Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 26, 1934 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 26, 1934
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26, 1934. I fl*f<" Foil OODS L a Savings I** .. *:)_«.*•«; Vr U s " pplic9 the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. , 1,000 Island or ...... _ 14C HENRY G, KLAMP, KOSSUTH OLDTIMER DIES HERE SUNDAY Another Kossuth oldtimcr passed when Henry 0. Klamp, nearly 83, died Sunday at tho homo of his daughter, MVH. ('. I,. Tngcrsoll, Algona. KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA Maude and (Jrace Mcintyre, ard Carey, went, to Fort Dodge, for her Saturday. The Allans are expected hero this week-end to visit . •*, »,_,,.. tr-~ Allan's. Mrs. Allan and Mrs. Van Allen are sis- Mailene, Wighee, Wis., I'f'llMlilll, !><• Sunday at homo. Mildred Mjjchel, Ashlon, j s E~'')Jf'ii(iin^ the week with her m if ind- He bad been sick 10 weeks,! fi| lhc-r, Anton Slreil. went home last week Wednesday, after a visit since the Friday with 1 ITfiw.1 P' the former Esther Bishop, and Mr. Patterson is a social welfare worker in Louisville. They will also visit Mr. Patterson's mother, who has a cottage at the Okobojis, and will be in Iowa a month. Tent meetings for the Four preceding Square Gospel south of the Bryant 'school are to bo continued indefinitely. Tonight's sermon will bo and death resulted from the infirmities of ago with complications. Funeral services were conducted at the Methodist church yesterday afternoon by the Rev. Victor Schulclt, who is supplying for his father-in-law, the Rev. C. V. 'i- and Mrs. (.'. U. Clement lid Margaret Tho World's All Right, a homo oral (lays with relatives. She lent play given hero a year ' " " ' Moines last week Tuesday for »ev-;On the second coming of J''"* • mo,oral (lavs with relatives. She was 1 Saturday• night there will be a di- f or'having a vacation from her duties vino healing service, and next bun- spent th,; week-end at Des Moines (wo ago. was presented at the Hril.tlat the Iowa State bank. dny two services are planned the UUPSIS of the William Kelsoys. ,bigh school auditorium last night Mrs. Andrew Johnson and Roy one in ho evening to be an li us"• fjuv wor c called to Colfax Friday trated talk on "evangelistic fish- hy'news of the death of a cousin inp." The evening services begin who was killed in an automobile ,at 8. ' value, Piling Spice, big vaiue, WBS""^"^.?.? 8 !^ r.::ithfuT~food drink, feltlne. •an - t Beer, eaiu"" 1 ^jj, ^"vacuum packed In tin, pound ;--. ., fnmln. 3 OZ. bOt- flc pkg. 5c soda or • , . tasty foods, 3 to. bot- ' fresh bakt '21 Hen IlilKted, manager of ino'and Tuesday night, under auspices ,1'umiiiingK store, is spending today ."I' tlial. town's Congregational Aid. jwitli Mr. ruinmings at Des Moines.' Mrs. L. .1. Dickinson, Mrs. K. C. „.,. , . v . ,„„.-,,- I Mni - •'• ''• Smith. Stacyvillo. and "'fl<i"K(>n, and Uex Nelson took pastor, and interment was made in I 1 "' 1 ' rhihiren were guests over Sun- |AllfM! Xc 'K lci- ( " DcH Moinos last cnme-! ( ' iiv iU lnn William Wins homo. • Mr. and Mrs. V. K. Johnson, Ma- Mr. Klamp was born August 22, • Kou ( ' ilv ' werp week-end guests of 151, at Racino, Wis. When he was Mr an(i Mrs - Floy! K. Saunders. the family lot in Jlivcrvlew tcry. Thursday, and she is now employed at the I/. Call Dickinson homo. 1'1'ho rest of the party returned that 1851 four the family moved to ° 1 " * dayton M,,n,e Soabbn. irvinuion, under- PorUand A „, h Invnshl, , llten(U , (1 pSressive accident last: . . week Wednesday. Mrs. Fay Hopkins. G endale, Tlieir brother, Molvin Guy, was ser-i Calif., and her daughters Patricia iouslv injured in the same accident land Barbara spen last week at They attended funeral services Mason r.H.y with the J. H. Baileys, M, n ,'n vntiiminrr Qnndav Mrs. Bailey being a sister of Mr. Ul Mau £e™,eT Robert Post, Hopkins Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Haw- and Robert McCullough left Satur- cott. be latter's mo her Mrs. C. W. day for Evanston, 111, where they j Hopkins and her•daughter^ B ss,e l\l\ Ll\ tlllOH./IA| l 11 • ( ,..»".