Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 27, 1934 · Page 2
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BIG Race Meet will take place OCTOBER 3 AND 4 —at— HUMBOLDT, IA, We expect to have assembled the biggest bunch of harness horses and gallopers that was ever on the Humboldt county fair grounds. If you are a lover of good horse races don't miss this event. We will also have BASEBALL GAMES Bode TS. Badger, Wednesday If you remember these two baseball clubs played a 16- inning game on the fair grounds during the fair. Arne .Sorlein will pitch for Bode. Thursday the pa mo will be between Thor and Ottosen. This will also be a game. good THERE WILL BE A Blfi DAJfCK BOTH JftGHTS OP THE RACK 31EET The world series baseball games will be broadcast, and a score board will bo placed in front of the grandstand so everyone can take in the world series, the baseball games, and the races at the same time. We will have a big line of Concessions, Rides and Shows This event will come just before corn husking starts, and you owe it to yourself and family to take two days off and en.ioy this race meet. The admission charge at the outside gate will be 2nc, the grandstand 25c, and the quarter stretch 20c. There will be no admission charge at the outside gate in. the evening. This race meet is sponsored by the fair association. We want everyone to get tack of this race meet and BOOST. IT IS A FAIR BENEFIT. COUNT? ADVANCED ALQoNA. IOWA Pupils at Ledyard Publish School Newspaper STAFF NAMED TO EDIT THE PUBLICATION Ledyavd, Sept. 25—First issue of the school paper, The Putuwiz, for this- school year was edited thi week, being printed by the Bancrof Register. The staff for this yea: is: Editor, Lillian Klinksiek; assls taut, Ella Goetz; makeup editor La Vaun Farrow; assistant, "VVil Ham Barnes; feature editor, Editl Logan; assistant, Marvel Drew: business manager, Doris Welfare; assistant, Henrietta O'Keefe; ad vertising manager, Howard Dyer; assistant, Marjorie Matzener. Activity reporters: forensics, Evleyn Mayne, athletics, Harold Joos; literary, Dwight Smith; rnu- Lutherans at Lotts Creek To Hear Deaconess Lecture sic, Luetta Gelhaus. Circulation manager, Ellwood Green; assistant, Elaine Blome; circulation board, Paul Richardon, Alice Hagge, Mary Ellen McDonald and Victor Weaver, Junior-Hi staff: editor, Lurene Lloyd; assistant, Howard Nitz; •eporters, 8th grade, Harold Moore; 7th, Edna Dontje; 5 and 6, Jean able; 4 and 5, Arden Anderson; 3rd, Betty Louise Link; 2nd, Virgil Gelhaus; 1st, Omar Recce. lethodist Group Meet Held— A group meeting of the Methodist Aid was held at Mrs. N. A. ingel's last Thursday with Mesdames Olsen, Burrow, Joe Mayne, ud Lauritzen as assistant hostesses. Mrs. A. E. Lauritzen was elected president, Mrs. Blanche Jenks, vice, Mrs. L. B. Mayne secretary, Mrs. Joe Mayne assistant secretary, and Mrs. N. A. Pingle tz-easurer. Lose Good Game at Titonka— Ledyard high school's baseball team lost to Titonka there last week Tuesday. Ledyard scored one run in the first inning and two in the sixth to Titonka's one run in the first, but in the ninth inning Titonka scored three runs to win. The battery for Ledyard was Moulton and Barnes; for Titonka, Rakow and Rippentrop. IFnvo Estherville Picnic- Last week Wednesday evening the following had a picnic in Ft. Defiance state park at Estherville and attended the show there. Misses Jones, Randall, Underkofler, Rich, Stranahan, Hettler, and Dunham, the V. A. Barretts, the A. E. Lauritzens, Harold Granners, Mrs. Peterson, W. E. Wiemer and Elvin Lotts Creek, Sept. 26—The Lotts Cretik Lutherans may have an opportunity to hear a lecture on Lutheran