Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 2, 1934 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 2, 1934
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PAGE TEN C<roitfa •^••% MBfc* Bi^^ ROTARIANS WIN AT KITTENBALL FROMJQWANIS Girls in Shorts and Overalls Play the Preliminary. A total of $-17.02 in admissions •was taken in at Athletic park last Thursday evening for the annual Rotary-Kiwanis kittenball game, which was won again this year by the Rotary club, 25-12. The score for a time was 25-0. The money was given to Miss Bonnstetter to add to her milk fund for the poor. The game was played as a benefit for this fund. Girls' Game Intercstincr. A girls' game preceding the inter-club contest was a big puller for attendance. A newly organized Riverdale girls' team was pitted against an Algona girls' team, and spectators got a lot of fun out of watching both teams in action. The Algona girls won by a score of 25-4. The Algoua girls were dressed in green, with a liberal expanse of bare legs. This gave them some advantage in running. The Riverdale girls were variously dressed, some in overalls and one in a party dress. They made a brave fight but were outclassed. Personnel of Teams. The personnel of the Riverdale team follows: Rosetta Barker, Annetta and Agnes Carroll, Delpha and Lucille Halsrude, Albertha Boldridge, Virgie Loss, Wanda Hanson, and Mrs. Barker. The latter was catcher. The Algoua players were Marie Nordstrom, Martha Palmer, Mrs. Carney, Rena Bakken, Ruth Lund, Theda Smith, Amelda and Esther Lavrenz, Rita Dooley, Katherine Kelly, Margaret Lichter, Ruth Hoffeins, Alice Geilenfeld. Lillian Bollinger, Laura Michael, and "Tex" Schwing. League Standings. In the regular kittenball league I RCA now stands at the head of the league with 18 wins and seven losses. The rest of the standings follow: Skelly 17 8 Hub 13 13 Phillips 12 14 Shell 9 17 Coast 8 18 Last week Wednesday evening Coast-to-Coast was defeated by Phillips, 18-8, and Shell won over Skelly. Friday evening the Hub Clothiers won over Phillips, 10-9, and RCA won over Coast-to-Coast, 15-2. The first game was an 8-inning game and was close throughout. Monday evening Shell was beaten by Phillips, 14-9, and the Clothiers ran up the biggest score of the season, defeating Coast-to-Coast, 25-7. Last night Skelly was to play RCA, and Shell was to play the Clothiers. '"PHIS .IS THELMA KENEFICK, of Eagle Grove, sister of Dr. John N. Kenefick, Algona, and niece of the late Dr. M. J. Kenefick. Miss Kenefick, who has for years been an Iowa tennis star, recently won the state woman's tennis championship at Des Moines, and this was the sixth time she had won the title. Before that she had held the state girls' title two years. Not only in tennis has Miss Kenefick shone. She is a graduate of the State University and also holds a master's degree from the same institution, which she obtained a year ago. Last year she taught physical education in junior college in a Catholic academy at Cedar Rapids. Miss Kenefick is the youngest of five sisters and the youngest but one of eight children in her fain- -*Handbills Dubbed Nuisance; Banned in Spencer Homes Promiscuous distribution of hand bills and other "throw-away" advertising will be banned in Spencer in future, as the result of the adoption of a regulatory ordinance, according to the News-Herald. The new ordinance makes it unlawful to circulate advertising matter in or on public streets, in cars or vehicles, or in the yard, porch, vestibule, or hallway of any building opening on a public street. This is modified to the extent that newspapers or advertising circulars folded therein may be placed in dwellings porches, and and in vestibules, hallways, provided they are suitably weighed down so they will not be blown about to litter the city. Failure to observe this ordinance subjects the violator to a 30-day jail sentence or fine of up to $100 and costs upon conviction. Film is Rushed Here by Plane A plane left Omaha last week Wednesday afternoon at 4:40 and arrived here at 6:10, bringing the film Sorrell & Son, which was shown at the Call theater that