Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 12, 1934 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR SPEARS HOLD REUNION AT SARCHETT'S Good Hope, July 11— Eighty-two .people gathered at Hoy Sarchett's Sunday for a reunion of the Spear clan, and all the immediate children were present. The group included the Win. B. Spears, Campia, Wis.; the A. E. Spears, Sherburn, Minii.; Mrs 'A. Mapes, Irene, Frances, and Ruth, and Roy Gilraan, all of Earlham; Mrs. Jos. Fraser, Dorothy, Ronald, Robert, Elinore, Virgil, Phyllis, Lois, Louis, Harlan, and Melvin Henderson Married— Announcement of the marriage of Melvin Henderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Henderson, of Pomona, Calif., to also Pomona, on Leeta May 5 Stebbins, was received Tuesday by Elsie Cady. The Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Keen, Mrs. R. H. Spencer and M. M. Morrow. Visitors Honored at Pinner— Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Dingley and their daughter Helen entertained at 6:30 dinner Sunday evening in milage £?'*£, kep7 sVcrei two honorof Mr «d Mr. Harry Barl. v months, but was announced at a ' party at the Padua Hills studio. Chicago, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold B. Quarton, St. John's, Newfound- rnirripri of land. Other guests were Mr, and were attended by Mrs. L. C. Nugent and Marie Weh- The couple were Yuma, Ariz., "and were ttneitucu ^/ • Mr. and Mrs. Roy F. Love, friends. They spent a few days following the ceremony at San Diego. They J^arry, all of Sexton; the Sidney ! are to ] eave S00 n for a wedding Spears, Latimer; Virgil and Loyd trip to New y or k city, Washington, Spear, Algona; and Frank Spear. D C-i Chicago, the Yellowstone Other guests were Mrs. Warnie lp ar k, and San Francisco. They will Olinger, the Harold Olmgers, Owa-i De a t Des Moines early in August, ,tona, Minn.; an Olinger family | and wi n come to Algona for a few from Faribault, Minn.; Mr. andj days wit ij f,-j e nds. Mrs. Dell Barker, Waldorf, Minn.; j ji e i v i n , who was born here, was the Donald Frasers, the Clarence rece ntly graduated from the uni- Frasers, Algona; the Scott Moores, vers jty' of California at Berkeley, Mrs. Dora Fraser, Mary, Ruth, andi wnere ne -^5 a member of the ler. Other Society News. The Watanyans had a picnic supper at Anna Buss's Monday night. The evening was spent informally. Mrs. H. E. Rist entertained her birthday club at 6:30 diner Monday evening. John, and Minnie Baker, Mr. and Alpha Kappa Lamda fraternity. He Ttfrs. Elmer Potter, all of Algona; "Mr. and Mrs. Presley Sarchett and the O. K. Romstads, Burt. field assistant for the Life Assurance Society, LONE ROCK VACATION SCHOOL IN PROGRAM Lone Rock, July 11—The daily vacation Bible school pupils, di- At The Call Theatre A Review of the Recent Talkies By T. H. C. Plays Reviewed This Week— Cock-Eycd Cavaliers Fnnny Little Bunnies 1'alooka Shoot, the Works Life of Vergie Winters- T HE COCKEYED CAVALIERS is about as cockeyed as anything you could conceive, even in the hands of goofy, nutty clowns of slapstick. The present production Is on a slightly higher level than some of their past efforts, including some rather good singing and some rather clever burlesque on Merrie Olde England. >( "The Queen will behead you, says Woolsey. "Can a queen behead?" asks Wheeler. "She can be-head," replies Woolsey significantly. "I couldn't be a surgeon,^' says Wheeler, "because I can't stand the inside work." Well, folks, these are two examples of what Cockeyed Cavaliers is. You can laugh it off or go I out mad. For our own part, we prefer to . . ,, , i.t-1— £ u ««4- \f it adequate play to show him off. The Brain Trust in Hollywood md better go into a huddle, and learn signals before the American public, dumb as it is, rebels and gives it the royal raspberry. Shoot the Works is a dull, uninspired, boresome musical nonenity, lacking