Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 17, 1934 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 17, 1934
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PAGE TWO OPEN AIR BEER GARDEN Keg beer on tap 14-oz. schooner lOc Per case $2.35 New Booths in Garden VERA;S Service Station Three LuVerne Clubs in Mectings_Last_Week MOTHER'S DAY IS FEATURED IN PROGRAMS Twenty Years Ago An Algona district convention oC ithe Methodist W. H. M. S. had been lield here Saturday and Sunday, with more than 35 out o£ town delegates attending. The , Saturday morning session was rr »i, .», „„ of I taken up with organization, re- Lu Verne, May 15—All three of| nnrtfl _ a ' ml e , ectio * of o£f i cers . WEEK-END SPECIALS "Superb" Salmon Steaks, 1 Ib. flat can- Baker's Breakfast Cocoa, 1-2 Ib. can — .Baker's Chocolate, 1-2 Ib. cake Sum-R-Aid— 5c bottle makes 1-2 gal. 23c bottle makes 4 Frute-Gel, pkg. JXobb-Ross Cake Flour, pkg. Kellogg's Whole Wheat Flakes, 3 pkgs Kellogg's Bran Flakes, pkg. Parker's Lightning Wax, 16-oz. bottle __ Shu-White 1x>ttle 3>ill Pickles,. quart jar -Sweet Pickles, quart jar Jet-Oil Polish, bottle Shinola Polish, ^dlme can Camay Toilet Soap, 4 cakes Orydol, large pkg. _-___ American Lye, Scans Xaundry Soap, JLO bars _ Hatches, IQc 19c gal. 5c 21 c 23c 9c Block Salt, •|»er block 12c 16c 27c 13c 8c 19c 20c 25c 25c 13c 43c the local women's clubs met last week, the Tuesday club holding its first meeting this season, which was a guest day party at the city hall, 34 women attending. Mrs. J. 0. Marty, president of the club, gave an address of welcome following the singing of America. Florence Hof sang I Know a Lovely Garden; Josephine Holdcroft gave a reading, Mother of Mine; Maxine Smith, The House With Nobody in It; and Mrs. Opal Morrison, Italian View of the Labor Question. Mrs. Hof then conducted a social hour, and dinner was served. Mesdames H. P. Sorenson, Ray Stone, E. C. Woito, Fred Merkle, Emil Meyer, H. C. Allen, F. I. Chapman, De Rae Godfrey, John Brink, Wilma Mosher, Elsie Steussy, Opal Morrison, Grant Jennings, H. H. Phillips, Edw. Dehnert, and George Hanselman were guests. Last Thursday evening the Progressive Women's club entertained the husbands at a theater party at Humboldt, and after the show lunch was served at the Humota Colonial tea room, and music and games followed. Friday afternoon Mrs. Albert Hefti was hostess to the J. J. club at the last regular meeting of the year, and the program centered around Mother's day, Mrs. Lawrence Miller reading a group of poems and Mrs. Irvin Chapman gave the origin and history of Mother's day. Mrs. Charles Wolf had charge of the social hour, during which games were played and original poems on mother were read. Lunch was served. Plans were laid for a picnic supper at Mrs. William Hefti's this week Friday. Mrs. Gilbert Hefti was a guest. M. & D. Banquet is Given— The Methodist Aid gave a successful mothers and . t daughters banquet at the city halUlast week Wednesday evening. More than 100 women and girls were served by the young men's S. S. class taught by John Brink, and the following toast program was given, with Mrs. Earl Neal as toastmistress: music, high school girls, small group directed by. Mrs. Opal Morrison; toast to daughters, Mrs. William Baddeley; response, Mrs. H. H Phillips; saw solos, Out of the Dusk To You, also The Bells of St Mary's; vocal solo, Dear Old Mother of Mine, Ruth Smith; and a musical reading, Bernice Swenson Former School Head Dies— People living in Lu Verne 2' years ago regret to hear of th death March 14 of George Brln? gar, who was superintendent of thi local schools at that time. He diec of heart trouble at his home a Normal, 111., where he was teach ing in a normal school. After leav ing Lu Verne he completed worl election of Irs. J. A. Brownell, Algona, gave n address of welcome, and Mrs. lobert Smylie, wife of then Alona district Methodist superin- endent, presided. The district W. I. M. S. president was Mrs. A. L. pooner, wife of a Lu Verne pihy- ician, I. M. Finnell, then postmaster, vas eating and sleeping at home igain, his family having been re- eased from quarantine for small- ox. Walter C. Whiffen, husband of Idith Bowyer, tad been arrested it Mexico City along with all oth- r newspaper correspondents from he