Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 15, 1933 · Page 5
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flit ISSUE HEXT IfllESDAY IS NOT BEER BUT HARD LIQUORS ALGONA GIRL KEEPS UP FAMILY RECORD Another distinction has come to the children of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bishop. The daughter Ruth, who will receive a master's degree in education late In the summer, was graduated In education from the commerce school at Iowa City last year, and President Jessup has Just notified her that her name appeared In the June, 1933, commencement program as having led her class and been graduated with lilch distinction. iRuth Is one of five Bishop children who have received college educations. The eldest child, Alan, whose recent death shocked Algona, was an Ames graduate. The others are all Iowa City graduates. Margaret, now married and living i at Valparaiso, Ind., was graduated in science and was elected to the honorary scientific fraternity at Iowa City. Esther, also married and living at Louisville, Ky., won membership In Phi Beta Kappa. Harry Is being graduated this year from the College of Commerce. There are two children yet at home. James was graduated from high school this year and hopes to enter the university -in the tall. John will be a high school Junior next fall. The children's father has for many years been the Northwestern agent here. 4 KOSSXTTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA, IOWA LOCALS PAGE Attorney E. 0. McMahon yesterday at Fort Dodge. spent Roscoe Call, Des Moines, was an Algona business caller Saturday. 'Father T. J. Davern Is spending the week in retreat at Sioux City. L. B. iLinnan was trying a suit in Federal court at Fort Dodge yesterday. Georgia Carmean, (Bancroft, spent the week-end with Hazel and Inez Potter. On motion P. A. Danson was admitted to practice in the federal courts at Fort Dodge Tuesday. HOME TRADING HELPS ALL, KIWANIANS TOLD A. E. Kresensky spoke last Thursday noon before the Kiwanis club on the advantages of trading at home as regards things which can be purchased of local merchants. Money sent out of the town, he pointed out, does not help to contribute to the upkeep of the The Rev. I G K Item an West comTnunitv - It is largely the prof- Bend, and his family called at the ', tsf ma , de - - - ' ""<- ny people are confused this. They think that ate of beer depends on Li of the 18th amend- [at isn't the case. v already have beer, jgh the 18th amendment (ill in force. ie question Is NOT |R but whether we shall iriher and iback. vote hard lousands of voters who t beer do not want the i of hard liquors. ' there were no other , they would not want i.'back, because since the i amendment was adop- [tke development of the noblle has made drivers fjrlnk hard liquors the «t menace on the high- pe tftve far too much of ; finder bootlegging. We 1 have a great deal more 'ohlbltlon is repealed. fall the state of Mas- tusetts repealed her pro- Ition enforcement law. then, says the state ar, killings of adults I children by motor cars mounted higher week ik; though after Janu|1 there were 45,000 few- ars registered. it's what hard liquors [And you, Mr. Peaceable en who like your beer, i escape the dangers on [kig;nways that the return liquors will bring. ue, people who hunt for an find bootleg liquor. ut bootleg liquor is not " to find as legal hard would be. Again, if is [expensive for the class tly likely ; 0 indulge in it. AL60NIAN AT WOODMAN MEETINUT DETROIT August Strom, -Woodman representative in this territory, got home Tuesday from Detroit, where he attended a national Woodman convention. He was one of 16 Iowa delegates, and there were 267 delegates altogether. Mr. Strom left home a week ago Sunday. There was never a more harmonious convention anywhere, said Mr. Strom. Every delegate had a fair chance to take part In the proceedings; there ,were no steam-roller tactics. There were no debatable issues to provoke disagreement. The Woodman organization has escaped most of the troubles which many old line insurance companies have experienced since the hard times began, because there is no provision for loans in Woodman certificates. It is the demand for loans, Mr. Strom says, which has made trouble for all companies which provide