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frAQE FOUR Whittemore Girl and Fairfield Youth Wedded Friday «••-"— • « • • _ . —•• i »n__ ..i«unri of m A. Wnlahrod'a CHURCH SCENE OF MARRIAGE OF LYDIA MEYER Whittemore, June 20—The marriage of Lydia, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer, to Edwin Greinert Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Greinert, Fairville, took place Friday at 3 p. m. at St. Paul's Lutheran church here, the Rev. H. W. Discher performing the ceremony. The couple were attended by Lillian Heidenwith, cousin of the bride, Elmer Greinert, brother of the bridegroom, Adelia Frink, cousin of the bridegroom, and Lawrence Meyer, brother of the bride. The bride wore pale blue taffeta, ankle length with accessories, and carried an arm bouquet of pink talisman roses. The single ring .ceremony was used. Table waitresses for a wedding dinner were Selma Meyer and Rosella Voight, cousins of the bride, and Verda Meyer, the bride's sister. The table was decorated with yellow, green, and blue crepe pa- above dinner per, and a blue bell hung the center. A two-course .was served at 6 p. m. Out of town guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Greinert Sr., son Fred, Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Bruhn, daughter Ruth Ann, "Gib" Bleckwenn, and Fred Frink, all of Fair- Yille, and Frieda Discher, of Fairbank. Some 150 relatives and Iriends gathered to charivari the couple, and beer, cake, and ice cream were served. A trip to the .World's fair will be taken. Znmaeh Family in Get-Together— A Zumach family reunion took place Sunday at Interlaken park, near Fairmont. Attending: Mrs. Charles Borchardt, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Malzahn, the Otto ilalzahns, the Alex Henzels. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Eggert, Minnesota; the Herman Zumachs, Rex Swanson, the Reinhard Zumachs, Mr. and Mrs. Aug- LOTTS CREEK NEWS Wilma, daugher of Mr. and Mrs. 1 Emil Laa.bs, entered the General 'hospital. Algona, last Thursday to have her tonsils removed. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hintz, daughters Marian, Caroline, and Mrs. Mary Mittag, Fenton, Mrs. Hintz's mother, left Saturday for Barney, N. D., is visit with relatives, and were to be accompanied lome by Mrs. Lena Pompe, Who will visit here for some time Mrs. Pompe is a sister of Mrs. Mittag. Friends here attended the funeral Saturday of Leo, son of 'Mr. and Mrs. John Wallace, Fenton, who died last week Wednesday evening at the McCreery hospital, Whittemore, afer six weeks of pneumonia and .pleurisy. H was well known here, having worked in this vicinity two years. Alvin Potratz, a close friend, was one of the pall bearers. The Rev. E. Fiene and mS daughter Ada went to Ames Monday to bring home Hannah Fiene, student at the State College. Mrs. Edward Kucker, daughters Lucile and Gertrude, Mrs. Noah Reisner, daughter Kathryn, and Mrs. Herbert Potratz attended the wedding of Lydia, second dangler of Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer, Whittemore, to Edwin, son of/ Mr. and Mrs. Ed Greinert, Fairville, Friday at St. Paul's Lutheran church, Whittemore. Mr. .and Mrs. Robert Dreyer, the former's motiher, Mrs. Marie ust Mielke, and the A. A. machs, Whittemore; Mr. and Zu- Mrs. Jergenson, Bode; Mr. and Carl Zumach, the William Fred Jacob, Mrs. Ida Zumach, daughter Ella, Algona; Mrs. Floyd Mrs. Zu- machs, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wittkopf, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Meyer, Lotts Creek; Mr. and Mrs. August Zumach, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Zumach, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ohm, and the Herman Luedtkes, Fenton. In the evening the party attended