Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 11, 1932 · Page 2
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'\ - ,;;> v-'i5;.: ; ;^;T'ni»i||^P^f^l^^p ...,L ^..^......AKfNMttJTlf OBOTIIflfl JyfiiyAtiHIiiL AliBkW^yTOJBliiiv CASH Specials S for _ ______ 28c _^ ----- 20c, 88c. 56c __ 30c to $3.75 large size ------- 17c 7c -ana Tberas, .per can 7c «an 7c -AtMeJle underwear 39e, 2 for 15c 19c 1 69c Uc ;. Sort srafle, absolutely guar- fl.19 TFnttx, Teftctafcle*, Meats FENTWW.F.M, SOCIETY NAMES NEW OFFICERS Fenton, An?:. 9—The Methodist XV. '. Af, S. met last Thursday aftei;- oon at the church. (Devotlonnls vere in charge of Mrs. G. W. Newel; esson leader, Mrs. E. A. Weisbrod, A story was read by Mrs. C. G. Humphrey, Why Mary Rebelled. A lay, The Better Way, was given by lie Mesdames R. C. Goetsch, E. A. Velsbrod, and Charles Weisbrod. une Weisbrod gave two 'piano se- ectioTis. The annual Mite-box open- ng took place, and officers were lected: President, Mrs. Wilbert luldorf; vice president, Mrs. Chris Ruske; recording secretary. Mrs. O. Stephenaon; corresponding secre- ary, Mrs. W. R. Wolfe; treasurer, Mrs. Elmer Weisbrod; counsellor or 'Standard Bearers, Mrs. E. A. iVelabrod; assistant, Mrs. J. T. Snyder. Hostesses were Mrs. J. F. and Mrs. Chris Ruske. STORE -25c "IS"* .swZ! "TraiieJenB'" vacation per- tfc*cts — 23c per day i>ersonal injuries IJOANS MADK, $40 to I«ii» made for any pur- «r delay. Automo- ms5nBMM«iJ, payments reduced, AWVA^CED TO PUR- SftUdl COWS. We now Shaw* an outlet Tor large or small Sotoe med t» porchase milch cows. TOKOS can tie repaid thrdttgh monthly yutyinents from your Girls' Club XV'Ins Honors— The 'Fenton Forward girls' 4-H ilub met last week Wednesday at rene Krauee's, and ,1x3!! call was inswered with the names of native vild flowers in Kossuth, Viola Mueler gave a talk on reflnlshing old urniture, and X'lrginla 'Fi-ank and Leona Borchardt practiced their Achievement day demonstration. Thirteen members arid'the leader. Mrs. XV. -J. XVelsbrod, were in at- endance. All, with Mrs. A. J. Crause, attended Achievement day t Bancroft last Thursday, and Fenon won four firsts and one second n exhibits. . C. Baileyg to Waterloo— The F. C. Baileys, Mason City, i-ere Sunday guests of the Frank Jaileys and the A. H. Krauees. The Baileys will ,move this week to Waterloo. MrV'Bailey's niece, Helen "\>rd, accompanied them to Mason Jity. Mr. Bailey was for many ears associated with the banks ere and -was- cashier of- the -Fenton tate when it closed. TRG TTI«TE FlTt.1. COVERAGE INSURANCE at .- 3-OTT xat«s. It it is anything in t/T insurance, we will appre- tfie opnm-tunity to talk the tnratter wrssi- with you and quote you AtoroTntely uo obligation on 'in «norr office or write us for *lm?a«rr information you may ._ The _____ ^ INSURANCE ACENCY loans Real Estate 'feltlnc; Callfornlans Honored— Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Reimers enter- ained last week Wednesday even- ng in honor of the Bert Pecke, former Algonians here from Long Beach. Calif. Other guests were the ieRoy and XV. W. Boettchers, Burt, he William Relmers family, Whitemore, the George Boettchers, the O. H. Grahams, and the F. H. Bohns. ' ioor TTurfh low* Stale Rank Fhonp 55 Iowa «£.