Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 28, 1932 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 28, 1932
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\i s ft'v «H ' • A'|H," n > '><, mm ( OFF FOR TOUR IN THE WEST -Welter, July 16—4ra 0. Benton, Minneapolis nurse, her staler Mild.«*. Etninetsburs teacher, their fcnother 'Delbert, and Edith Welter 3eft Wesley test Thursday for a western trip. Delbert furnished the WM- *nd J» chauffeur. The Benton folks are children of Mr. and Loser to Si i G. at Horseshoe Pitching MM. Wallace Benton; Edith a Omtbtcr of Mr. and Mrs. Robert "Welter. The party will go through XeflawBtone park, and may decide to jfo on to California to visit relatives «f the Bentons. They will return 5. Has Outdoor Meeting— Methodist Aid will meet on church lawn this week Thurs- and a pot-luck lunch will be A committee which meets Mrs. Bawaon this week Tues- report on- a.' banquet for high school alumni August Tbt> W. -F. M. S, meets with Mrs. Hutchins&it'Hhls :week"FrK JLedyard, July 26—A horseshofe contest was held here Thursday evening with Swea City coming tot the first contest to b% held here. There are eight players on each side. They play 16 games of 50 points to a game. 'Swea City won by a, large score. Those who bitched for Ledyard are: Armln Schultz, Jess O'Keefe, Marquis Lindsey, Engelbart Logeman, Ernest Ploeger, Alfred Schadendonf, Carl Flsherbach, and Glenn Yahnke. Canadian* Visit In Lcdyard— Mr. and Mrs. Douglas McKenzle, of Toronto, Canada, and two eons Robert and Douglas, arrived last week Wednesday to visit Mrs. Mc- Kenzte's mother, Mrs. John Looft, and other relatives. Her sister Edith •Looft, a nurse at Des Moines, ar- M \& rived last week here. for her vacation Siste isits Him— an absence of two or fhree months Mrs. Axel Johnson has ^returned from Alexandria, Minn., «wBed by news of the sickness of a •another, J. B. Riebhoff, at Algona. JBhe bad been caring for her sister- Mre. (Peter Anderson, Alexand plans to return in two Banker Meets Relatives— The John Hutchisons picnicked at THT-etA. Uond Sunday with John's relatives, the Dr. P. O. Dorwellers, of Bend, the 'Harry Browns, Den- Karl Hutchison, Kansas City, Hatchiaon, Rockwell City, the Iteckers, Des Moines, and Mteir son. Doctor Decker. Xea Add Improvements— 'Men of St. Joseph's congregation H fcav« bwn devoting spare time dur- the last two weeks to cement- the church basement in partial •^preparation for an annual bazaar in 3*te Aueust. The cement will be allowed to dry before other work is •done. Attend Party »t Elmore— Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Engelby and children, Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Engelby and son and Mr. and Mr». Inman Engelby and daughter,' went Barnes" to Elmore Sunday to attend a birthday dinner in honor of Mre. Zaccarlson, Mre. Engelby's mother. Toby and children, of St. Paul, Minn., and a Miss Swaya, of 'Rugby, N. D., are visitors this w6ek at Charles Bashara'd. Mrs. Tlce Brack and Aleltha, Mrs. George Moulton ond' Anita Qelhaus left a Week ago Monday for inter- laken, where they had a cottage for tKe week. Mrs. LaUra Neister returned from Yale with her niece and 'husband, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harvey, of Minneapolis, last week Tuesday. The George Thompsons, son Milton and his wife, of Sioux City, had a picnic supper at Interlaken laat week Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Green and Mrs. Addle Arpke were In Algona a week ago Monday, and while there visited at J. Robert's. Mrs. Wm. >La Cour, and Elgar and Dorothy, spent Saturday and Sunday at J; Blome and Ed. Junkermeier's. . I • Mrs. Ernest Jorg'enson- and two I children, of Elmore, visletd Friday with her,, parents,...Mr./,and Mrs. A. CEL Bl 5 SUCCESS Burt, brallon July 46—The Legion cele- hews Friday was welt attended and. yielded the Legion pdst a profit. Two afternoon ball games drew a good-Aimed crowd. A g&nte between Burt and Bancroft resulted In a victory for Bancroft, U->7, and a game between the Corwlth Night' hawks and "Donaldson's team resulted In a victory for Corwlth, 16-14. A feature of the evening entertainment wae an exhibition by the Esthervllle drum and bugle corps, of which A. W. Radeke, local garageman, to a member. The performance ,was much enjoyed. Music was also furnished by the Burt band. A dance at the Radeke garage was well attended. Considering the times, the Legion boys are results. , • well satisfied with Finger Is Gashed by Stick- Ray Marquis met with a- painful accident last week while playing with hie nephew. He held a rough atlck in his hand, and as the nephew grabbed It. The stick ripped his ^middle finger open so that six stitches had to be taken In the wound. Baglnes* FroaWSAre 'Burl's main street has; been much bettered In appearance by Improve^ ments on i several • business ..