Fairmont show. Many Attend Algona Party— Women here who attended bridge party Friday evening Mrs. M. J. Duffy's, Algona, were Mesdames C. L. Cavanaugh, Alice Cairy, Frank Rochford, Sylvester Hayes, Oscar Poirot, John Spilles, William Higgins, Ralph Reimers, Ray Oliver, Leo W. Swanson, John S. Cullen, Roy Crawford, Timothj O'Brien, Martin Eischeid, Tony Schmidt Jr., and J. M. Fleming Mesdames E. J. Butler, Leo Spilles, $3. J. and Mrs. McEvoy, and Mary Streit, Algona, also attended. Prizes were won by Mrs. Spilles, first; Mrs. O'Brien, second; Mrs. Eischeid, low; Mrs. Roy Crawford, travel. Dreyer, Algona, and the younger Mrs. Dreyer's 'brother, Albert Schumacker, left Saturday for Watertown, Wis., to visit a Mrs. Buchholz, sister of Albert and Mrs. Dreyer. They were also to visit at Milwaukee. Student Zimmerman, Algona, preached an excellent Gorman .sermon at the Immanuel Lutfierani church Sunday morning. A special budget collection was taken. Next Sunday morning the Rev. Edwin Peter, 'Cherokee, Okla, will preach. The Rev. E. Fiene and his twin daughters Hannah and Margaret attended a mission festival at Mallard Sunday, and Mr. Fiene conducted the morning service. Nick Gengler got ihome last •hd of «ggs. He was accompanied by Wm. Rusch Jr., Whittemore, and they attended the World's fair. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Peter, Cherokee, Okla., son Herbert, and Mrs. Peter's sister, Elsie eyer ^arrived last week Tueslay and the Peters visited the .women's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. .F. Meyer. Elsie, who had been at Clierokee 6% months for her (health, is much improved and remained here. The Peters left last week Wednesday for Story City to visit Mr. Peter'g .parents and other relatives. Tihe Arthur Zumachs visited the 'latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Karl Peter, and other relatives near Webster City Sunday. Thursday from Chicago, where had gone with a truck load SENEGANS SEE GRADUATION OF 8TH GRADERS Seneca, June 19— The Carl Pet- rsons, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Van Dorston, the Henry Olsens, Mrs. Me Olsen, and Bertha and John >lsen were among Senecans 'at- ending an all-day celebration at ne city park, Armstrong, .Friday. ^wo hundred graduates of eighth rade Emmet county schools were eted, and 'the Emmet County Farm Bureau 'held an annual picnic. Thd rogram follows: Processional, 200 Graduates and he Armstrong iband; invocation, itie Rev. R. W. 'Boade; reading. lose Madsen; vocal solo, Donald E, L, AT BURT INSTALLS NEW SETJFFICERS Burt, June 20 — The Epworth League held public installation of officers Sunday evening, a candle- lighting ceremony being used. The following officers were installed: Maybelle Gray, president; Joe Graham, first vice; Ruth Betting, second vice; Vera Chipman, third vice; Glenn Graham, fourth vice; and Caroline Carr, secretary. Special music included a vocal trio by Vera Chipman, Lois Graham, and Dorothy Brooke and a mixed quartet consisting of Joseph and Lois Graham and Vera and Richard Chipman. Caroline Carr gave the Bible story she will give at a district Epworth League convention at Corwith this week Tuesday. Attend Wedding at Dayton— Dr. and Mrs. H. S. Van Vranken went to Dayton Saturday to attend the wedding of Mrs. Van Vranken's nephew, Arthur Olson, to Virginia Nordan. Mrs. Van Vranken's sister, Mrs. Jody Knutson, Story City, friends from Sanborn, where she teaches school. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Schunck, of Sioux City, and their children, Henry and Betty, were week-end guests at the F. L. Pratt home. They attended a family reunion at Algona Sunday. Guy Giddings, Chicago, called on his parents Friday morning. He was on his way to northern Minnesota to fish and will stop here on his way back for a longer visit. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Klamp, Mrs. Selecua and two daughters left Saturday for St. Louis, Mo., where they were to visit another daughter of Mrs. Selecua a few days. The Hollynd Sherwoods, Webster City, were calling on old friends here Friday. Hollynd is a son of R. S. Sherwood, former editor of the Burt Monitor. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Dremmel and little son, Aurora, 111., arrived Saturday for a two weeks vacation with Floyd's parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Dremmel. The D. T. Hobsons went to Emmetsburg Sunday to meet their son Raymond and his family, and the two families had a picnic dinner together there. The Misses Mattie Warner and Eva Whitney and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Graham were Sunday guests at the Rev. A. home. H. dinner Wood Mrs. L. L. Morris, Northport, N. came home with them for a two Y., arrived last week Tuesday for an extended visit with her parents, Lutheran Aid Names Officers— The St. Paul's Lutheran Aid met at the schoolhouse last Thursday, and officers were elected: Mrs. Frank Balgeman, reelected president; Mrs. Otto Hahn, vice president in place of Mrs. Herman Vaudt; Mrs. Laurence Peril, reelected secretary; Mrs. H. W. Behnke, reelected treasurer. On the serving list for the next meeting are Mesdames Werner and Louis Braatz, Otto Bell, D. Cordes, Albert Behnke, and August Bernau. weeks visit. Mrs. Knutson recently returned from Georgia, where her husband was engaged in Horticultural work for the U. S. government. W. H. M. Elects Officers— The Woman's Home Missionary society met Saturday at Mrs. J. G. Sewick's with Mrs. F. O. Stow as assistant hostess. The following officers were elected: Mrs. A. G, Volentine, president; Mrs. George Carroll, vice president; Mrs. G. J. F. Vogel, secretary; Mrs. L. E. Roetman, treasurer; Miss Whitney, Mite Box secretary. Geo. P. Hawcotts Wed li Years- Saturday was Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Hawcotts' 14th wedding anniversary and in honor of the event they entertained Clara Shaw and her guests, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Snyder, hicago, and Mrs. Bertha Wallace at a 6 o'clock dinner. Fire Games of Kittenball— Kittenball games took place last week Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday evenings respectively: Creamery vs. North Farmers, the creamery winning, 10-5; Oilers vs. South Farmers, the latter winning, 5-4; Merchants vs. Creamery, the creamery winning, 11-10; high school boys vs. North Farmers, the latter winning, 12-11; South Farmers vs. Merchants, extra inning game, the Merchants winning, G-5. Airs. Mallory Loses Mother— Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Mallory received word Sunday of the death of Mrs. Mallory's mother, Mrs. John Lottman, that morning. She is survived by six sons, four daughters, and her husband. Mr, and Mrs. Mallory spent the week end with the Lottmans. The funeral was held .Tuesday. Discher Preaches at Elma— The Rev. and Mrs. H. W. Discher, son Norman, and the Rev. Mr Discher's sister Frieda, of Fairbank, drove to Elma Saturday, and Mr. Discher preached a mission festival sermon there Sunday. The Rev. Mr. Becker, of the Home Finding society at Fort Dodge, preached here. Three Win /munch Prizes- Winning prizes at the H. R. Zumach meat market Saturday even- Ing were Adulph Nass, first; Mrs William Berninghaus, second; Albert Baas, third. Blood-Poisoning Patient Recovers— Edward, son of Mrs. Matilda Wagner who has been sick three months with blood-poisoning which arose from a cut in the hand, is around again. Other Whittemore. The St. Paul's Y. P. S. met las Thursday evening. The next entertainment committee is Herman Schumacher, Alice Dau, Elfrieda Gade, June Wehrspan, August .Vaudt, and Alfred Meyer. Curtis Quinn, who had visited relatives at Mount Vernon, 111., returned last week Tuesday. His nephew, George Taylor, who accompanied him to Illinois, stayed there for a longer visit. Jackie, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Volk, was reported sick with ton- Ellitls last week-end. 