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.YOUNG CO WED SAT JPLE JROAY AT IRVINGTON Irvin.ston. Aug. 9—'Dwight Potter and Edith R-Ut were married at 3:30 Saturday afternoon by the Rev. A. English at his home at Algona. Helen and George Batt, sister and -brother of the-ftride, "stood up" with the couple. Edith is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Batt, Cresco township, and Dwlght is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bon Potter. Algona. The pair plan to live with the bride- Broom's parents -Dwlght hns been employed Cor l!ie last few months at O. L. Miller's. Has Duy Nursery for Children — •Mrs. Poole. Jluscatine, mother of Fred Andrews, Staples, Minn., had •been visiting a few weeks at the Andrews home and at Ray Kayler's, near Bancroft, but recently returned to Muscntine to resume charge of a day nursery which she conducts. Th<? nursery i« maintained by wealthy people Cor the care of children whose mothers must work during the day, hut it had been tern- { porarily closed because of the de- ' pression .and because many of the. mothers could not get work. Luclle Andrews, who stayed with Mre. Poole last winter and attended. school, has returned to her own j home. Mr. Poole has been with hisi P 4 W^fflw?tr WRECK TRAINS AT STATE FAIR Des Moines, Special: Two standard gauge locomotives and trains driven fifty miles an hour will be smashed into each other head-on at the Iowa State Fair Saturday afternoon, August 27. One train .will'be started from the top of the hill east of the raco track and the other from the west outside fence so that the two will be traveling at .maximum speed when the collision occurs. This is the first time that such a spectacle has been planned in Iowa in many years and should provide a real thrill for crowds in 1 attendance. daughter, Mrs. months. Ivayler, for several Webers Are Off for Visits- Frank Weber left last mid-week In hie car to visit relatives in Illinois and a sick -sister in Indiana. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Weber left for Illinois Saturday and planned to meet him Sunday at a family reunion. Mr. Weber's visit will last for an indefinite time. Ixi.t the Alvin Webers planned to return in ten ! Verne demonstration team, <.„,„days. Frank Asa is running the (posed of Cora Mae Masterson, threshing: machine in Alvin's ab- county president last year and Cor- sence, and a brother of Mrs. Asa is'delia Ristau, new vice president LU VERNE'S 4-H GIRLS WINNERS AT BANCROFT Lu Verne. Aug. 9—Because of threshing there was a smaller number than usual at Achievement day at Bancroft last Thursday. The Lu doing chores at the Weber farm. Crawford Faintly In Reunion— A reunion was held Sunday at Nels Crawford's. Whittemore. This is an annual event in honor of Nels Crawford, 82. Attending from this vicinity and Algona were the O. L. Millers, the Frank Millers, Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Wilklns, Mrs. Mae Miller, the Loris Crawfords, and the M. A. and 'F. A. Bartholomews. The Harry Crawfords, Kansas City, also attended. Road Itf Being- Graded— Work which was started on the highway from Algona to Irvington eome weeks ago has progressed as : ; far as the hill just south of the tied for second, with the color wheel and how to use It. Elsie Hunt won second with an antique picture frame more than 100 years old. Doris Genrich won eecond on a laundry bag. The articles winning first and second place will be a part of the Kossuth exhibit at the state fair. Sunday School Class Has Party— Jeannette Henderson, Dorothy Kuebler, Eloise Brown, Maxtne Smith, Phyllis Lichty, Gladys Mae Alexander, Marie Scribner, Velma and Ethel Bowman, Louise -Fan-ell, a Methodist Sunday school class, and their teacher, Evelyn Alexander, enjoyed an evening of fun at the J. R. Farvell home last Thurs- Lloyd -Gross farm. It is mainly to day evening. Games were played widen the road, which was thought I both outdoors and in. and dainty re- dangerous because of curves, hills,' freshments were served. and narrowness in placets I • Newlyweils Home from Trip— Lightning Damng'c.x a Truck— A truck owned by Donald Sparks was struc!; by lightning last Thursday night. It was in the yard. The cab and part of the top were destroyed, and some of the tires were damaged. No further damage -in the thunder shower last Thursday night has been reported. Steel Injures Blacksmith's Eye Loren Rutledge. blacksmith here, has practically recovered from an eye injury suffered when a flying piece of hot steel hit him in the face » few weeks ago. The steel was taken out by a physician. Horseshoe Hits Gerald Frank!