Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 22, 1934 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 22, 1934
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PALO ALTO CO. Harold, produce. Co. The „ „ the etation was es- **1ATi Deneen ten years I ever since ibeen oper- afully by hint and two Democrat went on to [senior member of the firm Ifrife up, for the present, W b£U» interests. Hia or other L son, Leo, has not Jbeen in t of health for a year - ndwill seek some ot activity more .beneficial to toe tas made no definite an- Lent as to his future plans. | Deneens have a long record business dealings with and produce men in this T 0 f the state. J. J Deneen 1 m any years manager of the Iroduce company in this city. rting in for himself toe and have built up one of the of this type in Iowa. Their name and „.. for. square dealing is t is sometimes equalled but surpassed. Emmeteburg jits will miss the Deneen fom their regular circle of i associates, •s. Runchey and Clayton are town young farmers in the J of Algona. Mr. Runchey is |ied man, nephew of (Robert y, oldtime resident of Great iwnflhip, remembered by :al people. Mr. Clayton is ell known here, but all who Ex-AIffonian Buys Lake Shore Tract 61d Algona friends of Hugh R. Smith, first Advance foreman, will toe interested to learn that he has bought a 42-acre tract of land abutting Lone Lake, Aitkin county Minn., 130 miles north of St. Paul, aftd plans to build a summer cottage there in the spring. Ho is still postmaster at WaJbasha, on the Mississippi, southeast of the Twin Cities, and has two years on ore to serve His .daughter Pearl is deputy or clerk; two other daughters are in newspaper work in Minnesota towna The eldest and youngest daughters are married, the elder living afDuluth and the yountrer at Wafoasha. pet him claim be is business man. a fine Messrs. ,.and Clayton will find a [welcome in Emmeteljurg." LOCKE, 92, DIES IE USTTHURSDAY Allen H. Wood. 1 Hope, Feb. 21 — Prudence ke, who was iborn in npton, England, November , died at the (home of her hur, Algona, last Thursday. h'fihe was 92 years and two of age. She had ibeen in I health for several months. (Mra. Locke joined the Bap- rch and throughout her life a devout Christian. At 31 he married Jobe Locke, 111. This was on Octo- 172. ildren were born, two dy- Iinfancy. Living are: «. E. VRemer, Minn.; Mrs. J. E. r, Whittemore; Arthur and lAlgona. Her husband died B. She is survived toy 15 Wdren and 16 great-grand- I services were held at the t funeral home Saturday the "en H. Wood, pastor of the we Methodist church con- 1 FARMERS TOP LIST IN BOWLING TILT Standings in the Algona Bowling league following the round last week left the (Farmers still far in the lead. They have won 25 games, losing only 11, which gives them a percentage of .700. The Phillips team is barely ahead of the Courthouse Rats and Hank's Colts, and the Coryell team and Barry's Bowlers are not far behind The latter team has been winning lately and is slowly catching up with the rest of the league. Should they win this week they will be out of the lower .berth for the first time since the league season opened. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Weaver, Mason City, spent the week with Mr. and Mrs. P . C . Traug Mrs - E - 01 week™, er nn Hancher, Mason City wh i M F son , arle * ^cnt Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Hanchpr Mildred DeCraw, who S' speml the been j- J. DeGraw. _ E>. II. Ooetlers, who had sick two weeks, came up Monday. Me has stomach and is on a strict diet. T. H. Holmes, son T. H. Jr., W Booker, and Helmor Norman spent iSunday at Des Moines, at- *ndmg a cleaners and dyers meet- John Kohlhaas and O. W. Erickson attended a state hardware Standings as of last week low: Team— fol- Won Lost Pet. Farmers ----------- 25 n 'Phillips ----------- 19 17 Courthouse _ ig ig Colts -------- IIIIIl? 