Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 29, 1933 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 29, 1933
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ire orks Assortment' early while [Is complete. GOOD COLD [ilASSOFOUR eg S. S. AT GOOD HOPE TO HELP WORLD SERVICE Good Hope, June 27— "Late last year the 0ood Hope Sunday school decided that Instead of receiving birthday offerings weekly It would receive offerings only once each sir months and make the Sabbath on which the gifts were 'brought something more than the usual order of worship and Instruction. Next Sunday will be the first of these events, and all the membership is 'asked to bring an amount equal to the number of years they have lived at the rate of a cent for KOS8UTH COUNTY ADVANCE ALGONA, IOWA PAGE FIVB LOCALS each year. Most of the membership of the Junior department has brought Its contribution each Sunday In envelopes provided for that purpose. Others will be given an opportunity, to do 'so. at the special exercises next Sunday folio-wing the regular session of the Sunday school. It Is hoped that all members of the Sunday school and friends of the work will co-operate In this project A birthday offering for a departed loved one would be a fitting memorial of recollection of their former membership. The offering recevled at this time Is for World Service for the benefit of persons selves. less fortunate than our- AM Officers Are Hcelected— The Sorensen drugstore has installed a new Neon gas sign. •Beth Backus, employed at the postofflce, is taking a week's vacation. The E. W. ILusbys are spending this week at their Clear Lake cottage. Mr. and Mrs. Theo Goeders left Monday for visits at downstate points. The Clyde Smiths and Ha Leffert spent Sunday fishing at Rapl- dan, Minn. Beulah Hartshorn, of the Marl- 1 gold Beauty shop, spent Sunday at her home at Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Z. T. Holdren, Spencer, visited the former's sister, Mrs. Mary .Runchey, Friday. Caroline Gisch, St. Joe, had her appendix removed at the Kossuth hospital last week Wednesday. iReutoen Fuerstenau, Lotts Creek, underwent a minor operation at the General hospital last Thursday. Charles Stephenson has been nursing the mumps since Friday. He is the son of Mrs. T. T. Herbst. The Rev. and Mrs. C. V. Hulse attended an Epworth League convention at Emmetsburg Monday. 'Mrs. W. A. Norton, Marshalltown, came Sunday to spend a week at the home of her son, R. P Norton. * Mr. and Mrs. Walter Leonard, Ti- visit at the world's fair. They are staying with a cousin of Brick and were to call a great-uncle of Wll- lard who is a doctor there. Father T. J. -Davern and his YOU MUST ENROLL- •want to attend fair the Beacon the City serve our bot- I'betf good and cold. [letuB deliver you a lie for the Fourth. i ' . .' if'have all the best i beer by the case. Phone 619 ...THE.— IE SHOP ken' Hdqrs. and liSipply 'Stow. (Fifty attended a meeting of the Good Hope L. A. S. at Mrs. Erwin Turner's" last Thursday. Election resulted in the unanimous re-election of Mrs. V. J. Gross for the fourth year; Mrs. Allen Wood, tonka, are parents of a pouni girl, born at the Kossuth hospita! Monday. Mrs. Anna Uhlendorf, Chicago vice; and Mrs. Henry Engstrom, secretary-treasurer. Mrs. W. J. Bourne was assisting hostess. There will be no .business meetings of the organization in July and August. Teachers to World's Fair- Phoebe Morgan, accompanied by one, of her fellow teachers at Sheldon* left that city Saturday evening for Chicago to attend the world's fair. Miss Morgan will come here soon for an extended visit. She had ibeen with/her sister, Mrs. Oscar Bond, Huiitington, Neb., since school closed. Birthdays Are Celebrated— The P. A. MacArthurs, William