuroth; minuet, colonial costume Edna Llckteig, Fredrica Girres, Enar Franzen, Urban Lickteig. Plowing song, national boys' 4H reading, Kelly's Dream, Josephine .Girres; playlet, Helen Franzen, Fredrica ational Communit^ Newspaper Content J ^ Established at tk« Schdo! of Journtlitm, Unl-foritty' of tlllnoit TKis certifies tKat TKe Kossuth County Advance of Algona, Ictfa tfes awarded a Distinguished Rating for general merit in the 1928 Mational Community Newspaper Contest Urbana, 111.; February, 14, tqaq Lorin W. Murphy Director club song, 4-H club boys; Jirres; report of 4-H club camp at Camp Foster, the Okobojis, Phyllis Stutler, Ruth Haverly; 4-H club initiation by Wesley club officers: president, Fredrica Girres; vice president, Edna Mae Lickteig; secretary-treasurer, Helen Franzen; historian, Ruth Haverly; news re- pqrter, Helen Kent. H. I). A. Is Honored. Muriel Leaverton, H.. D. A., -was initiated as an honorary member, llalph Lnnuith Is Married at Fnrlbaiilt, 3tlnn.— Monday's (Faribault, Minn., Daily News carried the following announcement at the top of its society page under a jloiible-column head; Eloise Marie DeChene, daughter of William Bernard DuChene, was married to Ralph John Lamuth, son of Mr. and Mrs. Matthew J. Lamuth, of Algona, Iowa, this morning at a wedding of simple appointment solemnized at 8 o'clock at the church of the Immaculate Conception. The j ceremony was. read by the Rev. Father J. P. Foley before an, altar banked with palms, tall cathedral; candles and baskets filled with blue! larkspur and gladioli shading from shell pink to deep rose. | Prof. W. J. Gay, church organist,, played the'nuptial program and ac-' companied Mrs. William P. Town- j send, soloist, who sang "Ave Maria" j by Gounod and "Panis Angelicus"! by Caesar Frank. After the cere-) mony Mrs. Townsend sang "Because" by Guy D'Herdelot. Miss Geneleve E. Becker, maid of honor and only attendant of the bride, wore a LeLong gown of shell pink crepe with a contrasting trim of deep rose tulle bordering- the hemline and the short sleeveless Jacket. Her hat, a small tulle turban, and heiv footwear matched the rose trimming of her grown. She carried a bouquet of pink premier roses and baby's breath. The bride was attired in a Vfon- net model of.white .Lucille crepe made with a cowl nec-kllne and with a girdle of chartreuse and gold draped at the waistline and 1 falling to the floor at the left side. Three hand 1 made French flowers of white, chartreuse and gold were 1 catrgftt at the left shoulder and extended down to the back. Her large garden hat of white horse hair braid was 1 trimmed with charteuse and gold taffeta ribbon. White faille slippers completed her costume. She wore a pearl necklace, given her by the bridegroom, and carried a bouquet Dobberstein Rocks Taken by Visitors [Tltonka Topic.] Monday afternoon we visited the grotto at West Bend, the first time we' had been there for several years. A great deal of work has been accomplished .since we were .there last, and the grotto becomes more and mor.e Impressive as the work advances. Father Dobberstein was much annoyed ..by children who were permitted to run at will over the grounds or whose parents dld.nert make it their business to see that their youngsters obeyed them. He- said that children would pick up- stones and throw them at the work, that they were disobedient; and caused him a great deal of annoyance when undisciplined. He said one child had cost him$2,800 'because she wouldn't mind. Father 'Dobberstein also said that one Sunday there were 5,000 visitors at the grotto, and in the evening one of his helpers called him to look at his ipile of stones. That afternoon people had carried off a ton and three-quarters of rock which had cost him $400. of Doings at a \ _ J __ Algona Markets > I- <C [ i"." |»y Wilbur J. find Alice Payne. At close of business July id, 16§2. HOGS f ' '„;,' Best sorted lights, 18o'-2«0 lbs.-M.S6 Best med. wt. butch., 280-260.44.10 Best prime hvy. butch., 280-30M8.SO "Best hvy. butch., 30q-360 Ibs.