'radio Roll Party Planned— Next week Thursday the Legion Auxiliary will give a cradle roll party which was to have been ;iven this week Friday. It will :ake place at Mrs. Charles Scott's. « in the Bible School— Thirty-two children enrolled in he Daily vacation Bible school which opened at the Methodist hurch Monday morning for a two weeks session. Aid Host to Throe Towns— The Methodist Aid has invited the Good Hope, Titonka, and Swea City Aid societies to be guests this week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Dittmer. Ruth, Le Roy, Herman, and Coleen Coppick, Des Moines, came Monday for a visit with their aunt, Mrs. E. C. Sanderson. The B. W. Mitchells, of Buffalo Center, spent Sunday at the Rev. C. B. Mitchell home. B. W. Mitchell is their son. Mr, and Mrs. Elmer Danner, Algona, spent Sunday with the James Olloms. Mr. Danner is Mrs. Ollom's brother. G. G. Wheeler, Philip, S. D., was calling on Burt friends Friday. He lived here many years ago. Dovie Elliott, Swea City, came Sunday for a few days with her friend, Lucille Sewick. Mrs. Ida Anderson left Friday for Dysart, where she is visiting a sister, who is very ill. Eldon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Duncan, had his tonsils removec Monday morning. Lydia Miller spent last week the home of her aunt, Mrs. A. M Gustafson. Mr. and Mrs. John Dacken are parents of a son, born Saturday morning. Lone Hock Girl Weds. Lone Rock, June 20 — Hulda youngest daughter of Mrs. Lillian Worthington, and Robert Estel, o Ledyard, were married at the Pres byterian parsonage, Spirit Lake Friday. Mrs. Estelle Jergenson, o Lakota, and Merle Jergenson, Led yard, were attendants. Mr. Este is employed by the McGuire grad ing company in Ledyard. Hutohinson; Jhristensen. Vocal duet, reading, Marjoria Lavonne and Mau- ine Nelson; reading, Ruth Heinich; vocal solo, Marjorie Christie. L. music nsen; oeth, address, the Hon. of Wallingford; Girls Sextette, Armstrong, high hool; presentation of class, Marie! lorum, county superintendent; resentatipn of diplomas, the Hon. 3. J. Maniece; benediction Rev. R. W. Boade. Schools represented were Cener, De.nmark, (Ellsworth, West 3mmet, High Lake, Iowa Lake, ack Creek, Swan Lake, 12 Mile ^ake, Armstrong, Estihervil'le, Sruver, Ringsted, Wallingford. Honor students were Lillian 'irevold 94; Lois Spear 93.9; Elon Aanonson 93.8; Verna Soren- ion 93.6; Vera Rosburg 93.1; Margaret Wobbe 93.1; 'Robert Bruce Jray 92.7; Velma Schmidt 92.7; Velma tie Van 92.6; Ailois Neppl '2.8; Leona Baago 92.6; Bernice iurries 92.3; Margaret Skattebo 1.3; Phyllis Cronk 91.3; Orla Laren 90.8; Kathryn Hay wood 90.4; 2arlyn Johnson 90.4; and Erma jarsen 90.4. Bernice Campbell Is Married— (Bernice, daughter of Mr .and .Irs. .Ralph Campbell, and Harvey on of Mr .and Mrs. Thodore hristensen, Ringsted, were mar- ied at the Little .Brown Churdh in >Jashau, June 6. Tihe ibride wore a dress of Alice Blue, and the ridesmaid, Helen Patterson, wore! a peach colored dress. Ivan Peterson, of Ringsted, .was the best nan. The ibride Ihas attended the) Seneca school and completed her 'unior year of higta school last (rear. The groom is well known respected in this community and is employed an 'Ringsted wihere he young couple will make their 'uture home. jeague Program Draws fro- A large crowd attended a Luther- jeague .program ait the loca' church Sunday evening. The program -was: Song, audience; Scrip- ire reading and .prayer, the Rev Sande; vocal solo, Maroriel Brown; .reading, Mildred Wilberg solo, Pearl Sande; talk, Mrs Sande; solo, Alice Thomson; piano solo, Lavon Madden; vocal duet, Mrs. Otto Wilberg and Pauline Osborn. Tihe meeting was closed *vith 'the Doxology. A delicious) uncheon was served following thea program. Armstrong Birthday Celebrated— Mrs. Anna Osborn and family, A. Goetsch, of Fenton, were Sun- Mr, and Mrs. C. L. Osborn, and R. day guests at William Brown's in Armstrong. Tihe occasion was the birthday anniversary of Mrs. Bi own. Boy for Henry Langes— Mr .and Mrs. Henry Lange are! the parents of a boy bom June 5. The newcomer (has 'been named Floyd William. Girl for Henry Loofts— Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft are parents of a girl born Sunday morning. The Loofts now have two children. Other Seneca News. Mr. and Mrs 1 . George Jensen of Ringsted, Mr. and Mrs. Milieu Jensen, and Mr. and Mrs. August Nelson and daughter Betty were Sunday guests at Louis Ap- pf-lt's, near Swea City. Mrs. Fred Weisbrod,, Mrs. Rex Wolf and daughter, Edith, Fenton, •and Mrs. C. L. Osborn and Mrs. Anna Osborn and daughter, Pauline, were at Estherville Friday. Vernon Jensen, Earl and Clarence Osborn and Mi lien Jensen Titonkian Finds Democrats Giving Him Good Chance At MurshalHown is published "The 'Scratch Pad," one of tine smartly-written little pocket magazines which have sprung up in late years. . . At .present the mission of this publication seems to be to print or sarcastic shafts at the of the Roosevelt admm- stration, but like Time and some other magazines Me newspapers it also publishes short extracts from etters to the publisher, not all of which are boosts. The issue for June used this comment from Frank D. Fisher, Titonka. "I think the government is doing a better job of running business) than the greedy rich men and corporations. I am in a small business and have a better chance now than when tihe other crowd was in office." expense spent Saturday night at Okob.'iji fishing. 'Mrs. Al Sjostrum, Minneapolis, spent from last week Monday till Wednesday at Melvin Norland's^ Mrs. Jorgenson, Blue Earth, is visiting a few days' with her daughter, Mrs: J. H. Jensen. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Norland 1 and daughters were at Emmetsburg last week Wednesday. Mrs. William Osborn ivas one of the hostesses' at Methodist Aid in Fenton Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Norland and daughteixs visited at Martin Norland's Sunday. The Otto Kellys, Swea City, spent Sunday evening at Mrs. Anna Osborn's. The annual Jensen reunion will be lield next Sunday at Mrs 1 . Jennie Jensen's. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hedein, Cylinder, spent Sunday at Martin Thompson's. Margaret Looft, Wesley, is visiting her .brother, Henry Looft. Tihe Aid meets this week Thursday with Mrs. Jennie Jensen. Fenton Minn., visited at E. A. Welsbrod's Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bey and son Forrest returned to their home that evening, but Mrs. Gibbons will remain with her daughter for an extended visit. Florence Weisbrod came home Thursday to spend the summer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. j. Weisbrod. She was accompanied home by a friend, Louise Baker. Both girls are teachers in the Des Moines schools. Mr, and Mrs. Tony Goedere and sons Maurice and Calvin, of Mason City, visited from Saturday till Monday with the former's brother- in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Bonn. Mr. and Mrs. C. E, Ballinger and son, of Des Moines, came Saturday to visit at C. F. C. Laage's. Mrs. Minnie Stark, who has been visiting here, returned home with them Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Newel went