evening. Through a misunderstanding it had not been booked for Al- A column of this week's "locals" may be found on page 5. W. E. Laird is down with another severe heart attack. The Rev. P. J. Braner preached at the Lutheran church at Garner Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. Erickson will spend the week-end at Minneapolis with relatives. J. L. Bonar is at Des Moines today, attending the state democratic judicial convention. Mr. and Mrs. John Aalfs, Akron, spent Sunday with the former's brother, C. N. Aalfs. The A. A. Lyons, family spent the week-end with friends at Waterloo, their former home. The Rev. I. G. Kitzmann, West Bend, called at the Trinity Lutheran parsonage Monday. The G. D. Brundages spent Sunday at Clear Lake, guests of the Con Lagasses, Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Roupe went to Cedar Rapids Sunday for a week at their son Arnold's. I. M. Finnell, Advance advertising manager, is laying off this week for a vacation at home. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Bjustrom are parents of a boy, their second son, born early yesterday morning. The Rev. A. English left Tuesday morning for several days at the Methodist camp on West Okoboji, Mrs. W. W. Sullivan went to Emmetsburg Monday for several days with her mother, Mrs. Dan Kelly. Mrs. De Maude Lathrop went to Humboldt last week Wednesday to visit her sister, Mrs. Julius John- gona at the Omaha office, when Manager Rice saw the and last mail come in, with no film, he telephoned and it was rushed to the Omaha airport. Three hours later it was being reeled at the Call, Omaha is 215 air miles away, and the plane trip cost the booking agency $32. The plane landed and took off at the northwest corner of the golf grounds. •412 Attend State Demo. Convention Members of the Kossutti delegation who attended the state democratic convention a week ago were P. J. Kohlhaas, E. J. McEvoy, E. J. Butler, and L. E. Linnan, Algona; Mrs. Ida Larsen, Swea City; J. H. Sheridan, Bancroft; John S. Cullen and Walter Vaudt, Whittemore; John Bormann, Bode; Wm. Anderegg and Representative A. H. , West Bend; and John iht, Titonka. Mr. Linnan served ttfe convention's credentials .'.'.:u're. ('. B. Murtagh was J-A <-.la'!j.'.h district cornmittee- ttreat*ning to com- j baut-ry brought Algona, in Mrs. John Caughlia visited from .ast week Wednesday till Saturday with the Ross Harveys, north of )wn. Velma Hedrick, Mason City, went iiome Saturday, after a week with ler grandmother, Dehnert. Mrs. William Mrs. Mary Patterson, Cedar Rap- ds, spent the first part of last week with her mother, Mrs. Joseph ;osgrove, A .H. Stock and his daughter Bernice spent Sunday and Monday at Storm Lake with a brother of Mr. Stock. Herbert French, Mankato spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. S. B. French. He is employed in a Bots- tord lumberyard. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hintz, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Liesener, and Mrs. Emelie Kahn motored to Graftou Sunday to visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Seeley and their daughter Joan left yesterday for ten days with relatives at Marshalltown and Dubuque. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Gllmore and the children left Saturday for a vacation tour in the East. They expected to be gone for several weeks. Mrs. Ellen Wagoner returned last week Wednesday from cago, where she spent ten Chl- days with her aunt, Mrs. Michael Renz. Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Morrison, daughter Lorraine, and the D. D. Paxsons returned yesterday from Chicago, where they had been since Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Herman and Mr. and Mrs. William Dehnert spent Sunday at Fairmont, attending a district Odd Fellow and Rebekah picnic. Mr. and Mrs. Max Bast, their daughter, Mrs. Ernestine Bast, Alma Bast, and Mrs. P. J. Braner attended a mission festival at West Bend Sunday. Drusilla Caughlin resigned at the Peterson Studio recently, and last week Wednesday went to Ireton to visit her sister, Mrs. Alvin Karr, till Saturday. Ambrose A. Call