«. Ul K1BRE WASTED, OLP TUBES AUGUST SPECIAL 15% in cm your old tubes. BJUSTCOM'S flume 530 30 POUNDS •EUR FELT BETTER SW* Way to I*ce Vat «ftw case of Mies Madelin for instance, who lives In Htte-fc, Ark. Just read he mm* me* Kmnclien Salts fo I started I »•••*« «•* aenir felt better In ni fOm?" t&e Itig- reason a host o waen ou«S wonaea take Kruschen t a«Mr waSJsfct—*• the fat goes yo MMiu to TceoOOt— akin clears — eye Bright—<ar.UvIty replaces in one-half teaspoonf ul in * glass of hot wate (before breakfast — «» lattr meats, potatoe j«r of Kruschen tha «**t»»4rt: B trifle lasts 4 weeks— ge * ">* It V. li-nsby or any drugstor. tS» •warM-inl for your health' «taaauK «nd get tnnosyr **•* Loans tattmei qvlclcly on Fur •Men ud UT« Stoc UfonaaUoo call, wttte, w TBACHKBS &UGY Des' Moines, Special: The first complete television broadcasting and receiving station in Iowa will be set up and operated at the 1932 Iowa State Pair here August 24 to September 2. Equipment has been arriving for the last month and the complete system will be ready for the public to view in actual operation when the fair opens. In one . studio fair visitors will see musicians broadcasting before the microphones and in the companion studio the broadcast will be reproduced on a motion picture screen and through loud speakers. Above is a part of the transmitting apparatus showing the lenses which pick up the light rays, and at the side, the microphone which picks up the sound. « '.'••••'.' Widow of Auto Crash Victim Dies at Burt Burt; Aug. 9—Mrs.. ( Adam..-Heerdt died at her hbme-near Bur£ Sunday,August 7, after an HHnessvOf.'several months from cancer! ,Caroline Demien JWoe> born' •Augua,t^2tv; < l864,' at- Champaign, 111. Marcfi 13; 1892, at Flatville, 111., she wasVmarried to Adam Heerdt, who died six weeks ago from injuries received In an automobile accident. The Heerdts came to Iowa in 1896 and lived for a time near Sexton. In 1906 they moved to near Burt and in 1913 bought and moved to the farm, which has ever since been their home. Mrs. Heerdt is survived by seven children: Will, Herman, and Louis, Hector, Minn., Walter, Swea children and Theda Manus, Emden, 111., visited.-from , Friday to Saturday at H. W. Manila's.' Carl Manus and Freda Manus are Mr. Manus's •brother.-and*, sister. /Friday, afternoon Katherine Manus, Mrs. Lillian Slgler, and their guests visited .the grotto'at West Bend. ' The L. A. Boettchers and E. C. Weisbrode, iFenton, spent the weekend at Clear Lake Sunday. They were met there by the Chas. Schem- mels, Calnmr, the Geo. Boettchers, Fenton, the Carl 'Reifs. Fort Dodge, the Bert Pecks, of California, . and the W. W. Boettchers. Mrs. V. M. Elston, G'riswold, and Standard Hearers >*ame Officers— Marjorle Bailey was hostess to he Standard Bearers last week VIonday evening at 6 o'clock dinner. Officers were elected: president, Margaret Stephenson; vice presi- ent, Ardls Volght; secretary, Ruth Glaus; treasurer, Marjorie Bailey; counsellor, Mrs. Edna Weisbrod; as- iistant, Mrs. J. T. 'Snyder. \ttend Clear Lake Picnic— The E. C. Weiebrods and the George Boettchers drove to Clear iake Sunday to join relatives for a >ienic dinner. iLaura Boettcher accompanied the Charles Schemels to lalmar for a visit, of indefinite ength. Stalimcrs Off for Visit— The Rev. H. D. Stahmer, Fairville, and his family went to Davenport Monday to visit relatives. They were accompanied as far as Dubuque by Mrs. William Hantelman, who is -visiting relatives there. . | ulld^/Blff: Storage Elevator— Crit'z '& Co. are erecting a round all-steel storage elevator S2 feet in diameter a'nd 40 feet high, with a capacity of 32,000 bushels. Son for the John Seegebarths— 'Dr. Meyer reports the birth of a 7%-lb. boy to Mr. and Mrs. John Seegebarth last week Tuesday. Other Fenton News. The R. M. Currys, Mrs. Charles Kingston, and the latter's two children, all of Lamar, Colo., concluded a two weeks visit with local relatives and left last Thursday for Omaha, to visit a Curry daughter on the way home. The Verner Nelsons, Omaha, left last Thursday, after visits with Mrs. Nelson's grandmother, Mrs. Emma Curry, and aunt. Mrs. F. J. Weisbrod, and other relatives at Armstrong, Estherville, and