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[cheapest, safest, and most enjoyable way they ilebrate, : ilng you will find in i-to-date stock and Prices are right JBBTS ig Store FOR SERVICE ik well the Fourth [ve your Clothes Cleaned and Pressed — don't delay ! *ts Cleaned and reblocked Satisfactory Service Give our Fur Department a Trial We call for and deliver. tern Dry Cleaners their 25th wedding anniversary; They were married June 24 1907 nl M. rt T ~n.. r , . r ' 1JU 'i Lutheran church " "••*' LV/ iTiuuiuiiu. last T .1 ~ ~" T^' 1 Monda y. and visited at Cecil Lotts Creek, June 27—Mr and Petor ' s °n's till Wednesday T Mrs. Richard Potratz recently'serv- evcnin e. after the kittenball cd a 5 o-ninni, dlnncr In honor of * cnrtowdf t0f ° k after them as ™°y w , ont . °. ut of town, and several cars I?, 1 £__ an 'Wo 81 * direction ttf on at the crossroads, caught near Jerry Sul- and their car was hitched ike's. They were then to town, where Vn, fi, T> ii "umciHn cnurcti by the Rev. M. Fuerstenau and began farming on their present homo Place. Mrs. Potratz was formerly SFSJSSL ^" ta wS gate, cousin of •urn mrs. Martha Flancha, West- p n n«, M tO lco creara gate, cousin of Mr. Potra z, were HP It' ^ a ^ Mrs> Granner win their attendants. ' ° ° e at home here after September Mr. and Mrs. Potratz are the par- iTPJVP' JP. rann , er bein S one of the nntn n f . .. . »*v. buv ttOil - JiOnVfl.rn tafl/>tin*.n Specials Saturday .11)0 The quality. Whole Wheat Flakes per package ;___ 5c Sets Quick" AND COLD MEATS a difference ««« Pay taxes in your town. prices for oe & Sjogren ' JCOSSUTH CQTTNTY ADVANHB. AT^HMA IOW A — ^ ^^-.i jj.j-«v»unCT. t 1VSWA .IT^ ——^ii— ——_-___ PAQB THM» a L^o^Creg^g^brate Silver WeddjngJDate IS OBSERVED BYPOTBATZES at the . . — —v.wuo «,iu LUC uar- cnts of seven children: Herbert AMn Martin, Edna, Bertha, Dolor- Is and Arthur, all at homo except A',?' w 10 lives near 'Lotts Creek the C^T n n he cclcbratl °" were the C. T. Hellers and the Erwin WeatBtttc; the Arthur Lu Verne, Mr. and - H inti!j M ; aml «)d f , A? ' dau ehter Arlene, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Thiel, all of Algona; Mr and Mrs. August Schatt- Rchneidor, Mr .and Mrs. D. Corcles Mr. and Mrs. Albert Behnke, the Edward Maahs family, and Mr. and Mrs. H F. Schultz, all of Whitte- more! : th ,° Wilila m Wetzels, the Martin Meyers, Mr. and Mrs Alvin Potratz, daughter Beverly Ann Mr and Mrs. John Kohlwes. Mr' and Mrs. Herman Reisner, the Edward Kuckers, Mr. and Mrs. William Schmiel, the Rev. E. Fienes all of Lotts Creek; Elma and Hilda Potratz and Francis Schwinderman, Fort Dodge; Betty Ann Bell, Blue Harth; and the William Hillmans, Ceylon. Aid Plans Mission Dinner— The Aid met last Thursday at the school hall, Mrs. William Fuerstenau hostess. With the help of other women of the church the Aid will serve dinner at the annual mission festival Sunday July 8. Mesdames Alex Radig, Herm Mittag, Andrew Kading, Carl Zumach, Noah Reisner, and Richard Potratz were named on the committee. Guests at the meeting were Mesdames William Schmiel, Frank Shellar, William Schmidt, Virgil Zwiefel, Arthur Rusch, and Fred Haack, also Hanna, Margaret, and Ada Fiene. and Marcella Zwiefel. Peter Funiir Visits Here— The Rev. Edward Peters, Cherokee, Okla., who have been visiting Mrs. Peter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. F, Meyer, were Friday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Zumach. Mrs. Peter and Mrs. Zumach are brother and sister. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Meyer gave a party morning at the Immanuel Luther' an church. Mission Festival July 8— Ledyard Couple Kidnaped Till They Put Up Treats . -Mr. and Mrs. Oranner returned from .