beauty, intelligence, orig- inalitv, almost everything which goes into the making of an evening's entertainment. (As a forenoon's bill of fare, we saw the first holiday niatinee at 11 a. m It's about as appetizing as a piece of llmburger cheese for breakfast.) THVO FEATURES characterize 1 The Life of Vergie Winters: the subtle, skilful direction of Alfred Santell, and the intelligent convincing acting of Ann Harding and John Boles. Here is Cinema dynamite handled with infinite finesse. Vergie had a rather bac break in her long and suffering life, with only a spoonful of peaceful happiness at the very end o the picture. But she suffers pro digiously, grandiosely, with such e Gathering nt IJeri Reid's— Among family gatherings July 4 •was that at Ben Reid's which included the Tom and John Reids, Mrs. Maine Steinman, the Earl Steinmans, and the Roy Sarchetts, of the Good Hope community; the Albert Reids, Haifa; the Raymond Reids, Algona; the Walter Reids, Des Moines; Mrs. Claude Sails- has been Equitable New York, for several years, and I reefed" by t'heTr teachersTMargaret on his wedding trip will visit the Gladstone and Dorothy Dacken, home office of the company. Mrs. gave a program a t the church Sun- Henderson is a graduate of the j ay morning: opening exercises; University of Southern California and a member of the Pi Sigma Gamma sorority. Algona Editor is Married— At the Little Brown Church, Nashua, Friday took place the marriage of Russell B. Waller, junior bury, Fort Benton, Mont.; the How- (publisher of the Algona Upper Des ard Sarchetts, Burt; the William j Moines, to May Genevieve Sprad- Spears, Campia, Wis.; the Nathan Parrs, and a Mr. Cleveland and a •woman from Austin, Minn. Mrs. Claude Salisbury will spend the summer among relatives here, and her husband and son Ralph will come later. ling, Sparta, Wis. Few facts concerning the event are known here. Dr. and Mrs. R. L. Probasco, Ackley, were the only attendants. The bride, who is a twin sister of Mrs. Holis W. Trainer, Burt, is a registered nurse, and till rec- invocation, the Rev. S. M. stone; song, IMnner at Gross Home— Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Gross were hosts Sunday at a birthday dinner in honor of their sons George and Robert and Mrs. Frank Ditsworth. Similar celebrations have been lield at this time of year. The birthdays of the three fall within a few days. Also present Sunday were Prank Ditsworth, Jacob Maasdam, Mrs. Allen Burbank, Idabelle Fel- [ ter, Burt, Donald Robinson, and "Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Gross. Glad- congregation; New Testament Books, intermediate girls; reciting of New Testament Books, forward and backward, Doris Mae Blanchard; Books of Old Testament, Mary Ann Flaig; daily vacation Bible school acrostic, Eugenia Mae Hofius, Harvey Goden, Gordon Wegener, Caroline Schaumberg; Bible verses in song, school; Book of Esther told by. Lucille Genrich, Mary Jane Hofius, and Doris Sanders; medley, The Love Chorus and Wide, Wide as the Ocean, school; ABC Bible verses, intermediate girls; ques- Ileunion at Dittmer Home— A July 4 gathering at C. L. and j&rie Dittmer's included Mrs. William Treptow, the Lyle Morrises, the Lawrence Dittmers, and Phoebe Morgan. Mr. and Mrs. Morris left Wednesday for Oakland for a week •with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Morris. Sermon Series by Wood— Another of "The Biographies of the Prophets" services will be held at the Whittemore and Good Hope churches Sunday. Persons who IWish to engage in scripture search- Ing should take Bibles. iArie Dittmer Has Jaundice- Mrs. Lyle Morris and Mrs. Arie Dittmer had the flu last week, and Mr. Dittmer's recent attack has developed into yellow jaundice. ently was in charge of the psych- t , ^ bou( . Bjb , e . ^ fc b nitVii^> Tt-n r-H nf tVia Print nnilTltv ,_ . -, , " Dons Godden and answered by the primary