Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 19, 1938 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA PAGE FIVK tf Btaace Haunt* ; -- — iall Loans jp to $300 coil rt eons, service. «^Bi^^^^^^w ^^tea^^ ^^m^^*^^n v^^vH^^QMAflQ ^mv^^ BACCALAUREATE GIVEN SUNDAY FOR LAKOTANS Lakota, May 18 — Baccalaureate (services were bold at the school (auditorium Sunday evening with a (large crowd present. During the (processional music the 20 graduates aiul tbe faculty took their (Places and the following program iwas given. Invocation; girls glee iclU'b; scripture and prayer ,by the Rev. Carl Hammer; tho double •sextette sang, Cradle Song by jiBrahnis; sermon, the Rev. Mr. .Hammers, song, Holy, Holy, Holy, iby the congregation; benediction, iTho stage was decorated with bas- ikets of white ancl purple lilacs and (Vases of vari-colored tulips. Tho _. _.__ „.. •(class motto, "Uhav^ctor is our j will go to Cedar Rapids FiTday "to I»on \\ )iH« loft Wednesday for St. Louis on business. lie will return Friday. IIrs. Jf. 1'roscoU, DCS Moines, was a guest last week of her sister, Mrs. T. L. Roibinson. Mrs. J. (). Iscnlierprvr, oC Burt, spent the week-end with her niece, Mrs. Walter Ktunp. Wllimi Atwood, K»glo Orove, Mrs. Paul Black, farmers south of Algona. Margaret Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Johnson, came Sunday from Graettlnger, where she had been doing housework. She and her sister Eunice were Sunday guests of the Glenn J. Shores. Klennor Knln returned to Roch- spent the week-end with Catherine oslor Sunday, after spending a few Schoby and Maxine Larson. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Miller re- days hero with her mother, Mrs. John Knln. She is'a student nurse turned Friday after a week with at SL Miu< y' 9 hospital there. Mies their son Dolpb at Grinnell Kah , 1 was graduated from tbe local , Win Will, office girl for Dr. F. aCademy ln 1936> K. Sawyer, came down with the and I is off duty. C. McMahon Monday. (.'lint, .Lighter, manager new Miller lumber yard, |n IOWA FINANCE CO pr IK'" Molneu offlr*. They hav , home on ^ ^ of the brought to Algona rented tbe Millie GOSPKL TA.HKHMCLK — A nonthly fellowship rally was conducted Sunday at the Gospel Tabernacle. Ministers and congregations from neighboring towns wore present.- Evangelist J. Lee Gorman, of York, Neb., was presented to the group. He brought Lho first of the series of messages during the campaign. Mr. Gorman is a forceful speaker presenting the gospel in a very clear manner. Meetings are to be held each evening at 8 p. m. Lou jduced n front of the stage. airs. John Maids Passes— Mesdame.s John Heetland, JMeyers, and Rose Rahmslock, Laota, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Weise, son Marvin;' and Julius •more, drove to Ida lo attend tbe funeral of Mrs. John Makis, who had ibecn ill for four ancl bcdfaat for S months. 0. s - lumberyard at Bode. „ ,,, • s ' lellt a fow dnvs at Mr. and Mrs. Harry Raney, West Mason City this week attending a Union, spent the week-end with i meeting ol Chamber of Commerce flip fnrmnr's mnthor Mrs. fnm. her father, Edward R. Mav/dsley, farmer southeast of Algona. Howard Medin, Ames student, sponl tlie week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Medin. Most of the colleges are preparing for the year's wind-up, and many Algona collegians will soon 'be coming home. Mrs. K. W. Kviins, with her son, was a Monday evening guest of the former's niece, Mrs. A. Gabrielson, Hunrbohlt. They accompanied Hattle Wilson and Margaret Hul- Icrman, local teachers who attended a dinner party at Frances Messor's. The latter, former teacher in the Algona schools, is now county superintendent in Humbold county. Mrs. (tiiorf^i! Koswcll, wife of the Algona laundry proprietor, came down with the mum'ps Tuesday morning. She had spent the w-eek- end at Des Moines with her mother, Mrs. J. H. DeLancy, who has been sick for some months with heart, disease, and Mrs. DeLaney . , had come to Algona Monday to ra- the fine support accorded him m j cuperatc hore , Ml . s H . u . 