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PAGE TEN OPERETTA TO BE GIVEN BY LOWER GRADES Cast Composed of Alii Children in Two Bryant Rooms. I Karl Hesley is Married— MRS, JULIA WIDDEL, ALGONIAN'S SISTER, PASSESAT FENTON Fen ton, May S—Mrs. Christian Widclel died at 2-a. in. Monday, after two years of pernicious anemia. . . . I , , , .-; She had been under a doctor's care at high noon last women at luncheon and .bridge , t „ year Mrs Mary Harsh 113 Whitcomb, of i Monday in honor of the hitter's I' .',„.. :„,. f ,,,. „„,„„ (i '„ i, 0 f n rB THURSDAY, \ Sioux City Woman Honored— Earl C. Hesley, of tha Mid- Con-j MI.-J. 11. L. Gilmore and Mrs. linent oil station here, was mar- i V. B. Sannder> entertained eight liiul at Ofage | ' " p^ h s| 0 uxi caml for hcr for som ° Um ° befOI ' e ed by. ti'ao Rev. S. E. Ellis'at the-j City. The high table prizes werej th ° °"?' , sorvicos worc conducted j P°' nt ma " ,!i,me of the bride's parent, in the j won by Mrs. W I'. French and at ^ M et hodjVtchurch Wednesday the T! uiiday to Ircn3 Whitcomb, of i Monday in honor 0-ape. Tlie ceremony was perfom-J guest, Mrs. R. II. Algona Track Team Takse ' Six Tourney Cup Algona high school trackmen on first in a North Central Six meet at Clarion Saturday. Algona's Cullough fourth In the 220-yd. dash and the 220-yd. low hurdles. Coach Mercer entered six men In an invitation meet at Fonda Frl- lllV^l IH. VJ*""-~ - (111 l»»T»V»--« total points numbered 48%. Clar- |day , <an d Algona won. f ° urt £ P' acc ' fourth with fifth with 11. Charles Cretzmeyer was presence of 50 guests. Roses, car-; Mrs. W. II. Cunnnings. Mrs. L. G. i nations, ami sweet peas furnish- Baker won low, and Mrs. Foutz ,ed house decorations for the event received a guest prize. colors. I — , chorus was |i'iini(irs to Iluiuiui't Seniors— Shapin, of Or- j The annual high school junior- charge, with | chard, cousin of the bride, and the senior banquet will be held at the Children in praties 2 and .'i will give an operetta at 7:30 i'.ii* evening in the hitrh ?r<hool auditorium. Misses Beard. Portman, • p i ayFC j 1)y cieol.i and Arnold are in the assistance of Grace Miller, i brides brother Donald played two : H. S. gymnasium Saturday evening .'''. . , „.-,, ,„ ...in V, „„ trumpet solos, Oh Promise Me and'at 6:30. Following the banquet music, instructor. There will be no ' *> „„„„„„„, ,„, charge for admission. I At Dawning. The bride wore a gown of pink The operetta is hand of Dreams: taffeta and carried a tllvower hou- there will be a toast program, following which there will be a dance for all high school students. Serv- Come True in three acts. In the j <iue t O f roses and baby breath. She ing the banquet this year will be play four children fall asleep, af-^vas attended by Marian Otto, of 0-1 members of the Baptist Aid. ter eating magic berries, and vi- l?age) a cousin, who wore blue taf- _ _ sit the land of Dreams, where feta. Vernon School Banquet Here— they see Mother Goose, Bo Peeiv The bride is a daughter of Mr. | The annual junior-senior ban- and other storybook characters. I and Mrs. W. B. Wlu'tcomb, of In the cast are Miriam Norton, i Qsage. She graduated from tine Bob Neville, Joan Lyons, Richard s t a te university in 1930, and his Palmer, Ruth Ann Sigsbee, Kath-: S j nce been teaching music ut erine Gillespie, Shirley McGinnis, Riceville. She is a member of the Everett Keith, Barre, Jullian Betty Jane La- 1 Sigma Kappa sorority. Chrischilles, Nor- ( Hesley is a .son of fMr. nnj ma Leaverton, Arnold Boettchcr.j ji r? . Henry Hesley, Britt, and he Arlene Bast, Billy Pletch, Do re- 1 a u,o attended the university. He thea Ellsworth, Craip Fredericks,: Walter Peterson, Bobby Williams, and Bobby Laing. Others who appear in the operetta are: Pixies—Eldon Hovey, John Johnson, Junior Carman, Jahue Hard-jj lived here for he past th.