The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 29, 1934 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 29, 1934
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MRS. KOLLASCH, WlfflTEMORE, LAID TO REST Had Been Kossuth Residents flince 1902; Was 73 Years of Age -<-MV«* UUU DCGt of November. - bor nAugust 6 -- county near Lenore Sne Scent h»r enrlv life 1924. Those -v- Slmon ^bert - Charles P.. John P. Elbert, Mrs. Andrew La or Whittcmore nols °" from nil. farm one-half tiViMie 8 * *{? town-"Here "they Uvedun- tll 1925. when they retired and awed . *o town. « er » l «* were held Saturday ftt 9:30 from St. . and Prank Kollasch. all 2L2 blt *?»!»«' Alb «t KollascVof Ban- Vo , K A of Lenore - "Una* rela *lves and friends to urf W .? ere "«"• Peter and son. carl. Mrs. Anthony Vo- Scotties GUARANTEED MINERAL CRY8TAU3 From Mineral Wells, Texas. $1.50 value for $l~Why Pay More? Lusby's Drug Store fThe Algona Upper Pes Moinea, Algppa, Iowa, March 29,1934 gel and William Seflimldt of ^^.-, HI.: Mr. and Mrs. John Sate. 8r» Mr. and MM. John Bate. Jr.. and baby of Staeyville. Iowa: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kaschmitter. and family of Sheldon; Mr. and Mrs. John Laubenthal, WeBJey, Dr. and Mrs. A .J. Laubenthal. firametsburg: P. w. Dahltoauser. and Carl Dahlhattser of Algona: Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kollasch, Charles Kollasch, son AJhert. Edna McDonald. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Deiter-ing ot Bancroft: Henry Kpllasch. Mrs. Koftler. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Krunxm of Swea City: and Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Kollasch of St. Benedict. Entertain for Son Robert Braats entertained at a dinner Sunday In honor of his son, who was confirmed. The visitors were: Mr. ttnd 1 £ r i.J Erwm Braat* and Ralph of r«- E Si h< HW*«* Braatt. Mapleton. Minn., Edna Braate and Thehna Plttz. of Mankato. Minn.. Mr. and Mrs. puts sons Art and Martin of Minnesota Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Staufler and family of Minnesota Lake: and Mr. and lira. Louis Braatz of Whittemore. Mrs. Alice Cadry has been sick the past week with tonsilltis Dr. and Mrs. J. W. McCreery were in Fonda Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. P. McCreery. Mrs. John Butler Is spending the week visiting her son. E. J. Butler and family at Algona. -William Fandel and Father Veit took Father Fandel to his new assignment at Remsen Friday. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Hayes and son -Ackle spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs Will Duffy at Emmetsburg. John Mosbach and Harold McDonnell went to Iowa City Saturday to spend the week end visiting friends. Ed Maahs has Installed a new mod- cr ? .K2 ulDoed . Bu S*«« incubator. He et the machine the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Weydert. Simon Veber. ST., went to New Rlchland. Minn.. Saturday to visit the Chris W«b- r* and Mike Weydert. Mrs. Lewis Reding and daughter. Rose Ann. and Mrs. H. M. Smith of ilgona visited Mrs. M. K. Cullen on Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. James Oeelan and son. wuny. were In Fort Dodge Sunday WttaK Mrs, .Cfcelanto mother. Mrs. '. J. SchiltB, who is 111. Irene Rooney and famly returned lome Tuesday from Cfemetron. Missouri, where they went to attend the Tuneral of Jerome Rooney. Mrs. Oscar Poirot was in Fort Dodge rriday vlsjt|ng her mother. Mrs. John pules at the Mercy hospital. Mrs. pilles Is getting along nicely. Ella Burke. Patricia