Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 31, 1934 · Page 3
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KOS8UTH COUNTY ADVANC3B, ALGONA, IOWA ^ J __^ tJ _^.^».^. 11 i ii.;- .'.. .L^LI^LJ^——LJJ___!_"^!V.- '.' ' -'-___ ...._-- - . ..__ ^^ *»*^ V^AS*f fm^M^f^M V^*^**| *,^^ »» *» . , . . ,,.__. -,,-,, j m -••—•M^—•—*• •- -_--_.-j. . ;.±__^_^'^__LL!!L^^^~^—~~~^—L*^^^^^^^*mmMmmU»MMU»MffBMWmmmmmmmmmmmMmmmmiommfM Hear President of National Farm Bureau Speak I j us t Suppose • ft MATA llinilKII ~"HI ~~~~ r>f»ti>vmiirk II ft ay Reimers, Ringsted, drove to I _ m „ , _ LAKOTAWOMAN, EIGHT OTHERS TO M, G, MEET Sexton Woman Honored at Birthday Dinner Sunday *HKS » n SoS raised and re I***.. U county! a Lakota, May 29—Marion Soults, club agent, drove to Mason City last week Tuesday morning, taking with him Edw. Droessler, Bancroft, Myron Johnson, Swea City, Tom Berg, Hebron township, and Mrs. j H Warburton, Lakota, all of whom attended a district Farm Bureau meeting. The morning meeting was held at the Y. M. C. A., with Francis Johnson, Des Moines, Orrle Beeler, Ames, Mr. Meyer, Thompson, dls- ,..__ tr i c t director, and Mrs. Wynne B heriff; Jacobs, district chairman of worn<*•" ,,. Kossuth and an's a Impromptu of discussion on Farm Hf I IJUl" Vi«.f«.« i- Bureau work. After a picnic dln- Kossu os- Bureau work. ter a pcnc nid stock raiser »n jvo East pafk the atterno0tt v, «n bis l» e ! a .;,, ' *-'•' '" "•" ""•• b M a •« ask for public st tlmo to asK ror v fair and effi at a reduced Solicits your Primary ittb. Nearly everyone stops at— meeting was held in the park. Mrs. Jacobs gave a report of her work, Director Bliss gave an address on the state work. The main address of the afternoon was given by Ed O'Neil, Alabama, national president of the Farm Bureau. In the course of his talk he said, "Agriculture Is the last real democracy on earth, and the Farm Bureau is the real voice of agriculture." County Agent Bonnstetter, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Miller and Mrs. Soults also attended the meeting, making nine from Kossuth. Club Has May Breakfast— Mesdames O. H. Frerking, Julia Sexton, May 27 — Mrs. Stanley Gardner and Mrs. Leslie Huff entertained at a surprise dinner party at Stanley Gardner's Sunday in honor of their mother, Mrs. John Huff Sr., the occasion being Mrs. Huff's 63rd birthday. Attending were Mrs. Kate Huff and children Nellie and Jesse, and Mr. and Mrs. David Huff and son Harry, all of Lu Verne; the John Huff Jr. family and William, Ray and Clarence, all of Sexton; and the Stanley Gardners, and the Les Huffs, of Plum Creek. Mrs. Huff's oldest son Cecil Huff and his family, Lu Verne, were unable to attend because their son Junior Is sick with ihc mumps. Mrs. Huff was honored by three large birthday cakes and several other gifts. Crops Ilurncd in Minnesota- Thomas Nelson, Tracy, Minn, and his cousin, Mrs. Lars Sorensen of Algona, were guests of the Otto Neumans Saturday evening. Mr. lay. They attended this school he- ore moving here in March. Other Sexton News. Lois MiHcr is spending several sis- er, Mrs. Thornton. Mrs. Miller re- FENTON'S H, S, GRADUATES 5 BOYSJ GIRLS Fenton, May 29—Five boys and seven girls received diplomas at "•',;"•'•, ;-"; "• """*"'"' I the high school auditorium last cently returned from Sioux Cty, week f ueBday eve ning, and W. R. where she spent a week with her Hamilton, of Hamilton's business TI .1 i?- F ii Thornton - formerl y college, Mason City, delivered the Hutu Miller, address. Completing the high Mary Harris has been spending L chool courge were Ogcar Irven the past two weeks with her moth- | Berkland Cecil L ]oyd Cornelius r, Mrs. John Harris, Virginia Frank, Leo A. N. Kramer Mary was a dinner Edwln H . Luedtke, August G. Mey- 5! 