-.. . | fl • i *il nmrnvo.ri'ilT lio'wV; 19 B 'r V X V *?" t \ "V- " 1 ' cri !" nn mr ar>f»<"cius club meeting last. Thursday at the are spending ten days as guests of spent Sunday at Mason uty witn ana HVCU tin lie was \2, when the at the Kossutli hospital Monday. f „•* 1 1 -I-, 1 i ' 1W.......J. .Jlmclu^U IIUIUU 111HL1 XJU1L, (1.111.1 £0,V^ family moved to Delaware county.) Klwood Norton got home Tues- a talk on the P. T. A. The Portland He attended college two years at' " Galena, 111. On March 0, 1870,. Mr. Klamp was married to Wilhelmina Meyer, and they fanned in Delaware county till they came to Kossut.li in 18% and settled north of Algona. where. 1,1 it u in v;vji. i ii H iti.ni. i ii u i nuti v m. i.iivjiciiv; .-ij/vjin." i »«n ».>^« • v».~.r ~ u- sigsbeo home near Burt, and gave in. Dane Collins, Algona high .----. at; day after n week at the World's women plan to organize a township ifair with friends from Wlieat.la.nd. P. T. A. The Presbyterian Helping Hand Sid Spear, who is making the school band instructor, who is at- sociely will i» r ive an ice cream so- excavat.ion for a basement under cial on Uie courthouse lawn Satur-,tho addition for the Neville store, day night. jwas kicked by one of the liorses Mrs. II. M. Smith and her father, [Monday afternoon, and four slitch- l quart jar Incbcon Meats in a Largo Variety ong's FOR REAL MEAT Good Meats nt Low Prices is Our Hobby EGOS WANTED they continued farming till they rc-! Anton Streit. spent Sunday at Ash- es had to be taken to close a gash tired and came to Algona years ago. Mrs. Klamp died here!- 1 ' Michel. f ow jlon with another daughter, Mrs. P. ; in one of his legs. In June, 1933. There are five children: Mrs. C. Mrs. L. J. Dickinson and Mrs. E. Drusilla Cauphlin left yester-jC. Dickinson accompanied Rex ; day for Iret.on, where she is to .Nelson, secretary to Senator Dick- L. Ingersoll Algona 1 ' Alfred I s|innl ' <on ( ' a:tK w '"' ' 1C1 ' s ' K t cr ' Mrs. ( inson, to Des Moines last Thursday Klamp, Woodburn Ore'-'chas H lAlvin Karr - i l() hrin K homo Mr - Dickinson, wlio and Walter Klamp Algom- Mrs'' Dr ' and Ml ' s ' Ml F - Anderson, ihad attended the state republican A. B. Fluhrer, Charles City'There na V ton - wont nomc yesterday, at-.convention there. are six grandchildren: Tyrol! Ingersoll, Cedar Rapids; Mrs. Herbert Welch, Richmond, Calif.; Mrs. Preston Drew, Salt Lake City; Elmer and Droda Klamp, Woodburn; Walter Fluhrer, Charles City. There are four grcat-grandchil-, ,„ , dren. One brother, Wm. F. Klamp, l( ' aK ° Sundil >" lives at Grccley, Iowa. Mr. Klamp had for many yean; been a member of the Methodist church here. ler a visit since Saturday with the | Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Gust, !D. D. Paxsons. ! Mis. A. D. Adams returned Sun- Mobile, Ala., and their niece, Jean Simmons, loft for home last from Madelia, Minn., where , Thursday, after a week with Mrs. day she day with relatives. Senator Dickinson wont to visited since last, Thurs-, Gust's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Anton Anderson. Jean is the daughter of Chi- ; Mrs. Lorena Simmons. night for days at the republican sional headquarters. several I Virginia Morck returned Monday congres- from Alden, Minn., where she I spent last week with friends. Hei ending summer school at North- vestern university. The boys were to attend the world's fair. Tom Stull, Glondale Calif., and wo sons have been here a week or wo, but will shortly go home. They ravel by auto. Tom is a construction contractor, and many here re- thc Baileys. All returned that night. The Californians will visit here till fall. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bishop find their son John attended a reunion of Mrs. Bishop's family a week ago Sunday at E. W. Baldwin's, Grundy Center. Immediate members of the Mrs. Bishop's own family in attendance were Mrs. Bishop's sister, tion contractor, ana many nere r«- ..^.. u «...vw. ».„.„.„..