Fairmont. K. O." .Stephenson and Dr. S. W. Meyer drove to Minneapolis for the week-end with friends. Mrs. Stephenson and her sister, a Mies Peterson, Algona, had been there o. week and came home with them. The Forrest Whlslers, Woolstock, were at Walter Widdel's Sunday. They report a new boy July 28 for the Glenn Haases, also Wooletock. The Whislers and Haases are former residents here. Mrs. Lester Haugland, son, and Margaret Scare, Radcliffe, came late last week for a few days with the women's paents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Scare. The George Boettchers have rented the Rose Weisbrod house, Decently vacated by the W. W. Boettchers, and will occupy it September 1. 'Supt. H. 'F. Williams, Belmond, and his family were at the Rev. J. T. Snyder's last week Wednesday. The .Snyders used to be at 'Belmond. The Rev. J. T. Snyder and his family went to the Okobojis Friday to attend the Methodist .camp meet 1 Ings, returning Sunday. The Ole Sandstoes, Elmore, the Matt Sandstoes, Ringsted, and the Ole Twedts, Ceylon, were Sunday guests at Samuel Scare's. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Reimers attended an annual picnic of Thompson Yard managers near Spirit Lake Sunday. The Dr. A. T. Whitlows, of Swea City, and the Dr. J. T. Waites were entertained at Frank Bailey's Sunday. Stanley and 'Arlo Munch have been visiting their uncle, George Munch, Trlboji Beach, the Okobojis. The Louis Kresenskys, Mankato, visited Mr. Kresensky'e sister, Mrs. W. P. Weisbrod, last Thursday. The J. W. Beys, Dodge Center, spent Sunday with Mrs. Bey'e ter. Mrs. E. A. Wetsbrod. Beulah Larson, Burt, spent the week-end with Mrs. Dorothy Geri hardt. ' Gwendolyn QDorough spent last week at C. H. Umsted's, near Lone Dr. John Saattner spent Sunday the bome folks at Swea city. Mrs.- H. L. Wyatt, Minneapolis, City, Conrad and Leonard, Burt, • spent Tuesday night at Lloyd Eland Mre. Gertrude Pruess, McGrath, | ston's. They are Mr. Elston's moth- Minn. She is also survived by nine I er and sister. Elinor Elston accom- grand-children' and two brothers | panied them to Minneapolis for a and three- sisters. Funeral services will be held at the Lutheran church this Wednesday in charge of the Rev. L. Richmann, and burial will be in the Burt cemetery. Alg'onlan Honored at Party- Mrs. Louisa Thompson was hostess Friday at a 1 o'clock luncheon, followed by bridge in honor of Eleanor Fraser, Philadelphia, who is visiting her parents, the Dr. Walter Frasers, of Algona. Other guests were Mrs. Will Walker, Mrs. James Neville, Mrs. Louise Hyde 1 , Mrs. Anderson, Mrs. Sawyer, Mrs. Clara Lewis, Mrs. Walter Fraser, Ella Lewis, all of Algona, and Mrs. W. T. Peters and Mrs. H. O. Buell. Mrs. Hyde won high score and Mrs. visit. The C. L. Holdings.and Mrs. Emma Hawcott spent Sunday at Will Larson's at i Britt. The Holdings brought back with them their son Jimmy, who had been spending a week at the Larson home. Mrs. Will Gorman and baby, of Wealey, visited from Saturday to Monday at Mrs. Erwin 'Schwieterf's. The Schwieterts and their guests spent Sunday with Mrs. Schwietert's parents at Lakota. The Rev. and Mrs. Frank Barslou, Maquoketa, visited Sunday and Monday at the Will and Fred Ringsdorf homes. From here they went to Worthington, Minn., to visit a daughter. The J. P. Stows went to Newton ATIKOBI JIS , 'Lakpta, Aug. 9—The ^ttarry Moes, the A.' Q. 'gmltiia,'the-Fi G. .Torlnes, Mrsl J. HC Warburton, the Rev. and Mrs. .F. o'. Johnsbri, 1 , and the ,H. D. Mussmans- attended services at .the Methodist campgrounds, the Okobo- jis, S.Unday. Bishop \Leete, of the Omaha area, which 'Includes Iowa and Nebraska, prsached in the morning, using as : his text Christ's words, "Verily I say'unto you."