state park. Barbara Haggard was in charge, and a picnic lunch was eaten. Beulah Hartshorn returned Tuesday from Swea City, where she had visited since Sunday at the home of her parents. She is employed at the Marigold Beauty Shoppe. Mrs. Fred Shaffer and her daughter Kayrl have been here from Mason City since Monday, guests of the former's mother, Mrs; J. 0. Paxson. They will go home today. Mr. and Mrs. K. E. Wight, Clayton, N. M., and their sons Bobby and Dick are expected this weekend for two weeks with Mrs. Wight's parents, Mr. and Mrs, C. L. Bailey. Mrs. Will F. Walker is spending this week with her daughter, Mrs. Arthur Messenger, Cedar Rapids, and a granddaughter at Clear Lake, where the Messengers have a summer cottage. Alice Payne returned Monday from a week at Harpers Ferry with her grandfather, Nick Barbaras. She is employed at the Algona Insurance Agency and is at work again. Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Cliff, Ames, and their daughter Mary Louise were here from last week Wednesday till Friday, the parents at N. C. Rice's and Mary Louise at Joyce Christensen's. The Homer Youngs moved Tuesday to the John M. Vinson house. They formerly lived in the Backus apartments. Mr. Young is employed at the C. M. St. P. & P. railroad station. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Genrich and Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Nolle drove to Kanawha Sunday and spent the day with Mr. Nolte's nephew, Henry Nolte, farming south of that town. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Pratt, Y, r e*t Union, and their four children spent Saturday and Sunday at the home of Vern's brother, Dennis Pratt. Vern operates an electrical shop at West Union. H. W. Miller spent the week-end at his old home, Minnesota Lake, Minn., and his sister Leona accompanied him to Algona for a week. Minnesota Lake ia In Farlbault county, next north of Kossuth. Kathryn Misbach and Margaret Blossom got home yesterday morning from ten days at the Chicago fair. A group of friends met them at the train here and took them for a picnic breakfast in the woods. Mrs. C. B. M. Smith, Des Moines, and her children, Charles and Mary Susan, went home Sunday, after a visit since last week Wednesday with Mrs. Smith's brother, W. A. Barry, and at J. J. Holtzbauer's. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pierce have moved into the Vera apartment building. Mr. Pierce is new state game warden for this district, and they come here from Spirit Lake. He was formerly a Maytag salesman. Mrs. Andrew Johnson, employed a| the Cummings store, spent Sunday at Colfax with her brother, Melvin Guy, who was recently injured in an auto accident in which their cousin, Lyle Normandln, was killed. Donna Mahoney got home Sunday from Chicago, where she had spent seven weeks with relatives and attending the world's fair. Her cousin, Mrs. A. W. Faulkner, gave a birthday dinner for her Saturday ? li«:..'>, ,-%„•..<.•-<£. '•: fctrvji v i,t '..'.'^.: tiM 1 , * •*.{ '* fay J. B. An- Eva Peterson, who is still em- t'j! 60 days! ployed in a failed bank at Rock- The threatj ford, IU-. Is spending a vacation of Mr. July i two weeks wltfc her parents, r A.1.&Wv.c u j./r,itfe night-[and Mrs. O. J. Peterson, '.v i. ktii.vf,- 'A tiwineas \ The Epworth League held Sunday evening meeting at its Tweet, who is suffering from kidney trouble. F. C. Zender has been unable to be at the Zender & Caldwell store since last Thursday because of rheumatism in his left shoulder. The arm is practically useless for the present. He was troubled most of last week. Lyle Reynolds, E. A. Guderian, Donald Guderian, Donald Hutchins, and Walter Richardson spent Sunday at Des Moines, and attended a pigeon show and banquet. Mr. Reynolds was one of the judges in the pigeon show, Richard Furness returned to his home at Sheffield yesterday morning after a two week visit at the home of his sister, Mrs. R. H. Guderian. His sister, Alma Beeton, who has been here ten days, took him home. Grace Kouba, of the Sullivan McMahon & Linnan law offices, will return to work Monday, after a two weeks vacation. She has visited with her parents at Wesley and has made visits at other points in the state. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Dean, Clear Lake, were guests of County Agent Bonnstetter Friday. Mr. Dean is a retired farmer, and Earl Dean, Cerro Gordo county representative, is his son. The elder Deans have a cottage on the north shore of the lake. Mrs. P. V. Jause and her daughter, Mrs. Harold Miller, returned Friday from a week at Fort Madison and Mount Pleasant. At Fort Madison they visited Mrs. Janse's mother, Mrs. J. B. Mason, and at Mount Pleasant they visited Mr. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Samp are parents of a boy, their second son, born Saturday morning, named Jerry K. Mrs. Samp is the daughter of Mrs. Nita Isaacson, of the Kossuth hospital, and the two boys are great-grandsons of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Vincent. Florence Dehnert returned Tuesday from a week at Chicago and Clinton. At Clinton she visited her sister, Mrs. Frank Yates. Mr. and Mrs. William Dehnert met her at Fort Dodge, and Tuesday she went to Mason City to be employed as waitress at The Pantry. The Rev. Mr. Fuerstenau plans to return sometime next week to Watertown, Wis., where he now lives with an elder sister who is in poor health. He has of late been growing a mustache, and explains that it is intended as a means of defense against numerous designing Watertown females. Mr. and Mrs. Campbell Humphrey, Chicago, came Sunday to visit the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Taylor. Mrs. Humphrey went back Tuesday, Mrs. Humphrey remaining for a weeks stay. Grace Rosewell, Chicago, sister of Mrs. Taylor, is also a guest here and will remain till September 1. Jos. Auner, Des Moines, and his daughter Josephine drove to Algona last Thursday, and Josephine spent next day with Maxine Caldwell while Mr. Auner made the rounds of Bankers Life farms In this territory with E. R. Morrison. It is Mr. Auner's duty to look after sales of farms owned by the company. Mrs. Ruth Spooner-Pike, Clinton, and her son Richard came Saturday to visit the Anton Didriksens, and will also visit other Kossuth friends. Mrs. Pike before marriage „„ a served as principal of the Burt j NO! 2 No. home. Mr. Stull is a son of the late Dr. T. H. Stull, who was for many years a well known Algona figure. His mother married again and lives at Anaheim, Calif., some 20 miles from Glendale, Mrs. L. J. DeGraw and her daughter Mildred left last Thursday fof a month with relatives in the west. At Seattle they were to visit Mrs. DeGraw's cousin, Fred Munch, and from there will go to Glendale, Calif., to visit the Clark Holdrldges. Mrs. Holdridge is an aunt of Mrs. De Graw. On the way home they will stop at Denver to visit Mrs. DeGraw's brother, William Dearclis. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Kraut/., Pasadena, Calif., have gone to Chicago for three weeks, after a week with Mr. Krauz's mother, Mrs. Sallie Kranz, and his sister, Mrs. T. H. Chrischilles. Mr. and Mrs. Cliris- chilles and their sons Jack and Julian took them as far as Ames, where they took a train for Chicago. The Chrischilleses then went on to Des Moines and spent the day with the J. S. Auners. Mrs. Carrie I. Lewis, Orange, Calif., arrived last Thursday to live with and care for her mother- in-law, Mrs. C. R. Lewis, who is now nearly 90 but still remarkably active, considering her advanced age. Oldtime Algonians will remember the younger Mrs. Lewis, who was Carrie Wilbur' before marriage of the late Bert Lewis. Her brother Roy was once a barber here,' and she is a cousin of Mrs. H. E. Morgan. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Shadle were here Sunday, and spent that night at E. J. Murtaghs. They also called at the Doctor Peters home at Burt. Mr. Shadle, whose parents lived here many years ago, was a brother of the first Mrs. Peters, For many years he was been connected with a Spokane drygoods store. The Shadles had been at Detroit, where they bought a new car, in which they were driving home. They left Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. John Carlson, their daughters Ellen, Adah (city clerk), and Alma, with the married daughter Olga and her husband, of El Paso, Tex., have been at the P. J. Christensen summer cottage, Spirit Lake, since last week Monday, and will be there the rest of this week. The W. E. Carlsons, Swea City, were to be with them part of the time. Adah came home for the monthly council meeting last Thursday night. Laura Mitchell, assistant clerk, is in charge of the office during Adah's absence. Among out of town persons who attended the H. C. Klamp funeral here last week Wednesday were Mr. and Mrs. John Weihl, Mr. and Mrs. William Baltz, Mr. and Mrs. William Meyer, Mrs. Bertha Schroeder, Mrs. Louise Meyer, Mrs. Sophie Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kuhse, daughter Lillian, Mrs. Henry Meyer, and Victor and Glenn Meyer, all of Postville; Theo Hartwick, Mrs. William Meyer, son Irvin, all of McGregor; Tyrrel Ingersoll, Cedar Rapids; Mr. and Mrs. William Gast, Garner; Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Patet, Klemme. Mr. and Mrs. George Baier, Clay Center, Kans., and their children, Robert, Marian, and Richard, arrived Monday for two weeks with Mr. Baler's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Baier Sr., and Mrs. Baler's mother, Mrs. Gertrude Harrison, of Union township. They left home late Sunday afternoon and drove all night to escape heat. They report temperatures up 114 in Kansas, and say people have been living in their basements. Cattle, chickens, etc., have been shipped out of the country because of the drought, Mr. Baier is manager of a Swift produce plant at Clay Center. George, his family, and his parents spent yesterday at Clear Lake. The younger Balers will visit at Des Moines en route home. C. F. Lauden, five miles west of Algona, is advertising this week that he has potatoes for sale. He operates a stand alongside the paving and sells products direct to Dead At 21 TIIUR gDAY ^ Letts Creek News A shower was given Sunday afternoon at Mrs. Arnold Meyer's In I honor of the latter's sister, Mrs. Raymond Funk, Algona, formerly Dorothy Schneider, married July 20 at Fenton. Games were followed by a mock wedding, and Mrs. Km- ily Moore gave a reading, Heap o' Livin', Edgar A. Guest. A two- course lunch was served by the bride's nieces to 65 guests. Assisting hostesses were Mrs. Martin Ostwald and Mrs. Arnold Klatt. The William Wetols were Sunday. guests of the Walter Gen- riches, and the Wetels and the Wotels at Lu Verne. The Gen- riches called on Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Geilenfold, Lu Verne, who arc parents of a girl, born July 27, and now have three girls and one boy. The Edward Kuckers attended a mission festival at West Bend.Sun- jday, and the Lotts Creek Little i German band accompanied the singing. I A special meeting of the Lotts THIS PICTURE of Harley Fitch, Creek school directors and other I TV, Ti i * ,., no t,ir. «rhn rtiPH taxpayers In Lotts Creek townsh p 1 of Portland towns hip, who died i as the result of a ruck-auto col- scho olhouse to determine THINITV i n "mnor, .'as.,, ' Polish Borv | ftr c, school and nihic man Bcrvlce. !fl 3n "'Is artorno 1)n wi Schmidt, Sundn ' BC1-VIC08 «iy day last week Monday's Des Tribune. Moines wages, etc. FAIR TO CELEBRATE DEPRESSION'S END Portland Secretary E. L. Vincent has Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Trunkhill and their daughter Iva were Fort Dodge visitors Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. George D. Stone gf,, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. IT. Stone and started plans for one of the big- their son Harrisen, the Rev. Mr. gest fairs in Kossuth's history as a Moore, Mrs. A. A. Graham, Mrs. kind of a celebration to the end of Delbert Ashling, all of Sterling, depression. The entertainment pro- m., Mr. and Mrs. Chester Fitch, Algram will include new features gona, and Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Fitch developed at the world's fair be-: and their son Avery were dinner sides old favorites. I guests at C. E. Sigsbee's last week The end of the drought and the Wednesday evening. booming crops now assure a well filled Floral hall, and exhibits in the horse, hog, cattle, sheep, and chicken classes are expected to be heavier than normal. Thomas Trenary left for the Dakotas Monday morning to buy cattle. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H. Stone, their son Harrison, and the Rev. Mr. Moore left for their homes at Sterl- J. A Raney, in charge of conces- — —— ——»"> — —„ ?!™ Bl l,? 1 ^ . b °°, k 'l g / U I a r Mrs. George D. Stone, Mrs. Delbert tions, and plans to have a midway running all the way from the main gates to the grandstand—and if necessary there will be a second midway to the west of the main street. The new location of the ball diamond and the free attractions platform met with approval at the July Fourth celebration. Within the next week or so Mr. Vincent will be ready to announce some of the features for the five-day fair which opens September 3 and continues till September 7. 2 Fenton Cars in Crash at Corner Fenton, Aug. 1— The Walter Widdel and John Bellinger cars crash- miles j ed Friday at a corner east of town. This corner is a bad one and neither driver stopped. Mr. Bollinger, who was driving a truck with corn and going north, struck the Widdel car, which was being driven at a good rate of speed, going east. The Widdel Chevrolet coach was damaged beyond repair, find the truck was also badly damaged. Both men escaped without injury except cuts and bruises. Public Baptismal Service Planned Louise E. Webster and Viola M. Duncan, the four-square gospel girls, announce a water baptismal service at Iowa Lake next Sunday at 2:30 p. m. Cars are to leave the gospel tent at 11 a. m.The attendance of the public is invited. Tent services wil be held at 8 p. m. and there will also be services tonight and Saturday night at the same hour. -*- Ashing, and Mrs. A. A. Graham left Saturday. They all came here to attend the funeral of Harley Fitch. Mrs. Ed Callahan and her daughter Joe Ann, who had been visiting the Joe Zankes, have left for their home at Whittier, Calif. Janice, Je'anetta, and Dorothy Keignher and Leona and Dean Fischer, all of Britt, spent Friday at Charles Larsen's. Ruth Mayberry and Clara Chipman, both of Anamosa, spent last Thursday at the Larson home, 'and in the evening with Beulan*" and Lauretta Larsen and Lura • Sewick ate a picnic dinner at the Ambrose A. Call park. Mr. and Mrs. Will Grover, son Harold, daughter, Mrs. Verald Smith, and the latter's two children attended a picnic at the Ambrose A.. Call park Sunday in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Hausa, Des Moines, and her daughter, who are visiting relatives here. Willis Phelps preached at the Methodist church at Burt Sunday. W. R. C. Picnic Held. The W. R. C. held its annual picnic last week Wednesday at the Blackford park, and 20 women attended. Mrs. Cora D. Miller-Manton won a quilt pieced and quilted by the W. R. C. women. The quilt Brought $12.50. buyers. His potatoes are Early Chios, Bliss's Triumph, Irish Cobblers, Russets, and Rural New Yorkers. Some varieties are earlier than others, but he now has Irish Cobblers for sale. He has five acres planted to potatoes, and another four acres near Garner, where he farmed last year. Late in the season he will have for sale nearly three acres of cucumbers a half acre of cabbage, a quarter acre of tomatoes, five acres of popcorn, and an eighth of an acre of groundcherries. Mr. Laudea has been successful with truck gardening elsewhere in past years and hopes to succeed here also. Old-Age Pension is Not Organized The county old age pension board, which consists of Thos. Carmody, Whittemore, Mrs. F. L. Tribon, Algona, and S. V. Carter, Swea City, had not yet been organized up to Saturday, according to County Auditor Butler, who said that some 35 applications for pensions had been filed. It is understood that no money for pensions will be available before fall. evening. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. ALGONA Markets HOGS $2.30 $2.50 $2.25 140 pounds „_ 160 pounds Best. med. wt. 160-180 Tb's".' , a . au Best med. wt. 200 to 300 Ibs. $4 00 Prime hvy. butch. 