deaconess work by the Rev. H. B. Kohlmeier, Beaver'Dam, Wis., superintendent of the Lutheran Deaconess association, the only institution of its kind in the sy- nodical conference. It has headquarters at Fort Wayne, Ind. On a trip he contemplates in October from St. Louis to Jasper, Minn., he may stop and show slides demonstrating the work done by Lutheran deaconesses, who are Christian workers trained to serve in the Lutheran hospitals, Lutheran homes for orphans, and old people, other charitable institutions, in Lutheran congregations, and in the Lutheran missions at home and abroad. The date has not been fixed, but October 12 at 8 p. m. may be set. Margaret, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. E. Fiene, recently left for Fort Wayne to take up training for a deaconess in a Lutheran hospital there. Surprise for Mrs. Kressin— A surprise party was given Sunday evening at Mrs. Edw. Kressin's in honor of her 5Gth birthday. ?ive hundred was played at three ables, and high score was won by tfrs. August Bierstedt, low by Mrs. Otto Liesener. A midnight lunch vas served. Attending: Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kressin, the August Bierstedts, the Ferdinand Bier- tedts, the Clarence Bierstedts, the Arthur Kressins, the Otto Liesen- rs, and Harold Schmidt. linnesotans in Visit Here Mr. and Mrs. Henry Markgraf iusches Jr., and the H. R. Zu- Vood Lake, Minn,, -visited Sunday nd part of Monday at Martin Meyr's. Others there were Mr. and Irs. William Rusch Sr, the William lusches Jr., and the H. D. Zu- DEPENDABLE FOODS i COURTEOUS SERVICE! Buy Tour Meats at Long's. Poods of the highest quality line our shelves awaiting your selection. Look them over, you will find the best at the greatest saving. ^Cherries, Climber, red pitted, No. 2 can 13c "Asparagus Tips, No. 1 can 17c 'Asparagus Cuts, No. 300 can _.20c Corn Meal, 5 Ibs. bag 20c "Macaroni or Spaghetta, A-B-C, 7 oz. pkg. 5c Syrup, Karo, 5 Ib. pail 29c -Syrup, Karo, 1% Ib. can 12c •Karo Syrup, 1% Ib. can 12c Tomatoes, whole hand packed fancy quality, No. 2 can. 14c 'Ginger Ale, Lime Rickey, big value brand, 24 oz. bottle lOc 3c bottle deposit. Salmon JU-Be-See Pink, tall can Uc "Brown Sugar, C. & H. Golden, 3 Ibs. 23c Milk, Evaporated, 3 tall, 6 small cans 21c Bait, plain or iodized, 2 2-lb. pkgs. 15c Spices, big value Ketchup or dill pickle mix 8c Pineapple, Sea Island, crushed No. 1 can 10e Broken slices, No. 2 can 17c Xnox Gelatin, makes 4 pints No. 1 sparkling or No. 3 acidulated 22c Certo, makes y 2 again as much perfect jelly. Regular size bottle 25c Soiled Oats, Banner brand, quick or regular, 48-oz. pkg. 19c •Cocoanut, long thread, y 2 Ib. _.15c Malted Choc., Ko Ko, 14-oz. can 2lc Dog Food, Evr-Redy, 3 cans _..25c Gelatin Dessert, nothing better, Home brand, pkg. 5e Prices for Friday and Saturday, .Sept. 28 and 29 LONG'S Food Shop 105 STATE STREET Bight Up in the Center of Our Fair City. Where Meat is Meat. PHONE 214-215. Reece Cattle Win Prizes- Claude Reece entered his Hereford cattle at the Martin fair at Fairmont, and won a grand champion prize on a heifer calf, and nine first prizes on his herd, and a second. Claude is a graduate of the local high school and is an industrious lad who helps his father P. W. Reece on his farm. S. Si Officers Are Named— Election of Methodist Sunday school officers was held Sunday morning. Harold Granner is superintendent, ' Leon Worden, assistant, Alvira Halvorson, secretary, Henrietta O'Keefe, librarian, Mildred Vaughn, treasurer, and Adelaide Randall, pianist. Barrett Son is Baptized— Sunday was the last Sunday before Methodist conference and it is very doubtful if the Rev. and Mrs. F. O. Johnson will be returned to the Ledyard-Lakota charge. Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Barrett's son Virgil Albert Jr., was baptized during the morning service. Attend Laliota Gnest Day— Mesdames H. R. Mayne, George Thompson, L. C. Strand, Jack Welfare, Jess O'Keefe, D. A. Carpenter, Lawrence Mayne and Helen Jensen attended Guest Day at the La- MONEY .To build, refinance or re- raodftl KooHutb county homes O'& our easy monthly payment plan. See us today. 3PH£ ALOO.VA BUILDING ft LOA.V ASS'-Y. machs, all of Whitteniore, and the Nick Genglers, The Markgrafs were accompanied home by John Markgraf, who lives with the Martin Meyers. Henry is a cousin of John. Ceylon Woman Hns Hlrthday— The Richard Potratzes and the William Wetzels visited Sunday at William Hillman's, Ceylon, and helped Mrs. Hillman celebrate a birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Thiel, Mrs. Max Bast, and the latter's daughter, Arlene, all of Algona, were also there. Mrs. Hillman is a cousin of Mr. ' Wetzel, Mrs. Potratz, Mrs. Thiel, and Mrs. Bast. Shower for Mrs. I'anl Elgler— A shower was given at the Lutheran schoolhouse in honor of Mrs. Paul Eigler, nee Elsie Kohlwes, Sunday afternoon. Five hundrec; was played at ten tables, and the high score was won by Lorina Laabs, low by Malinda Kading. The bride received many gifts. Lunch was served to 65 persons. Church Meeting Announced— A quarterly meeting of the Immanuel Lutheran congregation will be held October 7 at the church. Other Lotts Creek. Hilda Potratz, employed at the Becker greenhouse, Fort Dodge, spent last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Potratz. She .returned to Fort Dodge Sunday, her brother Hugo taking her down, and their sister Elma Potratz, also an employe at Becker's, came hack with Hugo to spend this week at home. Teacher and Mrs. Adrian Burmeister, Algona, were Sunday evening dinner guests of Teacher and Mrs. William Schmiel. Huga Potratz got home last week Wednesday from the world's fair. He and Carl Reid accompanied Don Gardner, Algona. kota Methodist church last week Wednesday. To Build Xew House— Charles Boshara has purchased HARDENING OF ARTERIES IS DEATH CAUSE Wesley, Sept. 25—William Eden, 3, died at his home at 7; 30 last hursday evening, of heart disease nd hardening of the arteries. He ad been sick eight weeks, and at he onset of his final illness Mr. !den lost his sight, Funeral services were held at the lethodist church at 2:30 Sunday fternoon, the Rev. I. C. McNulty fficiating, and burial was made in Ivergreen. The funeral was very argely attended; the crowd over- lowing into the vestibule, and nany being obliged to stand. The ilesdames A. M. and L. L. Lease ,nd Messrs. Grattidge and McNulty ang. Mr. Eden was born near Ackley 'ebruary 10, 1871, and first came o the Wesley vicinity 43 years ago o work several years for two old- r brothers. He was married to .laggie Aden March 25, 1898, and the couple came here and began housekeeping on one of the Eden farms six and one-half miles northwest. They retired and move to Wesley five years ago. Mr. Eden became a member of the Christian Reformed church in young manhood. He is survived by his widow and four children: Edward, Fred, Katy and Ben, all of Wesley. He leaves four grandchildren; four brothers, Glaus, Woden, John, Wesley, George and Enno, Titonka; and three sisters, Mrs. Martha Meekley, Ackley, Mrs. Mary Bruns, and Mrs. Stohr, Titonka. Luella Simpson is Bride— The marriage of Luella Simpson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carson Simpson, to Anton Pearson took place in Britt Wednesday morning, September 12. This was just ten •West