-Dr. Robert J. O'Brian, president' of Mornlhgsidc college, preached in the afternoon on,. "They fished all, night arid took nothing." Both 'sermons were inspirational. The music consisted of ! congregational .singing, specials by the young folks' choir, and orchestra 'numbers under the direction of Professor McColltn, mtisic instructor : at Morningside. The Rev. W. H. Lease gave the sermon at., the evening service. .More than 1,000 people were In attendance at each meeting. ?few Grocery .Store Opens- Virgil Blomster, Swea City. has rented the Thaves building, formerly occupied by. the Prltchard ft XVln- ter clothing' store,.arid has put in a stock of groceries. He opened for business Saturday and served coffee and Sunshine cookies. Arnold Anderson, Swea City, Is. helping him get settled. Mr. Blomster Intends to live .here and .says he is not con- nedted with any other store. : Johnsons to Family Reunion— The Rev. and Mrs. F. O. Johnson went to Kanawha last week Tuesday and were supper guests of a sister of Mr. Johnson. Next day. they accompanied Mr. Johnson's father ,^.,, ' SWarisqhY •; thi:* 1 B'. L. ..Weaver, and the/'ftfeV, , Selmetas,'rttel at the 3\vea dlttf. sbhool ,' last ' week Tuesday?,, arid iriade plan's for a &Ui--yeai-,.ctmite<i' in religious education. .Heretofore;, each pastor has. elected his'; bWh'. course of'study for the, yoUflg. jbeo>, pie of his' church.. Bible geography \V111 be taught'the first semister. "•« : Lone Rock Harry Rahn drove to Mason City to attend the funeral of Mrs. Leep- er'a sister, Mrs. Carrie Meyer. Edna BUehan and little Ruby Leeper.went to .Fairmont Sunday. A. C, keeper and daughter Olive, of Albert Lea, Minn., were Visitors at Will Leeper's Saturday. ^ Prom here they drove to Mason Clty~ to' see his elater and then went to Ne-' leigh, Neb,, to see the old homestead of. the Leepers. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred .Kreuger, Miss Rounds, Chet Alme, and Brsel Blanchard drove , to West p Bend Monday. .. . , , , ' . ; Mrs. John .Finlayson, of Buffalo Center, Josephine Rounds, and 'Mrs. Alfred Kreuger were Sunday guests at the ReV. Mr. Gladstone's. L. R. Roderick sold Armand Schueller a Nash car lastlWek. 'Grace Newbrough Visited at Humboldt last week. Mrs. Henry Schrader Visited relatives at EmiWetsburg Friday. Mrs. Bud Reynolds, of Humboldt, visited at A, .D. Newbrough'a last week. .' .! John Sprank and Godfrey drove to Mankato (Friday. "•Mr. and Mrs. Fred ' Genrlch and; Mr. and Mrs. Straley, of Fenton, attended a state. rural carriers convention at Shenandoah. They left 'in,cV''i* J '.'gl'tti,Ji<!ti'?M^;>'«nr'iyc8 tl to Eldora, where a Johnson family; Thursday and returned Saturday reunion was held that day and Thursday. The y J ( o.hnjjons returned la'ist•Thursday everting•">••' Methodist Pastor Has Vacation— .There were no services at the-local Methodist church 'Sunday. ' The pastor and his wife were having a Vacation. It has been customary in the last few years to close the church that the people may attend a Bible conference at the Okobojis. Clothing Store fs Closed— Prltchard & Winter have closed a clothing store here operated by H. night. . , . Alfred Kreuger, William -.Marlowi Donald ' 'Blinc'h'ard, 1 '' and Gordon; Blanchard played with Swea ^City. ball team Sundajriyliv'?^'"'*! •''"' •'The' M-'^H. Peterson' family, of Rlngsted, were visitors at the P. M. Chrlstensen home - Sunday. The Sanders and Helmke families had a reunion at the Call state park Sunday. 