-front*. - . „ T T ,,,„,„,„;,..„ nf G. J. F.Voger recently had his store Mr. and Mre- J. J^Tmmoney^o^^^,^ palnted the J( H . Graham Implement building has 'been repaired and painted, ( the C. -B. Chipman furniture atore'has been painted, and the -bakery was also painted recently. , ; Tillmoney, and Wlemer Two Changes In Houses— The William Garrys have moved and are again settled in the John Tillmoney house. The Cecil Petersons are now living in the Wm. Behse residence recently vacated by the A. E. Lauritzens. Son Born to Roy Wnks— Mr. and Mrs. Roy Link are parents of a son born Saturday at the hospital In Forest City. tBoetors Complete "Western Tour— Doctors K. L. and James Adams, and son, returned Friday i a western trip. They had been three weeks. They saw Mortton Sturdivant. the local -isois, -who is second gunner's •an th-e S. S. Nevada, San Diego. Son Suffers Injury— Joseph Skow is suffering from a Sprained ankle. While he was rid- Horseback one day last week the slfpped and fell, and he was -caught beneath. JEw«ier Wesley Girl Here— XCose Wagner, Milwaukee, for- jnHrrij- Wesley, is visiting her aunt, Sins. Michael Wingert, a sister, Mrs. Kfllian, and other relatives. Oth«r Ledyard News. •Frank Redinger came Saturday for his wife, who spent the last week with her mother, Mrs. •Banche Jenks. They returned to their home at Des Moines. James Logan accompanied them as far as Alden to visit his gandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Neuenfeldt, one-time residents here. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson editor's I entertained W. B. Mason, Janette mate | and Lottie Mason, of Lu Verne, Mr Ellis and -Flora Mason, of Toledo O., at dinner last week Wednesday Mrs. George Toby, Mrs. Hartshorn, homes. Betty Matzener spent laet Thursday at the Glenn Behse home with Dorothy -Stubbe, who is visiting here. Mrs. V. A. Barrett left Saturday or a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Raney, of Livermore. Muriel Reece entertained 16 girls ..t her home north of town Friday afternoon in honor of her birthday. Bill Weimer, Janice Williams. Elvin Carpenter, and Ruth Swartzell vent to the Okobojls last Thursday. George Hagge and two ^daughters, ,Irs. Ella Gelhaus and Anita, were n Waseca, Minn., 'last. Thursday. , Janice Williams returned to her home at'^Reddlng Saturday, after hree weeks at L. W. Welmer's. Mr. and: Mrs. Inmar Engelby and daughter, of Deerwood. Minn., spent the week-end "at Olaf Engelby's. Betty Matzener entertained seven little girls at a sewing club at her home Friday afternoon. Mrs. J. C. Peterson, of Sanborn, and son visited at Cecil Peterson's over the week-end. Ruth Swartzell, of Olln, came last week Monday to visit at D. A. Carpenter's. Mrs. Swan Olson, of •Esthervllle, is visiting this week at L. W. Wiemer's. Cleo Gable spent the week-end at the Ed Reese home. Portland F. B. Women Meet- Portland "Fa.rm Bureau women met last Thursday at Mrs, John Koestler's, with Mrs. fianney Koestler and Mrs. Carl Carlson as assisting hostesses. Roll call was answered with What's Going on In the World Today. Mrs. E. B. Dlttmer gave a talk on Home Project work or next year. Picnic Honors Wisconsin Girt— Marllda Pratt wae hostess at a picnic'at the Ambrose.. A. Call park Honday evening in honor' of Laura Waffle, Kendall, Wis. Other guests vere Helen Thompson, Rachel Clapsaddle, Norma -Bettln, lona Meyer, Margot Morness, and Erna Peterson. Teacher Comes Home— .Leota Hall returned from summer I jsiiMXjl at Iowa City Saturday. She' tteotches Normal methods in high school at New Richland, Minn. SWEA CITYANS AT