to Waldorf, Minn., Saturday to visit Mrs. Newel's mother, Mrs. Mary Sorenson, who recently broke a leg. They returned Sunday. The Will Bailey family, of Marshall, Minn., and Mrs. Bailey's nephew, Donald Hutchinson, of Algona, were dinner guests at Frank Bailey's Sunday. Mrs. Raymond Reimers and children, Mary Rae and Ronald, and Mrs. Charlie Schemmel, of Ringsted, spent last Thursday at E. C. Weisbrod's. Mr. and Mrs. Will Reimers and daughter Lucille, of Whittemore, were visitors at E. C. Weisbrod's and Henry Reimers 1 a week ago Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Lakin and daughter Arlene, Estherville, spent Sunday at John Espe's. Mrs. Attle Sjostrum, St. Paul, Is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lars Finnestad. The Henry Schulte family visited relatives at Gaylord, Minn., Sunday and Monday. Elsie Willrett, Algona, spent last week Wednesday at Frank Flaig's. Deone Hawks, Spirit Lake, is at the Dell Marlow's for a time. Margaret Roderick had the German measles last week. The Methodist Aid met in the church parlors Friday afternoon with Mesdames J. B. Hanson, George Goetsch and Ed Weisbrod hostesses. Clever guessing games were conducted by Mrs. Alfred Meyers, and a piano and violin duet was given by Ardis Voight and Virginia Frank. The Fred Bailey family, of Iowa Falls, has returned from a trip north, and is spending the rest of the vacation visiting relatives in Fenton and Whittemore. The Baileys were entertained at Ervin Huskamp's last week Wednesday, and Thursday at Harvey Higley's Sr. Mr. and Mrs, W. E. Laake entertained at dinner Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wallace, of Hollywood, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. H. E. nephew, Donald Hutchins, of Algona, and granddaughter, Ann O'Haire, of Washington, D. C., and rlrs. Mary Smith, of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Heimers, 'rs. Dorothy Gerhards and chil- ren, and Axel Peterson went to Vebster City Sunday to meet Mr. nd Mrs. Wilfred Reimers and Mr. id Mrs. Harold Boettcher, of Des ioines, and all enjoyed a picnic inner in the park there. Verona Weisbrod, who has been ttending the university of Minneota, came Tuesday for a week nth her grandparents, Mr. and /Irs. Weisbrod, and her mother, Irs. Walter Weisbrod. Verona will Sunday School News! Last week's Britt News-Tribune published a wind-up public sale advertisement covering the assets of the State Savings bank of Woden. Among the assets offered for sale was an overdraft item of $4.27 against the Grant Sunday school. Wins Decisive Game— The Junior League ball team played at Britt Sunday afternoon and won, 27-3. Other Burt News. The R. A. Bleichs visited the Oscar Andersons at New Richland, Minn., Sunday. They brought Mr. Bleich's mother, Mrs. Ernestine Bleich, back with them for a few weeks visit with her children here. Mr. and Mrs. John Gray, Winnebago, Minn., spent Sunday at the Geo. Gray home. Mr. Gray's mother, Mrs. M. E. Gray, of Brule, Neb., who has been visiting here, went home with them for a short visit. Mrs. Howard Patterson, Billings, Mont., arrived Saturday for two weeks with Mr. Patterson's mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Patterson, and other Burt relatives. She had been at Rochester before coming here. Mrs. F. L. Pratt and daughter Zelpha went to Ellsworth Friday to visit relatives. They returned Saturday, bringing home with them Mrs. Pratt's sister, Buma Duckmanton, who is visiting here. Mary Patrick, Sioux City, spent the week-end with her friend, Lucille Sewick. She came with Mrs. Henry Sewick, of Ireton, who came after her daughter and niece, who had spent a week here. Mrs. A. G. Volentine and son Glenn went to Nora Springs last week Monday. They returned Tuesday, bringing with them