SEPTEMBER 7, 1937. ntton, Alma, WIs., spent Ind at the Matt Kapp has purchased the home on east Kennedy V« Flnncy, Nevada, Is a daughter, Mrs. Harold Inrnbnngh went to West day for a few days with CALS ideas from the new Advance office arrangement. Terry White, who had been a w° A wi i', 8 Pttronu ' Mr - «id Mrs. W. A. White, two weeks, loft Sunday for Dayton, 0., where ho is an accountant for the Allen R Smarl Co., of Chicago. Mr. anil Mrs. Ira Kalil spent the week-end and Labor day ut St Paul whore they visited Mr. Kohl's ohmam Sanborn, went brot hcr 9 HarveyGeorge, and DIck mffnt. n fivur flnve T..,, !„ i- 11,^ , te ' tuiu JJlt-K. na is in the enmlnv of the V. Lowes. ard Oil Co., here. spent the nderson, of Lambcrton, ; Attorney and Mrs. L E Linnin ^ ? w 0 ™.™ her ' ( ' l ; ovo ^ Sheldon Saturday wi B. J. W. Rising. 'Attorney and Mrs. William SloVn Jbe Van Doruton, of Des Des Moines, and all fcns a week-end guest of weok-end there with s, H. L. McCorkle. Mrs. George Murray Mrs. Raymond Morris, Irene McDonnell, Whittemore is Cere Thursday evening a now beauty operator nt Irene* | F red Ze gler's. Beauty Shoppc. She is a graduate I; McGrath and Bernice of a beauty school at Waterloo ire Sunday guests of Mr. Irone Drager owns the shonno -imi IHollis Trainer, Burt. is tlie other operator I Mrs. Henry Ewoldt and Mrs. A. M. Jnspcrson, who had try Lavrenz spent Sunday been hero a month, following her I at Burt with relatives. , son Elmor's accident left Fridiv ork returned Thursday morning for her homo at niominin Moines. He is now con- Calif. Her husband had iith the Equitable Assur- home the week before > of New York. Kiith and Marvin Sduicr con **' , S T «?L£*: * nd *?'?• ?i"?5 d ... a w ™ k>s vl?" Monday with left for left Sunday for Chi- their aunt., Mrs. John Cox .south of ol of optometry. felyn Deal, daughter of Mr. |Bert Deal, left Sunday for [11s, where she is attending Teacher's college. 11 Kosennieycr, St. Benc- taken home from, [hospital Wednesday. Attend the Northern Illi- j Algona, and went to Anderson Fro '-' -' ""*"" m °nt county, to visit their' brother the Ilov. Merle Siiuior. Mr. nnd Mrs. John Morgan have moved into the Misbach apartment lately vacated by the C'. R. Holts They came hero from Mason r'ity her new son, James Al-; Mr. Morgan is in the employ of the , „ the j International Harvester Co' I Dr. and Mrs. R. A. Evans cnmo Mrs. Ted Lieuwen, Hum-; home Thursday from Rochester little grandson, and Mrs. I where they had taken their daugh- [eilsen, Spencer, were Sun- < tor Kathleen, who began a nurses' ets at Walter Klamp's. j training course September ] in the II. T,. Gilmore went to the four Kahler system hospitals. ! Wednesday and was a' Tim Judge W. It. Qunrton car and [ Mrs. George Elbert at the Bert Deal's truck collided at tiie 1 )ttage there till Sunday. corner of College and Harlun "Wheeler, Webster City,' streets last week Monday. No one esday for six weeks with was injured, but the front end of :r, Mrs. R. W. Anderson. He both vehicles was damaged, ig for a broken leg to heal. - The Hollis Trainers, Burt, will nd Mrs. H. M. Olson, with leave soon for Hibbing, Minn., [iby son Melvin, returned where Mr. Trainer, who is a Horf evening from a week's va- mel salesman, will be transferred, jit North Twin Lake in Min- Mrs. Trainer is a twin sister of Mrs. Russell B. Waller, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Kinyon and Hull, , P. Smith, Mrs. W. G. Mc- and Mrs. Emily Spencer their daughter, Mrs. Maude riiursday with Mrs. R. P. left last week Monday for their the Norton cottage at. homes at Glendale, Calif., after ake. [having spent the summer here with Geo. YT. Godfreys returned the daughter Mrs. V. V. Naudain. is Saturday. Mrs. Godfrey | Mr. «ud Sirs. John Guderian and ! son Dick had spent most of their two children left for Santa