Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 12, 1934 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 12, 1934
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Ambulance Service DEATH OF YOUNG MOTHER OF THBEE SHOGKTO ALBONA A more than ordinarily diRlrnss- "K death was that of Mrs. Vincent <leinpeter early Friday morning al lie Oeneral lios)iital. She was only 3 and besides her husband left hreo Kossnth County's Only Invalid Ambulance ed exclusively for sick and accident calls. «\Ve are in the service of others" LOUGH FUNERAL DIRECTORS bone 521-W lay or Night Algona, Iowa JULY learance , order to make room for goods bought at the Chi- igo Furniture Market we are making some wonder\\ prices on .••••.••,•(. . • t LIVING iROOM DINING ROOM and BED ROOM SUITES !0to 331/3 %! Reduction KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA, IOWA PAGE FIVE Mrs. I.!. M. SouthKate spent the week-end with friends at Brill. J. D. Lowe spent, the week-end with his mother at River Falls, Wis. TJoulah Hartshorn and Ella Ba- small children: Marian, 3, R nn am spending a week al the Ok- 2, and Donald, seven'"Mis. Death was caused by per- Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Aalfs left Sunday for several days at Leech Lake, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. 0. D. lirundago and their daughter spent Monday at Mason City. Mr. and Mrs W. II. CumniiiigM OCALS nontlis. lonili.s. Funeral services were conducted iy Father Davern al St. Cecelia's jluirch Monday morning, and bur- al was made in the Wesley Catholic cemetery. Mrs. Klcinpeter's maiden name was Lorraine Richie, and she was )orn at Ventura, where she was raduated from high school on February 4, 1!)30. She was married to Mr. Kleinpclor, whose father is a Wesley merchant. They came here in 1!I31, and Mr. Kleinpeter has since been manager of tho Basket grocery. Mrs. Kleinpeler's parents, Mr. :ind Mrs. John Richie, live at Ma- iiomet, 111. Grandparents who live at Ventura came for the funeral, also a sister from Minnesota. She left six other brothers and sisters. Des Moines, spent Sunday here with friends. Eleanor Backus, attending a Des Moines business college, spent the week-end here. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lorenz spent Sunday at the Okobojis will.) the F. ,T. Manns. Mrs. L. E. Potter went to Fort j Dodge last week Tuesday to visit her son Delbert. The Gordon Frenches, Philadelphia, left for .home Saturday, after two wceksi witlh Mr. French's moth- Brother-in-Law of Mrs. W. J. Bourne Dies in Manitoba Good Hope, July 11 — Word reached the W. J. Bournes July 5 of the death of William Easterly, . Neelin, Manitoba, and the Bournes \ left Friday for Cedar Rapids to meet the funeral party. Interment was made next day at Mount Vernon, the former home of the deceased. Mr. Easterly married Susie Goodwin, a sister of Mrs. Bourne, and of recent years has been in the employ of a Canadian railroad. Mr. and Mrs. Easterly had visited the Bournes frequently. Mrs. Easterly now plans to live with her daughter, Mrs. E. L. Kelso, Cedar Rapids. The Bournes returned Sunday night. En route to Cedar Rapids they stopped at Charles City and Waterloo to call on relatives, Foster Furniture Co. WjHY rorry about cooking when the weather is hot ? When you can buy a Two Burner Oil Stove for as little as $4.75 Ve have some wonderful values in both Oil and Gas|line stoves and a very choice stock to choose from. Come in and look them over and light them yourself fend see how convenient and nice they are. We are pays glad to show them to you and tell you all pbout them. up your mind today that you are going to get a pew Oil or Gasoline Stove, and come and we will help p make your choice, lelson Hardware We Specialize in AUTOMOBILE LIABILITY INSURANCE Our Automobile Insurance Protect* You in Case You Get Hurt A Modern Automobile Travel Service. ' reasonable rates. Complete protection. Duelling and Household Goods Insurance Ixmg Haul Truckers and Cargo Insurance. I' Iowa and Minnesota legal requirements (Special rates). Fidelity Bonds—Surety Bonds—Beer Bonds. Bonds written at our Algona office. 