DINNER OF S, S, COUNCIL Smith. They made the trip in hours, according to the Swea Citj Herald, driving continuously excep during two hours delay at For Scott, Kans. Vh* It&f .'Sundiky at^ Mrs". ifcw' MoDdti- Mrs, Sticknfey arid Mrs. Me'' botiaid are cousin*. Mrs, Earl Olrtoft afld her children left Friday for 'their home at Oskaloosa, after several weeks With Mrs. Glrton's ( . mother, Mrs. Gertie Thompson. Mrs. Ivan Long, Swea City, and three children spent Monday with the former's 'parents, Mr. and Mrs, J. N. Holding. Mr. Holding Is tinder a doctor's care! Otto Kraushaar Went to Waverly 'Sunday to* take his mother for a couple of weeks at a Minnesota lake, Mrs. Carrie Melneer, 'daughter Anna, and the R. E. Kautzkys, Fort Dodge, were Sunday guests at A, H Melnter'e. Winsome and Nelda Volentlne got home last week Monday from Chicago, where they had visited an aunt.... ,\ '„•"• '•','::•_: : > •' • .... •The Robert arid the Alfred Lea- .sons, Algona, 'epent; Friday a ; t Ar thurLeason!s and'attended the Le ( glon celebration. Mrs. George Carroll, with Myrtle Hknna,'Lone'RbbK;-spent the'week end with 'Mrs. Frank Brunson, for merly of Algona, at Spencer. The <L. H. Schencke and the W. Rashes visited at Rolfe and Lau rens Sunday. The Rashes formerly lived at Laurens. Helen- Thompson spent a coupl of days last week with Janice Wlet horn, of Monona, who was at Clea Lake. Beulah Youngblood, .Ontario Calif., arrived last week Wednesda to visit her sister, Mre. B. W. Brooke. She formerly lived here. Sen. Geo. W. Patterson, G. J. F. Vogel, and R. .8. McWhorter attended the republican state convention at Des Moines last week Tuesday. The Albert' Blelchs, Spring Val- ntOf* N(». ««4J. Jn DtolfiCt Court, March term to All Whorti It Ma* You are hereby notified, that **) nstrument o! writing purporting be th« last Wl» and te«taih*nt 6f Augusta Rlstaiit deceased, da«d February 28, 1932, having been thl» day filed, opened and read, the 16th day of August, 1932, 4» fl*«d hearing proof of same at the Cdtirt House In Algona, Jowa, before th* District Court of said County or the Clerk of said CoUrt, and at 11 o'clock m. of the day above mentioned, all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear «n< show caws?, If any they have, why said Instrument should not be pro bated and allowed as amd for the last'Will and Testament of ttM ceased. ...•'' >. • ,.' • Dated at Algona, Jowa, July 14 im. ••..-••' ; . ../" •- , . , : ' CLARK OBtO Clerk of District Court ' By OLAHA 8CHAAP. ; '•' ••• : ' " •. ••',-/".'.' .." Deputy Sullivan, McMahon A Llnnan, Attorneys. 46-4 Nerves/ ley,. Minn., and friends spent the week-end 'With Albert's parents, Mr. and Mrs: {W; E. Blelch. Lorena and Erna Peterson enter- Thursday.) ; . ; June Hudson,. .Wesley,, is visiting NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTT, 88. Notice is hereby given that by vlr tue of a General Execution d rected to me from the Clerk'of th District Court of Kossuth county Iowa, on a judgment rendered i said court on the 15th day of De cember 1928, In favor of L. A, Andrew, Superintendent of Banking of the State of 'Iowa, as Receiver of the Algona State bank, Algona, 'Iowa, as plaintiff, and against Henry C. Nelson, as defendant, for the sum of Two Thousand Seven Hundred Fifty-Eight and. ; 50/1QO.- ($2758.60).,and the records of said court show a balance still due of $2323.65 Dollars and costs, (.taxed, -ati.''Seventy-Six -and *9/'100($76.S9) Dollars and accru- Schwlctertg In Reunion Sunday—The W. H. 'Schwleterts, Mrs. Bertha 'Schwietert, her family, and the Erwin Schwieter.ts attended, a reunion at the Ambrose A. Call park Sunday. Others attending were the Henry and Charles 'Klamps and the Ingersolls, Algona, and the Paul Manors, Emmetsburg. Pastor Aten Takes Vacation— The Rev. S. H. Aten and his family left Monday for Beaver Falls, Pa., for two weeks with the Rev. Mr. A'ten's mother and other relatives. There will be no preaching at ,the Presbyterian church during their absence. <XH!aofc Relallves Visit Fanner— John Taylor, Chatsworth, 111., and tQic lamily ot his son Charles carna 3tat -week to visit the eon and brother Roy, north of "Wesley. " Of.ner >v *isiey News. •Hie TValllam Hendersons got home . day lost week from three