Brodersons, and (Loyd 1 and V. J. Grosses had dinner together at the V. J. Gross home Sunday in celebration of the birthdays of members of the group. » itRate Irocery OURTH OF JULY SPECIALS — for— LUCIA WALLACE TELLS OF WORLD'S FAIR VISIT (Lucia Wallace spoke before the .Rotarians at their noon luncheon at the Country club clubhous Monday on her winter in Floridi and Georgia. She said the countr; there is wonderful, for flowers am all kinds of plants grow the year around. Gardens are planted twice a year, and plant life is always green and colorful. Homes are arrived Saturday for a few months with her daughter, Mrs. O. H oeders. Evan Finnell and Stanley Greine eft Saturday night for a week a iie Century of Progress exposition t Chicago. Daryl Eugene and Durwood A ons of Mr. and Mrs. Kelsey Burtis were recently baptized by the 'Rev. . J. Braner. Melvin Perkins, Bloomington, ill., who is visiting at Corwith, had his onsils removed at the General lospital Monday. Mr. and Mrs. William Dehnert spent the week-end at Minneapolis nephew, Richard Traverse, returned early In the week from a ten- day vacation. Father Hyland, of Sioux City, conducted services • at St. Cecelia's.church last Sunday. W. G. McCullough drove to Newton Friday, returning Sunday with Mrs. McCullough, who had been there for some time, caring for her mother, who was sick, Mr. McCulough's mother also lives at New- on. Harold' ILampright, of the postof- ice force, and Lloyd Wellendorf' vent to Rapidan, Minn., Monday' or a few days of fishing. During Harold's absence Henry Guderlan "s substituting on Harold's city oute. • ' . The Rev. and Mrs. L. Q. Rich- nann, Burt, a daughter, and the lev. and Mrs. P. J. Braner were af Garner last Thursday. The Rev. and Mrs. Braner visited' the Louis Lenz family at Buffalo Center Saturday. Catherine Cavanaugh accompan* ed the James Aliens to their home! at Fort Dodge Sunday for a week's visit. The Aliens spent the day with the Mrs. Nellie Van Aliens.! Mrs. Alien and Mrs. Van Allen are sisters. June Adel Overmyer is expected tomorrow for a visit over the Fourth with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Overmyer. She is taking summer school work at the state university towards a master's degree in English. Mrs. Jos. W. Wadsworth and her niece, Mrs. Margaret Hofmaster, went to Worthington, Minn., Friday to look after a farm owned by Mrs. Wadsworth. Recently a cyclone destroyed the farm buildings, which are now being rebuilt. Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Norton and their son Richard spent Saturday and Sunday, with the A. F. Eck- burgs, Boone, and the F. F. Bar- with the Clifford Dehnerts, who have a new daughter. Kate Skinner, attending summer school at the state university, is expected .home tomorrow for a stay till after the Fourth. Ivy and Ilda, twin daughters of AY, SATURDAY MONDAY AND Mr. and Mrs. Jewell M. Patterson, jpent part of last Tveefc at Des Moines with relatives. Mrs. B. F. Sorensen left the Kossuth hospital Saturday,; after having been there two weeks, following a major operation. ' lLaughlin Quinn is expected this week-end for several days with local relatives. He is employed in a lumberyard at Woodstotek. The Ernest Smiths, Armstrong, visited Sunday at N. A. Smith's, and Russell Smith remained for a week here with David Smith. (Mrs. David Ward left last Thursday, to Join Mr. Ward, who is at' Red Oak for the summer. Mr. Ward is a high school teacher here. >Dr. and Mrs. John Kenefick are spending today at the Okobojis, at- kept'Vperfect condition the year'tending a medical meeting. The around, for shrubs and other plants meeting is being held at the Inn. «ro nJwavs ereen. ! The F. J. Manns, who came re- Miss Wallace told also of a'visit'cently from California still have a ;o*he world's fair at Chicago. She cottage at the^kobojis.