19 Coryell ------------ 15 21 Bowlers ___________ 14 2 2 .700 .533 .500 .467 .410 .390 * , — "• HUM.VU utuuware dealers convention at Des Moines jaat week Wednesday and Thurs- Mrs.jSadie Cavanaugh, daughter Catherine, and Raymond Cook spent Sunday at Buffalo Center with the Cavanaugh daughter, Mrs. B. w Benson. vv> Mr. and Mrs. Henry M. Thilges, daughter Sylvia, and son Herman attended the wedding of Greta Tay- Bancroft lor and Tuesday. Ada iFieno, iLotts Creek, who lives at IHie Rev. P. J. Braner's and attends high school here, spent the John Schulz's, near of town, and the Jom Lamuths. Ir ™ /"I? ne ? re daughters nf M Mn3< Lani uth and sis- of Mrs. Bode. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil d, became parelnts of principal of the L . ' there, is a daughter of the bivermore Raneys. r ' ««d Mra. otter, Schal- Idren spent " , p , . ler, and their four ch hnnU , ' ' J e O «8Uth hospital Saturday. ]y r . Barrett is Double Wedding Takes Place at Nashua— A double wedding took dyard higli the D °4 or ' s moth r M« f Mrs. L. E. potter. Mrs. R. K. Miner, Worthington, Mini, and her r! d » r v n Came las ^ Th urs<Jay to till this week-endl Mrs. Miner is Mrs. Potter's daugmer. Mrs. James Biggins.l (Fort .Dodge, and her granddaughter, Mary Cath- erme_ Cain went home Monday mo , rnin e. after a visit with the at 4 o'clock at wi, „ T ----•••- church, Nashua when L. F. Rice, of tihe Algona and (Elsie Banker, Litch- Neb., were married, and Rob- f. Gill, (Litchfield, and Erma Danker, sister of the new Mrs. Rice, were also married. The ceremonies were performed .^^ £"?»*»«*/ . A 'g°™. two v V 1 ,' teilor ' aml Casey Loss also accompanied the ,, atter's father, M. B. with the Cain, since week-end at Irvington. the ends The Courthouse Rats won two'of three games Monday evening from " ank . s IP 0 ":?,, 1 . 63111 ' which put them ahead of Phillips. Tuesday evening the -Bowlers won two of tfliree games against Coryell, which tied the two teams. Last night Farmers were to roll Phillips. The farmers have so strong a lead that it will foe difficult for tihe other five teams to catch up with them <before the tournament six weeks from now. Whittmore Women Bereft of Mother Wblttemore Feb. 20 — The Herman and Albert Vaudts received a telegram last Thursday ithalt Mrs. J. H. Wolfe, Waterloo, 111., was low from a stroke. The Mesdames Vaudt daughters of Mrs. Wolfe, and their husbands left Immediately for Wolt- erloo, stopping .for ,tho night with Cedar Rapids relatives. 1 An other children arrived. Mr. and airs. Wolfe, who formerly lived here, moved Ito Waterloo last October to live with their son Otto. They lived at Waterloo before coming to Whittemore In 1917. Two or ithree years ago Miey celebrated their 60th. wedding anniversary. Later—Mrs. Wolfe died Monday, MUSIC FEST AT WNEXTSUNDAY [fourth annual Algona Metlh- music festival will be nday evening at 7:30 school auditorium. As years there will be a irs and orch- with the ad- Roads Mayor and Mrs. C F. Specht and A. W. Belhrenda went to Mountain Lake, Minn., Saturday to see Mrs. Specht's and Mr. Behrend's mother who is sick. They returned Monday. Mrs. Edythe Dailey left last week Monday for a few weeks at Chicago and New York City. -During her absence her assistant, Beulah Hartshorn, is in charge of the Dailey beauty ghop. Shirley Price, Lake Mills, spent the week-end with his sister Kathryn, who teaches the No. 4 school m Union township. Miss Price gave a valentine party for her