class; Story of the Cross, Vuanita Wegener; song, congregation; benediction, Mr. Gladstone. FRANK ERDMAN, 31, DIES AT FT. DODGE St. Benedict, July 11 — Frank Erdman, who was operated on for appendicitis at Mercy hospital, :fort Dodge, two weeks ago, died Friday morning. Mr. Erdman was only 31, and he left his wife, Wilma, three small hildren, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Erdman, five brothers, and three sisters, Paul, Herman, Emil, Tony, and Arthur, Mrs. Jas. Arndorfer, Mrs. John Steil pathic ward of the Cook county hospital, Chicago. The couple met for the first time two or three months ago, and it was a case of mutual love at first sight. Mr. Waller, who is a graduate of the University of Minnesota, purchased the S. J. Backus interest in the Upper Des Moines two years ago. He is the son of E. R, Valler, St. Paul. After their marriage Mr. and Irs. Waller left for a wedding our of two weeks during which hey were to visit the Twin Cities, he province of Ontario, Can., Tor- nto, Niagara Falls, and Chicago. )n return to Algona they will set up housekeeping in the Vera apartments. •'rciiches in Family Picnic— The Mrs. S. B. Frenches held a 'amily picnic at the Ambrose A. Jail park last Thursday night, and attending were: Mrs. Frencfa, daughter Mrs. Cidney Laird, Dive Final Sign-Up Tomorrow— Cards are out announcing the final sign-up for corn-hog contracts in Union at the Good Hope church this week Friday. Movies Tomorrow Night— The moving pictures at the Good "Hope church by Dist. Supt. W. G Muhleman will be shown this week Friday evening at 8. Other Good Hope. Mrs. Presley Sarchett was host ess Tuesday in honor of Mrs Claude Salisbury and Mrs. Kat and Beth Annis. Lois Whitehill, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Claude Whitehill, Lon Hock, is with Mrs. William Trep tow. Mrs. Kate Annis and her daugh ler Beth were guests at the Goo< "Hope parsonage over the week-end Football Star is i %;. Guest of Parents Itennds Myers, who last sprini •mas appointed line football coae 3fbr the Yale university footbal 'Bquad, is visiting his parents. H •flrove here from tilie east. Dennisl •was a star football player on tin A'lgona higfli school team in 1923 -24 and 1925. He was also one o Uie mainstays of the university -of Iowa football team in 1928 on< 3.929. For several yeans Hie ha Jbeen at various schools in the easl idoing football coaching. He was t Hotary guest "Monday. of J. F. Overmye latter's daughter Jane, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. French, son Donald, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. French, Titou- ka, two children, Mr. and Mr®. Lyle Mathes, tihree children, Mr. and Mrs. Kermit children, Mr. and Setchel'l, two Mrs. Gordon and Justine, the latter married and living at Marshall, Minn. Funeral services were held at the local church Monday, conducted by the Rev. H. B. Kramer, and burial was made at the St, Benedict cemetery. The family has for two years lived on a farm near Lu Verne. French, Philadelphia, two children Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Peters, Burt, dauglhter Mary Lee. Farewell for Mrs. Paul Trauger— Mrs. Paul Trauger was honored at a farewell party given by the Mesdames A. A. Lyons, Robert Larson, Howard Hoenck, and Albert Granzow Tuesday afternoon. Bridge was played at three tables, Mrs. H. L. McCorkle winning the high score, Mrs. Trauger second high. Mrs. Trauger also received a guest prize. Mrs. Russell Weaver, former Algonian, now of Mason City, and her mother-in- law, of Sterling, 111., were out-of- town guests. Next Evening C. C. Party— The next evening party at the Algona Country club clubhouse will be held Tuesday evening, July 17, when a dinner-bridge party will begin at 6:30. Mrs. W. W. Sullivan is chairman of the committee, with Mesdames M. G. Norton, K. D. James, W. P. French, H. E. Rist, and H. B. White, and