Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 31, 1934 · Page 7
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Clot Reaches ^ and Death is Instant. ,. A H. Stock had ^fmcked Algona Sun- JMIII shocKeu t ^ e m0 rn- dcad : to &>., was when in were callers i- m* conversation, fctre was silence, and i« k d into the room she I out on the floor. An*" ? U A.. the nurse, a anud, also Doi j'was past help. hdin.7 Blood Clot. the victim of a 'ached the heart. . n o heart disease. She ^"passed a Physical ex, A blood clot may end life at any moment. , services were conducted fternoon at the Congre- Zrchby the Rev. J. S Pastor, and burial in Riverview, je Here 87 Years Ago. jock's maiden name was Powell, and she was born Minn., August 30, as In her 59th year at parents, Mr. and Mrs. •11 moved to Primghar „ in 1879 to Sanborn, "was graduated from I, She then took a course IBS college at St. James, . for a year was book.„• a Sanborn lumberyard. [in on September 9,1896, iwell and Mr. Stock were in 1897 they came jater for short periods they [dear Lake and Algona. In returned to Algona, i been the family home mi, 8 Children Survive. Jtock and three children L, L. Stock, Marysville, iKenaeth Stock, Sioux City; •nice Stock, Eagle Grove There are two brothers, well, Chandler, Minn., and icum, of Florida. Mrs. j step-father, Frank Whea- ts at Sanborn. There are (andchildren, Stock was vice president of i unit of the Legion Aux- i member of the Congrega- •ch and Aid, and a past t of the Woman's club and try Aid society. She had [years been active in many 1 Algona women's undertak- TKINITY LUTHKHAK, ]'. j. Braticr, Pastor—English communion will bo celebrated next Sunday. Sunday school and Bible class, !):30 a. m.; English confessional services, 10 a. m.; English divine services, 10:30. Announcements for the communion will bo received Saturday at the parsonage. Confirmation instruction Saturday, !) a. m. Young People's meeting tomorrow evening at 8. The Ladies' Aid meets next week Thursday with Mrs. Leonora Peck, 513 N. Thorington. CONGJIKGATIONAL, ,T. Kobl. lloorncr, Pastor—The L. 0. A. society will meet at Mrs. Moe's tonight. Services for Sunday: church school, 10 a. m.; morning wor-> ship, 11, Sermon Topic, the Ultimate Decency of Tilling!*. Children's day June 10. Parents desiring to have children 'baptized will please notify the pastor. FIIIST LUTHERAN, iff. A. Sjostrand, 1'nstor—Confirmation class Saturday, 10 a. m. Morning: worship next 'Sunday at 9; Sunday sdhool, 10. IT. 1!. White s, Km t Friday Saturday at Sioux City on' lin ' ! i Ployed at the tolopho PAGE Orinnell today after her (laughter, Marguerite Dal/.icl, who has com- plctod the first year at Orinnell col lego. Mr. and Mrs R. E. Kain, their rt_aughtor Alice, and tilio II. Ifl.'s Mary attended commence- MO Office, ment exercises of Presentation! I1CKH. Mrs. Al her birthday evening. i «'««* Hly on busHJ^Vt^o w -.»» -o, 1B n , my, Whittemoi-e, Sunday in is spniiding Uiis wook PiTbMt wm Whld " tlmG thc Kain llieco ' Al1 "- 'UhcnlHilncr enlerl.ainod j vi,i, relative am rie,T,s\nn T" ncs l cni *" nor . was K««'1u«te«l. y club l lw t Thursduylnoupolls and Sioux Fall* next HeSehner "^ '" ° Fra " k SiiTiuVwHh M rnC n Bl B . Urtl SPCllt l Ml> ' aml IV "' S •'•• •'• •'••>'»". Waso- M H L " ,± IlraC ° " molhor - <"'.. Mi »"'.-. «'»!° Sunday, callc.1 by Sioux Falls next T. .). Tobin, Waso, news of iho illness of Mrs. Tobin'-s Fivo fjlassoH of West Rend pu- i '''roUuT, Jos. Co.sgrovc who died Pils pir.nickf'd Friday at tho Am- u l llL "'K^- 'H'le Tobins are guests of Mr.s. Tobin's sister, Mrs. Ceo. Hol/.bauer. Bctwy spent Dcconation 'day""at'., Dr ' J - N ' Kcneflck, Dr. F. broHo A. Call .slate park. D. Quarton and his daughter Judge W. B. Qiiartou's. While returned ycstar- Sa,wyer, and O. D. Shumway loft yesterday morning for Cass Lake, day from Minneapolis, where ho wll cro they are, fishing this week, had visited friends since Saturday! 