Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 14, 1934 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 14, 1934
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KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA PAGE BJJJVMI 1.1" 1 ; ""- ;: "£ maiden last which name at death Editor J. W. Haggard is driving a new tan Buick Victoria. Mrs. Merlin Johnson went to Hunvboldt Tuesday to visit relatives. Ruth Barkley, Mason C'.ity, spent the week-end at Mrs. T. P. Harrington's. Hazel Potter, employed at. the Iowa State bank is Jhaving a week's vacation. Verti Steil, Sioux City came home last week-end for the summer. She nflnr three weeks with tho parental William Wliirlpys. Doctor Shirley i--. on the staff of Uie university (iliildren's hoKpit.nl. The Hev. I,eon S. Dudley, CJood- liind, Kans., ;md IHK son Dudley stfippcd overnight. Saturday with the former's sister-in-law, Mrs. Rachel Shiiekelford. They were onrout.e t.o Mussacliusetts. day at. t.heir homo. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Miller, south of town, arc parents of a boy, born Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hut.ledge, Lone Rock, are parents of a girl, born Monday. Mr.-. F. W. Wehler and her daughter Marie drove to Omaha Saturday nicirning, and returned that night, with the former's Knuiddaugher, Peggy Wehler, \vho as usual will spend the summer 1 here. Peggy is the daughter of II. K. Wehler. Mr .and Mrs. 10. R. Sellstrom drove to Minneapolis Sunday and brought home their daughter Dorothy, who had boon attending a Mr.s. II. T. Miller, Oklahoma., house party of the Tail Mil Tail City, Okla., wa day, and plhe wi teaches in the Sioux City schools. | 0 f the summer was a ngJf-TST«— Lfes^bS Raymond Krescnsky went to Iowa City last Thursday to visit. his sister-in-law, Mrs. Walter Kresensky. Harry Mangan, Minneapolis, conies tomorrow for an extended visit with his sister, Mrs. M. C. McMahon. Kenneth and Carl Mcdin, students at Iowa State college, Amus, got home for the summer vacation expected yester- spend UH> rest parents Dr. and Mrs. P. V. Janse. Mr. Miller is a high school coach. The (.!. II. Clements left Sunday morning for northern Minnesota to visit Mrs. Clement's parents in the. bake Hasca region. Mr. ('lenient, H one of tilie proprietors of the barber shop under the Algona iliotel. Mr. and Mrs. D. JJ. Goeders and Mr. and Mrs. II. Lampright, t or homo * ' with her. has lived in Call! eBi 1898 Some 15 years I r !ied Mr. McCune and at Santa Monica till he .. ... 12 years ago. JandcWldren, and one great&"*"„-.... McDonald son or Dived bm OF LEWIS IE1VER HELD HERE Saturday. lola Lehman, employed at Des Moines, spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Lehman, Hobarton. Emma Spongberg went to Iowa City last week-end to attend summer school. She will teach at Fayettc next fall. Father T. J. Davern is spending this week at retreat in Sioux City. He left Monday noon and is expected home tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Goeders weni to Des Moines yesterday, Mr. Goeders to attend a meeting of the state fish and game commission. Dorothy McNeil is working at the Behlmer confectionery, substitut ing for Alice Behlmer, who is now employed at the swimming pool. Catherine Streit returned Sun spent Saturday evening at Clear Lake and Mason City. Mr. Goed- rs and Mr. Lamprigiht fished and ic women visited at Mason City. Ruth Bishop went to Iowa City | Mr. Ward's parents. Mr. Ward is E riday to be employed at clerical --...