school last week Wednesday. The Mesdames A. L. Long T. p. Harrington, and W. A. Foster spent the week-end with their daughters, AUba Dee Long and Bernice Harrington, Grinnell, and Mary Elizabeth Foster, Cornell college. Beulah Hartshorn called on the Jos. Maynes, Ledyard, Sunday afternoon to offer congratulations on their silver wedding anniversary. She is a niece of Mr. Mayne, and is employed at the Marigold beauty shop. Ted Chrischilles has been sick (Continued from page 1.) side Sec. 8, half mile north side southeast quarter Sec. 36, half mile west side southeast quarter Sec. 36. (Ramsey—Grading mile north side Sec. 4, two miles east sides Sees. 58, mile south side Sec. 15, mile south Sec. 31, half mile south side southwest quarter Sec. 32. German—<}ravel mile east Sec, 19, mile east side Sec. side 20; with the flu, and missed school Friday and Monday. Ted is the oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Chris- chilles, and his father was laid up with the same thing most of last week. Mrs. ^ S Auner, Des Moines, went since local friends. She was the guest at the Chrischilles home, and the Chris- chilleses took her as far as Fort Dodge Sunday on the way home. home Sunday, after a visit last week Wednesday with Robert J. Harrington and Ham Ma,nn returned Tuesday Iowa City, where they had .choirs. «»B Maocollin and Kucin- C °" s , ervator y of Music, will in »ve a special num- lt « to compete with win Jftj^tSSoftS grading two miles east sides Sees' 30-31. 'Fenton—Gravel mile west side Sec. 30, mile south side Sec. 27; grading mile south side Sec. 9. Burt Township plans Grading. Burt-^Qrading two miles south Sides Sees. 2-3, mile south side Sec. 19, two miles south sides Sees, 3334, half mile south side southwest quarter Sec. 35 to connect with No. 169 paving. Portland—Gravel mile north and south m east half Sec. 10; grading mile east side Sec. 14, mile and fraction northeast diagonally in Sec. 21 and north of Sec. 21 to east section line, mile south side Sec. <io, naif mile south side of southeast quarter Sec, 27. _ Buffalo-Cravel mile south aide see. 6, mile east and west through center sec. 10, mile south side Sec. 10. .Ivotts Oreek-<Jravel mile south Sec. 7, two miles east sides .. 2»-32; grading mile south «derflec. 29. 7 two miles • Menzel, fs. M. f, full.<ti m( teaching ment. Mr. Menzel part time .. fees. 22-23; grading mile eas side Bee, 6. Gravel and Grading in F. C. Plum Creek—Gravel mile through center north ana south Sec. 10, half mile south side southwest quarter S«°. 10;,grading two miles south •sides 8ecs. '29-28, half mile south side southeast quarter Sec. 30. Wil- from been since Saturday. They attended an Iowa-Purdue 'basketball game Saturday, and an Indiana game Monday. John Goeders has been sick with influenza since last week Monday, and has been confined to his (bed. Mrs. Goeders came down with the same thing early in the week, and Mrs. Henry Aman is caring for them. .Holland White, Iowa 'Falls, spent tihe week-end here. He plans to enter the state university for the second semester, after having been __ , . , r -••• *-" v^ciiu. BUIUC Friday night. Mr. Cain is a Milwaukee railway clerk. Mary Catherine is attending primary school -his year. Phylida Sonnerholm. of Crystal -.ake, spent last week Willh (her sis- :er, Mrs. iHolmon AiMerson. She) OTIS employed at the Morrison eauty shop till a few (months ago, vhen she had to rest, due to heart rouble. Mrs. Anderson and her ister-m-law, Mrs. Loren Simmons, ook iher Ihome Saturday. E. J. Van Ness has I received a ard from his son John) saying that he latter and Henry Thompson, for whom John drove a car, reached California last wet^k Monday, and at the time of writing were located at indio, near Los Angeles. John will stay there fir a time in the hope that the climate will benefit sinus trouble. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McGinnis are parents of a son, Donald Eugene, 'born at the Kossuth hospital February 8. Mrs. McGinns and the baby left the hospital Sunday, and are spending a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. DeGraw. Mrs. McGinnis is the firmer Mabel DeGraw, and for many years before her marriage was employed at the Elite hat shop. I 'Mesdames V. V. Naudain, T. I/. Larson, A. H. Stock, and R. W.' Party to serve aa witnesses, and en- dgf Following the ceremonies the entire party returned to Algona, and employes of Mr. Rice served a wedding supper at the bakery, 20 persons attending. After dinner toe Mr Mr now living ments, and Gill win H V€ ^ Rock . . . well City, where Mr. Rice is open"^ bakery in whic h Mr. Gill employed under Milton ™,,,,i ' mana ser. Both newywed couples were there yesterday, preparing for the opening today. Surprise for Bridei-to-Be— Friends surprised Marjorie Gretr- erson, who fe to be married soon to Howard iStrayer, with a miscellaneous shower at the home of Mrs Joseph King, Burt, Sunday. A mock wedding; was followed toy games and music. The bride received m . any _i?fts ; A covered-dish lunch Guests included the girls, Marie, Martha, Sophie Schipull, and Capitola twice a month. A record is 'being place kept - and at the end of the series players having highest scores will he entertained by tihe lows. Watanyans Stage a Debate— The Watanyans met at Mrs. Anna March's Monday night for dinner, and the program consisted of a debate, Who did more for his country, Washington or Lincoln? Lillian Granzow and Dora Carson upheld Washington's cause; Mrs. Lura Sanders and Mary Mitchell, Lincoln's. Dinner Honors D. 31. Visitor- Mr, and Mrs. T. H. Chrischilles entertained at dinner last Thursday night in honor of their guest, Mrs. J. S. Auner, JDes Moines. The after- dinner hours were spent at bridge, Mrs. Auner and G. w. Stillman winning the high scores. ?ast Matrons to Entertain— The rp as t Matrons club of the O. B. S. will give a public party at the •Masonic Temple tomorrow eveninir There will be cards at 8 and danc- nf 8 ^ ™ A quilt on dis P la y in one of the Christensen windows will be given away. IRVINGTON ELEVATOR IN ANNUAL MEETING The annual meeting of stockholders of the Farmers elevator at Irvington was held in the office at the elevator last week Wednesday, J. C. Mawdsley was re-elected •president; Harry Sabin, vice; Hutfh Raney, secretary-treasurer. Frank Capesius and Simeon Leigh r\l f\n4-f\ ,1 ».,*„_ _1 •. . ° were elected new directors. Other directors are John Erpelding, John Capesius. E. R. Mawdsley, and James Black. bst __ ,„ « u% , M**OV uucmt farmers' cooperatives in Iowa. German Scrapboolc ^ Kept by Mrt. EgeJ Irvington, Feb. 20—Mrs. Qharleij Egxjl has nearly completed &n Inn toreeUng scrap book, filled wttU beautiful pictures which hava beetf taken from a German inagaame, l»hi Housewife, published in Milwaukee. The titles are In German but Mm Bgei has writen the English trans- laitloii under each picture. MM. Egel has been a subscriber to "Th» Housewife" for many years. Tttie entire magazine la printed In German. Mrs. Bgrel was born In Hamburg, Germany and came to America! when 15. CALL THEATRE •Horigan spent Monday at Desi Moines, attending a pfesident-sec- retary meeting of Legi m Auxiliary unite. Mrs. Naudain is president here; Mrs. Larson, sec •etary. They returned Tuesday monling. 