Messrs, L. C. Nugent, R. O. Bjustrom, R. P. Norton, L. F. Rice, F. C. Zender, and M. C. McMahon as assistants. Next C. C. Dance July 23— Two tickets were given away Monday evening at the Country club dance, and the winners were Bob Williams and John Ferguson. They were given to stimulate advance ticket sales for dances, chances being given only on advance-sale tickets. Tiny Little and his orchestra played Monday night and will play here again August G. The next dance will be City and County Dr. and Mrs. Geo. P. Elvidge, of Perry, spent Sunday with Mr, anc tfrs. Hugh Herman. Mr. and Mrs. H. R.' Cowan and Mr. and Mrs. Abner Long spent Sunday at Mason City. Evelyn Van Allen has been confined to her home since last Thursday with a sore throat. A number of Algona Lutheran families attended a Lotts Creek mission festival Sunday. The C. R. LaBarres spent the week-end with relatives at Fores' Lake, near Minneapolis. Clarice Amesbury, Carroll, has been visiting relatives and old friends here and at Wesiley. Ttfr. and Mrs. A. L. Webster have been spending a few days at the Harry Potter farm since Sunday. Mrs. J. W. Mangan, Minneapolis went home Tuesday, after a week with her daughter, Mrs. M. C. McMahon. H. W. Post and other local truck ers went to Mason City Tuesday evening to attend a truckers' code meeting. , ... St. Benedict St. Benedict and Wesley played t>all on the Fourth at Corwith, and St. Benedict won, 3-2. The Jos. Meyers, St. Cloud, Minn., spent the Fourth with Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Meyer and the rest of the week with other relatives here, Mr. and Mrs. August Fehr re-turned Friday evening from their trip to Illinois to visit the George Benzes. They found the country exceedingly dry there and the crops poor. Adelhaide Eisenbarth, employed at Dyersville, spent the Fourth and till Saturday with the home folks. Vivian Stephenson returned to 'Chicago Saturday night, after a •week here, and was accompanied by her little cousin, Louise Huschka, who is spending a week fir Kiore with her. Mrs. Nick Arndorfer was Algona a few days during h's vacation. . Frank Arndorfer, jved Saturday for a i v/ere accompanied - Mary Klizabf-th, sales, and Matilda on July ing. 23, with Cec Hurst play- Withams Fifty Years Wed—• The Austin Withams, Algona, celebrated their Golden Wedding anniversary Sunday. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Herbert daughter Patricia Sue, Schmeling, and Mrs. Schmeling's niece, Marjorie Bass, the Howard and Everett Withams, Ben Sloter, Mrs. Myrtle Vining, daughter Harriet Frances, and Mrs. M. J. Royce, mother of Mrs. Howard Witharn. Party Honors California Guest— Mrs. W. E. Hawcott entertained at a 'bridge luncheon Friday jn •honor of her .sister-in-law, Mrs. Fay Hopkins, Glendale, Calif Lundlieon was served to eight women at Mrs. Anna March's, afteu which the group went to the Hawcott home for bridge. High scores were won by Mrs. Hopkins and Mrs. W. P. Frendh. W,v Auxiliary in Monthly Meet— i Tlie Legion Auxiliary met Fri| day nigiht at the Legion hall, 25 j members attending. Mrs. V. V. I.\audain, president and Mrs. W. B. l French, second vice-president, were i elected delegates to a state convention in Des Moines August 2223-24. A family picnic for Auxiil- .VT',- .« • -.i Vl.JlH I ¥ I i lile. : if. ro, Simons had an '..-,: ration Monday '<-/..lAf--'A attended. -.m, Clerraont, rday tor the tiyfca. .«r (.t Mr. and ?«f 12 reported iary and Legion 3 was planned. members August Birthday Club is Entertained— Mrs. S. A. Worster entertained her Birthday club members and husbands at a week-end party at the F. S. Norton cottage at the Ok- obojis. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Norton, Mr. and MJS. B. A. Thorpe, Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Paxson, augh it out on this front if akes all summer. You can wres- le with the money question and he farm mortgage situation if you ike, but we'll take the Cockeyed avaliers and have a darned good Id-fashioned belly laugh. It's all in the way you look at t, said the old lady who kissed the ow (or was it, or did she?)