Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 5, 1934 · Page 3
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

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Thursday, July 5, 1934
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KOSSUTH COTTNTV ADVANCB. AT/UMA IOW A AT [JO PCT WIPES rT-A yearly re- •f f t* •% >T I "" x I *-"VANCH. ALQONA. IOWA ^?^U^M Durins Year ffiisr^-* K;; ™^^ •sarMsftst-,,,^ ~^»MS£ r,';r,r;^r'- ^ ^°~! ™ ns : [^Mstsszs^ T h r H . m „„,,,,,„,,,,, i Legion by the an* % Sn fund $1, .... $i, The women • -,a Poppy hold at last G. A. in Daya pool The have U11V most operated I t y picnic was . ol grounds I honor of tr I are locating w will operate / purchased. Ke missed as the. lithe community ", They have -«• arp and Son r 14 years, also ee the garage, -.-- fiou Rock previously. 'lelbert left Friday, M - n6 Saturday for I Mrs. Sharp -" |near future. o i merchan- build- and i plans Mr. their to and been and j Entertain— Edgar Gruhb ie , and Leona t Ames, acomi feogws, who has lerandparents, Mr, III were Sunday guests r Rogers family, Florence also - - ,,jlt.Verabelle Thom- •arlow and June Bierle E Hie Grubbs home, Verg her grandparents •rs, A. Stoll, Lola and |(o Nevada to visit rela- I Bierles. —' 5 Bride- us shower at Alex ,„.. week Wednesday j honor of Mrs. Lyle [(Dorothy Bierstedt was 31. Mrs. Delmar Angus |nd Dorothy Burt, Arm- j out-of-town guests. served by the hostesses. „ Imogene and Mar:k, Dorothy Macumber. ,itz, Beulah Gladstone, larlan Blanchard. ;s, Rob. Estcl— ions shower was held rs. Robert Estel, nee [hington, at Jim Acker- 'hursday evening. The j recipient of many I Lunch was served by B, Mrs. J. M. Blanchard, Rice, Mrs. Fred Flaig, prank, Mrs. Jim Acker- UK Krueger, and Mrs. hehfives in Yisir— rs. Jay Godden, Ellwyn and George Godden, of s, visited Mr. and Mrs. en at Bert Ditsworth's e. They also saw the ildren, Mr. and Mrs. and Mamie Carr. Geo. nt the week-end at sing to Burt Monday visit relatives. Ion is Ileld- reunion was held in ay, The following from to the R, T. Angus let Clarke, of Harris the Angus's, and Mr, wrence Dittmer. Mrs, Win, Araboy, Minn. 1 and visited her sis- igene Hoflus and Mrs. Ira In Wisconsin— Holllsters left Satur- J' or .Waterloo, Wis., |a tended a Hough re*"^d the Harde Geh- ! remained for the -B summer, the oth- linm , day ' The y also Poll ster's uncle, Chas ""«family at sun Pral- jaigeMeetHeld- « meeting O f board '•tekholdera of the r as held Sat- er treated ice cream and "• ^'le Jun , r:? u ^ho\ver l rd . Bierstedt' ^ Honor of " -- Blo »tSt. Kurt Birthday Honored— Hattle Warda, Warren Rlngndorf, and Clifford ScV.roeder, o£ Burt, were entertained by Esther Godduu Friday evening ford's birthday in honor of C1IE- Other Lone Rock. Mrs. J. M. Blanchard, Donald, Gordon, Jesso Jr., and Doris Mae, spent last week Tuesday and Wednesday at John Sones' at Sutherland. Thursday Mrs. Chester Almo mod Saturday tor an Other were Mr. and Mrs and Lola Frye, Cylinder, here Saturday evening Fryes returning with them. The Mite society met Friday afternoon with Mrs. Will Christenson. ,_ amCS .. Wore playc(1 ' Th ° next meet- Lh Mrs. Victor Rogers, tea sponsored by the •society scheduled for July 10 is postponed till Juty 17 Mrs. T. W. Kngiund, and Mar- evening at their . Mr. and Mrs. so , ,* y aml Sunda y wltl * 8lSl ? r> M '' S ' E ' N " r guests wore Eliza- both Jensen and the A. H. Hennlng sens, Greattinger. Mrs. George Pettit, Ralzine and Marjorie, Phyllis Seegebarth, Mrs. Arthur Priebe and Mrs. Oscar Earing attended a pre-nuptial miscellaneous shower at Elvira Wehr- spann's, south of Fenton, last Thursday. Bernard Genrlch spent last week with his grandparents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Blanchard, Irvington. He returned Thursday, Mrs. Blanchard accompanied him and remained till Saturday. . Mrs, Howard McChesney and and children, Junior, Robert, and Barbara, of Van Nuys, Calif., arrived last Thursday for an extended visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Pettit. Ida Willison, Glidden, and Ruth McBride, Polk City, daily vacation Bible school instructors at Plum Creek school, were Sunday overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dittmer. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bierstedt, Evelyn and Leona, and Margaret Householder, spent Sunday at Lake Okoboji. Leona remained for 10 days with a group of Sioux City nurses, The Harry Hobsons attended the funeral of M. J. Ryerson, Burt, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morris attended the funeral of Raymond Balgeman, Whlttemore, also Sunday. Mrs. L. R. Roderick and J. M. Blanchard attended the republican county convention, and Glenn Sharp and Arthur Priebe, the democratic convention in Algona Saturday. Mrs. Albert Thompson, Mrs, Lawrence Newbrough and son, and Mrs. Ray Zunkle, spent last week Tuesday at M. E. Blanchard'B,: ington. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Priebe i Sunday at Clear Lake, Mrs. Priebeta) sister Violet and friends, of rah, joining them there for a nic. John Sprank and Mr. and ~~. m , Fred Genrich attended the funeraE of Fred Ward, rural letter carrien,, Algona, last Thursday, Mrs. G. A. Sharp and the Glennt Sharps, drove to Dayton Sunday,,to help Mr. Sharp get located IBS his new business. A GLORIOUS, MAGNIFICENT BIG STREET PARADE =3 1 !WARD IN JOYFUL ABANDON 11 a. m. to is3O p. m. FRIDAY JULY 6 Fifteen-feet tall, these mammoth replicas of live-power animals loom above the floor of the huge motor driven floats. Watch their eyeballs roll, their tails switch, their eyes search, and hear their roars when this big parade comes to Algona Friday afternoon from 11 a. m. till 1:30 p. m. Nine floats oi almost living animals make a sight worth driving 5O or 1OO miles to see Remember the huge animals at the World's Fair "Million Years Ago?" Jhese are larger and better. Come see them—there is no cost ,no obligation, nothing to buy. The parade moves up and down State street, and will then be parked around the courthouse square during the noon hour so all may see the animals at close range. Hold That Tiger! Who's Afraid? Actual Photos of Parade Floats This is an Opportunity to see World's Fair Exhibit Quality at Algona Friday, July 6 11 a. m. till 1:30 p. m. Come up and see me Friday Get Your Live Power at These Stations DELDUTCH Super-Service West Standard Station Southwest Corner of Courthouse _____ BBmsrei^^ KOHLHAAS Bros. Garage ALGONA Super-Service KEN L. HARRIS COOK'S No. 18 Station and Beer Garden ELBERT Plymouth-DodgeGarage

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