1 ' rlloy aro expected home early next Miss Alma Hceton, of Sheffield,' wo «k, but if thc luck is good may IH visiting Ibis week at the homo • sljl > r of her sister, Mrs. H. If. Gudorian. Mr. and Mrs. George Good, Spi.,''', M Mrs> Frnnk Gronbachjnt I.uko, jnrt tlieir son Jerry came, Sunday to visit the Walter Good* and Mrs. Good's parents, Mr. and Mr.-i. H. 1'. Benson. Mrs. Good and lier son remit in o'l for a visit till visited the former's parents, Mr and Mrs. Gottlieb Gronbach, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Tiodo and Fred Tiodo, all of I,u Verne, wcrell"'s week-end, guests at the Louis Hint/, homo \ Mr. and Mrs. Gust Bacsslor, Mrs. y> Frieda Steussy, son Melburn, and ICIEKERSIWILLI PROGRAM j Creek, May 30—The Ger- nd and double quartet will the following program at tan school hall here this lay evening at 8 o'clock: Band Band WRESTLERS AND BOXERS IN 2ND PROGRAM HERE Wildin Holds Sailor Thorigan in Fast Boxing Bout. Another fast program of boxing and wrestling was carried out last Thursday evening at the I. 0. 0. F. hall. All bouts wero well balanced except one, and the final three main goes were thrillers. The lead event, eight rounds of boxing by Lewis Wildin, Algona, and Sailor Thorigan, Sioux City, ended in the fifth round. Thorigan had seemed to have the edge, but a few well planted gloves by Wildin wilted him for the count three times in the fourth round, and he passed out in the fifth. Wildin, promoter of the bouts, has won all fights to date. The main wrestling match lasted the time limit of an hour, and when the final bell rang each of the contestants, Nick Olson, Humboldt, and Bud Rule, Fort Dodge, had a fall. This match was well balanced, but at times the Texas rules provided thrills. The referee pulled the wrestlers apart a few times for pulling hair and strangle holds, and practically got into the fight himself when the contestants objected. Local Boy in Good Showing. The semi-windup round was a surprise for Algonians, in that John Baker was able to hold Kenneth Haviland, Humboldt, four rounds in Baker's favor before Haviland landed a few which sent Baker down for the count in the fifth. Baker, a senior at St. Cecelia's academy, has had little experience, but his holding an experienced opponent so long means thai orry While spent the week-end Mr. and Mrs. Clias. Hansolman, all with Delta Phi R],» fraternity | of Lu Verne, and the William Wet- brothers at Cornell college, Mount | /els and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Po- Vernon. Mrs. Emma Donnoy, Minneapolis sister of Mrs. B. H. Winkle, carnc Sunday for a visit here till after Memorial day. |tratz, Lone Rock, visited the Max Basts Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. R. R. Kennedy, of Minneapolis, came Tuesday to spend Memorial day with the T. C. County Treasurer Duffy Sheriff si^ma^ Mrs. Ke^ and Mrs! Dallhausor, and I J. Dooley at-, Sherman aro sisters, and they wero ended a democratic caucus at Ti- daughters of the late Mr. and Mrs. tonka Monday evening. Tom LantrVi i Ruth Black, Algona, was Iho Mr. and Mrs. David C. Ward and only now patient at the Kossuth! their daughter Jane will go to Red hospital the past week. She entered Oak early next week to spend a Friday for medical treatment. Iwook with Mr. Wn,-d' K nnrnnta Mr was present in official capacity as district deputy, and Messrs. McMahon and Winkol were delegates from the local council. Lucia, Wallace will accompany Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wallace, of Ifolilywood, Calif., on a trip to points in Wisconsin. ..They will leave Monday. Miss Wallace will •not