—can t be the heat? XTITH EACH NEW Walt Disney 'V Silly Symphony, the conviction rows that practically all the rains produced in Hollywood go nto the making of these delightful ne-reel comedies. Here is a eauty of color and a freshness of lot which is a distinct innovation. The latest one at the Call is bout Easter bunnies, with a su- erb musical accompaniment and everal really beautiful scenes. The ideas show imagination, anther negligible quality in Holly- vood. The sequences wherein the abbits take their colors from the ainbow, combines both originality nd beauty. Attaboy, Walt!' T HE FOURTH OF JULY-EVE party at the Country club last veek Tuesday night wrecked our ritical poise completely, and we .re unable to report intelligently '!• otherwise on the proceedings at he Call. The short subjects were mrticularly lousy, however, and immy Durante failed to intrigue us in a pot-pourri of putridity ailed Palooka. Durante reminds us of red-pepper—pungent as a lavoring but particularly obnox- ous as a food. We wonder how a comedian of his stripe rides the waves of popular acclaim to the extent of appearing in full-length features, coffee hours, and the stage, all at one and the same time? Is it a •eflection on the moronic tastes of he amusement-loving American public, or is this gent a smart guy? We'll give up. B EN BERNIE, the Ol' Maestro, got a bad break when they jlaced the burden of carrying the 'draw load" of Shoot the Works almost completely on his shoulders. Compared to such musical liowitzers as Flying to Rio, Shoot the Works Is a cap-pistol . There isn't an outstanding scene in the production. How long will it take for producers to learn that regardless of the popularity of any actor, band leader or prize fighter, the vehicle for exhibiting his talents is the important thing. In other words, the more popular and talented the headliner, the more necessary an sympathetic gesture, that it compresses feminine hearts as effectively as though they were put through a clotheswringer. Cheated out of her chance at happiness by underhanded deceit, Vergie sees the man she loves married to a social climber (Helen Vinson). This deception forms the sympathetic basis for audience acceptance of a clandestine relationship between Vergie and her married lover (John Boles) which covers a good part of their lives—20 years to be exact. Then when Ver= ie becomes a mother the child is promptly adopted by Boles and his wife, who rear it as their own, which of course, is not difficult for Husband Boles, since he is really the father. Complications arise when the wife becomes suspicious, and in .he end John meets a tragic death at the hands of his spouse. Vergie is sent to prison for the murder, and things look decidedly gloomy for our poor heroine. But her daughter, happily married, has been informed by her foster-mother, who dies opportunely, of her true parentage, and Vergie is pardoned, and may now live peacefully on memories of the past. Ann Harding, by her virginal personality, is probably the only Hollywood actress who could portray such a character as this and get away with it. There is an old philosophy, which had its origin in the Greek, we believe, that nothing beautiful can be bad. Without getting into a discussion of ethics The Life of Vergie Winters is beautifully done and for this reason, is less likely to irk the censors than a less intelligent portrayal of a similar theme like Doctor Monica. At any rate, almost the entire TRINITY LimiEKAN, P. J. Hraner, 1'astor — Next Sunday: Sunday school and Bible class, 10 a. m.; Englisdi 'services, 10:30, The\ board of elders meets tomorrow evening at 8:30, and quarterly 'business meeting of voting