'There was also a Legion conference, and Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Merritt and Mrs. G. D. Brundage attended, Mr. Merritt being county commander. Mrs. Henry Jentz, o|f Colorado Springs, Colo., arrived Tuesday for several weeks with relatives and to (help settle estate of her mother, tihe late Mrs. Williim iSchallin. Mr. and Mrs. Jentz 'have a large! rooming house in Colorado Springs and do all of the work! connected with it themselves. Their son Alfred, one-time Algona barfber, is bartering there, and the daughter Arena is employed in a Woolworth store. Under a gift plan inaugurated by Manager Rice, A. A. Sterling, Al- ;ona, would ihave received $25 if he :iad ibeen at the Call Tuesday night. This amount will now |>e added to another $25, making >$50 altogether, which will be given away next Tuesday night, provided the party whose name is called is present. Otherwise another $25 will be added for the followin . . Wesley-HBra.vel mile east side Sec, gi( j e Sec> south fiide Sec. 13. Whjttemore-HGravel mile south side Sec, 21, mile east side Sec. 1; old her wero ——«« and s fwL 8 P° n sors, ^werly Marie tins three miles south sides Sees. 17-J6-16, Cresco—Gravel mile east and west through center of Sec. 6; Sfftding mile east side Sec, 30 and Wile on south *ide Sec, 30, H J r *w«ton-H9ravel mile south lrr. e _ S !?' A 7 » ^9. mi ?es south sides side ru 1J " 18 ' k* 1 * ffl ^ e east nprtheast quarter Sec. 14. Progranj in Prairie, Prairie— JGrnyel mile south 6 ide « n •*"-» i«* **«4Av 0VUW1 01UU gee. ?; graOwg mile south side 5, two mjles south side Sees. out of school one semester. He is a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Ellis McWhorter. William Kenefick, came Saturday and took his brother 'Paul 'back with him, Mrs. Kenefick and Eugene now live at Minneapolis, and Gertrude, who ihad been working in the local C. W. A. offices, Joined them Tuesday. Donald, 7-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Webster, had his tonsils and adenoids removed by Doctor Wallace at the Kossuth lospital Saturday morning. Mr. Webster is a paper hanger in the employ of Bert Deal. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Heidke, Es- ;herville, and their children, Howard and Donna, spent Sunday with Wrs. Heidke'a parents, Mr. -and Mrs. A. L. Webster. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Potter were also dinner guests of the Websters. Mr, and Mrs. M, H. Falkenhainer and Mrs. P. J. Christensen have been at Sioux City since yesterday. Mr. Falkenhainer is attending a state drug convention, and the women are guests of Mrs. D. R. Steele, former Algonian. James Cooney, Algona, was oper- night, and so on till f irther announcement. Algona Eastern Stan who attended a school of instruction conducted by Mrs. Laura Lenz, Mason City, at Emmetsburg F-iday afternoon and evening were Mesdames W. P. French, William Hawcott, F. E. Saunders, W. G. McCullough, Casey Loss, Clifton Benschoter, and R. E. Harvey, also Beulah Smith, Lola Scuffham, Drusilla Caughlin, Laura Mitchell, and Messrs, and Mesdames M. J. McCall, D. D. Monlux, D. C. Mahan, and 0. K. Clark. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Shroyer, of Tuesday r« i' Gould, and the Mesdames Chris Long, Ivan Long, Lee Minis, Jay Sevens Alfred Godferson, Mrs. «uss Shipler, and Albert Gould Mr. and Mrs. Glen Strayer and son' Mrs. E. L. Dickmeyer and daughters and Mrs. J. A. Strayer and daughters. Farewell for Irvington Family Mr. and Mrs. Simeon Leigh and Mr. and Mrs. John Bockes enter tamed at a farewell surprise party Friday night in honor of Mr. and Mrs. George Scuffham at tihe iLeig 'home. (Five hundred was played a nine tables, Mrs. Frank HiKbert and Ralph Kramer winning the high scores, Ralph Lempkee and Evelyn low. Helen Kramer won a