Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 20, 1933 · Page 12
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 20, 1933
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R, J, HUTCHISON DIES THURSDAY AFTERJTROKE CameHere Direct From Ireland In 1887. Robert J. Hutchison, of the First ward, died last Thursday at 6 p.m., | after having lingered all day, fol-' lowing a stroke of apoplexy at 7 o'clock in the morning. Mr. Hutchison had got up alone, started breakfast, and gone to the Tourists' park to turn off the city lights. He was stricken there, but managed to get back to the house, where he called his wife, telling her to hurry if she was to see him alive. Archie Hutchison, brother, was summoned, and against Robert's protest — he said he was beyond help—a doctor was called. Robert was right; the end was at hand. He soon lapsed into unconsciousness and so remained till death. Funeral Services Sunday. For two months 'Mr. Hutchison had felt that something was wrong with him, and he told relatives that he expected to go soon. He was in bis 79th year. The Rev. A. English conducted funeral services at the home Sunday afternoon, and burial was made in the Evergreen cemetery this side of Wesley beside the grave of a daughter who died at two years of 9-ft. Stalk of Corn on Display Here A nine foot stalk of corn was brought to town Saturday by Ira Ashing, tenant of the W. A. White farm a few hundred yards west of the Wallburg oil station, just north of Algona. The stalk almost reached the celling at the Hub recreation parlors. Many farmers and ex-farmers, noting the exhibit, have remarked that the corn Is the tallest ever known at this time of year. The saying Is that it will be safe from frosts If knee high by the Fourth,. but this year it was waist - high even before the Fourth. An enr on Mr. Ashlng's stalk was four inches long. The White farm was formerly owned by J. W. Neville, who named It Yankee Jlldge farm. ftattttft to age. Pall bearers were F. A. Corey, Milton Fox, C. C. Wright, Ben Winkie, Ernest Jones, and E. J. Gilmore. Came Here From Ireland. This long and useful life began in the parish o£ Cappagh, County of Tyrone, Ireland, where Robert was born December 9, 1854, to Christopher and Eizabeth Hutchison, farmers. He grew up in Ireland, and it was not till he was 33 tbat he came to this country in 1887. His younger brother, Archie, was already here, and Robert came direct to Algona. The year 'before, on February 10, 1886, he had married Isabella Mc- iElrea in the old country, and shortly before they emigrated their first child, the son John, was born. Robert brought wife and baby with him. Farmed Near Wesley. For two years the family lived In Algona and Robert worked at various occupations, mostly for J. E. Stacy, who then had a nursery here. In 1889 he bought a 120-acre farm near Wesley and occupied it. In 1908 he sold it and bought the quarter-section in Cresco township which he still owned at death. Jos. Weydert is now tenant. In 1915, eighteen years ago, when Robert was 61, he and his wife retired and came to town. Mrs. Hutchison survives. A'ine Children Reared. Mr. and Mrs. Hutchison reared a family of nine children, four sons and nine daughters. John, already mentioned, has for many years been assistant cashier of the Exchange State bank, Wesley. The others are: iRea, Waterloo; Mrs. Bessie B. Lawson, Corwith; Mrs. Rachel Brown, 'Denver; Mrs. Maud Dorweiler, wife of Dr. P. O. Dorweiler, West Bend; Hamilton, Madison, Wis.; Mrs. Laurel 'Dean, Kansas City; Earl, Kansas City; and Ruth, at home. "The children were all here for the funeral. Besides the brother Archie, there is . Charles, who lives .with Archie, and there is a sister, Mrs. Rachel Parsons, at Denver. High Tj-pe of Citizen. (Robert was an Episcopalian in the old country, and his wife was a Presbyterian. They never transferred membership to churches here. Mr. Hutchison was industrious, frugal, a man whose word was as good as his bond, ideal in family relations, the best of neighbors, well read, intelligent, in short a high type of citizen whose passing is a genuine loos to the community. Burt Couple Lose GirlJTYear* Old Burt, July 18—Mr. and Mrs. Emil •Bolllnger, three miles south of Burt, lost their 3^-year-old daughter Juanita Sunday. She had been sick 12 weeks witli leukemia. Funeral services were conducted yesterday at the Trinity Lutheran church, Algona, by the Rev. P. J. 