for policy loans on demand. On the way home Mr. Strom spent.Saturday at the .World's fair. He saw the 1893 fair — at that time he lived in Chicago—and he Rev. P. J. Braner's Saturday. Oeroge I. Christensen, Oak Park, was a visitor at Oscar Anderson's from last Thursday till Tuesday. Muriel Lehman, Jewell, came Sunday to visit her aunt, Mrs. C. S. Johnson. She is a graduate nurse. The Rev. P. J. Braner left Tuesday for a three-day pastoral conference at his former church at Lu Verne. Mr. and .Mrs. H. M. Bender and Mrs. Erwin Bender, of Westgate, visited relatives here Sunday and Monday. '< Clair Blossom has for some time 'been employed as bookkeeper and stenographer in his father's life Insurance office. iRichard, 10, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bert 'Furness, Sheffield, visited last week at the home of his sister, Mrs. iR. H. Guderian. Mrs. W. C, Dewel returned 'Sunday night to Evanston, 111., for another month of x-ray treatment at the Evanston hospital. \ it is reported that moving picture representatives were here last week to inspect the room recently vacated by Bloom's store. Justice H. 'B. White and his brother Donald spent Monday at Fort Dodge . Donald is manager of the local Cut-Rate Grocery. Roy Christensen went to Carlinville, '111., last Thursday to close out a stock of drygoods. He had been at home for a few weeks. 'Larry, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Pool, Renwlck, came recently to visit his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Pool, of South Cresco. Merle Bailey, Minneapolis, spent te week-end with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. C. (L. Bailey, north of town. She is employed in a bank. Mrs. Charles Barrickman spent Saturday and Sunday with her sister, Florence Nelson, Fort Dodge, who is employed in a doctor's office. Tonsillotomies Were performed at the General hospital on Rose Mary Veer, Corwith, Friday, and Mrs , f , men which determine the living scale of everyone in a community, and all who trade away from home cut down this scale not only for everybody else but for themselves. ' •It is often said toy professional men — doctors, lawyers, dentists and men in political office ~ thai they are not obligated to trade a' home, because the business men do not always engage their services But even in the case of the profes slonal men, it pays to trade a home, because the ability of prac tically every head of a 'family tc pay for their service depends on the profits of local business men. If the town's business institutions j are poorly financed professional men cannot prosper. W./H. Horan, who was about to eave for a new home In California, was a guest of the club. r, Mrs. W. M. Lewis, ot 'Spencer, who, had been with her two weeks, lome, and Mr. Lewis, who Is Spencer's mayor, came after his wife Saturday. Sheriff and Mrs. Carl Dahlhauser ook .Mr. and .Mrs. Theo. Elbert, who have made their home with he Dahlhausers since early in the rear, to Iowa City Sunday, and Mr. Slibert underwent a hernia opera- .ion at the University hospital yes- ;erday. He is a brother of Mrs. Dahlhauser. Mrs. Elbert remained with him, the Dahlhausers return- ng Monday. Attorney W. C. Edson, Storm Lake, son-in-law of Judge A. D. week is a Bailie, Storm Lake, House speaker at and Des former Moines, ince Friday with Mr. Overmyer's rother, J. F. Overmyer. Hiram is , mail clerk, and this was the first ime he and his family had ever een here. Mrs. Jos. W. Wadsworth and her niece, Mrs. Margaret Hofmaster, says that no.one should miss this one. ; touch many people will it because stuff. it is » i auto drivers v would " hard liquor* for • mow buy* one'who stuff. 1 you want t« risk it? I you do, vote for hard liq- " Tuesday. don't want to see as many drank on the road a* we iave, vote OFFICERS ARE ELECTED BY COUNTY AUXILIARY - 'Lone Rock, June 13—The, county Legion Auxiliary was entertained by the Lone Rock post at the local school auditorium last week Tuesday, more than 100 women attending. iLIoyd Schenck, Burt, county chairman, presided,"and the meet- Ing was opened with the Star^Spangled Banner. The minutes were read by Mrs. Rex Wolfe, and reports were given by the treasurer and the executive committee. iRoll call was answered by representatives from Algona, Bancroft, Burt, 'Fenton, Lone 'Rock, Titonka, Swea City, and Wesley. The presidents of units gave reports. 