Wejr. Susie Ooe- ers and Mrs. Will Higgins called on Mrs. Frank Burke Monday afternoon and spent it with her. it being her irthday. FFNTON AID SOCIETY 33RD BIRTHDAY AT CEREMONIES Charter Members Send Their Greetings; One Early Member Present Fenton: The March dub birthday tea was held in the Methodist church on Friday afternoon. When it was learned that the aid society was organized 33 years ago this soring letters were written to as many of the charter members as was possible to reach, asking for a letter to be read at this meeting Mrs. John Kllngelhofer of Atwater California. Agnes BUsborough of Algona. and Mrs. Henry Newel of Kanawha resunonded. Mrs. H. C. Llndsey was the only charter member present and she oretmred and read a naoer concerning the first Methodist Aid society in Fenton. Other numbers on the program were a vocnl duet bv Mrs. R. O. Ooetsch and Mrs. A. H. Meyers accompanied bv Mrs. o. L. Osborn Two tfano duets by Mrs. C. L. Osborn and Pauline Osborn A humorous Doem read by Mrs. E. A. Welsbrod. The program closed by the group singing "Blest Be the Tie That Binds." The proceeds from the lunch amounted to S12. Knnfeon-Hanrland Bite* Mrs. Lulu Knutson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Plnnestad of this place. waa married to Nils Haugland of hear S?.i lve £., Bt *"? Lutheran parsonage in Esthervllle. Saturday. March 17. by the Rev L. A. Mather. Mr. and Mrs. Silas Knutson of Dolliver attended them. Mr. Haugland is a fanner and they will make their home on a farm near Dol- Ilver. Axe wuenera Entertain Mr and Mrs. Fred McWherter entertained at two five hundred parties last week. On Tuesday evening their guests were: Messrs, and Mesdames Alfred Bruhn. Ed Orelnert. H. D. Stamer. Er- wln Bruhn, Robert Bleckwenn. Arthur Bleckwenn. R. O. Hengel. High scores were won by Mrs. Alfred Bruhn and Ed Qrelnerjt. On Thursday evening this grouo enjoyed the courtesy: Messrs, and Mesdames Ernest Voettlcr. W. R. Wolfe. August Nelson. Kenneth Bollinger. Ernest McCOy, R. O. Hengel «««• Mrs ' J?' T ~ Braniwan and son. William. Mrs. Branagan and Ernest Voettler won high prizes. Seeding Time Almost Here A . 1 t i -. . _ . And why buy and use anything but the best, When it costs no more. You can depend upon Northrup King & Co's. high quality seeds, both held and garden giving you the best of satisfaction. We have a complete stock and can give you the best of service. We also have some fine 105 seed oats at 35c per bushel. Ruby Wheat, per bushel _$156 Marcus Wheat, per bushel.. „ _. . $1.25 Fancy Early Ohio seed potatoes, ___$1.26-$1J50 and remember we carry the most complete stock of Poultry Feeds and Equipment of any feed store in northwestern Iowa. Bed Top Starting Mash, per 100 $2.00 Northrup King Starting Mash, per 100 _ $2.25 Ful-O-Pep Starting Hash, per 100 $2.60 Ames Reliable Starting Mash, per 100 $2.60 No Corn Ohix Feed, per 100 $2.25 Fine Chix Feed, per 100 __ __$2.00 Rolled Oats, per 100 $2.75 Pearl Grit, per 100 ___ $ijjo Ohix size Oyster Shells.. _$1.00 German Peat Moss _ $2.60 and many other articles you will need. We will be open evenings after April 1st, and will do our best to serve you. ALGONA FLOUR & FEED CO. Phone 257 Married Folks Entertained . Jh? young married folks were entertained at a hard time party last S*w Wednesday evening at the Frank McFall home with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Menz and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brown assisting hosts and hostesses C. L. Os',om and Mrs. Ra-v Stoeber were awarcivl prizes for thetr hard t*me costumes. About twenty-Jive attended Class officers were named as follows- R. W. Wolfe, president: H. «r Reedel vice president: Mrs. Clarence Menr secretary and treasurer. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Sandstoe of Rln«r- sted were over night iruests at the 8am Skare home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Newel and Mrs. O. B. Johnson were entertained, at the LeRoy Newel home at Hartley. Sunday. Arthur Kueckor. student at Amns Agricultural College. si>ent a few days vacation at the parental Fr-e<S Kuecker home. Mrs. J. T. Snyder was hostess to the Hook and Needle club last ^wreek Wednesday. Mrs. E. A. Weistorod was a club guest. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Wallace are the parents of a seven an<l one-half pound girl born at Detroit. Michigan. She was named Maren Gay. David Mueller and Virjrtni-a Mueller of Cedar Falls visited last week on Tuesday at the home of thetr brother. Dr. j. A. Mueller and fasrrfJv. uShSL/F? 10 *.. *"! Junlor cnotrs of the Methodist church, consisting of 3O 52i£;?M WU L we ^^ *F e cantata. "Redemption Song," Easter 6uxt<3av. •s- **• H. FJgler and sorts. i»au _.— Derwood. Elsie Kohlwes and Virginia Huskamp drove to Ortewold las Sunday where Derwood accented a tJon in the Rexall drmr store. Mrs. F. H. Bohn and dauorhterr. lutu-y nn. accompanied the former's sister Susan Ooeders and friend. Henry __.. t*r- to the Nick Ooeders home at cylinder Sunday to soend the day! Clarence and Bernice Neznltx enter- »**hed at a flve hundred oartv Saturday night. Berflia Ruhnke and Louise -""*"" barth won high prises andl^ Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lee. Mr. and Mrs Herman Neltzel and family gave Mr and Mrs. J. O. I-senberger a surmise on Wednesday evening l n honor of their 23rd wedding •anniversary. Refreshments were served bv the girls. The following officers were elected on Sunday at the Presbyterian Sunday School: superintendent. Gardner Patterson: assistant. Mrs. J. W. Dorrance- treasurer. F. K. Rubey; secretary. Miss Marie Orover: librarian. Miss Viola Riddle. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Perish and two children and Willard Stow came up from Newton, towa. Saturday to visit »t; the J. P. Stow home. Mr. Perish and Wlllard returned to Newton Sunday and Mrs. Perish and the children remained for a week's visit. Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Oiddings. Mrs. Fred RJngsdorf drove to Wesley on Sunday to visit their father W P Oiddings Mrs. R. L. Cogdlll and" little granddaughter. Ramona Smith accompanied them and visited her sister. Mrs. Charles Loebtg. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Orover and son. Harold, drove to Milwaukee Saturday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Veraid Smith. Mrs »K »t, Bnd 4? e 2 hlldre «» returned home with them Tuesday for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Owen and Hiram Ward staved at the Drover home while they were away. UNION NEWS Lone Rock Wowrn Name Club Officers For Ensuing? Year Lone Rock: The Ladles Mite .-society met at the home of Mrs. Alex fCrueger on Thursday afternoon. Officers of the coming year were elected as follows- president. Mrs. Lawrence Dittrrrer- vice president. Mrs. Wm. Ohristensen : secretary. Mrs. Arthur Frie*>e: tretasurrr. Mrs. LllHe Thompson; nianist Mrs, P. M. Chrlstensen. Aft«r the business meeting a son«t was sunar by ivtararnrct and Bernice Roderick accomtvanied at the piano by Ersel Blanchard. The next meetine yrlll be at the home of Mrs. Harrv Hobson. 