'Braner, pastor, and burial was at •Burt. Four little girls in white— Helen Paetz, Doris Will, and Esther and Alice Geilenfeld—served as pall-bearers. The child was born at Burt December 12, 1929. Her parents, brother George, sister Patricia, grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. August Bellinger, Algona, and Mr. H, M, HAUBERG IS INSTALLED AS NEW ROTARY PRESIDENT H. M. Hauberg was inaugurated president of the Rotary club at its noon luncheon at the Country club clubhouse Monday. L, E. Linnan is vice president; Gene Murtagh, secretary; E. J. Gilmore, treasurer; Past President Geo. W. Godfrey, J. W. Kelly, and Ralph H. Miller, other directors. Mr. Hauberg and his wife returned last week-end from a trip to the east, where they attended the annual convention of Rotary International at Boston. Ort behalf of the club W. C. Dewel presented a past president's pin to Mr. Godfrey. Other past presidents have 'been Al Falkenhainer. M. J. Quinn, 'Dr. E. C. Hartman, M. P. Weaver, M. P. Haggard, J. W. Sullivan, A. L. Peterson, W. C. Dewel, and J. F. Overmyer. Mr. Hauberg gave a review of the convention. Fifty-three countries were represented out of 70 which have Rotary clubs. A member from New Zealand traveled farthest, more than 10,000 miles. Mr. Hauberg also described a bus excursion in the countryside and along the cape shoreline. There was a boat ride up and down the coast one evening. After the convention the Haubergs toured parts of the east. The Haubergs left Algona in mid- June, and were gone three and a half weeks. Mr. Hauberg said they must have led a hot wave invasion of the east, for the weather was exceedingly warm there after it cooled off here. •4- Algonians Home After A Week At The World's Fair Mr. and Mrs. William C. Dau got home Saturday morning from Chicago, where they had attended the world's fair since the preceding Saturday night. They traveled by train, put up at the Lexington hotel, three blocks grounds gate, and FORMER BURT FARMER IN POOR HEALTH Burt, July 18 — Mrs. Del Fitch and son Harley got home Friday from two weeks with Mrs. Fitch's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. D. Stone, who have been in very poor health, but are now somewhat better. Fri day evening Mrs. Fitch's two sla- ters and brother arrived for a short visit. They are Mrs. A. A. Graham, Holly Hill, Fla., Mrs. Delbert Ashling, Rock Falls, 111., and Geo. H. Stone, Sterling, 111. They returned to Sterling on Monday. For many years the Stones farmed in Portland township, and they still own land there. W. H. M. S. Conducts Services— The Woman's Home Missionary society had charge of the morning service at the Methodist church Sunday morning. The president, Mrs. F. O. Stow, had charge of the devotions, and Mrs. L. E. Roetman, Mrs. George Carroll, Mrs. C. B. Chipman, and Mrs. A. G. Vol- entlne made talks. Alaska was the topic discussed.-Mrs. C. E. Hammer sang a solo. A gospel team from Titonka will have charge of next Sunday's service. Outsiders Come for Funeral— .; George Godden, Mrs. William Waller and son Carl, Mrs. Arthur Nichols and son Merwyn, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Fosdlck and Mrs. Harold Gary, all of Madison, Wis., came last week Tuesday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Eva Godden. Mr. Godden and Mrs. Waller and Mrs. Nichols and their sons remained until Saturday, but the others returned to Madison after the funeral. Atens Off for Pennsylvania— The Rev. and Mrs. S. H. Aten and their family left Monday for Amb'ridge, Pa., where they will visit the