-- r ork by her aunt, Maude Mc- iroom, principal of the university lemenl.ary schools. She will re,urn to Kagle Grove to teach in the all. W. Ural services for Le\vis , r younger brother of M. P. «r were held Friday after- 'wJattheMerrltt Fune; the Rev. Father Davern g, and burial was made in elia's cemetery. . Weaver died May 5 at ,' at Shrewood, N. D., of dia- I The body was kept m a ral vault at Mlnot, N. D., till It day from Mason City, wihore sh had visited since last Thursda witlh her aunt, Mrs. M. K. Cullen •Mrs. W. P. French and her so Donald went to Ruthven Sunda for the week with the former parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Fel( his Roy Keen drove to low 'sorority since the close of school iit Gustavus Adolphus college, St. Peter, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Mitchell, of 'iear Lake, and their daughters Margaret, Eleanor, and Evelyn were Sunday guests of Mr. an<! Mrs. H. K. Kain. Mrs. Mitchell formerly Nellie llinchon, was daughter of J. W. M Inchon, editor tif the Algona Courier. Mr. and Mr.s. Donald Cronln, who recently returned from their wedding trip, are living in an apart mont in the David C. Ward housi on north Harlan. The Wards wen to Red Oak early last week to visi local high school teacher. Mrs. Dora Kerrigan and he niece, Madonna Ma'honey, left fo Chicago Saturday night. Mr.s. Fer visiting iher (laugh, te. y the Rev. P. J. Braner for a Gerlan Lutheran young people's con- ;ntion here. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dulhigg, mmetsburg, their son, the Rev.. 'athor James Duhigg, recently or- aincd, and Mrs. R. ,1. Neary, Oma- a, spent Sunday withMr. and Mrs. ,latter being Father Du- Grove, traveling man in this territory for the C. C. Taft wholesale grocery concern, Des Moines, and well known particularly in Algona, where he and Mrs. Hagerhorst have been frequent guests. Mr. Hagerhorst. has not been on the road for some months, however, having been critically sick with bronchial trouble at his home at Eagle Grove. The following mention has been taken from the Story City Herald: "Sunday morning Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Sowers and son, Mr. and Mrs. Wilber Sowers and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Anderson and C. McMallion, the 1 Duhigg daughter, ligg, wlho said his first mass at ^mmetsburg lii.st week Wednesday, leg-ins pastoral duties at Sioux ity tomorrow. 'Cecil Houseiholder and Ernest VIeyer, of Sheffield, flew by plane o Algonu Sunday to visit the for- uer's sister, Mrs Glenn SJwiefel.jsons, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Sowers, rvington township. Cecil is in the mploy of the state highway com- 1 uis:-iion at, Sheffield, and Mr. Mey- owns tllie plane. Mr. Kvviefel mil Nick Kinch had their first air)lane ride with Mr. Meyer while ic was here, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Stillman and heir daughter Elizabeth Ann went ,o Maxwell Sunday to visit Mrs. Stillman's mother, Mrs. Minnie lolland. Monday they stopped at Ames to attend commencement ex- ircises at the stale college. Mr. Stillman's sister Nadine was graduated in home economics and will spend the summer with her parents at Dolliver. Algona lawyers and their wives will be trekking to the Okobojis this week-end for the annual 14th and 21st district lawyers' Chautauqua, which opens tomorrow morning at The Inn and Betty Heck, and Frank Stewart, of Lu Verne, motored to the Chris Johnson home at Algona, and were met by Mr. and Mrs. Earl Sowers and sons, of St. James, Minn., and Mrs. Albert Sowers. A picnic dinner was served. Mrs. Albert Sowers returned to her home here after a visit at St. James with her son Earl." George Cink, who farms southwest of Wesley, called at the Advance office Tuesday. He returned last week Wednesday from Parker, S. D., where he visited a brother. That region has been so severely struck by drought that there are no prospects of crops this season. Great difficulty is found to get pasturage for stock. Mr. Cink was confined to his bed for a long time | this spring with a severe case of ! ..U,*..