300-350 "SS'DO Best pack, sows 300 to 350 $340 Packing sows, 350 to 400 Big hvy. sows, 400 to 500 Hospital News Irella Gardner, Geneva Scharlach. and Vernice Geilenfeld, all of Algona, had their tonsils removed at the Kossuth hospital yesterday morning. Catherine Ohm, Fenton, had her appendix removed Tuesday, and Urban Neuroth, Wesley mf Inl 8ame °P eratl °n Monday. Ole Allison, Algona, underwent a major operation Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Miller, Algona, became parents of a girl Friday. Mrs. Howard McCrady, Liver more, and her son Junior CATTLE Canners and cutters _$l.oo to $1 60 le w Veal Calves to $3.00 and $4.00 . . « te f s .......... $4.50 to $6.00 Stock steers -------- $3.00 to $4.00 »4.00 to $5.00 $2.00 to $2.25 GBADf NO. 2 yellow com Caldwell | JS high school, and for years was superintendent of the Lone Rock schools, where she and Mrs. Didriksen taught together. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rosenboom, Orange City, and their daughter Eleanor spent Sunday with Mrs. drove to Storm Lake Sunday to visit Mrs. Caldwell's sister, Mrs. M. H. Denman. On the return trip they stopped at Albert City for a short visit with Mrs. Caldwell's father, E. O. Doak. Among persons reported sick this week are Mary Habegar, who is having the flu; Henry Motter, employed by the telephone corn- Mrs. Andrew Hansen, the former Agatha Caughlin. Eleanor is one of the girls who survived when four Orange City girls were drowned at Plllsbury Point, the Okobojis, recently. Thos. Stull, Glendale, Calif,, and two sons, who had spent a month er ' Dr> Claude stu11 ' Corwlth den- No. 3 white oats, new No. 2 mixed corn EGGS -13o . 9c 23c No. 2 _!"" Casto cream III"I~~~~" POTJITBY All hents over 4% Ibs. q,. Hens, 4% ibs. and under ?„ Leghorn "hens 1° Leghorn under 2 Ibs Cocka Ducks over 4V4Tb~aT Ducks under 4% ifo Geese — 4 & 5c -------- «c The Advance.-—~~" fico a suf * complel * lln o" of off", 1 } 1 ?, 08 an y °1 the out 8 . 11 ' 6 solicitors may gi ve you. •M^ Treat yourself to a G.&B. SPECIAL It has everything necessary in a good cigar. You can't go wrong when you re«' quest ft SPECIAL f . , «.,!.,.-, i > ' - se thejpany. who also has the flu; and Al|tist, left yesterday by auto for Turkeys ",".'."." ---- ~ ---------- 3q — — »._ m ' ; .10 . ,iK l>re atl nH,rnln Kll lii" ™ evening at s T 0 a. ,„. "' S| »% st i year ah liiRh school I( "'a C Special CHHISCHILLG4IB MAIN STORE Buy one more summer dress while you can this ridiculously low We offer about 50 J $4.88 Choice Young Beef torj Beef Boil, 3 Ibs Hamburger, lb. Beef Roast, lb. ...121.2,ll Cold Meats of All Kinds, Pork and Beans, large size, I can Corn Flakes, large size, pkg. Mustard, full quart l| Peanut Butter, full quart i Crackers, 2 lb. box \{ Pumpkin, No. 2 size, 3 cans lj Special Prices on Caa! Phones 138 and Vegetables and Meate TOP PRICE FOR EGGS It Won't be long now-last days of ANNEX Chrischilles & Herbst's llttk bargain center The mecca for all thrifty shoppers has been the Annex — we close this popular bargain spot on Saturday, August 18th. Don't fail to attend the sales tliat are going on here as prices drop and the end draws near. It won't W long now — at these new lowered prices. Any ladies silk dress in the Annex— this season's styles - for only $2.98. Pine string knit dresses in sizes 14 tofl only $1.95. Ladies' fine all silk hosiery for only 25c and fig slips for 68c and 98c; ladies' fine cotton dresses W gloves for only 19c; curtains, choice of the Annex »r 98c, and many other rare good bargains. July Clearance prices in force at the Main gona's always popular store. It's a pleasure in this beautiful restful store— the pride of the toffj. Hurry, hurry, hurry— big surprises at the Annex ery day until we close. i WHITE'S GROCER! WEEK-END SPECIALS Brooms, very good 39c Jar Rubbers, good qual- .106 Pork and Beans, tall cans, 2 for _, Oatmeal, large pkg. _, 15c Cookies, plain and fancy, 2 ibs. Beans, 1 flC navy, 5 Ibs |¥ Corn Flakes, jfljj Ig. pkg. 2 for— * w Tomatoes, large cans, 2 « Flour, 49-lbB.Cl! guaranteed- «r No. 10 Pears, Blackberries

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