-Jf3.80 Packing sows, 300 to 350 Ibs— *"'" iPat cows — - ..... ~$2.00 to $3:26 Veal calves—— ..... -WO to ,M-60 ' J6.00 td union Twii, July 19-*-"The democratic convention was more exciting , than 1 the , republican powwow," \vrltea Lois 'Schenck, Chicago, who attended both. "That old stadium held 24,000 people most of the time, except for the first few days: and If you can imagine that many people in one place at one "time you can begin to imagine the size of the crowd. , "Then add a tremendous volume of noise, an overwhelming amount of im = milling around, a lot of ruby red I -j^fg "packing sows ,360-400 lbe.-|3.'10 chairs, and benches, beautiful *t lags , Beat 80WSi 450-500 ibs.-$2.70 to $2.80 everywhere, a few'bands, an over- ' r ' ATTT g <• " v sized organ;,.BOO or 600 newspaper ' CATlijis folk In the press galleries, and an Canners —————"$1.00 to $1.25 overflowing platform of well-known | Bulls _——->-. ——$1.75 to $2.25 people—and you .have somewhat of Cutters — ..._——-$1.25 to $1.75 a pic.ture of a great spectacle. "Underneath, out'of sight, were miles of radio and telephone lines, backstage was a reporting company, and .under the speakers' platform were radio studios from which emanated the news and speeches of the day. . , .. • • , "Tucked away here and there were food stands" dining rooms and sandwich "shops to feed the many who worked through mealtime or stayed all night." According to Miss, Schenck, Governor Ritchie's demonstration was probably .the most beautiful. 'Beautiful women opened cages, and out flew pigeons.' all pure.white. A brilliantly uniformed band in light blue kept up the music and hilnrlty and led ft In Intensity when enthusiasm started to die down. Lights glared as movie cameras wound rods of film and a young army of photo- grnnhers clickpd cameras. "People standing on tables, chairs, rnilfngs, and In fact on every available projection that will hold them, tff see what goes on. It is a maA,- flxci'ted scramble and no one knows what Ire's- doing. . Tour eyes .hurt wttft tfte glare of the lights, and figures dance before your eyes till you tnirffr oirce- in a while that this may perchance -be a scene in an insane asylum. BUt, finally, the tumult dies- down, fonts- talce their, seats, Fat steers . yearlings „——-$3.00 to I.4.6Q POULTRY Hens, .heavy ''—_>-:—-i' •—•' .10 Hens, Leghorn and under 4 Ibs. .,.08^ Cocks -— ~ '—" ''° 4 .Heavy springs — -I 2 Leghorn springs — '. ~,-10 PRODUCE ' .1 ! Eggs, graded No. 1 -12 Eggs, graded No, 2 ___- -08 Cash cream : 4^ GRAIN No. 2 yellow corn —: ' -24 No. 3 yellow corn -23 No, 3 white oats Feed barley New No. 2 barley _— : HIDES Calf and cow, Ib. ._-—. - w%e' Horse -: $.t.0fr Colt hides, each • '60 , and" pretty soon the cftofrman gets BANKS AT FORT DODGE REOPEN DOORS MONDAY Business was resumed' at Fonfc Dodge 'Monday morning, wiitMi ttothi the 'First State bank & Tfcust. company and the (Fort Dodge 1 National' -*- and a bouquet of flowers was pre- of "white Kilarney .roses and swan- sented her as a bride. The last i sonia - . program number was The Friend-1 Dr - w> Dwight Andrews, of At- ship Song, by both clubs. ! sona.. attended the bridegroom Ice cream, cake, and pie were sold best man. The rafters -were George week Wednesday night. In honor of Mrs. J. S. Auner, who leaves for a new home at Des Moines August 1. A two-course dinner was served at a single table centered with a bouquet esf garden flowers and orchid tapers. The chairback. covers were of orchid 1 , also other table and bridge aeeesrsorfesi. The high bridge score was wem* Jjy Marie Wehler. Mrs. Auner and Mrs. Earl Peck, Spencer, received guest prizes. IT. IT, A. FumDfcw to 1'lcnlck— The- 'R. N. A. club and all Royal Neighbor famines win have a picnic at the Ambrose A. Call state park next Ttaesday at $ p. m. Everybody aitttemdiiigr is to take dishes, silver, and a; covered 1 dfsh. , Persons who have- no other way to go may notify Mrs. .H. W. Post. Supper will be served By the Mesdames Ostrum, order enough to let the convention reopened for business.. There was a cltywlde celebrattam of the end of an 18-day drive' tp secure waivers of deposits, with' a band concert on the main business street at 9 a. m., when the "bank