'From there Beryl 'Sanders went to Renwick. Aid met at Mrs. ... Wm. Krause's Thursday, and was entertained at a word hunt book contest. Miss T. Turley, and the stock has been '• Rounds won first and Alma Madison taken to Buffalo Center. Another second. Mrs. Alfred Kreuger read two Walker second high. Miss Fraser | Sunday to visit their eon, Dr. Perry was given a guest prize. Former Residents In' Visit— The (Ralph Longnecker family, of Denver, Colo., and Mrs. C. J. Bisgard, Awada, Colo., arrived last week Tuesday for a visit at C. E. Longnecker's and with other Burt friends. The Longneckers and Mrs. Blsgard are former Burt residents,, and Mr. Longnecker worked in the Hawcott & Ogg grocery at Algona for several years before' moving to Colorado. Mrs. SudJe Sclienck In Visit— Mrs. Sadie Schenck and daughter Lois arrived last week Tuesday for a few days at Lloyd Schenck's. Lois returned Saturday evening to Chicago, where she is employed by the Prairie Farmer, for which she conducts a woman's page. Mrs. Schenck will remain another week before returning to her home at Minneapolis. Home from Tour Ji» West— Lena Bennett' returned last week Tuesday from an. extended trip with the Rev. and Mrs. Bryden. The 'Rev. Mr, Bryden is pastor of the Baptist church at Bancroft. During their trip they visited Salt Lake points in California. Portland and other points of interest. City, Ore., Stow, and their daughter, Mrs. C. C. Parrish. Bruce Clifton accompanied stock may be put in later, when a building Is available, but Mr. Prltchard will have charge. Off for Sightseeing: Tour— , Emma and Louise Thaves left last Thursday with the Edward Thaves family, Burt, for ten days of eight- seeing at Denver. Arlene Lewis is helping at the local Thaves store during their absence. Sunday School Class Entertained— •Mrs. A. Q. Smith entertained her Sunday school class at her home last week Tuesday, Denny Murray, Dean Estle, John Moe, Mary Ann Underdahl, Henry Bobo, and Marie Christensen attended and the group, had a wiener roast under the willows on the lawn. David J. Pink Jr. Honored- David J. Pink Jr., who drives a •Standard Oil tank at Buffalo Center, was recently awarded a gold, service pin in recognition of - ten years of service. David Pink Sr., He is a between son ^of Lakota Methodist Aid Names Officers— At the meeting of the Methodist Aid at Mrs. J. G. 'Sewick's last XVednesday afternoon the following officers were elected: Mrs. A. Gi Volentine, president; Mrs. G. C. Allen, vice president; Mrs. G. J. F. Vogel, secretary; and Mrs. C. S. Coffin, treasurer. Falls from Wagon t Injured— XVhile Hans Koestler was fixing the endgates of hie wagon last Tuesday evening he fell from the wagon onto the edge of a. cement platform and broke two ribs. He was kept in bed by the injury for a day or two, but is again able to be around. M'lns D.cnver Trip as Prize—; Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Thaves left last week for Denver, Colo;, to attend 'a Bankers' Life Insurance company conyeption. Mr. Thaves was given the trip by the company as a reward for the amount of Insurance he 'had written. Trainer Meat. Market Sold— W. T. Trainer last week sold his meat market business to M. G. Bauman, who has been working in the shop for the past year, and who recently bought the building from Henry Stehle, of Algona. Annual Bebekah Picnic Planned— The Burt 'Rebekah lodge is planning the annual picnic for 'Friday, August 19, at Interlaken Park. All Odd iFellows, Rebekahs, and their families are invited. Surprise Birthday Party Given A birthday surprise party held at the C. O. Riddle home Tuesday afternoon in honor of XVJlma Riddle's •birthday. Other Burt News, Mr. and ^trs. Carl J%»us «£ here. them and Monday went on to Desiand Buffalo Center, pioneer, farmers Molnes. ' • .'. ''"•<'. '. C. O. .Bailey, ex-asst, c'ashier of the closed First National bank, called on Burt friends last Thursday. Postofdce to Bank Building— The postoffice equipment poems written by .relatives of Mrs. Gladstone. Mrs. Robert Sunken, of Joliet. 