^nd^are ,'ound things at the fair both interesting and educational. She em- kers, Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Barker came Tuesday for a few days with. the Nortons. Evelyn, daughter Of Mr. and Mrs, Henry Eischeid, of Irvington township, returned last week from Carroll, where she visited her uncle the Rev. Bernard Eischeid, and other relatives. The Rev. Father Eischeid brought her home. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Young drove if you world's way. A Minnesota paper sent a train of sight-seers without having enrollment and registration. The group was disappointed for Beacon City is running at Capacity. They blamed the newspaper—the newspaper blamed Beacon City—*ut the newspaper was to blame. That is why we stress enroll-1 meht and registration. YOU CANNOT EHTER BEACON 1 CITY WITHOUT ENROLLMENT! iBeacon City is not public. I You cannot drive up to the gates I and' get;in. •' Your enrollment by,I us is an endorsement. This is for the protection of patrons of Bea- ] con City. You will not have bums, vagrants, adventurers or similar undesirables as your eighbors. ENROLL NOW AND BE SURE OF YOUR RESERVATION Registration is made by order of enrollment. Those who enroll now have preference over ;hose who enroll later. Beacon City is adding wooden cottages every day, but the interest and applications are mounting every day. A six-day visit to'the world's fair, all necessary expenses paid except transportation to Chicago costs you only $34.95. Similar advantages for three days costs you only H9.95. You pay $5 of this upon enrollment, half of the remainder on reservation of your dates, and the balance on registration at Beacon City. ENROLL NOW at the Advance Phone 254 to Storm Lake Monday to take j automobile accident near, that town IABSHM.YLLOWS Pkg. -17e PICKLES . Quart ,15csize 12c i quart , sliced .15e lOc A> T D BEANS size l^size !„. I0size_____ Marian Corey, Helen Sterling, and John Ferguson to a Congregational Sunday school conference. The Youngs 'returned' that afternoon; the young people remaining for a week. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Lyon and their children, Joan and Craig, will leave Saturday for Danville, 111., where Mrs. Lyon and the children. will spend a month with Mrs. Lyon's mother. Mr. Lyon will return to his work in the state highway office here. Mrs. August Huenhold, who bad visited her daughter, Mrs. Ira Iverson, Clinton, returned Friday, accompanied by her son Alvin and his 'bride, who were returning from their honeymoon. Mrs. Huenhold and the newlyweds visited the world's fair at Chicago. Jos. Greenbere, son Harry, and R. O. BJustrom returned Sunday years ago. a couple ot weeks ago. Mrs. Howard Heidke, of Estherville, the daughter, accompanied her parents to Algona and will remain till they have recovered from their injuries. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Bonar and Hheir daughter Bonnie, and Betty, and Jean Murtagh, and Barbara Haggard drove to the Okobo- jis Friday, and Mr. Bonar remained for the lawyers' chautauqua, the rest returning the same day. Mrs. Bonar and Bonnie Joined Mr. Bonar Saturday, and all returned Sunday. Mrs. R. H. Quinby, of Los Angeles, arrived Friday for a week with old friends here, and is a guest at E. J. Murtagh's. She has visited relatives at Granger and Boone, and will return to these points to•morrow. She attended the first reunion of six sisters In a number of years. The Quinbys left nere • 12 again and will come for the children soon, Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Thompson, their daughter, Mrs. Buena Merron, and her daughter Betty, all