members will ta,ke place Sunday after 'forenoon services. Please return weekly envelopes with .gifts for your congregation and mission. CONGTIKOATIONAL, J. Robert Hocrncr, Pastor—There will be no preaching service at the Congregational church next Sunday morning. The evening union meeting will be held at this church at 8 o'clock, and the Rev. Walter M. Valker, Philadelphia, will deliver he sermon. Mr. Walker is a jrother of W. F. Walker, Algona. FIRST LUTHERAN, M. A. Sjos- rnnd, Pastor—The Aid meets tomorrow at Mrs. Ross Calhoun's; Irs. Victor Johnson assisting'host- ss. Confirmation class Saturday, 10 a. m.; Junior Mission Band, af- ernoon 2:30 p. m. Luther hall. VIorning worship next Sunday, 9; unday school, 10. feminine contingent at the Cal came out with tear-dimmed eyes so we may assume that the picture was an unqualified success. Anc the funny part of it is that they al felt sorry for Ann. Storm Damages Church. Seneca, July 10—Work has begun rebuilding the chimney on the Sen eca Lutheran church, whcih wai blown down in one of the recen terrific windstorms. The building was also fioved on its foundation in the same storm and is now being straightened. • Herman Dan Lnid Up. Burt, July 11—Herman Dau was confined to bed several days last week, the result of a fall from a telephone pole. No bones were broken, but he was badly bruised and shaken up. New Barn for Jain Farm in Portland We hear that the farm in Port- and township where the Ellis ains live is to have a new barn, 6x48-18. Some lumber sawed rom trees on the place will be used. This farm is owned by the .incoln National Life Insurance company. This company took over he assets of the Royal Life Insurance Co. when the Royal company ailed. are the Offerings MRS TRIBON! end has for you this week Friday &Saturda -at— Christensen' Novel Golf Tilt Is Held Last Night A "blind bogie" golf tournament ook place last evening at the Country club grounds and was fol- owed by a Dutch lunch. In the ;ournament the players guessed .heir scores in advance, then played the course, players coming closest to their guesses to win prizes. This was the second Dutch lunch of the season. Swagger Suits, worth to $20.00, d»Q QQ for ^O»wO Spring Coats, worth to $15.00, £C QQ Wash Blouses, worth to for 6 . 0 :. 89c Ladies' Bathing Suits, worth to £ 4 l $4.00 for ___^ I .' Ladies' Summer Gloves, white, tan, OQ>*% worth to 75c —O5JC Cold Cream, large jar, worth 36c, *f QA for I 51C White Bags, new styles, worth to 75c, for Ladies' Prin cess Slips, for ____ Large size Rub." ber Aprons fo r . Spring Coats, some as cheap as -, White Flannel Coats .. Silk Skirts, worth to $3. Wash Dresses for 83c,$1,ij Silk Dresses worth $8.00 for $2.98*3.9 Silks worth to $1.50 f a yard 39 c 69cl MRS. TRIBON at Christensen's Bargain Basement THE NEW —„ rtre^tone CENTURY PROGRESS TIRE WANTED—USED 26F31. BICYCLE—Call 10p43 FOR SALE—RAT TERRIER pups. Fred C. Byson, Phone 9F13. 10p42-43 Peoples Savings Bank, St. diet, Iowa, asking that he In Equity No. 18788. NOTICE OF APPLICATION TO SELL AND CONVEY CERTAIN REAL ESTATE. In the District Court of Iowa, in and for Kossuth County. D. W. Bates, Superintendent o: Banking of the State of Iowa Plaintiff, vs. People's Savings Bank, St. Bene diet, Iowa, Defendant. To All Depositors and Creditors o the Peoples' Savings Bank, St Benedict, Iowa, and to Whom I May Concern: You are hereby notified tha there is now on file in the office of the Clerk of the District Cour of Iowa, in and for Kossuth county, the Application of D. W. Bates, Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa, as Receiver of the Benebe authorize^ to sell and convey an undivided 113836/747757th interest in and to an undivided 1/3 interest in the North fractional half of Section Seven (7), Township Ninety-four North (94N), Range Twenty-nine West (29W) of the 5th P. M.. Kossuth county, Iowa, according to the recorded