111., arrived. Friday • night to • visit at Richard iLong's. Merwin Marlow came home Saturday night. He has been working on a road grading gang for John McGuire near Forest City. The Long family had a reunion at the Robert Bunkofske home Sunday. ' Those present were the Richard Long family, -John Long family,' Mrs. Robert Binzen Sr. and Mr. Bailey is now working for a bank receiver at Rock Rapids. Mrs. Ellen Bisgard spent a week ago last Sunday with her parents. She is giving demonstrations for a beauty products company and had been at Cedar Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. Will Ringsdorf and son Donald, and Kenneth White, visited from Saturday to Sunday at the Ringsdorf's daughter Mrs. Brink ,ShipIer's, at Maxwell. Mrs. C. J. Bisgard, Mrs. C. E. Longnecker, Mrs. Ralph Longnecker and children and Mrs. H. Ewoldt spent 'Friday afternoon at S. M. Peterson's. Mrs. Bertha Schwietert and son Willard left Sunday for two weeks with Mrs. 'Schwietert's mother at Greeley and with relatives at Colesburg. Beulah Youngblood,' ; .Ontario, Calif., and her nieces, 'Phyllis and Dorothy Brooke, left Saturday for a visit with relatives at Aberdeen, S. D. The E. O.. C. B., and M. M. Chipman families spent Sunday at MIlo Brown's, near Garner. Mrs. Brown is a sister of E. O. and C. ,6. Dr. and Mrs. R. H. Thompson attended a dental clinic at Clear Lake Monday of the Mason City and Fort Dodge districts. I X'erle Thaves and his grandmother, Mrs. Geo. Schmidt, left Sunday for Sac City, where they are visit- Ing relatives. A new cement sidewalk has been laid In front of the bank and the Staehle hardware. Fred Lavrenz did the work, The U and I Circle, will meet this Thursday afternoon at Clara Shaw's. Mrs. J. G. Sewick will be assistant hostess. The Lutheran Aid met in the church basement last Wednesday afternoon; Mrs. L. Richmann was hostess. Albert Schrader returned Saturday from ' Minneapolis, where he had spent a couple of weeks with a sister. The Lutheran Sunday school held its annual picnic at the R. A. Koestler grove Sunday afternoon. L. V. McWhorter, Osage, spent several days last week with his daughter, Mrs. F. L. Ryerson. •Lulu Hawcott spent the weekend at Mason City with her couein, Selina Clifton. The 'Fortnightly club met at Mrs. L. E. Rlebhoff's last week Wednesday afternoon. The M. L. Vinaases and the Albert Schraders spent Sunday at Lake Okobojl. Lottie Hawcott spent several days moved CFrlday to the .former Farmers & Drovers 'State 'bank'building on the west-side of the street. This is a much more convenient place. Commercial Club Has Banquet— The fourth division of the Methodist Aid served a 6:30 dinner to the Commercial club at the church last Thursday evening. A Mr. Lowe, of Buffalo Center, was a guest. Visit Decorah Ice Caves— • The E. A. Clemans family and Lorraine Smith went to Decorah 'Sunday to see ice caves there. • Other Lakota News. The R..H. McKinneys, Minneapolis, came last week Tuesday to visit the J. H. Warburtons arid the F. G, Torines, Lakota, and the" Samuel Warburtons, 'Swea City, last Thursday evening They left for Blue Earth to visit Mrs, : MpKlnney's mother, Mrs. Mary Noble, leaving thence for home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. August Gutknecht, daughters Emma and Lena, and niece, Julia Gutknecht, left last mid-week for Wl&consin to visit relatives at Avoca, take a side-trip to The Dells) and, visit at Milwaukee. They expect to be gone two weeks. • ', • , . ' Mr. and Mrs. August ' Gutknecht last week at Grover Reed's, near Whittemore, ' Mrs., G. C. Smith went to Rochester, Minn,, Monday for a physical examination. The