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iBii •• i iu*»**ipi DEAD AT 16 Rita Dooley, Des Molhes, was a Week-end guest of her parents, Recorder and Mrs. J. J. Dooley. liarbnra Low, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Myron Ludwig, spent last week,, at the Herman Fritz home at West Bend. 1>r. and Mrs. B. F. Dewel, Evaii- ston, 111,, were week-end and the Fourth guests at the W. C. Dewel cottage at Clear Lake. 3rr. and Mrs. R. C. Larson left Friday for Trego, WIs., for a week With Mrs. Larson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Jernson. Kinina Sponglierp left one day last week to join friends at West Union for a trip to the Coast, She teaches at West Union. Mrs. W. T,. llagcrhorst, Eagle' Grove, came Wednesday for a visit till over the Fourth with Mrs. N. C. Rice, a life-lone friend ported fair luck. Boy Lake is In northern Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hackbarth were guests last week Sunday at Harold Ehmke's. Britt. Mr. Ehm- ,ke is omployed by the Pure Oil com tinny; Mr. Hackbarth, by the K 1 . & H. oil company. Mrs. Olcnn Sivanson, Fairmont, lias gone home, after a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Pommerening. She came for the Wedding of her brother Delmar to Lucille Hildman, of Wesley. 3frs. P. V. Janse went to Des Moines Friday to meet her daughter, Mrs. H. T. Miller, who is spending a few weeks here. Mr. Miller is a coach in the Claussen high school at Oklahoma City. • Mrs. Emma. Zlcmcr, Burlington, with her daughter Dorothy Ann, left Sunday tine KOSSUTtt COttNfY ADVANCE. ALGONA, IOWA PAGE FIVB and Rose, at Paid AHO; They cauie back via Southern California. fcrnrn Stehlc left Thursday for Washington, D. C., after three we4ks here with her parents, >Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Stehle. She will attend the World's fair, New York City, before returning to her stenographic duties in the secretary of la.bhr offices at Washington,' D. C. Mark Stanton and his mother, Mri. Josephine Stanton, and Fern Pederson, teacher in the Algona sThools, leave Wednesday for a mohth's trip in the west, Including Los} Angeles and San Francisco. Maj-k is employed in the office of the! Algona Cooperative creamery. Shlrleys,are gone. • Mr. and Mfg. George Burns, Des Moines, and the Rev. and Mrs. Robert Burns, Old English, with a son, were guests'from last week Tuesday till Thursday at E. N. Taylor's. The Rev. Mr. Burns, ! son of Mr< and Mrs. George Burns, Is pastor of tb.e Christian church at Old English. The Taylors and the Burns family knew each other when the Taylors'- lived at Des Moines gome 30 years ago. George Burns is on a Drake university car line 'there. Helen Dingley left Sunday with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs, W. B. Nugent and their u i • —*£»«-•«» i* iw W|,TC* O.V* V ^ V*1'*?W1UK>* J • aiLU J'JLl Q. IT i JJ. 1^'UgdlL CLIIU 111CJI '.Vr. and .Mrs. Carl Dreyer, 'Aus- children Jack, and Ding, for a tour tin) went home Thursday, after a of the west. They planned to go wefek with relatives here and at through the Bladt Hills, Yellow- Lojts Creek. Mrs. Fred Jacob ac-j stone park, to Canada, and hack to companied them and that evening the U. S. at Portland, Ore. ' Then attfended a Jacob reunion at Ernest, they will travel down the coast, Jacob's, returning to Algona Frl- stopping at San. Francisco, and re- day. Mr. nnd Mrs. Conrad j turn home by way of Mexico. The Herman, travelers expect to be gone a went to Fairmont Thursday for j month. Miss DIngley is on vaca- thol day with their granddaughter, j tion from the Kossuth Agricultural Jestn Paschke, who was attending, Conservation association office. school there. Jean's home | Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Clark, son southeast of Ban- Sorensen attended the Ban- and .was graduated HdurVar course at the in ^s Training school, Chlca- r. served: as,deaconess at Halstead State" Institutional Chicago, 19 years, and then 'Son in a training school [«tirement 12 years ago. ', retirement, Miss Sorensen to