™,,* :„,« n-nrl VllO fUriD, "WOTlt 1 Back From arket 500 Exciting Styles in New Dresses Mrs. A. A. Bishop attended a Methodist. Foreign Missionary soci- t,y guest day meeting at Ledyard Friday and gave a talk on mission- iry work. She is president of the Algona Methodist W. F. M. S. dis- rict. Mrs. A. A. Bishop returned Friday from a two weeks absence dur- ng which she visited her daughter, Mrs. W. W. Patterson, Louisville, Ky., relatives at Chicago, and another daughter, Mrs. E. L. Hillard, Dubuque. Dr. F. J. McAllister, recently graduated from the Des Moines ngan » visiting oicr uaugme Sunda " noon- G . w . stlllman| sec . Mrs. Alfred Faulkner, and Mado- .„, ' tTfi . R . IrB . nf ,,.„ 14t . h dlatr , Rt nna is spending a month with the Faulkner's and other relative;*, and attending the world's fair. Dean and Joan, son and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. Victor Lowe, went to Hampton Sunday for a few weeks with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Shroyer. Mr. and Mrs. Lowe took them to Mason •etary-treasurer of the 14th district organization, distributed programs liere Saturday. No one from Kossuth is on the program. Mr. and Mrs. Jofti.n Dutton, their three children, George, Jack, and Jerry, and Mrs Dutton's sister, Amelda L/avrenss, returned early in the week from Cass Lake, in Minnesota where they had spent a . .. uauicl *> iici e I.UCJ, iiau oiJt,ni< «. City, and the Shroyers took the week Ame i da who is employed at children from there to Hampton. Mr. and Mrs. George Holtssbauer spent Sunday at Mason City with the Bernard Tierneys. They brought home Lorraine Tiemey, who spent last week at Naslh.ua, Still College of Osteopathy, came!-and Catherine Streit, who spent if Weaver was vcra in Algona bt 22,1877, the son of Mr. and E. N. Weaver, who came here M6. He was married in 1901 Elizabeth Neuman, of St. Bene- I and Mrs. Weaver and four Sren survive: Lois, in high gol; Jerome, studying medicine iland, Ohio; Wilfred, San Harold, Taft, Calif. A er, Mrs. Mae Bruner, of Des |ies, also survives. lie widow, the children, and j. Bruner came for the funeral, [ers present were Mrs. Bruner'a iband and daughter, Mrs. Walter It, of Perry, the latter's hus- jd, and a son, Mr. and Mrs. man. Mrs. City last week Sunday for her daughter Eleanor, who has completed her first year at the state university. Mrs. Aaron Taylor, Plum Creek township, got home Friday from Mason City where she had spent two weeks as a patient in the Park | hospital. Mondav to assist Dr. W. D. An-1 several days last week with her drews during the next few months, aunt, Mrs. M. K. Cullen, Mason Doctor McAllister's home is Ha-1 City, warden. Magnus Lidhter and Hoyt Ran- W D'. Eaton, who has been with ey Ames, spent the week-end at the Metropolitan Life Insurance home. They were graduated fiom company h P ee t"e past month, has the state college Monday, and Mr. Rented the Mrs W E. Kain real- land Mrs. J. A. Raney, parents of dSS ami is bringing his family Hoyt, attended the commencemen Monday for six went to DeKalb, 111., ing for locations. weeks summer Harold Falkenhainer, of Des Mrs. Lura Sanders, city librar- school at a state noTmallchooT.I Moines, who underwent an oper- spent the week-end with ^mUen\=nen-Tt Utu» for appendicitis recently is husband is manager of the Ker- ; n g the la.st more hotel. school year Sisters Mary Evangelita andj Dorothy and Vivian Moe & Sjogren's, has been on a vacation. Mr. Dutton operates an automobile repair shop south of the K. C. bank building. Mrs. F. S. Norton and iher daughter Eleanor went to Iowa City Saturday, (Eleanor to take six weeks summer school work at the state university. The university conferred a master's degree on llrei' last week Monday, and she will teach history next year in the Marsihalltown junior college and high school. Eleanor and Iher mother ihad spent several days at home. Mrs. A. C. Shipman, Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. P. H. McKee, Wausau, Wis., son