Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 17, 1934 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 17, 1934
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,MAL iColieel Sale I'Clock Co** , ,57c C j,clelb.21c 2Sc CROWD OF 300 FOR ATHLETIC MATCHES HERE Knockout Unexpected Feature in Boxing Match. ICES, n dozen — L«M« 9 - 25c OK "...ISC Cjniinn. 5c >,6 cakes ..... 21 c 15c PAGE n Tlldor '<'»». w ""' '•" ""Kail,. 111., Tuo,-- ' '."• <l!'.V for a visit till Snlunlay wit), Mnry Mitclii'll, Mason city, .spent ri>lal.iv<>K. The H. K. Rains arc vis- he week-end her,;. j Mrs. Tims. Rain is a uuusl of her Quarton went to C.lm:a K o! mi>t1 ""'' doiulay ' medical treatment. Evelyn Toothman, employed at Uie telephone exchange, returned to work Monday, after a two weeks variation. Sim visited lior parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Toothman, Burl, and relatives and friends at Thomp- Kim, llumboldt, and Waterloo. Mary Harris began a two weeks vacation from her duties at the exchange Monday, and is with her mother, Mrs. Ida M. Harris, Sexton. Mr.-'. H. K. McMa'hon and 'her 19c .15 c IMONTE BARTLETT _ 1 BREAD MG . _ EHOUSE EVAP. 1 wns.. IDDED IM, .17c 23c 'Tims, AFIELD, 1(8, — ......33c 19c More than 300 persons attendee' a boxing and wrestling event ai the I. O. O. F. hall last Thursday night. The seating capacity was- well 'taken up and the crowd wai In a good s>pirita for the ex'hibi An opening boxing bout of threi rounds was won by decision by Eddie Johnson, Algona 86-poundci who defeated Dean Jergenson, al so Al'gona, 92 pounds A prelimin ary of four rounds was won b Merlin Smith, Humboldt, fron Wendell Jergenson, Algona. Boll weighed 130 pounds. Knockout Comes Swiftly. A knockout featured the firat 3 seconds of the main preliminary when Young Haviland, Humbold dn a rush laid out Wide Wild Ha •Boor, also Humboldt. The tw rushed together at the sound Dire gong, and following a furiou exchange of gloves and before th crowd has sensed what was hap pening Boor was discovered on th floor and the referee was givin ihim the count. Boor entered the match -whe Arnold Fisher, West Bend, faile bo appear. In a. semi-windup bout betwee Happy Hewitt, Livermore, an Kid Thompson, Badger, the dec sion was given the Livermore boxer. The pair boxed the 'six rounds and seemed evenly matched. Wrestling Match Thriller. The best event of the evening •was a wrestlinjj match between Nick Olson, Humboldt, and Young Zybesso, Jefferson, the latter appearing in place of Harold Blue, of the same town, who suffered a wrenched muscle the week before. Zybesso lost the first fall to Olson with a jackknife, but downed !his opponent for two remaining falls. Bach round lasted six to seven minutes, and the -wrestlers gave a real exhibition of Texas rules, which) allows almost anything but murder. Main Boxing Go Draw. Lewis Wildin, Algona, promoter of the event, boxed the main go final against Bud .Rule, Fort Dodge. This --was a -six round combat, and it ended in a draw. Many in the crowd thought tihe For Dodger gave the more telling blows tout that Wildin was the better able to take .punishment. The fourth and sixth rounds were mos exciting in this match. Announcement was made of series of similiar contests in _fu ture, and the next one is tentative Ruth McMahon, who has com- Ji ;'' VGI • Mtn ...... rr I" 1 ™- 1 < il "»' u '- Pletecl another year of teaching «nr-,im.i m?,t Wlllc y suffered a The Basket Grocery has installed', v.iei-e and will come 'home for thy ^VcdiiCHdiiy " week^i Hiissman walk-in cooling plant summer. Ruth has been re-elected 10. J. Murtagh and Theodore! .size, and fs "coolp'd bv fhp " Frlzi™ lutolmnn spent Tuesday at Spirit dalro system. The store is jtiKc, 11siitnK« Magnus Llchtor and Hoyt nancy, students al. Ames, spent the weekend at homo. The Masons will have a special 7:30 City, neeting for degree work at .omorrow night. Chester C. Call, Kansas carrying a more extensive line of fresh meats. •Mr. and Mrs. 1011 is. Stephcnson and their throe children spent the week-end wiUh Mr. 