Bend Priest Has an Operation Father P. M. Dobberstein, West Bend, recently returned from the Passavant hospital, Chicago, where he had a scar in the face removed. It arose from a wound he suffered near Dubuque a few years ago when a truck in which he was riding and an automobile collided. The scar distorted his face and interfered with his sight. a lot of D. A. Link and prepara- days after the wedding of her sis- tions are already under way to build a house. He owns the grocery store on the south side of the also handles fresh street and meats. 500 Brought Cattle Received— Five hundred more cattle from the drought area in South Dakota arrived here Sunday. Some are to be sold and others pastured. Wesley. Other Ledrard News. Helen Jensen, Mrs. D. A. Carpenter Mrs. Jess O'Keefe and Hen- .Kelathes of Wesleyan Dies— 1 an ter Adah and Arthur Larsen. The bride wore a costume of brown satin and was attended by Grace Johnson. The bridegroom was dressed in Oxford gray, and was attended by Stanley Simpson. The Rev. R. E. Bernsten officiated. A wedding dinner was served at the Simpson home for the bridal party and close relatives. Following a trip they were to make their home on the Pearson farm northwest of son Prtih Halvor - w - p - Giddings. Mr. and Mrs. A. son, Edith Logan and Evelyn May- jE. Giddings, Mrs. Hattie Price, Mrs ne went to Algona Saturday after- Ed Wolfe, Mr. and Mrs. John Ward noon to se fi fh« mnv i» >< The Gir i | Walter Ward, and Mrs. Henry Phil- noon to see the movie of the Limberlost." Wm. Bectall, of Buffalo Center, lips attended funeral services for Mrs. Matilda Ward at Burt Satur- was a , , . • — *--~ "vwi ( *i*»ui 4.i*L4Ll*Ut* IT Cll U »L J>lj| L who is m charge of beet industry day afternoon. Mrs. Ward wao a around here, was in town last week relative of Mrs. Wolf, the Wards WPi n «Ho,, „„«,__ the machine and the Giddings family. Interment I was made in the Buffalo township lined up and hiring help. The George Thompsons attended cemetery, a beautiful and well-kept a rather and son service in the burial ground. Methodist church at Lu Verne Sun- I day and visited his parents, the George Beuner is Sick— Peter Thompsons. I George Benner, old settler and The Frank Redingers, of Des well-known figure about town, suf- Moines, spent the week- end with ferecj a severe stomach attack last Blanches Jenks and Mrs, Rebinger week, and has since been troubled stayed while he went to Clarion witn extreme dizziness, which for a few days. i makes locomotion difficult. He is Ralph Olsen will attend the improving. Mr. Benner is in Methodist conference at Algona as, early eighties Monday. The baby will undergo examination at the University hospital, McNulty Attending- Conference— The Rev. I. C. McNulty will attend the Methodist conference which begins in Algona this week Wednesday evening, and is urging his church members to attend. Clerk at Postoffice Resigns— Marie Hansen, who has been post office clerk for some years, resigned last week, and Cecelia Otis, local farm girl, has been appointed in her place. Wesley Loses to Convith— The high school ball team lost 1o Corwith Friday, 9-4. Our boys played a good game, but couldn't seem to bunch their hits well enough. LUVERNE GIRL HONOR GUEST AT HHOWER Lit Verne, Sept. 26—A miscellaneous • shower honoring Dorothy Stoddard was given by Mrs Harry Lichty and Mrs. William Ellis at the former's home Friday, 25 attending. The afternoon was spent informally. Each guest hemmed a tea towel for the bride-to-be and embroidered her initials on It, A mock wedding was held, Mrs. Harry Lichty serving as bride, Mrs. Lloyd Smith as bridegroom, and Mrs. Earl Neal as minister. A