-ee years. He was attended by Kenneth Whitcomb, C^age, brother of the bnot. Following the ceremony a wedding tanner was served to ths s by the bride':: parents. Tni: grove, Dick Dale, Dicky Wheelock,' couple will be at home in the Hur- Charles Jones, Tasker Falkenhain- rington nouse ou McGregor street er, Fred Ward, Richard Skilling, after May 15. Walter Peterson, Lyle Stevens,) . . Jimmy Stevenson, Robert Ansel, Legiun.'Aux' District Meet- Malcolm Lund. Sonny Sorenson. j A joint meeting of the Legion and Playmates — Alice Davenport, Auxiliary posts of the eighth dis- Wallace Adams, Robert Willason, i trict was held at Fort Dodge Tues- Mary Gunder, Lucille Blanchard, | day afternoon and evening. Evelyn Crapser, Pauline RutledgeJ Speakers included State Corn- Junior Brayton, Russell McVeigh,mander Leo J. Duster, State Presi- Bobby Laslibrook, Max King, Alma > dent Mrs. Winnjfred Niggemeyer, quet of the Vernon Consolidated school, near Lu Verne, in Humboldt county, was held at the home of 'Mrs. Win. K. Ferguson Ihere Friday evening, where 31 plates were served. Following a program of toasts the group attended a show at the Call theare. Wntnnye Delegates Named— The Watanyans met Monday night for dinner with Mrs. Anna March, and after dinner a business meeting was held at which Laura Mitchell, Stella Mae Breen, and Irene Vaudt were elected delegates to a Watanye associational convention to be held at Osage May 22-23. Other Society. Mesdames Andrew Godfredson, Meta Redfield, Fred Powell, and Walter Dale entertained their bridge club members and husbands Saturday night. Bridge was played at four tables, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Mahoney winning the liiglh. prizes. Mrs. Andrew Godfredson enter- Baldwin. Billy Maharas, Vernice Adjutant R. J. Laird, State Secre- Geilenfeld, Adella Czapp, Gloria Ba- tary Mrs. Myrton Skelley, and State ker, Naomi Brayton, Betty Mesing, Publicity Director Frank Miles. | Barbara Harvey, Mary Carney, Lu-1 Algonians attending included , won the (hieh score- Mrs MP^ cille May. Edythe Cook, Delores 'Messrs, and Mesdames V. V. Nau-1 ^JfieId low' and Mrf Godfr-cl rani,,,- n,,«l, IT" *,„„ rtnir, T M Marvin Tr,l,r, Flutter, I « eulle "'» 'O\V , and MTS. l_rOatl<.U- Idain, L. M. Merritt, John Dutton, Blanchard, ;G. D. Brundage; the Mesdames C. Feme Carney, Barbara Harvey, W. Morck, T. L. Larson, W. P. Mary Jones. Marilyn Keen, Joan'French, Fred and Maurice Bartho- Baker, Ruth Forbes. Roses Chorus—Betty Lowe, Gatha Stevens, Barbara ; lomew, H. L. Gilmore, H. W. Post, Zentner. Daisies — Adeline Bilsborough, Joyce BilsborouRh, Phyllis Craw- A. Merrifield, John Hardgrove, A. J. Schnepf, and Messrs. L. E. Linnan, John Momyer, D. C. ford, Eleanor Jones, Betty Marsh- \ Hutchison, M. J. Streit, J. B. Lowe, all, Joyce Pestotnik, Donna Jeane• Jos. Bloom, Harry Hargreaves, and Phillips, Frances Sorensen. Russell Cook. Blue Bells—Ruth Ann Clement, Opal Cook, Patricia Hull, Jeanne Guderian, Patricia Moore, Meredith Raney, Lavonne Wolcott, Bernice Kohlwes. Soldiers—Wayne Black, Donnie Deal, Raymond Richard, Tommy Holmes, Warren Minard, Eugene Furst, Kenneth Minard, Jimmy Vanderwerf, Dicky Godfredson, Duane Wallukait, Edward Jergenson, Philip Minard, Bobby Laing, Irwin Legion Auxiliary Entertains— The Legion Auxiliary entertained at an open meeting Friday at the Legion hall. The May subject is poppies, and Mrs. Anton Didriksen read a paper on poppy and the reason it was chosen as a memorial for American soldiers who died in the World war. Violet Norman gave a reading, The Least of These, and Mrs. Olive Herbst sang two son, travel. The Baptist Loyal Sunday school class meets tomorrow .afternoon with Mrs. R. H. Guderian; Mrs. Ethel Woolridge 'assisting fjos- tess. 