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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 29, 1933
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-« ••'"'• C : ./'/:'•'- r . «'• ''V'l) 1 ^^'!^'^^'' PAGE TWO KOSSttf ft COUNTY ADVANCE, ALQONA. IOWA MUSICAL FE&T GIVEN FRIDAY BYLAKOTANS l*kota, June 27—An Interesting •tuslcal program was given at the Presbyterian church Friday evening. -Piano solos were played by Dorothy Ukena, Albert Anderson, «llzaibeth Anderson, Viola Thaves, Arlisa Heetland, John Wortman, Uorothy Asmusson, Elaine iRahm- Vtock, Anna Rippentrop, Marcella "Thaves, Dena (Rippentrop, Patricia 'Woodworth, Paul Ukena, and Mary Ulaine Smith. 'Clarinet solos were Clven by Vernard Underdahl and t»aul Ukena; cornet solos by Alvin •Uppentrop and William Gillen; jplano duets by Fern and Fae Olt- ^hotf, Mrs. Russell Winter and Gert- vude Wortman; piano trio, Betty Johnson, Betty Ley and Elizabeth Hahmstock; violin solo, Arlene Keetland; saxophone, (Elaine •ilahmstock; group of solos, voca' «nd inBtrumental, Norman Frerking; two piano selections, Gertrude "Wortman and Norman Frerking; end piano accordion solos by Geo. Ennen. No admission was charged, 'fcut a collection was taken. Lone Rock Families at Albert Lea Reunion WHITTEMOf iLone (Rock, June 27—'A Williams family reunion was held' at Edgewater Park, Al'bert Lea, Sunday. J. W. Blanchard's mother and Mrs. N. L. Cotton were of the William's family, and attending from here were the J. M. and Harlan Blanchards, the R. T. Angus family, the N. L. and W. J. Cottons, Mr. and Mrs. iLawrence Dittmer, the Harley Shellitos, Ames, the J. M. Hulberts, Glidden, Mrs. George Angus, her three children, George Angua «•«•«• "", 0 "'"J" 1 ""' S™ ? Jr., Chicago Heights, 111., his fam-! trom a fishln * vacation at ily, and Dr. and Mrs. H. A. Angus, Lawton, Okla., their sons Howard and Donald, and Mabel Felkner, also Lawton. Altogether there were Henry Schroeder, and Mrs. Roy Chrlschilles, Fenton, and a son left Sunday to visit relatives at Odebolt. William Cameron took his daughter, Mrs. Ethel Benjamin,'and her son Jackie to Dolliver -last week Wednesday to visit Mrs. 'Benjamin's sister, Mrs. Oliver Stow. (Ralph Priebe, Alton and Bernard Pettit, Hans Nielson, Seneca,,and Oscar Olson, iFenton, have returned Deer in northern (Minnesota. The Watson Shtcks entertained Sunday guests: Ruby Riddle, Burt, Imogene, Margaret, and Berneyce 96 persons In attendance. Before Roderick, Harold Gross, ,Roy Leep- coming home the Angus young er, and Gordon Blanchard. former Resident In Visit- folks, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cotton, and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence .Dltmer visited relatives at Wells, Wis. Picnic at Lawrence Dittmer's— A picnic was held. at Lawrence. Dittmer's Friday evening, and attending were: J. P. Stow, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dittmer, and the Loren Hodgsons, Hurt; Mr. and Mrs. Will Weisbrod, daughter Florence, iFenton; Mr. and Mrs. Presley •Sarchett, daughter and grandson, | Delmar Angus, Doctor Bourne, Al- Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Bowers and gona; Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bourne, youngest daughter, of Cedar iRap-1 daughter Julia, the Sft. T. Angus family, Mr. and. Mrs. J. M. Blanchard, daughter Doris Mae, Mr. and ids, called on old friends in Lakota » week ago Monday. Mrs. Bowers -was formerly Kinney Waud, a -daughter of the late Dr. and Mrs. "Waud, who lived here for many years when he was the local physician and owned and managed the .drug store. The Bowers were en Toute home from Sioux Rapids, j -where they were making arrangements in the settling of his par- •ents' estate, part