'Stephenson'e by the Oalva school board. The rough work on the liquor store location in the former show parents, Mr. Mrs. 0. J. Ste- spent, tihe wuek-end with iii.s sister, Mrs. A. Hutchison. The C. A. Joynts spent Sunday at Mallard with Mrs. Joynt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Reinders. Bernice Harrington, GrinneH college student, spent Sunday with lier mother, Mrs. T. P. Harrington. Gordon Stephenson returned Monday from Iowa City, where he recently underwent a hernia operation. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lavrenz motored to Easton, Minn., Sunday to spend the day with Mrs. Lavrenz's mother. The N. Victor Lowes spent Sunday at Hampton with Mrs. Lowe's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Schroyer. Mrs. R. H. Miller is spending the week at Estherville with her parents, while Mr. Miller is at Cass ake, fishing. Children from the Doan rural chool will have a picnic at the mbrose A. Call state park tomor- ow afternoon. Mrs. H. L. McCorkle and "Sonny" ent to Mason City Sunday for a eek with the former's sister, Mrs. plionson. Ellis is a draftsman for the Maytag washing madlrine factory at Newton. Mr. and Mrs. James Allen, Port Dodge, their three sons, and Mr. and Mrs. Erbie -Benson, Buffalo Center, were 'Sunday guests of Mrs. Sadie Cavanaugh. Mrs. Allen and Mrs. Benson are daughters of. Mrs. Cavanaugh.. Mr. and Mrs. John Sheffield, of room of the Kohlhaas Bros, garage has been nearly completed, and the finishing work, including floor over the new basement, has been or will bo started this week. The building will be ready for occupancy a few days before June 1. As yet nothing has been announced as regards manager or assistants. Cottagers at Clear Lake have had a most discouraging experience as a result of this season's dust storms. They give the cottages a thorough cleaning, only to find when they go back a few days later that everything is again black with dirt. One night last week teriors were plastered with mud. Clarion, visited here Sunday. Mrs j there was a drizzle of rain during Sheffield was Regina Schumpp, and f "just storm . ^nd Jthe cottage she is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. , *""' i--^- — -> — m Jos. Schumpp, now Clarion, for- 1 nor Algoniana. Mr. Sheffield operates an oil station. Mrs. Clara Day, widow of a former Irvington farmer, is now with her daughter, Mrs. F. W. Schram, Titonka, for the summer. During the winter she lives with another daughter, Alberta, now Mrs. C. L. Forstedt, Scotsbluff, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Rosewall, of Jluc Earth, and their two sons, pent Sunday with H. R.'s mother, rtrs, Chas. Rosewall. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Mitchell, of Clear Lake, spent Monday here, rlrs. Mitchell is a daughter of the | ly dated tor Mfty 24 Thursday evening OB GRANULES 29c aPOBECANE * 54c - $1.34; 100 Ibs. $5.19 1ST BEET 51 C 100 Ibs. $5.00 lUMENY 1TCAKE Quickly, Easily with Bisquick Family Size 32c ictor Young. Mrs. Henry Lichter, who has eon seriously sick seven weeks ith heart trouble, omewhat improved. is reported Mrs. H. E. Rist left Monday for Washington, D. C., where she will spend three weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Tihomasi LOCAL KIWANIANS GIVE PROGRAM AT MASOfUITY MEET With few exceptions members of the Kiwanis club went to Mason City last Thursday evening to attend a meeting of the Kiwanis club there. Five Kiwanians from Albert Lea also attended. The meeting was a part of inter-club activi- ies planned by clubs In this Ki- vanis district. The Algona club furnished the program, and Win. F. Steele was .oastmaster after the program was opened by the president of the Mason City group. A. E. Kresensky led singing, and T. H. Chrischilles gave a chalk talk in which he parodied members of the Mason City club. Later Mr. Chrischilles read a Nordic dialect poem which drew repeated bursts of laughter. Donald Hutchins, Algona higt school senior, sang two solos anc was encored back for another. He was accompanied by T. T. Herbst who also played the piano for inter-club singing. H. W. Miller gave a humorous talk on events of the last two years. This was