ot Estherville, Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson and Mr. and Mrs. John Thompson, Cedar Rapids, and Bud Rob'b, Kenneth Hugg, and Faye Albertson, Esthervllle, were 'Sunday guests of the R. H. Millers. Mr, and Mrs. L. G. Thompson are Mrs. Miller's parents, and George and John are her brothers. The iRev. A. S. Hueser and his family returned Saturday from a week's vacation. They went to Oskaloosa last week Monday, and Hueser and the four children^ visited the Rev. Mr. Hueser's mother and sister, while Mr. Hueser went to Iowa City to attend a parent educational and radio conference In connection with the university extension school. They spent Friday at Kellogg with an uncle. Mr. and Mrs. H. ,E.' Gust, Mobile, Ala., and their niece, Jean Simmons, left for home last Thursday, 1 after a week visit with Mrs. Gust's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Anton Anderson, and Jean's mother, Mrs Lorena Simmons. The Gusts were traveling in a Ford coupe and expected to get home in two and half days. It is 1400 miles to Mobile from Aigona. Mr.'Gust is shipping clerk for the Continent*. Roofing company. , George Coffin, Ardmore, S. D. stocksbuyer, and his son Derwood came a few days ago to visit the former's mother, Mrs. Aurilla Cof fin, and brother Clark, both o Burt, and sisters, Mrs. W. E. McDonald and Mrs. H. E. MoMurray, Algona. It is now more than 30 years since Mr. Coffin left Burt. There are two other members of the family, Dr. Artie Graham, who practices chiropractic in California, and Dr. Zell Coffin, chiropractor at Casper, Wyo. • Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Wengert, Las Vegas, N. Mex., and their three children are here for two weeks with Mrs. Wengert's father, C. D. Ward. Mrs. Wengert was Lottie Ward before her marriage, and Mr. Wengert is a banker. That immediate section of the country is thriving, as the result of the construction of Boulder • Dam. Mr. Wengert says the payroll is a half million. He made up .Rotary attendance here Monday noon at the lountry club clubhouse.' . Jane Vincent, Cedar Rapids, and her nephew, Donald Clapsaddle, who had visited 'his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Vincent, a month, were met Saturday at Mason City by Mrs. H. D. Clapsaddle and brought to Algona. Jane will visit her aunt, Mrs. Leila Donnell, till Saturday, when she will go ^Thursday, June 29 Last day of "iPiek-TJp" jiffosttilowin* Romance of the Year!... Friday, June M Rogers In "Too Busy to Wort" The one you've been waiting for. One day only. • ,. Also first episode of the new set*' ial "Three Musketeers" — snappy story complete in each episode—aV star .cast. Be sure to see this ial. Different from any other. , Saturday, July 1 r' Double Feature Program ' ? The Girl In iir JAMES DUNN GLOBIA STEAM! DAVID MANNERS The tougher they are the harder, they, fall! She might be a saint .... Bhe night foe something else! I dont enow who she is, or what she ls! ; tut one thing I do know. . . . ITe alien for her like a ton of bricks, 'm tough all right! ANITA PAGE REGIS TOOMET In "Soldiers of The Storm" Also first episode of Three Musketeers. ' WfTM SYLVM Qtoitot SIDNEY. RAIT home with her sister, Mrs. O. W, Lawrence, and the/tatter's husband who will be at Mason. City this week-eld. Jane has taught four spending part of the summer there, from a few days of fishing at ljaT«$ Mr. and Mrs. Q. C. Drummond. bpBiiuni6.il.. . ,._ aridiTOnnebigoshish, Minnesota. They Morgan Park, 111., and their two years at Franklin Park, suburb of Chicago. .Glenn Crose and his band, tea kuring Christie Hanson, saxophon 1st, formerly ot the Ziegfeld Fol lies, the Music Box Revue, and Rio Rita, will play for a dance given b P. C. Kuhn at the Misbach hal