John, and Mr. and Mrs, R. B. Wixson, Sioux City, daughter Alice, were Sunday guests of the Guy C. McKees. Mrs. Shipman is Mr. McKee's mother, P. H. his i rheumatism closes was done by his sons, who live at home. The Cinks have four chil-1 dren, all at home but a daughter, Mrs. Tony Grandgenett, of St. Benedict. The W. H. Goddens spent Sunday at Emmetsbur^ with W. H's parents Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Godden. J. H. Godden has ;been sick six weeks, and for a time was in critical condition, but is now somewhat improved. Mr. and Mrs. R. 'L. Miller, Washington, D. C., and -lllieir daughters Virginia and Nadine came a week ago last Thursday for a visit, and Mr. Miller will go *ack late this week,) Mrs. Miller and the children re. maining for an extended visit. Mrs. Miller is Harry's sister, and Mr. Miller, now and for some years in the treasury department, was onca receiver of the First National bank here. Colonel and Mrs. B. A. «eeley,| Fort Benning, Ga., left for home Tuesday, after a week witlh. their respective mothers, Mrs. F. T. Seeley and Mrs. C. were called here E. Heise. They by news of the | ma Vivian Bravender He left the hospital early last weV Tuesday -with the week anderated till Monday Mary Ellen Joan, Dubuque, came I visite d last we Tuesday -wt e last Thursday to spend a few days* R. E. Kains, en route to their home | at the Murtagti with the former's sister, Mrs. E. a t Red Falls, Minn. Dorothy, a tor- C. McMahon. Jos. Sheppard _ ____ week Tuesday from Omaiha, Neb., a t Waterloo. where ihe has completed his sec- Editor R. R. Roberts, mer Algonu. lutiuuei, mut,"- ~got ihome last f 0rQ - last year, and Vivian taught \ Alva Benson got home Friday Mt. Vernon, ;ted her jun- This spring she had the ior year, ond year in accountancy at Creighton university. . News-Tribune, drove to AI- last Thursday afternoon and of the honor to be elected to Tau Kappa national honorary forensic go Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Bonar spent calle d on the Advance for a little | spent Saturday and Sunday at Spirit shop talk. He and a Iph Menzel, Ames, their son, and I wives of Wilfred and Harold. astors Lay Plans for Big M. E. Meet ._ Hope, June 13—The 'Rev. i H. Wood was at Algona all 1 Tuesday, in attendance at a eting of sub-district leaders of Algona district, laying plans , activities in connection with Northwest Iowa Conference, |be held in Algona in September. .Rev. Pruitt, • Emmetsiburg, Garner, Buthman, Belmond, ler, Penton, and Howe, Buffalo inter, were also of the group. i meeting was held at District . W. G. Muhleman's' and Mrs. illeman served dinner. fent Show Coining for Three ^ . Lake, guests of the P. J. Christ- een Britt publishers brother (have friends at Grundy Center. " * E» IVlGllZG'l j 30 years, land from for - Saturday ensens, Algona, wiho have a sum- more or less. f rnm I Tor" a"f ew" weeks witib Mrs. Men mer cottage there. Mrs. H. E. Rist got home from ™* a ™" fe Mr . and Mrs . M . P H. R. Horn and Patricia Ful- Washington D. C., yesterday morn- ^4^^',™ tended funeral ser ton, Rock Island, went home ing . she had spent several weeks vveav ^ Sattlrda afterw)0n , fo da ¥ nte , r '. M ^I h ^-J; I Mrs? Menzel's uncle, L.E. Weaver is a , , . . Sunday, after a visiting since Fri- with her ouimay, «AI.C» <* T*C.."