return witih them, but will remain at Matt.oon, Wis., for a several weeks visit with a sister. The Wallaces will visit briefly (here on The Rev. L. A. Crull is expected I 'J 1011 ' 1roturn ! rom , Wisconsin 'be fo le f0 ' homo - Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Burns and tho children, Ruth Ann and James, spent Sunday at Esthervillo, guests of Mr. Burns' parents. Mr and Mrs. W. A. Foster will week with Mr. Ward's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Ward. Mr. Ward, who is a local teacher, may remain hero for the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mercer will go to Indianola this week-end , . ..... t,vj i..., .1 maituium, LIIIO »UU1V-U11U drive to Mt. Vernon Sunday for f or a visit with the latter's parents, their daughter Mary Elizahetlh, a - -student at Cornell college. in Sawmill Quartet Band [Housewife, a reading." in Germany ...... .Band -Quartet Speech ! Wheel Alvin Ruhnke -Band Wtslleder Speech.Aug. Meyer Band Quartet Band Band Band Hopkins »»Suddenly at lason City Home of Mason d, j '"'""i "i ivmson °^y morning at 6 g* having been critically >«ral hours with heart disservices will be con- in time he will be on the better cards of north Iowa if he pursues the boxing game. Preliminary bouts were all of four rounds. In. the first Buddy Jones and Eddie Johnson, both of Algona, went the time limit, the latter seemingly having the best of it. Dean Jergenson and Young Olson, also both of Algona, went the limit, Jergenson having the better of it. Wild Boar Wilts Again. Bud Monson, West Bend, was the better man in the third preliminary against Wendell Jergenson. Wild Boar, Humboldt, who was knocked out in the first five seconds in a bout here three weeks ago, failed again to show fight, becoming groggy in the first round artd taking the count from Gordon Worster, Algona. Bud Rule, who wrestled here last week but boxed three weeks ago, took part in a Legion fight card at the Expo-Park coliseum Friday at Des Moines, in a preliminary. Johnny Cosgrove, Titonka who has not appeared on any of the local cards, was also on the Des Moines card. The C. L. Blileys went to Ottumwa Sunday for a visit •\yith friends till today. Mr. Bliley is manager of the local Graham store. R. J. Harrington spent tihe week-end with friends at Mason City, and Helen Corey accompanied him to visit Mary Mitchell. Mrs. A. D. Adams and her son Bobby spent Tuesday at Bricelyn, Minn., decorating the former's mother's grave for Decoration day. Mr. and Mrs. George G. Cole, of Cooper, and their daughter Elinor and a friend came Saturday to visit Mrs. Cole's sister, Mrs. B. A. Thorpe. Mrs. R. M. Wallace has been at the Colonial hospital, Rochester, since last week Wednesday. Doctor Wallace will bring her home this veek-end. Katherine Van Ness, who teadh- es at Onawa, spent tihe week-end with Ilier father, E. J. Van Ness. 3he will come Ihome tomorrow for ;he summer. Dr. and Mrs. R. J. Laird, of Des Moines, and their daughter Linda came Tuesday to spend Memorial day with the former's mother, Mrs. EUa Laird. G. A. Brunson has been here a few days. Among other things he was rustling up votes for one of the republican candidates for attorney general. L. J. Crammond, well known Al- gonian, whose father operated a harness shop here many years, came down from Sioux Falls for Memorial day. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Sjostrand, St. Peter, Minn., came Saturday and spent Sunday at their son the Rev. M. A. Sjostrand's, returning to St. Peter Monday. The Rev. Mr. Furstenau returned ecently from Watertwon, Wis., vhere he had spent eight months vith a widowed sister. He plans to go back in the fall. Mr. and Mrs. John Hohenberger ind the Rev. W. H. Schlie, Livermore, visited the Gottlieb Gron- Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Ervin. The VIercers will return next Septem- jcr. Mr. Mercer "is athletic coach n the local schools. Mrs. Arnold, mother of Estelle Arnold, Algona teacher, ami the, former's daughter Audra, of Garden Grove, came Tuesday to remain till Friday, when they will take Estelle iliome. Estelle will return to Algona next September.' C. A. Momyer spent Monday and Tuesday at Sioux City, attending an Iowa Title association convention. Mr. Momyer accompanied George R. Lundeman and Hugh H. Shepard, Mason City. Mr. Momyer is a member of the executive board. Consul General and Mrs. Harold B. Quarton, of Guayaquil, Ecuador, were expected Tuesday for several weeks 'with the consul's parents* Judge and Mrs. W. B. Quarton. The past two weeks were spent at Milwaukee with a sister of Mrs. Quarton. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Ingham drove up from Des .Moines last Thursday, and next day went on to Sioux City to call on Mrs. Sylvania Rice, who lives with her daughter, Mrs. G. L. Taylor. Mrs. Rice's hus- this week-end for an extended stay witiln tho J. L. Bonars. Mr. Cruli,, who is Mrs. Bonar's fatllier, has.] spent several winters here, but I last winter he spent with a daughter a Salem, Ore., and for the last! month or so Hie has been with aj daughter at Brooklyn. Kate Skinner, Fort, Dodge, camei homo iSnturday, 'having completed her first yoar of teaching English in tlhn Fort Dodge high school. Lola Dreesinan ihas returned from VaMey Junction, where sho 'had spent the past school year in an administrative position with tho Valley Junction schools. Mrs. Fay Hopkins, Glondale, Calif., and her daughter Patricia and Barbara arrived last night to attend the funeral of tho former's brother-in-law, Clarence W. Hopkins, Mason City. They will spend several weeks with Mrs. Hopkins' parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Moulds, and with Fay's mother, Mrs. C. W. Hopkins. Marion, Carolyn, and Floyd Todd spent Monday and Tuesday with local friends. Marion is a registered nurse at Washington, Io- and Carolyn and F.loycl are with their father, J. C. Todd, at Princeton, Mo. Floyd has just been graduated from hig'h school at Centralia, Mo., whore his father lived till recently, George Podley, Gilham, Ark., ar- •ived last Thursday, and plans to farm near Algona. He owns a 40- acre tract near Gilham, but be- :ause of poor health has rented it for this season and plans to work out. He is at present with his cousin, C. F. Nolte. Mr. Pedley once farmed four miles southeast of Algona. The Wm. Rynos and Mrs. Ryno's sister, Irene Lamuth, all of Fort Dodge, came Tuesday to attend commencement exercises at the high school auditorium that night. Mrs. Ryno's niece, Marie Bode, was graduated. The Rynos, who went home last night, were guests of Mrs. Ryno's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Lamuth. W. S. Windell, who is a candidate for the republican nomination for county treasurer, recently had a fatty tumor of the groin removed. .He had expected to be laid up a week, but it took five weeks which seriously handicapped his campaign. During the last week or so he has .been getting about as much as possible. Mrs. Mel Peterson left Des Moines Sunday for New York City. She will spend a month with her husband, Lieutenant Mel Peterson. The fleet is now anchored in the! New York City harbor, and the president will review it today. The son Mel Jr. is staying witlj his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Murtagh, Des Moines. Don M. Stiles, farm editor, and 1 , fo l^ le ™ f0 ' h . omo - Tr Bernadll ° B arbaran. Harpers uesday, after visits CALL T WIDER Westen SOUND the W. J, Paynes and the John since Saturday, local dentists, H. M. Olson, . L. McCorklc, L. G. Baker, A. D. Adams, and C. D. Schaap, have agreed to close their offices at 1 )'clock Saturday afternoons during tho summer. The new arrangement goes into effect this week. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Long drove to Nora Springs Sunday after the (laughter Doris, who had completed her first year of teaching in high school there. Doris will spend the week-end at Grinnell college, of which sho is an alumnus, and will attend commencement exercises in which several old friends will be graduated. She will bring home her sister, Arba Dee, who has completed thc freshman year there. The W. E. Lairds have sold their Algona Beach, Clear Lake, lot and cottage to a young Mason City couple named Thomas. This beach, which consists of a single block, was originally built up by Algon- ians, but the W. C. Dewel cottage is now the only one left which is owned here, though Dr. and Mrs.' A. L. Rist, who did not rebuild af- ,er the tornado of three years ago, still own a lot there. The new owner of the Laird cottage is re- nodeling it. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. McMahon go to Sioux City for Saturday and Sunday to attend ordination services into the priesllliood for the latter's brother, James Duhigg. Bishop Heelan, of tihe Sioux City diecese, will conduct the services, and FaUher Duhigg will say his first mass at Emmetsburg next week Wednesday. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dulhigg, Em- metaburg, and received his B. A. degree from Columbia university, Dubuque. For the past three years he has heen attending St. Paul's seminary, St. Paul Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Tierney, Mason City, and their two children went home Sunday, after a visit with Bernard's mother, Mrs. Geo. Holtzbauer. Mrs.Tierney spent last week at Bancroft, at tihe bedside of her grandmother, Mrs. O'Dell, who suffered a third stroke recently, and is an critical condition. The Tierney daughter Marilyn spent the week witih the Hol- tzbauers and the son Craig was with Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Tobin, Nashua. The Tobins brought Craig ihere Sunday and went Ihome that night. Mrs. Tobin is a sister of Mrs. Holtzbauer.' Konieinbcr, it's alwnys comfortable Ice, water, air .sanitor. Northwest Iowa's Summer Resort. Tliursdny, Friday, ]ffny 31, June \ JANKT GAVNOR ClfAS. FAKKiar, JIMMY DUNN GINGER ROGERS in Change of Heart Saturday, Double Feature, June 2 MAY ROBSON "You Can't Buy Everything" —and— HOOT GIBSON in a big fun and thrill show. New Paramount NOTTS Serial Scrappy Sunday and Monday, Juno 3 and ITAKK GAJtlOl, MYRNA LOYi WJff. POWELL in "Manhattan Melodrama" Tuesday, June 5—Bank Night OTTO KRUGER KAREN MORLEY NILS ASTIIER in "The Crime Doctor" Wednesday-Thursday, June C and 7, WARNER BAXTER SYLVIA FROOS -1 SHIRLEY TEMPLE •', in "Stand Up and Cheer" ,„. Saturday, June 8—Richard Dlijj Irene Dunn, in "Stingaree." .Sunday and Monday, Juno 9 and 10—Joan Crawford In "Sadie McKee." VOTE FOR Eleanor J. Rahm For the Democratic Nomination for . "• County -Recorder band, the late Daniel Rice, was Mr. his family spent Memorial day at Ingham's uncle. Mrs. W. C. Dewel went to Evanston, 111., Saturday night for a week with her son, Dr. B. F. Dewel. She was also to see her Evanston and Chicago doctors for check-ups on results of her operation and x-ray treatment last year. She is expect- for burial | n Ri verv f ew bachs and the George Hohenberg- ers Sunday afternoon. Bertha E. Johnson and her sis- ,er, Mrs. Edna Forst, Cedar Rapids, vith whom the former had spent three weeks, came here Tuesday, and Mrs. Forst remained till today. George 'De Groote, Rutland, entered the General hospital last week Wednesday for medical treatment. Irving 'Seeman, Algo- undewent a tonsillectomy and 9 IMS t u A ,1886 here. He was mar- are two 18 ' and For Economy in Office Your support will be appreciated. ed home this week-end. Mrs. M. 0. Emmons, Ladysmith, Wis., and her daughter Mildred havo been visiting old friends here, and they were callers Sunday at the Stock home when Mrs. Stock fell dead. The Emmons family farmed here many years ago and later liyed in town. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Baier, of Des Moines, came a week ago Saturday or a week at the Henry Baier Sr. lome. Mr. and Mrs. O'Keefe, also Des Moines, came Friday for the veek-end. Mrs. O'Keefe, a daugh- er of the Balers, is in the employ of the Register and Tribune. Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Chubb go to Delevan, Minn., where a sister of Mr. Stiles lives and their mother is buried. Their father, a retired Baptist minister who lives at Garden City, Minn., was there, and there was a family reunion. Farmers in that part of Minnesota are feeling blue over the drought. Mr. and Mrs. John G. McDowell and their baby son go to Iowa City early next ,week, and Mr. McDowell will attend six weeks of summer school at the state university. During their absence Mr. and Mrs. Five are Graduated By Bancroft's H. S. Bancroft, May 30 — Commencement exercises were Iheld ilast Thursday evening at the Bancroft high school auditorium. Gratia.ue.4 were -Meivina 'Helinsky, Lichlitcr, .Arbun Doane, Caylor, and Raymond Ditswortfi. Ole T, Naglestad, Sioux City, candidate for attorney general on thei republican tifliet, gave the address. James Ralph Hospital News Fred Pooch will occupy; their j treatment Mrs . j. F . gchoby, Alhouse. Mr. McDowell is principal | 0 entered the hospital Sunday - - «•_.-. and Will Opened June 2 opened flO rf-1 v^GHCU to maakse ™ e water needs ers ialce it warm enough iiow l tlck ^areV lerk ' 8 « |ft; ch|M, W: ch »<Jreu Wfch 10 ,,.* 0 15 ' ision s 1& oaths, $2. lar i e *"^ c and ar ees for suits v^ e »«U be ob- 10c - Algona Youth Wins Scholarship Honor Max; son of Mr. and Mrs. (B. P Ridhardson, was named an -hono student at Iowa State college, a Ames, for the second • consecutiv* time, when he was one of a grour of students EO. distinguished at an Honor day banquet given by tlb£ Iowa State chapter of the American Association of University Professors last Thursday. Students 'ranking in the vMjper three percent in scholarship are ttous honored. Max is a sophomore in electrical engineering. Bob, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Cliff, Ames, former Al- gonians, was also one of toe honor students. He is a sophomore. • Bank at Armstrong Seeks III Release The Armstrong First Trust & Savings bank, which for a year has been operating under state senate file No. Ill, under which new deposits have to be segregated and cannot be used for loans, old deposits meanwhile being tied up, is endeavoring to obtain the consent of the old depositors to 50 per cent waivers, and if waivers are secured from a majority of the old depositors owning 75 per cent or more of their deposits the bank will reopen unrestricted. •Mrs. W C. Good, Algona, Clair Winkie, Burt, and Mrs. T. J. Coon, Algona, entered the Kossutih hospital last Ttarsday for medical Big Furniture Auction ! Saturday, June 2nd 1:30 p. m. NAUDAIN BUILDING, NEAK KENT GABAGE This is by far the largest consignment to be sold in months'* Far too large to itemize. of the high school and teaches history and American government. afternoon, also for medical treatment. Among other things In this sale are unclaimed freight; merchandise consisting of eight packing cases of dishes, clothing, etc. Furniture consisting of oak and walnut dining room suites, over-stuffed davenports, breakfa st sets, drop leaf tables, a number of good ice boxes ranging f rom 50 to 100 Ibs., chairs, radios, rugs, chest of drawers, shop tools. Bring in your live stock or anything you have to sell. Attend this large auction. Auctioneers, Col. C. O. Riddle L. H. DOCKHOKN, Des Koines Jack Burtis, Minneapolis, spent i Mrs _ Mike K ; schi st Joei un a e r- Monday with old friends here. He ( went a surg i ca i operation Monday; is spending this week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Burtis, Lu Verne, former Algoniaris. 