of which consists *>f a farm near there. The Bowers *xpect to move on the farm next «pring. Acorn Club Entertained— Mrs. Lola Hamquist entertained Gil R LWE E I AT 1SELLE, ILL The Victor Rogers family, Mr, and. Mrs... Knud Thomsen, iHlngsted and'the Andrew Andersons, Slbley spent last Thursday evening at Andrew Thomson's Mr. and Mrs., .Louis. Wegener Mrs. W. J. Slgabee, and the latter's daughter 'Ruth Ann, all of Algona spent last week Wednesday at 'Free Wegener's. (Mrs. IE. G. Rich, of Fairmont, was a last week'Wednesday guest at H. E. Micka's. Her husband, deceased, was once a well knbwn Ledyard banker. •Mr. and (Mrs. George Schenck, of California, and a daughter spent i last week Monday with Mrs. Mrs. W. J. Cotton, Lone Rock; Dr. | Sc henck's aunt, Mrs. James Wads- and Mrs. H. A. Angus, two sons, Donald and Howard, and Mabel (Felkner, Lawton, Okla. Surprise (or the Thompsons— A surprise party in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Thompson was given last Thursday evening. Their birthdays are in the same week. Attending were the Arthur Heiden- withs, Whittemore, Mrs. Emily Heidenwith, Lotts Creek, the Fred Wegeners, Mrs. Lillie Thompson, her daughter Neva, the E. J. Hei- denwiths, the Henry Kuecks, and Mr. 'the Acorn club last Thursday af- 'Francis Nelson, 'Seneca, and ternoon, with 20 members present, and Mrs. Leo Sankey, son Harold, and Delbert Sankey, Algona. Five hundred was .played. •iPlans were made for the club ipic- aiic at the Dreesman cottage at Spirit Lake July 6. The program follows: iRoll call, current events; talk on glass and pottery, Emma iGutkneoht; vocal solo, Mrs. Vera Williams. Lunch was served and «. social hour followed. JLahotan In Car Accident— As Mrs. Orin Sturdevant and her mother-in-law, of Fort Dodge, were •returning from a visit at Worthington, Minn., a week ago a flat tire caused the car to go into the. •ditch, where it turned over a num- t>er of times. Neither one was seriously injured ,tmt were bruised •and shaken up. The accident occurred eight miles northwest of Swea City. Attend Reunion in Nebraska— Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Murray, his another and aunt, of Buffalo Center, •drove to Nebraska and spent a week with relatives attending a reunion. They returned a week ago .Sunday and report most of the ter- Titory covered is very dry. Mrs. Murray's sister, Mrs. Robinson, look care of the Murray children •during their parents' absence. Anguses Here from Oklahoma— Dr. and Mrs. H. A. Angus, two sons, Howard and Donald, and Mabel Felkner, all of Lawton, Okla., arrived last Thursday to visit the N. L. Cottons. Mrs. Cotton-is a sister of Mr. Angus. Donald had just been graduated from the medical college of the state university of Oklahoma. Mite Society Women Meet— The Mite society met last week Wednesday with Mrs. I. W. Nelson, 30 present. Mary Ann and Maxine Flaig gave selections from Edgar A. Guest. A contest in completion of girl's Bible names was held. The next meeting will be with -Mrs. W. J. Cotton. Attend Reunion in Illinois— iMrs. Julia Wortman and Gert- Tlude left Saturday morning via Phona Company Holds Meeting— The stockholders of the Lone Rock exchange held their annual meeting Saturday. George Hanna and I. S. Engesser were reelected directors for 3-year terms. Despite successful year worth. 'Ella and lArline Larson, who had spent several weeks with their sls- ;er, Mrs. Arthur Priebe, have re- .urned to their .home at Decorah. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Krueger spent Monday and Tuesday at Ames, vhere Mr. Krueger attended an elevator managers' convention. The V. V. Fryes got home from a .wo 'weeks trip last week Wednesday. They visited relatives at Des Molnes, Tipton, and Cylinder. The Andrew Thomsens attended St. Paul's Lutheran services at Ringsted Sunday. Their niece, Mildred Madsen, was confirmed. The Tuesday club met with Mrs. Roy Jensen last week. Attending: Mrs. Ethel Benjamin, Mrs. W. J. Cotton, Mrs. E. M. Jensen. The I. W. Nelsons attended the wedding of his niece, Marie Knudsen, to Rasmus Pederson, near Al- ;ona, last Thursday. The Larkin club met last Thursday with Mrs. James Ackerman, 11 present. Mrs. M. E. Blanchard, Irvington, attended. A. A. Krueger and Lloyd Hutchinson played with the Swea City aall team at Forest City last Thursday. The Frank Flaigs attended 'a blacksmiths' picnic at Iowa Lake Sunday. Thirty-five were in attendance. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sprank have moved from the O'Donnell farm to rooms over the Frederick Schultz store. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Rice Saturday and Sunday with the depression, a was reported. Mothers Club Plans Picnic— A Mother's club picnic will b* given this week Friday, in conjunction with a Bible school picnic at the school grounds. The lunch Whittemore, June 27—Announce ment Is made of the marriage Saturday of Gertrude, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Betake, to Wllbert, son of Henry Haberkamp, Roselle, III. The ceremony was performed at iRoselle by the iRev. W. Mehlberg, (Lutheran pastor*. Professor Arthur Binneboese p ed the wedding march, and the bride was given away by her father. iShe was* attended iby Viola Haberkamp, sister of the bridegroom, and Otto Behnke, cousin of the bride, was best man, A reception took place at the bridegroom's home, -where 6:30 p. m. dinner was served\ to the newlyweds and 60 guests, immediate relatives. The newlyweds will live at iRoselle where Mr. Haiberkamp is employee in a'store. Ball GamVs Numerous Sunday- There were four games here Sun day. Three kittenbail games were •played on the public schoo grounds. The local Lutheran nine played Lu Verne and won, 4-1, it in exciting game. The locals hel< Lu Verne scoreless till the last hal of the seventh. Lu Verne thei bad two outs and onp score, and the next batter was put out. Mallard played a good game against West Bend and won, 3-1. The .Lotts Creek girls won from 'the local girls, 5-3. The local Juniors played the Emmetsburg juniors and won, 12-4. The Emmetsburg boys are coached by Geo. Schacht, former merchant here. Peter Nellls and Harold Roth were the battery for Whittemore. spent Mrs. •Rice's sister, Edith Hoxie, Hampton. ry at the Ambrose A. Call state park Sunday, evening, and later at he Hansen home whew fcrldg* was played at four tables, Guests were: Kr. and Mrs. James Allen, Vott Dodge; Mrs. Howard Carey, Mrs. Ralph "Brown,' Mrs. Nellie Van Alen, County Auditor and Mrs. E. J. Sutler, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Crawford, Mr. aftd Mrs. Led Swan- eon, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bartlctt, and Luclle O'Brien, Whittemore. Cuilen to Tak« Ow P. Or- , John S. Cuilen, new postmaster, will take possession of the office soon, If he has 'not already done so by the time this appears, in print. His assistant had not yet been named when; this was written. Mr. Cuilen recently resigned as cashier of the Fanners State bank, but he retained an insurance line and will continue to look after it after he becomes postmaster. Election Pay Herders Jailed— John iFahr and "Mutt" Schatt near Fenton, were picked up last Week Tuesday by Marshal Knecht after they had imbibed too much toard liquor. .They were noisy anc were remanded to the town, jail to await hearing on a charge of intoxication. One of them was later 'let go home to do his chores. were married Jutte It. will lite at Webrtet City."