'Roll call will be answered with verses or tributes in honor of mother. The Royal Neighbors meet at tliie Legion hall at 8 tonight, and officers, with members of the drill .team, are expected to attend. A Woman's club meeting scheduled for tomorrow afternoon has been postponed indefinitely. The Methodist W. H. M. S. meets this afternoon with Mrs. M. G. Norton. Forbes, Dwight Burns, Doyle John-i solos. A poppy skit, Lest We Forson, Lehman Way, Bobby Lash-1 eet, was presented by Mr. and Mrs. brook. Billy Maharas, Harvey Gei-|Tony Sorensen, Mrs. Bertha lenfeld. I French, Mrs. M. J. Streit, Mrs. Nell * | Larson, Mrs. Edith Brundage, John I Momyer, and George Dutton. The | program was followed by bridge, 'and Mrs. Ray Stone, Lu Verne, and C. A. Joynt, won the high prizes, Mrs. John Hardgrove the travel prize. Opening C. C. Party Planned- Plans are under way for an opening party at the Country club BUSY NIGHT SEES 1600 MITOS HERE Mayor Specht and Marshal Green made an automobile count Saturday evening. Mr. Green counted - „ . ~- „ cars parked around the blocks in clubhouse a week from Tuesday. the Kossuth County State bank The directors and their wives will building and the Kent garage are be hosts, and though plans have located, while the mayor counted not been announced, and probably will not be before the party, it is known that the event will be the Iowa in the block in which State bank is located. Taking these figures, the mayor and marshal estimated that more than 1,600 automobiles were parked in the business district that evening. At an average of four people to a car this meant some 6,400 people. The number of cars was almost a third of all in the county, and the number of people was almost a fourth of the county's population. Calling the cars worth only an average of $250, the total worth was $400,000. Mr. Green also estimated that more than 100 cars here that evening were out of the county cars, which went to show that Algona is a shopping center for more than the county limits. Many Palo Alto, Emmet, Humboldt, Hancock, and Winnebago cars were seen. « Leon Stock Named for Job as Nasby Algonian Serves Beer to Dawes Laurence Misbach got home Monday from Tusym, Ariz., where he lhad spent the winter employed at the Arizona Inn, a "dude ranch." Among patrons of tilie Hotel were Gen Chas. G. Dawes, former vice-presidunt, and Genera. Pershing. Laurence served in various capai:it'n.-, including bus boy, porter, room service, and liquor waiter. He served a bott.'.e (yesterday) afternoon, the Rev. J. T. Snyder officiating, and interment was made in the cemetery south of town. Mrs. Wlddel's maiden name was Julia Faust, and she was born January 17, 1854, at Gross Haiu, Saxony, Germany. At death she was past 80. When she was two years old her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Faust, brought her to this country, and the fa.mily settled near Freeport, 111. Some years later the Fausts moved to Black Hawk county, settling near Waterloo. In Black Hawk county Mrs. Widdel's marriage took place November 11, 1878. Three sons, Edward, Madelia, Minn., and Walter and Harry, Fenton, and five daughters, Mary Fink, Waterloo, Annie Boevers, El Reno, Okla., Carrie, Fairmont, and Minnie and Bertha Weisbrod, Fenton, werq born. In 1894, when the youngest child was 2, the Widdels moved to the farm southwest of Fenton, where the Henry Ulthofs now reside. In 1916 Mr. and Mrs. Widdel and the unmarried son Harry retired and came to Fenton. Besides the husband and eight children, there are 23 grandchildren and 21 great-grandchildren. Four sisters, Mrs. Lewis Wegener and Lizzie Funk, Algona, Kate Repp, Waterloo, and Louisa Eckerman, Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. Widdel joined the church here June 30, 1912, when the Rev. F. H. Schmidt was pastor. l "° 13%; and Humboldt; Pocahontas, third. Taking ™' i from here were Cretzmeyer, Sar- highjchet, Guderian, McCullough, Bruns, first in the 100- dashcs at Fonda Union P.-T. A, Elects. The P.-T. A. in school district No. 4, Union township, met at the schoolhouse Friday evening, 30 persons present. Officers were elected: Mrs. Chris Alt, re-elected president; Kathlyn Price, re-elected secretary. A program was given In which the school sang and Dorothy, Evelyn, and Iluby AH sang The Old Spinning Wheel. Don Ward pl !lyo ,i violin present painted '-Thel year tJ lho on] ; RS nlvcl e be comiilotp,) | )y j June The U)e the 10 0-yd. y( , and iin'd tied the track record there. the conference record. Shackelford won half mile runs. Altogether Algona | in won six firsts. tlie mile and j half mile run. Sarchett was second in the quarter mile run, and tue local half mile relay team won Sarchet won second in the 440-yd. run; Guderian second in the half third place. Coach Mercer said Tuesday that lan secouu m tm: nu.»t ^««.