'Jack is Mrs. Burton Arrowood, Algona, a minor surgical operation, also on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Everett employed by the Jewell Tea Co. as ' Handler's new son, born at the auditor, and beginning next week .hospital Saturday, has T)een named will be at Minneapolis. He has Lawrence Everett. he Okobojis tomorrow to spend been traveling in the same capac- Tuesday. , Norman Walker and Helen Goeders spent the week-end with the former's parents, at Sioux City Jeanette Goeders and June Corey spent the week-end with friends at Des Moines. Ella Zumach and Esther Dearcns are expected Saturday from Cedar Falls, where they attend the Iowa State Teachers' college. Margare Vigars and Margaret Habegar wil return Monday. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Kohlhaas are parents of a boy, their sixth child and the fourth boy, born Friday. Mr and Mrs. Earl Steinman, west of Algona, are parents of a boy, also born Friday. C B. Murtagh attended a Palo Alto county'democratic powwow at Emmetsburg last week Wednesday night and came here next day, remaining till Sunday, when he returned to Des Moines. Katharine Kain, who Ihas beer« employed at Chicago since last September, is now employed at the World's fair grounds m a clerical capacity. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tfaos. Kam. Eva Brown, who has been em ployed by the Western Union Tele- g aph Co, has entered the employ o W. M. Bell company, Milwaukee and Cedar Rapids, as assistant to the local manager, W. M. Geermg Mr and Mrs. Hans Johannsen, ol , and their son Durwood Sunday with the formers the summer at Miller's Bay with he Freeman Patches. Mrs. Patch is Mrs. Chubb's sister. The Chubb house has been rented to Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Rice. Mr. Rice is proprietor of the Algona Bakery. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Cook, their daughter-in-law Mrs. Russell Cook, the granddaughter, Hazel Dutton, and Glen Peeter went to Dubuque Tuesday for a visit till Friday. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Cook, who hailed from Dubuque', attended an old settlers' picnic there on Memorial Mrs. T. P. Harrington and R. J. Harrington drove to Grinnell yesterday for the daughter Bernice, who has completed her junior year there. Mrs. E. W. Lusby drives to ty in territory adjacent to Minneapolis. • Esther Lamuth, who has been clerically employed at the telephone office the past three years, has resigned, and her successor Is Genenieve Hartshorn, who has been employed in the office for some time. Esther, who will be married early in June to Carroll Puth, an employe of the company, is the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Lamuth. L. A. Winkel, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. McMahon, and District Court Clerk E. J. McEvoy returned last week Tuesday from Cedar Rapids, where the men attended sessions of the annual state convention of the Knights of Columbus. Mr. McEvoy Marie Richlter, .nurse at the hospital, went to her home at~St. Benedict Tuesday (to take care of her grandfather. .Richard, son of 'Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Pool, fell from a pordh. Sunday afternoon and both bones in the rigM arm were' fractured. A shower for Lucille Kunz, wlho has been office girl for Doctor Cretzmeyer, was given at the Ambrose A. Call iState park 'Saturday evening toy the nurses at Che hos pital. After a picnic dinner at titoe park the girls returned to tihe hospital for cards. There were 15 nurses in attendance, and a Mrs. Fitzpatrick Mason City, iwas d guest of Mrs. Walter Lichter. Miss Kunz will be married soon to K. W. Wehler. WHITE'S GROCERY Week End Specials Peaches, dried fancy, 2 Ibs. — 25c Prunes, small . sweet, 3 Ibs. — 25c FOR SALE CHEAP-ONE 3-horse two-row cultivator.