an official meeting for the local club, which abandoned its regular noon meeting the same Trinity l.ullieraii, I". J. Urn nor, 'nstor — Next Sunday: Sunday school and Bible class, 10 a. m. festival of the Pentecost will be tolobraled. English service, 10:30 i. m. Confirmation of catechumens will take place. The following children will be confirmed:Howard Gorman, Dorothy Gorman, Francis Gorman, Lawrence Riedel, and A- een Bollinger. Our annual mis- sion festival will be celebrated ai week from Sunday. Special festival services will be conducted forenoon and afternoon. English communion wi) be celebrated two| weeks from Sunday. Confirmation instruction Saturday 9 a. m, MUST UJT1IEHAN, W. A. Sjos- Iraml, 1'nstor—Tihe 'Bazaar Workers meet this afternoon at Mrs. fSr.orKe SponRberg's. Choir practice tonight at 8 at the church. Confirmation class Saturday, 10 a. m., at the Lutiher hall. Morning! worship next Sunday at 9; Sunday, school, 1Q. Lewis Ferguson got home last night from Ames, where he is a senior in forestry at Iowa State college. He leaves today for Athens, Tenn., where he has work in a new government survey of forests of northern Georgia and southern day. A coincidence at the luncheon was the reunion at the meeting of Mr. Chrischilles and Ben Knudson, Albert Lea, who were college roommates at Beloit college. They were initiated into the same fraternity VJt ICJlLlltlll VJVU1 g,ltV G.11U- aULlllld ix i**** ••~--— -•»** ^«.»—-, ... v.. v ._. Vl r Tennessee. On the completion of ] the same night and__ were close this work he plans to return to Ames to complete his studies, which he will finish in one more quarter. Dust storms caused postponment of a kittenball game last week friends in college. This was their first meeting in 25 years, efforts to meet each other before having failed. Mr. Knudson is past governor of the Dakotas-Minnesota iwanis district. F. O'Haire Jr. Her 'granddaughter, Wednesday evening between the ate J. W. Hinchon. Mrs. R. J. Hutchison Ann O'Haire, who will come here with Mrs. Rist for the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Mikkelson, Boone, came Sunday .and spent the day with tihe latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Phillips. Mr. Mikkelson, who used to clerk at the ocal Gamble store, is now em- -loyed in another Gamble store at Boone. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Vigars spent mother's day with their daughter 1 tfargwet, student at the State Teachers college, Cedar Falls. A poem which Margaret _ wrote appears in the current issue of the\ •urple Pen, a college literary <pub- returned f'riday from Corwith, where she had spent two weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Budd Lawson. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Lawton, of White Bear Lake, Minn., are expected Saturday at P. A. Dauson's for a visit with their daughter. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Leffert and their daughter Ila Mae spent Sunday at Swea City with Mrs. Leffert's mother, Mrs. Hannah Anderson. and 6 SAVINGS SAFETY ASSOCIATION Inc. 1917 SCHOOL EXHIBITS TOMORROW NIGH Tomorrow at 7:30 there will b a school exhibit at the high schoo auditorium. Admission will be free. A program on the stage will include a style show, in which the girls' home economic classes will display clothing made in their classes during the year. The second part of the program will be a special demonstration by the girls' physical training classes, girls in both junior and senior high school taking part. Also on display will be the work of the manual training classes. Seats will be reserved in the auditorium free, tickets being given out at the door. Reserving will enable parents to find good seats and yet go about to see the exhibits. Next Monday evening at senior night activities will place. This will also be free, and reserved seats will be available. Senior class night this year is on a different principle than heretofore. The seniors will have full charge, and will interpret what they have learned in the proper use of leisure time. The class prophecy will be given. Duncan H. S. Team Third