„,,„ -•--—• member seeing him work skilfully Maude McBroom, Iowa City; Mrs. "t bdck-laying. His wife was Ha/,- Viola Bishop, Ruth and Harry at- ol Ring of Bancroft, and they have (tending summer school at the state ive" in California since shortly af- un,vers,ty; and Mr. and Mrs. B. L. lived tor the war. Mr and Mrs. William Latham Hilliard, Dubuque. Tho Rev. and Mrs. M. A. Sjos- Sadie Green returned yesterday | parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Morck, Pall-bearers at the funeral were • Mr and Mrs. F. W. Green. Omaha, where she is working, moved from Alden to Algona a 'after two weeks with her parents, year ago. Mr. Morck is a beer dis- to Charles and Edw. Dittmcr, Henry tributor in this territory. Rieken, Alfred Jergcnson, Gardner, and Bert Deaj,, p . . . . finedcrs wont to Dos | Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Towne and LULU NORTON LOSES HUSBAND IN ALASKA Austin Moinos last Thursday to attend a their daughter Berdine spent Sun' mooting of the fish and game com- (lay at Shellrock with Mr. Town's | parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. 0. Towne, and Betty Lou Towne came home mission, returning Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Roupe spending the week at tho World's'with them, after having spent fair. Mr. Roupe is employed at the week with her grandparents. Richardson furniture store. Mrs. Homer Young and hoi- ine, with Milton cie, Kans., came days with Mrs. Latham's sister, Mrs. Eva Deim, and other relatives here. The Lathams, who have a fruit farm near Muncie, report that that district has suffered severely from drought. Lucille Preston and Eldon and Phylis Burton, Eddyville, were guests of Bernice Harrington Sunday and Monday. The girls bad heen attending a house party at the Okobojis, and came here Sunday. Monday they drove to Fort Dodge, where Miss Preston met her parents. Miss Burton come back for a longer visit. Mrs. L. D. Dickinson earner recently to spend the rest of the summer at the home of her son, Senator L. J. Dickinson. She lives with her daughter, Mrs. J. A. Van ous points with relatives in York state. En route homo l.:lKUUMm LUIJULUI^; nmi ^. — •-• -- — ~ • , rt Mr. and Mrs. Dunne E. Dewcl and daughter Dorothy went to Garner INess, Mason City, but came heie Donald P. Dewel went to Chicago Monday for several days with i by auto last Thursday to attend the friends. They formerly lived there. William Parnell, Kctchikan,'world's fair and returned Monday. Mr. Young is employed at the C. M. Alaska, son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Magnusson, St. P. & P. station, and the Youngs B. E. Norton, died July ].3 at his Gowrin and their son Floyd spent live in the Backus apartments. home, after having been in poor i Mondav and Tuesday with Mr. Mag-1 Mr. and Mrs. Peter Goslin, of - - g e ii- Charles city, and their son Billy NORTHWEST - IOWA - SUMMER - RESORT Voilncsiinj-Tlnirsdn.v, ,hily 25 & 2(5 Grand for the family. ctfll H.B.liJRRNER Warwick Deeping's story Father and Son Grautlnnd Rices Flying Ilodies News and Cartoon Sunday nnd Monday, July '29 and 30 A lot. of fun. i Another big unit show. ' Comedy, drama, music, news—all new just released, ( MADGE EVANS KOUKRT YOUNG TED HEALY OTTO KRUOEB UNA MEIIKJJS in "All Good Americans" J Retitled "Paris Interlude" 1 Story of happenings in American! tourist and student colony in Panfl! when Lindberg landed. ; •—Also— j Walt Disney's colored Silly. ( Symphony « "Tho Big Bail Wolf i New News < Musical—Isha.ni Jones and His I Band. 1 iv.r a.iu m,,,. "•'"•"" Gerald- trand will leave Sunday for a and then- children Bill and GeuUdj^^ vacatlon _ They wU , po tf) Kane, Pa., to visit Mrs. Sjostrand's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Benson, and also make visits at vari Nev they will visit the world's fair. Mr. Sjos- .rand, who is pastor of the First Lutheran church here, will have no substitute till the last Sunday in August, when his father, C. E. Sjostrand; St. Peter, Minn., will conduct services. There will be Sunday school each Sunday. Paul Wille, custodian at the Ambrose A. Call state park, and Mrs. Wille are workers, and among other projects to improve and beautify the surroundings they have built a large lily pool. The pool is reached by a walk that winds down to it from the edge of the lawn. In the pool are several hundred ornamental fish, and more are being grown