^ r_ dd i n « tr 'P'to MontanaZt Ledyard teachers. Methodist Aid I'lang Picnic— f , Mr 'l - " arrlett Matzener entertained the Methodist Aid in the church basement last Thursday, ihe next meeting will be a picnic supper in the park and the men are invited. The collection taken will be used as a payment on the silver recently purchased. Lumetta Keece Has Operation— Lumetta Reece was taken to Algona last Thursday for an operation for appendicitis at the Kossuth hospital. Her mother is with her, and she is getting along nicely. Mrs. Mayne Has Operation- Mrs. Lawrence Mayne went to Bancroft last week Wednesday to nave an operation and an abcess in her side removed. She is recuper- Attend Grain Dealers' Meet— Wm. Garry and Edward Kroner attended a grain dealers convention at Des Moines last Thursday and Friday. Mrs. A. F. Scliultx Sick- Mrs. A. F. Schultz suffered a heart attack last week and was under the care of Doctor Sommers. Other Leflvnrd News. Mrs. H. D. Mayne's brother, William Neuenfeldt, Iowa Falls, and his family visited here last week Wednesday and Thursday. They brought home Mrs. Mayne's daughter Edith. Th. Walter Herzogs, Mns. Kramer and Richard Klemme, of Baxter, visited from last week Tuesday to Thursday at William Green's and William Herzog's. The H. D. Maynes and Mrs. Blanche Jenks went to Minneapolis Saturday, and the latter visited her cousin, Mrs. Harry Harvey, who is critically sick. George Dunn took Blanche Jenks and Harriett Matzener to Yale last week Tuesday to bring home Grandma Niester, who had been visiting a sister. The V. A. Barretts last week Monday, and Saturday Evelyn were Sunday her sister, Mrs. Arthur Davis, Em- Fred Genrich's metsburg, came and Mrs. Seege- barth went to ~ her. The Orvllle Rosendahls v~u,» Sunday from Charles City, where EmmetsbunT'wlth r, MrSi F> M ' whlt ney, of Eagle ummetsburg with Grove( and her daugnter Maxlne had vWMdTheWaik spent last Thursday at H. E. came Micka's. ' EHo """'' *"- "'" before returning to their home at Superior. Mrs. Forrest Rause and her children, who had visited Mrs. Rause'a mother a week, returned to their home at Ayrshire Sunday. They were entertained at R. L. Padgett's Friday. The Jj, R. Rodericks, itJie Frank Flaigs, Mrs. Mary Roderick, John Sprank, Mainard Genrich, and Jesse Blanchard Jr. had a picnic at Silverside Sunday. Mrs. Otto, Schultz, Fort Dodge, and her daughter Bernice spent — ,. ^x. „„.,, CLL8 attended a ' ast Thursday at the Frederick Raney family reunion at Alg;onaJi9 cnul tz home, and also visited the Sunday and visited Lumetta Riece J - M - Blanchards. at the Kossuth hospital. | The William Sanders family, of Mrs. William Green, Aleda and Swea City, were Sunday guests at FB /"*Vio »•! t\n TTlla i *._• . _ _ -iV>M f\lt~ n 1 * The Elmer Gerdis family, Bancroft, were Saturday evening guests of the August Schaumbergs. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shlck moved Monday into rooms over the Schultz store. Katherine Williams, Rochester, is visiting this week at the R. T. Angus home. Mrs. Mary Roderick, Mason City, came Saturday to visit at L. R. Roderick's. Geroge Godden, Madison, Wis., ia . , ea an , g Mrs. Charles Hilferty helped Mrs. i the Otis Sanders home. "*" --------- . Gus Anderson celebrate her birthday last Thursday. Mr and Mrs. W. E. Wiemer, Mrs. L. W. Wiemer, and Mrs. Hary Till- The were Charles Linnans, Laurens, at Hugh Walsh's. Bernard Leeper, who has been sick with pneumonia for several • • .. .*...*i,i, emu an a, jriciry mi- "»*"•• .. »m piAcuinujiie* lur ocvcra.1 money were at Algona last week weeks, desires to thank neighbors Wednesday. i and other friends for kindness dur- The Leon Wordens and Clifton in & h}s Illness. Engelbys attended the annual Dut- Tne Fred Wegeners and Mrs. ton family reunion at Algona Sat- Wegener's mother, Mrs. Emily Hei- urda y- jdenwith, Lotts Creek, were Sunday L. A. and Frank and Max Nitz' callers at Arthur Heidenwith's, and the latter's wife went to Hub- I Whittemore. bard Sunday to visit an aunt who I Mr - and Mrs - Robert Dransfeldt »!• I attended a birthday party at Frank Kenneth Thompson went to Ba hling's, Burt, last week Tuesday - ' evening, in honor of Mr'. Bahllng. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Newbrough, Mrs. Roy Zunkle, and the Lawrence Newbroughs spent Sunday at Hum- Mrs. Louise Tillmoney, and the Joe Dulas family, Wells Minn I boldt with relatives, visited the L. W. Wiemers Sunday! ™" ""^ ™"" ™ J " T^Vtirt "m— _•»•*-» . . r PAIR AT L, R, WED JUNE 2ND AT FAIRMONT „,.