Saturday night. Mr. Crose writes that he is a former Algonian, born and reared here. >It is 26 year since left Algona. There are pieces in the band—piano, saxophone, trombone, violin, traps, and banjo. John Scott, another Algon- ian, plays the violin, and the drummer is a trick artist. Mrs. Mabel Gilmore-iBradley, Los Angeles, arrived Monday for a few weeks .with her brothers, E. J. and Frank Gilmore. She is en route to •IMCTIftIV MARION CIRINC 'B.P.SCHULBERO f » O 0 U.CTI.ON ' Q tfluamount Cficturt Matinee 2:30 p. m. Tuesday, July 4 Celebrate in Algona! JEAN HARLOW ^CLARK GABLED "HOLD YOU* MAM/? Continuous show all day. !? Sunday and Monday, July S and 3 Wednesday, Thursday, Friday. July 5,6 and 7. ian little daughter Of Mr. ana I winiieoigusiiisii, unuuiesutti. mtv muigaii jra.'n., in., »..« "•".« """IphiVatrn to attend thp wnrM'q fair Ix ?;i sussfiss! srxfsz rws isstrsasssiss -rSssFs"Sri ; 5TJ5S«5- *&- * *« a- ^ffj^/ggf. *-jw*,^ •&S^-%3S$SS&&--l!i£^F'*£ • _ . "L f _„. «' . ._« ., ._ . •. - IH . .. *^. _'-._•_ ' _;_'J CTFHflH ••111 T-I1H -Old \ A phasized the beauty of the lighting Mrs. »-—--- ---.- ., m + s after ™ - ^ -.-i-i —j ^v,« nome'Sunday by her parents, alter and all lighting is done artificially. This makes possible a wonderful interior lighting system. She was cottage also pleased with the modern architecture, which was strongly in contrast with that of the world's fair of 1893. bojis. Algerians Will Be School Caretakers s Falltenhameriurday for several days -with Mrs. schools. Mrs. Drummond was Isai Bay the Oko- Bailey's mother, Mrs. Ida Minkler, toel Hutchison. and sister, Mrs. H. D. Hutchins. Mrs. Andrew Knudsen, Racine, and Madonna ' Qulnn Mr. Bailey is loan agent for the Wis., and her children, Betty, Wil----- • -- ••-- - --"•- Ham, and Clarence, came Tuesday for a few weeks with the C. C. Knudsens. Andrew and C. C. are gion. _5t lOc S9e .with the latter " Good Hope, June 27—A number . Coo!j of Good Hope people participated ' Mr. and Mrs. D! A. Willard, Fort Benton, Mont., left Monday to at- I tend the world's fair, after a week with the latter's sister, Mrs. J. F. and Eleanor and Beth Backus left |Northwestern Mutual Life Insur- yesterday to spend the week-end in the northern Minnesota lake re- ance company of Milwaukee. D. L. McDonald went to Waverly yesterday to meet Ws sister, Mrs. brothers, and the Andrew Knudsens Ofcto Kraushaar, Boston, and her farmed north of Algona till three daughter Joan, who will spend sev- years ago, when they unwefl to Ra- eral weeks with Mrs. Kraushaar's cine. Mr. Knudsen is .assistant guests of the E. J. Gilmores are James Nicol, Geraldine, Mont., and his granddaughter, Nancy Nicol, who arrived Sunday for a several weeks visit. Mr. Nicol is a brother-in-law of the. Glhnores. •Matinee each day at 2:30 .p. m. ' No Regular Passes will be accepted, by order pf Vitagraph, Inc. \ _ i FRUIT NECTAR 2 for IPEANUT BUTTER ji .___ SPANISH 01IVE8 5c 19c in state park and Mra W. C. r». B v ™v.~ * ---„, »..=. Susie Engler left 'Friday at the Ambrose A. Call j night {or Chicago for a -month with honor of Mr who recently , Nelson, who leave ' had an opera ti6n for appendicitis soon to take up their residence at m<1 tumor. r sizes ,10eto88c HAMS __,__ lOe >._18c [SALAD DBESSlNGi •cooked __„ ' ^Gold MedaTiri™ ; Medal __,_„__ WGS FEET - T __^.__aoc Jos. Bloom and D. Wane Collins spent Sunday at Minneapolis arid St Paul, and Mr. Bloom visited his wife, who is visiting her parents at ,Mr' and'airs. H. W. [Pletch .spent „„«."»