nmer here at Mrs. I'S. I Thomas Cormody, W. H. Ana, Calif., Sunday. How long they will be on the Coast has not "Whitte- been decided. Mr. Guderian rend her son George spent !cently sold his Kanawha Reporter, evening with Mrs. Henry \ Irene Drager spent last week- who formerly lived at end with relatives in Wisconsin. nore. She was brought home by an J. M. Olescn, Humboldt, uncle, Albert Drager, who, with his Saturday to visit her daugh- family, spent last week with the Sirs. J. W. Little, whose hus- Leonard Dragers, parents of Irene. traded posts with Howard Vinson a year or so ago, was mall carrier at Conde. Itultermaltnr nnd Mrs. I. L. Seeman, their daughter, and the Seeman guests, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Hyson, of California, attended the Minnesota state fair and visited relatives at St. Paul from Saturday till today. Mr. Dyson is a brother of Mrs. Seoman. I'alty and Ilelva, daughters of Mr and Mrs. Lee Batcman, went to Webster City Sunday for a visit with their grandmother, Mrs. Samuel Bateman. The A. A. Sterlings attended a Bateman family reunion at the Kendall-Young park, Webster City, that day. Mrs. William Finn is taking Mrs. Kenneth Knudson's place as office nurse lor Doctor Bourne while the Knudsons are moving to a new homo, the former Russell Maxwell homo on north Minnesota. Mr. Knudson is in the employ of the Pratt Electric Co. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Behlmer, of Superior, WIs., arrived Thursday for a few days with Mr. Behlmer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Behlmer, who own and operate the Algonquin confectionery. Leslie, who is a beauty operator, plans to locate at Des Moines. Mrs. A. Ulilondorf, mother of Mrs. D. H. Gocdcrs, left Wednesday for her son Edward's at Chicago. She had spent most of the summer here. Mrs. Goeders goes to Clear Lake today to help her daughter, Mrs. Harold Falkenhainer, prepare to move to Anamosa. Sunday guests at John Romer's were W. W. Bock, Dickens, Mrs. Chas. Smith, Charles City, John Beck, Nashua, Mr. and Mrs. John Ostorman, Bassett, and three Bas- selt daughters. Mr. Beck is the father of Mrs. Homer, and the other guests arc relatives. The K. & II. oil station on tlie corner south of the Algona hotel has a new Wayne electric gas pump. The station is operated by Henry Ewoldt, who came here from Burt two years ago, and is owned by Klassio & Little, of the Algona Motor Sales company. Mr. and Mrs. Prank Yocum, of Amboy, 111., with a son and a daughter, stopped here Wednesday to seo Mrs. Mary Runchey, aunt of Mrs. .Yocum. The Yoc'ums were on the way home from Pocahontas and Mallard, where they had visited relatives of Mr. Yocum. Chester A. Momyer Jr., of Chicago, and E. W. Colt, of Evanston, a suburb of Chicago, spent the week-end at C. A. Momyer's, and Mrs. Colt, a daughter of the latter, returned to her home with them Monday^ Mrs. Colt and her son Jack had spent a month here. Mr. and Mrs. Myrle E. Griggs will go to Minneapolis tomorrow (Wednesday), and from there to Eau Claire, Wis., to get Mrs. Griggs' father, Dr. A. L. Rist, who has been visiting his son Lewis and the latter's family there two weeks. They will return next week Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Byson, San Diego, Calif., arrived recently for three weeks with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Byson, and his sister, Mrs. I. L. Seeman. Mr. Byson is in the employ of a building contractor. The visitors will seo the Grand Canyon on the way manager of the local 1 Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Paxson took 8 garage. . their son Charles to Mason City ttn ITinkol, a Chrischilles Monday to enter the Hamilton bus- is confined to her bed with Iness school, and brought home i. Anna Prankl, another Mrs. J. 0. Paxson, who visited the j