United States. « » * Judge Quarton had campaigned at Titonka, Woden, Crystal Lake You'll be improving your home, you'll be increasing its value, and you'll be helping business by stimulating building, if you select our quality building supplies for constructing improvements for your house. Give yourself the advantage of an extra room! Build a sun porch to give you a more interesting house ... to give the kiddies a healthful place to play in ... and to add cheer and comfort on sunny days. We'll give you a low estimate and complete plans without obligation. Devoe's at the State University of then was 'orest City, LeLand, Rake, Buffalo Center, Scarville. Germania Wesley, Garner, and Kanawha and was getting much encouragement. A letter from Fenton -re- 'ealed that the Reporter had reused to publish the judge's announcement without pay. * • * » John Goeders had sold out mens and boy's clothing, hats anc caps stock, and .the space thus vacated was to be devoted to more vomon's dresses and more shoes * * * * A tent show had to present Un cle Tom's Cabin at .the Call because "the weather was too colt and wet for use of a tent. Ten new Fords bad been sold on a week. * • * • Six Kossuth boys were to writ papers on the Ideal Farm in a ontest for representative boy at he state fair. Writine were Jo?, S. Ramsey and Earl Griffith, Swea ity; Earl Harris and Roscoc Mawdsley, Burt; Weber Jager, Whittemore; and Albert Swaoson Armstrong. The winning boy was ,o be guest of the fair a week. * * * • Druggist A. E. Lien, Wliitte- nore, I. M. Finnell and H. C. Adams, chairmen respectively of thd republican, democratic, and pro- gtressive jparties, had filed with bounty Auditor Norton the number of delegates to their county con ventions June 27, 1914. Tlhe pro gressives were to have 182 dele gates; the democrats, 128; the re publicans, 99. * * * Webster Gille&pie, then in th navy, had sent a note to tihe Ad vance saying that the navy ship Marietta, on which he was a >pett> officer, ihad been ordered to Cu ban waters. It carried provision for a six months cruiee * * * * Plans for improvement had bee: drawn for Athletic park. The Ian had just been bought, and a lane! scape artist had planned tlhe trac and other items in the layout. * * » * Evelyn Cady was at Chicago where she was to have an opera tion for stiffness in tlhe kn& joints. * • • « Mrs. Maggie Moore, San Anto nio, Tex., sister of J. W. and ~ P. 'Haggard and Mrs. Mattie Falk enhainer, had been badly upsetri when she read in a .paper that a man named M. P. .Haggard had! been killed in an accident. * • * • Eastern Star members toad for- goten to turn off water in the hall above the Princess theater, and the drip toad leaked through. The water was nearly a foot deep upstairs. This was somebody's embarrassing moment. BIRTHDAY OF LOTTS CREEK MANJONORED Lotts Creek, May 15—Mrs. Herman Reisner gave a surprise party in honor of 'her husband's birth- lay Friday evening, and 500 was played at four tables, high being won by Robert Liesener and Mrs H. F. Mittag, low by Nick Genger and Mrs. Robert Liesener. At iiidnight lunch of sandwiches, 'newlyweds," and coffee was served. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Adam Lieb, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lieb, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Zuniach, the Arthur Rusch family, the Nick Genglers, Mr. and-Mrs. Otto Liesener, Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Mittag, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schallin, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Potratz, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Liesener, the latter's mother, Mrs. Mary Kain, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rctss- eisen, Fenton, and Mr. and Mrs. Noah Reisner and their daughter Kathryn. Fred Jacobs 10 Tears Wed— Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jacob, Algona, gave a party at the I. 0. O. F. hall in honor of their lOtlh wedding anniversary last week Wed- esday evening, and friends from here attended. They were both born and reared here, and they Tire Blows Out Fenton Men Upset Fenton, May 16—Supt. M. E. Ot- tcrness and Jolm Denrpsey had an auto accident Sunday afternoon at 5:30 o'clock at a point 1% mile* north of town, near F. F. Mueller's. Mr. Otterness was driving at 45 miles when a rear tire blew out, and in an attempt to slow down the car lie lost control and it went into the ditch, turning over. Mr. Oterness suffered a slight cut on the forehead, employ of the Gypsum Mills, Chl- :ago, has been spending a vacation vlth her parents here and a sister, Mrs. Conrad Hlgglns, near Tltonka. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Clemans camo lomo from their trip Saturday af- .ernoon, and are now housekeep- ng In rooms In the Pendergast res- dence at Tltonka. Raymond Patterson, who attends Dempsey suffered a Mr. wrenched LJl. llLl/is^J n— - ----- - neck, cuts on the face and hands, and was more or less bruisetV and .Shaken up. The car, a new Chevrolet, was badly damaged and had to be towed to 'town .by Weber truck and taken to Yager's gas the Widdel garage. Morningsldo week-end with } ^% Mrs. Riclmnl n, nif| ""• Frank Krall visited ' bio last wool; Tucsdf mist i : «y attcn -, Mm. Henry Patterson ' Thoi K«v. F. • baccalaureate Sunday evening. son i at -*• First Holy Comtmion for Eleven St. Joe Youngsters St; Joe, May 15 — Sunday, May 13, rwill long 'be remembered toy 11 little cildren of this parish wtao received their first Holy Communion at high, mass at 8 o'clock at S. Joseph's church. At an evening service they were enrolled in the scapular society. The children were Helen, and lowa, Bloom- und R£ Alblft for several years efore taking up the work at Normal. emetery Association Meets— Mrs. I. H. Benedict was hostess o the Cemetery association last 'hursday, and 25 women attended, .fter a short business meeting conducted by the president, Mrs. Elsie Steussy, there was a social hour, Gives you best results. We have a paint for every use. We have a complete stock of paints, enamels, and varnishes. BOTSFORD LUMBER CO. JIM POOL, Mgr. 1'houe 256 Marguerite Becker, Alvina Freiling er, Marielle Agnes, Margaret Kramer, Stella Mae Reding, Adam Berte, Robert Cunningham, Ernest Berte, Maurice R«dingr, and Alvin Loss. Two little girls, Mary 'Lou Oor- jjvanii an& Garmaine _ Becker, represented" angels and led muicants to the altar. Marjorie Cunningham, Elsie Ziemet and Martha Thilges were flower girls. Five to 8k Paul Funeral— t Orvil'U Wagner, accompanied by Mrs. John B. Reding, St. Joe, Mrs. Nick 'Reding, Whittemore, and Mr. and Mrs. 'Frank Kinkade, oTOve to St. Paul to attend the funeral of John Clemens last week Wednesday. They returned the same night, Mary Ffcch to Wed— Banns of marriage were puh- ermore, and his wife spent Bunday with her. Herman, Julius, Peter, and Joseph Becker drove to 'Lost Island last Thursday to fish, and had good luck. Domonic Ziemet and ihia niece Regina Kruecher, West Bend, spent Sunday with relatives here. The Joseph Kramers, Algona, were visitors (Monday evening at the Nick Thilges home. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Friders L near Algona visited relatives and friends here Sunday. The Tom Devinee spent Sunday at the DeVaul h.om.e at Eagle and a served. covered-dish lunch Due to the fact that was the state meeting falls on the next regular local meeting day, the association's annual meeting will be held early in June with Mrs. D. Voss. ioclety Meets in Country— The Evangelical Woman's Missionary society was entertained ast Thursday at the country home of Mrs. Paul Blumer, and in spite of a dust storm seven members and one guest, Mrs. J. J. Wadleigh, attended. Esther Merkle presided, and after a devotional period a business meeting was held and a general discussion of missionary activities took place. Mother's Day Program Given — A Mother's day program was given Sunday morning at the Presbyterian church by the children of the Sunday school. There were songs, readings, and exercises. The church was decorated with three tables of flowers, one for the mothers, one for living mothers, and one of white flowers for mothers dead. There was a large attendance. Fonr to Be Confirmed — Earl Hanselman, Lyle and Velva Schipull, and Leah Miller will be confirmed at the Lutheran church listed Sunday for the first time at St. Joseph's church for Mary, daughter of Mr. and Mra. Adolph Fisch, St. Benedict, and Mathias, son of Mrs. Frank Weydert, St. Joe. Nick Weydert Birthday Obseved— A dance was given at the Green Lantern Inn, Hobarton, last