Rev, Mr. Aten's mother and other relatives. There will be no services at the Presbyterian church the next two Sundays, on account of Rev. Mr. Aten's absence. Mrs. McWhorter at Algona— L. V. McWhorter and Gorda Ogg, Algona, drove to Des Moines Friday to get Mrs. McWhorter, who had been in a Des Moines hospital several weeks following an operation. She is at the home of her brother Gorda at Algona tor a time while she is convalescing. D. F. Slaughter loses Mother- Mr, an-i Mrs. D. F. Slaughter and daughter Wilma went- to Independence Sunday, where they were called by the death of Mr. Slaughter's mother, who died Saturday following a stroke, which she had a few days before. She was 81. Jobless Man Gets Job Back- Albert Schrader went to Milwaukee last week Tuesday, having secured a job with the same company for which he worked before being laid off a year- aigo. Grahams Have' Granddaughter—- Pony Thief Draws 3 Months In Jail William Stanley was given a sentence of a year in the county jail by Judge .F. C. Davidson, Emmetsburg, who held a short session of court here Saturday. Three months will have to be served, and for the remainder of the time he will be paroled to Sheriff Dahlhauser. Stanley was arrested July 1 for stealing the Vincent Isaacson pony and taking it to Fort Dodge, >where he and a companion tried to sell It. His • companion was released following preliminary hearing. Both men are transients. FARMER NEAR TITONKA IS 71JfRS,OLD Titonka, July 18 — A surprise party was given In honor of Edward Bartlett's 71st birthday Sunday. Guests were the Harley : and the Edward Bartletts, Algona; the Raymond Reeds, Hobarton; the Raymond Ladendorfs, Algona; the William Ladendorfs, and Walter Thorstons, Burt; the Charles Reib- samens, the A. M. Peteresons, and the Lewis Bartletts, Titonka. A lunch was served, and the afternoon was spent at visiting. Young People to Okobojis— Harold Krantz, Wilbur Sehram, Edith Reynolds, Russell Thompson, and Vern Bacon drove to the Oko- bojis Sautrday to attend an Epworth 'League institute. The R. L. Krantzes, the Mark Bacons, the Earl B.lakleys, Anna Grace Blakley, the Roy Bud longs, the 'L. B. Larsons, and Loraine Peterson were among Sunday visitors at the Oicobojts. Civil War Veteran Here- William T. Vickerman, Coleman, S. D.,' accompanied' by' his son Floyd and the latter's wife of Rock Falls, came Sunday and the Elder Mr. Vickerman will spend the rest of the summer with his daughter, Mrs. Eric Peterson. He is a Civil war veteran and has been here every summer for many years to visit his daughter. Picnic for Briardale Grocers— A distrust meeting of the Briardale dealers was held at Algona Sunday. Every family took-its own picnic lunch, and 100 persons attended. ISrom Titonka were the Anton Pannkuks, who run a .Briardale store here, and the Ray Hansens. "Frat" Boysi fat Get-Together— Robert GURU, Boone, and Ted Bode, Woden,, called 'on Arthur Jay Budlong Friday, They were all fraternity brothers at t Coe college. Hobert is new employed on the Garner 'Herald. Poison Ivy Tlctlm Improved— •Mrs. iL. B. 'Larson is slowly recovering from* an attack of poison from a fair ate wherever they happened to be at meal time. The whole expense was about $75. The fair does not open till 10 a. m. The Daus usually entered the grounds at that hour and stayed all day and evening, returning to their room at 10 p.m. They took advantage of a few city tours. At the fair grounds they patronized some of the concessions. Mr. and Mrs. Dau are- highly satisfied with the experience and consider that they got many times their money's worth. Nazarenes To Hold Revival Meetings The Revs. A. W. and Hazel Irwin, local 'Nazarene pastors, announce that the Uev. B. Orville Donaldson and his wife Ruth have been engaged for a week of evangelistic meetings in 3 tent west of the church beginning next Sunday. They preach, sing, and play the banjo and guitar, and Mrs. Donaldson illustrates old songs in a chalk talk for children. The' services will