1 ,??, 1 L aSt ?*& Wcdnesda y o£ er, Verona K. Radig, Mathilda D Edith Greenfield. '' Gr ? en , field - „ .Ruhnke, Marie W. Schallin, Ardis ™ M K % , Hilrvey Stev ^ n * nd Marie Voight, Lola Wilmina War Wilbur and Everett spent Sunday and Hazcl Margare t Weisbrod at Swea City with the Loyd Stey- A rter the invocation by the Rev ea City with the Loyd Stey- A rter the invocation by the ens. A family dinner was held in Mr . g der the , rls . glee honor of Loyd's birthday. . Mr and Mrs. W. C. Taylor and Mr . sang, and after the Rev clu addres Mr and Mrs. W. C. Taylor and Edmund K rause played a clarine son Dean drove to Humlston Fri- L olo wlth piano accO mpanlment b day to spend the week-end with Mis ' q m uh eiatives and friends near there. Nelson is a brother-in-law of the Neumans and is auditor for the Yeoman Lumber Co. Mr. Nelson says crops are all burned up around Tracy. Eleventh Child for Frasers— Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fraser are parents of a son born a week ago Tuesday. This is the llth child for the Frasers—seven boys and four girls. Mrs. Fraser and the baby are doing nicely. Birthday is Observed- Mrs. Leslie Huff entertained Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Gardner and near Swea City. ;ar awea v;uy. tion of Mr. and Mrs. Lars Finne- Mr. and Mrs. Bert Sanders vts- Uad's granddaughters, Mamie and ted Sunday evening with Mrs. Adeline Oleson. The girls attended Sanders' sister, Mrs. Lou Boleneus, school here two years ago and WGDD jMoines "A Room and hi two and « PETERSON STUDIO e finest of quality work— j "flBDDINGS I CONFIBMATIONS I GRADUATIONS land BABY riCTUBES A SPECIALTY . ' i choice of the finest, exclu- -jlre mountings of newest [style-obtainable only at our I studio. [Better pictures—less money. Will F. Brown MANAGER HI Lives fiiiu iriunua neur mere, i _ A number from here attended the Two Girl8 Are Confirmed— -Igona class play at the high Mr _ and Mrg- Lar s Finnestad, M chool Friday and the baccalaur- and Mrs . Amos Finnestad, daughte ate sermon Sunday evening. Rose Mary> John Finnestad, daugh- Mrs. Sarah Wise spent from last ter F a jth, and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd week Monday till Saturday with Finnestad wen t to New Richland, icr daughter, Mrs. Loyd Steven, Minn., Sunday to attend confirma stayed with their grandparents. near Doan. Mrs. Plum entertained Sunday! her mother and sister, Mrs. David Minnie Haase is Nurse- Mitchell and daughter Laura, of | M rs . Herman Gade and Algona. Pearle Haase drove to Fairmont Monday meeuttinoo v. **• *.~»«..«r», ""••"• anu xvirs. oianiey ^uruiiur <iuu Wortman, J. H. Warburton, and F. daugntcr Donna Jean, and Mrs G. Torino, Armstrong, were host-1 ollbert . Benschoter and son Leon esses to the Acorn club at a May| in ] )onor o f Leslie's birthday last breakfast last Thursday at Mrs. Thursday. Frerklng's. Six tables were set on the lawn, three with ivory color Attend Union School Flcnic— dishes, two with blue, and one with The Plum Creek children attend green glass. Pink peonies were ed a picnic of Union No. 7 schoo used for centerpieces, and 26 worn- at the Blackford park last Thurs en, including two out of town 1 guests,. Mrs. Hale, from Wyoming, a (cousin of Mrs. Delia Smith, and Helen Knutson, Armstrong, attended. After the business of the preceding year was finished, Mrs. Olga Wbrtman, the retiring president, gave a short talk on the year's work and welcomed the new president, Mrs. Gertrude Schissel, and then turned the meeting over to her. The secretary read the club by-laws and the call committee for the new year was read as | D ers who „„.- .._....