weeks which they visited relatives ••att .Horton, Kas., and other points. A Swollicr of Mr. Henderson from SHaason, ran the local pool hall, and ihls family occupied the house. A. !BO>le conference will begin at She Methodist camp, the Okobojis, Sunday, but the Rev. Mr. Mc- Methodlst pastor, does not ^expect to go till next week Friday, an Algona district meeting is Swea City, July 26—(Last week Friday evening the Silas 'Skows near Wesley, entertained the county Sunday school council. A 7 p. m. dinner was served to 16 persons, and after dinner plans were laid for the annual county Sunday school convention, which is to be held this year at Sexton on September 17. Messrs. Herbrecht and 'Hutton, state cnurch Sunday school workers, are to take Sunday, •part. Work has already been start- pulplt &unaa y- ed on a canvass of the county. The Rev. and Mrs. B. L. Weaver and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Warburton represented Swea City at the meet- Ing. Mr. Weaver and Mrs. Warburton are members of the council. S. C. Youths Off for West— Leonard Applequiet and Donald Dourte left for Dunnell, Minn,, Saturday evening, and thence, with two friends, left Sunday morning for the west. Leonard was to visit relatives in Washington, and Donald to visit his brother William at Wenatchee, in the same state. Former Teacher Visits Hcre-r Mrs. Ruth SpoOner-Pike, Clinton, and her little son came Saturday for a week-end with Misses Warner and Whitney and other Burt friends. Mrs. Pike taught in the Burt high school 18 or 20 years ago, and later taught at Lone Rock. her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Squalre Hudson. Mrs. Lillian Sheldon .left a week ago Sunday for Condee, >S. D., to visit relatives. < Mrs. ,J. T. Heaney was hostess to the Fortnightly club last week Wednesday afternoon. The Burton Isenbergere, Valley Junction, vlstted several days last week at the J. O. Isenberger and M. A number of Lutheran young people attended a Walther League piny at Fenton Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Haase are parents of a 9-lb. son, born Sun-lay night. Gail ' Shackelford, Goldfleld, Is spending this week with Kathryn Elvidge. Nellie and Hiram Berkland, Thor, visited Friday at the H. W. Manus home. Sarah Neeling, Algona, came last week Wednesday for a week or two at R. S. John'e. The Sewing Circle met last Thursday at Mrs. F. E. Rubey's. Visiting- Pastor Fills Pulpit— The Rev. Herbert Swanson, Muskegon, Mich., is visiting his brother, the Rev. Raymond Swanson, pastor of the local Immanuel Lutheran L. Vinaas homes. School Superintendent Home— Supt. and Mrs. Donald Weir and their son returned last week Tuesday from Sussex, Wte., where they had spent a number of weeks with Mre. Weir's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. McGill. HEAD THE WANT-ADS ing costs, I have levied upon .the following described real property as the property of the said Henry C. Nelson to satisfy said execution, towit: An undivided one-half (%) Interest of Henry C. Nelson in and :to the East Half (E%) of the Southwest Quarter (SW%) of Section Eighteen (18) In Township Ninety- Six (96) North, of Range Twenty- seven (27), West of the Fifth P. M., Kossuth county, Iowa; and I will proceed to sell said property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said execution,, with costs and accruing costs at public auction to the highest bidder, for cash, In hand, on the llth day of August 1932, at the east door of the Cour House in Algona, In Kossuth coun ty, Iowa, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., of said day, when and. wher due attendance will be given by th undersigned. Dated this 12th day of July, 1932 L. E. HOVEY, Sheriff of Kossuth County, Iowa By Everett L, Harris, Deputs Van Ness and Miller, Plaintiff's Attorneys. 