— Gerald, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. U. B. Frank!, was suffering- with an injured shoulder early this week. He -was struck by a horse-shoe while he was watching a game. Ralph Krowiif) Are Parents— Mr. and Mrs. ttaiph Brown parents of a 10-lb. girl, born wenk Wednesday evening. Browns have three other children, all boys. are last The Wnfson Boys to California- Dick and Bob Watson leave this week Tuesday for California to visit their father, R. ployed there. M. Watson, em- Irvinpton News. Mrs. Mary Harness, who had been Ditsworth's several at Frank months, left late last week for Saguache, Colo., to visit another daughter. Mrs. Nina Ward, who has been in poor health of hue. Mrs. Harness •»« to return to help at the Ditsworth home during corn picking, after which she will go back to Colorado for the winter. Mre. Flrvbp.rt Pritchard and William McCluskey, Mitchellville, arrived at A. McLean's -Sunday morning for a visit. Mrs Pritchard and Mrs. Molrfvm are sisters. The visitors went home Monday morning. The H-i'T.v Sabins were Sunday •visitors at Roncoe Mavvdsley's, and other (jue.sts were Edward Mawdsley, daughter Dorothy, Irvington, Mrs. J. n. Mawdsley, Alttona. and Mrs. Kmm.a Dutton, Omaha. Hazel. <]i tighter of Mr. and Mrs. Ea-I POWP!(. Mason City, is visiting her grandparents. Mr. and Mre. William CJrp<>nfield Another grand- dp-'ghter, Mnry Runchey. spent last wer>k at Oi-«Riifield's. The Harry Browns, Denver, were Sunday evening callers at O. L. Miller's. Mrs. Brown is a daughter of Mr. an;I MVs. R. J. Hutchison, of Alpona. anl Mr. Brown teaches in thr Denver finhools. Mabel Potter, Spencer, sp?nt last WPnk Wednesday night and Thurs- d.-v with the O. L. Millers. She also vl.o'ted at Alf?ona, and left late in tho week for Illinois for a few weeks with her mother. After one Sunday's vacation, Church se-rv!o.ps were held as usual lar 1 : Sunday. The Rev. A. Knglish preached on An Old Portrait of Christ. TIis text was token from RPV. 1:14-15-16. Paul and John Miller spent -Satur- dav nig-ht with Dick Potter. Al^ona, •wTio Mae of -Frank Ant. w<—ka hero. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Farley, who have been on an extended visit in Illinois, Wisconsin, Indiana, and various points in Iowa since their marriage June 22, are now at the Evangelical parsonage and expect to spend the rest of the vacation with the bride's parents, the Rev. and Mrs. D. Lang. Mr. Farley will take up his work as principal of the Bristol, S. D., high school in September. . Baddeloys Home from Okobojls— The Rev. Wm. Baddeley family returned last Saturday from two weeks at the Methodist Minister's Conference at the Okobojis. They report a wonderful meeting with inspirational addresses by several bshops, -including one from India and one from Ohio. The Baddeleys' daughter Doris has sent word that she is leaving England for America this week Saturday. Attend Funeral of Mrs. Mason— W. B. Mason, 'Lottie and Jennie, Miss Flora and Ellis Mason, Toledo, O., Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lichty, Mr. and Mrs. F. I. Chapman, Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Benedict, Mrs. B. Jones, Mrs. Irvin Chapman, Chas. Patterson, and the Rev. A. J. Koonce were in attendance at the funeral of Mrs. C. R. Mason, at Algona last Thursday. Will Install Pastor Angust 21— The new pastor of the Grove, Vern Stones, Mason and Geo. Dietzels, Spencer. City, Lutheran Aid Is Entertained— Mrs. Herman Gronbach was host- rss to the Lutheran Aid last Thursday at the church basement. There was a smaller attendance than usual because of threshing, afternoon was spent. A social Council 4-ff Officers Elected at Bancroft $2100 SAVED ON BUS ROUTE DY SWEA CITY Swea City* Aug. 9 — The school board last week let contracts for driving the school busses f6r next school year. The 14 routes were redistributed, and this year there are to be but II. By this elimination and by cutting the wag-os of the drivers $2,100 was sav-ed. The routes were let as follows: Route 1, W. H. Evans: 2, George Butterfleld; 3, 1 the demonstration, and the team will Andrew Van Alstine; 4, Harry Tlsk; I go to the state fair. Beada Kollasch j after a seven weeks trip in the west. 5, John Schueln; 6, Vilus Erlckson; and Muriel Long compose the team . ghe nccompan)ed the.Rev. and Mrs, 7, S. \. Carter; S, Ed Peterson; 9, and they demonstrated curtains fork, ,, „....,... „___„« .,.