begin every evening at 8. A special attraction next "Wednesday night will be President T. W. Willingham, of Olivet college, Olivet, III., one of six schools in the U. S. supported' by the 'Nazarene church, and the college's male quartet. The Donaldson* nail from Cincinnati. received news of tfte Wrth of a granddaughter, born to Mr. and Mrs. Lee Graham, San Mat'eo, Calif, Sunday, July 16. Appendicitis Patient Home Again— Everil Shipler, who- ftad an appendicitis operation- at the Lewis Larsen home a weefc ago Sunday, was able to return 1 ta Ms home on Monday. Leg Amputated Beftw Knee— J. 0. Isenberger had' his leg- amputated below the kmsB< at his frame here last week Tuesday. He i's reported to be getting atone satisfactorily. - ivy which 9 he suffered when she Other Burt News. Mr. and Mrs. R. S 1 . Peters and daughter Jo Ann, OmaR, Wasft., and Mrs. Stella Gilmore) WaftpstBa, S. O.j arrived last weelt Tuesday for a visit at the Dr. W. T. Peters home. R. S. Peters- is Dr. FWtors' son and Mrs, Gllmow is his- si'ster. Mrs. Gilmore will! also visit her Peteusv, Dr. other brother, W." ' spent at week's- vacation at Minnesota lakes. Former Merchant In "Visit— Bert Kleist, R'ochester, was here Monday, visiting his daughter, Mrs. Otto Falk. Some years ago he ran a store; ha-re. Books Given Away to 15 Friday Shelf foom being needed for other books, .Bobby Dewel, 14, selected 20 treasures of his younger ditys and had the Ad* fatice announce last week that they would be given away to boys and girls 12 or younger. By Friday night all the books had been taken. No record was made of the first five, but the other 15 were taken by Ross Coleman, Wesley .Smith, Hobert and lee Turner, Raymond, Charles, and Adeline Bllsborough, Merlon Baker, Dar- Id Smith, Eugene Sweet, Harold Bryan, Gerald Oronwall, and Donald and Jack Fritchltt. The nature of the books Is shown by a few titles: Motorboat Boys; Bomba the Jungle Boy} Four Afoot) By England's Aid; Boy Scouts of the Air; George Washington. The studious boy who selected the Life of Washington was Robert Turner. i C Want Adi ROLL FiLMS DEVELOPED . at LusbV's. FOR SALE— TWO GOOD TRUCK wagons. McEnroe Bros APARTMENT IN MODERN HOUaE for rent.—W. C. DeWel or Mrs. 5. A. Thorpe. *5TFQ WANTED—W. MINORCA, B. I. White, W. Langshan hatching Bg.es.—Hamilton Hatchery. 12u39tf FOR SALE — A FEW STARTED White iLeghprn pullets. Wellert- dor£"sLegliorns,_Algona.__._liu46. FOR RENT: 3 ROOMS, TOI'LET, bath; water and light furnished; heat in winter. Algona's Real Shoe shop. yp 45 ; WANTED—YOU'NG MAN OR RiE- fined lady for local work. Guaranteed $2.50 per day. Give address and telephone. Write, care of Advance. 20p4S Wkittemore Bank Officers Renamed Whittemore, July 18 —Directors of the Farmers State bank met last week Tuesday and redacted Frank Bestenlehner, president. At a stockholders' meeting C. L. Cavanaugh, H. W. Geelen, and Phillip -Cullen, Peters' ' daughter,. Mrs. Gosdon French, her husband' and 1 twoi children, of Wayne, Pa'., are also ftere for a two weeks visit. Esther and Ruth' 'Hodgson- visited at the Dr. Ole Jlrcobsorr honne at Graettinger last week Monday. The Jacobsons are> expected: tere Thursday and Mrs, Jaeobstaj and daughter Madge- will, remain: for a few days visit. Mts.. jafiobeon is a former Burt teacher. Mr. and Mrs. Webster" GTay and son, South Bend 1 , Hidl, spetrt Saturday night at M*B. L. Sheldon's home. Mrs. Etta Cteric left with them Sunday for her' home" at Claypool, Ind., aSter- speiwT&tg: a week here, Mrs. Gray was- form-arty Marie Clark. and Mrs. William' Bussie, Avoca, and Mr. Bestenlehner were re-elect- Wis., and great-grandmother, Mrs. Pauline Staroske, Algona, survive. Lakota Son Jailed On Father's Charge Jos. Walter, son of Carl Walter, who farms near Lakota, Is serving t§n days In the county jail on a charge of assault and battery filed •by his father. The sentence was Imposed Friday by H. W. Roba, mayor of Lakota. The boy, who is 18, is nearly deaf and is blind in one eye. Brooding over