trave prize, and Mrs. Scuffham a door prize. Lunoh was served to 58 at midniglht. The Scuffhams are mov- i ng J? a farm near Algona. The Scuffhams and the Bockes family were dinner guests of the Leighs the evening of the party. New Bridge dubMeete— Bernice Storm entertained her bridge club last week Wednesday night. (Bridge was played at tables,^ Genevieve Hartshorn winning the high score. This was the clubs second meeting, it meets every week, and last night met with 'Lillian Kressin. Other members are Irma Hanegan, Mary Harris, Esther Lamuth, Elda Lavrenz, Lucille Peterson, and Gertrude Kuchenreuther. 0. E. S. Officials to Come— The O. E. S. instructor in Dis- Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday Feb. 21-22-23 two win- Hampton, came Sunday for a visit with the N. Victor lowes. Mr. Shroyer went home Sunday night, hut Mrs. 'Shroyer remained for a several days further jrisit. Mrs. Lowe is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Shroyer, and she and Mrk Raymond McCorkle will take Mrs. Shroyer as far as Mason City tomorrow on the . ~ • -"« w* UVrbVJ* 4H J_/1Q~ tnct No. 2, Sister Laura Lenz, Mason City, will ;be here next Wednesday, and a special meeting of the 1 local chapter has been called for instruction at one p. m. There will also he an evening meeting at 7-30 when Worthy Grand Matron Maud Bowers, of Orient, will be here All Stars who wish to attend a luncheon at 11:45 next Wednesday at the Temple are to notify the secretary Mrs. H. H. Hutchins, by Monday. Joint Legion-Aux Meeting— A Joint county meeting of the Legion-Auxiliary will be held at the Legion hall at Swea City next 'Monday. This will be a four-county meeting, posts and units in Palo Alto, Winnefoago, and Emmet counties, besides Kossuth, to ibe represented. State Commander Leo way home. Mrs. Lowe McCorkle will visit brefly with friends at Mason City Before returning. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Hiuberg left yesterday for Chicago inhere Mr. Haufcerg will buy dry goods for the Chrischilles & Herbst stirer, In Chicago they will meet Mr. •brother, L. T. Haufberj, Helena, Mont., who -has been ai ton, D. C., in the interest of tlhe Masons. <L. T., who is vel two miles south U * 12 ' leading «id§ Sec. 31, mile east iffias»»3B. mile side mile south side grading east side southeast quar- § ^4 haM mile ' quaver Sec, 83. three miles arjjle south side feajjt wjlf soijth side sputh- " .' ated on at the Kossuth hospital Monday for hernia. Mrs. iL. W. Heetland underwent an appendectomy Saturday, and Mrs. P. H. Kirby entered the hospital last Thursday for medical treatment. Matt Lamuth, manager of the local Swift plant, was at Fort Dodge Tuesday, attending an NRA meet- ng of Swift managers. (Next Sunday night toe goes to Chicago to at;end the annual meeting of Swift & Co., which will last all week. The Rev. and Mrs. M. A. Sjos- rand and the Rev. Raymond Swanon, Swea City, returned yesterday rom Harcourt, where they bad at- ended a meeting of the northern istrict of the Iowa Conference of iie Lutheran churches since Monay. Helen Ostwinkle, R. N., Roches- rotary for Masonic bodice in Montana, -will accompany the local Hau- ibergs to Moline, 111., to -«isit anoth- library at er brother, ODr. G iD. Haiberg, The* local Hauibergs will then be accom panied by .L. T. as far is Mason City/wlhere he will tak« train for Montana. The local Hailbergs ex pect to return next Wednesday or Thursday. The (Rev. (Raymond Kresensky spoke on poetry before (he Rotarians at their noon lunch ion Monday. He said poets aie looked down upon by many people, being little understood and Being believed to be too idealistic. This gives,many poets an inferiority