„,. .,„,...„ < Bancroftt Aug. • 8-*-Offlsers elected at the 4-H Achievement day , here last Thursday are Alice Dreyei'. of Ffinton, president; Cordelia Ristau, LU Verne, vice president; Kent, Wesley, secretary and urer;' and -Fern Gisch, Algona, his* torlan, Irene Capesius, Irvington township, health champion, will represent Kossuth county at the state fair. The Biirt Lively League won Helen treas- SURPRISE FOR MRS,A,H,WOOD AT GOOD HOPE Union Twp.,- Aug. 9—Lena/Bennett got home last week Tuesday, Curl Berggren; 10, E. T. Danielson; 11, OleC. Peterson. 4-H Girls Entertain Aid- Last week Wednesday afternoon the Harrison township 4-H girls entertained the Methodist Aid and friends at the following program; opening chorus; orchestra, Pussy club girl's room. Manrlne Qulitn is 8j Party— MaUrine Qulnn, eldest daughter of William Quinn, celebrated her eighth birthday last Tnursxlay. Eleven friends helped her celebrate the occasion in the afternoon Present were Agnes Christenson. Antoinette C. E. Bryden, Bancroft, their daughter Helen, and a; brother of " Mrs. Bryden. They traveled In a Ford, with camping equipment In a trailer, and covered 6098 miles. Stops were made at Cheyenne, Salt Lake City, the Zlon national park, Los Angeles, where they vis- Willow Waltz: What 4-H Means to I Schneider, Viola IsenbramU, Kuth Ited friends, the Yosemlte national Me, Ilo Edwards; trio, Belle of St. jConlon, Helen Jean Schemmel, i.Park, and Oakland, Calif.;' where Mary, Frances Thomson, Helen j Elaine and Lu . Verne Wolf, Alice | Lena visited 'an aunt. Thence they ' went via the Redwood highway to Oregon, where stops were made at Grant's Pass and with friends at Eugene, and Lebanon. They spent Poolo, and -Lucille Peterson; violin land Patricia Saunders, Maxlne Ken- solo,'.Dorothy Christiansen; demon- nedy and Madeline 'Lattimer. stration, waste paper baskets, Doro- ~-~~ thy Christiansen and Bernice Henry Lampes .Entertain Daughters Smith. Refreshments were served I Bertha Lampe returned to Fortl tllre e days at Newport, Ore., beside by the second division headed by Dodge Tuesday after a week with Mrs. Elmer Smith. At 3:30 a 25c \ her parents, the "Henry Lampes. the ocean, then Journeyed to Portland, and via the Columbia River public dinner was served by the dl—:She was graduated from--the Mercy, highway and the 'Lincoln highway vision. Harrison Wins Four First Harrison township girls who placed In the annual Achievement day. at Bancroft last Thursday were Ilo Edwards, first on hooked rug; Darlene Kesler, first on makeshift dresses; Helen Poole, first on port- Former Editor Visits Here— J. W. Hartlnger, former editor of, F the Lu Verne News, was a business' refinlshed desk. ' Grace Berg and caller at Lu Verne last week. He \ Lucille Anderson In their demon- folio. June and chair cover; Hazel McGregor, 'Swea girls -who placed are: Larson, first on book cover now lives at Webster City. Other Lu Verne News. Loyal Beckwith, Oakes; N. D., visited at H. C.,Allen's a week ago Sunday, and also "called on former friends. He was born and reared on the Henry Neimeir farm, his father and mother being among the early settlers of this part of Iowa. stration of flower arrangement received alternate placement. Helen •Brlggs, of Grant, received second on her makeshift dresser. In the health contest Harriet Erlckson, Harrison girl, received a 1,9.7 marking. Union Church Services Planned— The Swea City churches -have planned union Sunday evening services for the remainder of August. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Parley and Mrs. D. Lang- attended the summer These services to be held in Bible conference at Cedar Falls over park tf the weather permits, the week-end. Milton Woito and Vernon Lang also visited in Cedar Falls last week. Mrs. F. G. Davis and daughter Marjorle returned to Iowa City last week after having spent some time here and at the Okobojis!. Mrs. B, Agard enjoyed an outing with them. Gertrude Hof, principal of Allen Memorial hospital at Waterloo, and Harold Hof, Cedar Falls, visited from last week Wednesday till Monday at their brother Arthur Hof's. the The Rev. G. R. Seimens, of the Baptist church, will have charge of "the meeting next Sunday. The Rev. B. L. Weaver, of the Methodist church, will have August 21, and the Rev. Raymond Swanson, of the. Lutheran church, August 28. Baptist Guild Is Entertained—. The Baptist Guild was entertained Friday by Mrs. Walter Smith and Mrs. D. W. Fultz. The girls' World Wide Guild furnished the program, The Chas. Wolfs drove to Grand wlth Le °!a Dinsey, leader. Harriett ohurch at Livermore, Lutheran the Rev. Walter Schlie. will be installed at .services in the church there August 21. After the, installation services a reception will be held at the Old Settler's park. Pastors In Visit Here — The Rev. Chas. Heinrich family, Mallard, and Mr. and Mrs. Will Karsten, Marengo, were Sunday guests at'' the Rev. Mr. Wittenberg's. The women are sisters, and the families are former friends of the U'ittenbergs. Mound Saturday. Mr. Wolf returned Monday, but Mrs. Wolf and daughters will visit relatives there and at Davenport for a couple of weeks. Mr. and Mrs. William Eichelkrant, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Burke, who have been visiting at Henry Kubly's and with other relatives, returned to New Crlarua, Wis., Friday. Elsie Woods, former teacher here, visited friends last week. She reports Geraldine Boman, Cheridan, music teacher here two years ago,! trenchmenfs policy caused Monford and Helen gave an instrumental duet. Florence Anderson explained the meaning and scope of the Guild. I. Anderson and H. Boland gave a vocal duet. Depot Helper Is Transferred— Monford Peterson, who has been helper- in the Rock Island station here for six years, left last week Monday to work in the same capa- at iSlbley. The company re- will teach at Grand Junction. The Evangelical Missionary society meets this Thursday with Mrs. Wm. Knopf. Mrs. Paul Farley is leader. The book being studied is Christ in the Village. Mrs. iL. Shoemaker, Sioux City, accompanied her sister, Mrs. Albert Genrich, home after Mrs. Genrich attended a funeral of a relative in Sioux City. Mrs. Harry Von Draska is taking car e of her grandchildren, Jack and Marjorie Lee Boyle, while their parents are on a vacation trip. to ^ lald of£ Jul >" ll5 - Mr - Mitchell has no helper at present. The senior Epworth League having an evening picnic at is the John Vosa home, northeast of town this Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Hollynd Sherwood, of Webster City, were calling on Lu Verne friends last week Tuesday. Several Lu Verne ex-service men and others attended the Legion convention at Fort Dodge last week. August, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Tiede, is very sick at their home. He has been ill for about a month. The Will Stones, West Bend, called on Mr. Stone's mother and former friends Sunday. Mrs. Wm. Hof and Alfred visited several days last week at the Dick Ross home in Humboldt. Mrs. A. J. Eason and Marjorie Plcnick at Boone— . The Henry Pietzkes enjoyed a. picnic at Boone Sunday. The other guests were their children and. families, the Fay Thompsons, of Eagle visited last week with her sister at Josten. Le Mars. The Ray Masons. Algona, were Sunday guests at W. B. Mason's. Florence Hof spent Sunday with friends in Webster City. ' " Radio Shop Is Moved— Curtis Kluger, who has had an electrical and radio shop In the Chas. Rohlln building, last week moved to the south rooms of the Herald building. Curtis plans to add to his stock of merchandise, and maintain an up-to-date radio and repair shop. Two Pastors on Vacation— The Rev. and Mrs. B. L. Weaver left Monday on their vacation. They will visit their sop in Sioux City. The Rev. and Mrs, Edward Swanson also left Monday for East Moline, III., to spend their vacation. Dentfet. Will Open Office— Dr. Clarence Anderson, son of J. J. Anderson, who was graduated from Minnesota state university as a dentist this year, is to practice in Swea City. He has rented -the rooms