—Carl Hutch- 10p37 manager Pool Euns Pitchfork Into Arm. Whittemore, May 29 — While working for H. R. Zumach, Albert Baas had tbe misfortune to fall from a wagon and ran a tine of pitchfork into his arm. r of a men's clothing store The T barber Bjellands were Eag le Grove Sunday. Mrs. Bjel- Fand's mother, who has for some years been in frail health recw Mr fell off a chair in the yard at home and suffered a broken shoul- Mrs D. E. Dewel took her aunt Mayme Snodgrass. to Fort Dodge Friday to catch a tram for "u o grass has spent several month here. Gertrude Kucbenreuther, em Starch, Laundry, '3 Ibs. 19c Crackers, white, 2 Ibs. _„_ 18c Toilet Paper, 4 Jfc-^ 1,000 sheets, 4 _ I «JU Beans, navy, 5 Ibs. 19c Peaches, Pears, Prunes, Apricots, Cherries, and Pineapple Two Cans 29c BUY NOW—Flour and Sugar, also No. 10 Fruits. LOST—SUNDAY MORNING TWO . your vote and support will be ap- mil'es south Algona, a Boston bull i predated.—Paul A. Nemitz, Fenns. OTA-TOES FOR SALE late potatoes, graded, 65c DU, miles west Burt. __± FOirilENT-COOL FURNISHED apartment, 3 rooms.-Mrs. Frank terrier, light brindle with white | ton, markings. Answers to name Gay.' If found phone Don Stiles, Advance office or 621. Reward. 13u37 soy SAljili rn.nii'-'"*-' , m. bean seed. -S. G. Keagle^i- ETSTHrCREAM-VEGA Separ- Pull tractor, 20-40 and one six- cyliuder Rumely tractor. - Theo. -tf WANT TO TRADE—13-INCH John Deere gang plow for 18-in. Fordson tractor plow.-See or wiite Ben Knox, Burl glp37 fEDGES TRIMMED. LAWN work done, dogs clipped and bathed, is for sale. — HugR Boston WE WISH TO EXTEND OUR deep appreciation to all who. showed such kindness and aided iis during our recent bereavement. — A. H. Stock and Children. 26p32-37 WOW! WHAT A SALE! THEY'RE going fast— those 3500 Majestic Radios at as much as 45 per cent off the advertised price. That some saving on one of the world's finest radios. Don't miss your opportun- I AM A CANDIDATE FOR County Treasurer on the democratic icket, subject to the will of the voters at the June primaries.— Your support will be appreciated. —M. J. Duffy. ity._Gainble Stores. 36-37 OUR INTEREST RATE TO BOR- rowers is being reduced to 6 per cent on July 1. If you are planning on building a home, remodeling, or want to refinance your present mortgage, avail yourself of the low interest rate plan of the Aleona Building & Loan Association. 37(2)tfu ANNOUNCEMENTS I WILL BE A CANDIDATE FOR the nomination for sheriff in the June primaries subject to the will of the republican voters of Kos- sutli county.— W. H. Ricklefs, tonka. 28- (2) 24tf I AM A CANDIDATE FOR THE republican nomination for supervisor in the Fourth district, aad E. J. McEvoy Candidate for the Democratic nomination for District Court Clerk Economy in conduct of the office has resulted in savings during the pagt year. T35e support and cooperation of . the public is appreciated. n General Tires Hot weather ie on. Take no chances, and replace the worn out tires. GOODEICH TIEES 450-21 $7.75 475-19 $8.20 525-18 $10.00 30x5 truck, 8 ply _$17,80 32x6 truck, 10 ply $30,30 440-21 $4.45 475-19 $5.20 450-20 $4.70 525-18 $6.20 450-21 $4.90 525-21 $6.80 Buy now, while the prices are low. We certainly have a nice fresh stock of tires to choose from. JOE GREENBERG

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