16. cnud. both boys. He was second Mrs- » W '. °- 8tam er ,«v° 2* M * n ** »t » aulltln week Tuesday afternoon. TTnev were Mesdames F. H. Bohn, H. E. »eimers. Oliver Stoeber accomoanied by r>r *v (W ' Meve f drore to Des »«oines. on" SSft* ,,? le , f f ormer> * Bather, w. E. . submitted to a major ,. bv bus oected home In a few days. JStae te ex CALL THEATRE April 1-14 Algona, Iowa BANK NIGHT EVERT TUESDAY! DUH.-Jn.On., 1-2 Technicolor Muriical — "Business is a Pleasure" Baxter Greeting New News Musical Extravaganza. "Plane crazy" Gorgeous girls. MAY ROBSOW (Lady for ft Day) JEAN PARKER (Beth of Little Women) "VOU CANT BUY EVERYTHING" Tuesday, Aprils Plan for th« Family BANK DEPOSIT NIGHT GEO. O'BRIEN "rBONTIEK ULAKSHALL" One of the best outdoor pictures this season. LEON ERROL (Great Stage Comedian) -AUTOBIOGRAPHY" 20 minutes of fun Junior Vitaphone Comedy Feature Wed.-Thurs., April 4-5 Outstanding Entertainment FREDERIC MARCH EVELYN VENABLK SIR GUY STANDING KENT TAYLOR "DEATH TAKES A HOLIDAY" While he lives no one dlea. see it cure Fri.-Bat., April 6-7 Big Three Hour Show—Double Feature 3 days Frank Back* "WILD CARGO" Great W1W Animal Picture and BARBARA STANWYCK "GAMBLING IADY" Saturday matinee at 3:30. 8-9 JOHM BOLES ____ SPgNOKB TRACT PAT PATTKRSON "BOTTOMS UP" Smart oooedy and production plut, Produced by De Byivla who made "Sunny aide Pp." Burt Musicians Entered in State Contests at Ames Burt: Burt's Mah school orchestra won excellent ti\ the contest and the boys' eke club also won excellent. The following four RTOUM will BO to Ames to enter the contest, ttiria 1 nice club and the mixed chorus won suoerlor. Dorothv Brooke won excellent In a violin solo •nd Joe Graham won excellent in a vocal solo. «—.-. Franklin U workin* for Elite Merwyn Cunningham la working for Mr. McChane. O. B. CAUoman purchased a new hearse last week. _KMt«r wrvlces will be held at the Presbyterian church Sundar. l ^! M 4£*T rare i IU8h tt «»«»ttn«t at the -"'- Trainer honw thi« weet. Mrs. Roccoe niif of Webster City haa been vlsltingt her alster. Mrs. J. H. Ora. ham. Iner Morneaa came uo from Cedar Raoida to spend the week end with his oarents. Mrs. Carl CarUon called on Mrs. Orace Watkina at the W. H. Smith home Sunday. The annual congregational meeting will Ibe held at the Presbyterian church Aonril Oth. The Birthday Circle will meet at the home of Mrs. Ida. Anderson Thursday afternoon. W. H. Smith and Harold were dlp- TueBday. * 10 BANK pgroarr NIGHT BOTH CHATTKRTON -JOOTWAl OF A CSUMX" Musical World Journey Spaniab ft m «r*ra oomady. "Wrong. Wroog Trail" Wed. Thura. Fri April 1143-13 MAMMOTH "STAND UP AND OBBBK" IjOOO Playera, Warner Baxter. John Bofe*. Sylvia Proa*. Aun Uemima, 6t«pin ratcbit. Top Soog. -«**• Out ofth» ««d w B*turday, April U Whether you prefer the saucy charm of a Breton sailor— the streamline smartness of the new shallow-crown hats— the casual air of a windblown beret or the new fedora types . . . whatever style among Spring's favorite modes best expresses YOU ia sure to be included in our exciting new collection. Never, have the new hats seemed quite so wearable and becoming ... we urge you to come in and try them on. And our prices are so reasonable that they'll prove a welcome revelation in economy. The Elite Mrs. C. W. Patterson entex-t&ined a number of ladies at bridsre at *»er home Friday afternoon. Mn>1 ,^V. ^ Brace received the sad news of ihe death of her brother iS Chicago last week. ot . Charles Coffin has been at Xo oer?5 0t n 1 on el ni. W nose. ne Miss Bunia Duckmanton of