=. „.. ,.-. 4 , ic , C i 6 «., D » *»..., Lone Rock ' Jur »e 27—The mar- Sunday evening in honor of the riage of Dorothy, second youngest Peters. Mr. Peter preached Sunday daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward - «vf«»l*i3vi* WcllL LU Sioux City last week Monday to visit his brother Milton and look for work. mo JLI. VY. wiemers ounday. •*•*!• «•«« ATXIO. .cjuwaru £>icincna,ra, Fred Bauma,nns took their Irvington, and Howard Blanchard daughter Ida to Bancroft Saturday s P ent Friday at Fred Genrich's and to Consult T)r T A rv«,,;«« A. D. Nfiwhrnno'Vi'a A. D. Newbrough's. The Carl Zollers, Lakota, were --„ -i.— .„„„ iuutDU4t . Jailers at Frederick Schultz's Sun- at Bancroft. day, and Charles remained for the Mrs. George Thompson and Mrs. rest of ^ e summer, prank visited at Elmore last week Mrs> L11 'ian Thompson, daughter Tuesday. Neva, Mrs. W. G. Flaig, and the The Edward Christs, Greenfield Flai S daughter Joan, spent Friday are visiting relatives here and at at Mason City. Lakota. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hillman, of The Herman Goetzes spent last Welc ome, Minn., and their daughter week Wednesday at Tuttle Lake. The Roy Links spent the weekend at Sioux City. to consult Dr. J. A. Devine. Mrs. Leon Worden and Mrs. Chas. Hilferty spent last Thursday at Bancroft. , Mrs. George Thompson and Mrs. Sprank visited at Elmore last week Tuesday. Bierstedt, to Lyle, second son of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Marlow, has been announced. They were mar- The annual mission festival will ried June 2 at the Presbyterian be held Sunday July 8 in the Her- parsonage at Fairmont, and their man Hintz grove The Rev. C. Boye, attendan t g were Dillis Marlow, Ocheyedan, will deliver a German . ...... sermon in the morning, and the cousm of tne bridegroom, and Mar- Rev. Walter Discher, Whittemore, garet Householder. The bride was an v. aer scr, , . English service in the afternoon, j attired in pink organdy with match- The morning service begins at ing accessories 10:30; afternoon at 2:30. A free, lunch at noon will be served by the women of the church. Californlans Visitors Here — Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Peterson, two children, and Marie Radig, Pasadena, Calif., arrived last Thursday for visits with rtihe Alex Radios, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Laabs, the William Fuerstenaus, and others. Mrs. Peterson and Miss Radig are sisters of Mr. Radig, Mrs. Laabs, and Mrs. Fuerstenau. Ahin Potratz Babe Baptised— The infant' daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Potratz was christened gunday at the church and was named Beverly Ann. Sponsors were Mrs. Martin Meyer and Richard Potratz. Edna Potratz 17 j Party — Edna Potratz gave a party last week Tuesday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Potratz, in honor of her 17th birthday. Blind Plays at Emmetsburp— The little German Band played Sunday at an Emmetsburg mission festival held in a grove near that town. It will also play at the Lotts Creek mission festival. Other Lotts Creek. The Rev. P. J. Braner, Algona, was a visitor last Thursday afternoon at the Rev. E. Fiene's. Irvington Soldier Eligible for Medal Irvington, June 27 — Douglas Riley is believed to be the only ex- service man in Irvington township eligible for a Verdun medal awarded by France to Americans who fought at Verdun and in the Argonne between September 26 and October 19, 1918. Douglas was a truck driver and huddled with John Hartman, of Rodman. He has received his association membership and the medal forms. American money worth 15 francs must accompany the form to cover mailing expense. The boys in the Fourth division who saved Verdun in 1918 are also to have their names entered in a gold book of honor. Douglas enlisted September 22, 1917, at Algona. the wearing blue taffeta bridesmaid The bride Mrs. R. T. Angus. Robert Angus, employee in the high school at Chicago Heights, 111., and Gerald Angus, who was graduated from the Northern Illinois State Teach- here. George Godden, Madison, Wis. visited Saturday and Sunday at Wiham Leeper-s. Mr. Godden is an uncle of Mrs. Leeper. Sunday afternoon guests there were the Bert Goddens, tihe Ralph Reidels, Fenton, Clarence and Margaret Householder, and the Jay Goddens Seneca. The Mite society met last Thurs- ers college at De Kalb, are also day with Mrs. Arthur Priebe. Mrs. Glenn Sharp gave the, poem, The Ladle's Aid Society, written by an Iowa authoress. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Will Christenson this week Friday. Jack Quinn and his sisters Julia and Margaret, Bancroft, drove to Emmetsburg Sunday and Willard and Kyrwood Quinn came home with them after a week with their •-- 1.11.11 iiicui ciimr a, wceit wun was graduated from the Lone Rock uncle, Father Robert Quinn, and high school this year. The couple mother, Mrs. Bridget Quinn, at will live at Edward Bierstedt's for Ro <*well City Wesleyans Off for Tour in the East Druggist and~Mrs. H. J. Braley, Wesley, left Friday for Iowa City to join their son, Dr. Alson Braley, of the University hospital staff, for a trip by auto to visit the Braley daughter, Mrs. Murnma, at the U. S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, Md. As announced recently, Lieut. Mumma is being sent to France for two years of advanced study at a Paris naval school, and will shortly leave with W8 wife and three sons. The _ . , _ UM._ f\n l*r turn latest son was born only weeks ago. Doctor Braley 8 also accompanied bint' two wife. the present. Williams Family Has Reunion— A Williams reunion was held at Albert Lea Sunday, and the honoree was Mrs. Ada Williams, 82, of Rochester. Others from Rochester were her daughters, Letty and Blanche Williams, Mrs. Nettie Eldred, Messrs, and Mesdames D. L., W. J., A. B., and Carlton Williams, Katherine Williams, Mrs. Jennie Williams, the Jennings McCrays, the Edwin Habehls, the R. T. Angus family, Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Dittmer, Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Cotton, the Delmar Angus family, Algona, Robert Angus, Chicago Heights, 111., Gerald Angus, De Kalb, 111., the John Bush family, Wells, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Russell Williams, Redfield, S. D., their son Russell, Minneapolis, the Harley Shellitos, Ames, a Miss Clarke, of Harris, and a Miss Anderson, Rochester. There were 54 relatives altogether, and they will meet at Wells, Minn., next year. Exchange Board Entertained— Mr. and Mrs. Alex Kireuger en-^ tertained the Lone Rock Exchange board members at 7 o'clock chicken dinner last week Wednesday evening. Attending: George C. Hanna, Alex Radig, George Nyman, I. F. Engesser, 'P, M. Chrls- tenson, and Laurence Geitzenauer. The chickens were raised'by Mr. Krueger at the elevator, and were 100 days old, averaging 3% pounds, fed on Felco. Krueger Family Has Get-Together A Krueger reunion was held at the Charles Morris home Sunday. Attending: Ernest Krueger, Burt, daughter Ruth, Mrs. Henry Manus, daughter Katherine, Mrs. Lillian Sigler, son Junior, all of Burt; the Will and P. M. Christensons, the Jack Tibbetts family, the Jay God- dens, the Albert Kruegers, and Mrs. Milton Hickman, daughter Shirley, all of Fairmont. A picnic dinner was eaten. Sunday Schools Plan Picnic- There will be a Lone Rock-Ringsted Sunday school picnic here next Sunday. The Sunday school here will convene at 10:30, dinner will be served at noon, and there will be church services in the afternoon. Everyone is to provide lunch. J Oakdale Couple Tlslt Here- Mr, and Mrs. Lester Dacken, Oakdale, arrived last Thursday to visit the parental Frank Dackens, and Sunday guests there were Mr. and Mrs. Austin Berhow and Caroline and Elmer Hall, all of Forest City. Other Lone Bock. Grace Angus came home from the Academy at Wheaton; Ill- last week Wednesday for her vacation with tear parents, Mr .and Vera Morris, accompanied by Alice Mae .Shoemaker, of Carlysle, both students