0 i ( ] in n uid, the services. This interest makea L lato) . of MrH _ Boswell, is caring the work easier and produces fol . . bo|h women . Mrs . niauid's Teachers Are Laid Up. 75 dancing ptipijs in a recital June sale next Monday. Two of Algona's public school 3 at the high school auditorium, teachers are sick. Alvina Miller The students will begin the ticket came down with the mumps a few " days ago, and Miss Young had a minor operation early in the week. Recital Is Planned. Bernice Stock will present her Lotts Creek Wins. Lotts Creek, May 18 — Lotts Creek defeated Whittemore Sunday, on the local ball diamond. I'KKSUYTKRIAN, ('. W. Vfelf- for, I'ustor—• Sunday school, 10 a. in.; morning worship, 11, theme, Unseen Hands That Lift. No evening service. Sunday school 'board meets Monday, 7:30 p. m. at the church. The minister appreciates ties. J\ I. G O IN /\ more lasting results. husband is a Whittemore dentist. Commerce the former's mother, Mrs. Corai uu^iv LUTHKHAX, T. Raney, and Harriet Raney and i" r < III( ' r ' I'astor—Sunday school 10 I secretaries. Kornioc Stock, Frances Bavriek- Patty" Olson went home with them! a - m -> English services, 10:30. Harry and Harriet | Next Thursday, as on Ascension day German service in tbe forenoon at 10:30 o'clock. Y. P. S. i 1 ' Ashes of a Former ,., ,,u ,, u ,, u ius Welse El- 1 " 1 , 1 " 1 ' a " d TIiUTiet Selclle11 - "tend- for a week. Grove Fridiv S, d ft dancc rcciUU at Ea 8'° Grove a™ .brother . 'uvu, i i^IU.I.Y xuosdav nvpnlnir. i .. . -, Tuesday evening. Mrs. Anna Hast, Trapp, N. D., is and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Burdette Dobson, Troy, Kans., were guests early in Mrs *' ' Frank Italdwin, who has been taby Ihicks ''Services wore held at. the Luthor- 'p.n church Friday afternoon with |.all the children attending. Besides •her husband Mrs. Makis leaves two sons, John, at Omaha, Paul, ,„ at Humboldt, and three daughters,' ln - a Siocery store Mrs. Bornie Nelson, Newton, Mrs. j'Olmer Wcise, who has- cared for iier mother tbe past year and An- jiic, still at home. The Makis family lived at Lakota many years, where Mr. Makis operated <i bar-! ~, ness and shoe repair shop. They , ,. , , ,, T , , • L i w j, jxaiia., wuic &UUBLCI ueii i> 111 patient at the Ko-ssuth hospital. the week ol Ule fo 7. mel , s brother, a sister-in-law Bast. „.„„„„., of „. B . Dobson . B urdette is on the Sunday meeting next week Friday. Our mission festival will be celebrated 20. ' way to Seattle, Wash., where he .....,i,,i.i, wiiu mia UUBII win be employed H B corking in Anderson's Jack Sprat tho oflficc at Swl ff B here. store, has gone to Osage to work. „„ , .,.„ , ., FIKST LUTHERAN, 31. A. S.ios- em P lo ^' d ' H - B ' wol ' ks in tr««d Pas ^Sunday school at tornocm. when the p.n nt Swift's linrn. in . ' . ;..„ ..._....v.i., „. 11 nlrt u ^n nf tho ln( 10 a. m.; morning worship at 11 Burt Youth, Donald Blossom, Interred Burt, May 1.7—A short service conducted by tbe Rev. J. M. Domfi local Presbyterian pastor, was held at the cemetery Sunday af ashes of Donald, son of the late J. R. Blossou Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Johnson o'clock. Confirmation class Satur- and of Mrs. Jane Blossom, were ,_ spent the week-end at Mason City undertakers' convention at Los 'Mrs. Fox is a cousin of Mrs. Johnson. , Mr. Johnson operates the D-X oil Moines till Friday. , . ,. , , , , Bert Randall, butcher at Soren-' stal ;° n here, and bis wife clerks ' grocery, will return to work at tho Cumm!n K