two course tray lunch was served, and the honor guest was presented with her-gifts. The wedding of Miss Stoddard and Jasper Vaughn, Carlinville, 111., will be solemnized at the home of the bride's parents, Mr .and Mrs. Jesse Stoddart, Sunday afternoon, September 30. Club Discusses Cltnin Stores— Mrs. Adam Zweifel was hostess to the Progressive Woman's club at her country home Friday. Nine members and one guest, Mrs. Max Oroubach, attended. The program was devoted to business methods, and roll call was answered on the question, Are Chain Stores a Detriment to the Community? Mrs. Irvin Chapman read a paper on The Rise and Development of Chain Corporations, and Mrs. J. L. Lichty handled the subject, Does It Pay to Advertise? A general discussion followed, and the afternoon was closed with a music memory contest conducted by Mrs. Kay Stone. Mrs. Fred Graham is a new member. Fathers anil Sons Banquet— Eighty fathers and sons attended a banquet served by the Meth- odsit Aid at the City Hall Monday night. The guests were seated at three large tables. Editor H. B. 'oleman was toastmaster for the following prorgam: music, stringed quartet, Wilbur Hoepner, Orville and Edvin Ramus, and Willard Langerack; welcome to fathers, Harold Lichty; response, John Brink; responsibilities of fathers and sons, the Rev. R. E. Cook, Renwick; music, stringed quartet. Inere was community singing at -irnes during the evening, led by Mr. Lungerak, accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Ray Stone. Phillips Family in Get-Together— A Phillips family gathering was held at the Hampton park last week Sunday, and the S. F., Harold and Paul Phillips families attended from here. Others in attendance were: Mrs. L. R. Phillips, Henry, 111.; Mrs. Ollie Gibson, Omaha; the Albert Gilberts and Clarence Phillips, Waterloo; the Raymond Hoyts and Lloyd Phillips, Clarion; the Sverett Hoyts, Eagle Grove; and the Elmer Phillips, family, Algona. Seniors Host to H. S, — The ucnlors entertained the rest of the high school and the faculty at a party at the gym Friday night. There was a good attendance. The first part of the evening was turn- ™-n- ^ - can not go. Willis Dyer took the train from his Hospital- John Arndorfer took his daugh- Burt for Iowa City last week THM ter ' Mrs ' Leo Goetz - her husband day to enter the state university" and vear - ol d daughter to Iowa City This is his second year Mrs. Louise ~ Minn., a week W. Wiemer's. "" Mrs. Le Hoy cliffe, and Fred and W. C. Wiemer Joseph Goetz Laid Up— Joe Goetz is suffering an infection in his right hand, which it is thought was caused by poison from some weed. Other IVosley News. Mrs. Agatha Haverly and the families of her children, Jack, Henry, and Mrs. Alf Studer," Wesley, and Peter Haverly, Oelwein, went to Hampton Sunday to picnic with the family of their daughter and sister, Mrs. Casper Kuper, formerly Agnes Haverly. Because of rainy weather, picnic dinner was eaten in the house. This was a family get-together. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Bleich and Lois Marie, Thos. McMahon, and Doctor Pfeffer left last Thursday morning for Chicago to see the fair. Mr. McMahon, the local mortician, was called back Saturday, and the rest returned Sunday. Mrs. Helen Johnson cared for the younger Bleich baby. The Ed Hildman family returned last week Wednesday, following a two weeks vacation trip. The Hild- mans had traveled through and visited points in Iowa, Nebraska, and North Dakota. Mr. Hildman is manager of the Farmers' Co-operative elevator. Mrs. Susan Lease entertained Sunday the families of her children, A. M. and Lester Lease, Wesley, and the Mesdames Will