in the U. S. The Westfleld, N. J., mile relay team coached by Mrs. George H. Free's son-in-law, R. L. Duncan, recently won tttiird 'place in an American championship meet at the University of -Pennsylvania. This meet included teams from both tihe United States and Canada. The same team also recently won first for class B 'Schools at the Penn relays, and it had previously won -second in a meet at the University of New York. Mr. and Mrs. Duncan and their three year old daughter, Diana Jane, are expected (here next month for a visit. Mrs. Duncan is the former Esther Free. Josephine Murtagh went to Des Moines Tuesday, and yesterday be Ban work as assistant In the of ficcs of the collector of interna revenue. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Steven, Rob ert, 111., stopped here last Thurs day night, en route to points in Minnesota, and were guests of th Glenn Rolands. Pearl Lee, teacher of the No. 3 Lev/is Johnson school in Sherman township, announces a school program a week from tomorrow ication. Lula Kohl, clerk at the Bloom store, returned last week Wednesday night from Minneapolis, where she spent a few days with her brothers George and Harvey George is employed at the Golden Rule store, and Harvey at the Ci ties Service station. H. M. Vinson, Vaughn Rising Stephen Merchland, and Norman Walker got home Monday from Chicago, where they had gone Sat urday to see a ball game between Chicago and New York Sunday They, also visited Howard's sister Mrs. Lee Stillman, Gary, Ind. Th trip was made in the Walker car D. P. Smith and T. T. Herbst wil go to the Okobojis Saturday to fish and will be joined Sunday by Mrs Smith, the two sons, and Mrs Herbst and the sons. All will re turn Sunday night. They will kelly and U. D. M. teams, but it expected that this game will be layed tonight. Friday evening CA defeated Phillips, 15-6, and londay evening the Hub Clothiers on over RCA, 6-5. Last night Sin- lair was to play hte U. D. M., and omorrow evening Skelly will play J hillips. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Eischeid, ive and a half miles east of Algona, returned last week Tuesday rom Saxton, N. 'D. where tihey at- ended the funeral of Mrs. Eis»-- dneid'e brother, Isadore Carman who died the preceding Friday o: tuberculosis at the San Haver sanitarium. The funeral was hek .ast week Monday, and an obituary notice appeared in last week's Wesley -column. nig'ht at 8 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Benson and Four Algonians attended a re serve officers' contact camp a Fort Des Moines Saturday an Sunday. P. A. Danson went down Friday evening with Supt. Swan son, of the Humboldt schools, an the Humboldt county attorney, Mi Neilson. Also going from Algon were Leighton Misbach, Pau Hutchins, and Lloyd Bohannon who went down Saturday. All re turned Sunday. Mrs. Margaret Hofmaster, Co with teacher, visited briefly Sa urday with her aunt, Mrs. Jos. \\ Wiadswojrth, who got home las Thursday from Birmingham, Ala where she wintered with Mr Hofmaster's brother, Archie Bush- nel'l, and -his family. Mrs. Hofipas- This is a Season for WHITE ... and that makes It a season for Selby Arch Pro-j servers. For Selby has done grand things In white shoes—slimmer lines, perforations, piping, cutouts, everything that's high In shoe fashions for sum^ mer. In addition, the invisible featherweight Arch Bridge gives you barefoot freedom and comfort. Jlu &dli Cool at a.breeze — lhi> white kid oxford hot openwork punchlngi of new deilgn $900 THE TRUE ARCH PRESERVER SHOff The Belle bridge club met last •eek Monday with Esther Lamuth, nd the high scores were won by illian Kressin and Elda Lavrenz. telen Zittritsch was a guest. The lub will meet next week with tfary Harris at Sexton. The P. E. O.'s met Tuesday night with Mrs. G. W. Stillman, and the program consisted of a report by ilrs. Lura Sanders on a state librarians' convention at Clinton last week - Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Foster entertained their bridge club at dinner Friday night. After dinner bridge was -played at three tables Mr. and Mrs. Abner Long winning the high score. The St. Thomas Episcopal Guilt will give a benefit card party a Mrs. H. E. Woodward's, Whitte more, this afternoon and tonight. The O. E. S. past matrons clu will entertain the 0. E. S. officer at lunch next week Tuesday at th Masonic Temple.