~.. — i«,i mile run. The local half mile re- if the, entire local rack team had lay team won second, and Sigsbee tied for second in the pole vault. These events gave Algona four seconds. On the relay team were McCullough, Guderian, Sigsbee, and Cretzmeyer. Bruns won fourth place in the broad jump, and Mc- been there Algona would probably have won the meet. The Algonians will take part in a meet at Mason City this weekend. This will be a district meet, to be followed next week by the state meet at Grinnell, in which Algona hopes to take part. BOXING, WRESTLING MEET HERE TONIGHT There will be 24 rounds of box- Democrats (Continued from page 1.) round boxing bout between controlled the South. The balance S i X I of power has heretofore been the Lewis monied east. Roosevelt is break- Last Thursday's Maryville, Wash., Globe announced that its editor, Leon Stock, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Stock, Algona, had been luncheon, recommended for postmaster at Marysville by the congressman from that district. Stock has been "strictly informal" and in the nature of a "mixer" rather than a card party. The directors are H. M. Hauberg, president, T. L. Larson, secretary, G. F. Towne, T. H. Holmes, F. E. Kent, R. H. Miller, M. J. Pool, F. L. McMahon, L. E. Linnan, Eugene Murtagh, M. H. Falkenhainer, Jos. Greenberg, A. E. Ogren, A. H. Borchardt, and D. E. Dowel. Plum Creek Club Elects— The Plum Creek Social & Literary club met last week Wednesday at the Ambrose A. Call state park Shelter house, Lela Seely and Fern Young hostesses. Officers were elected: Lela Seely, president; Pearl Knox, first vice; Lydia Sampson, second vice; Fern Young, third vice; Ethel Johnson, secretary- treasurer; Nina Taylor, corresponding secretary. The latter then read a paper on Fears of Childhood, after which lunch was served. The next meeting will be held May 16 with Sadie Hopkins, and this will be Guest day, with a 1 o'clock of 'beer to General Dawes each cvi ting during the latter's two wot Its there, ; «t! wfhen he was about to leave the General tipped him a dollar. The General gave •one of the porters four pennies as a tip, accompanying the coins with tltve advise that the youth treasure them. He was extremely eccentric, Laurence found. Soft Ball League Enters 2nd Week The local kittenball league completed the first week of its schedule last week. Last week Monday Phillips team won from Sinclair, 8-3, and last week Wednesday the UDM won from the Hub Clothiers, 10-8. RCA won from Skelly, 3-2, Friday, and Sinclair defeated the Hub Clothiers, 7-4, Monday. Last evening UDM was to play Skelly team; tomorrow RCA will play Phillips; next Monday RCA will play the Hub Clothiers; and next Wednesday the UDM will play Sinclair. Phillips team now has a percentage of 500; the Hub and Skelly, 0; Phillips, RCA, and UDM, 1,000. STANDARD STATION HAS NEW MANAGER Gerald E. Hartshorn began work Saturday as manager of the west State street Standard Oil station. Gerald, who is a son of Barber and Mrs. E. J. Hartshorn, came here last Thursday from Mason City, where he had spent three days conferring with district officials of the company. In 1929 Gerald was graduated from the Algona high school, after which he attended Georgetown and Benjamin Franklin universities, Washington, D. C. He received a degree as bachelor of science in accounting from the last-named institution last June. While in Washington Gerald was employed for a time In the census bureau, later by the United States Senate, attending school at night. He has recently been employed as accountant in the Department of Public Safety at the city hall, Des Moines. Gerald was married three years ago to Elizabeth Saunders, of Des j Moines, who, following two years at the state university, where she was a member of the Theta sorority, completed her education at leorge Washington university, Washington, D. C., and was employed in the census department. Her father, a widower, lives at Des