home. is buck at her duties, after a F. B. Shaffers there since Thurs-| Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Giles, daughter Helen, and Dr. A/. E. Kahler, all of Moline, 111,, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Meidke at the Al- ecks vacation. day. and Mrs. Norman Walker,' Mr. nnd Mrs. A. B. Schenck, of tier the former Helen Good- Union township, spent Thursday )cnt the week-end with Mr. and Friday at Des Moinos, where ir's parents, Mr. I'iilker, of Salix. and Mrs. they attended the state fair. Mr. Schenck had four entries of corn KOSStJTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA. IOWA and Mrs. J. F. Overmyer, went to Des Moines Friday, and from there went to Oskaloosa, whore she teaches French in high school. This is her seventh year there. She has ilmost completely recovered from the broken pelvic bones s le suf- Fered in an automobile 'accident last spring. Mrs. A. 15. Michel and her son Maurice got home Fridajr from three weeks in Colorado,! principally at Denver. They saw many interesting sights, including Lookout mountain, where Buffdlo Bill s buried. Of particular interest to Maurice, who is an engineering student at Ames, was inspection of Boulder Dam. Eleanor Norton has returned from a 33-day "Yukon Circle tour" :rom Seattle, Wash., to Fort Yukon in Alaska. Her party at no time encountered heat like Iowa's, and, on the contrary, didn't suffer with cold either. She and her! mother left Saturday for St. Paul, where Eleanor is dean of girls and assistant principle in a high scllool. Zada M. Butler, Des Moines, daughter of I. M. Finnell, 1 and a guest, Rose Butler, Whittemore, were week-end guests at the Finnell home. Miss Butler was graduated from Presentation academy there last spring and won a scholarship at the Mt. Mercy Junior college, Cedar Rapids, which she will attend this year. Mrs. Butler is in state employ. Lewis Ferguson is spending the week at home and helping County Fair Secretary Earl Vinceilt. Since April 1 he has been in a CdC camp near Ames, where he is on<i of four foremen. Lewis's work has to do with foresting an 80-acre tract south of Ames which is olvned by the state. All kinds of trees are grown from seeds, and tfees are now growing on half of the tract. Three children of Mrs.; Aurilla Coffin, Burt, who recently Celebrated her D5th birthday anniversary, are dead. They were Clara, 1912, whose husband, A. B. Conley, still lives here; Aggie, who died in 1888, when she was 16; and Zell, who Wherry Daughter Wed in California Friends of the Arthur Wherrys will be interested to learn that Ann, the youngest daughter, was married Saturday at 4 p. m. The Wherrys live in the San Fernando valley, north of Hollywood, Calif., and have built a new home there- •ecently. Mr. Wherry will be remembered in Kossuth county as cashier of the First National bank at Swea City some 25 years ago, and lived in the house now occupied by the Peter Loofts. West Bend'Vet' is on Go Night & Day West Bend, Sept. 6 — Sleeping sickness in horses here seems to he rowing worse. Dr. P. 0. Dorweil- cr reported 20 new cases Saturday. Former representative A. H. Bonnstetter and Herman Bonnstetterj »aeh have one sick. Chas, Frelden has lost one and has three sick. Hay Barber has three of his best lorses sick. There are many other :ases. Doctor Dorweiler has been kept on the go night and day. died in 1934 and was never married. Their father died in 1905. Mrs. Coffin was past 92 -when the picture used in last weejc's Advance was taken. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Sorstedt, Des Moines, spent the week-eitd with the George Stewarts. The Sorstedts are former Algonians. Mr. Sorstedt used to operate a ready-to-wear store where the Gamble store is now situated. He is now employed in a jewelry shop, and Mrs. Sor- stedt is employed in the ready-to- wear sports department at Younker's, where she has clerked during the last four years. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. A. Joynt and their two children moved, to Emmetsburg Monday. They have lived here for 13 years. Mr. Joynt is driving back and forth to jiis work here as Milwaukee agent. The new agent, who hails from South Dakota, Is expected soon. "W. L. Whitney, Milwaukee operator, 'recently became eligible to retire ; on pension, but has chosen to continue at work. He has been in the railroad business here 25 years. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence; Sandt Bancroft, were Sunday! dinner guests at Matt Kapp's. ijr. Sandi is a brother of Mrs. Kapp.' Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stohl, Wesley, were Sunday evening callers | on the Kapps. Mrs. Kapp accompanied the Nick_Sandts, Bancroft, to Dubuque Tuesday to visit |relatives PAGE TEACHER Shipley Cafe at Wesley is Sold Wesley, Sept. 6—Mrs. Anna Ship- ey, who for some years had owned and operated a west main street cafe, has sold it to Muriel Long, Lone'Rook. Miss Long and her brother George, also Lone Rock, took immediate possession. Mrs. ihipley will accompany her brother, John Meyers, to his home at Pontiac, 111., for an extended visit. Many Horses Stricken. Swea City, Sept. 13 — Sleeping sickness among the horses was on the increase in this vicinity last week, and farmers were much concerned. Veterinarians were kept busy, and the rendering works ran four trucks day and night hauling in the dead animals. 4 To Enter Coe College. Cedar. Rapids, Sept. 6—It's back to school for Edith Logan, Ledyard but it will be an entii^ly new experience in her life, for this fall she is planning to ente.r Coe college for a four-year liberal arts coursa Foot Gashed by Saw. Irvington, Aug. 30—One of LeRoy Scheppman's feet was gashed by a lumber saw Saturday. A deep wound was cut. ALGOtfA GOLFEKS lost to Hampton in a match there last week Sunday, 21-3. Only eight Al- gonians entered. '"THIS IS RAEMOND Koestler, •*• daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Koestler, Burt. After two years of teaching at Titonka, she was called to Spencer, where she is just beginning her first year. She has the first grade. But by courtesy Spencer Daily Reporter. Portland WHICH FOUR TOWNSHIPS IN Kossuth county are longer than others? Which four townships are shorter? Get your new 1937 plat book at the Advance office. It shows. Only $3 plus tax. Cash with mail orders. otf Mrs. William Wagner, Decorah, spent from Thursday till Saturday at E. 0. Mann's. Mr. and Mrs. Todd Rickard visited the latter's parents at Sioux City from Wednesday till Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Chamberlain, Algona, were Sunday dinner guests at G. 0. McFarland's. Dr. and Mrs. H. L. McCorkle, Algona, and their children were Wednesday evening callers at Ray S. McWhorter's. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Sheehan and Mr. and Mrs. Ellis McWhorter, Algona, were there Thursday evening, and Mrs. C. C. Smith, Burt, was a Thursday afternoon caller. Mrs. R. S. McWhorter attended a Plum Creek club meeting at the Algona library Wednesday after noon. Mrs. Mary Wodoward, of Whittemore, gave a talk, and a Mrs. Stone, Lu Verne, conducted parliamentary drill. Mrs. Thomas Trenary has been sick since last week Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Anderson, Nebraska, are working for R. S. McWhorter and live in the house recently vacated by the McWhorters. The McWhorters live on the home farm. Portland women have exhibits in the women's booth in the 4-H building at the county fair. Charles Larsen is at home from the Park hospital, Mason City. He is on a strict diet. BOH Ixcnncrgor, Des Moines, and soy beans, and he won four ps Myron and Burton Jr., and