— follows: Mesdames Jennie Gut- were Mrs> Chester Lamoreux, Es- igona. Haase drove to Fairmont ivionaay Mary Harris entertained the Al- evening to join their mother and -»V»n t rtl r»r»V»r>T»n n*t 1*1C* of o r»O ff^r nti LI TTfH 1!-» —• #n« n 4-**! TV i- n TW1«_ ing gona telephone girls at a party at her home here on Thursday even- g. Mrs. John Hull Sr. visited last week Wednesday at Hallard Snyder's a half mile north of Sexton. Marie Harris spent part of last brother William for a trip to Minneapolis Tuesday to attend exercises in which Minnie Haase will be graduated from the Hillcrest surgical hospital as nurse. She attended local schools to the eighth grade. Auxiliary Sells Poppy Quota— The Auxiliary sold its quota of (poppies SaiStirday morning at Fen- P. Stenzel, broke an arm when he ton and j n the afternoon at Whit- fell from his tricycle on the porch temore. At noon a covered dish • •' ' . . . satur-1 luncheon was served at Mrs. 'George Boettcher's. Wednesday af- week with her sister, Mrs. rence Hansen, near Wesley. Law- POPPIES ALL SOLD IN ONE DAYiTITONKA _ Tilonka, May 29—Auxiliary mem-1 Ci . p . . fi Crowd— 1 Graettinger, are parents of an 8- srs who sold poppies Saturday LOTh " re "vas a big crowd for the Ib. boy, Walter Harold, born May n«- rM,~~tn~ T nm/lffillv HI«- I J-il^i^ W.O o I ml«J«ll 4->» n f nl»YYl at* "R^rlA to the ground a week ago day. Patient Has Yellow Jaundice Mrs. Ray Hansen has beeu — . fined to bed with yellow jaundice, lie. Her sister, Blanche Buffington, has been doing the housework. Berle AIlsup is Mr. and Mrs. . ternoon, June 20, June being Fidac s — month, they will present a program Mrs. Ray Hansen has been con- and serve a lOc lunch to the pub- thcr Askins _ Fannie K eil, c Eva p et erson, Alice gadie Den ton, Galena May- Zwei- people were served. a iur i/uc 11*-*. ""j , " *»*«~. ' ve school 22. Mrs. Tindall, the former Berle At noon Allsup, is the daughter of Mr. and ]Mrs. Clarence Allsup, former Fenton residents. Mr. and Mrs. Her,_„ „„..„ „, „ . |Jmll „,„„ J1UOC . ,„ „„ man Haack are parents of a girl, rivmi— Olive Bruns, Anna Schenck, Carrie The town ball team p i ayed R a ke Delores Mae, born May 11. m was given at Bonacker, and Martha Bonacker.U Sunday score 5.3 ln favor of pnrnUliin^ lesson Given— •cUc" ^dSls^^"*^^^^, 1 ;!!^. i H ° Tm h e e St^ont'nonS'Tur- Iknecht' Alice Murray, Olga Wortman, Vera Williams, and Erma Woodwprth. The next meeting u< ouuiv . i , clivul , ) (will be with Mrs. Delia Smith. fel> Mary young, Geneva Sorenson, j, all yine Loseg to Ra j{ e _ 1 /M:. rn T3»*ittio A ntin ClrViP'no.lf. f!a.rri6 mi_ _ A i__n i «i«,. ay Reimers, Ringsted, drove to )es Moines last week Wednesday, iturning Thursday, accompanied y Wilfred Reimers, who is spend- ng a few days with his parents, Ar, and Mrs. Henry Reimers. Mrs. Nels Wilherg accompanied rtr. and Mrs. Martin Jensen to Du- uque Friday to visit her daugh- ers, Mesdames Ed Eisenschmidt nd Clarence Anderson. The Jen- ens went on to Illinois to visit a laughter. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. C. Laage and Editor and Mrs. J. A. Schwartz vis- ted at Lloyd Cairy's, Eagle Grove, Friday, and inspected a beautiful lower garden of peonies, iris, and gladioli, which is Mr. Cairy's lobby. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Burwash took ;heir daughter Sarah to an eye specialist at Estherville one day last week for consultation about an infection which they believe was caused by pink eye. Richard Hengel, who had been seriously sick at the Whittemore hospital, was so much improved Saturday that he was moved to his sister Mrs. Frank Schattschneider's, Whittemore. Ernest Luedtke, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Luedtke Jr., and Mrs. Carl Priebe drove to Savannah, Mo., Saturday to visit till Monday with Mrs. Herman Luedtke Sr., patient there. The Lewis Reeds, Webster City, stopped for a short visit with Mrs. Reed's sister, Mrs. Raymond Stoeber, Sunday, on their way from Fairmont where they had visited relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Jensen, Fort Dodge, have returned to Seneca, where they are with Peter's mother, Mrs. Christina Jensen. They are former Fenton residents. The Louis Reimers family arrived from Milwaukee, Wis., recently to visit Lou's mother, Mrs. Katherine Menz. "Lou" is on the police force at Milwaukee. The E. K. Johnsons and the Clarence Wegeners were entertained at Henry Wegener's Sunday and attended a mission festival at the Lutheran church. John Newel and his son Fred, local undertakers, are remodeling their store, a large room having been added for caskets and a| morgue. . Mrs. Fred Newel visited her mother, Mrs. Mary Sorensen, Waldorf, Minn., and her sister, Mrs. William Ford, Faribault, Minn., last week. ' Mrs. F. H. Bohn, daughter Mary Ann, and Mrs. a. B. Johnson were | Spencer shoppers Friday. Mrs. Helen Reeder entertained] her Sewing club last week Wednesday afternoon. That you were going to buy a new dress. Would you call your ready-to-wear dealer on the telephone and tell him to send one right up? Of course you wouldn't. You would go down town and look over several dresses very closely — ask the price of each one and personally select the dress that was best suited to your needs. Shouldn't you be just as particular about selecting the food that you and your family eat? Especially when you can see in glass what you buy in tins at ALGONA'S FINEST FOOD STORE. Gold Medal Kitchen Tested Flour, 49 Ibs., ------ 1.93 24 1-2 Ihs. 99c Unistn Flour, 49 Ihs. $1.49; 24 1-2 Ibs ----------- 80c PURE CANE SUGAR 100 IBS. Torch Light Tobacco 3~pkgs. 214-oz. eac: Ginger Ale, Lime Rickey, or White Soda, 24-oz. hottle, (plus deposit) ~t (\ f* only JLlfC. Blue Barrel Soap, 9£T/» 6 giant bars £t*J\* Grape Nut Flakes, ~t ^7 f* 2 for -*• • ** Jello, „ Kg* all flavors «* ^ Swans Down 9 ? /» CakeFJour 6f«Jt/ 2?:______ : 25c Black Oolong Tea (for iced ifk 14c Root Beer Extract, bottle Llpton's green tea, y 2 Ib. — Block Salt, 50 Ibs. Stock Salt, 100 Ibs. Johnson's Glocoat, paste and wax Cocoa,. Mother's, 2 Ibs. Corn, 3 cans Monarch Dessert Gelatin, pkg. Tomatoes, No. 2 can OUR MEAT—It's very fine—ask the people who eat it. Beef Roast, Ib. —-10c Pork Chops, Ib. ~13c and 17c Basket Grocery 'CHEVROLET IS RIGHT! After driving the Hew Chevrolet five miles, I'd never buy any other low-priced car!" man.'Frerking as, manager. Thejin the ^^ ""^"'""^uid'havel Mrs. Dr. R. C. Ball was hostess independence township, Palo Alto trio sang many songs in the Span- ™'"" uso id here' b ut the supply was to the Woman's club Friday even- count y, last week Tuesday. Attend- ish language, accompanied by the been sow here, u and Mrs Came Torgerson ing . Mesdames Bertl Berkland. tmftar. Some sang solos and Nor-| exnausleu - | an d Mrs. Mary Oesterreicher were George Seims, A. J. Kennedy, Alt- i _ _ ,1 .*_» ,T> «n Anil i\m£* wiiYniim ont<3 I _n Tir *kyrfU«n^ TH711 t*r\r\ ATTI AQ 1 guitar. Some sang solos and Nor man accompanied them on the p omine ncement Awards for it— oo —.Ml . 1 UJlt*l_L UrWW »»£•»— -— I \j\) 111 111*- HV^ ••»*'•• V *-.