Walker and Ed Studer, Corwith. Thirty persons took dinner at her table. The Priscilla Phoebes will meet with Mrs. Lena Larsen this week Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Jorgen Skow will lead in the study of a part of the book of James. The hostess will serve refreshments. W. P. Giddings, 90, is visiting his daughter, Mrs. Fred Ringsdorf, and son Guy, at Burt. This is the first time Mr. Giddings has left home since his serious sickness nearly two years ago. The Study club met with Mrs. Amesbury last week Thursday. The subject was Non-Fiction, and Mrs Doughan reviewed Stuart Chase's The New Deal. Lunch was served. The Albert Dirksen family, Albert Lea, spent the week-end with Mrs. Dirksen's father, J. B. Meuhe. sin of Mesdames J. L. Llchly, F I. Chapman, and I. H. Benedict, Mrs. A. M. Curran, Waubun Minn., who had visited Lu Verne re latives since her son Harry's fun eral, wont to Lone Rock Saturday to visit the Claude Whltehills. Verio Scribner, in the employ o: the National Magazine agency, has been spending ten days at home He was in the east, but came here from St, Louts. The William and Roy Hines families, Bloomlngton, 111., visited the William, Fred, and Charles Wolf families and Mrs. Kate Barton last week. The George Thompson, Ledyard, the Fay Thompsons, Eagle Grove, and the Allen Thompsons were Sunday guests at Peter Thompson's. Louise Coleman was a guest of Mr. and Goldfleld, Mrs. A. Saturday. MacEachron, They were friends while living at Waterloo. Mrs. Ivan Brown, Fort Dodge, spent Saturday at F. I. Chapman's. She was formerly Edith Wain, a •esident of Lu Verne. The John Skows, Oflmore City, and the Anton Skows, Rutland, were at Harry Chrlstenson's one day last week. Mrs. E. P. Dow, Forest City, who ame to help care for her mother, Urs. Priscilla Schaeffer, has been mving the flu. The Emil Andersons drove to Stratford Sunday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Anderson's brother, Edw. Holt. Evelyn Jante, Garner, has been a guest of her sister, Mrs, Arthur Hanselman, two weeks. Alice Wolf, R. N. at the Lutheran hospital, Hampton, visited the home folks last week. The Rev. R. E. Cook, Renwick, preached at the Methodist church here Sunday night. Grant visited at H. Mason City, last Mrs. U. S. I. Hawley's. week. The H. M. Colewells were Sunday guests at Lee Lichty's. Mrs. Nick Looft, Armstrong, Is visiting Mrs, D. Voss. Four Corners | The F. C. Mothers and Daughters club meets this week Thursday with Mrs. Iva Witham, and roll call will be answered with items of interest at the world's fair. The song will be My Old Kentucky Home. A paper, Farm Life Today Compared with Forty Years Ago, will be read by Ida Nickerson, and a reading will be given by Susie Witham. This will be the meeting for payment of dues. Mrs. Lewis Broesder spent part of last week at George Broesder's, caring for Mrs. Broesder and the new son. Mrs. Everett Broesder had been caring for mother and ed over to a committee of sophomores who initiated the freshmen. Afterwards games were play-! 3d, and luncheon was served by the seniors. Miss Jackson is the senior sponsor. Aid Supper is Planned— The Presbyterian Aid will serve i public fried chicken supper at he City Hall Saturday evening. Other Lu Verne News. Mr. and Mrs. Harroll Burtis and Mrs. D. H. Wermersen left last Thursday for a tour in the West They expected to visit the Wayne Dornbergers at Huron, S. D. then go to Couer d'Alene, Ida., to see Mrs. Wermersen's and Mr. Burtis's sister Gertrude. Mrs. A. J. Eason and her daugh- er Mary Susan accompanied the former's parents, who live at Orange City, to Akron, Ohio, a week ago. They were also to visit