prizes, iiugliter Grace were 'Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kent took at Mr. Isenberger's cousin their son Fred Jr. to Boonesville, Kona hotel Friday evening. The | till Thursday. The Sandt daugh- visilors were en route for a vaca- , ter Ellen entered the St. | Frances tion stay at a summer cottage at | convent there. Valter Klamp's. Mo., yesterday to enter the Kemper [nnd Mrs. George Conklin and military academy, which he plans [son Merle got home a week to attend two years. He was grad- j Selichow. Longvillo,. Minn., owned by Doctor Kahler. Mrs. Alice .Tiinli, Downs, Kans., and her son Bobby went home last week Wednesday, afteu a week here with the former's sister, Mrs. Maud Moines, spent Luella Kapp, Des the weekend at aturday from a two weeks uated last spring from the local Mrs. Selichow and her |p Port Arthur, Canada, Rapids, Minn. and high school. Dr. and Mrs. S. W. Meyer nley McDonald, Moline, 111., parents of a !)-lb. boy, born Satur- tlie week-end here with his day, named Sherman Wayne Jr. ts, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Me- This is the second Meyer child, the , He Is in the employ of a other also a boy. Doctor Meyer K contractor there. house physician at H. .1. Itiuion, here, with her hospital here. is the General , iter, Mrs. I. W. Nelson, Lone ' Tnuil, Ottumwa, came "id the latter's husband, Friday to spend two weeks with last week Tuesday and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matt esday at the state lair. Kapp. Mr. Traul, who operates a 0. Noiiimm came here Satur- Now Deal Tavern at Ottumwa, o make his home with his son played on the Newton ball team He had lived with his this summer. Her, Mrs. J. W. Killian, Sioux, Kito Wngert left Saturday for for the last 20 months. ' I Chicago to attend a "summer Chester City, the former Dorothy .. n, is expected sometime this emy, Mankato. After this • school for a visit with her parents, she will resume her regular .school id Mrs. T. C. Sherman. work at Mankato. n Buchanan, of Albert Lea, The Albert Grooters family at- thc week-end with his par- tended a recent family reunion at Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Buchanan. Sheldon and then spent a few days secretary to an executive of at the Okobojis. The Grooters family and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Weber spent a week ago Saturday at the state fair. . j Kinsley, of New school of Catholic action" as dele- former Dorothy sate from tlie Good Counsel uead- Vilson Packing Co. there, •ry Foster went to Prlmghar '«ay to begin teaching music.. _ , is the. daughter of Mr. and | W. I). Eaton returned Sunday W. A. Foster and was recent-' from a week's trip, which included aduated from Cornell college. •• and Mrs. Verne Barker, south 'Eona, and their daughter Ros- eot home last week Monday two weeks at Decatur and on . HI., where they visited 'V6S, Dommer, who had been o most of the summer, 8 a course in Gossard corset '8. got home Thursday for a with her mother, Mrs. M. y Bfirrit, Mason City printer, B Saturday for his wife and lit>on David, who had been here •!!! eral days - euests of Mrs. Mr, and Mrs. W. f . and Mrs. H. E. Morgan spent week at the state fair. Mrs. 6an fi mother, Mrs. Alonzo D. «. accompanied them as far as she visited at her son a ei,.« .