to be later placed in the pool. Some of the lilies are of a floating type, and others are anchored in submerged tubs. The v v top of the pool is nearly covered Yor vith a small leaf type of floating Friday, July 27. The first German talking picture ever shown in Algona. It has a four-star rating. The International Film Triumph! Itlaedchen in Uniform An Untuual Love Story Tuesday—Bank Nfpht, ANN SOUTHERN 1'AOL KELLY in "Blind Date" New—just released. Comedy—"Another Wild Idea" News Those Were the Days i Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, August 1-2-3 J Better than David Harumt {They used to .... nd in MUDHOLES" pvery time the animals got a k, they had to stand in muddy until I made this watering The sloping concrete plat- i allows spilled water to drain which makes a clean, dry ; for the stock. )fou'd be surprised, too, what it ) to the health of animals to i enough clean, fresh drinking r available at all times. tank is not only rotproof t^also leakproof. It's paying for 1 : in better returns I get from tock." HOW TO CONSTRUCT i us ior suggestions on making tble improvements around the i or home. They're free! IF. S. NORTON & SON Building Material Phone 229 health for the last year. Death was jnusson's sister, Mrs. E. R. due to ulcers of the stomach andjstrom. complications. He was 46 years Charlotte Solemspcn, old a few days before he died. Bur- Minn., came Sunday for came Tuesday for several days with Madelia, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Evans. Mr. Gosa few lin was formerly with the high- Andrews way commission's local office, but of Mrs., was transferred to Mary Elizabeth Van Allen got ial was made in Kclchikan. weeks at the Dr. A. D. Mr. Parnell was survived by his home. She is a cousin wife, the former Lulu Norton, and |Adams. two children, Meryl Mary, 5, and Margaret Lulu, 8 months. His M.-J iciumcu *•••».«., ....... mother, who also survives, lives at [two weeks wedding trip, and are her aunt Mrs. E W. Benson Hei Editor and Mrs. Russell B. Wai- borne Sunday from Buffalo Center, ler returned Friday night from a where she had spent a week with apartments. Vancouver, Wash. Mr. Parnell was born in Newfoundland, but had made Ketchikan his home for the last 20 years, and ,he was employed in a ship yard there. Mrs. Parnell met her husband when she taught at | school f or Ketchikan, and they had been married ten years. at home in one of the Vera grandmother, Mrs. Sadie Cavanaugh, has been at the Benson igan Thelma Horigan, Minneapolis, is^ome durmg^he patrt^weaks^ md their daughter Phyllis came ShViTsecVetary'orthe'Biake Sunday for a week at the A. W. . tjuv, »«J «jw» "«•« ^ . „_-___ T,^.»v. n A^«« OVint c»f f\-n vein i cs Amunson home. Mrs. Christensen is sister, Mrs. Ralph Iss .de.a eting o Loss, Bremerton, Wash., spent B ev- the Fort Dodge Presbytery at Fort uUa Buss. Stella al , and from Winnebago, Minn., where she spent several weeks with another son, R. C. Dickinson, formerly an Algona farmer. Richard Sherman, New City, left for home Monday, after a week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Sherman. Mrs. Sherman took him as far as Des Moines. Richard, who is on the editorial staff of Vanity Fair, was returning en route home from Hawaii, where he obtained material for a travelog for the magazine. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Didriksen returned last Thursday from Minnesota, where they had spent several days. They had a cottage on Rice lake, near Braiherd, and during their absence Eleanor Jacobson, practical nurse, cared for the two Didriksen children. Eleanor goes to Britt this week-end to visit a sister. Mr. Didriksen is Advance foreman. Mrs. B. F. Reed got home a week ago Sunday from two weeks at eral weeks at her sister's, and bad Dodge Tuesday, been at home just a week when Mr. j E. C. Parnell died. R. W. Edmonds, Irene Voight are spending' the Lake Hattie in Minnesota, where InnV Mrs Hnr,- week at the World's fair. Anna is she was the guest of her daughter I'll «• JA**** i , . .,j» > •* r •»«•__,.__ n4_...« _!