s store, i today (Thursday), after a week's' Mr - '"id 31 rs. Peter Waldron, moved to Ida Grove several yours ago. •Son for Tiiirr Dnltons— The W. E. Leys received an announcement-of the bir.lh of a son, riiamed Burr James, to the Burr (Daltons, of San Pedro, Calif., Ap- 27. Burr, who is tho younger json of the late Guy Daltons, is in (the naval dispensary in Califor- •nia. The Daltons have one daughter. Guy Dalton, with his family [was a resident of Lakota for, many iyears, and Burr was born while (they lived here. The older son, {..amont and his wife, live in Chi- Chorus, $5.50; heav- $6,50; assorted nckerels, $1.90. Started Ihicks on hand in coders', $1 per week Mtional. Free paring nife with 300 chicks fcr more. IAMILTON Hatchery [Bancroft and Titonka. vacation at Cedar Rapids. with their two children, got back F. L. Sceimin, of the Algona Monday morning from Jackson, creamery, goes to Swea City today Minn., where they attended the (Thursday) to attend an educa- funeral of Mrs. Waldron's sister, tional butter-scoring contest. I Elaine Duas, Sunday. Miss Duas The Hoy WnoIdridRes spent Sun- d ie(i following an operation, day at Clear Lake with Mr. Woold- ai[r ' an(1 Mrs ' Karl Wester > Ke °- ridgo's father, 0. T. Wooidridge, sauqua, spent Monday evening who is on the police force there, (with the H. M. Olsons. From here, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Kuhn, with they went to Wesley for a week their children, Helen and Bdbby, with Mr - Wester's parents. Mr, spent Sunday at Spirit Lake, fish- Wester does extension work for day at 9 a. m. ST. THOMAS Kl'FSCOI'AI,, llnv. DeVere Slielniandyne, Pnstor- Holy Communion service at 8 m., Sunday school at 10 a. m. Douglas home. The Tylers are parents of Mrs. Douglas, and Mrs. Hill is the grandmother of Mr. Douglas. Mr. Douglas is manager of the local Cummings store. Mr. and Mrs, Willai-d Ringgenberg, with their daughter, also buried on the family lot here Knoll post had charge. Donald, once a Burt boy, later a World war veteran, died at hi a. i home at Long Beach, Calif., De I cenrber 23. He is survived by his wife and child, and 'by his mother. who came to Algona from California last week, also by his half- brother. R. S. Blossom, Algona. Among relatives and out-of-town friends attending the service were tho R. S. Blossoms, Mrs. E. Murtagh, Mrs. J. W. Sullivan, J. C. rs. Arthur Helberg and her j B. Murtagh, all of Algona, Mrs. Sunday I Mayme Hofius and the Lloyd Els- aunt i tons, Gilmore City. Mr. and Mrs. ing. Helen is 'bookkeeper at Swift's. the state college at Ames. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Johnson, of '31 rs. IV. J. llftll spent Sunday at Curlew, were Sunday guests of the Swea City, visiting her son Uob-| E - N - Taylors. Mrs. Johnson and ert, who operates a Ford garage' Mr s. Taylor are sisters. Their nnrt hi* mnithpi- Mi- Clii-i thei ' e ' ' Mr - Bel1 formerly worked 'mother, Mrs. Ella Peterson, and his mothoi. Mi.. Claia ^ ^ Ford ^^ ^ ' | metsburg, went home with JOalton, expects to visit him this summer. Reads Letter from China— Emma Gutkneeht entertained the Presbyterian Missionary Society I.Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Lester as assisting hostess. A large, crowd attended. Following the Wallukait's father, David, who is Em- the Sti'llii "Miie" "llrecn, of ihe Bonar I Johnsons, a.fter a month here. law offices, attended exercises at! Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sheehan the Titouka high school last even- spent the week-end with the lat' Benson, Ringsted. Mr. berg works at the Kent garage here. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Kapp and daughter Wilma, Richard Chipman, the latter of Burt, spent the last week-end with the Earl Trauls at Ottumwa. Mrs. Traul is a daughter of the Kapps. Mr. Traul, former Algona baseball player/is now op- -' Safety Talk Given ing in which her niece, Peterson, was graduated. .Maxine ter's brother, R. A. Moss, NeWton, ', and his wife, and-with Mr. Shee- TIic Clirls IVallukaJts fished at nan's father, William Sheehan, of Humboldt Sunday and visited Mr., Maxwell. Mr. Moss is a pattern- in a new ORGE |Sff THE W ATE RUE LOU TEST THAT PROVES IH STORING MOH£ FOOD, COHVEHIEHTLY business meeting Mrs. J. B. Ukena had charge of devotions. Mrs. O. H. Frerking gave an interesting talk, Gleanings from Presbyterial. Genevieve Brewer played a piano solo; Juanita Lester sang a Lula- by; and Dwayne Lester sang, Bea- tiful Garden of Prayer. Mrs. Alvin Rippentrop read a letler from Gertrude Bayless in China. .Seven Are Confirmed— I Confirmed at St. Paul's Lutheran church a week ago Sunday, .with the pastor, the Rev. Mr. i'Booese in charge were Glen Ma- jbus, Henry Boese, Eugene Wirtj- \fiS, Peter Smith, Clarence Swartz, '/^Catherine Bauman, and Verna iKlocke. .Have Picnic at Fayette— 'Sayde Patterson and several young people from Buffalo Center •drove to Fayette, Sunday taking a (picnic dinner, and spent the day with Sayde's brother Lyle, and Dale Hamqulst, who are students it the Upper Iowa university. Other LakotH News. The Jerry . Schutters, West Bend, and the Tom Daileys, Algona, were. Sunday visitors with the John Heetlands and Mrs. Minnie Heetland. Charles and Eunice Scholl, of Rockwell, spent the week-end with rf the Nick Koppens. Ferdinand Kop- ipen Sr, went home with them for •etired. Chris is manager of the ocal Council Oak store. maker for a machine company. J. W. Iteckwith has left for Chicago to spend a few weeks with The Rev. and Mrs. F. C. Volzke, his daughter, Mrs. H. V. Allinson, vith Lillian Schultz, spent Satur-1 and then will visit his son, W. F. day at Mason City, attending a' Beckwjth, of Kansas City. Mr. state B. Y. P. U. convention. They i Beckwith makes his home with his eturned Saturday evening. daughter, Mrs. G. C. Yeoman here. Ledyard F. B. Laota, May 18—Ledyard township's general F. B. meeting was held at J. B. Telcamp's, Friday ev- ning and despite rain a good crowd attended. Two highway patrolmen erating a funeral parlor with his were preseirt and Patrolman brother. Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Robinson were at Fort Dodge Tuesday evening attending'a dinner party and dance at the country club. They were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. Swaney. Mr. Swaney is in the ler, Mason City, talked on highway safety measures, answered questions, and a general discussion followed. Mrs. Charles Eggerth reac a magazine article. Wayne inc Wanda Heetland played a piano duet. The women's chorus sang oil business there, and Mr. Robin- \*™t« ^Song^ Twilight, _and son travels for a road equipment company. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Evans, Sioux City, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles singing was also enjoyed The lunch committee, George Eu iten and Raymond Winter planne( a, special lunch of barbacue sand Mr. and Mrs. Chester Lorenz, of I •' Mrs. Carl Hoemer, of Hubbard Dubuque, left Tuesday afternoon,' and Mrs. Herman Panthen, Mrs after a few days here with the lat- | Henry Neubauer, and Pauline Panter's sister, Mrs. R. W. Roeder., then, Eldora, were week-end Mr Lorenz is a city fireman. guests of the Rev. and Mrs. P. . J. Mrs. T. I;. Robinson and Mrs. M. '• Braner. Mrs. Roemer and Mrs. ;. McMahon spent Tuesday at Ma-' Panthen are sisters of Mrs. Brason City visiting Mrs. Paul Ham- ner. mill, the former Frances Zender.' , Mrs. Mabel Krnse, Mountain Stitely, (Mankato, were Sunday Riches, cake, and coffee and the served the lunch. The Jun of Mr and Mrs E W Ev° f " SE ans. Woman Gassed, 400 Young Chicks Die Mr/'Hammiins "a "jeweler Ohere. View, Calif., is visiting her broth- » ^»Houston" Tto" ^Monday. Irvington, M^T^-Mrs. H. T. „ , ,._ „ WMnt vo,. S *o -,,„= *„ .