- Ha & en » Chicago, » guest from last week Tues- toffs. Charles 1111 o ""ui ia»v wees luws- "" Sunday of her niece, Mrs. *K Vem She went to Blue FuUer day t0 V ' Slt ner 6on ' Har " W ' JL Dodds - and the accompanied Mr. Uunion sons Wil- to Des Molnes last the 8tate tor . N II, Mi< *" arrived Satur- J sit "' Mr8 ' Du »er mother. of toy last Ms M- get Marshall, Mo., whore he picked up Ills wife and children, who Imd spent six weeks there with Mrs. Eaton's parents and at other points in Nebraska and Iowa. Mrs. Dwight Ilabcock, Gowrie, and her son Dwight Jr. came Sunday, and Mrs. Babcock is caring for Mrs. Ollie Allison, who fell and suffered a broken left knee two weeks ago. Mrs. Babcock is a niece of Mrs. Allison. F. J. lonergan, Sioux City, came Thursday for his wife, the former Inez Potter, who had been visiting here for several weeks. They went to Sioux Falls, S. D., Sunday, and Mr. Lonergan is now manager of a Walgreen drug store there. Attorney and Mrs. M. C. McMahon. with their little daughter Nancy, drove to Minneapolis Saturday, and Nancy left with her maternal grandmother, Mrs. Elizabeth Mangan, while the McMahone went on for a few days at Cass lake. Mrs. A, S. Hucser and the children left Thursday to join Mr. Hueser, who, with a son, departed a month ago for Colorado Springs. Mr Hueser recently closed tne music store he had operated here since he resigned as Baptist pas- t0 I,eoBB, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Stewart, is a new beauty operator at Marie's Beauty Salon to the rear of Kresensky's store. She is a graduate of the Iowa ieauty School. Des Momes, and formerly employed at Buffalo d Mrs. E. A. McDonald, of Conde £ left for home Monday after several daya at Stanley Johnson's The couples were nelgttbors > was t Coade Mr. J<*WOB, guests spent from a week ago Friday till last week Tuesday on a sightseeing trip to Port Arthur, Can., and back. Mr. and Mrs. Zeno Bass, of Strahan, came last week Sunday for their daughter Anne Rose, who had been guest of her sister, Mrs. Walter Roberts, a week. Mr. Roberts went as far as Des Moines with the Basses, and all attended the state fuir Tuesday. Mrs. Roberts came home Wednesday. Dr. and Mrs. M. C. Tincher, Fort Madison, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Holt. Mr. Holt and Doctor Tincher were fraternity brethren when both attended Washington university, St. Louis. The Tinchers were en route home from a vacation tour to points in northern Minnesota. Mrs. C. L. 1Veij,'lp, Austin, Minn., tlie former Lola Moser, whose parents lived north of the Good Hone church, was a recent Algona caller. She has a baby to look after now, and so cannot come down as often as formerly. Her husband is a railroad man. Mrs. Moser is living with the Weigles. The Klbort OnruRe is moving today to the new Riddle building west of the Coryell oil station on Nebraska street. This will leave the Heise building next west of the Algona hotel vacant. The former postoffice and the State's Cafe quarters are also vacant, and the old Call site is unoccupied. George llackniun Jr. left Friday for his home at Knoxville, Tenn., after a month here with his parents Mr. and Mrs. George Hackman Sr., and his sister, Mrs. Fred Geigel. He stopped at Decatur, 111., Friday night to'visit cousins, and from there went on to Knoxville, where he teaches in a high school. Mary Mlnuegan, Jas. McMineman, and Gene Gleinn, all of De Kalb, 111., went home last week Sunday, alter having brought Alice Kaln home the preceding Wednesday, Alice, who had toured a few weeks in Europe, is the daughter of\Mr. and Mrs R. E. Kain, and is teaching this year at Whittemore. The Her, and Mrs. M. A. Sjostrand, with their young son, got home Thursday from a month in the east. Last week Tuesday afternoon they left Kane, Pa., where they had visited Mrs. Sjostrand'6 parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Benson. While they were away they also made visits at points in New York Representative and Mrs. P. J. Kohlhaas returned Thursday from Des Moiiies, where they attended state day at the state fair. Members of the' legislature had a 1 o'clock luncheon in the fair's administration building. Traditionally politics is talked at euch gatherings of both democrats and republicans. . ,. June <he«nyer, daughter of Mr, homo. She is attending the. Thompson beauty