•••--•—•— .piano. These four boys have been In the commencement program broadcasting during the past year , ag( . week Wednesday night two over WKBB, a Dubuque station, ev- semor; , received scholarship ery week. They are starting on an awar ds. Their four years grades in eastern tour in June to spend their M h school averaged exactly thei 'vacation presenting their programs sa7ne , which is most unusual. They — - • • ~ " "-•" vr.rir i are He i en Heed and Ardltih Nau- Ardith took her first three Bring in Your Wool. [Full market price and lib- 1 grading. JOE GREENBEEG Phone 118 in Washington, D. C., New York City Philadelphia, Niagara Falls man< L/lLy •* lillllUcif"*"'? ii***&**»»» ' nialU /\iuii*ii fcwu.k *»-- t f etc. One of the boys gave a short years a t West Union. A citizen. .. jtT.ri.~i. _. A ..» M ioair\nci v\«vp I (^ujp award was conferred on will- FOR SERVICE SI 1 THE FILMIEST GOWN CLEANED talk on "What your missions have done for the people of Mexico." He is a minister's son, and has seven uncles who are ministers. They drove to Dubuque after the service Sunday evening in order to be in class Monday morning. Bible School Is Opened— The-Presbyterian church opened its annual Bible school Monday morning. The hours are from 8:30 to 11:30. Mrs. Frerking is superintendent of the beginners' class and is assisted in teaching by Fern Lewis and Anna Rlppentrop. Mary Jane Lewis heads the primary, ant Ida Telcamp and Elsie Steinhard assist her. Gertrude Wortman superintends the junior-intennedi ates, and Helen'and Mildred Bar gar and Ada Telcamp assist in teaching. tfew Music Teacher Hired- Evelyn Barrett, Plymouth, will ana ayiro. ivituy V/C»LCHGIVUGA *»*-..*- i^jeorge oeima, A. o. jn.ouucuj, "»».leaders. Roll call was monuments red Meyers. Mildred Wilson, Ames, in Soutlh America. This was the gave the lesson. last meeting this season. Tihe Ut^tlllfa LJJ13 »s?0.0l/il. Rev. and Mrs. L. G. Gart- Undertakers in Meet Here- am Kennedy. •lans for Memorial Pay— On Decoration day a color guard, a firing squad, the Legionnaires, and the Boy Scouts in uniform will meet at the Legion hall and thence go to the Wesley, Myers, German Reformed, German township, German Lutheran, and Buffalo .ownship cemeteries. Fire Have Fishing Yacation— Tom Young, Ernest Hansen, of Rudd, H. B. Bobbinghouse, of Des Moines, and Andrew Peterson drove to Minneapolis Sunday, and were there joined by R. D. Shaw, brother-in-law of Andrew for a week of fishing at Lake Vermelia • '-— Miller Nelsons Lose A daughter was born to Mr. ana Mrs. Miller Nelson last week Tues home 'Friday and will spend the summer here. She will .be a senior next year. Hazel and Edith Budlong, Hamp- day ton, will spend Decoration here. Their sister Hazel, who AlllC JtVC V i CLllU Uli. a. i^» V^« ^-i***w i(_i RIUVJA ».««n.v- u m»* ^•A.VUO mer's daughter Alice, who attend- A group meeting of undertakers ed school at Rowan during the ac- an d embalmers of Palo Alto, Em- .ademic year just closed, cam« me t, Kossuth, and Humboldt coun- ' 'ties took place at the Fenton hardware store last week Tuesday evening, 12 men present. A 6:30 dinner was served at the Dempsey cafe. Meetings were held every two months. School Closed With Picnic— The No. 9 school closed Friday with a community -picnic. Mary Conway, teacher, gave David Weisbrod a prize for highest average; Albert Rode a prize for perfect attendance; and Ruth Weisbrod a prize for perfect spelling. She will return next fall to teach the same school. , . teaches at Hampton, will finish I this year Friday. The Richard Dahls, Detroit, who were en route to South Dakota, pent last week Monday at Eric etersons. They planned to return ; risk washing your sheer summer gowns! ^e give perfect cleaning service. CJVC1J1A i*t*»»^*««v| — -rf —• • be the music instructor at Lakota next year to succeed Mrs. F. O. Johnson. The others teachers on I the faculty were all re-elected, but Mrs. Johnson did not accept the contract. The board decided to hire a full-time teacher and she I felt that with the many duties of a pastor's wife she could not do justice to