this, he considered himself mistreated by his parents and became unmanageable. He was released Sunday in the custody of a friend and was taken to Fort Dodge. ed directors, and Dr. J. W. McCreery was elected to fill a vacancy on the board caused by the recent resignation of John S. Cullen, who is now devoting his full time to his new job as postmaster and conducts an insurance business on the side. Mel Peterson Wins Promotion In Navy Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Peterson have received word that their son, Ensign Mel Peterson, has been commissioned lieutenant. The promotion, which ia based on stiff competitive examinations, not only means increased rank but higher pay. Lieut. Peterson remains tor the present on the battleship New York. Itolfe Choir is Coming. The Rev. C. P. Carlson, Presbyterian pastor at Rolfe, will bring his church orchestra and choir here for evening services at the local church next Sunday evening at 8 o'clock. "Dick" Talks at Fort Dodge. Senator Dickinson, who is an honorary member of the local Rotary club, s,poke. before the Fort Dodge club Monday noon. • • • Bank Attorney Named. 'L. E. Linnan has been appointed attorney for 1 the Kossuth County State bank receivership. Enters Hospital Here, George Mienke, Fenton, entered the General hospital Monday for medical treatment. New Awning Is Hung. F. D. Mathes, of State's Mr. and Mr* Kobert MacFarlane and baby; Sioux- City, and Mrs. Elizabeth KdttlB-,. KtegsHey,. left for their homes Friiday after visiting a few days at the K. J. Smith home. Mrs. Macffarlanej iis Mrs. Smith's sister and Mrs. Little is her mother. Mrs. .Laura Swtek and daughter- Lura and' the J. G. Bewicks left Sunday- for Freeport, ,111., where they vriW visit relatives. Lura and' the J. G. Sewicks also plan on taking in the wwlct'» fair before they returnv Mr. and 1 Mrs. H. S. Young and two cflil'dtresi, Mondamin, spent the week - «nd at the W. A. Peters home. Mrs. Young and children remained for a longer visit, but Mr. Young returned home Monday. The J. G. McDonalds, F. L, Pratts and C. C. Smiths went to Dolliver Park near Fort Dodge on Sunday, where they met the Qulnn Albrights, Des -Moines, and had a picnic dinner together Mr. and Mrs. Leland Leland visited from Friday to Sunday at the S. M. Peterson home. Sunday they went to Sioux City, and Monday were to return to their home at Minneapolis. Art Bettin and daughters Ruth and Marie went to Charles City Sunday to visit relatives and 'bring home Norma Bettin, who had been working there several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hartman, Crete, 111., and two children arrived cafe,- Sunday night tor a week's visit Blister Causes Infection— •Charles Beed" ftas been suffering from a severe infection in one foot. Hi» shoe made- a blister which started it. He fa now improved. Other Titonka News. Harriet Schranr, who had visited her grandparents, the • Rev. and Mrs. C. B. ' Mitchell, Armstrong, since July 4, was 'brought home Sunday evening- by her brother Wilbur, who was on his way back from the OkoBoji's, where he had spent the weekend. Three families—Raymond Krantz, the Harry Seed's- ,and the L. B. Larsons—tooK- a pfcnfc dinner to the Okobojis Sunday and attended the closing sessions: of the Epworth League institute'. They brought home the Tltbnfta group. Mrs. 'Roy Bud'tang and Mrs. Lu- vla Craven attended 3 county P.- T. A. council' meeting at Algona Friday. Th'e> council will have charge of the- annual baby booth at the county f&fr. A group- of' young people—Phy- delis Peterson-, Bradford Buffington, Roland' STrarrot, and Arthur Budlong- — drove to the Okoboji* Saturday-and' .s-pent Sunday at the Lakes. Mrs. J: F.. Ffsher and Stanley returned' l'<tst week from Minneapolis, where they spent a weekend with M"r. Fisher, who now has a position there as salesman. Mrs. VFotet Callahan, Minneap- MRS. P. 6, HAUENSTEIN DIES OF LIVER CANCER Mra P. G. Hauenstein, Algona, died Tuesday of cancer of the ilver, after a sickness