doors swung open. The band played "Happy Days Are Here Again." Sidewalk flags were set out, and Senator Dickinson-, wmy a^errded 1 . the city presented a gala appear- DICKINSON HOMF ARJIN; BUST SOME1HS AHEAD by the club girls on the lawn, fol- England and Ernest Chappuie. Following the formal program, and folk I lowing the ceremony The girls real- I breakfast for member from refresh- me diate families and the bridal party was served at the Hotel Faribault. games were played. The girls real- j breakfast for members of _the im- ized more than $12 ments. Another Social Friday Xlght. Last 'Friday evening the Plum Greek Elite club gave alawn social A floral decorative scheme of and green was carried. •Mr. and Mrs. Lamuth left for pink Top market price paid for wool. JOE GREEN6ERG PHONE 118 Notice I am buying cattle at Algona. If you have any cattle for sale please call 220-W. B. ¥, iiimm $1* K. Thorington, Wfe CALL FOR Tallort and community program on the spacious lawn ,at H. J. Bode's. Approximately 125 people were seated at small tables about the lawn, and while -they ate ice cream and cake, with coffee, sold by the club girls, heard a program which revealed fine talent and showed what communities can. develop along the,line .of home and community recreation. The program follows: Song, Club Trail, girls' club; play- let, Unfortunate Mr. Jones, Ida Mae Gardner and Willam Tjaden; song, Iowa, club girls; talk on woman's project goals and plans for 1933, H. D. A.; one-act comedy, City Rubes. The leading characters in the play, Patrick Murphy and Isadore Conwits, city "fellers" seeking jobs on the farm whose introduction to the country proves painful, were played by Frieda Paetz, as Patrick, and Helen Paetz, as Isadore. Other characters were: Mr. Graham, a farmer, "Bill" Paetz; John, hired man, Florence Johnson; Alice, farmer's daughter, Madeline Paetz. (Hub Uojs Give Stunt. .Five final numbers on the program were: song, The Long Tailed Cat, club girls; stunt, 4-H club boys, 'Frank Schdby, Floyd Bode, Eldon Shaw; playlet, scene on a railroad car, 'Lucille Calhoun, "Bill" Paetz, Irene Fitzgerald, Frances Fitzgerald, William Tjaden, Ida Mae Gardner, and Helen Burt; report on state 4-H convention, Frieda Paetz, club delegate, song, Crowds, 4-H club girls. The girls received more than $18 as proceeds of the social. The planning and training for the program are to be credited to Mary Tjaden and Evelyn Bode, a trip to northern Minnesota and Canada. 'For travel Mrs. Lamuth Is •wool suit trimmed with tan wool lace. Her and tan of the dress. After August 15 Mr. and Mrs. Lamuth will be at home at 207 (Fourth Avenue S. W. The bride is a graduate of Bethlehem academy. Mr. Lamuth is manager of the Swift and company produce plant of this city. Sunday evening at 8:30 o'clock a Muckey. Knlm, Godffedson, The entertainment and and program are in charge of Mesdames Geering, Helberj?, Storm, Guderian, and Bru-ns-,. • ' Entertain at Two Luncheons— Mrs. P. V. Janse and her daughter, Mrs. H. T. Miller, entertained at bridge luncheons last week Wednesday and Friday at Mrs. Wm. K. On Wednesday 24 wom- George Brechtbill. On Friday 28 women were entertained, and prizes were won by Mrs. A. D. Adams, Mrs. J. L,. Bonar, and Mrs. John Keneflck. Burt I/ivelj- league Sleets— dinner \%W given"tl^ebridarpartj" at i ' Fourteen members of the Burt Lively League met at Muriel Long's last week Wednesday, also two visi- the Hotel Faribault. laid for eight guests. oil emphasized the color motif yellow and green. Covers were Yellow gladi- SANDWICH SHOP IS SOLD; NEW NAME, 'AMOS & ANDY 1 W. A. Richardson and his. son-in- law. 