Hunter, Kans., where she ,'nrdained as minister and had Lc o a Methodist church two If Then, because ot ill health, leave up the ministry and lived I ol, Kans., till death, flheliad In the Topeka hospital three „,* being a great ? church *er Miss Sorensen took active in W. C. T. U. work. .Her le life was devoted to service. iurviving are four sisters:. Mrs, Freeh, Mrs. Charles T. Ells- u Algona; Mrs. A. G. Schultz, lu! rloo; Ida Sorensen, Grand Is- Lj Neb ; also a brother, William teen, Canby, Minn. Another Ither, Lou' 8 - Canby, Minn., died . Buffalo Center, .is spending the Fourth with her •parents, Mr. and. Mrs. George Stewart Sr. She conducts a beauty shop. ( Mrs. Kale Annls was taken to the Kossuth hospital Thursday for a few days' medical treatment" She , is at Echo, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. B. | Jack, and daughter Dorothy left J- ' P. Richardson accompanied the Saturday, after three weeks with Ztemer - Hoimans and spent the day RicharTanTved Sundav for .a ° ' - Mr. Clark's parents, Mr. and Mrs. sisters, Mrs. and Mrs< Georse House ' o£ Drench Haldeman and Mrs. Chas. nav or .a « tended vsit with Mr Pi E t°i ?»ti?« ' Freedom ' Pa " with their dau ehter Reaper, and Mrs. Clark's parents, ™" 1 sit with Mi . Rists father, Catherine lf fter a ' L Rtet and w« 3.?. M ''i Catherine, left Wednesday, after a Mr.' and Mrs, Merle' V^Xb$S?i?& I-*** he ' e with *' and Mrs " '" *«" ««™ high school at Eau Claire, Wis. Mrs. K. I). Thorson, formerly Virginia Schoby, spent last week Lone Rock Girl on College Honor Roll Dubuque University, July 3 — Shirley Marlow, Lone Rock, freshman In liberal arts, has been named on the honor roll of that institution for the second semester. To merit this listing she had to earn all "A" and "B" grades. Dr. Edward A. Wight, dean of the college; gave out the list. Fall Festival Is Dated. Fenton, June 26 — The Community club has set Thursday, August 17, for the annual fall festival here. Clarence Theesfleld and Oliver Stoeber are the concessions committee; George Boettcher, Ernest Ruske, Wilfred Stoeber, Wilbert Holldorf, and G. R. Krause, planning board. Fairgrounds Stand Change. The Methodist Aid has sold its stand at the fairgrounds to the county Conservation League, and the League is operating it today. Correction—In the Lakota correspondence last week Fern Lewis, ibride of the Rev. Mr. Hassebrock, was spoken as from Ledyard. .In fact she was from Lakota. IV t Are In The Service Of Others Algona — loua IOWA a iew uays medical treatment. She Monday and Tuesday with her par-' S? i ™ £ has been seriously sick for several ents. Mr. and Mr. rT p. si.hShv St SS 1 W( » k !: r years ago. i WRITE ANNUAL TEACHERS'TESTS rcenty-slx teachers and would[ teachers wrote uniform county ichers' examinations Wednesday mrsday, and Friday, in the weeks. Mrs. V. E. Voung, Mason City, spent from last week Tuesday to Friday at Dr. H. L. McCorkle's. Mrs. McCorkle and Mrs .Young are sisters.,, : Mrs. Beate Akrons went to Garner Sunday for the week with her son, V. C. Waldeek, farmer there. Mrs. Ahrens is Mrs. F. E.'Sawyer's mother. Mr. nnd Mrs. Roy Christonsen moved Saturday into the house on east McGregor formerly occupied by the Harold Hardcnburghi?, owned by A. L. Long. Mrs. Ted Thompson and her aughter Anita were at Eagle irove last week, visiting relatives ind friends. The Thompsons formerly lived there. Joseph Elbert Jr., Dolores El- )ert, Violet Norman, Harry Hull Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Elbert spent last week Sunday at Inter- 'aken, near Fairmont. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Frankl, of Boston, are visiting the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. U. B. Prankl, Irvington. Bernard is in :he insurance business. Peter Schinltz, Storm Lake, is visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. McMahon, while his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schmitz, are traveling in Canada. hrtroom. A few wrote for the ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Schoby, south of town. She returned Tuesday to her home at Ellsworth. -Mr. and Mrs. Bert Furness, of Sheffield, spent Sunday at the home of their daughter, Mrs. R. H. Guderian. Their son Richard accompanied the Farnesses to spend a few days with Hie Guderians. Lenora, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Hagg, was at Humboldt a few days last week visiting LaVonne Prew, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Prew. Mr. Hagg is employed at Norton's Machine shop. »r. and Mrs. Karl R. Hoffman will leave Friday for a ten-day vacation in northern Minnesota. J. A. Freeh. From here they went to St. Cloud, Minn. Wernert and Christine, Carrie, and to visit at Mr. Clark's brother Will*' Catherine Wernert, second cousins lam's, and from there were to go' of the Houses. Mr. House is assist- to Ortonvllle, Minn., to visit their | i ant paymaster for the Bethlehem daughter Juanita and Mr. and Mrs.' I Charles Arnold, before returning Mr. and Mrs. Ira Iversen, Clin- to their home at Marsh Field., Ore., ton, left Wednesday evening, after, where Mr. Clark is a custom's in- a jweek here with Mrs. Iverseh's specter. Mr. Arnold is Mrs. Clark's . parents, Mr .and . Mrs. August uncle. HUenhold. The two daughters/ Betty and Mary, stayed for the rest Corwith Boy's of the summer with the Huen-!' . . ,. . . ,. — . Injured by Staple Present this ad July 5th Wed. and skate for 21c JULY 4 AND 5 GEO. O^BBIEN —in— "BACKETEEBS OF THE BANGE" "MUSICAL MOUNTAIN- EBBS" , and , "WABDBOBE GIBL" THUBS. THBU SATUBDAY JULY 6-8 holds. Mr. Iversen is in railroad I employ. I Bob La Barre, night clerk at the j Corwith, July 3—Dale, 10-year- Vfhitney hotel, Atlantic, arrived old son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wednesday for a few days with his ! Johnson, living west of Corwith, parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. La' received a serious eye injury last Barre, and at the La Barre cottage week when he was helping ' his at Clear Lake. He suffered a fall \ father build fence. Dale was Atlantic in which an ankle was • pounding a staple in a post, an,d it njured, and he was on crutches a glanced back, striking him in the Doctor Hoffman's sister and her husband, Dr. and Mrs. L. C. 0'- Toole LeMars, will go with them.' 1 Mrs. Arthur Crowell, Rockford, 111., with her daughter Virginia, were over Friday night guests at C. B. Murtagh's. Mrs. 'Crowell, ] a third cousin of Mrs. Murtagh, came to look after land interests in Kossuth. ~ Charles Lund, attending Drake university, Des Moines, spent last week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lund, and also visited at Ceylon. Minn., where he formerly worked. He is studying pharmacy. Owen Mathes arrived Wednesday !iw days. Helen Chubb, Maxine Larson, fet time, but most wrote to raise (neral averages or renew certifi- Writing were: ..... Geisking, Kathryn Schram fcrriet E. Schram, Annabelle J Titonka; Fae yan. Bus k, Jessie Van Buskirk, Ottosen [ola Hutchlnson, Eileen C. "Walsh me Rock; Matilda Wagner, Mar bla Fandel, Whittemore; Lillian [Brones, Swea City; Fern E. ich, Lucille Calhoun, Helen |ry Erikson, and Mrs, Floyd;Cla- iiigh, Algona. Catherine Rabe, Maxine Marian ItCarthy, Bancroft; Virgie, Hard- jpf, Lu Verne; Mildred Oswald", eauor A. Yahnke, Elniore, Minn'.; pJeanette Gabel, Ledyard; Lois pxine Cody, Fenton; Evelyn G. inson, Wesley; Anita Van Steen- Mabeline L. Miller, and Itherino C. Wolf, Burt. ongs Back from 5100-Mile Jaunt to San Francisco [Mr, and Mrs. A. L. Long got line last week Monday night from [trip West. They were gone 16 and covered 5100 They took their eye, cutting the eyehall. He was taken to a Mason City hospital, and Mrs. Peter Chulbb, are leaving ' where he was kept for five days, today (Tuesday) for the week at He Is now at his home, Where he is Lake Egralharve, on the West Ok- being cared for by his mother. The Kobojis. The former is stenographer for Joel Herbst and H. B. White, and the latter is stenographer at the Chamber of Commerce office. Phyllis Good, who is taking a vacation this week from the S-& L store, left Sunday for Albion to visit her father, B. P. Benson, till (oday, when she is • leaving for St. Charles, Minn., for the rest of the week with her sister, Mrs. Wayne Bradfield. William Dooley, oh West Bend, pries Middlekauff, back to Los Tigeles, after he had made a sev- aj months' visit here. r. Long reports the roads good. and Mrs. Long took, turns at [lying and sight-seeing. Crops ~ted good; even the sagebrush i green. . ...