over Applequist's store, and will open his office as soon as his equipment arrives, Street Hand Concerts Resumed— Band concerts on the street were resumed Saturday evening. Some of the older musicians were assisted by the high school boys and girls, Mr. Southgate Preaches. Britt, Aug. 9—The Rev. B. M. Southgate, Congregational pastor here, preached at the Congregational church at Clear Lake Sunday. Fairview Church Is Revived at Reunion at State Park ceVbrating a birthday. JCnctMaugh. W:\twtoo, s'ster spending a few Titonka five will be completed tip'; week. £v>m9 runs have finished air»a<Jy; <r*Jn?ca nave only one or tr )pbt» toft. Tb* A. A. Willaitoaa. Britt. were Mr. WlUadson owns Sexton, Aug. 9 — The Harvey i!teven« attended a reunion picnic of present and former Fairview people at the Ambrose A. Call state park Sunday. The Fairview community is between Lu Verne and Corwlth. Among persons attending were members of four families who settled there between 1882 and 1890: the Chambers family, the J. F. Stevens, the Clapsaddles, and the Mitchells. There were 162 persons at the picnic, as follows: Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Chambers, two children, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Johnson, five children; the Frank Clap- saddles. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Trenary, two sons, the John Chambers family, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bosworth, Mrs. Mrs. Samuel Serana Hauser and a son, Clapsaddle, daughter Ardis, the Harry Merriams. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Olsen, the Clifford Applegates. Messrs. Elmer, Erwin, Frank, and Ernest Applegate, Mrs. H. A. Bogard, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nail, four children, Mrs. E. E. Peterson, daughter Edna, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Perkins, three children, Mr. and Mrs. >Le Roy Clapsaddle, Mr. and Mrs. John Atchin- Mr. and Mrs, H. O. Chamber*, three daughters, Leonard Mullins, Mrs. A. Higgles aijd her children. The foregoing all hail from the Corwith neighborhood. Others were: The C. C. Sharlachs. Mr. and Mrs. Nels Mitchell, Dora Mitchell, Mrs. Nick Wllger and a daughter, alj of Algona; J. F. 'Steven and the Le Roy Stevens. Brltt; Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Merrlam. two daughters, the Nera Mays, the Robinsons, all of Kanawha. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Palmer, Renwick; Mr. and Mrs. John Wermer- sen, son Ralph, the William Clap- saddles, of 'Peterson; Mr. and Mrs, Albert Merriam, seven children, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Cole, daughter Lee, Lu Verne; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Clapsaddle. daughter Ruth, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Clapsaddle, all of Galva; Mr. and Mrs.' Lloyd Steven, Hurt. Mrs. Hary Schey, Mason City; Mrs. George Wermersen, son Kenneth, Miller S. D., Clara -Rector, Pocatello, Ida., Mr.'and Mrs. Ed IJnr ger, two children, Bancroft, the George and Simon Hirners. Wesley; Mr. and Mrg. Gregory eton, three children, Ruthven; Mr. and Mr». Harvey Steven* two sons, Sexton. band leader, is planning some special features for the remaining concerts this month. In Olympic Chorus- Mrs. Wm. McWhorter, daughter of the Wm.' McAninches, formerly of Swea City, sang in the opening chorus of 1,000 voices in the Olympic games In Los Angeles. The program was broadcast and friends here listened in. Hustlers Plan Camping Trip — The Harrison Healthy Hustlers are busy gathering funds for a week's camping trip to Spirit Lake. They have been selling home made candy on the street Wednesday and Saturday evenings. They plan to rent a cottage. Johnsons to Family Reunion— The Oscar Pearsons and the Victor Nelsons, who have been visiting relatives and friends in California the last few months, returned home last week. ; Other Swea CUy. Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Johnson and Bernice Pearson left Friday morn- Ing, Bernice to vis.lt Prances Humphrey. The Johnsons went to Revere to visit Mr. Johnson's mother, Mrs. J. S. Lane, who is 94 years old. The, Johnsons, held a family reunion in Farmlngtoh Sunday. Mrs. Ed Peterson spent last week with her daughter, Mrs. Roy Val- vick, at 'Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Valvick will move to th» Swea City, neighborhood ' next year, having- rented the Roal Roateori farm. Lucille Thomson: visited her aunt. Mrs. •<?,. Dietz, and ,her .friend Mrs. Arlo.. Barter at KairmqnJ'jiusit weeK-. While' there she with Her aunt and family drove to Minneapolis to visit Other relatives, Theodora Hovey returned last weelf fr.om a week£ .