'L. L. Bunner, have bought the sandwich shop north of the Call from Albert Wolter. They took possession Saturday and ' changed the shop's name to "Amos & Andy." In keeping with the times meals have been reduced to 25c. The new proprietors have already made a number of minor improvements, including repainting the front. The Bunners -hail from Fort Dodge, and Mrs. Bunner was formerly Etta Richardson. Hospital Patient Dies. Funeral services for Eila M. Rice were held at the La-ird & McCullpugh funeral home Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock, with the Rev. A. English in charge. Miss Rice, who had been a patient at the General hospital a year and a half, was boj-n In Vermont August 12, 1852, and was 79 years old. The body was taken to Moines for cremation. She is here, by L. J. De Oraw, a of tors were present. Roll call was | on desirable home magazines. The This evenrhad for some time been I program follow s: Articles for Lamp expected in Algona, the bride having' f~ aes ' Kathyn «tebrltz; Quilted ' Pillows, Muriel Long-; demonstration several times accompanied Mr. Lamuth on visits to his parents here. The bridegroom's father and the four Lamuth children still at home attended the ceremony, Mrs. Larn- uth being unable to go because of sickness. by Dorothy Brooke on attractive ways to finish and hang curtains; Funiture Arrangement and Balance, Cleo Hobson. .1. S. Aimers Are Honored— The bridegroom, who was reared I Mr - and Mrs. J. T. Chrischilles en- here, is a graduate of the Algona j -tertalned Sunday night in honor of high school. He learned the produce; M !'- and Mrs. J. S, Auner. At business here under his father and j °' c lopk a two-course "dinner was has since made rapid progress. His bride has been a-, stenographer Faribault. at IsVnvIyweds Honored lit Parties— served at a single table centered with a bouquet of roses and tapers The after-dinner hours were spenl informally. Other guests were Mr i and Mrs. Wm. Nugent, Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Herbst, Mr. i Helen Dlngley, Marie Wehler, anc and Mrs. W. A. Lorenz, and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. T. H. ChrlschiUes. Mrs. H. M. Smith entertained at dinner and bridge last ' Thursday night at the Country club clubhouse in honor of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. McMahon, newlyweds. The high scores were won by 'Mrs. Leland Coonan, Des Moines, and F. E. Kent, guest took something for the Each the republican state convention at Des Moines Tuesday as a delegate from 'Kossuth and" took- a prominent part in the proceedings, got home yesterday morning. ' How much he will be here this summer is not yet known but he will doubtless be away a good deal of the time. On the way from Washington to- Iowa Re stopped 'at Chicago to open headquarters as a member of the republican senatorial committee directing senatorial campaigns in Illinois; Indiana, Ohio, Iowa, North- and" S'outli Dakota, Wisconsin, Kentucky, OTl'a- ance. More than 8,000 waivers were sfgned by depositors In' the two •banks. These waivers pledged no withdrawals on accounts for three years, during which 3 per cent interest will be paid. The city was first closed for ; 12 days by order of Mayor C. V, Findley, but the period, when it expired and: the drive had not been entirely successful, was extended six daysnip. to Monday morning. The Martin Fireworks company fl'redi bombs high in the air over the spur!, Oklahoma, Arkansas; and| eity at'8:30 a. m. Monday, when de- Kansas. He will probably be in- de-1 artfe&m to reopen was announced, mand as a stump speaker for the Tbi» was the first news that- the drive had been successfully completed. Last week banks In many other Tewa; towns in which business had been stopped succeeded in securing tfte needed waivers and were reopened. f -i ;. f •,!••. i om N £ x i ft t&rbst's bargain center «Wd ddbw north Call Theatre r ABDUCTIONS OK Bmt ABllCLE Iff THE PLACE *\ In accordance with our policy O f i™ , Annex busy and offering exceptional barS? p!ng * the entire month of July, we offer this £1 dry article in the Annex, NOT ESPECIAT T v d ' T.IONED Ifc THIS ADVERTISEMENT fl t Ml count of , ' ai 10 FEE LESS THAN LOW Goods liot included in this discount, are Children's wash dresses, a,nice nseortment of sizes from 2 to 12, regular. $1.25 and $1.68 values, while they last. " '~ 1 t garments' .— .Large sized 'ladles' house ''"•""Tjfresses; also a few regular ^size's from 14 to 60—fast color, | ,*,«,, prod styles for quick • clearance t FOB 11.85 ,'CMIdren's fast colored romp- 49c Sheets, 72x99.. 