^.bome ^ e ™ton^ te iex.^Monaay., Sai3in ^ ^ overcome by gfls and they had the Pettit fur- Friday morning, when she at- shipped to Houston. Mr. tempted to rescue chickens from f or ihe Bell tele-ft? ™ etin f will ,be in the M.tho an'd 1 Mr Stitely dist church " wlth ccc boys ln for a Federal Finance /company, charge of the program. The latter is former bookkeeper at' Maxwell's garage here. Mrs. Gail Pettit and her father, L. J. Miller, who have .been here a couple of weeks left for their Mrs. Eva Deim and her sister, er, Frank Vera. She plans to slap Mary Beiser, were Sunday dinner about six weeks, but finds the uests of the Barney Lentsches, weather here very warm compar- farmers near Claire. Mr. Lentsch ed to California. Mountain View is is a cousin of Mrs. Deim and Miss, about 38 miles from'San Francis- Beiser. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. C. Dau, with their two children, spent Sunday at Hampton, visiting Mr. Dau's aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Nemitz. Mr. Dau owns the Dau garage here. Mrs. D. J. Buss got home Sunday from Charles City, where she CO. Dr. and Mrs. J. F. .Brown, Amarillo, Tex., and the Sam Arnolds, of Kirksville, Mo., came Wednesday and will spend the rest of the week with Dr. and Mrs. W. D. Andrews. Doctor Brown is an osteopath and Mr.' Arnold is a lumberman. a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Lewis and uuy iiuui v^iiai ico VJII..M " "~" ~ ~ , "— _ t , had spent a week with her sister, I Mrs. Elmer Anderson, Britt, and Mrs Otto Meyer. Mrs. Meyer ha'1, her eon Joel, spent Friday with been quite ill but is now slightly j the G. C. Scobees, former noigln. improved ' jbors of the Andersons. The Sco- J. I). Lowe drove to Buffalo Cem- bees lived in Britt 2 years before tar Saturday night and from there' moving here in January. Mr. Sco- accompanied friends to Canada for j bee is a Milwaukee depot agent a week's fishing. Buffalo Center v was his home before he came to A'lgona. ilittle daughter, of Denver, came Sunday to visit at Virgil's father .Frank Lewis's. f Pern Lewis, Dubuque university rstudent, spent the week-end with Uer father, Frank Lewis. , The Jerry and George Heetlands Upent Sunday at Jerry Elman's at Ipsage. [Norge «clusive flex/We interior Cements—12 different varia- »» most models—give you more . extra room for large tall bottles. Come ' see the Watermelon Test * Proves it I Be 8U re to see >iSS , before you buy. ^P IjJEBQLlATOR' COMPRESSOR ,• HEAR WARRANTY , e< » I »P««*iw\ unit you Ex-Algona Girl is Bride in Oklahoma Irvington, May 16—Mr. and Mrs. Everett Lee, Algona, recently »e- ceived announcement of the marriage of Mrs. Lee's niece, Ruth Stewart, to Edwtin Luetkemeyer, kittle Rock, Ark. The ceremony took place Afcril 25 at a. Wttae Rock Catholic church and the couple left at once for Oklahoma to visit the bridegroom's people; They are now at home in apartments at Little Rock, where,Mr. Luetemey- er is manager of a store. • Bonje years ago (Miss Stewart made her home with the George Lees, Algona, but recently she bad-been Mr. and Mrs. James Crawford, of Whittemore, were Sunday dinner guests of their daughter, Mrs. Wm. J, Finn. Mr. 'Crawford is a farmer, and Mr. Finn works at the Wilson bakery. Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Wells, Livev- more, were Sunday guests of the latter's sister, Mrs. Arthur Jensen. Mr. Wells is a farmer, and Mr. Jensen works for the White Rose gas station. here. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. W. Hansen, with their children Wade and Irene, spent Sunday at Rolfe visiting Mrs. Hanson's sister, Mrs. Jack Johnson. Mr. Johnson works for the electric light company, and Mr. Hansen is a building contractor. Mrs. Laura Smith, Renwick, took Mrs. Hortense Ferguson to Ames last week-end to attend Veishea. They also went to Fella to attend that town's celebrated tulip show. They returned Sunday, and Mrs. and Mrs. W. W. Gillespie are living in their home on State street. Mrs. Walter Roberts spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Zeno Bass, Strahan. She ro'de down with Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Hicks and the Hicks daughter Janey, who spent the week-end with Mr. Hicks' mother and other relatives at Council Bluffs. Mr. Hicks is with the telephone company here.' Mrs. Merle Webster was taken to the General hospital Saturday for an operation. She was unable to work last week at the Cut-Rate grocery, where she is employed. The Webster 8-year-old son Richard is with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Taylor. Mrs. Webster is reported doing well. Mr. Webster is an Algona decorator. The Rev. and Mrs. M. A. Sjostrand, with their son Ronald, returned Monday from Mason City, where they attended a meeting of the northern Augustana Lutheran district Sunday. Mr. Sjostrand preached at the Immanuel church there Sunday evening. Another a brooder house into which fumes from a brooder stove salesman here. The Kae Ashers will move to. Smith remained for a few days' West Union June l,j and Mr. Asher -'-" will be a salesman there for the visit. Mr. and Mrs. John Cox, farmers Allis-Chalmers farm implement south of Algona, and the Earl Mils- company. He has been a Firestone le ? , near Burt ^ent Sunday wih the Harold Jaegers, Austin, Minn. Mrs. Albert Hagff, with her [Mrs. Miller is a daughter, Mrs Mrs Clara Hagg.l Jager_a granddaughter, of Mr., and rent Sunday' at Hun^oTdt vIsit-SMrs. Cox, and Mr. Jaeger is a caning the former's father, Frank tractor, Ernst, and sister, Ruby Ernst. Al- » "* bert. is a .painter here, speaker on the day's program was the Rev. Raymond Swanson, Swea City. ' . Porothy Mawdsley, freshman at Ames, spent the week-end with gas had >e pouring several hours. She .had 500 chickens in the house, and when she went to feed them she found 400 dead. Mrs. Saibin enterted the brooder aouse to save the rest of the chicks but she breathed too much gas and was seriously sick for a few days. Mrs. Nina Schichtl was called to care for her. The brooder stove was a new one, and the Salbins do not know what was the trouble. Mr. Sabin went to Spencer to get more chicks. Mrs. Sabin- was overcome by gas once before, some years ago, when gas from an engine in the basement used to generate electricity permeated the house. Mrs. Hawcott to Rochester. Burt, May 17 — Mr, and Mrs. Martin Larsen, Algona, took Mr. Roscoe Stewart, .Relph Carney, and Mrs. R. F. Hawcott and Josie Dittmer to Rochester, Minn., Sunday. Mrs. Hawcott was to have a cataract removed from one of her eyes, and she and Miss Dittmer remained there, the others returning the same day. Mrs. Hawcott is the former Mrs. William Treptow, A neeti™ the"county School- of the Rev and Mrs. F. C. ;*. ". «i.S, ™ a = hnirt hflr« Tues- Mr. Volzke is former pasto masters club was held here Tues- A group of eight young people from Corning were Sunday guests F. C. Volzke. pastor of the o a he relatives at Little Rock ,waa graduated from the Algona high school in 1934. Wesley Farmer is Run Over by Drag I Wesley, 'May 18-^arl Hanson, farmer north of town, was badly cut and bruised Thursday while working with tractor and dragon bis brother's farm. He had step ped off. the tvactor and iu setting IOWA •with a nic-1 Baptist church there. The Rev. 