^ Mrs. A. L. Peterson entertained her birthday clufr Monday evening. CALL THEATRE 1 _ 'ectnc SYSTEM their daughter Verona spent Sunday at Spirit Lake with the George Goods. Mrs. Good is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Benson. Mildred DeGraw, who teaches at Cedar Falls spent mother's day with her .parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. DeGraw. She has been reelected at Cedar Falls. William Broesder, who suffered burns in a farm fire in the Good Hope neighborhood one day last week, was a patient at General Hospital to have the burns dressed. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Whitcomb, Monroe, Wis., spent the week-end ' :4B jwith Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Zerfass, tak ?land also visited Mr. Whitcomb's cousins, the A. J. and R. J. Keens. Geo. G. Cole, whose wife is a sister of Mrs. B. A. Thorpe, Algona, lhas sold his general store at Cooper, a small town near Jefferson, and is looking for another location. Jeanne Witham Altwegg and are spending Helen several Dairy Calf Club Meets. The Algona Dairy Calf club met tot Lowell Samp's Saturday, May 5, and after a short business* meeting the boys adjourned to the soft water pond pasture for kitten- ball, rope-making and a wiener roast. Twenty-four members were present, also their leaders, Messrs. Benson and Mr. Soults. The club meets once a month. weeks with Helen's parents at Volga, and from there will go to Des} Moines to visit relatives and friends. Elwood Norton got home Saturday night from Lawton, where he .caches manual training. His school has been closed for the sum- r. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Norton. Mrs. Samuel Bloom, her daughters Bertha and Mrs. Sam Garfm Jr., and Mr. Garfin, all of Mason City, spent Sunday with the Jos. Blooms. Mrs. Samuel Bloom is Joe's mother. Raymond Kresensky returned Sunday fronrtwo weeks at Des Moines and Davenport. At Davenport the wag the guest of Jus sister, Mrs. Don Allen, the former Mildred Kresensky. . Robert Jacobs Sr., Ins son, t latter's wife, Ernest Jacob, and Mildred Dreyer, all of Austin Minn., came to help celebrate the tenth wedding anniversary ol Mr Fenton State Dividend. Fenton, May 15—Examiner W. E. Carlson has announced another 10 per cent dividend to be paid to depositors of the closed Fenton. State bank last week Saturday. This will bp. the fourth dividend and will make a total of 55 percent since the bank closed. Eightieth Birthday Observed. Lu Verne, May 8—Saturday was Fred Hintz> Sr.'s 80th birthday, and his children and grandchildren surprised him Sunday by bringing baskets of food for dinner with him. More than 30 were present, and among them was Mrs Lillie Hesse, Des Moin.es. and Fred Jacob. . . The F B. Shaeffers, Mason City spent Sunday here, guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. D Paxson at a mother's day dinner honoring: Mrs. Jos. Paxsonf who is Mrs. Shaeffer's and Mr. Paxson's mother. Mrs. Alice Messer and Mrs. Mida Doan, both of Humboldt, spent the week-end here, Mrs. Messer with her daughter Frances, Algona high school teacher, and Mrs. Doan with Mrs. Win. K. Ferguson. Last week's Burt Monitor reported that Mr. and Mrs J. R. B os- who spent the winter with a in California, were expected som, Algona, is Mr. Blossom's son. D. H. Goeders, George Elbert, H. E. Lampright. Lloyd Wellen- Delta sorority sisters at Verlyn Gourley, 8-year-old Cor was operated on las H. E. Larnpngui, ^i«j« V tn with boy, was operated uu ia» dorf, and L. M. Merrltt went to with ^^^ for a pp eE dlcitis Spirit Lake Tuesday^ fish. Othe, ^ Kossuth hospita. Henry Hartwell, Lone Rock, entered the pr groups expect to spend the week end there or at the Okoboj s. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Kain, and daughter Alice, and -Mrs. ter, ^ fi Lena Schut 'JUgonar'Tuesday, both fo turn bunaay uigm. A utw w». t expected home today for tfad spend Sunday at Miller's bay with r ^.