at Ames, spent the week-end at the Charles Morris home. Marietta Christenson, Des Moines, accompanied them to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Christenson. Mrs. Vera Reick, son Edwin, Earl Earing, and the letter's son -Dale, who had been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Earing, left Monday for Rolfe to>spend the day at Julius Hansen's, returning thence to their homes at Kempton and Campus, 111., Tuesday, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ackerson, Lake Crystal, Minn., visited from Saturday till Monday at Clarence Ackerson's, and Sunday the two families attended a Ditsworth family reunion at the Ambrose A. Call state park, Algona. The Martin Andersons, of Armstrong, .Christ Anderson, Bancroft, his children, Emily and George, the August Schaumbergs, and Walter Boeckholt, Buffalo Center, were Sunday guests at the Elmer Gerdis home, Bancroft. The Busy Friday club met last week with Mrs. Raymond Bierstedt, Mrs. Jack Quinn assisting. A quilt was tied to be sent to the Orphans Home at Council Bluffs. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Emil Kraft. The Arthur Bierstedts and Walter Sorensons, Burt, the Raymond Bierstedts, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Marlow, Mrs. William Bierstedt, her family, and the Edward Bierstedts had a picnic at Lost Island day. Sun- Mrs. Ben Seegebarth, Chicago, arrived to visit the George Pettits Keep your children for tomorrow as they are today—in changeless photographs. Sittings can be made at your home or in the studio. Phone for appointment TODAY. L. I/WAY Photographer Algona Phone 181 Mr. and Mrs. Edward Blanchard, guests at spending this week at Jay Goif* den's. Fred Wegener did carpent«(. work three days at Algona laatt week. The E. M. Jensens attended av Jensen reunion at Lost Island SUB* day. Herbert Rahn is suffering from, bloodpoisoning in a knee. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Rice spenfe Saturday at Minneapolis. Ryerson Condition Critical, Burt, June 27—M. J. Ryerson* who fell while shingling his son**, house a week ago Saturday, and has since been paralyzed, is In critical condition and little hope for recovery is held out. Helen tert is nurse. Spend Your Fourth with Us Barbecued Ribs and Chickens A PICNIC BOTTLE ! For your picnic dinner , " While in Algona stop and see COOK'S Beer Garden Junction No. 18 and Diagonal Street MEN (Stt&WtlteikMx&, STAKED THEIR FOUtUNES SMASHED WORLD RECORDS FOR IHE NEW • Tircston* HIGH SPEED TIRE 0 FOJ 1934 - (WIDER TREAD OF I [HATTER CONTOUR MORE TOUGHER RUBBER (GUM-DIPPED HIGH) [STRETCH CORDS DEEPER NON-SKID Witt " « M: . :u t. i J MORE THAN 50% IONSEI I NON-SKID HILEAEE STAMINA IMSTONE HIGH STUD TIRES r Forfi/teenomtecutiveyeart have been on ihe winning V ear* in the SOt-mile* . IndlonapoUe Rmcet 11Mtt MUNI KPWflOT ftOTKTWH • For teven eoneeeutiae yt , where a fUp death. '•'•" ' ; - '' i THH MlAW NOM4IW MFfTY MWnAOMN f Fof l»»»»w »»*w«-j»— *• •how been on the 131 butem of the Tfmthington (D. C.) Rallicar and Electric Company covering 11,JSJ,810 bue mUet irithou* one minute', delay due to tire trouble. THIJ MUMS MKNBAHUrr AND KONOMY fc Were on the Neiman Motor*' Ford WTruckthot made a new eoatt-to-co<ut record of 67 houri, 45 minut... 50 tecondt actual running time. IMS MIANS INDURANCf Listen to the Voice of Fire* tone every Monday Night over N. B.iC. — W E At Nettcork. See Firetlone I Air Balloon fTiffe made at ••'the Firettone Factory and Exhibition Building World? i fair, Chicago. Rubb«r has advanod 442%t CoHon 190%? Y*t you con buy thli omoilna High Siwd Itn of tm pr«i«nt low prloi nnj lovt monty, SAFEST TIRE FIRESTONE EVER BUILT THE New Firestone High Speed Tire for 1934 was built to give you the same dependable -service it provided for the 33 drivers /what'''. started in the torturous 500-mile grind a* Indianapolis May 30. This new tire has a wider .tread of flatter contomy deeper non-skid, more and tougher rubber, giving you more than 50% longer non-skid mileage. . 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