..O •"•-— - -- W iui "ci «~"o -• -,,™.v,t hpr Mrs. Menzel s un day with Mr. Horn's- sister, Mrs. L'Haire, and she brought her Mrs » Floyd E. Saunders. I granddaughter Ann home with her a«^wooa. ^ ^ John Zimmerman, student at for ^ e summer. . Concordia seminary, St. Louis, ar- Josephine Murtagh, employed in rived Friday to spend his summer the of fi ce of the collectorJ* ^ vacation with his parents, Mr. and terna i revenue at Des rother, and Mrs. Wixson his sis- er. The local Mr. McKee is manger here for the Kennedy-Parsons ompany at the old Spurbeck-Lamert factory. Mrs. W. H. Godfrey and her daughter Bertha went to Ames Sunday for a visit with the former's son, Geo. W. Godfrey, assistant to President Hughes. It is reported that they will be there) for some weeks wiliile Bertha, who is a local teacher, takes summer school work: Later: A card from illness of the elder Mrs. Seeley, whom, however, they found improved. The younger Mrs. Seeley'sM isisters spent Sunday here: Mrs. L. V Potter, Storm Lake, and Mrs. A. Arent, 'Humboldt. Their brother, Dr. R. W. Heise, Emmets'burg, also! came, accompanied toy his wife, and others here were: 'Doctor Potter; Mrs. Arent's daughter Lillian, .student at G-rinnell college; Dr. F. W. Logan, Blue Earth, wlhose deceased wife -was a Heise daughter; and Doctor Logan' si daughter, Mrs. Robert Caron, Minneapolis and her husband.- Mrs Heise went' to Minneapolis with the Carons for a short visit. "Al" Seeley, son of Colonel and Mrs. Seeley ,is> Our buyers have just returned from the apparel markets after selecting hundreds of smart new dresses in hot weather, styles—all sizes from 14 to 44 in a wide selection. MANY COOL SILKS Prints, stripes, and pastel silks, also Bamberg silks in smart new hot weather creations. COOL-CRISP COTTONS in dressy and sport styles, smart new colorings in seersucker, pique, voile, organdie, sizes 14 to 44. $1.95 $2.95 $3.95 Mrs. Mike Zimmerman. T pent the week-end at .home " . . Ann Siemonsma, Le Mars, and came Saturday with L. E. • Leone Coffer, Sioux City, were! an(1 John prankl. who drove to week-end guests of the Dr. F. C. 0e& Moines Friday. Siemonsma is a County Auditor B.J Butler spent instructor at the state college. Margaret Hullerman, Perry, lef a week ago Friday for a week at her home before enrolling for summer school at the State Teachers college. Leona Krampe, high school English teacher, '-" th " Miss Godfrey asks that the Advance be sent to 1404 Clay street, Cedar Falls, for the next five) weeks. The Rev. A. S. Hueser attended a Northern Iowa Baptist association meeting at the Holmes Baptist church, east of Goldfield, last week Wednesday and Thursday, and had charge of a union choir of singers 17 churches in the associa-. Dean Moyer, of the North-1'street north a student at -Iowa State college Ames, and is now attending sum-j mer sdhool there, Wadsworth House to Be Remodeled Work was begun Monday " " the Jos. across- the | tion. llVJUt J^lrf**** AIAU^ «. | —- - i ~, western Bible School, Minneapolis, The was the main speaker. Capacity attendance forced adjournment to] Scanlans. Miss ~ — , ~ , —- T T..,«, n tnn cousin of Mrs. Scanlan. Saturday at New Hampton, Wm. C. Dau and Dell C. Mahan he attended *e funeral of left last week Wednesday night Fcrry . wh o was killed man au for Cass Lake, where they planned mo bile accident MessrsFerry ana to fish over the week-end return- sutler attended Columbia coue B ing this week Tuesday. |at Dubuque together. same day for a-week at her home I Lu theran church which was larg- at Baxter before entering summer i and tnigi toOi was fi n e d to — school at the state university of pacity . Wisconsin. _ _ | Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Skar front rooms _- , will be divided from the the house to form an api: will be occupied Mr. and Mrs. Earl Griffith. "Aunt Jen" Wadstworth Mrs. Margaret Hofmaster will •The George Sweet players, of |orm lake, will give tent shows the McCall show grounds next ' iy, Tuesday, and Wednesday i. The company has long been Ifavorite attraction in this section. Pd it is playing this season in a p tent with new scenery. Mr. rat's wife is a member of the 'oupe, which Is presenting four lays, Why Men Leave Home, The where they had guests at Mr. brother S. D. Quarton's. Mr. and Mrs. R. .F. Minneapolis and their Upstairs, The Border Pa• a nd Up in Mable's Room. •ed Ryther