both vocations. i Seeks Hospital Associate— Doctor Zeigler, who rented I Mary Rosenau house and has equipped for a hospital, went the it to KEEP LIGHT CLOTHES CLEAtf c5 y ? ur summer cwtb.es looking new al- frequent dry runs — Fur etor- •«« at nominal cost. • •*» Modern Cleaners Cl£UI|J£'vU iw* ** *»M*H-»-™-I Chicago last week to arrange for a medical partner to take charge of part of the work at the hospital. It will be remembered that the one [that was to come here last spring died suddenly en the eve of coming here after household goods naa been shipped. Wm. Schroeders Sr, Both 111- Mr. and Mrs. William Schroeder Sr. are both critically ill at their home 'iu the south part of town Mrs. Schroeder is suffering witn pleural pneumonia and Mr. Schroeder with bronchitis. A nurse from Woden is caring for them. Mr Schroeder is 82 and Mrs. Schroeder is 70 years old. Four Birthdays Celebrated- Four neighbors in the nortneas part of town had birthdays las day, but she lived only a shor time. This was the second child the Millers have lost. The other was a son, but he too died after a few hours. Senior Victim of Measjes— Trtihur Askin, high school senio came down with the measles las week Wednesday, and so could no attend the commencement exer cteeTHe was the only senior miss ing. __ Medical Student Comes Honift- Guido Sartor, attending the slat niversity, came home Sunday, an wS hla wife and baby is 1""™" ooms over his father Dr. Sartor's office week—Dorothy Clemans day, Donald Worley, Fi-rr three weeks. Arthur Askln, Harold . Krantz, nd William Denton drove to the kobpjis and Spirit Lake .Saturday vening to fish, returning Sunday. Richard Harms, schoolhouse jan- C. G. Five and Six Per Cent withsafety on In the low-pgricc motor car field there's nothing ^^ that wen compare* with Chevrolet's famous 5-mfc. ride. Nothing else to smooth and quiet. Nothing so steady and safe. Nothing so easy and restfcil. The reason is: No other car «t Chevrolet's price has any of the vital features pictured below— not a single one. And without these features, it's impossible to equal Chevrolet's ride! That's why Chevrolet says so confidently? ."Drive it 5 miles—YouTl never want anything-elsel",. CHEVHOLET MOTOR COMPANY. DETROIT, MICHIGAIt Coupon Ckmnbfi low iMvenl prictt and tmy G. M. A. C, term*. • AGmfroiMtforv Vabta tor, his family, and the Winters family drove 1.0 Mason ity Sunday to visit relatives. John Rodamaker, who had been d the Methodist hospital, Des loines, three weeks, following an iperation, came home Saturday. The William Quinns, Bancroft, he L. E. Krantzes, and the Byron Asas, Algona, were Sunday callers at R. L. Krantz's. La Vonne Larson, Algona, was here last week Wednesday evening o attend commencement exercises. Orlo Zweifel and Lowell Plumb drove to Spirit Lake Saturday night and spent Sunday fishing. Mrs. E. A. Hansen, of Rudd, is spending this week with Mrs. Tom Young, south of town. The Auxiliary meets with Mrs. Martha Bonacker this week Tuesday night. Gordon Nelson, Clear Lake, spent Sunday with Pauline Blak- Off for Fishing Yacation— Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Krause, son | Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Richard Goetsch, Frances Bailey, Warren Snyder, Bob Goetsch, and Pauline Osborn | left Sunday for Anchor Inn, Lake Winnebigoshlsh, northern Minnesota, for ten days of fishing. Methodist Y. P. Class Party— ALGONA' BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATION Inc. 1917 Authorized Capital $1,000,000.00 The Methodist Young People's S. S. class had a party at Reeder's last Thursday For 17 years this Association has continued to pay not less than 5%\ on paid-up shares and 6% on installment shares. JHAO o "• i A. continuous record since organ- Howard U za tion of good earnings, all very evening. | ca refuily secured through first | mortgage loans on Algona pr< _ conservatively appraised and in-1 sured. . , You can invest in a lump sum or start a savings of $1.00 per month Heeaer s iaot .iiimouttj »»^i*.