week Tuesday evening by Nick Weydert's friends in "honor of his birthday. Music was furnished by the Green orchestra^ School Has Closing Picnic- School No. 6. taught by Maxine Devine, near, Algona, was dismissed Friday for the summer. A school picnic was held on the grounds 'Sunday. Children Have Chlckenpox— Some children are absent from school, due to the chickenpox,. Other St. Joe. Marie Gisch, Susan Ziemet, Henry Ziemet Jr., and Prosper Frtderd spent last Thursday in Fort Dodge. The Rev. George Theobald, Josepto and Peter Becker, Alvin Klein, Orville Wagner, and Bernard Thilges were there Friday afternoon. The Phil Roethlers, near Algo- alternoon visi- 'Fridera home. employed near Al- local friends the Last Thursday was Ascension day, and Hhere .were masses at 7:30 a. m. and 10 a, m.. There was a little rain Saturday afternoon, and in tlhe afternoon there was a good shower which did great good to crops> pastures, and gardens. •Deane and Lenore Arndorfer, Oak Park, 111., arrived Saturday to spend mother's day with ttie (home folks. Deane went back Monday night, Lenore .remaining for the summer. The girls taave been employed there. Irvington and St. Benedict played ball Sunday at Irvington, and St Benedict won, 13-2. Sexton and Wesley played and Wesley won. Next Sunday at the 7:30 a. m. a. m. high mass 46 children will receive solemn communion at the local church. Al Rosenraeyer attended a Legdon convention last Tuesday evening at Fort Dodge. (Mra. -Frances Miller returned from Des Moines Tuesday, May 8, after a few days there on business. A family reunion was (held at Nick Arndorfer's mother's day, •and attending were Deane and Lenore Arndorfer, Oak Park, 111., the Albert Garmanns, Blue Earth, the Dennis Carrolls, Lu Verne, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pickens, Algona, the Emil F. Arndorfers, and Af- rieda Arndorfer.. had the Henry Meyer farm the first few years of their wedded life. Mrs. Jacob is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wittkopf, prominent local farmers. Since 1 ast fall Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Jiave operated a lundh room known as ;he Algona Coffee Shop opposite :he courthouse in partnership with Mrs Jacob's brother Gerhard. New Member Joins Aid— The Aid met Friday at the school hall, witJh Mrs. E. Fiene as "hostess. Mrs. Arthur Zumach Joined the society. Visitors were: Mrs. Kabelitz, Mrs. August Bierstedt, Mrs. Clarence Bierstedt, and the latter's 'daughter, all of Fenton, Mrs. Otto Liesener, Mrs. Arnold Meyer, Mrs. Arthur Kressin, (Mrs. John Schallin, Mrs. Herbert Potratz, Margaret Fiene, and Mrs. William Schmiel. T. P. S. Meets Tomorrow Night— The Y. P. S. meets Friday even- e at the school hall. Edwin Wichtendahl,;Kenneth"Kucker, and Loretta and Lucile Meyer are on the serving committee Elmer Ruhnke, Edwin Wictotendahl, and Verona Radig are the entertainment committee. Three Lotts Creekers Sick— Aug. Pijahn was laid up a few days last week with lumbago. Mrs. Albert Kressin is still incapacitated with a sore leg. The 16 months baby of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Shelter/ continues in, critical condition. Ascension Day is Observed- Services for Ascension day were held last Thursday evening in English. Pentecost services will be held Sunday morning at 10 in English and Monday evening at 8 in Ger- LAKOTA PAIR WEDDED; LIVE ATJITONKA Lakota, May 15—Loraine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Q. Smith, and Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Clemans, were married by the Rev. F. 0. Johnson, local Methodist pastor, at noon at the home of the bride's parents last Thursday. Sylvia Koppen, niece of the bride, was bridesmaid, and William Clemans, brother of the bridegroom, waa best man. Mrs. Johnson played the wedding march, and Dorothy Clemans sang O Promise Me. The bride wore blue silk crepe and carried colored sweet peas. The bridesmadi wore yellow organdy and also carried sweet peas. The living room was decorated In blue yellow, and white, with lilacs and tulips for flowers. The bridal party, with the parents on both sides and the Rev and Mrs. Johnson, were served at a wedding table, and others at a buf fet luncheon. Out of town guests were the Roy Farringtons, of Montgomery, Mr and