'Officers were elected: chairman, BWrs; -Ida Larson, Swea City; vice •president, Mrs. Lucille Merritt, Algona; secretary, Mrs. Martha Bonacker, Titonka; treasurer, Margaret Quinn, Bancroft; historian, Mrs. Sadie Denton, Titonka; chaplain, Mrs. Jeannette McMurray, Algona. A membership skit, Eligible Members Are You Listening? written by Mrs. Larson was given by members of different units. Ledyard Pair Are Secretly Married Ledyard, June 6—The secret marriage of Louise, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Friest, east of Ledyard, to Goeldner, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Elliott, Burt, was recently announced. It took place December .1, 1932, at Mankato, and the attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Park Elliott, Buffalo Center. ' The bride was graduated from the local school this spring. Last Thursday at the:home of the bride's parents a miscellaneous shower was given In her honor. A large crowd attended, and she received many gifts. °' the 18th amend v °t« for Koad Safety, beer, I»e h, thl« ors Is involved, Ray Oesterreicher, Titonka,' last week Tuesday. Everett Anderson is now employed at the Laird & McCullough funeral home, where he is study- Ing the business. He is a graduate of the Algona high school. Mrs. W. G. McCullough has been at Newton since Friday, and wil remain for a time longer, her mother, Mrs. Belle Geddes, who lives there, being criticaly sick. James, twin son of Mrs. R. H 'eturned Sunday from on, Minn., where they Worthing- had been Fenton Club Ends Year With Program Fenton, June 13— The last meeting of the Woman's club this year was held at Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod s last week Wednesday. Uoll can was on favorite musical selections and the composer. The Program was musical -in charge of Mrs. *. P. Newel, assisted by 'Mrs. C. H. Geronsin. Mrs. W..T. Ohm, and Mrs. Battle- Weisbrod. Topic^were The Primitive Organ,. The Oldest Piano, .The. Harp, The Harmonica, How the Violin Family Has Grown; also Life of Schumann-«eink by Mrs. W»l driv drunk en Marlon MeSTahon Graduated. Mr and Mrs. S. E. McMahon and their daughter Ruth attended commencement exercises at the state n college, Ames, Monday at wbitn MT. and Mrs. MoMahon's youngest daughter Marion was . graduated from the home economics depait- ment in technical journalism. to te hWlder caught in .an tric wringer Friday mormng Spencer, underwent an appendl citis operation at the Kossuth hos pltal Monday. He is one of the younger pair of Spencer twins. The Britt News-Tribune report! that Priscilla Southgate has comi from Eveleth, Minn., where she ii physical training teacher. Eveletl Is in northern Minnesota's iron mining district. Dr. P. V. Janse went to Milwau kee, Wis., Sunday to attend th annual meeting of the American Medical association. He will also visit Chicago, and expects to be gone a week. The Humboldt Independent reports that the Humboldt Rotary club entertained the Humboldt high school seniors two weeks ago and that Geo. W. Godfrey gave a half hour's talk. A roller skating rink is being constructed on the lots across the street east from the Kent garage. The floor was brought here from La Crosse, Wis. The ring will be ready for skaters .Saturday. Janet Zerfass got home last week Wednesday from Mt. Carroll, where she recently completed her first year of college at the Frances Shimer school for girls. She will spend the summer at home. Mrs O. J. Peterson went to Rockford. 111., a week ago Saturday to visit her daughter Eva. who is employed in a closed bank there. Mrs. Peterson was also to visit relatives in Iowa county, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hoffman, of Eagle Grave, sop Fra.ncls, and the Franch Welch- family, Webster City spent-last Sunday at A. A. Sterling's. (Francis, who was a so here all last week, went home with his parents. , Marguerite Yvonne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Coleman and Gary Dean, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Reynolds, have been baptized by the Rev. P. J- Braner, the child first named last Wednesday, the 0l The Wayman Clossons, of Mason City, spent Sunday with Mrs. Closson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Heitie and Janet, Hertlg went "ome with them for a week's visit. The B. C. Hertigs, Buffalo Center, were also here. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Lorenz visited' the former's mother, Mrs. O. Lorenz; at Fort iDodge part of last week. She is at .present visiting her daughter, Mrs. Myron Hill. She spent the winter with a daughter at .\o°tice t to change the address of Ralph M. Ballard's Advance from "a Porte City, Iowa, to Redwood Falls, Minn., has been received, Mr. Ballard took a course in chiropractic but whether he is .practicing now has not been learned. Mrs. JE. J. Skinner, Mrs. <? P Vlev and the Jatter's daughter Srned Sunday from Springfield 111 where they had spent a week with the Wed Skinners. F. JL- Thorpe, son-in-law of Mrs. Skinner/met them at 'Des Moines Sunday. • , r _ (Donald, son of W. D is at Cedar Rapid?, ilnce last Thursday, looking after he Wadsworth farm, on which all he buildings were wrecked in a recent cyclone. Iowa State college, Ames, celebrated its diamond jubilee, and among alumni In attendance was a former Algonian, C. M. Doxsee, Redwood, Calif. Three out of five iving members of his class were ;here. Mr. iDoxsee's wife is a sis- ;er of Harvey Ingham. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hauiberg will leave Sunday to attend an annual convention of Rotary Interna- tional.at Boston. Mr. Hauberg goes as delegate from the local club, of which he Is president-elect. The Haubergs .will travel by car and do some touring in the east. Mr. 'and Mrs. W. L. Mitchell of Clear Lake, were Algona business visitors Monday. Mrs. Mitchell is a daughter of the late J. W. Hlnch- on, for many years editor of the Algona Courier.' The building occupied by the Silver Grey Cafe is still owned by the Hinchon estate. D. P. Smith, of the postoftice, began a six-day vacation Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Smith, their sons Craig and Donald, and Ruth McKee visited at Des Moines Sunday. The Smiths plan another vacation In the fall. Ray Ladendorff is Mr. Smith's substitute at the postoffice.. Bernice Stock and Evelyn Blackburn, the latter of Eagle Grove, went to Iowa City Friday for six weeks of summer school at the university. Bernice will return to Eagle Grove next fall to teach .physical education. Miss Blackburn is a junior college student there. Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Soloman/of Spencer, and their son Merrill, spent Saturday night with- Mrs. Stella'Sabin. The women are sisters. The 'Solomans had spent a week witb relatives In Hardin county. Merrill, who works in the Spencer postoffice, was having a two weeks vacation. Bertha Kuchenreuther and Delia Welter will drive to Chicago in the letter's car next week Thursday for a week's vacation. They will visit friends and attend the World's fair. Bertha, who is a registered nurse, Is employed at Dr. 'P. V. Janse's office, and Delia Is stenographer for Van Ness & iStillman, spoke in the afternoon and again In the evening at the Algona Presbyterian church Sunday on the question of retaining the 18th amendment. While he was here he was a guest at A. Hutchison's. The evening date was a union service. Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Gust, of Mobile, Ala., and their niece, Jean Simmons/ are expected this week for a visit'with Mrs; Gust's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Anton Anderson. Jean, the daughter of Mrs. Lorine Simmons, who lives with her parents, the Andersons, has been with the Gusts a year and will go back with them. The Gusts and Jean are at present attending the World's fair. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Wright returned Friday from ten days of fishing at Spirit Lake and visiting their daughter, Mrs. R. A. Burrows, Dallas Center, and their son Robert, Davenport. Mr. Wright is a veteran light and power plant employe. The Rev. and Mrs. Burrows came Monday for a visit till today with the Wrights. Mr. Burrows is Presbyterian minister at Dallas Center. The William Sinclairs, Austin, Minn., went home Tuesday, after 'having been calle.d here iSunday night by word of the sickness of Mr. Sinclair's sister, Mrs. B. F. Sorensen. Mrs. Sorensen, who underwent a -major operation at the Kossuth hospital Sunday night, Is now gaining rapidly. (Ellen Carlson, R. N., is caring for her. Mr. Sorensen is at present in Denmark, looking after an inheritance. Mrs. Rebecca McDonald, mother of J. A. McDonald and Mrs. E. J. Murtagh, was at Burt three days last week, helping to observe the 50th anniversary of the Presbyter- side, lives with the Stanley Gardners. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Jenkinson are great-grandparents for the first time, and the baby is Mrs. R. M. Gardner's third great-grandchild. Leona Lichter accompanied Rachel and.Dean Clapsaddle, of Burt, and Wil'bur Rehm, St. Genevleve, Mo., to St. Genevieve Friday to bring up Mary Eliese Clapsaddle who will be with her father, Dr. Clare Clapsaddle, who has been at H. D. Clapsaddle's since a ago Saturday. The doctor brother of H. D., also Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle, Burt, and he is visiting both brothers while he recuperates from a recent Hlness. Mr. 'Rehm came from Missouri with the doctor to care for him. George and Norman Johnson and Emil Fechner, all of Denver, left for home Friday after a week with Kossuth relatives. The Messrs. Johnson visited their sister, Mrs. W. J. Becker, and their parents, Mr. and Mrs, Jacob Johnson, Wesley, and Mr. Fechnor visited mother, aj Lu Verne. <3eorge utility man in a Denver bank; Norman, who was once in the employ of H. C. Adams here, is office manager for a loan company Denver; and Mr. Fechner manages an apartment house. A fractured right foot was set for Irvin Bormann at the Kossuth hospital last week Wednesday. The bone was broken when a 'horse stepped on him at the Borman farm near St. Joe. Frank Dumphy, Algona, had one foot placed in a cast again Saturday. It was broken last year, but had not entirely healed. Appendicitis operations were performed last week on Kenneth Brayton Wednesday, Eleanor Kain Sunday, and James Spencer Monday. Oliver Bakken, Algona, underwent a major operation. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Horan left in their car (Friday for Monroe, Wis., their old home, where they are visiting a sister of Mrs. Horan who is matron of an institution there. The Horans will leave this week-end for California, where they . will make their home for a time with their son Clemmer at Los Angeles. The Rich tenant house on south Ridgeley street, .which had been oc- Thursday and Friday, June 15-16 —GAY as a French love affair! -TANTALIZING as a mjd- night rendezvous! , 4 -ELECTRIFYING as a kisV away lips and a song in your heart! picture with the; star* you don't know now—but n *w,j(| tiulLJarafit. after iyou: see them I. JAJT KARPUBA HAGttA SCHNEIDER ian church, of which she is the only living charter member. She traveled back and forth daily. Though '87, Mrs. McDonald is still strong and hearty. One day last week she scrubbed and varnished the kitchen floor in-her home. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Peterson drove to Britt Friday.to meet and bring here Mrs. Mel Peterson and her son Mel Andrew Jr., who arrived from Bremerton, Wash., for a 'month with the Petersons, and Mrs. Mel's . parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. C. B. Murtagh. Mel is now at sea in the Pacific in the battleship New York. The ship had been in dry dock at Bremerton three months. The baby is now a year old. The Milwaukee will run a special train to Chicago Sunday. It will leave Algona at 7:30 and arrive at Chicago at 8:50 that evening. The fare will be |7.90 for the round trip. The return limit is the tenth day. Agent C. A. Joynt reports that the Sioux carried three extra coaches Saturday to accommodate 176 Chicago passengers. Twenty- four passengers boarded the train here, Including a group of 12 from Fairmont. Matt Lamuth, daughter Eleanor, cupied by the Horans, was recently rented to Dennis Pratt, who moved there from the Geo. H. Wessel tenant house on .east Elm. Mr. Pratt recently added the Horan electrical stock to his own line. Prof. H. S. and Mrs. Erode, of Walla Walla, Wash., stopped at Geo. St: John's last Thursday for a short visit. They are former Walla Walla neighbors of Mrs. St. John's parents, Dr. and Mrs. F. P. Klahr, and Mr. Erode is head of the (biology department of Whitman