^ MrR w * rtaworth . Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Patch, uncle j and aunt of Mr. Herbst. Mona Dee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Holtcamp, and Marvin Herman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Hackbarth, were baptized at the Trinity Lutheran church by the Rev. P. J. Braner Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jacob and Herman Hintz and Mrs. Rosa Hackbarth were sponsors respectively for the children. Mr, and Mrs. Pierce Witmer, the! former's mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Witmer, and Dell Gillfillen, all of Des Moines, with Marguerite Dalziel, Grinnell college, spent Sun- flay with the E. W. Lusbys. Mrs. WJtmer is the daughter of Mr. Lusby, and Marguerite the daughter of Mrs. Liusby. Marguerite ! " freshman at Grinnell. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Zitt- riuch, Pocahontas, and their son Jerry came Saturday to visit relatives. Mr. Zittrititah went back Sunday, the others remaining till today with Mrs. Zittritsch's mother, Mrs. L. 'M. Meriltt. Mr. Zitt- ritsch, a sou of Mr. and Mrs. A. Ziltiitsch, is in the employ of a road construction company. At a meeting last Thursday the board of supervisors chose primary judges and clerks, and the list appeara in hoard proceedings published officially elsewhere in today's Advance. There will be counting boards in all four Algona wards and in Buffalo, Burt, Fenton Greenwood, Harrison, Lakota, LuVerne, Wesley, and Whittemore townships. The H E. Carrs are moving this week from the W. H. Lacy house next east of the Presbyterian church to the J. A. McDonald home. Mr. McDonald is now living with the E. J. Murtaghs. Mrs. Martha Gorman has moved from the Bert Crouin house to the house next north of the new water tower where the Sorstedts formerly lived. Gertrude Flemming, Mrs. Burt J Thompson, and Mrs. Lester Prewitt all of Forest City, were guests last week Wednesday noon at, a Bonar - Chrischilles - Stillman- Dingley luncheon here. Gertrude is a former Algonian, Mrs. Thompson is the wife of a prominent lawyer, and Mrs. Prewltt is the daughter Lela of Editor Lee O. Wolfe Three marriage licenses have been issued by District Court Clerk McEvoy: Howard Leo Ferngan Esther Neuroth, both of Algona; Charles Sbick, Lone Rock, Ruby Riddle, Burt; Harry Shoemaker Madrid, Margaret Grove, Sand Point Ida. The couple last-named was married by the Rev. C. V Hulse at the Methodist parsonage Mrs Lloyd Bohannon spent the week-end with her Alpha Gamma isummer with Mrs. return Corwith to teach ext September. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Laidley, their daughters Jeanne and Margaret, and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrenee.iLaidr "ey, with their daughters Marylin, Lorraine, and Maxine, all of Es- herville, were Sunday guests of Mrs.. Agnes Laidley wlho . makes ler .home with -her daughter Mrs. Howard Vinson. Paul is linotyp- ist for the Estherville Vindicator & Republican, and Lawrence is» nanager of fae creamery there. A. E. Clayton entertained his iroUier, S. J. Cl-ayton, Yorkville, 111., and the latter's Eton John Jlayton, superintendent of schools at Oswego, 111., from last Thursday till Saturday. John Clayton nspected the Algona schools while le was here and complimented both the town on its fine buildings and the management. He was irt this part of the state to interview Iowa applicants ifor domestic science teacher at Oswego. Mr. and Mrs. A. Hutchison, their daughter -Dorothy, Evanston, IM., and Mrs. E. C. Dickinson left Monday morning for Chicago, via Madison, where Mrs. Dickinson left tihe party to continue to Fond du Lac, Wis., to visit a' daughter. Mrs. Dickinson will rejoin the HutchiFons at Chicago, and with, them will go on by train to Washington, D. C., wlhere -they will visit Senator and Mrs. L. J. Dickinson. Dorothy Hutchison spent the week-end here, W. G. McCullough attended a lonvention of funeral directors at ihe Shrine temple, Des Moines, last week Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. As