Mrs. Volentine's mother, Mrs. J. Ella Noah, for a visit here. Winsome Volentine returned Saturday from Hackensack, Minn., where she had spent a couple weeks at a lake. She waa with At the Kohlhaas & Spilles Hardware You can buy— Arsenate of lead 4 Ibs. 49c Cattle spray, 1 gallon 75c Horse covers— Horse covers $1.75, $2.75 per pair Good grade canvas. Leather $6.50 Dry cells, each 25c All solid copper boilers, large No. 9 —. $3.25 Remington rifles, single shot, bolt action _ Repeater, bolt action $12.75 Thermos jugs, 1 gal. size 1.15 Thermos bottles— 1 pt. size 95c 1 qt. size $1.45 24- Cold pack canuers, quart size, with rack -. 1 Ib. floor wax; This is a high grade,. per Ib. ___ Lawn chairs, wood frame, canvas back and seat, at _______ VW ftSWVSAh UA*V1 $1.25 3-tine hay forks $1.00 eturn to the university for a reeks summer school. six Mrs. G. W. Bey and son, and Mrs. >!ary Gibbons, of Dodge Center, FAT FOLKS LOSE WEIGHTj^EL FINE Lose Fat This Slimmer—Keep Cool —Look and Feel Younger Mrs. Jessie Martin of San Francisco is happy because she has discovered the right, safe way to reduce—read her letter: "I have taken Kruschen Salts month and find great benefit, him' lost 14 Ibs. in that time and would lose more if I stuck to a diet as I should. I take them rv cry morning regular and hope oth ers will profit by them as I Lave.' We have letters from men a n( women who have lost as much as 100 pounds of fat — from people who have reduced high blood pressure—from folks who have no more bloating or shortness o breath. Kruschen helps stomach, liver bowels to function properly — increases physical attractiveness al while losing unhealthy fat. Just take a half teaspoonfiil in a glass of hot water every morning before brkeafast—get it at E. W. Lusby's Sorensen's Drug Store and druggists everywhere. aint, Remod your HOME el this summer and enjoy the satisfaction and pleasure of having it new, light and unto-date. We can help you. F, S, NORTON & Phone 229 —a. Used Cars! at NewLowPria 1933 Chevrolet ( 1933 _ Ford( 1931 _ Del. Ford i 1931 Ford! 1929 Ford' 1929 Chevrolet ( TERMS KENT MOTOR (1 Phone 434 AUTHORIZED Serrlce— —Salei Reduced Subscription The regular yearly subscription price of the Ad 1 is $2 a year, but a temporary depression pri" $1.50 is still in effect. Celebrate at Algon Biggest Fourth of July Program EVER OFFERED! 8 BIG ACTS BERT CLINTON Bar Comedy SIX DE CARDOS 2 Big Acts of Acrobatics I BILLY REED & 00, — 2 Japanese Balancing Acts THREE RISKAS S Comedy Acrobatics. I FOUR.LAVERNS S Contortionist Tumbling I FOUR MOUNTFORDS g Singing, Music by Four Sisters. 1 Thisu I 20 PEOPLE ON STAGE Twenty people, think of that! Twenty experts in their line ing to Algona to offer a combinedshow that has never Ceiore equalled on the fairgrounds stage. And this is not all—' be a number of other acts now in the process of being $10 show. FIREWORKS A tremendous display by the Thearle-Duffield Co., of Ctactf • ducers of the displays at the 1933 World's Fair, and ai\»«« contract again this year. Bigger and newer than ever. BASEBALL At least two rattling good games. St. Joe vs. Titonka, croft vs. Algona, are two of them. RACING , Both automobile and horse racing. Novelty car races on est half mile track in northern Iowa. MIDWAY The depression is over on midway—concessions are again in droves, and will be on hand at the big program. ( • ' ' go-rounds, corn games, tent shows, n'everything. It s tion without a midway, and you'll find a real one here. DANCING Afternoon and evening In the big cool Floral hall on clance floor in this part of the state to music by Ray * ey Ambassadors. . ,--••- o come. " north Half of Iowa or Southern Minnesota. •gona, where you're sure of a good time and a real

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