of six weeks, and funeral services will be conducted at .the home and at the Presbyterian church this afternoon by the Rev. A. English, with burial in Riverview. Mire. Hauenstein, whose maiden name was Emma Loewenberg, was in her 63rd year, having been born October 24, 1870, at Granville,- 111. In 1893 at Odell, III., she was married, and in 1897 the Hauenstelns settled on a farm .in .Jack Creek township, Emmet county. In 1922 they came to Algona. MTr. Hauenstein and seven children survive: Raymond, Elmer, Clifton, Mra Myrtle Sengbush, and Mrs. Leota Hanselman, all of Algona; Mervin, farming north of Algona; and Mrs! Katie Ellefson, Wesley. A sister, Mrs. Katie Meyer, lives at Ringsted, and two brothers, one at Belmond, the other a Odell, III., also survive; Mrs. Hauenstein was a member of the Presbyterian church' here. SOME POINTERS ON HOW TO SAVE TIRE TROUBLE Tire tests have determined that a car traveling 50 miles an hour wears out tires 50 per cent more than one going 36 miles: Summer also ttard' on tires, for at 90 degrees tires wear out SO per cent faster than at 50 degrees; Five things to do to avoid tire trouble Have Been figuretf out by Goodyear' tire* engineers r Avoid' over or underihfl'atibnr have the", wheels checked' for alignment r avoid sudden stops; don't start too quickly or- race- around" cowrersr and put in* new tubes with each new casing-.. Too mucii- air 1 pressure makes wheels jump and' tires spin, and" underinflatibn makes a\b'ig difference in wear: It wheel's are even slightly out of llhe th> tire- drags* sideways and' wear 1 rapidly. Sud'd'en' stops and starts put a- tremendous' strain on tires. <51d< tubes- are- stretched ' «ut of" shape; and' when- put into new casings- they tend' toi become pftrched' andi tb-> chafe-, re*- s.ulting in (ikngerous bltrwouts 1 . NO BBDL^BOYS TO TIP AT THE Beaufort Hotel, 112 3rd St. So., opposite Federal bldg., Minneapolis; 75c, fl, 11.50 a day. Parking next door. 2*p4 5 FORTRENT — GROUNiD FLOOR apartment Mr*. I. G. Dewel house East Call street. .Upper floor rented and tenants share rent.—See -W. C. (Dewel or Mrs. B. A. Thorpe. 41tfg MAKE TOUR VACATION SAFE. We sell the nationally known "Travelers" full coverage accident tickets. — Algona ins. Agency. Phone 55. 19(2)40tf I SALT SALESMEN WANTBD-^NO LAY- offs, wage cuts or hard times for Heberling Dealers. We offer steady, year-around employment, sell direct to farm trade full line home remedies and household products. Many make $40.00 weekly or more. Write quickly.—G. C. HEBERLING CO., Dept 774, Blooining- ton, 111. 45-46 RELIABLE INSURANCE AT LOW cost — Direct writing on all forms of Surety Bonds, Automobile, dwelling, and household goods insurance. We invite your confidence in matters of insurance protection without'any obligation on your part. Call at our office of phone 55. —THE ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY, C. R. La Barre. 48-35tf For Your Winter Cans— Fruits and Vegetables FEBNDELL means quality and quantity. See LONG'S FOOD SHOP ." The Producers of HALUGANS Pure Coffee are pleased toe anunouitce that Donald Akre of Algona has won- a- trip to the Chi'easo Century o£ Progress* World's Fair. Donald wishes, to thank the many friend's' who helped 1 hinr fty saving coupons. Hallfgun's Pure Quill Coffee- and other good products can be; puschiased in Announcing THE CALL THEATER'S GRAND HOLLYWOOD PREMIERE Friday Night Only July 21at fEVER BEFOBE HAS .• ALGONA Wl AN HONEST-TO-OOOBNESS HOLLYWOOD PREMIERE With All Its Glamor ... Floodlights Public .Address System and Fireworks t Can You Impersonate a Movie Star? Here's your chanoe to become famous! prlz«« be glren to first; second and third winners?* ner's picture will be sent to the Paramount ™ ture Corporation In Hollywood for screen tad Enter Now! Entries Close Friday, STARS! Impersonators of Clark Gable, Greta Garbo M..J cy Carroll, Lupe Velez, Mitzi Green, Janet Oarl nor, Groucho Marx, and many others will arriw at 8:00 p. m. and will greet their fans over a pub. lie address system and will parade on the stage al 8:30 and -10:30, each one doing a specialty numl ber according, to their impersonation. 