complex. Nevertheless noets contribute much to the literature and culture of a nation. Mr. SKresensky read a number of his own poems Other Society. The 44th annual W. R. C. bean supper was held at the Legion hall Saturday night, and the women served more than 150 plates. The tables were decorated with red white and blue candles, and the paper napkins were in keeping with Washington's birthday, m former years the supper was usually served on Washington's birthday, and the supper was followed by a patriotic program. The Union Mothers & Daughters club meets next week Thursday with Mrs. Mary Keefe, Mrs. Marie Bode assisting Ihostess. Mrs. Mary Wood will review the Lloyd Douglas book, 'Forgive Us Our Trespasses. Mrs. Wood will also foave music. The study group for parents of pre-adolescent children will meet at the higlh school building next Wednesday at 2:30 p. m. The sulb- ject will ibe school and home relations. A surprise farewell party was given Sunday night for Walter ;+ ^ 6S rv by friends and neighbors at the Dingley farm, where (he has been (farming during the last year. The Legion Auxiliary will hold a radio sewing party at Mrs. William Dau s, 605 S. Dodge, at 2 p. m. tomorrow, Mrs. H. W. Edwards assisting hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Larson and t»w f ^ T - enterta »ied at four tables of bridge /Sunday night. C. N. Aalfs won the high score; G. L. Mrs. Marguerite Kenefick and Mrs. Cidney Laird attended a bridge-luncheon at Mrs. H A French's at Titonka yesterday noon! The Naomi circle meets with Mrs. Antone 'Anderson tomorrow, Mrs. Lorraine Simmons assisting hostess. Mrs. Wm. K. Ferguson entertained her birthday club at one o'clock lunclheon yesterday. ALNTTR BARRYMDHE Saturday, Feb. 24 BIG INDIAN EPIC! BARTHEIMBS Iteacre The story of American Indians. Wolf Dog Serial. Micky Mouse—Scrappy. 2 reel all-star comedy. and SALLY HAND . (Forld'a Fair fan dancer) { in (her own original fan dance. ' —Also— LAUREL & HABDI in . . "Dirty Work" Positively the first showing In this entire northwest. Tuesday, February 27 BANK DEPOSIT iNIGHT The Border Legion rides again, Paramount * Plclur* Sunday and Monday, Feb. 25 and 2« Matinee 1^3, night 5-7-9. DANGEROUS RiHYTHM! (Bolero—The wild, fierce song of love. CfORCE« RAF ' Hear Hill's song "The Last Round Up" Also Yitaphone Musical Settm'on a Back Yard Fenc*. *TOovie Memories" "The 3ffild West" Wednesday, Feb. 88 , FORD DAY T Register for complimentary tickets at Ford garage or Call theater. "These Thirty Tears" and, Hollywood on Parade ,ffi Motor Mania TO "Old Mill Stream" Thursday and Friday, March M WM. POWELL BETTE DAYI§ FEANK McUUOH TEBJREE TEASDALE Second only to Footlight Parade.'* Saturday Special, March S. STAGE SHOW Maxwell House Coffee Colored Quartet. Pie Social Tonight. tonigiht at the No. 7 school in Fenton town- two miles south and a mile west of Lo ne Rock- Women at . tending are to take pies. Adris Peterson is teacher. and Mrs. Hauberg'ai Wastoing- srand sec- ter, Minn., spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and.Mrs. C. H. Ostwinkle. Since graduation last June she has >been on special duty at one of the Mayo hospitals. The L. C. Ostwinkles, Des Moines, were here Sunday. Joan, 4-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hutchison, was critically sick early in tbe week with nephritis. She foad a rejapse last Thursday after having recovered from sickness at Cedar Rapids, •vyaere the Hutchisons lived till a few weeks ago, 3tfr. and Mre. W. H. Ryno, Fort Dodge, their two sons, and Mrs. iByno's sister, Irene Lamw^h, spent punday with the fcQujs ^odes, norfch. from. his published book, Ernmaus, interpreted them, and torn how