• "\7Vi «1^4-j-ivi Q brother of Mrs. Parnell's mother, Mrs. B, E. Norton, lives in t<etchi- kan. -a- Algonian Preaches cher and two sons urday for a week cher's parents. Mr. Hancher rs a- , ., to Nevada Sat- vacationing from her duties at the;Mrs. Manson Stewart, Yankton, S Becker. Nea * a3a * water plant. Mr. and Mrs. Wille are well posted on the various plants that can be grown in the lark vicinity. Mrs. Forrest Putney, of Denver went home Sunday, after a week with her sister, Mrs. W. J. Becker and their parents, Mr. and Mrs Jacob Johnson, Wesley. Mrs. Putney is the former Ethel Johnson and was once employed in the County Savings bank. Mr. Putney who has interest in the George Bailey Bonding company, Denver is also treasurer of the concern Mrs. K. R. Ferguson, Cedar Rap ids, her mother, Mrs. Jacob John son, Wesley, and her sister, Mrs. J H. Haverly, Wesley, spent .Satur day with Mrs. Becker and Mrs Putney. Mrs. Ferguson went horn Sunday after a few weeks here an at Wesley. Mrs. Ferguson and Mrs Haverly are also sisters of Mrs - . . Iowa State bank, Stella Mae from D. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart brought | re- the J. L. Bonar law offices, and her here and returned to Yankton Now at popular piiccMfter ten- sationa) runs In •II the leading cities of the world as a two-o* day feature. English silent titles so one can 'ollow the story. Three single reel features addi- .ional. New News. Saturday, July 28 BIG BIG BIG It's a big family show. Outdoor action. BUCK JONES In "The Fighting Banger" New News Aesop's Fables Scrappy Serial —and— MICKY McGUIEE AND HIS GANG in "Micky's Travels" ROGERS . Picture • PEGGY WOOD] CONCHITA MONTINE6RO. MARY CARUSU • ROGCR NNHOF ROBERT TAYIOR' Irene from the county auditor's of- early last week. Mrs. Stewart is the former Ruth Reed, and her turned Sunday. fice Mr. and Mrs. J. B. wheelocK g Goeders went to Wall j.husband is a college professor or , spent last week m no.thern Mm ^ ^ of instructor . inesota and Canada. Mr. wheelocK lth her cousinSi the Thomas Frankl, employed in the at Fairville Festimported for duty at the postoffice Monday morning. Mrs. James Biggins Whittemore, July 25 — Many from lere attended a Lutheran mission lestival at Fairville Sunday, Student A. Zimmerman, teduced Rates on IALL LOANS noon Prof. M. Graebner, president of Concordia college, St. Paul, spoke in English. The Lotts Creek >and furnished music, and dinner was served by the women Of the congregation to all who attended P nia can now secure a loan of .00 or less at our new low pe, [Our new plan will mean a sub- ai saving to you. i Federal offers you the most nplete loan service in the State. various loaning plans. [Reduced payments. As long as 20 months to repay. } WHY PAY MORE THAN OUR NEW LOW RATES? ' t you need money for any pur- See H. N. Kruse the morning services. A large crowd was in attendance for both morning and the afternoon services. The Rev. H. D. Stahmer is pastor. The festival was held in :he Robert Wagner grove. Glass Roof Taken from Greenhouse 125 , Representing Algona Finance Co. Des Koines UPTURE Hoffman, Expert, Mlnne- ^"n., will demonstrate s his "Perfect Reten- in Algona, Tuesday, s Algona hotel, from P- m. Please come F 31, at J f. m. to Fly. appointment, allowed to protrude ">le' y .: 1 hold the cause8 backpains. Reten "on Shields »aid Ubffllt to avoidable oper- trUSSes satisfied - »"8 community. No mail HOME OFFICE: £|5 Lincoln BW ff . Minn, ADVAM t .. .^^ ^s^a^jjn^ ^-•p'lff'wuj lkiuii«i^|^^ and Llyer ,. . . _ SS'Kr? Dodge wont ' and her Zigrangs have a cottage there. Nor- Wall Jeanette's sister Helen and ™an Walker took her to i.uui, -ri'ii- ^""t^, ••—_ iVi + lake :>i.uut;ut «.. Kiuiuiciuiuu, ,ni B uiiu,,urday, after a wee wi Kenneth Foster, who works at save English and German sermons < el " K iai" er - w - • • • been gick tne yigars rendernig plant, south n the morning, while in the after- t Mw. b. b. ^^ ^ Qf town _ re t that the tempera- ten days with a gall tack, and her daughl Miner, who lives in Mrs. Ray ture there Friday was ill degrees r rs _ i the r poUer IB the shade. Heat is causing much T. ^ Herbs shoe department at the Goeders store four years, has resigned and will spend the rest of the summer painting his