Hurt in Fall Near Burt At the J. D. Raney farm three wp a half miles southwest of Burt w, Fred Ryther, fell from a "T against the barn and suf- t eash in the 'back of the head i H took five stitohea to close. F was alone and lay unconscious) J» men coming from the fields fund him and called Doctor Pet- worn Burt. The barn was n off its foundation in a rent windstorm, and Mr. Rybher pas straightening it up. ren, came 'Sunday for a few days witlh Mrs. Nellie McMahon and Mr. •and Mrs. -E. C. McMahon. •Leo Taylor, Mrs. Maunce Etherington, Wilma and John Etherington, Mrs. Jesse Riddle, daughter Arlene, and Letha Wallburg spent Friday at Fort Dodge. Helen Hawkins, whose home is near Wesley, came .home Sunday for a few weeks with her parents. She is taking nurses training at St. Joseph's hospital, Omaha. Grace Kouba, of the Sullivan, McMahon & Linnan offices, spent the week-end with her sister Vera gave Jolmdreau, m ake a calf ,. two child- m eeting the boys played toau Mrs. Viola Bishop «•«»•"« the visited her Mrs, V luitv j_»iw««i- - . , mother at Ames several days last week, and Friday went to Iowa tember. Home Owners Fort Dodge. mme She a the summe year • oma te second grade at Iowa Palis She has taught three years a Onawa. School Here EnrolU_54 Pupils annual Baptist summer va- Bible school opened Monday iorning with an attendance of 54 «Wls 4 to 15 years old. The POO! ls in sessitm between 9 and .',° ^ery morning this week and •DerL e Rev - A - s - Hueser is uu- list » ? dent; HeleQ Hueser, plan- Bin u rs ' H »»eser, Eunice Bow? an , Mrs. T T employed by the Loan Corporation, *•«»•. •—=-Roland White, Iowa Falls, spent Monday here as guest of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis McWhorter, and attended a dance at the Country club clubhouse that n S Ur and Mrs. J. E. Raymond, Le Sueur, Minn., drove to Algona Saturday for overnight and bun- day visits with the latter's sister Mrs. W. C. Oewel, and at Duaue E Mr and Mrs. C. C. Schoeneman, g ingEield Illtj auu V14 ^. 4 lason City, stopped here Sunday U A a d Joyce, are being rs . F. E. .Skanner, an rs. tf and thelr chald- have the norm s wi and new windows, *-*• „•" . i rcai, ua-^iv, o^«»» **«.., - .. . i , 0 and .nartltlOllS Will il)6 in.Sta.1*- n route home from Cherokee, L rrived Friday to Yisit M r. Skin- doo s, and ,paruuo ns ^ where they had met Mr* flohoene- !„,„ mother> Mrs . E J. Skinner, ed in the fton; ap nan's parents and her sister, Ev- d other local relatives. Fred, Grimttt is emy j "lyn Linkswiler, who eccompan-L^ ds secre t a ry of the National treasurer s ottice ; ed them to Mason City for a visit. A i d Life Insurance company, went A ,_ olia Defeats Bancroft s?ass crjurs:b srts&^&FSA *?s£& rvsts a «*,...»s-Jfr-^is'S awtlsjiff-'s.'sr.sa: ?s Mrs A .Mrs. A. Maurice and Roger went to VIoines with M Des | Skinner's weeks'. re tucy wii'i vioi*. *.**«* uiau*uuu «« — — . „ parents for several day and won from Bancroft, 4-^ Ff W. B. Bader, killed in an air-GOINO TO SELL 200 GAL- TonVbam paint at 94c gallon, sincere belief you can't buy n sm Atlantic is Mrs. Michel's old home t wee k-end, was a b" 1 ^*: L^r bam paint-Joe Bloom. Mr Michel's federal work at Dea of wmiam Hagerhorst, Eagle a better barn pamu Moines has kept him there muoh « longer than was anticipated wihen - lUlIfoCi v T^,, Tl»^ir»oa ilast lie was called to Des Moines last winter. Two dates have been reserved r use of the high school auditorium. This morning the auditorium viH be the scene of a Music Memory contest between 4-H club girls of the county, the program beginning at 10 a. m. Sunday July J.I the auditorium has been resei COOLING STATION _ /fs Always Comfortable Mav Evelyn Black UlgonSn'gVather Loses in Emmet |G L \\Mr Uman ' Dol liver, father of |to, V . htlllm an, Algona attorney, (or P, eteated for the nomination ky (Vi m , et coun ty representative »,-. au» Mrs. Russell Weaver, of Mason City, and their baby daughter spent the week-end with the Paul Traugers. They moved from Algona to Mason City several months ago. . • Helen Morse, Durand Wib.. » expected this week-end for visaU here. She was a wartime music teacher in the local schools, and is now similarly employed in. Pennsylvania.