Moines, and till fall Mrs. Hartshorn will alternate between there and here. Wildin, Algona, and Bud Rule, Fort Dodge. Both weigh 140 pounds. The opening boxing bout will be three rounds between Dean Jergenson and Eddie Johnson, both of Algona. Jergenson weighs 92 pounds; Johnson, 88 pounds. Another preliminary of four rounds will then be boxed by Wendell Jergenson, Algona, and Merlin Smith, Humboldt, Both weigh 130 pounds. The main boxing preliminary will be Young Haviland, Humboldt, vs. Arnold Fisher, West Bend, for five rounds. The semi-windup will be Happy Hewitt vs. Kid Thompson for six rounds. Hewitt weighs 1GO pounds and hails from Liver- ing down this balance of power, Mr. Linnan declared, and the confidence of the country is needed in the struggle 'against the rich east which has controlled the republican party so long. Organization Made Permanent. Following Mr. Linnan's talk, election of permanent officers came up, and on motion the temporary organization was made permanent, except that John Uhlenhake, Whittemore, temporary treasurer, was replaced by Henry Sherman, Wesley. A list of the townships of the -I-UU £JUU11U£3 ClUU UtVllO lllflll J-JlVCli **• »•"«- "•- «•«»* „« .. . f more; Thompson, who weighs the county was then read, and nomina- same, is from Badger. Only one wrestling match is on jthe card, this being between Nick Olson, Humboldt, and Harold Blue, Jefferson, both 165 pounds. Texas rules will be used, the best two out of three falls determining the winner. An hour time limit has been set. The matches will be held at the I. O. 0. F. hall, beginning at 8:30, and admission will be 39c plus sales tax. Seats can be reserved for 5c at the Smoke Shop. Red Weech will referee. Emmtsuurg Pair Honored Here— Mr. and Mrs. E. C. McMahon active in support of community projects since he located at Marysville two years ago. When he becomes postmaster he will relinquish active control of his newspaper but will continue to direct its editorial and business policies. Algonian's Sister Killed in Crash Mr. and Mrs. George Wilson went to Perry Sunday 'to attend funeral services for the former's sister, Mrs. \V. H. Winegar, w!ho, witfh one Mary Tivnton McColl, was killed in an automobile accident last Thursday near Baton, N. M., when a tire blew out and their car 'jumped an enbankm third women was seriously injured, but is reported recovering. Tiliey were en route from Califor- ia to their home at Perry. Three Patterson Gilbert Hargreaves Seeks Sheriff's Job Gilbert Hargreaves, Hobarton, announced candidacy Friday for the republican nomination for sheriff. The only other candidate is Constable W. H. Rickleffs, Titonka. Mr. Hargreaves, who is single, Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Hargreaves, farmers who have lived since 1910 at the first corner south of Hobarton. Their son was a small boy when they came here from Illinois. Gilbert attended the Algona high school, dropping out to help his father. Then he farmed a year for himself near Lone Rock, and during the last three years he has been second man at the Hobarton elevator. -*• 150 Chicks Die in Witham Farm Fire Four Corners, May 8—IFire 'last Thursday night at 11 o'clock destroyed the garage at the Howard Witham farm, west .of Algona on No. 18. A. brooder stove in the building is thought responsible) One (hundred-fifty chicks seven weeks old were burned to death, and a crate 'besides the .building containing 12 setting hens was also burned. The frame work on a binder was burned off. The fouild- dng was all ablaze when the fire was first noticed by tlie Withams. A general telephone alarm called neighbors, who with pails and water saved the hen house, wlhich was set afire in several placas. Hugh Smith's Town is Swept by Fire Yesterday's Mason City Globe- Gazette reported Wabasha, Minn., on the Mississippi, 90 miles southeast of the Twin cities, swept by fire. The extent of the damage was not known when the dispatch was sent, but it was indicated that many buildings on the river front' had been burned. Hugh R. Smith. ( former Algonian, is postmaster at| Wabasha, and