* IMscke/ PmehwTirt The iRet.'W. JDlschef, St. Paul's Lutheran pastor,, preached Sunday afternoon at a mission festival at Suckeye. The Rev. L. Richmann, Burt, conducted services here m English Sunday evening. Paul Ifellta lit Rochester— Mr. and. Mrs, Nellis received word one day last week Irotn their son Paul that he had gone, through the clinic at Rochester, but that the doctors had not yet found what Is the matter with him, St**k Fry »t Park—. Mr. and .Mrs. Edward Carmody, Cylinder, entertained Mr. and Mis. Carl Mansen and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Crawford at a steak try at the Ambrose A. Call state park last Thursday evening. Blood-Poisoning Patient Home- Stephen Bowman, who had been at a Fort B«dge hospital, seriously sick with blood-poisoning, was brought home last Thursday; Other Whittemore News. Alma Locke, Remer, Minn., an< (Dorothy BJustrom, Algona, visited last week at J. E. Walker's. r „ Oene Martini Went to Chicago k week fcgd to attend the world's fair. [e it expected home thin week hursday. Louis Balgeman IB In harge ot Ms gas station. „, The (Elmo Barbers, Mr. and Mrs, an Hise, and Frances Butler moored to Clear (Lake * last . week Tuesday in the Van fllse auto-bun- alow, returning (Friday, Irene, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hansen, returned to her ome at Algona Saturday, after a Academy Alumni In Banquet— There was a Presentation alumni banquet last Thursday evening at the Kermoore hotel, lEmmetsbUrg, 50 attending, inculding the 1933 graduates and Father Hyland, of Sioux City. Edward 'Farrell was toastmaster. Peter Nellis read the secretary's report; Zita McDonnell, the treasurer's report. William Higgins, 1933 senior president, Genevieve Kelly, James 'Fleming, and Fathers John and William Hyland spoke. Officers were elected: Leonard Loebach, president; Walter Fandel, vice; Luke Higgins, secretary; Ed-win O\Brien, treasurer. -After the banquet all attended a dance at the pavilion. Surprise Honors Lone Rocker— The Arthur Heidenwiths attended a birthday surprise party last Thursday evening honoring Mr. and Mrs. Walter Thompson. It took place at tlie W. Thompson home, northeast of Lone Rock. Mr. Thompson's birthday was June 20, and Mrs. Thompson's -was June 23. Others who attended were Mr. and Mrs. ILeo' Sankey, son (Harold, and Delbert Sankdy, all of Algona; Thommns-LaurHieiw In Reunion— J. M. Lauritzen, Glendale, Calif., is visiting his brother Charles and relatives at 'Swea City. This is the first time In 13 years that he has been here. The Charles Lauritzens and June Thomson attended a family reunion at F. J. Thomson's, Swea City, Sunday. Thirty-five persons were there. Want Paving: for No. 44— President Roosevelt's new public works bill will released large sum of money in Iowa which can be expended for paved roads. In view of that fact there is agitation for paving No. 44, which Whittemore from the comes south into and connects with No. 18 a raiHe north of town. Chicks Die In Accident— iHarvey Elfoert has lost 700 chicks. One night last week he stayed up to watch the brooder. Finally he went to bed, only to arise next morning and find that the brooder stove had gone out and the kerosene had flooded the floor, killing all but about 25 chicks. Former Whittemore Boy Weds— Opal (Ethel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick W. Jansen, Webster City, and iErnest Henry, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Meyer, Whittemore, Mrs Roy BJustrom, Algona, came Sun day to visit her parents, the Walk ers, and the girls went home with her.' Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Oliver, VII Hsca, were guests Sunday of. Mr Oliver's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W T. Oliver, and J. T.'s sister, Mrs Alice R. Cairy. Mr. Oliver manage a Bulck-Chevrolet garage. Mrs. Joseph (Eisele, West of town Is seriously sick. Mrs. Henry Mey er has also been confined to bed. H. R. Zumach was at Algona las Thursday to a'ttend a Grocer* Wholesale convention. George Taylor, who attend school in southern Illinois, spending the rest of the summe with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. I Taylor, who keep house for A. C Quinn, south of town. iSupt. and Mrs. F. J. Rochfor and their son Tommy have returne from New Hampton, where the visited Mr. fRochford's parent They now plan to attend th world's fair. J. V^ Elfoert fell from a roa grader one evening last week an fractured two ribs. His son Wa ter took him to West Bend, wher Doctor Givens looked after him. Viola and Ewald Wolter, Alg and Wilbert Becker, and Bert Zie mann, all of Fairmont, visited Sun day at •Herman Game's and also vis •eek ftt her aunt 'eight's. (Mrs, Herman Meta Oade, It. N,, superintendent f nurses at the, KoiBUth hospital, s At home for a week's visit with d4d<f* fents> Mr> and : the Hev. father oux City, visited Re?< Father John laat week, Mrs. Stephen rheumatl Improved. ' the Clifton drew .BJustrom got from a trip through nr Itesota and Wisconsin ' ?* a " son ««1 Marl drove to Port Dodge Wednesday to attend rectors convention. ad For This Week 1930 Ford Tudor $195) 1931 Ford Sedan 1931 Ford Roadster 19219 Ford Tudor 1927 Chrysler Coupe FACTORY REBUILT CYLINDER ASSEMBlli Installed in your car at $37.50 for the 4 cylinder —• |40 for the 8 cyli (Transportation charges extra) —TERMS- KENT MOTOR O AUTHORIZED Algoni, ] Phone 431 lenrlee— —Sales automobile for Freeport, 111., to at-'; hour will be at noon. Everyone is •tend a family reunion. On the way i to take dishes, sandwiches, and a -•home they will visit at Galena, the' covered dish. birthplace of Mrs. Wortman, at -Ackley and Independence, and will onake short stops at number o£ oth- •er places. Former Coach Calls Here— Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Erickson, Attend Aid at Swea City— A number o£ the Methodist Aid members went to Swea City last Sheldahl, and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Erickson, Rolfe, called on friends here last Thursday. The Mr. Brisk- first named formerly taught son and coached in the 'Lone Rock JU^JII'UUIO II U1JV tW kJ »I «-«> XJ»WJ iwuv week "Wednesday afternoon to at- scno .°is tend an Aid guest day. A large crowd attended and a good program was given at the school house, and lunch was served at the church. Elmore Old-Tlmer is Dead- Mrs. Harry Mussman went to Elmore 'Saturday to attend the funeral of (Robert Emerson, who has toeen in the drug business there for 45 years. Although 80 years old he was active in his business till a day. anonth before his death. Earlngs Visit in Illinois- Oscar Earing has purchased new Pontiac, delivered here from Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Earing left Friday night lor Campus, 111., to attend an Earing reunion. Stock Shipped to Market— A. 'H. Hanna, Everett Hanna, and W. H. Meyer, accompanied four carloads of stock to Chicago Satur- Aids Entertained— Mrs. F. O. Johnson entertained the Ledyard and 'Lakota W. F. M. S. at the parsonage Friday after- Jnoon. Mrs. A. Q. Smith had charge •of the devotions and Mrs. Harry Moe of the lesson. Bargor Home from Fair— Postmaster J. A. Bargar recently •visited relatives at Fort Dodge, and accompanied by his brother drove to Kentucky, thence to Chicago for a. visit at the fair. They returned late last week. -Spend Week at World's Fair— 'Raymond Patterson accompanied Roy and (Lawrence Costigan and iCoach Mitchell, of Buffalo Center "to Chicago, where they spent a nveek at the fair. They returned Saturday. jpastor Away on Vacation— The Rev. and Mrs. Frerking and sson Norman left Monday for a two weeks vacation at their cottage at Twin Lakes. There will be no ipreaching service next week. Other Lakota News. Frances IBane, Kanawha, and a Miss Hansen, of Bancroft, were •visitors at F. O. Johnson's Saturday evening. The girls left for Chicago Sunday to attend the world's fair. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson and ichildren, of Pontiac, 111., are visiting at Clarence Edward's, north of town. Mrs. Johnson is a sister of the late Mrs. Edwards. Henrietta Kliest, who lias been sick for a few weeks, is somewhat improved. Her niece, Gladys Kliest, of Newell, a trained nurse, -is caring for her. Mrs. <.'. R. Smith, her daughter, Mrs. Ha/el Uawsun, anil daughter- dn-law, Mrs. Raymond Smith, spent •part of last week visiting relatives it Aurelia The John Alberts. Swea . City, and Mr. and Airs. Ole Erickson, of Iowa, Fails, were guests at Henry Patterson's a week ago Sunday. Mrs. Guy iBeeiner and Bobby left Thursday for (Nevada to visit relatives. They will also visit at Al- fcert Lea before returning. Other Lone l(ock News. Mrs. George Angus, her three children, and the George Angus Jr. family, all of Chicago Heights, 111., arrived Saturday at N. il«. Cotton's, and Gerald, son of R. T. Angus, who attends school at De Kalb, 111., accompanied them here for a week's visit with his parents. The others went back Monday via The Dells of Wisconsin. 'Dr. and Mrs. H. A. Angus, sons 'Donald and Howard, and Mabel Felkner, all of Lawton, Okla., Mrs. George Angus, her three children, the George Angus Jr. family, Chicago Heights, 111., and Mr. and Mrs. 'N. L. Cotton were Monday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ditmer. William Cameron, accompanied by his daughter, Mrs. Ethel Benjamin, Oolliver, and her son Jackie, attended the funeral of Mrs. Clinton La Bar's grandfather at Austin, Minn., Saturday. Mrs. La Bar is another daughter of Mr.'Cameron. The Fred Haacks entertained a week ago Sunday evening at an ice cream party. Attending were the Robert iLeiseners, Algona; the Harold Fischers, Swea City; ILouis Hackbarths, Whittemore; the Alex Radigs and the Leo Schmidts. (Lawrence Newibrough drove to the Delmar Angus place, west of AJgona, last Thursday evening, and his wife, with their baby who had been with a sister of Mrs. Newbrough who has a new baby, accompanied him home. 'The E. M. Jensens attended the wedding of Mrs. 'Jensen's niece, Alice Skow, to Thorval Jessen, of DoHiver, at Graettinger last week Wednesday. Helen Jensen attended the bride as flower girl. A picnic supper was served at James Wadsworth's Sunday evening. Attending: Mrs. E. E. Paine, Burt, daughter Sarah, and Mrs. George Schenck, Inglewood, Calif., and a daughter. 'Mrs. Richard Long and Mrs. Ralph Thompson accompanied Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Lampe to the Lampes' new home at Ventura last week Wednesday, and helped them get settled. ' Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Wiener, son Carl, Mary Steffie, Bancroft, Sirs. Julia Quinn, Bancroft, and Jack Quinns spent Saturday Sunday at Jay Quinn's, Carroll. A. A. Krueger attended a Standard Oil meeting at Emmetsburg last week Wednesday evening. Mrs. Osher, Graettinger, is spending a few days at E. M. Jensen's. She is Mrs. Jensen's mother. Clifford (Phillips, Mason City, spent part of Saturday ami Sunday at Harry Rahn's. The Rasmus Jensens, of Ogden, were last Thursday guests of the I. W. Nelsons. Mr. and IMrs. John (Hauck, Livermore, were Sunday guests at Fred Genrich's. E. iF. Lynch, Waterloo, spent Saturday at Harry