'Policy Writing Connections and Company Contracts Permit 1 » Write Your Insurance and Bonds at the Yery Lowest Bates Consistent With Reliable Service. Brokerage Business Solicited. Loans—JJeal Estate—Dentals—Investments. THE ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY » C. E. la Barre fice lo «ated on ground tloor 1st door North of Iowa State Bk. Algonians Rained Out in Ball Game Rain at Estherville Sunday afternoon caused a baseball game between Algona antl Estherville to e called off in the seventh inning, stherville had the big end of a •0 score at the lime. Gordon lanchard, Lone Rock, pitching for Igona, was hit on one foot by a atted ball in the Gth inning, but ill be able to play next Sunday, unior Kelly finished the game, ext Sunday Eslherville will come ) Algona for a return game at :30 at the fair grounds, and ilanchard and Duller will be the attery for Algona. Mrs. Klawitter, of Lu Verne, Dies at 85 Lu Verne, July 11—Mrs. John •Clawiller, 85, whose sickness was eporled lasl week, died Monday morning al Ihe home of her daugh- er, Mrs. Fred Tiede-Lau, follow- ng a long illness. Her husband died Ihree years ago. Her children, Charles, Edward, and John Klavitter, Mrs. Lewis Stevenson, and Bertha, who had been here a week, had left for their homes at Bloom- nglon, 111., bul were lo return for he funeral services. William Klawitter, anolher son, lives here. New Filing Scheme For Trade' Names A new syslem for listing firm names filed under a law passed some years ago has been installed in Ihe counly recorder's office. Under Ihis law all firms operaling under trade names, or other than as individuals, musl file their trade names and the name of the owner or owners in the recorder's office. Only new firms, or those who have not yet filed, need do so now, as all which have already filed are being transferred. er, Mrs. S. B. French, French's father, Dr. \V. T. Peters Burt. The Baptist Loyal class meets today with Mrs. Esther Willason, Mrs. Georgia Helgens assisting, and roll call will be answered with clever or funny sayings of children. Ruth Marshall, Mason City, came on the Fourth for a visit till Sunday with her cousin, Phyllis Sawyer. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Marshall, will come for her Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Rollin Hunter, Washington, D. C. and their son Rollin, Jr., came Tuesday for several days with Mrs. Hunter's par- mts, Senator and Mrs. L. J. Dickinson. Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Coffin spent Sunday at Bradgate with Mr. Coffin's motlher, Mrs. A. A. Coffin who fell recently and broke her irigilit arm. The elder Mrs. Coffin is 71. Mrs. Lee Stillman, Gary, Ind. went home early last week, after a month with her brother, H. M Vinson, her father, John M. Vinson ust Ilucnhold, and other relatives here. Mrs. Ira Iverson, Clinton, came Monday for a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. August Huenhold. Arbc Dec Long, Mary Elizabeth Brown. Gcrtrudn Lorn:. Huth Mc- Kce, and Gladys and Esther Dcarsch are spending the week at Clear Lake. They have a cottage Foster, Ila Mae Leffert, Margaret lit the "P. M." or Odd Fellows park west of Bayside. Lars Sorensen and Ilis niece, Alma Madison, Lone Rock, left on the Fourth for Griggs, Ida., to \isit a sister of Mr. Sorensen, Mrs. A. C. Larson. En route they were to visit points of interest. Alma is a registered nurse. They expected to be gone a few weeks. Mrs. P. V. Janse and her daufif.ir- ter, Mrs. Miller, of Oklahoma City,, got home Friday from a week's auto tour in the east. They visited Chicago, Washington, D. C., Boston, New York, and points in Can- iarta. Mrs. Miller is spending tihe Spencer, and Mr. ents at Gowrie. Stillman's par- R. J. Harrington spent the weekend with friends at Waterloo and Mason City. Ruth Barclay, Mason City, accompanied him here Sunday ifternoon for a few days at the Harrington home. Mr. and Mrs. John Jordan, E Paso, Tex., and a son, who are vis iting Mrs. Jordan's mother, Mrs John Carlson, went to George las Thursday for a few weeks with Mr Jordan's parents. Dr. and Mrs. R. M. Wallace, with Mr. and Mrs. H. 0. Buell, Burt, departed yesterday for a iisttiing vacation in Minnesota. Doctor Wallace said he did not know where the party would stop. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Schroyer, Hampton, brought their grandson, Dean Lowe, home on the Fourth. Dean had spent nearly a month with them. He is the son o£ Mr. and Mrs. N. Victor Lowe. The J. S. Auners .spent a few moments witllv old Mends; here while on their way to Hhe Oko- and_ Mrs. isumnier with her parents. John Zimmermann, Concordia .eminary student at St. Louis, preached Sunday in botUv languages at the Trinity Lutheran church, •le is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Hike Zimmermann. The Rev. P. I. Braner pread'ned Sunday for a nission festival at Garner. Dr. and Mrs. W. W. Hayes, of Boone, spent the week-end with he Dr. John N. Keneficks. Doctor layes has just finished a year's .nterneship and is locating at Boone. Mrs. Hayes and Mrs. Kene- ick took nurses' training together it the state university hospital. The Rev. and Mrs. Victor Sohuldt, Richard Post, Rohert Richardson, Ella Mae Johnson, Margaret Stephenisc-n, Barbara Hudson,,iBarbara Haggard, and Ida; Halpin went to the Okobojis Monday to spend the week attending an Epworth League institute. Margaret Vigars, Edith Roeder, eneva Scharlach, and Helena Ostrum went to the Okobojis Saturday for a week at the Danson cottage, where they are guests of Shirley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. 0. Danson, Corwith. The Danson cottage is on West Okoboji. Marriage licenses have been issued to: Dean 0. Hines, Frances Marie Groat, both of Granada, Minn.; Enos Wrede, Burt, Elvira Krause, Fenton; Merle E. Pocklington, Luella J. Hawarden; and Jacobs, both of Elvin Rolfson, Fenton, Esther Anliker, West Bend. At the General hospital last Thursday there was born to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cook, Algona, an -Ib. girl. At the same hospital riday Claude Smith's tonsils ^ere removed, and Mertie Hinders, Jritt, and Sylvia Lanning, Delhi, ad tonsil and 'adenoid operations Dies in Auto En Route to Algona St. Joe, July 10—Matt Moore died suddenly of heart disease in the back seat of his car as he and Mrs. Moore were coming to Algona Sat- bojis, where they are to spend a week with Mr. Auner's parents, who ihave a summer cottage tlhere Dorothy Sellstrom, returned Tuesday from St. Peter, Minn., where she had spent several days with friends. She recently completed a year of study at the Gnsta- vus Adolphus Lutheran college there. Grace Forsyth, Mason City, spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Ottc B. Laing. Supt. and Mrs. Laing, am their two sons David and Edwin went to Cordyon Monday for ten days with Mr. and Mrs. Laing's parents. Mrs. H. H. Rowe and her grand daughter, Eunice Sampson, botti. o Lake Park, went Home Sunday 'after a week with the former' daughter, Mrs. V. H. Coffin. The Coffins took Uhem to Bode t catch a train. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Osterbauei Onawa, 111., and their children Dorothy, Raymond, and Marjone went home Friday, after a wee wifth >L. M.'s parents, Mr. and Mrs Matt Osterbauer. L. M. is nigh clerk in a Ihotel. Mrs. L. F. Bunner, New Sharon iaturday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Berls, Chiago, came Friday to visit Mr. and Irs. A. Hutchison and other riends here. Mrs. Berls, formerly sickness, and is recuperating at the home of a son who lives there. She writes tiliat 'the country about Orillia is beautiful and the summer weather delightful, the air being cool an'l refreshing. There arc largo Jakps in tie np ! <riliboi!':K>od. Alex Pincuskie, Chicago, left Tuesday after ten days with the L. S. Koppens and other friends in and around-Algona. He left here some 16 years ago, and is now a painter and decoralor. He was adopled here before Ihe war, and it was through Mr. Koppen that he found a sister, who was adopled by a Chicago family. He enlisled for Ihe World war from Algona, and afler discharge was again here a few months. A. E. Fox, Beverly Hills, Calif., and Mrs. Merwin Foote, Hastings, Neb., arrived Tuesday lo visil the M. E. Worster, Cleve Stewart, and John Simon Jr. homes. Mr. Fox is a son of Mrs. Worster and a brother of Mrs. Stewart and Mrs. Cora Virgin. Algonians will recall an Advance story May 31 of his part in the release of Mr. Getlle, Beverly Hills, inlimale friend of Mr. Fox who was kidnaped. Mrs. Foole is a daughler of Mrs. Virgin. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Seipman have a new granddaughler, the first child of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Froelich, west of Wesley. The baby was born July 2 at the Kos- sulh hospilal. Mrs. Froelich was formerly Wilma Seipman. The Seipmans have two other grandchildren, the sons, 5 and 4, of their son William, who is employed at the Norton lumberyard. There are four Seipman sons still at home, and Mr. Seipman, who also serves as Woodman clerk, is in charge of the meat departmenl at Moe & Sjogren's. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Emry, Huron, S. D., were guests of the Jimmie Nevilles from last Thursday till Monday morning. Mrs. Emry and Mrs. Neville are sisters. Mr. Emry, who is an old Iowa City classmate of W. C. Dewel, is secretary of the Huron chamber of commerce. Huron is in the district devastated by drought. Mr. Emry said lhal up lo the time he left home there had nol been a drop of rain there in three months, and for 80 miles out of Huron on the way here there were no crops or pastures. Huron is a town of some 11,000 inhabitants. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Fourage, St. Joe, entertained 39 persons Sunday evening: the John Reilings, Mr. and Mrs. George Thul, daughter Bertha, the Tony Beckers, Mail Ihe Charles Mr. and Mrs. Martin Waba and Francis Schneider, St. Benedict, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Klemm, daughter Mary Lou, and Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Kemper, all of Lu Verne, Genevieve Gisch, St. Joe, and Mr. and Mrs. August Hie- non, St. Benedict, Peter, Joseph and John Freilinger. The evening was spent at 500, and refreshments were served at midnight. R. H. Guderian, Advance lino- typist, and Mrs. Guderian got home Sunday morning from a week in Chicago, where they spent three days at the world's fair. They found it a great experience. Mr. Guderian considers the Ripley exhibit the best of the concessions part August 1 for Washington, D. C., and after conference with superiors in the consular bureau Lhere will proceed to New York, whence he will sail about August 10 for his new post at St. Johns, Newfoundland. He remarked Friday that one of his objectives at Milwaukee would be the purchase of a raincoat. St. Johns is on an island In the Gulf of St. Lawrence, and there is a great plenty of rain there. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. King, New Haven, Conn., and their daughters Phyllis and Mary went home Tuesday, after a week with Mrs. King's sister, Mrs. H. N. Kruse. Mrs. J. F. Lyman, Tacoma, and her sister, Mrs. R. E. King, Pullman, Wash., came a week ago Saturday for a few weeks with their sister, Mrs. Kruse, and other Sunday guests of the Kruses were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Payne and Mr. and Mrs. George Payne, Lakefield, Minn,, Mrs. Alice Johnson, Huron Lake, Minn., Mrs. Grace Brinkall, Minneapolis, Mr. and Mrs. George Smith, Alden, their two children, and Mrs. J. F. Lawrence, of Fairmont. Mrs. Smith is a sister of Mr. Kruse, and Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. Lawrence are aunts of, Mrs. Kruse. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Godden returned Monday from Iowa City, where they had been since last Thursday. Mrs. Godden, who has been in poor health recently, went; through the clinic there, and they, visited Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Godden, Emmetsburg, who are at Iowa City, where the elder Mr. Godden re^ cently underwent an operation at the university hospital. He is expected to be able to come home 1 this week-end. The W. H. Godden' daughter Joan returned Tuesday from Chicago, where she had spent ten days with relatives and at tho World's fair. The other two children, Mary Elizabeth and Billy, came home Monday from the Oko- bojis, where they had spent sev- 1 eral days at one of the Godden cottages, with the J. H. Godden house- 1 koeper. NOBTHWEST-IOWA - SUMMER - RESO.RT Call Theatre Wednesday-Thursday, Jnly 11-12 Matinee 2:30 Thursday. Outstanding class picture of week! OAKY COOPER MAKION DAVIES in Robert Chambers story Recommended by Federated Clubs "Operator 18" and LANNY ROSS in "Tune Up and Sing" It's grand on wide range—here. New News. Friday and Saturday, July 13 - 14 Recommended by Federated Clubs Big for the family. Fun and thrill show. Ziemet and Eugene, Marsos, West Bend. RUGGLES W UNA MERKEL W^, V_-j Vlarjorie Bowyer, is a daughter of! Mrs. Nellie G. Bowyer, Los Ange- he saw. The horticultural exhibit es. Mr. and Mrs. Berls were en- route home from Los Angeles and other points in the West. The Rev. A. L. Marquardt, Minneapolis, has accepted a call to the Britt Congregational pastorate left vacant by the death of the Rev. B. M. Southgate. Mrs. Southgate sold part of her household goods at auction at Britt a week ago Saturday, and is now living here with her daughter, Mrs. T. T. Herbst. Dr. and Mrs. R. A. Crawford, Indianapolis, and tlheir daughters! Ann and Mary arrived Monday to visit the Dr. L. C. Nugents and! other local friends. Tlhey visited at Des Moines and Fort Dodge before coming hero. Doctor Crawford was for a few yea re till e partner of the late Dr. M. J. Kenefick. is something miss. There no visitor should are of course num- New berless others of surpassing interest, but after a day one becomes so leg weary that some of the most wonderful exhibits fail to attract. The Guderians had rooms in a private house and rode to the fair grounds by bus at only lOc each a trip. The Harold B. Quartons plan to leave in a few days for Milwaukee, where a sister of Mrs. Quarton lives, and the latter and her young son will spend most of the coming year there. Mr. Quarton will de- Ardyce Jean Moines, came Weatherwax, Friday for Des two weeks with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Nugent. Ardyce Jean's mother brought her to Algona and after visiting here briefly went to Plain Haven Beach, near Hubbard, Minn., for a month's va- Produced by the same company that gave us "The Thin Man It's exciting fun. Aesop's Fable Scrappy Serial—Lost Jungle —and— On stage in. person LITTLE NORMA LEENEY Iowa City House guest of Mrs. Tom Me Donnell, of Whittemore, la.j in series of classical dances, acrobai ics, tap and toe dancing. Be sure to treat your kiddies t this wonderful program. Matinee 2:30 Saturday. No advance in prices. Sunday and Monday, Jnly 15-16 100 per cent entertainment! It's a grand 'feeling to be able to! ook a winnes. : . For the family! i' •"" IV. C. FIELDS BABY LEROY —in— "The Old Fashioned Way" A laugh special. Watch for Joe Morrison, new! ! ace in pictures. He stops iM show. ,.A. Money back guarantee. |_ Drive 50 miles with the famfijg ,o see this one. Kiddies, lOc Treat them all. Betler than his last'. Big laugh special. '? "You're Telling Me" V —Also— 'j Colored Silly Symphony" "The Grasshopper and the Ants* 1 Brilliant music on our wi<M range musical-true hot harmony,! 