•cawplng tijlp ftt Clear LaS*. 'She was with a jw}nj- ber of young womea with whom «h» had attended «?hooj at Waldorf. hospital in Fort Dodge this' spring. | to Wyoming, the Black Hills, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wonderick home. • and returned to their home at Council Lena was most Impressed by the the the end of the Columbia highway they made a trip 6,000 feet up Mt. Hood and camped there for a night. That is only half way up .the mountain, and Mrs. Leo M. Saunders, broke a j but is ae far as cars go. The next Bluffs Tuesday after a week with vastness of the ocean and by the Henry'Lampes.' Mre. Wonderick j snow-capped_ mountains. At is a daughter. Girl Breaks Arm In Trlcki Alice Saunders, daughter of Mr. bone in her left arm and dislocated her elbow Friday when she woe turning hand springs. .Dr. . J. A. Devlne set the arm. Elects Buffalo Center Teacher- Helen Bryden, daughter . of the Rev. and-Mrs, C. E. Bryden, will teach the primary class in Buffalo Center this year. She taught the •primary class at Seneca the past two years. mofnlng, from a vantage point, they could see three other snow-capped mountains. Lena will soon start teaching the Strayer school, Burt township, for the second year, and Helen will teach at-Buffalo Center. Mr. Bryden is Baptist minister at' Bancroft. His parish gave him a homecoming reception Sunday, 'with dinner In the church basement. Lena and her parents, Mr. and Boy Breaks Arm in Fall— The small son of William Dud- dings fell out of a tree at his grandparent's, Thomas Guest's, and broke his arm Friday afternoon. Dr. J. A. Devine set the arm. Two Hare Tonsili Out— A daughter of Mike Kennedy and a daughter of Thomas Von Bank had their tonsils removed by Dr. J. A. Devine Monday. Hogs Shipped to Market— Four double decks of hogs were shipped from Bancroft Saturday by F. J. Welp and W. A. Murray. Other Bancroft News. J. E. Kennedy, Corrine Nemmers. Mrs. L. ;F. Kennedy and two sons left Sunday for Hutchinson, Minn., and Minneapolis. John Kennedy, of Hutchinson, went to Minneapolis with them and they will buy for the Kennedy Stores here and at Hutchinson. Evans Carmean left Sunday for Rockford, 111., wherfe he will visit at Earl Elliot's. Mrs. Elliot is hfa sister. Mildred Deltering and Monica Baker went with him and went on to Dwight, where they are visiting an aunt of Monica's. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Deltering and daughter Betty came from Burlington laat week Tuesday to visit at the F. X. Deitering and W. A. 'Murray's. Mrs. Deltering will be remembered as Helen Wilkinson. Jean Clair Drilling, 8-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Drilling, of Britt, is visiting at J. H. Menke's. Mr. Menfce was at Britt on business Wednesday and she returned with him. Donald Dyer returned Tuesday from California, where he visited! rs ifh Fan n»,r< George :£afroll MM. attended, •* k * * M jflt.-J&Jfr..*^ M Alfrwt Friends Of Aifi&t tioasort 'Are sorry to know that he hf,aict&> and has been for six week*, with eoirfpllca- done ^eaultlrig from an attftck of scarlet fever suffered several years ago. Part of the time he Is up and about, but on other'days confined to his bed. Alfred aftd his parents lived In this township till a few years ago, when his parents retired and now occupy a home on east Call street, .Algona. Other Union. A one-story house 24x24 with full basement Is nearlng completion' on the Presley Sarchett -farm, on the pavement towards Biirt, The. house Is beinr built by O. 1C Roinstad, who is doing much of the work himself. The family hopes -to move In by September. 1, Mrs. Roinstad 10 Louise, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sal-chett. \ The Dlst. 4 school where Gertrude Sage, Burt, will,,teach , her fifth year, Will open August 29. School will be closed the week of the coun 1 ty fair from Tuesday on. The plan; which was used last year, permits the children to attend the fair. ; ,•••• Mr.: and Mrs. Charles Scott accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Ted Ringsdorf, Portland, to,Fort .Dodge). laTat week Tuesday to attend a state -Legion convention. . '•'-.