mother Mrs. Anna Frankl's house and the buildings on a farm they own. His successor at the store is Charles (Chuck) Stevenson who began work Monday. "Chuck" is the son of Mrs. loss of livestock and work is there. ------ , . f - . y,p_ ,1OSS OI HVeSlOCK aim WOI-H. 1H meic- Mrs R W Bailey, of Philadel- fore extra heavy at the rendering ' r •"' for several plant. One section of the Algona Green- nouses is undergoing repairs. The _lass roof has been removed, and ihe framework is being painted in aluminum. Shelves which hold dirt are being repaired, and in a short time the glass will be replace! A novel scheme for enlarging F.pace in the greenhouses is being tried out this sumer. Nearly a full lot of ground was enclosed in cheese -like cloth. Although it is i:i the open and air goes through the cloth, harmful bugs which kill the plants cannot get in. weeks with her parents, Mrs. L. W. Keith. She merly Maroa Keith. M. H. Falkenhainer, H. M. Smith, r- and W. A. Lorenu returned early in i the week from several days of fish- Man and Catherine Streit goring at Court d'Oreilles in northern ™' 5 -r,, a "lv ™ n ™lnit. after ten ; Wisconsin, where Mr. Falkenhainer Tuesday morning, after a s £ Chicago! visiting the lat- >s a cottage. The Prize catch was SB' father Mike Streit, and Har- 'a 21-lb. muskellunge hooked by Mr. ters 1 .. old and Betty Streit. Bonnie Lee Bonar, Jane Laird, Ellen Worster, and Phyllis ^ Lorenz. Guests of Mrs. Vaughan last week Tuesday and Thursday were Boone, where they had spent ten davs at a Y. W. C. A. camp. Mr and Mrs. Chas. Conner, Des Moines, went home Tuesday, after several days with the latter's sister Mrs. W. C. Good. Mr. Conner is in the insurance business. Donnabelle Merron, Estherville, yesterday from her brother, Louis Humphrey, a J C J . . . , . __ J 1 ^u«« :» ln«r M-.' flTlH The Rev. and Mrs. C V. Hulse went to Sioux City Tuesday for a few davs on Northwest Iowa Meth- Clown With Rodeo is a Real Artist "Shorty" Grugan, clown at the rodeo last week, is a well known actor, having worked with rodeos since 1916, also with Tom Mix in pictures, on the vaudeville circuit, and with the Ringling, Barnum & Bailey. Hagenback & Wallace, and John Robinson circuses. His little son Leonard, 7. took part in the show, also Mrs. Grugan, both of whom he trained. They have another son Robert, seven months. Mrs. Grugan's brother Lawson was also trained by Mr. Grugan. -* Rotary & Kiwanis to Battle Tonight The annual kittenball game between the Rotary and K'wunis clubs will take place tonight on the lighted Athletic park field, it will follow a game between an Ai- gona girls' team and a girls' team from Riverdale township. Botn games will be played as benefits for the poor relief milk fund of which Antoinette Boiiustetter has charge. Charges for admission will be J5c for adults and 10c for high school children; grade chij- dreo free. The girls' game will bo-gin at 7:16. fall. sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ryan, and their daughter Margaret. They returned to their home at Monona last Thursday. Dr. and Mrs. W. D. Andrews and their daughter Beverly went to Des Moines last week Sunday to Ruth McKee, Valeria Pickett, Charlotte Hilton, Marian Bensen, of Manly, Irma Dee Phillips, Jane Hemphill, and Ida Halpin are spending this week at a cottage at Clear Lake. Mrs. Frank Bandy, of Britt, and her daughter are with them, Mrs. Bandy as chaperone. Mrs. Bandy is a cousin of Mrs. C. H. Williams, and Miss Benton is Mrs. William's guest. Mrs. G. D. Shumway and * her son David returned Sunday night with Mr. Shumway, after having been at the Okobojis since last week Wednesday. Mr. Shumway went to the lakes Saturday night, and they were the guests of Mr. was mowing the lawn suffered a gash on tho chin eral stitches were taken to close the wound. d]Qve ^ MljmeaW)U8 other daughter. Mrs. M. G. Norton and her two children went to, the Okobojis Sunday to spend the rest of the summer at the Norton family cottage. The Nortons have as guests this week Mrs. A. E. Kresensky, daugh- and ter Ardis, Mrs. E. A. Schemel, and she i and — Sev- dena, Calif., arrived Jos. Sunday to before and Dick had