president of the north Iowa district he served as one of eleven on the board of governors, which made nominations for officers. Each governor had charge of part of the program. The north Iowa, district consists of Kossuth, Emmet, Palo Alto, Franklin, Worth, Wright, Winnebago, Hancock, and Cerro Gordo counties. Ft. Dodge Police Mistake Kossuth Man for Bandit Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday May 16-17-18 Daily matinees, 2:30. New York City prices, $2.00. Algona regular—now, WALLACE BEERY FAT WBAT STUAET IRWIN and Cast of 10,000 in Tlva Villa A 4-star picture. Drive 50 miles to see this one. Wesley, May 15—^While visiting her husband's relatives Ihere Sunday, Mrs. Ted Kingsdorf, Burt, told .of, an exciting'-experience her brother, 'Frank Mulligan, of the German Valley vicinity, had on a recent visit to Fort Dodge. At 1 a. m. he was roused by .persistent knocking at Ihis door and commands to open in .the name of the law. On doing so he found <a group of .police prepared to arrest him as John Dillinger. It took some time to summon a friend who had -accompanied him but wasi at another hotel, and the friend's! testimony corroborated by papers Mr. Mulligan was carrying, and sft-engtened by the fact that he was unarmed and made no resis- ance, finally established his identity. He had been watched and trailed tihe preceding day. G. & B. SPECIAL Kept fresh in Humltubes Is a good 5c cigar important in your life? If it is then smoke a G. & B. SPECIAL all local dealers. Saturday, May 19 DOUBLE FEATURE ROBERT YOUNG JEAN PARKER in "Lazy River" Serial and Scrappy —and— The Big Revival DOLORES DEL RIO FRED ASTAIRE —in— "Flying Down to Rio" The big musical of the year. Sunday and Monday, May 20 and 21 A BIG BILL Grantland Rice's "Horse Power" Horses of every kind, the best' Percheron's to army; horses. New News and 'Looking for the Silver Lining* 3-reel version of Sally (musical)] —and— FRANCES DEE GINGER ROGERS BRUCE TALBOT BILLIE BURKE in "Finishing School" Story of an Eastern girls' schooL Tuesday, May S3 BANK DEPOSIT NIGHT RAMON NOYARRO LUPE YELEZ in "Laughing Boy" Pulitzer prize novel. Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday May 23-24-25 On Western Electric Wide Range sound. ! fi Grandest picture of all time. Daily matinee 2:30. HE SACRIFICEDiVICTORJ... "»•.»•«•.,'»•,•"'.*•'»*• .*:*>iv-^ . tfctt hi* <Uug6tw Might fia* JO»m M7KHIHCK WMMK GEORGE ARLISS lnth?DAtm F. ZANUCK WwdwH*" 1 THE HOUSE OF ROTHSCHILD with IOKIS KARIOFF IOIITTA YOUNG • IOICIT VOUNti Sheridan Daughter Dies at Bancroft Bancroft, May 15—-Mary Ann, 10, daughter of Mr. and Mrs! J. H. Sheridan, died last Thursday of heart trouble which she had had all her life. Funeral services were held Saturday morning at St. Jo'hn's, the Rev. J. F. Schultes singing the requiem mass. She is) survived toy her .parents sisters Betty and Patricia, and brothers James, John, and^ Phillip. Hurt Grocery Change. Gus Krause, Fenton, who lately bought the Bettin grocery at Burt, has sold a half, interest to Enos Wrede, 24, single, son of the German Lutheran pastor at Garner. Octogenarian Celebrates. Geo. N. Graham, Portland township pioneer, was 82 Thursday, April 26, and all his children, witfc other relatives and frienda, helped him celebrate. aiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiH 1 TW ^kWArf ^" ien y° u drain your An - g I Ail O lV* freeze, let us flush out your jj radiator 1 I IWIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIillllilllllll RADIATOR BOH^OUT A sure way of preventing over-heating due to clogged water passages. Completely removes all foreign deposits. Only AGITATION FLUSH-OUT A thorough flush-out with water and air pressure to remove rust, scale and grease from the cooling sys- tern. Only __— SPECIAL RATES ON ALL REPAIRS If your radiator is leaky or damaged, don't delay the needed repairs. We will repair it for you—^ fully guaranteed — at unusually low prices. 'H Helberg Garage WELDING—BODY AND FENDER WORK PHONE ALGONA, IOWA IIIIIIIIHHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIM

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