12- Acts of. Singing, Dancing, Comedy -1! "Buy Your Tickets Early -—Sec It AD Douglas Fairbanks Jr. On the Screen at 7:15 and 9:15— in "THE NARROW CORNER" Thursday, July 80 LAST DAY OF "MELODY CRUISE" with Charlie Ruggles and Phil Harris Forty maddening maidens • and two innocent men! Heaven help the sailors on a night like this. Matinee 2:30 PJK. Saturday, July 88 Double (Feature Program . "NO MORE ORCHIDS* Carole Lombard - Lyle Talbot —and— i "INDIA SPEAKS" 3rd Episode — Three Musketeers Matinee 1:00 P.M. gona regularly at. THEOEPENOONSTOBE Grocery Week End Specials Old Fashioned Coffee Ilb.l8c -. 3ibs.49c Tuesday. July 2&—One Day Only SOME WIRI DAMNIDI SOMI WIRI 1LISSIDI THb Girl, For Instance, Gambled Hmelf Against $10,000 on the Race— Sunday and Monday, i Barbara Stanwyck • i "BabyFa First Showing In | Selected! Charley Chase ( "Fallen Ai Paramount >'e Sport-Swing 1 Wednesday, Thu hung a handsome new atriped awn- with Mrs. Hartman'e parents, Mr. Inn Friday I and Mrs. O. I. Manwnith. oils', spent'Sunday at M. S. Craven's,. and 1 her daughter, Patricia, who* had 1 t>een visiting here, wentt home with her. The Cart Wrights and Mrs. Ke'a- Kle spent Sunday wlith the Lee Wilsons at Terril, Iowa, and Esther Wilson- came here with them for a week's visit. Mrs. Luvia Craven entertained her luncheon bridge club last Thursday. Mrs. Lee O. Wolfe won the hfgh score, Mrs. R. C. Batt, low. The Virgil Pendergasts, Mra. Stephen de Vries, and Mrs. Jay Bud- lonjj drove to Clear iLake last week Wednesday evening, Neil Slack and Woodrow Peterson hitch-hiked to the Okobojis Saturday, arriving early the following morning. Gladys Boggess drove to Esfcher- ville Monday for two weeks of work in the Emmet county engineer's office. The William Boykens and Patty Ball left last week Wednesday for a vacation at .Lake Keronis in Minnesota. Mrs. Hazel Nauman, West Union, formerly Titonka, was a guest of her sister, Mrs. Kenneth Fisher, Sunday. A. B. Cook, Sioux City, spent last week here, redecorating, the Frances Budlong house. He went home Sunday. The Frank Klines, ILake Park, and the Arthur Davis family, Spencer, spent Sunday at John Pink's. The 'Dr. R. C. Balls drave to Clear L.ake Friday eyenlng to attend a veterinary weetlng.*' flow L* me; tffnt* to pat ia a supply »f Cfenaed Goods tofore tbey advance in »rte*. MILK,. tal3l «ftus; ffi f ot- ; CORN; mftdtLta! size 6; ftjr , ,_ __ PEAS', Na. 2' ~~ 6' fiw TOMATOES, medium size fr tor YELLOW CLJNG PEACHES, N£ 8\£ 6 for APRICOTS, No. 21/2 6! for ._ "BUSIEST LITTLE STORE IN TOWN" BUDGET ESTIMATE TOWN ESTIMATE OF FILING ADAH CARLSON, Prop. Balance Estliji. Est, Inc. Amt Ex?* Jg«£ onhandSurp. other Jfeces. for Year Year on hand Tax'n General , 20 .000 M.913 * ^ * 7^0 «!% Grading 2.500 * .'.r" »«3,751 Grading 2,500 Improvement _„_ 10,000 Sewer 4,000 Water 20,000 Light 60,000 Fire Equipment 1,500 Fire Maintenance' 1,500 I/ibrary 3,000 Band Park T __ Road Dragging __ Swimming Pool _ 5,577 2,000 5,029 2,000 300 17,771 10,000 13,000 '63,981 50,000 60,000 4,'539 2,000 1,500* 2,000 800 6,000 1,'907 332 3,481 1.000 2,000 2,600 2,500 3,500 2,000 900 600 3,000 1,400 800 1,259 6,578 8,446 75,117 2,417 3,055 1,295 900 1,213 3,016 4,517 3,500 1.321 LOW 1,53 .«; . Estimated taxes per $1,000.00 of assessed value ' Taxable Valuation (1932) Dirt. Moneys & M JJ. , J«U» ' ullh OROIE LOMBARD • JACKOAKIE • DAVID HAMMERS ADRICNNC AMES Farms Wante We have a large nuniber of cash am buyers for good f amis. If you desire to farm this fall, see us at once. We also have a number of fine ft want to rent for next year. If you want a get in touch with us early. Federal Farm Be sure an<J see us „„„,.* — ,. ..„,. mortgage. If it is a gqo4 term we be"e* e of assistance to you eveji though the loan a large one. Yours for Service r •>•••>

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