been visiting the former's parents, the S. J. Melameds, of the Basket Grocery, who lost his wife recently, _bas employed jerna_ K«v rins, Wesley, as she will also care small children. Mrs. E. W. Colt and hei son returned to the.r home 111., Saturday, after a m Mrs. Colt's Parents M. ' and visit'the T. H. Chrischilles family and Mrs. Sallie Kranz. Mr. Kranz is a brother of Mrs. Chrischilles and a son of Mrs. Sallie They will visit at Chicago returning to the coast. Nan, Clara, and May Sherman, Los Angeles, arrived recently for several weeks with their brothers, T C. Sherman, Algona, and J. J. Sherman, Bancroft. They will attend the world's fair before going rs. C A. Momyer. Mrs. Colt is me ' . m'er Margaret Momyer. Mr and Mrs. Boyde Hinds, of Canada, arrived Monday for a visit ,-Mfh M,-. Hinds' cousin, F. J. Laing. WliJi «*i* *i*" ut -' v — . ;, . They had visited relatives in nois before coining here. Mr. Hinds manages a grain elevator. K T Zender and his cnlldrtn, nces, Edward, Gertrude, Paul- Frances, Edward, relatives, and Edward visit at St. James. for the ' three | home. Clara and May are teachers ror in the Los Angeles schools. Jack I The marriage of Henry F. Froehl' Leanna G. Rieve, both of St. Minn., took place at the Trinity Lutheran parsonage last week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Meurer, St. James, were in attendance, and the Rev. P. J. Braner performed the ceremony. An 8-lb. girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pickens yesterday morning and a boy to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ludwig, St. Benedict, Friday, both at the Kossuth hospital. Mrs. Pickens was Amelia Arndorfer before marriage. The Ludwig boy has been named William Henry. Frances Ann Zittritsch spent last week at Fort Dodge vrHb the Jamea Eugene, spent Sunday at and St. James, Minn., with * -- ' remained Shumway's mother, Mrs. D. Shumway, of Sutherland, who F. is spending the summer in a cottage on Sunset Beach. Mrs. Whit Wilson, Boise, Idaho their children, Jacaquelyn and Whit Jr., Mrs. Lewis Tallackson Fertile,, and the latter's daughter Peggy Lou came last week Wednesday and visited till Tuesday with the F. E. Kents. Mr. Kent is a brother of Mrs. Wilson and Mrs. Tal- lackson. From Algona the Wilsons and Tallacksons went to the Oko- bo.lis for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Patterson, of Louisville, Ky, are expected today or tomorrow for a visit with There are some things we refuse to do to sell a car Beer!! Engessers Royal Lager Strong Beer 24 Bottle Case $2 Joe Bloom There ore some things we refuse to do to sell a car. We like sales, but fair-dealing and the confidence of our customers are desirable too. For one thing, we refuse to poison any one's mind against another make of car. We know what our car is and what it will do, and we are ready to tell you about that. But to imply defects in another car is not our business. We have done our utmost to encourage intelligent buying of motor cars by showing purchasers how to protect their own interests. All that a good producer asks is a customer who knows quality when he sees it. An intelligent purchaser will speedily conclude that only a bad product requires bad sales methods. We refuse to keep dinning in your ears that the Ford V-8 is the best, most economical lowest priced car. That is claimed for several cars. Obviously it A letter torn Ms. 0e«iy Foid pubHahed by cannot be true of all. There comes a point where claims and adjectives and all advertising hysteria disappears in its own log. Personally. I prefer facts. We say the Ford V- 8 is the best car we have ever made. We say that our 8-cylinder car is col economical to operate as any lower number of cylinders. We say that we have always been known as the makers of good cars and that the many good, well-balanced qualities of our present car place it at the head of our line to date. Any one wishing to do business with us on these principles will find our word and the quality of our product to be A-l* What we say about economy, operation and durability will stand good anywhere*

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