college, Walla Walla. The Erodes met their triplet sons at Beloit, Wis., 'Saturday'. One teaches in Beloit college, one in the Orio state university, and the third in the California state university. AH of the sons are above six feet in height. The Erodes will all attend the fair at Chicago, after which the parents will tour the east returning to Walla Walla In September. Donald P. Dewel is expected home today. He has been at Washington, D. C., two years in government employ, meanwhile attending George Washington university at night. Until this spring he worked in a supply office in the senate office building. Some weeks ago he lost the Job to a young democrat, but immediately secured another at operating an elevator in the senate office building as substitute for a young democrat who wanted to fill out a year in college before reporting for work. In the * . Saturday, June 17 DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM "Forbidden Trail" BUCK JONES Obey the Law LEO CABRILLO Devil Horse No. 1 Matinee promptly at one o'clock. Sunday and Monday, June 18 and If CHANGE OF PROGRAM BIG SPECIAL iPre-release shoving—{first, tint) shown in State of Iowa. -National release date June 26. -.J "When Ladles Meet" , —with— •.'•<"•.", ANN HARDING T 1 ROBERT MONTGOMERY MXRNA LOT ! Matinee 1 .p. m. • ' Tuesday-Wednesday, June 20 and 21 (Return engagement of the great picture— KIHOoFjAZZ Mr.. and .Mrs. E. L. DeZellar,. son j course of his : work at both jobs Jimmie,- and Mrs. De Zellar's mother, Mrs. J. P. Greeley, drove to the Twin Cities Saturday. Mrs. Greeley Donald had many Interesting contacts with senators and other dignitaries, including former Vice 4rm 'was badly bruised flefh in spots was torn. The and the I* SteuW, Algona, was recent ^tesjt Frank s a , grandparents, Mr. 'and Mrs, T. + J. Vincent. He has been there the two weeks accompany s bis grandparents to Chicago to at- Century of Progress «c- Mrs. Hlrw Overmyer The Raymond McCorkles returned last week Monday from Melbourne, where they spent several days with Mrs. McCorkle's parents, (Mr. and Mrs. Fred Martin, who moved there from here a year ago and are operating a restaurant there. Mr. Martin for years trained race horses at the local fair grounds. . .. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Horan left the A. .J. Keen farm at 5 a. m.. Friday for Monroe, Wis,, where they arrived at 2:46 p. m. Monroe is 300 miles'" from Algona., iMrs., Horan .and Mrs. .Keen have .two sisters there. The Horans were met there by their son Karel and his wife. They planned to leave Monday for California. ~t| • Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Jenkinson, the A. R. Gardners, the L. A. Cruikshanks, Mae Etherlngton, and Dr. Lewis Leighton, Fort Dodge, spent Sunday at Clear Lake with the Dr. Harry Jenkinsons, Iowa City, who bad a cottage at the I. O. O. F. park there last week. Doctor Leighton is a brother of the elder Mrs. Jenkinson. Mr. and Mrs. ID. H. Goeders, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Pletch, K. D. James,' and F.' H,j Seller returned last week Wednesday from Goodhue, Minn., -where 'the late Mrs. Seller was purled that day, following funeral services at St. Cecelia's church, here last week Tuesday and services at the Goodhue Catholic church next morning. Mrs. P. V. Janse and Mrs. A, J. Eason, the latter of IM Verne, got home last week Wednesday from two weeks at Oklahoma City with Mrs. Janse's daughter, Mrs. H, T. Miller, who accompanied them home and wiir spend the summer with her parents. Mr. Miller, who will come later, is high school coach at Oklahoma City. iDennis Becker returned Sunday from two weeks at Chicago, the guest of George Johnson, former Algona high school phsics teacher. Mr. Johnson, who taught at Hinsdale, suburb of 'Chicago, last year, was to leave the city yesterday for northern Wisconsin, where he and another man recently bought lake prpp^rty and will build a summer cottage. Mrs. Eugene Neville got home lives at St. Paul, and she remained President Curtis, there after three weeks with the) Edith. 'Reed, of Agency, Drake DeZellars, and Jinunie remained university post-graduate, arrived with her for a several weeks visit. | recently' to live with her cousin, R. H. Hermann, Minneapolis police- , Mrs. M. J. Jones, and teach the man who was killed in an automobile accident last week, was the husband, of a niece of Mr. Lamuth. Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Falkenhain- er, and Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Stillman leave this morning for an auto tour In the east. Mr. Falkenhainer will look after business affairs at Cincinnati and Boston, and at the latter point, 'besides .visiting friends, will attend the annual convention of Rotary International. The Stillmans will be the guests of a sister of Mr. Stillman at Boston. En route home the party will stop at Chicago for the World's left for , afler & from Kansas Oity, Friday, alter ten week? ; of m.e$pal $reatme*fc tbere. Mr. JsftyOie *°4 %9 <?btt4r droye to Kwusa.1 £% | W«s% a tft W* felf P* ft** PW, PAUL WHITEMAN All technicolor JOSG CROSBY fair. Lucia Wallace got home last Thursday, after a year with sisters Jn upper Wisconsin and Florida. She was at Mason City from last week Sunday till last Thursday, visiting'a niece, who brought -her home. 'En route from Florida Miss Wallace stopped foiv the' World's fair in Chicago, and she reports it well worth seeing, though some buildings are yet incomplete. Miss Wallace, who formerly suffered piano here. She is a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Reed, and her mother was the only sister of the late M. do L. Parsons. Her father once had a drygoods store where the Sawyer or former County Savings bank building now stands. Miss Reed's niece Edith, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. C. S. Reed, Agency, was graduated this year from a two-year course in music at'Cedar Falls. Edith is a 4 J H girl and a memiber of an 800- piece Farm Bureau band which was to leave Ottumwa sometime this week to play for low'a day at the World's fair. Col. and Mrs. B. A. Seeley, Ft. Benning, Ga., and their son Alpheus visited frdtm-. a.week ago Sunday till last Thursday with the Colonel's mother, Mrs. F. T, .Seeley, his brother Frank, and Mrs. Seeley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Heise. (From here they went to Ames, where the Colonel attended the quarter-century reunion of his class at the State college. The Seeley daughter Nana attended the • ' and she nucu Wllll rilBumausiii, la nun much improved. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Gardner are parents of a 7-1'b. girl, born Tues- Say evening. This .is. the first child, The mother was formerly l,eola Huff, Sexton. Eleanor CruJk- shank is nursie. This makes Mr. ind Mrs. A. R. Gardner grandpar- ants for the first time. Mrs. Mary Huff, 'grandmother on the maternal went home with her parents. Alpheus attended college in Georgia last year. Colonel Seeley has been In the U. S. army veterinary service ever since graduation, and for some years he served in the Philippines, later serving in '. France. Steady service and promotions have gradually given him high ranking. , , ; •••• •••; '; ; ' ' .; •- : .1. ™? Smoke Shop can now supply you with ^HJj^f^tjj^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^J ^^^^W^^^^^^ ^^^^^^r ,^^^^F By the glass, bottle, or case We handle the best bran/is, and assure you prompt and courteous treatment, . We can supply you with ypur favorite brand of -,'...'. cigarettes, cigars, an_(J tobacco, • •'; ; fMf fMp^ijp pt^fl^Hw.^ffSR^B^ff"' Gasoline Economy with the New Ford V-8 63 Kossuth citizens accepted our invitation to make a test run to check gasoline mileage of a new Ford V-8 car with a gasoline mileage tester attached. First Place G. F. Towne, 331 m. p. gal. Who wins $10 in cash 2—C. E. Culbertson, 33 m. p. gal., who wins $5 in .,- cash. . . ..,_-• • • • •_• . 3—€ecil Beuner, 28 3-4 m. p, gal. U—E. M. Gross, 27,1-4 ; m; p. gal. . _;•*»' "*\ .Ijl.ifigti^ 5—N. J. Alexander, 27 m. p. gal. ' "* *^" 6-^Glenn Culbertson, 27 m. p. gal. ' .'"' 7—Ed Wilkins, 24 1-2 m. p. gal. S—P.. J.-WMd»o»; -24 m. p, gal. 9—Ira Cole, 23 1-2 in. p. gal. 10-—Ken Harris, 22 1-2 m, p. gal. and the lowest was 20 m. p. gallon average. KENT MOTOR CO. Phone 484 AUTHORIZE]) Algona. low* COMMIT »« omosn »»D iueasroi. codcuwwc m,M»«o> »» iw» ftma WESTERN UNION SIOM* RECjBIVEP A^AILGONA, IOWA KENT MOTOIR CO:— ALGONA, IOWA. . MOINBS, IOWA, JUNE 13

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