4 Slackers of the Jungle i r —and— "fv Sew News Tuesday—Bank Night CARY GRANT EDW. EVERETT HORTON GENEVIEVE TOBIN in "Kiss and Make Up" Burlesque on beauty game. Swanky beauty parlor. Backgrounds—great for ladies. Comedy and News. OFFICIAL PUBLICATION To All Whom It May Concern: By direction of the City Council of the City of Algona, Iowa, notice is hereby given that on the 2nd day of July, 1934, the City Council of the City of Algona, Iowa, passed a resolution approving certain plans, specifications and proposed contract to be entered into by and between the City of Algona, Iowa, and J. F. Pritchard & Company, a came last week two weeks with nd Mrs. W. A. urday morning. Mre. to take chiropractic Moore was treatment UU idivti v»* »•—*." _ here. Mr. Moore's death occurred at a point two miles south of St. Joe on No. 169. Besides his wife he left three grown children, all at home. The Moores live six miles south of St. Joe. Visits Flanagan's School. Mrs F W. Green and her son Frank Jr. accompanied We Rev. Paul Carlson to Omaha Monday, returning yesterday. Mrs. Greenl ret herSlaughters, Alberta and Sadie, employed there, and Rev. Mr. Carlson consulted cials of Fatllier Flanagan's school for ng the institution. 'I; H.- ! w » »o, QIJ»Qwlc weirs GBJNDIWG . SAWYER, Opt, Algona, Iowa <l'ne offi- •boys on'the question of send- the four older Neitzel boys to> Ten Sunday school young people picnicked Sunday at Clear Lake Nell and Herman Wise, Mary and Harris, Mr. and Mrs. Leo , Wilbur Steven, Milton Gid- Stuber, and Edith Mr. and Mrs. Mack City, joined them. Marie Steven dings, Arthur reenfield. Wise, Mason 3ss-sw. -:£ ankle at the picnic to use the _fpot. Monday SpTareisuhrotherofMrs. Dean, youngest son of Mi. Mrs. W. C. Taylor, Fraser. and entertained Fras'er and Donald Nehring ve guest day »MhS cturch'next week Thursday. The Sunday school had a picnic at Basfe S, north of Britt, this attended a re- were 82 Wednesday her parents, Richardson. for Mr. Mr. Bunner went to Swea City Sunday or a few days with his sister, Mrs. August Peterson. Priscilla Southgate, who has been (siting her sister, Mrs. T. T. Jerbst, and her mother, Mrs. B. M. Southgate, will spend the weekend with friends at a Y.'W. C. A. camp at Marshalltown, where she aught several years. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Barnes, Ihicago, spent Monday with the former's sister, Mrsi. George El- oert. They are visiting Mr. Barnes' parents, Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Barnes, Rolfe. Mr. Barnes is manager of an office in Chicago. Bessie Hopkins, Mrs. Flora Tiss, Bertha E. Johnson, and Clarice Aniesbury, the latter of Carroll, spent Saturday and Sunday at Clear Lake guests of Mary MiWhell, wfoo has a cottage there and works mi a law office at Maswi City. Mrs C. H. Long and her daughter Gertrude got home last Thursday from Glen Ellyn, 111., where hey spent two weeks with Mrs. Long's mother, Mrs. L. Miller. Mrs. Miller came with them. The Longs also visited the World's fair. Dr. and Mrs. G. D. Hauberg. of Moline, III., their daughters Ann and Mary, and the doctor's aunt, Mrs Ida Nesser, Davenport, went home Tuesday, after a visit since Friday with the H. M. Haubergs. The doctor is a brother of H. M. Bernadine Barnes, R. N., employed at the Kossuth Ihosipifad. is cation, Mr. Weatherwax and Ar- orporation, of Kansas City, Mis- dyce Jean will join her in two ' '"' " '"*-- T "~" weeks. Mrs. L. P. Stillman, Dolliver, and her daughter Nadine brought Mrs. C. E. Sullivan, Chicago, to Algona Friday, and the latter visited the A. L. Petersons till Saturday, when she went to Des Moines for another visit en route home. Mrs, Sullivan is a former Liveraiore gill. The Dolliver Stillmans visited at Mrs. Stillman's son G. W. Stillman's. The Rev. C. V. Hulse sends a picture postcard from the Rainier national park and writes: "Hoofed it up to point indicated by arrow. Walked a half mile in snow. Pretty steep. Altitude of Mt. Rainier is 14,408 feet. Having wonderful trip." The arrow pointed to one of the lower peaks of the moun- having a is spending parents, Dr two weeks vacation, and this week with .and Mrs. H. C. her Bar- UitiClll O| *•** .»•— - . nes, Rolfe. Next week, sine.will visit at various points in the rtate. nnimtv Treasurer and Mrs. M. J. County Treasurer Duffy returned Tuesday from a week's vacation at Lake Ida near Alexandria, Minn. They left a week ago Tuesday and were guests of the Charles Rubles, Albert Lea. Mrs. Ruble and Mrs. Duffy are sisters. and Mrs. Lindeman, mt . a ^ ~.~ . Barney, N. D., spent the week-end with the tetter's sister. Mrs. Aug- tain. This peak is on what is known as the skyline trail. Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Gust, Mobile, Ala., and Jean Simmons are expected today for a week with relatives. Mrs. Gust is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Anderson, and Miss Simmons is a daughter of Mrs. Loreen Simmons and a granddaughter of the Andersons. Everett Anderson, who Is head of a department in the Sears-Roebuck store at Mobile, was unable to come with them. Mrs. Ben Sorenson, Walnut, and her son Robert went to Swea City Friday for a week wUttn the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter 1 J3hlers. They toad spent a week here with tlhe Win. C. Daus, and twill be (here next week. Mrs. Sorenson and Mrs. Dau are sdsiters, land Mrs. Sorenson is the former Alma Sdhroeder, who was in the employ of tlhe Elk Cleaners before) her marriage. Sister Mary Materna and Sistei Mary Bertil'le, Dubuque, came Sunday to visit relatives. Sister Mary Materna is a niece of Christine and Caroline Wernerf, and Sister Mary Bertil'le ds a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Goeddertz. Mrs. Goed. dertz, who has -been in poor health for some years, is now criticall; sick, and (her daughter was called The Sisters are from the St. Fran ces convent. A colored picture postcard from Mrs. F. J, Sessdons, Davenport, sister of W. J. Bourne, near Lon« Rock, reports her at Orilla,* Oat She recently suffered a sever ouri, providing for the purchase y the City of Algona, Iowa, of a acket Water Cooling System for Municipal Water and Light »lant at Algona, Iowa. Said con- ract price being about Five Thous- nd Five Hundred Ninety-five Dolars ($5,595.00). Said plans and pecifications and proposed con- ract for said Jacket Water Cooing System being now on file in he office of the City Clerk of the City of Algona, Iowa, and by refer- nce made a part of .this notice. That a resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor and City lerk to enter into said contract or and on behalf o£ the City of Algona, Iowa, and authorizing the •urchase of said Jacket Water Pooling System will be considered iy the City Council of the City of Algona, Iowa, for passage at a meeting to be held on the 26th day of July, 1934, at eight o'clock p. m., in the Council Chamber of said ity, at which time any person in- erested may appear and file objec- ions to the proposed plans and pecifications and contract, or to he cost of said improvement, and said resolution may at any time he amended and passed, or passed as proposed. Dated at Algona, Iowa, this 2nd. day of July, 1934. ADAH CARLSON, City Clerk of the City of 43 Algona, Iowa. CUT RATE GROCERY Friday and Saturday Specials CORN FLAKES 3 pkgs. for 25c JELL POWDER 4 pkgs. for 15c Velvet and Prince Albert, can lOc Yeast Foam, 2 pkgs. 15c Rice, Jap, 4 Ibs. 25c Dried Pears, 2 Ibs. _29c Fruit Nectar,' 8 oz. bottle lOc Gloss Starch, 3 Ibs. _19c Oxydol, large pkg. —19c Big Ben Soap, 10 bars 19c Gold Dust, Ig. pkg. _16c Lighthouse Cleaner, 2 cans 9c Magic Washer, pkg. 19c .Pork and Beans, 2 tall cans 19c Kirk's Hardwater Palm Olive Camay No. 99 Fairsex 4 bars 18c Matches, 6 boxes ' Toilet Tissue, 3 for _18e 1-2 gal. dark Syrup _25c Milk, tall can, 3 for _17c Certo, regular size _24<5 Oyster Shell, standard, 100 Ibs. 77c Bananas, hard yellow, 4 Ibs. _ 28c Table Salt, American, 10 Ib. bag — _____19c Butter, Algona, always good _ 26c Lemons, Sunkist, large size, doz. ,__29c Busiest Little Store in Town. Weekly Bargain Feature at Annex CHRISCH1LLES& HERBST The great sale of toilet articles and cosmetics continues at the Annex—over 100 popular items, neatly packed and boxed and quality merchandise. Your choice IOC Glass'ReplacementtService Auto Glass replaced while you wait. ""^ Ford and Chevrolet windshields installed for $3.50. Non shatter* glass ,,_• $5.50 A new low price on window glass. , ^ GENERAL TIRES You can buy General passenger and truck tires for the same price as you would pay for any standard make of tires. • JOE GREENBERG Phone 118 ,

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