J. G. Sewlcks were Sunday evening guests at Walter The C. F. Whitens spent Svinflay with frjejnds at 8n«n#tsbuj-g, Gut-. Gut- and Emma, Lena, and Julia knecht visited the Gottlieb knechts at Humholdt last Monday. The Gottlieb Gutknecht* are operating a cafe, They formerly had one at Algona. The following persons were supper —SAYS FRESH PEACHES FOR APRICOTS FOR CANNING ARE HERE ; If you do not can tfie fresh fruits buy V onr one gallon fruits,' -puf: In pints and quarts with hot syrup, and make 6 to 8 glasses jelly. . Orange, lemons, grape fruit reasonable. New. sweet potatoes, lettuce, celery, and all home-grown foods are hero. So is "PURE QUILL" coffee, teas, and snic es, and "RICHELIEU" and "BABY STUART" groceries in general. • AKRE'S - PHOtfE OR CALL < 4 FREE DELIVERIES—8:30 and 10 a m 2 and, 4.p. m. CALL daughter, of Joliet, 111., Mrs. Fred Oldani and daughter, Ivan Long, of Swea City, John 'Long . Jr., of Burt,;and thej'Lewls.Scotts, pf Burt. and Mickie Ward, of Algona, the Ralph Thompsons 'and Ira New- •broughs, and August iLampes, of Lone Rock. Mrs. Swain has gone to spend a few day's with the Charley Fishers at Swea City.. Mr. and,Mrs. Ralph Reidel accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Carl Krug, Algona, on business tripe to Des Molnes last week .Tuesday and Saturday. " 1 Rena Woodwick f and Leo JLeir, of McHehry, 'N. -D.. were here a few days last week, leaving for home Saturday night. Harriet Fish returned from Balaton. Minn., Friday night to visit friends here, and went on to her home at Whittemore Sunday. Edith Worthington has returned to Joliet, 111., where she Is taking nurses' training. Mrs. Watson Shick's nephew, W. H. Johnson, Manly, and his wife visited here Sunday. •Florence, daughter of Mrs. Kate Reid who was visiting her grandmother, Mrs, William Krause,' fell from a tree Sunday and broke an arm. , Mr. Jensen took her to Doctor Peters fo have it set, Mrs. , Edward Blanchard came home Sunday from a visit with the Albert Thompsons, Milford. Mrs, Albert Thompson was formerly Eva Blanchard. .• Mr. and Mrs. H.'E. Micha spent Sunday at Eagle Grove, guests at the home of the former's brother, S\ M. Whitney. Jack Whitney, former announcer for WHO, was aleo there. Jack had just returned from three years at Paris, where he wds installing sound machines in theatres. - He is now located at New York. L, E. L'ewis, ffew Sharon, and hte daughter, Mrs. J, S. Wisewell, Chicago, visited the •William Flalgs last Thursday and Friday. Mr. Lewis's daughter Jeanette, who had visited .here a month, went home with her Thursday and Friday, Aug. Hand 12 Thiirs. Matinee 9t30, prices 10-25c. 11—Big Hollywood Comedian*—11 Andy Clyde Jack Oakle Hank r Mann W. C. Fields Ben Turpin Geo. Barbier in "Million Dollar Legs" It's a fun riot with the Olympic games' a's a' background—the big comedians' of Hollywood to make this a great laugh. Gage, girls, and giggles! Saturday, Augnst 13 Big double feature, program. 1:30-3:30 matinees, 10-25c. Last of Mohicans Serial BUCK JONES in "The Dead Line" A DA'NDY WESTERN ROBT. WILLIAMS JEAN HARLOW in "The Platinum Blonde" SOCIETY DRAMA we j; k I father. gueets of the J. H. Warburtona last week Tuesday evening: The William Warburtons, Omaha; the H. McKinneys, Minneapolis; R. the G. A. Sharp and his son Glen drove to Omaha one day last week, and Mrs. Mabel Tyler came home with them. 'Miss Hartshorn, Grand Rapids, first principal of local high school was a visitor at N. L. Cotton's one Samuel Warburtons, Swea City; and,' n^.-*?*£ Wee ^ Supt- Mt K ' ^,.- ™ «"„,•„_!