46-4 She wa§ down town y<*tord«y» shopping, walking aun , •landing newly «11 day,; When she got home her feet to! like hot coals, as if all th« nerves of her body were in them All 'night long they throbbed and ached—so she's a bit I snappy thfo itoorning,; Friend Husband doesn't know has TARSAIXIIA. Perhaps hell, read the good news e «quU>tty;j*ugg«t that she wear this wonderful, new she* I with the exclusive, patented Air-filler tread that moldj iteelf to the sole of YOUR foot, relaxing and supporting nerves and bones and muscles. ^ This smart shoe with the feather-weight arch-support'—the' shoe that makes walking a pleasure and gives poise and youthful charm to the body. Thfe shoe that prevents and relieves calluses and corns. Made by the AULT-SHACKVOHD SHOE Co., Auburn, Maine. Moderately priced,' $2.98 to W.»5 Whether you're ln % your twenties or thirties—, whatever your age — just try a pair of Air-Tred Shoes. /, , JIMMIE NEVILLE "The Shoe Main" Algona, Ii, _'*»*« com/or. „ THR.ho.lh.tdcM When In need of glasses have your eyes DR. F. E. SAWYER, Opt. • - - ' iqi thoroughly examlnet Algona, lo READ THE ADVANCE WANT AD Si Al Wagner, Corwith, and her Nina May, Dwight, and Kenay. visited Mrs. Wagner's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Felt Sun- iflay, and Nina May stayed for a ".longer vinit_ The KUIIZ families picnicked at iClear Lake Friday, and Saturday %dward, now of Madison, Wis., left "for Des Moines to help his uncle, Corey, before and during the Former Alg'onlans Are Hosts— The Prank J. Thomsons entertained the following persons over the week-end: Mrs. Thomson's mother, Mrs. Campbell, Waterloo; an aunt, Mrs. Nellie Stickney, Vancouver, Wash., and the latter's daughter Helen; a sister, Mrs. Earl Quitmeyer, Aurora, 111., her husband, and daughters. The Thomsons are former Algonians. Mr. Thomson, who used to run a Plum Creek elevator, is now manager of the Quaker Oats elevator here. The surname was spelled "Thompson" when the family lived at Algona, but after the removal to 'Swea City the letter "p" was dropped to conform to an old Girls Spend "Week at Lake— Dorine and Mildred (Llnde, Mildred Pearson, Marjorie and Irene 'Lund- qulst, an Arlotte Skromme epent last week at Sllverslde park, chaperoned by Edna. Nyman. Farmers Dusy With Threshing— Threshing began Monday in every direction from Swea City. Some threshing was done last week, but the grain was'found to be damp. little daughter of the •3*0. Meurera, who has been sick vith pneumonia ten days, is thought 4o tte on the road to ecovery. Leona Sieiiner is helping Mrs. Meurer. BJrs. George Aldrich is having a ••w**fc*j visit from her sister, Mrs. T. .3. leading, Mr. Kading, their son and her brother, Herbert , all of Webster, S. D. Olaf Funnemarks visited the Bohannons, Algona, Sunday The John Ormsbys en- itaxtuned the Ben Schrauths, north •of Wesley farmers. Members of the Congregational flchurcfa here attended a second union -evening meeting at Britt Sunday .evening. This includes the Upper 3Ta,t church, air. and Mrs. Ben Hopkins and 8Kfr. and Mrs. Guy M. Butts, accom- 3wnied by the Seth Bensons, Mil- liicuicked at the Okobojis Sun- Mrs. Clarence Edwards Dies- Mrs. Clarence Edwards, who used to live north of town, died at a 'Bancroft hospital Friday, following an operation. The body was brought to the Curtis undertaking house here and later taken to her home north of Lakota. Funeral services were held at the Methodist church, Lakota, Monday, conducted by the Rev. F. O. Johnson, Lakota pastor, and burial was made in the Swea City cemetery. She left, besides her husband, two daughters. She was only 43 years old. Martin Sanftncr Is Dead— Martin Sanftner, south of Swea City, died Monday, following a stroke. He left six children. His wife died a few months ago. Other Swea City. The 'Samuel Warburtons helped James Warburton celebrate a birthday Sunday by spending' the evening at his home. The Roy Worleys and the F. G. Torines also were present. Mr. and Mrs. William Kaufman and Lete Young have returned to Chicago after three months with Mrs. Kauffman'-s and Miss Young's wrenta, Mr. and Mrs, J. E. Young. A monthly meeting of the Methodist Sunday school board was held at George Nelson's last Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Curtis attend- Vlsltor Here 93 Years Old— H. P. Waffle and hie son Warren, with the latter's wife and daughter, arrived Saturday to visit the W. B. Pratts. H. P. Waffle, who is 93, is a brother of Mrs. Pratt. The Waffles live at Kendall, Wis. Othqr Bart News. Selina Clifton went to Mason City Monday to help for a time In a receiver's office there. This office Is headquarters for a number