school there. The Rev. and Mrs. Lonr^ie Voorhies arrived Friday, and Mr. Voorhies has begun his pastorajte at the Nazarene church here. He completed a spring course in June in a college at Bethany, Okla.; Before taking this course, he ha(i held a pastorate two years in| western Texas. The couple are living in parsonage quarters at thp church on East McGregor. announces prayer Mr. jVoorhies meetings for Wednesday evenings and Sunday hours will be: Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.; preaching service, ill a. m. and 8 p. m.; and the N. YJ P. S. at 7 p. m. : Out of 550 who took t'ests for musical aptitude a total oj 248 had passing marks, and Instructor H. Rassmusson, new band a|nd orchestra leader, paid tribute to the skill of D. R. Collins, former leader, for the proficiency shown in the tests. A marked increase has been shown in the beginning band class- i es, and for the first time a rental plan has been adopted whereby students who wish to learp instruments can rent them while learning. The tests were givqn to determine those who would be accomplished in music by [practice, and to guide beginning students. All former members of <he band and orchestra passed. Mrs. IV. K. Ferguson's sons are all here for the week for time In years. William last week Monday from 1 ton, D. C., where he is in employ and attends night the first arrived Vashiag- R. F. C. school at George Washington university. John arrived from McClure, Virginia, where he has been ^mployed in a lumber camp as a college requirement. He " made visits at Washington and New Yor! of Ames, technical foreman in new CCC arboretum, near Ames ' Lewis, hero. Lewis and John are is alst) employed this week at the courjty fair. Mrs. Ferguson and William went to Ames last Wednesday for the day with Lewis, riding dqwii with Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hutcl ins, who went to Des Moines, wlure Mr, Hutchins attended an E.ectrolux salesmen's meeting. Some of the news given to reporters fails to appear in the paper. This is not because it isn't wanted, but either because there is not time to set it or not room for it. Nobody's news is del berately picked out for omission.' What is omitted is merely what happens to be Jeft when presstime arrives and the paper is full. Such o:: this as remains timely is usually made over for the following •v'eek. If people whose news doesn'; appear will kindly remember , these facts and make allowance for impossibilities they will save the editors and reporters a lot of embarrassment. The editors and reporters (.oa't lik.e. the omission? either, but t ley have to "lump it" because the help for it. Every newspaper In the world, big or little, troubles; th.ey are one of tanta of tis trade. re is no these Jrrl- L'OST OR STOLEN—BLACK COIN purse.—Notify Advance. 10u51 MY. MODERN HOME, 605 E. McGregor St., for sale.—A. H. Stock. 10u45tf LOST—SEVEN HEIFER CALVES. —Write F. H. Hintz, Lu Verne. 10p50-51 WANTED—GIRL FOR GENERAL housework. Small family.—Call 174. I0u51 WELL DRILLING A SPECIALTY. —Guy Beemer, Lakota, phone 102. 9p51-52-7 FOR SALE—RESTAURANT equipment. — Rome Robison, phone 27F14. 10p50-51 WANTED—GIRL TO ASSIST IN general housework.—Mrs. James F. Black, phone 8F24. WANTED—FARM HAND, married Separtae house. Must be gooc with cows and other stock.—A. B Schenck, Algona. 17p51 PIANO TUNING WANTED — EX- pert work, satisfaction. Many years o£ experience.—Leave name at Advance office. 15p50-52 FOR SALE—FARMALL 20 tractor No. 1 condition; new corn plow and stubble plow.—R. A. Nelis, 1 mile north, 1 mile east, Whittemore. 21p51 FARMS FOR SALE—FIVE ACRES to 480, Blue Earth county, Minn, and vicinity. Extra good 240 at Amboy.—Write for particulars Champlin, Lake Crystal, Minn. FOR SALE — SCHUBERT TRUM- pet, used little; also guitar. — Call or write Advance. 