••. [The couple attended the world's F at San Francisco, visited the pcler park, and saw relatives at le, besides ; visiting their wer, Mrs, Middlekauff. The her was too cool while they in California. [we* City'Seeks Generating Plant a City, July 3—Acting upon •report that the Interstate Pow- lo. may be contemplating, con- I uctlon of a generating plant In ™ K area, a committee from the : club met with' the council week Tuesday night to dis- „', Procedure for securing such a |«u,-An offer of ~ " • J Dr. and Mrs. S. W. Meyer, with their sons Wayne and Jon, left Sunday for Minneapolis, where they are visiting relatives and friends over the Fourth. 3fr. and Mrs. Harold Johnson were at Emmetsburg Sunday, visiting the former's parents, Mr.- and Mrs. Duncan Johnson. Harold is employed at the Klassie garage. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Hutzell, with their sons, went to Earlham and Perry Sunday for visits over the Fourth with relatives. Mr. Hutzell is in McCormick-Deering employ. Mrs. Elizabeth Mungan, Minneapolis, with her son Harry, was a week-end guest of her daughter, Mrs. M. C. McMahon. Her son' John came for her on the Fourth. Einmett Martin left Monday for his home in Emmetsburg. He had been working at the McCullough Funeral Home till Bob came home for the summer to help his father. Mr. and Mrs. Hugo And.er'son, of Omaha, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jacob. Mrs. Anderson is a sister of Mr. Jacob, and Mr. Anderson is in Hormel employ. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hill, Miami, Fla., and Mrs. T. J. Hill, of Fort Dodge, were guests Wednesday at Hugh Colwell's. Mr. Hill and Mrs. Colwell are children of Mrs. T. J. Hill. Judge and Mrs. G. W. Stillman, i gone 16 W ith the daughters Ann and Mar- miles by cia, left Saturday for a month's grandson, vacation at Manhattan Beach, the Okobojls. They have a rented cottage. for a few days with Harry Hull Jr. l^is.,. arrived Saturday night for a and other Algona friends. His par- Dorothy Ward left Sunday for Iowa City, where she will spend the remainder of the summer at work in the universty registrar's ffice. She will -be a junior next ear. Helen Erlckson,. attending 'sutn- ner school at Cedar !%lls, came Friday for a few days with her arents, Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Erick- will return after the ents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mathes, ] formerly operated State's cafe here, but now have a cafe at Davenport. Irving Miller, who was graduated this year from Simpson college, Indianola, was expected home last evening for the summer with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Miller. He majored in business, administration. Mr. and MrsJ" D, H. Goeders, now of Clear Lake, were here Friday to see about moving the household goods and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fal- kenhainer to Clear Lake. Mrs. Fal- kenhainer is the former Jeannette Goeders. Edward Lizznak, Lorraine Wittke, and Mrs. Ofto Wittke, all of Chicaga, left Sunday,'after a week with Mrs. Fred' Jacob and the G. A., E. C., and Albert Wittkopfs. Mrs. Wittke is a sister of Albert Wittkopf. Dr. and Mrs. F. 