Hobson's. Union Depot for Lu Verne. The News reported last week that Plans for a union depot at the point where the C. & N. W. and the (M. & St. L. cross were rumored. This would permit the railroads in question to have only one agent, where now there are two. Lakota Bank Pays Dividend. W. 03. Carlson, examiner in charge of the Farmers & "Drovers State bank, Lakota, is paying the foank's second dividend. Mrs. Chas. Heidenwith, of 'Lotts Creek; Mrs. Thompson, daughter Neva, Frances Nelson, and the Henry Kueck, IFred Wegener, and the Erwln Heidenwith families, all of and;Lone Rock. Steak Fry Glren at Park- Mrs. Carl Hansen and Mrs. Timothy O'Brien entertained at a steak SEE THE AiRT GAOJBRIES IN Minneapolis. — Beaufort Hotel, 112 3rd St. So., opposite Federal bldg., Minneapolis; 75c, $1, $1:50 a day. Parking next door. 24p42 DANCE GEORGE BABTLETT 9-piecc band FLORAL HALL Fair Grounds FRIDAY JUNE3O Admission 40 and Sac LUCKY Neville's customers are lucky. We have enough shoes, underwear, hosiery, shorts, pants, and overalls bought at old prices to run us a month. You will not have to pay advanced prices while our present stock lasts. This week we are offering some wonderful bargains. 200 pair of men's oxfords, Goodyear welt, late styles, with ventilated arch support. They are regular $4.00 values. This week as an extra special you get them for $2.48. Men's summer pants, washable, worth $1.75 to $2.25. Your choice any pair this week at 85c. A clean-up of ladies' fine dress slippers —all colors and nearly all sizes and widths. Your choice any pair $1.49. Children's slippers and oxfords, sizes up to number 2 at 95c. These are good sturdy low shoes that will give wear and satisfaction, and it is the last time you will buy them at this price. Men's fancy sox at 5c a pair. Boys' nite shirts, lOc. Anklets, all sizes, 5c a pair. We have a house full of bargains. Jiiitmie Neville "The Shoe Man" Algona, la. the Fourth >* Algon at the Kossuth County Fair Grounds FIREWORKS Direct from the World's Fair in Chicago. Exhibited by'the Thearle-Duffield Fireworks Co., manufacturers and exhibitors of the fireworks at the Century of Progress. One of the big events of the year— see them at no added cost at the 4th celebration at Algona BASEBALL Three Big Games 10;80—Renwick vs. Burt junior league learns, champions of their respective districts. 1:80—Ledyard vs. Titonka, two top-notchers in Jiossuth and surrounding basebaildom. 8:80-Estherville vs. Bancroft, Be sure to see th s gaine, one of the best this year in this part of the state. DANCING Cool and Comfortable Dance to the music of the Harmony Kings, radio stars and entertainers from the Big Time. The Floral Hall is cool, and the dance floor the larg. est and smoothest. .All afternoon and evening. VAUDEVILLE Uonohue & La Role—Comedy acrobatics—blindfold barrel jumping—fun for all. Mile. Florence—featuring a pretty young ladyoi an 80-ft. steel pole giving breath-taking balancing stunts. Hiulke Sisters—Juvenile gymnastic experts i» . fast tumbling and Balancing. Mann Brothers—Swaying, swinging loose-rope act, featuring somersaults and balancing OB balls rolling on the ropes. Coining here direct from the big hi«podron«;| platforms. HORSE RACES All Afternoon Harness and running races, with some of ti« fastest horses in the north half of Iowa in ***i running. County running races, with people know racing around the best half mile dirt in the state. MIDWAY With New Attractions Midway will be jammed with attractions, in i«g the familiar games and some new OB«S sideshows, and the rifling Attractions that the youngsters, AVorth coining early to around in the Jlidway. for comfort in wa attractions

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