—» •»-—-, Sunday at the Okobojis, guests of * ere chosen from a lift of the p. j. Manns, who ^spending than W applicants, a testi- tne summer at their cottage , : on the Grant Consolidated school, five miles east of Swea City. « was also a celebration of Mr Nelsons birthday. Mr. Nelson has been hired as custodian of the schoolhouse and grounds,.and Mrs. Nelson wl 1 to. the teachers. The Nel-were more- than app, [Jar. • jar the A. & P. store. Mr. and Mrs. Anton spent Sunday at Clarion with the " < A. who is There will toe a community picnic at Sexton on the (Fourth, and the ...i i_ ..4-,.io Th« Aid will 'nave j t\ t ^V*****^* fc»w»»»" * , heir son, is employed in a meat market at Belmond. Caroline, daughter of Mr, Ben Gisch, St. Joe, OLIVES *t little store in and candy. Naomi De have pop, (Mason daughter, Constance week with the for- and the Dew ctourch, Mrs ing another aunt. • •Florence Marie Phillips Mrs,Geoi-se Wesley, her in women and iast x women Johnsons, r S o, Sundty dinner guests o Ciy we Mr Jd Mrs. W. C. fora. Arch Berger. Saturday with her raotlier \, Andersons. Good and ;umway left epen G. B, Wise, the OunntagbW elled corn it to t ^ n a broughnoThT'Ko-ssuth hospital art week Wednesday for an operation for appendicitis. Mr. and Mrs. Walter their daughter Virginia spent Sunday at Spirit Lake with the George Goods. George is the son.of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Good. ^Mr and Mrs. R. H. Miller, and their'niece, Donnabelle Merron, the latter of Estherville, spent Friday at Des Moines. Donnabelle spent last week with the V'"™Bu?day U £r"en ?ay»'at the Century of Progress exposition. They left their son David L«e with JMrs. Shumway's mother at Havelooic. SUUn E V Warden, Marsball- „,«,„ and their daughters Jane Barbara Jean, and Beverly Ann spent.last week Wednesday and Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. B ttutl?BoUn. Swea City, spent yesterday at the W. L. Martin's. She U a graduate of the Grant Consolidated! school and the winner of a clatea 5w«i ^ Waldorf college, _ Anderson, of Marion Clara father, O. P. McDonald, Burt. Mr. Kraushaar, who is a Harvard instructor, once taught at Hurt. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Withtoi, their daughter Mrs. Myrtle Viriinrg, the latter's daughter Frances, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Witham, the latter couple of *Valtey City, N. D., spent last Thursday at Roy "Witham's, Fort Dodge, The Charles Withams left Friday for home. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin HnerihoHl got home' Friday from thpir wedding trip, andXBatUTday movjsd into their home on north Chureh street Al- vln's mother, Mrs. August Huen- haJd, who tofl spent ;two wfpk^ with her daughter, Mrs.' I. L. Iverson, Clinton, returned with them, Bupt. and Mrs. Otto B. Laing and their'sons' David and Edwin got home Sunday evening from Cwy- Anderson don, where they had spent several weeks wttb relatives. Corydon is Jheir former home, Mr, Lalng *e- sumes his duties as new superhv tendent of the Algona schools this and .week. was Mrs. Maurice HcMahon, her sister-in-law, Ruth McMahon, and Frances Zender went to Minneapo- lJs T( ruesday for a few days ot visit- Good Hope Frances ing, Mrs. MeMahon and are guests of Mrs. mother, Mrs. J. W. Mangan, and Ruth is visiting a Rosary college friend. A group of . • picnicked sexton of a cemetery. Dr. and Mrs. Clyde Chitty, Correctionville, and their turo daughters came Friday to visit Mrs. Chitty's mother, Mrs. A. D. Bradley, and the doctor took his daughter •Margaret from here to Minneapolis to spend several weeks with the Willis and Raymond Bradleys. He returned Saturday and took the rest of the family home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs, Newton .Daughman, Lafayette, Ind., arrived Sunday to visit over the Fourth with Mrs. Daughman'a sister, Mrs. P. D. Mathes. Mrs. Daughman, formerly ,Ardith'Hyan, attended "the': local high school some years ago. Another