'E. Sawyer, with their son Floyd, and Dwaine Lighter spent Sunday at the A- J- Marshall cottage, Clear Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Sawyer's daughter Phyllis went over Saturday and will stay till Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. G. Dau, with the two children and Mr. and Mrs, Peter Ehlers. Swea City, spent a few days last week at Ben Sorensen's at Walnut. Mrs. Dau and Mrs. Sorensen are daughters of Mrs. Ehlers. In last weeks paper a story said that Martha Dewel, Muskogee, Oklahoma, would come Sunday for a till today with his parents, County Recorder and Mrs. J. J. Dooley. He came for his wife and baby so;i Michael, who had been here five weeks. William is an en- extent of the damage to his eyesight has not been determined; This injury adds one more to the long, list of sickness, broken arms, and other accidents and injuries that has come to the Johnson family the past two years. Washington Ignores Irvington Protests Irvington, June 26 — Mrs. Beda Watson, postmistress, -has received an order connecting the Irvington mail route with Lu Verne. This route' is to be discontinued July 1. The change has taken place against the will of every patron of the Irvington route. Two petitions THE GALBRAITH STORE under new management, wil continue to handle a gooc clean standard line of gro eries, etc., at reasonabl rices, and extends an invi ation to all former custom rs to 'visit us, as well a lany new ones. • MAKE US A VISIT « BRING US YOUR EGGS Chubb Guderian Jasoline Service, Motor Oil gineer for the Picks Mfg. Co., i against it signed 100 per cent by which manufactures automobile! {he patrons were sent to Washing- parts, ton, but were denied. Some pa- Mrs. Irving Urch, West Concord, trons are now planning to ren visit with her Thorpe. Her aunt plans Mrs. B. A. have been site, and suspension of los for a period of years, are tne measures being consid- «mi n ,, Inte rstate's offices at ™«W8 and Chicago will prah'ab- ° e "Pntacted by local sponsors. 23 to is girl s ' Pet(fr „ , There are and 23 girig. The POI- "ave seven children, HOSPITALS GENERAL Tom Becker, Leonard l -%. Kate on* She fourth. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Nelson, Britt, vere guests Wednesday at H. C. Anderson's. Mrs. Nelson and Mrs. Anderson are sisters, and Mr. Nelion operates a cream and poultry station. . Mr. »nd Mrs. B. A. Thorpe, with heir daughter Jean and Marjorie Dewel, went to Maxwell Saturday 'or a couple of days with the Geo. 5. Coles. Mrs, Cole is a sister of Mrs. Thorpe. Ktty Grove, new beauty operator at Morrison's beauty shop, spent he week-end with friends at Emmet&burg. Her home is at Rolfe, and she started work here two W Mr? and Mrs. Roy Witham, Mason City, with their children, were Saturday evening guests of Roy s mother, Mrs. Hattie Witham. Roy .6 employed: with the International Harvester Co. , Eleanor and Louise Funk, oi Waterloo, came Thursday '«»';. a week with their .grandmother, Mrs. Elizabeth Funk. They are daughters of Mr.,and Mrs. Lewis Funk, former Algonians. . Mr, and Mrs, Drennan Mathes, Cedar RaPids, >ere Thursday guests of the latter's parents, M»and Mrs. WHHam Shackelford and Mrs. Mathes remained for a furtn-> changed, and she will instead go to California. » Mabel Cratty, Minneapolis, has brought her mother, Mrs. R. I Cratty, home, the latter having spent three weeks there' with two sisters. • Miss Cratty went back Friday, after a short visit with hei sister, Mrs.. C. B. Murtagh. Max Miller Jr. spent fron Wednesday till yesterday at Cor nell college, Mt. Vernon, and will friends at Moline, 111. He will b< a senior at.the college next year and he made plans for work dur ing the year while he was there. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Craig ar er visit till Sunday. BHW • • . Hollywood, who is visiting here, and Mrs. Mar- erite Kenef ick ^ccompaiiied Mrs, fo Elbert to the Okahojls Saturday for over the Fourth at tne "5P5P1& J«b, AiSn, OWP, W ^ «U. were swats owr « of the A. J." Bason* Mr. veer, a Brother oi Mrs. Eason, OD- parents of a son, born last wee! Monday at the General hospital weight seven pounds. There is one other child, a daughter. Mrs. Craij is the former Janet Hertig, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Hertig. 3Irs. Myrtle Vlnlng, with he daughter Harriet Frances, Mrs Hattie Witham, and Mr. and Mrs Howard Witham, visited Mr. an< Mrs. Leo Ramus near Swea Cit Sunday. Mr. Ramus is employe with the John McGuire construe tion crew. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. DeLano hav •bought an oil .tank for a new Chev rolet truck they recently purchas ed The D-X branch here now ha two trucks, one dr.iven by Mr. De Lano the other by Arthur Jensei Mr. Jensen formerly sold Whit Rose products. , , , Prudence Morrison, Des Moinei as a guest of Marian McGuir Wednesday and Thursday, MM Morrison is a daughter of Mr. a» Mrs. E. R. Morrison, and she live here when her Satber was count agent. MWlw «• * daughter of MI apd Mrs. John T. McGuire. Young Warren, son of Mr. an Mrs. Merle Griggs, who broke h right leg some weeks ago, Is oj of bed. Although not able to wa yet, be gets around fast enough leep the family busy vatcWng see that he doesn't stand 1{P the leg IB aWe to bear We w iMinn., with her children, Albert and Joan, and Mrs. J. A. Johnson, Rich Point, were last week Tuesday evening supper guests at J. A. irayer's.' Mrs. Urch spent • last eek with her parents, Mr. and rs. Johnson. Mr. Urch, now a inner, formerly was ••butcher/at ong's grocery. The C. B. Murtaghs, accompan- ed by Mabel Cratty, Minneapolis, ere guests Thursday of Mr. and Jrs. Theo Hutchison at Manhat- an Beach, on West Okoboji.. The ccasion was the 35th wedding an- iversary of Mr. and Mrs. Mur- agh, who were honored at 6:30 inner .at the Miller Beach hotel. Irs. Hutchison is a daughter. "Bill" and Ruth Turner, Irvin lalueg, and Luella Strayei- drove o West Concord, Minn., last week unday to bring down Mrs. Irving Urch and her two Children for the week with Mrs. Urch's parents, ilr. and Mrs. J. A. Johnson, Rich 'oint. The Algonians called on Jsther Schmiel, R. N. at a Roch- ster hospital. . Mr. and Mrs. Francis Lonergan, ichaller, are expected here for the i'ourth with Mr. and Mrs. E. Ji Zender. Mrs. Lonergan and Mrs. lender are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Lonergan, who have a drag store at Schaljer, recently won a Rexall selling contest which entitles hem to a trip to the World's fair at San Francisco, the latter part of July. Mr .and Mrs. Donald Grettie, of Ihicago, with their two sons, will o home the latter part of the week, after a visit here with Mrs. Grettie's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Vohs. Mrs. Grettie and the ihildren have .been here a couple months and Mr. Grettie, who is a research chemist for, Swift's, has been here two weeks. The two families spent Sunday at Lost Island. Snpt. and Mrs. Wm. Shirley left Sunday morning on a two week's vacation. They will 'visit their son John, professor of English in the Michigan State college, Lansing, Mich., thence to the World's, fair, New York City, and on to Washington, D. C, to visit their daughter, Mrs. H. J. Winslow. Mr. Winslow is in government employ there. Mrs. Helen Dickinson is taking care of the office while* the boxes at the postoffice rather than change addresses. Wesleyans Appear on Radio Program Wesley, June 26—L. L., Lease eighth district community servic chairman, spoke via KGC.O Thurs day night on a weekly Legio hour. He told of service work don by the Legion. Lavon Gerdes, vio linist, Mary Ellen Bottom, pianis and a violin quartet composed o Lavon an,d Sylvia Ann Gerdes, Jea Bottom, and Robert Diekmann fur nished .music. CAMPAIGN IN CLASSIFIED!—W can supply advertisers with com plete campaigns on any line o merchandise or service. Ask abou this unusual service. — Advanc Pub. Co. , 20 1 * itl1 - three 'we^l y . atten . F.wJlnjOT*, of BINDER TWINE Standard $3.38, 50-lb. dales Coatt-toCoaft Store CATTLE FLY SPRAY Killer 59c Gallon In your, container. Coast-to-Goast Store CALL SUNDAY, JULY 9 i AND 4 DAYS 7j 2—Great Attractions—2 10—Grand Stars—10 MAY BOBSON jj ADOLPH MENJOU * ANDY DEVINE || Plus \ GflVnOR fflflRCU AST4R IS BORK IN rttnNicoiot Second Feature . When crime calls a doctor! They take the rap and he takes the haul! WED., THURS., JULY 5-6 Serial Daredevils of Red Circle Second Feature DOROTHY PAGE —in— "SINGING COW GIRL" From J. 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