Mrs. F. G. Torine, Armstrong and Editor and Mrs. L. O. Wolfe Tltonka. Only relatives and a few friends attended the ceremony. Th bridal couple left In the afternoon for a short honeymoon at Mlnne apolis and are at home at Tltonka where "Bob" works for Mr. Wolf on the Topic. •• Acorn Clnb Names Officers— Mesdames Luclle. Ley, Dorl Ukena, and Erma Woodworth, wit' Emma Thaves, entertained th Acorn club at 1 o'clock luncheon a the Thaves home last Thursday Officers were elected: Mrs. Geri rude Schissel, president; Mrs. Ver Williams, vice; Mrs. Jeanette Muss man, secretary; Mrs. Doris Ukena assistant; and Mrs. Jennie Gu ir JOIN OUR BABY CONTEST Bring your child in for a new photograph ami ca j our big cash prize baby contest. You can b uy as A as $2.50 worth of photographs of your baby and] eligible to earn one of the big generous cash Come in today or phone 181 for appointment I L. L WAY, Photographer ALGONA ART STUDIO Phone 181 ALGONA "THEY ALL WANT ALGONA HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR CLASS M Friday, May 25 One night only. 8:00 p. m. High School Auditorii Reserved Seat Sale at James Drug Store, Thursday and Friday, Hay 24 and 25 Admission 25c and 35c. man. Communion to be Observed— English holy communion will be* celebrated May 27 at the Immanuel Lutheran church. The congregation is also invited to attend a (Bun mission fest Sunday. Carl Zumach 21; Party— A 'birthday :par.ty was given at Carl Zumach's Sunday evening in honor of the son Clarence's 21et birthday, which was Friday. Beer was served. Ottoaen Defeats Lotts Creek— The Lotts Creek hall Bam motored to Ottosen Sunday for a return game, and lost, 4-10 Next Sunday the team goes to Bode. Other Lotts Creek. Mr. and knecht, treasurer, Mesdames Wood."worth and Ley were appointed 1 flower committee, and Mrs. Delia Smith publicity committee. The program follows: vocal solo, Mrs. Claire Frerking; Origin of Mother's Day, Mrs. Jennie Gutknecht. The next meeting will be a May breakfast at Mrs. Frerklng's, Mesdames Julia Wortman, Madora Torine, and Harriet Warburton assisting hostesses. Girl Suffers Broken Arm— A little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walters fell down stairs one day last week and broke her right arm. Other Lakota News. Mr. and Mrs. George Winter daughter Bernlce, who is in the Mr. Potratz and Mr. Bierstedt attended a meeting of Walking sales men there. Mrs. 'Rosa Ohm, Fort -Dodge, an< her daughter Esther -were visitors at Carl Zumach's Sunday. Many from here helped fight the fire at Edw. Broesder's. na, were Sunday tors at the Jdun Adolph Kass, gona, visited same day. EUPTURK H. L. Hoffman, Expert, former •associate of C. F. Redlich, Minneapolis, Minn., will demonstrate Without charge his "Perfect Retention Shield in Algona, Wednesday, May 23, at the Algona hotel from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. Please come early. Evenings by appointment. Any rupture allowed to protrude is dangerous, weakening the whole aystem. It often causes stomach trouble, gas and backpains. My "Perfect Retention Shields" will hold rupture under any condition of work and contract in a short time. the Do not submit to avoidable oper- cttoos and wear trusses that will «oUrge the opening. Many satis- Sunday. A Sunday been organized, and school already has almost 100 members are enrolled. Special Pentecostal services will be held, with preaching in German, next Monday morning at 10 o'clock. H. S. Principal to Wed— Announcement of the marriage of Dorothy Fecht, Cedar Falls, and Fred L. Graham, principal of the local schools, which is to take place June 2, was made in the Sunday Register. Teacher Has the Mumps — Dorothy Shultz, Irvington, Schipull school teacher, fell sick with the mumps one day last week, and Mrs. Wilma Mosher completed school for her, closing Friday. Shower for Recent Bride — Sixty-seven relatives and friends gathered at John Hefti's Sunday afternoon for a miscellaneous postnuptial shower in honor of Mrs. Gilbert Hefti. Rich Pofei Mrs. Anna Mrs, Albert Potratz, Mittag, Mrs. Chris Manning, and the latter's daughter Alvina attended the funeral of Mrs. Chris Widdel last week Wednesday at the Methodist church, 'Fenton. Adris Peterson, who teaches at the H. F. Mittag school, had a school picnic Friday. Helen McMahon, wfyo teaches in No. 3, will have a picnic his week Friday afternoon at Godfrey GeMenfeld's. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Potratz were accompanied by Arthur 'Bierstedt to Emmetsburg last Thursday, and Lucky I made a lucky deal and you will be lucky if you buy a pair of these beautiful low shoes. I Just clM- j ed a deal for 1600 patra of H. & M. Blippera. limy. | were made for a big store in one of our large cities | —the factory turned them over to me at a big discount *or spot cast, At first they rejected my offer, but I just got a wire saying they bad shipped them at my price. They are on the road and will be nerej sometime this week. They are brand new, just ma«,j city styles in black, blue, gray, and whlto-sizes 3 to 9—widths AAA to C. They were made to retail at I $4.00 to |5.00 a pair. I carry this same slipper in a I regular way. It is one of our best lines. You can J depend on a lot of -wear and style, and they fit 11MI a glove. As soon as they arrive we will put thei ej-l tire lot out at one low price. (P9 9UJ YOUR CHOICE OF ANY PAIR AT ^ , 'l You save from $1.61 to $2.11 on each pair. on hand and get your proper size and width w the getting is good. . There are about 400 pairs of white slippers w| this lot. Jimmie Neville The Shoe Man Algona, la.] -——^^^^^^^•^^^^^••••••••••••^•••^•^l^MBMB^^^^B^^^^^^^^^—' . J Basket Grocer "Algona's Finest Food Store" Mr. and Mrs. E. J. {Well, Bancroft, Mra. Edw. Hammer, Swea City, and Mr. and Mrs. Victor Hammer were Sunday evening supper guests at William Hammer's. Mr. and Mirs. Jacob Germann, their daughter, Mrs. Benny Kurth, and her daughter Joyce, of Blue Earth, spent Sunday at William Reding's. The James, Peter, and Alfred Redings_, the George Bormanns, and Fred Germann were Sunday visitors at William Reding's. J Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thul and Robert, accompanied by Mrs. Geo. Thul, spent Sunday visiting relatives at Bancroft. Mrs. M. Hanifan has been sick. Her son Bernard, south of Liv- Pastor Lang Sent Hack— The Rev. David Lang attended an Evangelical Conference at Des Moines last week and returned for another year. Druggist Here Seriously Sick- William Woito, local druggist, remains in a critical condition at his home. ed on friends here Saturday. Mr. Horton was Presbyterian minister here ten years ago. Mrs. John Genrich served 26 at dinner Sunday. They were her children and grandchildren who had come to spend Mother's day with her. The D. H. Wermersens have moved into the Mason house in east Lu Verne. Mrs. Alex Evans returned Saturday from a week with Cedar Rapids relatives. Lynor Olson, Chicago, was a week-end guest of Nonna Partridge. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Johnson attended a family picnic at the Ambrose A. Call state park Sunday in honor of Mrs. Matt Kelley. The C. J. Sills drove to Stillson Sunday, and were dinner guests at William Swab's. Georga Anne Geigel is having a rather severe case of chicken pox, and Dorothy Schultz has the mumps. The Thad Wickwires <were at Eagle Grove Sunday, visiting relatives. They brought here Mrs. Wicwwire's mother who will spend the summer here. Russell Kelley left Saturday to spend some weeks witb his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Kelley, south of Algona, and "help his grandfather with farm work. John McGuire, .who is supervising the construction of a new road grade at Pocahantas, spent last week-end at 'home. Ruth and Robert Black, Edna Mae Sill, Ronald Jenkins, Marjorie Johnson, Birdie Schultz, and Buena 'Raney attended a junior-senior banquet at the Algona high school building Saturday night. Catherine Schultz closed her school Friday and will have a picnic for parents and pupils Sunday. Gail Wolfe, young son of Mr. and Mrs. George Wolfe, is spending the week with Grandfather Wolfe, Lu Verne. L VOLUME DAYS Days THURSDAY, MAY 17 TO SATURDAY, Peter Pan, 49 Ibs. Unista, 49 Ibs. __. FLOUR! $1.49 FLOUR ! 24 1-2 tb. sacks Occident, 49 Ibs. $2.18, 24 1-2 Ibs. — (Costs more, worth it.) Gold Medal "Kitchen Tested", 49 Ibs. $1.98, 24 1-2 Ibs. WHY run the risk of having your rugs ruined by moths? WE clean rugs, drapes, curtains, and upholstered furniture. OUR cleaning is safe and guaranteed to give satisfaction. 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