the rear end of the postoffice building is only a few yards from the river. tions for delegates to a state convention of young democrats at Des Moines this week Monday were made. Many (o State Meeting. Among persons from Kossuth who attended the state meeting were Mr. Hamill, club president; Mrs. Frances Bradley, Bancroft, vice president; James Geelan, Whittemore, secretary; Mr. and Mrs. Leo Saunders, John Sheridan, Bancroft; John Gisch and Harvey Reid, Burt; Mr. and Mrs. M. C. McMahon, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Winltel, Zora Keith, L. E. Linnan, W. W. Sullivan, Evelyn Bode, Harold Falkenhainer, Frances Zender, Eleanor Rahm, Grace Kouba, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Saunders, and the Rev. Father T. J. Davern, all of Algona; and Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Uhlenhake, Whittemore. The Kossuth delegation was second largest in the state. Ilamsey Club Gives Play. Titonka, May 8 — The Ramsey Young 'People's club recently presented a play, Safety First, in the hig'h school auditorium at Titonka, and a. large audience attended. Kiwanians Learn States in Union At last Thursday noon's Kiwauis luncheon W. A. Barry, program chairman, set members to writing lists of the state in the Union, and only three completed lists in the time set. R. J. Harrington, Dr. M. J. Bourne, and H. W. Miller drew cuts for the prize, and Doctor Bourne won. Talks Are Booked Ri entertained at seven o'clock dinner last week Wednesday night, the occasion being the 41st wedding anniversary of the latter'si parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. Charles Duhigg, Sr., Emmetsburg. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Duhigg Jr., Mr. and Mrs. K. J. McElroy, son Jolhn, and John Duhigg, all of EmmeU'lJurg After dinner the men attended a political meeting at tha courthouse while the women visited Shower for Woods Family— The Baptists gave a miscellaneous shower for the Clarence Woods family last week Wednesday night at the church. Mr. and Mrs. \Voods lost their household goods in a paver's house on wheels which was destroyed by fire last week Tuesday. There were 50 present at the shower, and Mr. and Mrs. Woods received many goods and a donation in money. Mrs. Woods is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. SKIMPIES full fashioned knft-to-fit by PEACOCK 5Q? A cool inspiration ... the smartest brief of them all. They're a new deal in summer comfort «nd smooth brevity. Crhischilles & Herbst SPECIAL FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, MAY We offer, for two days only, the following merchandise at very special prices. Avail v the opportunity for buying seasonable Urv m apparel at substantial savings to you. Choice of any $1.00 house dress in the store *il sizes complete from 14 to 52— two day snprini 71 Two for $1.50 SI)ecial «l Any wool swagger suit in the store—a good «i. —sizes 12 to 40, all colors, including navy, u pi Twenty-five silk dresses, both light and dark this season's styles (not a lot of old junk) AM sizes 14 to 40, while they last _________ _ $3 1 81x99 inch full bleached bed sheets— hemmed brie finish. This is an outstanding value on market and is not to be confused with the many cheap items offered at less money.. Women's all silk crepe de chine French dancette] ted front, side-button panties, brassiere to applique and lace trimmed, sizes 32 to 36, set 80x105 bed spreads, firmly woven, preshrunk I colors in blue, green, gold, orchid and ' rose . A very special price Grenadine curtains — cream ground with raedi ed cushion dots in blue, green, orchid, flounce styles. This is a very special price, pair Fancy Turkish towels with woven colored bo big jumbo size (20x40 inches) all colors, good for summer days at the lake or pool ____ I You Can't Go Wrong oi| Trumi $ In white and plain colors 1.9 There's no shirt we sell with greater confidence! ARROW TRUMP. For TRUMP has everything can ask of a shirt ... a perfectly fitting Arrow! lar, flawless tailoring throughout, and complete j dom from shrinkage, thanks to Arrow's Saufoi process. See TRUMP today. Zender & Caldi»4 CLOTHING AND SHOES RED CLOVER SEED.