'A Pall state Mr. Fleet, Webb, and Nelda Craig, Sark™ s^lterhouse°was SK Marathon were guests Monday of the evening being rainy. ,the VolzKes^ Mr, and Mrs. D. L. Leffert spent *"". an the ^ k -« d * ^?d*Rtteffi£ SaturdTy for a week with They were accompanied • Shirley's parents, County Supt. /and Mary Ellen Halpin, and Mrs. William Shirley. Doctor ?he^ lister Ida i Shirley's work is connected with ft S."I GenriciTand her guest state psychopathic hospital at from Iowa City. „ Weet Wmiam Brown, local photo.„ arrlved'Monday grapher. drove to Buffalo Center spending the en- last week Wednesday ,to take p)c- spenamg tne eu seniors. The THUBS. THRU SATURDAY nd in»- V week work &Yhts fooFsliPPed a^he was run over by the drag^H^was^ en to a rnent. y . doctor for medical treat ROMANCE PiFliS A DEATH BAP...ANO WINS) Lost Island. + AS LOW $124.50 'S FuroiUre Stilt Barber Shop Improvement Wenry Furst, the 'barber at the gt&SA «r«K ment of the shop. special equipment for taking in- W r. Bunkofske is a door pictures. ' and Mr Maxwell op-, Johu Leuthhold, St,, Paul, visit- ana .Mr. awaken * | ^ ^ ^^ H ^ gtoj , e Mpnday> Dr v v awen, «««» podiatrist Mr. Leuthold has an interest^in £'i lion will leave for Chi- several men's stores, and started in this section, will leave_ lor om » SurinE ^ and children , ShS and cftuaren, wuo Two G»i 91 CMatt JSapP » nd _ &go ^ w , . Valley. Minn: C^ H. WilUamB and s w , Reynolds are partners in Mr. aad M^-''. the summer with her Brents, Mr. Second Feature BUCK JONES —in— "BOSS OF LONELY YALLEY" BANGER" Serial Second Feature WlfcL ROGERS In ^County -as Robert bad here with TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, MAY 24 AND 25 < , Extended Run EJUIOL FLYNN Jft «ADVENTFU»ES OF BOBIN- HOOD" COMING, JUNE 1-4 — ."THE BJ»TH OF A BABY" THURSDAY AM) FJUDAY, MAY 19 AND 20 DAILY MATINEES Today marks a new milestone in motion picture achievement. ALGONA BOY MAKES GOOD! Richard Slienium, Algonn Wrote this scrceu .piny LORETT'A YOUNG RICHARD GREENE Chicago crowds, New York City crowds are raving about it. Outstanding! Thrilling! Exciting! Intrigue — Romance — Comedy EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTION MARCH OF TIME NO. 10—Just Released No. 1—Racketeers vs. Housewives No. 2—Friend of the People, SATURDAY, MAY 21 Joe Penner Day SUN.-MON., MAY 22-23 100% Technicolor Plus Our Gang Comedy and 600 FREE CANDY BARS from Algona Ice Cream Co. at matinees. WITH *ERROLFLYNN OLIVIA DC HAVlllAND BASH RATHKWE.CUUDE RAINS Plus PINEHURST Golf subject SPRING EGG CAMPAIGN Country Eggs, doz. ____ 20c Shredded Wheat, 2 12-oz. pkgs. ___23c COLD STBEAM Pink Salmon, 2 1-lb. cans 23c SLTUANA Red Beans, 4 22-oz. cans : 29c Sultana Red SALMON,, 1-lb. can Ann Page Salad PRESSING, Qt. jar Blue Rose 6 Ibs. .'. NAVY BEANS, 6 Ibs. 23c 27c _25c 25c ITALIAN PRUNES, F. P. No. 10 can __ PEACHES, * 1 W. P., No. 10 can **J- BLACKBERRIES, W. P, No. 10 can— POST TOASTIES, 3 18-oz. pkgs. Chase & Sanborn's COFFEE, Ib, IONA PEAS, S No, 2 cans 17c 25c Me Kirks Coco Hardwater CASTILE. SOAPf i cakes . White Eagle SOAP (CHIPS, 5'lb, box 33c Clean Sweep 9*7 *• BROOMS, each &'l v Nectar Green TEA, ^-l Nectar Black TEA, }41b. pkg. ____< Nectar Mixed TEA, ^-lb. pkg. Condor Yacnum Pack COFFEE, 4 (T Mb. can 4DC S«ft Swst BREAD, 3 20-oz. loaves White House MILK, 4 14}£-oz. cans __. Daily Egg Pore OYSTER SHELL, 100-lb. bag Crashed Rock STOCK SALT, 100-lb. bag 15c 29c 19c 25c 25c .676 69c Northern "Linen-Ized" TISSUE, roll-—— Palmolive. SOAP, 3 cakes.. Snnbrite CLEANSER, 4 cans. Crystol White SOAP, 10 reg. ban. 10 lg. bars 83o _5c 17c 176 29c SUNNYFIELD FtOUR, 49-Jb, bag -.—-$1.25 Fresh Pineapple, siase 30, each - - - - - !6c New Potatoes, 10 lb«, - - , -,.; — . - - Head l.ettuce, sizie ^0, 2 head* -^ New Cabbage, ib» - -.- , „ - - - ^ , ^ , , T A&P FOOD STORES Issw 5, ;!:

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