69t 42x36-lnch cases, -. dust a tew. toft J( Any ladies' hat in out they ttim Still .a nice selection of hrf knit suits, Including ' boucles in .-, . ( small sizes. • sizes 1 and 2 v dlikfren'« fine cotton and 1 «flfc half aox. lOc A big lot of ladles' 8 «k ' es, all sizes, values to special for this week VOILE DRESSES AT MAIN ; j These dresses are .oii sale at Cb.riscb.IHps Herbst's regular store. . * . ^""scmilea. Every voile and summer cotton, dress included $2.45 Tallies 1*. T«l«e .S Buy for hot days ahead at these special pricei BTlTDCfET ESTIMATE AND RECORD OF FILING T0WK AS» CITT ESTOfATK town exjtrncil of Lone Rock, of Kossuth Iowa, will meet August..», 1932,, at 8 p. m., at the Lone Rock * Taxpayers will be heard! for or against the following estimate. pendltures* at tftat. ttarei wiurano '.,,.-.';..-'•' ''-' ''.'•'. ,'. " : •'.'•• , • E.M. JENBE Propose* Bal, Estfmat. Eft. In- Amt Nee ' : ' Il-^.rJ Expt on Hand Surplus ' come to be ' fnr ; : . FUNDS' . Em. JunwW «e«UL Other than Raised Year !| 1933 1932 OB. Hand Taxation by Tax 1931 " Corisoliaatedl ~ General' "Improvement .Grading $550- J1.364 republican ticket as a whole over a wide territory. A good picture of the senator and a colleague appeared on Tuesday's Chicago Tribune picture .page. :en Two Wedding Permits. Marriage applications have oe__. filed at the district court clerk's office by: Heiko Andrew Bosrna,- of Buffalo Center, Elsie Aldorothy Janson, takota; Alfred G. Wolter, Algona, and iFreda Alma Lelninger MRS, OTTO HARIG DIES OF CANCER; BURIAL SATURDAY Funeral services for Mrs. Otto •Harig, Hollandale, Minn., were held at the local 1 Catholic- cnn-rcft Saturday morning at 9 o'cloclt, wftfr the Rev. .Father Shoemaker; substitute sona> and ' pastor, In charge. Whittemore. Mrs. Harig was the daughter of Mrs. Peter Andre, wht> lives on Diagonal street, arof snw was born September 7, 1887, .at, St. Joe, being- 44 at her death-. The Harigs moved- to Hollandale, Minn., six years- ago. Mrs. Harlg Is survived by her husband and ten children, besides her mother. Death WPS the result of cancer. Burial was made in the local Catholic cemetery. Otto Harig, the, husbantf, is- a son of the late Mr. I and Mrs. Jacob Harig, who farmed I MODERN HOUSE FOR .„,. „„. near St. Benedict before they moved i age.—Mrs. Gabriel, phone* Vta£\&r" to Algona. Want Ads WANTED—MEDIUM-SIZED wood stave allo.—Box 1, Burt, la. 10p45 HATS AND DRESSES, 50o EACH this week—The Elite Shop. I0u45 3H BENT—MODERN" HOUSE with double garage.—Mrs. Agnes 10p44-46 shelf, and the gifts were presented to the McMahons. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Streit also en- Other Society. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Bonar and Dr. and Mrs, L. C. Nugent entertained at dinner and bridge at the Country club clubhouse Sunday night. The high scores were won.by Mrs. Clem Nugent. 'Los Angeles and Dr. R. H. Crawford, jndianapolis. There were ten guests. Other out-of-town guests were Mr. Nugent, Mrs.- Crawford, tertained in the McMahons' honor j and Mrs t A? K" Cliff , Ames " Friday night, at an evening bridge ' ' ' ' party. Mrs. Streit's sister-in-law, Mrs. Leland Coonan, Des Moines, was also an honor guest. Bridge was played at four tables, with Lorraine Coonan, Emmetsburg, and R. ^H. Miller winning the high scores. Clubhouse Party Next Tuesday— A dinner and bridge party took place at the Country club clubhouse Tuesday nlgh't, with the following committee in charge: . Messrs, and Mesdames W. A. Foster, F. E. Kent, H. L. Gilmore, R. P. Norton, and M. G. Norton, and Wm. Steele Jr. There were 34 In attendance. The high 'scores were won -by Mrs. C. H. Williams and R.. W. Horlgan. The-next afternoon party Is scheduled for next Tuesday afternoon, with the following women as hostesses: Mesdames M. P. Haggard, S. J. (Backus, M. P. Weaver, and P. y. Janse. The next evening party is scheduled for August 2. P»rty Honors Mrs. J. 8. Auner-Mrs. J. T. Chrisenilles entertained 1$ women at dinner and bridge at the Country club clubhouse laSit The Rebekahs and, their . families will have a picnic at the Ambrose A. Call state park, tomorrow afternoon. 