Plat thereof, otherwise known as the Runchey farm; subject to the life estate of Mary A. Runchey for the sum of $253.30 cash, to one George Thompson of Polk county, Iowa, upon the terms and conditions set out in said Application to which you are referred for further particulars. You are further notified that the hearing on said Application will be had at the Courthouse in Algona, Kossuth county, Iowa, on the JSth day of July, A. D. 1934, at rhe hour of 2 o'clock p. m., at which time you may appear and show cause, if any you have, why an Order should not be entered authorizing said sale. D. W. BATES, Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa, as Receiver of the Peoples Savings Bank, St. Benedict. Iowa. By J. M. HERBST. IF YOUR BINDER DOES NOT tie, call Theo. Elbert at K. & H. Oil Station. 13p43 FOR SALE—1920 FORD TOURING car, winter top. — Carrie Bierstedt, Lone Rock. 12p43 WANT ELDERLY WOMAN TO assist housework. Two adults.— Write ABC care of Advance. 12p43 GETS THE CREAM—VEGA Separators, $77.50 Users .biggest boosters.—See Bjustrom's, Algona. 12u31tf FOR SALE— 10 HEAD HOL- steins, 5 males, 5 2-year-olds now market right price and on good terms will pay you to get in touch with us.—J. G. Hanson, Loan 4.gent, Mason City, Iowa. 4Su43 f resh. Rock. -H. F. Mittag Lone 16p43-44 FOR SALE—PERFECT PERSIAN kittens. Dogs clipped and bathed.—Hugh Pierce, 415 W. Mc- 43 Examiner in Charge. Gregor. 13p43 SECOND HAND STANDARD SIZE typewriter for sale, reasonable. In good condition.—Inquire Advance. • g ALGONA RESIDENCE PROPERTY for sale: 6-room modern house, full lot, double garage; all in good repair. Inquire H. V. Hull, examiner in charge. 23u42-44 NOW! A DOUBLE GUARANTEE on Phari's Tires backed by Gamble Stores. 6-ply for 18 mo. against all road hazards, except, puncture, fire, and theft and — in addition—for life against defects in material and workmanship. 4 ply, 12 months. Lowest prices. 42-43 IOWA AND MINNESOTA FARMS Sold on easy terms to farmers and investors able to make substantial cash payment. No trades. Write us your wants. 1804 Hayes—80 a. 4 mi. NE of 3, Iowa. All tillable, best of black loam corn land, excellent farm home, small barn,' and other buildings. Price $8,000. 1354 Crowder—280 a. 5 mi. S of Emmetsburg, la. Adjoins paving Completely improved, good buildings, including new barn, some excellent corn land, all tillable. Price $20,000. 743 Nelson-160 a. 2 mi. SE Crystal Lake, la. On gravel road. Land rolling but very productive, 5-roora KEYS—IF PERSON WHO TOOK keys from wrecked Balgeman car a week ago Friday will return appreciated.— 23u43 them it will be Frank Balgeman. house, house. barn, granary, Price $8800. poultry FOR SALE—HERRICK REFRIG- erator. 50-lb. ice capacity. Finish! and interior in good condition, Guckeen, Minn. large enough for average size family. Call Advance. g42 OUR their 1904 Martin—307 a. in Boone county, la., 10 mi. NW Ames Well improved, high producing stock farm, 100 a. good permanent pasture with flowing well, some light timber Gravel road. Rural church ana school adjoins farm PIMPP $21,500. ' 20 a. 7 mi. SW Land undulating, WE DESIRE TO THANK friends and neighbors for kindness and assistance at the time of the death of our son and brother.—Mr. and Batt and Family. Mrs. William 43 INTERNATIONAL MANUFACTUR- er has position for reliable man with car in this locality. Only men interested in permanent work and capable of earning above ordinary income need respond.—Apply Pratt Electric Co., Algona, Iowa. 33P43-45 WE HAVE A FEW CHOICE farms for sale in Kossuth and Hancock counties. If you are in the black loam, highly complete improvements Tn K lent condition, 8-room 2- house, large new barn, hoe" hen house, granary, " excel- etc. double crib, school, low Consolidated taxes. Price $24,000. 1120 and 1086 Larson—320 a <!iz mi. NW Bricelyn, Minn. 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