•• The Harry Wards spent Sunday at the Okobojis. ' ITCHING SKIN TROUBLES If anyone has .the, itch now, says a famous doctor,'it's^ because he would rather have it than bother to end It. •For nothing could be more simple than the modern home treatment with Emerald OH, that acts Instantly to give relief. Soothing, healing, antiseptic, 'Emerald Oil is magic for an itching skin. , Just ^follow 'directions, saya Drug-' gist -E, W.*Lusby and you are sure to be helped. Money back unless you are. FOR SERVICE Keep your wearing apparel looking well by a frequent dry cleaning . . . . . • '.''•'»,'. NEW FALL SUITS Our Custom Made Suits are guaranteed as to material . and workmanship. Suits at $21.50 with 2 pair pants i Modern Dry Cleaners PHONE 587 his sister Bernice for several months. Bernice is employed with the Los Angeles Times. Tom ^Garry returned last week Wednesday from Port Dodge, where he had attended the state Legion convention. He was. a delegate from McKlnnon post. Leone Sandachulte returned Saturday from Mason City, where ahe had visited at the Leo Whalen home for several days. -Leone is a eister of Mrs. Whalen. Mrs. -Lee Klocke and three children. of Hollandale, Minn., returned last Thursday after four .days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N J Merrill. .'Rosanna an* Sedalla Llckteig, of Cresco, spent several days last week at the Dr. K. Hoffman home. Mrs. Hoffman is an aunt of the girls. Andrew J. Berene went to Chicago on business 'Friday. Mrs, Berens took him to Algona, where he boarded a train, Bonnie and Bobble McGllligan returned last Thursday from Webster City, where they visited relatives for a week. Mary Merrill and Marjorie Foth left Wednesday morning for Carroll to viult friends for several days, Mrs. Eugene Wolf and son Dennis visited at her parents, the C. W. Millers at Lu Verne Wednesday. Loretta Merrill returned Friday from Minneapolis, where she visited friends for a week. . .Mrs. Anna B, Leslie is at Ledyard caring for Mr. and Mre. F. S. Jenks. The 'Lee Olsons have a baby daughter born a week ago Sunday. LAKQTA PAYIH6 PROJECT EXAMPIE Of TOWN PBIOE Dakota has gf yen .this section* of Iowa an example of, civic enterprise this summer and is pardonably proud of the result. After the contract for the extension of the Imperial highway paving east from the No. 169 junction to the WJnnebago county line was let' the state highway commission wgis induced to pave a connecting half mile stretch south to the town, including the business section of Lakota's main street. This paving was not as. wWe as the- istreet, so the local men got together and despite the depression agreed to pay for paving the rest oit the street on both sides.. Tfee work was accordingly done, and the new ly paved street was thrown open to to«lc a, we ? H »f o ,8%turda.y. Last mfeefc's. Record announced -9. by Ffy'of SPECIAL BARGAINS In Used Cars for this month 1931 Ford Tudor 1929 Ford Tudor 1930 Ford Tudor 1927 Dodge Sedan 1926 Chrysler Coach discount 3 " neW> Wil1 sel1 at a bi * See these cars and get our prices before you buy. 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Located over Christensen i Phone*: Business 166, reuic Algona, Iowa VETERINARIANS! L. W. FOX J. B. WINKEL Veterinarian) ' , West State Street, Algol Phones: Office, 475-W.; res. ( BUILDING CONTRAC COWAN * 80?f General Contractors Estimates Furnl Phones: Business, 63JI-J,' NORTON MACHINE WO Machinists and Welded] Service Stock en Piston Rings, Pins, and West of Courthouse INSURANCE K088UTH COUNT? MB-. INSURANCE A8SOCUTII Over 115,000,000 worth oflmi In fprce, A home company, Mcure. -J. 0. Pa«on, ° Cfltjr Property Loan* Farm Insurance. Real JMI»»| AlgoM,| 107 W, State St, * JOJB'GREENBBJW . New and used Auto Pin Tires ana Accessor'"|- Hides, Fur ana Wool; I Alfonu, lowi »»»»»»•¥• • •»•»•*• ?J a w. POS STORAGEOFAILI Long Distance H* Every load i" against loss ana age of all kinds. pe4 to do all hauling and d PHOJfB AJgona, low* NIMEOGRAj

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