12p50-51 WANT TO BUY — INDIAN-HEAD pennies. Will pay l%c apiece.. —Lewis K. Ferguson. 12p51 GOING TO COLLEGE—YOU WILL need a Remington or an L. C Smith-Corona portable typewriter to help you get good grades. Al models at the Advance. gt FOR SALE — THOROUGHBRED Black Angus bull 2 yrs. old.— Don Wallace, Fenton. Ilp50-51 APPLES FOR SALEr-FOUR miles south of Lone Rock. — Godfrey Schulty. phone 3816. 12p50-51 YOU MAY ENTER MANKATO Commercial College, Mankato Minn., at your convenience, but good time to begin your course is September 1. If you are interested send for our free catalog. 31(2)4( FOR SALE—194 ACRES well han died stock and grain farm, tiled near St. Benedict, good buildings new well, graveled road, near school.—For information call o: FOR SALE—RED FOX FUR neck-! piece, good condition; reason-! able.—Call Advance. g48tf SOW RYE FOR EARLY PASTURE , —'For sale by Mrs. Edna Harr,| phone 12F111, Algona. 14p51l FOR SALE—MODEL 0 CASE, 2- row corn picker, priced right.— L. A. Boleneus, Wesley. 14u51-52 FOR SALE—JOHN DEERE 1%-h. p. engine; used two years. — I. W. Nelson, Lone Rock. 15p51-52 FOR SALE—McCORMICK-DEER- ing ensilage harvester, with blower.—Call Advance. 10p47-48tf WANTED TO RENT — WARE- house space for tankage. — Algona Rendering Co., phone 7W2.' 12u51 FOR SALE — HOUSE TRAILER 20x8 ft., double walled, reasonable.—G. J. Zwiefel, phone 30F14. 12p50-52 FOR SALE—C. D. WARD 200-acre i^rm located 2% miles north of I Algona.—Inquire of Mrs. Ethel 1 Gardner. 17p51-52! Big Fun and Thrill Show 2—New Features—21c Top Wide Range Sound WEDNES. THRU SATUR. County Fair Week HOOT GIBSON in "Riding Avenger" Second Feature GRANT WITHERS —in— "PARADISE EXPRESS" Dick Tracy Serial WOELD'S FAMOUS CONCERTINA TROUPE from GEBHANY TITONKA HAII*) THURS., SEPT. 10 Vaudeville Concert Starts qt 8:16. Dance at 0 Admission both shows aa<J dance—children, iOc; adults, 86c. write Mrs. L. A. Boleneus, Wes. 31u51-52 FOR RENT—THE NW'/i of Section 23, Twp. 05, Range 28, Kossuth county, la. Five dollars an acre :ash rent, first payment March 1, 1938; second payment October 1, 938. Who wants to rent?—Write o Mrs. Emma Krienk, 9th and Jrant sts., Peru, Illinois. 50p51 THREE GOOD BUYS—IMPROVED acreage close to Algona. MaM fine self-supporting homestead; about 25 acres; priced to sell M $4,250. One of Algona's fine T- room homes, excellent location only 3 blocks from Iowa Stet* bank, $4,500.00. Building lot wltk sewer tap paid for at $350.00 tt bought this fall.—Joel M. H«rl*t» Real Estate. 65p»l JOHN BROXMEYER Factory Representative of the ' , . |.', Storrs - Schaefer Co., Tailors of Fine Clothes for Men, ; will be at our store one day only j Saturday, September 11 Mr. Broxmeyer is experienced and capable in made- to-measure clothing fitting and we can assure you satisfaction. Come on Saturday to . Misbach's FA A LL triumph in SUEDE ,T« a "steal" from the bright summer multi- colors ... this handsome tie is done in rich Autumn shades of brown.. or in black, garnet and gunmetal! It's a "find" at $4 .00 Kresensky's SHOES HOSIERY DRESSES THE NEW Countt/ Fair Week TODAY TUBS., SEPT. 7, WED-THUK8. SEPT. 8-9 Continuous shows from 1 o'clock during Pair Special Attraction Day! W1TH ANN SHERIDAN CRAIG REYNOLDS ANN NAGEL Also «) KEILA GOODELLE in "SLACKS APPEAL" Slacks are keynote of this short subject. FRED PERRY Tennis champion in "Tennis Tactics" Pete Smith works with • . -s».^--*~«tl*»««MM«l Perry to make it tops— and Hot—"News of the Da/" MISSION Also Farr-Louis Fight-Pictures 1$ Bounds , News .FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, SEPT. 10 RAMON NOVARI&0 in "THE SHEIK STEPS OUT" Also Farr-LouJs Prize Fight Pictures Fifteen rounds. "Wayward Pops" Experience of two playful pup§ when they and meet a "mamma'' cat. 4 treat for poach owners.
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