** 0 . icareiuiiy oevjuiew v**»w— D ~ Games were played, and late in the mor tgage loans on Algona property evening a two-course lunch was I /tnnaorvntivelv annraised and in- served to 21. Mervin Jentz Party Host- Mrs. George Jentz entertained 27 . little folks Sunday afternoon 7 —anytime.. , ln ' Interest paid January 1st and iiLkku *.«»*».« *rf«i*»*«v- rf — -— - • i mere honor of her son Mervin's birthday. Jul lgt ^^ year . Other £e^ News. I EXPERIENCE AND CAKE IN Mr. and Mrs. John Tindall ley. .The Dick and Fred Welps spent . Sunday with relatives at Lakota. Fenton Girl to Wed. Fenton, May 29-Elvira Krause has resigned as music and English teacher in the Garner school, and has announced her approaching marriage to Enos Wrede son of the Lutheran pastor there. Mr. Wrede is a grocer at Burt .handling the savings of hundreds are of members in this Association to- jyir. auu oars, juim iiuuc*i. »•« o j niemoers in imo AHBU^"".'"" «•« parents of an 8-lb. boy, Walter getner w it n a continuous record of Harold, born May 22. Mrs. Tindall 8oun d earnings is your proof for was Beryl Allsup before marriage, the 8a f e t y O f this organization. 1 Boy Suffers Broken Arm ertain the Presbyterian Wednes imy, jjuuuvu ,Tu««".7, ,-^-_i Schroeder, and Mrs. Louise ClarK [Thursday, and in celebration four-family picnic supper was hew in Worley's back yard Thursday night. Birthday Is Observed- Irvin Koppen celebrated bis 17th New Restaurant Is Opened- The Sturdevant butcher shop has n'oon^c "supperwiuTe served^ Rev F. O. Johnson came from Knoxville Friday noon but Mrs. Johnson remained w°°h'her parents for a longer vistt or till her broken wrist is some- taurant. Surprise for Donald one i««« Luther League enter- !S-La,T5.°sra!B SHJhwr.^ s OW Mr. and Mrs. Baymond have a 10 3-4-lb. daughter, born walk from EMiruSS-™ 5 - wiu. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Allsup, former Fenton residents. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Simmons, Fairmont, are also parents of an 8-lb. girl, born May 23, named Jane Ellen. Mrs. Simmons is the former Ida Wolfgram. Herman Dreyer and his daughters Ruth and Alice went to Omaha one day last week, where Alice at- ended a Walther League conven- ion as delegate. On the way home .hey were to stop at Iowa City, where Martin Pertl is attending school, and bring him home. Mrs. Dorothy Gerhards and Mrs. THE AIGONA BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Directors and Officers. H. R. Cowan .President M. G. Norton Vice President C. R. La Barre ...Sec'y-Treasurer G. W. Stlllman Council SHOCK-PROOF STEERING ! • t ' - -C/r «m M. P. Weaver E. J. McEvoy A. L. Peterson W. B. Quarton j R Worleys, the Frank K»lTs. and the William Turleys were guests of the Howard Lath- rops at Thompson Sunday. Mrs Hllmer Hansen'a mother, M» MaurTtad, wh6 makes her home with the Hansens, was reported quite sick Sunday. v William Ley Jr. spent last.wees visiting friends at Iowa City. He Sects to attend Iowa university on Worley is working ou the farm for the Wade Balls. CANDIDATE FOR RE-ELECTION M. J. DUFFY FOR County Treasurer of KOSSCTH COUNTY on the Democratic Ticket. Your vote and support will be appreciated at the primary election June 4th, f. "I Save CHEVROLET SIX KOHLHMS BROS., DISTRIBUTORS Phone 200—Algona Service Motor Co* Sirt Boderlek 4*to Co, l«oiw •I ti 1 \ ,' »i • ^ J 1 I

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