'Each family Is to take its own sandwiches, a covered dish, dishes, etc. The W. R. C. will have a picnic on the lawn at Mrs. L. G. Willson's next Wednesday afternoon at 2:30. Members are to take a covered dish, sandwiches, dishes, and silver. The Presbyterian Missionary and Helping Hand societies Will- hold a HAROLD MON.SON, LIVFRMORE BOY. IS DROWNED IN RIVER Livermore was shocked last week Tuesday by the drowning of Mr, and Mrs^ Henry Mormon's son Harold. 13. The drowning took place in the Des Motnes river at a point a mile north of the town. The boy and two younger sisters were wading! When Harold got into trouble the girls ran for help and called Lewis Bordwell, working in a hear-by field. Bordwell entered the river and had .taken but a few steps when the current brought the. body to him. A doctor was called, but an attempt at. resuscitation failed. Besides the parents, 12 brothers and sisters survive. Fun^ eral services were held at the Livermore Catholic church last Thursday ' ".!.• '• Story on Henry Field. Politically-minded people who like a readable article will find one" In the current Saturday Evening Post by Louis H. Cook, one of the recent republican candidates for U. S. Senator, who tells why Henry Field won the nomination. FOR RENT—ROOMS EITHER FOR light housekeeping or sleeping •poms.—Call 771. MODERN APARTMENT FOR rent —Kossuth County State Bank Examiner in Charge. HuSlU joint meeting at Mrs. George John's this afternoon at 2:30. Fellows Home Sold, Dr. P. V. Janse has purchased the Mrs. C. D. Fellows home on the corner of College and Harlaw streets, and will get possession November 1. st Mrs. -Fellows' plans have not been announced. The Baptist Mission Aid will meet this afternoon at 2:30 at Mrs. Will Bowman's; Mrs. W. T. Presnell, lesson leader. Stove Fire Put Out. A gasoline stove at WJlUaro Pes- totnlk's bouse caught fire yesterday afternoon, and the flrenaen called, but before the trucks the stove had been wrappeij up 'jo a rug and carried to the yaed. The rug was #till burning, from but Jt water •Ing 'three or four y«*r* back have built up » good stdclin* '« mlmeofnipblnir. In jfcct H» print m in the back ihop »r* * utt Je^loui, became ve do fuch wor| ftDd quicker th»n «hey c»n print th» lam* job. The prtntwt feftvt MI pre*. b« It fir! «•« «ur KM**) »r LOST—SACK OF SUGAR, between Akre's and Catholic church-.. Ke- tEAL ..ESTATE' — RENTALS— small loansr-lneurance. — Algona nsurance Agency. '»nSetf AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE ^ low rates-full oovera se .-.Algona Insurance Agency. 9 u86tf LOST — SCHA'PFER fountain pen near Call Reward.—Call Advance. theatre. SMALL LOANS MADE—*50 UP TO *»00-no waiting. Loans made at once.—Algona Insurance Agency, --. _j 16u36tf FOR ISALE - CUC'UMBERS AND cabbage^L. a Pool, phone 18F? "« southeast state, park. Will de: • 15p45 liver. book on courthouse grounds after Must P Sewer Water Light Llgtitt Plant. _ J,«fl» Fire' EJqpip, - 265 Waterworks! SO* 306 Water Bonds 1,00* ;l,20* Light 1 ' Bonds*:. 200 'Bond Interest 800" RoadI Bragging: &« 450 SO* 50 575 290 1,000 '600 Totals _ f21500 fS.TOS 400 1,100 2,465 BMimatEdl tanas pec $400* «f assessed value, $10.33. ' • Taxable' valuation (l»aa> r Moneys; aaidl Ckedlt» For Service We Dry Clean your oH| clothes and save you money! If you want a New Suit] we can furnish it made U measure. Call and see the! new patterns. Modern Dry Cleanei PHONE 617 , FOR residence property with tagh-Brothers. ^JVYH 'iff v^T THK GENTLEMAN "'iN whose car my coat was left nleaae mall it collect to me at 609 W SffSUS;. *"*"* n1 ^ YOUR ICE"MbNEY"~Wl'Liir r NOT • melt away when applied on electric refrigerator. Only 5%| meal and you will soon own on' WE AiRE MOS-JfoS^^j-^ AU and the Wet?el Brolly. CASH SPECIALS Friday and Saturday Only! Pork and Beans, 6 cans .. Sweet Pickles, qt aize ,—Me' No. 2 can Sliced PJneap|»le 16« Hamburger _„__„ _ ia« Bed Beans * 'Dill Pickles, qt. '•" Muiter?, 2 for 22-oz. Salad Oil Hats, Dresses, Overalls, CbUgren/s How etc- P for HAW GREEN'S STORE «f fhvifPi, flnl door Laird & MeCvUoufb

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