of closed banks of which W. C. Pyle wae formerly receiver but which were recently transferred to 'Selby Russell, receiver of the Burt bank. The Walter Gardners, East Chain, Minn,, spent Friday at R. F. Elvidge's. Mrs. Gardner taught In the 'Burt schools some years ago, and Mr. Gardner taught in rural schools near here. , Mrs. Laura Mantor, Cedar Falls, and her daughters Edna and Marjorie visited from last week Tuesday till Friday at the Warner-Whitney home. They are former Burt residents. The F. E. and Axel Mefferd and Robert Condlff families, of Pocahontas, and Marjorie Beneke, Laurens, visited 'Sunday at F. H. Nordin's. They are relatives of Mr. Nordin. Mrs. L. V. McWhorter and her daughter, Jane Carolyn, returned the funeral Grove Friday, of a niece at Eagle 'Sunday from several weeks with •Mrs. MoWhorter's mother at Berea, Tbe Homer Andersons, of Algona ; juid the Gordon C. Giddlngs, Wes- itojr. were Sunday guests of the Law- ?3uenc€ I^anseiis. Tius John Harrises, Sexton, and •the Homer Andersons, Algona, vls- Ste* Mre. Nettie Turgeson last TiMj Mesdames Ben Hopkins, Mary Coetz, and Ann Kunz^ with Dorothy Osetz, were Algona visitors Friday. jQUeu Seaberg, attending school at IUWA City, spent the week-end at few nude iPeter Seatoerg'e. 'George Goetzes were Sunday ol Mra. Goetz's pay.enta, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ricke. Anna Xlom will take part in a re- •cftal by ipuplls of Mrs. Sylvia Gunn, algona.. Saturdiy. Mrs. Bertha Skow, Emmetsburg, is -rSsiUug the Skows and the Ole I'lonis. Joliuette Looft spent last week at 'lier brotlier Henry's at Seneca. Threshing begins this week among farmers in this vicinity. Lutherans Plan Sunday Festival— •Next Sunday the Lutheran churches of Swea City and neighboring communities will hold theii second annual festival at Sylvania park, a mile south of .Fairmont. The Rev. Raymond Swanson, Swea City is chairman; A. B. Tweeten, also Swea City, music director. Local choirs will appear on the program. The Rev. 'Bmll Swenson, Minneapolis, will be a, guest speaker. Alaskan Missionary is Speaker- Helen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ward Taft, Spirit Lake, formerly here, gave a talk at the Grant Methodist church Sunday. She is a graduate of the Grand Consolidated high school, and she later attended the state normal at Cedar Palls. After teaching school in the south for some years she went as missionary to Alaska, where her work is teaching in a girls' school. Faring iu Prospect Tbe E«Htnet8b\>rg Democrat lias obtained Information which leads H to believe that federal highway No. W wlU be pavea west frpra B»' to RuUmn yet tbls year- HoU'l Is Spick and Spun— The Swea City hotel, again managed by Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Knutson has been repapered and repaintec throughout. The Knutsons owned and managed the hotel many years retiring seven years ago. The present owner'of the building is cooperating with them to make the hpte an attractive stopping place. Come from Texas lu 33 Hours- Ralph Smith, with hla wife son James, drove here from Ballin ger, Tex., on receiving newg ot the death of Ralph's mother, Mrs. J. If. Hot Weather AND HARD WORK does not make you hungry—but in order to keep up and keep a-going go to THE "DEPENDON" STORE FOR YOUR EATABLES —those nice appetizing kinds which, you can eat and really relish for any lunch or full meal. Finish with a cup Of "PURE QUILL" CQFFEE or BLENDED TEA—iced—and you will feel fit for another day. "RICHELIEU" and "BABY STUART" GROCERIES are THE BEST OBTAINABLE But we also have cheaper ones. Fruits and Vegetables are fairly plentiful at FREE DELIVERIES at 8:30 and, 10 o'clock a. m. aad 2 and 4 o'clock p. na. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC We, the Undersigned Coal Dealers of Algona, are compelled to adopt a policy of CASH for COAL — — Because ' . i i 1 —We are carrying thousands of dollars on our books for coal at the present time. 2—The railroads demand cash for tjie freight when the coal arrives. 3-The shippers of coal must have their money promptly. ' ' . ,' " X ' " ' ' , s Anderson Grain & Coal Co. Botsfprd Lumber ', S. Norton W.RNi tff'f-Lv - tv-.i^;

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