he happened to write them, irith a description of their background. The Rotariang found his remarks interesting and instructive. Busier, deaar Rapids, is expected There will ibe luncheon and danc following the meeting. Matilda Wagner Is Hostess — Twenty Whittemore and othe friends were entertained at a val entine party last week Wednesday evening at Fred Schallin's, Algona given by Matilda Wagner, sister o Mrs. Schallin. Five hundred wa played at four tables, and the high prizes were won by Dorothy Hei denwith, Wihittemore, and Erwin Koehnecke, and the travel prize 'by Irene Conners. The Woman's club meets at the library at 3 p. m. tomorrow, Mrs H. D. Hutchins and Mrs. C A Momyer hostesses Response -to roll call will be on famous paintings. Margaret Durant will discuss the Stone City art colony, and music will ,be furnisihed by Mrs. A. E. Michel, Mre. (N. C. Rice, and the Rev, A, S. Hueser, Bridge Club in Contest—' Bernice Storm entertained her sridge club last week Wednesday avening. The higib. score was won >y Genevieve Hartshorn; second by jucille (Peterson. The clulb meets ••^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^r 6. & B. Special NOT JUST OCCASIONALLY BUT ALWAYS A GOOD :: SMOKE :> The Cigar that always maintain the highest quality that is possibl< to be rolled in a 6c smoke, fjTHEIt Cigars may ^ come and go but the 6. & B. SPECIAL is the §ame forever. After a fair trial you won't need o be told that it'a a GOOD CIGAR. Once a "Special" Smoker— Always a "Special" Smoker Just ask for a "Special" (with the yellow band) if you want your money's worth in smoke enjoyment Sold by All Algona Dealers. Marriage licenses have one a day so far this monih. Twenty were counted Monday. Saturday four were issued. Last week licenses were issued to Ralph Meisner, Edna Lewis, both of Madelia, Minn.; Carl wiener, Lore Rock, Inez (Lewis, Bancroft; Marvin Ellsworth iHeggerness, (Edith botih of Mankato; Haas •Minda Wilberg, both of Ernil C- Bleckwenn, (Fenton, Alma E. Pederson, QRiRgsted; (Henry Vw. Hoven, Dorothy Jntermilll, ibotto of averaged Polzin, Wilberg, Fenton; Titonka; William Todd Ritourd, Algona, Mary Border, ISoutjh SIQUX City; Lyle M. Dixop, 8aatirof,t, £»• ily M. Mitchell, RUMMAGE SALE Jfanufacturers' and Jobbers' merchandise to be moved T«ry fast. I need the room for paints and tires arriving daily. Bead a few of these prices. Ladies 1 rubbers, pair lOc Boys' pants, pair , 85c Boys' suits ;___lpj[,00 Sizes up to 18, Bpys' wool blazers .. 450 Boys' high out shoes, leath- cx Boles* P^ii* —-. — $1*00 Wen's 16-in. high top shoes, pair —, r.jftjl# Lot of men's suits and overcoats heavy work pair Men's shirts and drawers IQc Mew's work shoes, pair $1.00 Boys' school shoes, pair 75c Tennis shoes, pair — .... -8&B Men's suspenders _______10o Clrildrem's school shoes, pair „„ ________ ,_ 50c Mean's rubber, boots/pair" $1^0 ' caps .--. ----------- 6c * hats -------------- 6c Bo white wllars ----- c swtg gfc ^^ ^P^^PP sPff^jff^IpP i|pr 4P^P Founder's Week Sale Best Flour «IU»[ KONOMY HUUi lb. Bag FLOUR * 9 lb Bag 24« lb. Bag LB. STAB LAUD 8 lb. ctn. Bag SI.OO $1.65 79o 27c ISc Pillsburys Gold Medal Sunny field Idna Brand Butter Armour's Del Monte HEINZ SOUPS. Spaghetti £nk ° re can «ed R^antt Quaker Jftud ^ DCallS Brand O Coca iu'rAn 2 lb. can I9c Apple Butter % Jar f" ^Se Bisquick, 20 oz. pkg. 170 Corn s^o.U'Uf ^ SXILE 2Sc Old Dutch 4 cans Ifc asc COFFEE 10 ilfOM YOUR lYIf -*wl »* 4,.* 4P, Stores, really fresh coffee is ground for your meihod JUgrht O'clock Coffee, lb, .;,„ Bed Circle Coffee, to, ___ „ „ glc Coffee, », ^^,, w .^" Raduhec He»d lettuce w wWwP^I^IPJ •i«e80

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