_„_'T „!._»_ i Renwick, f*mer superintendent lusre, was a Lone Rock caller Sunday., ' . Mrs. Glen Sharp's grandparents, the F. G. Torines, Lakota. Mre. W. E. Ley, the children, and her mother, Mrs. Opal Wheeler, Pf Fredericksburg, Fla., who is spending 'the summer here, spent last week with another daughter, Mrs. Albert Smith, Pomeroy. Mrs. E. J. Woodwortb. -and heri children drove to Oclieyedan Sunday to help celebrate the former's er's birthday. 'AH of his children were there. His wife died last winter. Colletta and Madonna Schlsael, Minneapolis, sisters of ' Arthur Schissol, have been here two weeks. Part of the time was spent at the Dreesman coftage. Spirit Lake. Mesdames F. G. Torine, Charles Winter, J. H. Warburtpn, and Jerry Heetland, with the latter'? daughter Florence, were at Algona laet week Monday. Mrs, O. H. Frerkfcig was brought home from Rochester pne day last week, and though weak, Js Covering. The Heiko Abbas family, Guckeen, Minn., spent last week with sister, Mre v Bertha J>Jjrkgon,'e, Mrs, E. A. 8pb, and, Lorrajflg Smjtb $«» Hold.,; - Mr. and Mrs. John Arbogast, iFen- ton, visited her Saturday, Fern Kreuger, Josephine Rounds, Mrs. " ' - spent Ayrshire. BeryJ Sanders, Mre. W. J. Cotton and Mrs. Rice had dental work done at Burt one day -last week. The Northwestern insurance company Is erecting a new set of buildings on the farm occupied by William Gifford, south of Lone Rock The Blanchard lumber yard sold the materials. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Genrich. ,of Detroit, and their daughter Margaret, with Mrs. John Genrlch, Lu, Verne, spent last week Wednesday at Fred Genrieh's. Fenton Sunday ylgtt9« at G-B <%w' B ; - 3$JeWBH», ' Sunday v«nd Monday, A»gu«t M-U Matinees 1 to 5, any aeat 10-25C. Night prices, 10-25-35c. Hollywood's screaming, burlesque on a political parade. WARREN WILLIAMS GUY KIBBIE BETTY DAVIS . In "The Dark Horse" They staged a political con« tion,, could not agree on a i date, and finally elected "the Horse." .One of the big fun ehowsoft year. ' Tuesday, August 18 2:30 matinee, 10-25c. 'A- ride of roar and revelry, ALISON SKIPWORTH RICHARD BENNETT EVELYN KNAPP In "Madame Racketeer 1 ] She makes audiences shake \ laugh and joy. /She ; sold the subway and lyn bridge before the police up. Wednesday, Thursday, FrUif) ' August 17-18-W , THREE BIG DAYS JANET GAYNOR CHAS. FABi in "The First Yew" 'Romance of young love o£ year; plus'.more comedy than before. Their courtship, with allite tenderness, Depression Depression Is at an end. I asked twenty men and fifteen out of the twenty said It was over and that they had confidence In the future. When 75 per cent of our people get confidence in each other and in the future of our country I know that depression ie ended. It will be a long hard pull up the hill to prosperity and there may be some bump* in the road, but we Will get there. Some of u« may have to' walk but no use worrying about a few years back when we* rode <lown this same hill in a new car. When we Bought everything In sight on the pay as you can plan — now they want us to pay when we can't. Those easy payments are the hardest obligations in the work! to- meet. • Let us forget the paat'Rnd Jwfc to the future. 4ow-a land fc the beat investment , | n the world today. A decent price for farm Prodis (» the key that will unlock the door to prosperity tor the entire United Merchandise ha« been too jjigrh priced, but It IB coming down. Shoe* a w ch^per-than they have been for forty years that I know; pf f , This week at Neville's you, get j W. L. Douglas $4,00 and M-50 men's oporto for Hamilton Brown's HOQ ptferds, The Ambassador Men's heavy double eoled Police fhoes jit T -----Men's dress shoes, kid or k»H^W »t ---- •,1.000 pairs of school o-xforda, 5004 Jea^thpr' 1 soles, at to stee <»-y New pumpg ' arriving ev * over

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