^ ^ ^ spent last Thursday and ' with the latter's parents. James. Mi. SALE-6-YEAR-OLD COW 10p39 K5l£3P55lS^5; good markings; year and a half old; reasonable.-Ask Advance.^ — WANTS NEAT RESPECT> middleaged housekeeper home, small ^ages.-Wnte Mr. at (Emmets- ky (Vi, 'oJlv M Morsc - a Allege graduate Hock T J' eai ' 8 old ' the son of the Esthn -n d train despatcher at Mr, and Mrs. K. D. Na»by spent Friday ^tt^rk, Duluth, Millar- rived Tuesday for a Dutton's. She is a —--- , Duttons, and will stay here Wl alter the Dutton family reunion next wiv o**u*- J *'*•*" *~ , . *i K A good; license paid; *ib. I2u39 -^i^iELOw"'AND"WHITE 'Srt : haired dog. > ^nswers^^to SioH ^^eaSS^-- ... ,,I,^IIP fi02-W. lauds Good I JUST RECEIV1U1J A oivx 0*^-. ment of pure Manila rope, 7-8 m. 10 o ft, $1.85, % in. Rope, 50 ft. foi TAKE Bloom. PICTURES on your vaca tion! Will sell No. A-130 East man Kodak, taking Pictures 5x3 to "^Sif^N^ Call Theatre Wednesday-Thursday, June 13-11 SWEET HEARTS Htri T6i» A"> DICK fOWIll aiHom tooiu I 4 Hill* »« ot TID riOtlTO « News—Yitaphone Acts. Friday and Saturday, June 15-16 WE~HAVE~SOY millet iee d, and cane. grass mine =— d UoM 257. lona Flour and J-etu, i 6u39 ay. nm ,, B nied Shumway accompamea were three can- recei ved 1258 votes; ; one Brawford, 547. week Saturday. G. D. Shu Senator Patterson to Des Friday. Mr. Patterson was _ mvea Algona tenant governor. « nc ceeded sucteeuou. ••Wwon '? ten h«d 6. kittenball team went more for a game Sunday, but the game ran score being Taylor and in the tenth. Users ternoon for ators, *''• B Justro m's, Algona boosters.—See Bjubuu 12u 31tf ''SSS^^S'S'o!) Hammer, St. Joe io""« g3g _ 10 ist. -Penny Shop, ^^^ts-Feed your 10056 Penn OU and ,t You've always wanted to attend Hollywood party! S^Vaffi SU 1 ^ BOR"reduced to 6 per 800 Beautiful Girls It's Fuu Paramount N CLYDE BEATTY Hagenbeck Wallace's wild anim trainer and the circus menagerie lost Jungle No. 2 Episode Seria Joe Penner Comedy—Scrappy tion. Men Wanted Fathers Preferred Knowing that every man who has once experienced pleasure and satisfaction of wearing a non-wrinkable Cheney Cravat is a steady customer thereafter, we have secured the cooperation of this famous manufacturer of fine silks in presenting this Father's Day Special. We have just,received a complete shipment of new, smart $1.50 Cheney Cravats which are all included in this special introductory price. Any Father worth remembering on June 17th deserves something better than the usual bargain counter necktie. Make your selection before our assortment is broken up. Every tie is guaranteed against all complaints for one year—until next Father's Day—in 19351 ^ Specially Priced at $1.00 Pointers—a Very New Smart Bnw Tie Manv HdPPV RETURNS IUNG CROSBY a Rookie Ranger in Yosemite Valley. Comedy and music. Colored Silly Symphony "China Shop" New News Tuesday, June 19 BANK DEPOSIT NIGHT ,OAN BLONDELL AMFS ^ iu "He >VttS Her Man" Also big selection Junior features Tuesday bank night program i big for June and July—watch. Wednesday, Thursday, and Frida June 20-21-22 Earl Carroll's big girl show pictures— ... .. "Murder at the Taultles" JACK OAKIE VICTOR McLAGlEU and 800 Beautiful Girls lu Chorus. jTot^ You'll see your favorite patterns here in Silk, Rayon and Lisle Socks. They're fashioned with reinforced heels and toes. Interesting color contrasts comes in lighter colors on deeper-toned grounds, or just the other way. 3 PAIRS $1 The Clothing Corner pf Northern I»W|»

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