sister, Mrs.. Edith Herard, of Port Byron, III., and her daughter Dorothy have been here since a week ago Sunday. Lucille Malueg has been at Chicago since last week Sunday and •will spend another week there, visiting friends, and relatives' and studying music at Northwestern university. She will teach music at Nemaha, near Storm (Lake, next year, after two or three years at Ayrshire. She will attend the Century of Progress exposition . while she is at Chicago. Marriage licenses were issued test week to: Rasmus J. pederson, 34, Forest City, Marie Knudsen, 23, Algona; James «. Pooey, 22, Swea SPECIAL THIS WEEK Lola Moser was at home from Mankato over Sunday. Her father, John Moser, was well enough to go for a short auto rid.» and a call on neighbors. The J. M. Moores, Algona, are spending a week with their son Harold at Ortcinvllle, Minn. The Mark Moores' took them up. ' Mrs. Pearl Bennett, formerly of Oakland, Calif., now of Bpworth, her son Calvin, and Mildred Maxwell, Epworth. were guests at Tom Reid's last week. Mr. and Mrs. David Willard, Fort Benton, Mont., were Friday guests. , ., gextpa elevator. Davidson, and Lena ^visited SWflay at Frwi and motored to West, at Eagle Lake, near (Britt, Sunday, and t'ben spent the afternoon at Clear I/ake. Attending were the F. L. Thorpes, the Albert Grosen- bache, the George Johnsons, Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Leffert, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Button, v and Helaine Ostrum. . ' Among Algonians who 1 attendea the annual lawyer's chautauo.ua at the Okobojis Saturday and Sunday were Messrs, and Mesdames S. E., M. C., and B. C. McJjahon, G. D. Shumway, P. A. Danson, and Judge Quarton, L. A. Winkel, iL. E. Linnan, R. J. Harrington, H. W. Miller. Carol Wander. Word from Estherville says that A. L. Webster left the hospital Monday for his daughter Mrs. Howard Heidke's home there, and Mrs. Webster was to be taken to the Heidke home .Tuesday. The Websters' recovery from injuries fered J» « recent aut dent now seems to be City, Harriet J. Jensen, i?, Forest City; Raflph R- Albright, $6, Burt, Marie Louise Pahn, 25, Whltte- more; Walter H. Murphy, 24, Mankato, Ethel V. 'Carlson,. 27, Ke4 Wing Minn,; Ernest Rosseisen, 55, Fenton, Berth* Haack', 50, Emmetsburg. Mr, and Mrs, Le Roy Kn,app, Nevada, are parents of a boy, Lester LeRoy, born June 3 at an Ames, hospital. Mr. Knapp is superintendent of the national research bureau on feeds and feeding poultry and stock at Nevada, made his home with the W. Freeinans during his school days here, (being a nephew of Mrs. Freeman. Mrs. Knapp is a former Ames girl. (Richard, Robert, and Tom Bleakley, of Galva, are spending .its week with their grandparents, Dr and Mrs. F. L. Tribpo. The J "*" Long's Fire Works HAVE A REAL KICK You will find no jokers. And our prices cheaper than last year. COMB EARLY FOR HOT WEATHER Order a case of our Ginger Ale. or any flavor pop, Coca Cola, the old standby. Also Fruit Nectar, all size bottles. Kpol Ade,. now &e package. Chocolate Malt, 4 brands. " And don't forget those big juicy Sun Kist lemons, and WEST CREAMERY Butter PilUbury'. B..t Flour SmHwIWW Flour. • lona Hour Gold Medal Sofusilfc Cake flour Gold Medal Wheaties . . . . of our many kinds of tea for ice He H. Grandmother's 910 Kmft Kraft Cheese MIEOICAN. BRICK. Oh, Say- How about COLJD MEATS? We carry a full line of the yery b,est. We use nothing hpt 1 an.4 - Tribon drove to to to see. the grotty ^ Hires Root Beer Extract Heinz Fresh Cucumber Pickles CUcouot Club Ginger Ale. . , Hydrox Beverages ...... | •** 3 *™ Hockless Picnics Cut-Rite Wax Paper . Prince Albert Tobacco Lux Toilet Soup CUmalene ^^wHtllS &MlC-^i?8f*i-i<? *lfi^

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