rel- v^ a n,? hiC >f° and in Michigan. Mrs. Olive Marshal], Los Ange- es, arrived Saturday for a few days with relatives. She is a cou- babe, but was called home by the arrival of Steven Broesder, a son from Detroit, and his wife. Steven is employed in the leather department of Montgomery Ward & Co. Mr. and Mrs. Arch Walker and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Broesder spent Sunday at Clear Lake. The Clarence Schendels, Buffalo Center, were Sunday dinner guests of the John Sabins. Mrs. Schendel is a sister of Mr. Sabin. The Union No. 7 parent-teacher association will hold its first meet- this season tomorrow night at Edward Rich home. Officers jare Mrs. Clara Dray ton, president- Loyd Gross, vice; Mrs. Edna Mitchell, secretary-treasurer; program committee, Mrs. Rusell Maxwell Mrs. Edward Rich, and Mrs. Loyd Gross. Mrs. Maxwell is teacher of the school, known as the Cruikshank school. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Nickerson and their daughter Evelyn spent Sun™ wi T h the Fern HuHngs, Brltt. The Joseph Elberts, who have all been sick abed in the past few weeks with tonsilitis and quinzy are better, and the youngsters are back in school. Lakota Mrs. Minnie Heetland was seriously sick last week with stomach and heart trouble. She is some what improved. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Torine are parents of a boy, born Friday. They llvo cniifVt «tf miA-_*__ J J live south of Titonka. in nor thern Minnesota fishing. of Wells, to spend Algona a week ago Mary at L. I The V. A. Barretts entertained . the Rev. and Mrs. F. O. Johnson Anderson, Rad- and the Ralph Olsens Sunday. the L. ' Mrs. Edward Halvorson was at ,,,,„ din „ ..,.. Wieme . rs } vent to " MrS - Wiemer , last Thurs- Frost several days last week helping her mother, Mrs. Kollistad. L. W. Wiemer, A. E. Lauritzen, George Moulton went to Koron- staved for n -^v- lu ™ a week with her parents, as fishing Friday night. Green' ,ir f H ' lf erty and Edna Mr. and Mrs. Tice Brack left Sat- Aleda f'r^n De f Moine f after urdav evening for Chicago to at- Aieda Gieen a week ago Monday, tend the world's fair. t ,' E- Lauritze n at- Clarence Scott, Ray Wentworth w-if T>sch ° o1 masters club at and Roy Marquis were fishing at ™HM d Barslou - Jack Welsch Cedar Lake Saturday. and Mexjcan j, m spent Jast week . The Howard Jensens, of Jewell, were week-end visitors at the parental L. A. Nitz's. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Hauge, of Minneapolis, spent Sunday at John Frandle's. Edward Campbell and son Ralph both of Seneca, were at Leon Worden's Friday. The George Watts, of Wells, Minn., spent Sunday at William Green's. Mrs. Albert Brandt's father, Mr. Wiese, of Lakota, spent last week here. Glen Yahnke's parents, Buffalo Center, spent Sunday here. George Hagge was at Algona Saturday. FREE SALE FR EE LIVING ROOM SUITE FREE— Occasional Chair or Lamp. DINING ROOM SUITE FREE-Buffe, Mirror or Table Pad. BED ROOM SUITE FREE— Bed Spring. ROOM SIZE RUG FREE-R«g Pad. Spring Filled Mattress FREE — Spring Cover. Foster Furniture Co. **^8 I LIVESTOCK CLEAR LAKE, low A Every Saturday All kinds 6t Livestock-Good Horf horn Stock Cattle. Consignments Soii«? AMES AUCTION SALES V *»«I fllul Short. MODERNIZE YOUR HOME WITH PAINT A Home Owner's Loan Pave the Way Take advantage of the -wonderful Home Owner's loan avail. able to you for paints to renew your home's beauty. Bring us an itemixed list of your needs and we v \\\ give you the necessary estimate. Lusby's Drug Store ALGONA. T HIS amazing new «*' pact radio made by «• water Kent has f 1 ' """ of a giant. 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