—HOSS CA'L- houn, phone 4F11. 7uS6tf FOR SALE—10 HEAD MARES and colts.—Harley Hanson, Wesley. 10p33-36 ichardson. Senator Patterson has not attempted to make many speaking dates in support of his campaign for the republican inonination for lieutenant governor. He is to speak tonight at Stanhope; at Des Moinea tomorrow night; at Traer Saturday afternoon; and at Milford next Monday night. Recently he attended a republican rally at Ames. Tt-aelu-rs' Wives I Inter tain— •Mesd'ames Adrain 'Burmeister, Davil Ward, and John G. McDowell entertained 12 women at luncheon and bridge Tuesday noon. The guests were seated at three small tables, and the table accessories were in pastel shades. The Ihigh bridge score was won 'by Mrs. W. A. Foster, and Mrs. H. M. Haubery won the travel prize. FOR SALE—MANCHU AND Illini soy bean seed. —S. G. Keagle, Titonka. llp34-37 FOR SALE—MAMMOTH BRONZE turkey eggs.—Mrs. C. R. Schoby, phone 28F31. Ilp33&35 WANTED — $1300, SECURED BY first mortgage.—Emma Schmidt, Lu Verne, la. 10p34-35 WANTED — ONE ROOMER AND boarders.—Mrs. Hugh Pierce, 415 MANCHU SOY BEANS, $1.50 bu. R. W. Butterfield, Elmore, Minn., 10 miles north, 3% east of Swea City. 17p34-36 W. McGregor St. Ilp34 FOR SALE—22 EWES; 1 Shropshire buck; 26 lambs. — Frank Riebhoff, phone 26F3. 13p34 SEED CORN—REED'S YELLOW Dent. Made 75 bu. per acre last 3 years.—Mike Loss. 13p34 FOR SALE — ONE HAMPSHIRE boar, 40 feeding shoats, vaccinated.—Carl Hutchins. Ilp34 FOR SALE — CHESTER WHITE boars. north, 1 Aaron Taylor, 5 east of Algona. miles 12g34 HAVE NEW ROW BOAT with trailer to rent or sell.—Ask Advance or phone 499, Algona. 13p34 FOR SALE—ONE NEW AND ONE used 2-row cultivators.—McEnroe Bros., phone 519 or 30F12. 15(2)34 iETS THE CREAM—VEGA Separators, $77.50 Users biggest boosters.—See Bjustrom's, Algona. 12u31tf NEW LOW PRICES ON BABY chicks. 1000 W. Minorcas May 14. —Hamilton Hatchery, Bancroft, 14(2)34 FOR SALE—FIVE POLAND China gilts, farrow June 1, 50c per 100 over market.—Roy Wiseman, Wesley. 17p34 SEED CORN FOR SALE—REID Yellow Dent. Test 98. Shelled CHASED RUNAWAY TRAIN TEN miles—and averted disaster. Heroic action of a railroad crew told in a thrilling article in the American Weekly, the magazine distributed with next Sunday's Herald and Examiner. Chicago 33p34 PLANT CARLISLE'S SEED~o7n", ear to row bred, for high yield Equals hybrids at one-third the price, $1.00 and $1.25 bu., graded and tested.—Alfred Carlisle, Whit- tetnore, % mi. east. 30p34 WANTED — COUNTY MANAGER for Kossuth county. Good opening for energetic man with countywide acquaintance. For appointment, write, giving age, experience and graded.—Alvin L. Weber, Irv-| an d references to The Home Mu- ingtou, phone 15F22. 17-33-34 FOR SALE—MANCHU SOY Beans, while they last, $1.65 per bu; $1.60 in 10 bu. lots. — Loren J. Brown, Algona, phone 3F31. 20u32-34 FOR SALE—NORTHERN GROWN soy beans, manchu and Illini, germination tested, $1.75 bu. at farm IMs miles north of Corwith.— A. E. Mullins. 22(2)2Stf tual Protective Society, 205 Waterloo Building and Loan block Waterloo, Iowa. ' 38D31 ANNOUNCEMENTS I WILL BE A CANDIDATE FOR the nomination for sheriff in the June primaries subject to the will of the republican voters of Kossuth county.—W. H. Ricklefs, Titonka. 28-(2) 24tf SEED CORN FOR SALE — HIGH i I AM A CANDIDATE FOR VlolHlncr OQ^l\r n\n*ll.i!nn- irnl 1 m.. . \-,! . .. - v * 1 yielding, early maturing yellow; publican nomination for re- super- tests 97 to 100 per cent; shelled, visor in the Fourth "distict and ear 15F21, Algona. — Hugh Raney, phone predated—Paul 28p34-35 ton. will ce ap- Nemitz, Fen- 26p32-37 DESTROY GERMS . toulb effective against simple diarrheas W digestive disorders D»V treatment which has given b"' results to many thousands of sue- for 35 water. Oermozone carries THE CROP; ALSO A REMEDY years. Just as valuable for fowls, and should be u their drink fegularly th around. It's the best t for Occular Roup. See Lee-Way textbook Borchardt's Pharmacy, Algo« a

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