aunt Cltv contest at Brltt Saturday. Clark Coffin began drillirwr a. well on the farm occupied by J. J. Johns a toaar mile west of town Monday. JSi/'mP- ClauswWle went to Cedar , Mr «?d Mrs. Oliy«r Orafaam and family of Fenton aoent 8unda.v evening here at the Wm. Boettcbez- toome. Mrs. WE. McDonald «s>ezat XTrldsy and Saturday here with hex- mother Mrs. Aurllla Coffin, who lias been ill! Mr. and Mrs. Ted XUzuEsdorf and three daughters spent Sun<la.v at the home of Mrs. Myrtle Rlntrsdozf at Bancroft. Mrs. D. L. McDonald. BCrs. "W. A. Mo- Arthur and Mrs. W. T. Ptetens drove to "" "-""- Tuesday where tiiev eoent Mr. and Mrs. Art Ixiason drove to Schmidt and ***»- ott <> Herman Baker of Pine City. Minnesota. vlilted friends here last Week The Baker family lived here until threS year* ago. Dean ClaDSaddle ia home from Cedar R*Dlds to soend lua Easter vacation Vera Knecht. east of Atgona. spent he week end with Martha and Alice infill. Prank , Hoflus has her baby ^ln C S?lT ** U8ual " Shc "ports 950 little ones. 11 !' son of Mr - and Mrs. h -«b«nt from school with a high fever. He attends district No 8 Ja( *,£J!5 son » °* Havelock and 611 Didricksen family of Britt soent Sunday at the Ben Gould home Hry * hlul tne misfortune a wall of hot wash Mrs. Viola Collinson. of Elmore. Minn was a caller af the Ben Gould home last Saturday and visited relatives in Al- gcna before returning home Leo Barley Is assisting with the farm work at the Alfred Schenck home during Milton Pierce's forced vacation on account of an injured Hnger. Kathryn and Lucille Bode accompanied their aunt. Miss Esther Lamuth to Fort Dodge last Saturday afternoon and remained for a few days visit at ;he Wm. Ryno home. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gould entertained lelr neighbors at a card nartv Moray night of this week. There were six tables of five hundred. The evening •was corrmleted with a delightful lunch. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Taylor entertained their neighbors at seven tables of 500 a week ago Friday night. Jacob Winkle won the high score and Harry Ward the travel orize. A delicious lunch was served bv the host and hostess. School in District No. 4 was dtemiM- .•<i Monday evening for the remainder of the week. Some of the children were ailing and as a oreventative measure ,heir vacation was taken thta week in- .tead of next week as was scheduled. John cotron of Emmetst>ujr* visited at the Fred Genrlch ruyrrre Sunday. Chrtetian Endeavor met at the home of Harry Hobson Sunday evening. Ernest Kruerser and daughter. Ruth of Burt. vi«dted at the Charles Morris hcme Sunday. The Mothers club will meet nt the home of Mrs. E. R*. Jensen next Wfd- nesdav afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. John Kinlavson of Bufalo Center were Sunday visitors at the Rev. S. M. Gladstone home. Mrs. Fred Werener and son. Date, .nd daughter. Juanita. visited nt the Sam Warn?r home in IPenton !"*riday. Mr. and Mrs. P. NT. Christensen and aughter. Marietta, visited at the Albert Kruetrcr home at Fairmont Sunday. », l^ e r^, nual cnurcr L meetinor will l>e held Friday evenltur at eisrht o'clock. Each family is to brina: a cake or sandwiches. .. T* 1 * Busy Friday club will meet at the home of Mrs. H. J. I*riee *"*riaay afternoon Mrs. L. R. Roderick will be assisting hostess. 41.? 110 f °»9wln«<f are in with, the flu thia week: Frederick Sohultz. Ftov Ixse- Der. James Rath. Mervin Rahn and Mrs. Jim Ackerman. Frank Macumber drove to :F*ort 'Dodge Saturday to take his daughter. T^orothy back to resume her colleve work after a few days' vacation. Mr. and Mrs. F-red Flats- ana family, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sorank w«re Sunday dinner Ruesta at the Tra. New- brouuh home at. Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ackerman and Mr. and Mrs. Ftalnh Friebe drove to For?st City Saturday, where Mr. A,cker- man had 21 teeth extracted. Joseph Skow of Wesley and. oresideni of the Kossuth County Youn« F'eoole's Christian Endeavor, was a Sunday dln- »»»C8»ce3ececai«cKac8»c8C8cec^^ Building: & Loan Shares J?ay Grood Returns on your Investment Let Us Tell Von More AJ>out It Algona Building So Loan Association C. R. LaJBarre, Sec*y--TVeas. ner guest at the Prank Dacken home-Mr, and Mrs. Knude Thortisen and) Prod Thomson of Hlngsted and Mr an*f Mrs. Jay Oodden of Seneca were Sunday visitors at the Andrrw Thomsen home. Mrs. E. M. Jensen. Mrs. W. J. Ctotton and Mrs. Rov Jensen were sruests at a. club that Mrs. A. H. Hennlngsen enter- taJnrd at Jrer home in Oraettlnger lajdt Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Whltehill of Burt and Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Whltfhlll were dinner ritests at the J. M. Blanchardl home last Wednesday honorin" Mr. andl Mrs. Blanchard's 34th wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Rov Jensen entertained! Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Krueger. Mr. and) Mrs. iff. J. Cotton and Mr. and Mr* E. M. Jensen nt a bridge oarty Saturday evenine Mrs. A. A. Knieger and 1 S> T Je , n ? en ' won hleh wizea and Mrs. W. J. Cotton, cut orlze. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wegencr and family. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Thomnson and! family. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kueck. Mrj*. Charles JTridenwTlh' and granddaughters, Elnora and Emily Hfidenwith at- ended a birthday dinner at the Arthur Heidenwith home nt Whlttemore: Sunday, eriven In honor of Mr. Held- "•nwith's birthday. Mrs. Fred Oenrich and Esth*-- Ood- den drove to Ames last Wednesday to get Mavnard Oenrlch and Vera Morris, who are studrnta at Ames. They r^ime home for a few days' visiting at. heir parental homes. Marietta Chrls- -ensen. who has been at Webster City .he oast few weeks, accomoanled then* home last 'Wednesday. ? Easter Accessories FOR THE PARTICULAR MA.N Here they are, rrfcn! The shifts, the sox, the ties, the handkerchiefs, the hata/the ploves you want for Easter. They're all A-1'quulity, styled as you like them styleft, j)riced as you like them, priced. Take a look . . . compare . . . then try not to buy! SHIRTTS NECKTIES Broadcloth shirts in Beautiful spring put- white, blue, stripes and terns—silks—in stripes, patterns. plain colors and all-over 1.00 to 1.95 dcsi * nfl - 50c l.OO Mr. and Mrs R. w. Laden dorr ot AJ ona spent Sunday at the W. A. leader*: h?J£ «??if- **["• W A - La*4er»dorf hi been ill the oast week. Phetos. who la attendina: Iwlorn- College. arrived rio-me Tuesday HOSE Our regular quality host; marked specially for this event. We have your size, black or patterned. 25c and 50c HATS Regular $5 hats- briins, homburg:s your size. A great lue. 1.95 to 6.OO •va- Zender & Caldweil CLOTHING AND SHOES tirove Mr. and Mrs. Uovd **» o Algona Sunday eveninte niece of Mrs. Bartlett mho «• the week at the Bartlett riotne The Auxiliary ladies wiU meet at the home of Mrs. Wm. Boettoher l?£iclav afternoon to sew. Thev will &Zso .have a limes Droifnun * l four-trur-tv from The Aid society ladies are servlru? an aster dinner at the ciitircii dininsz oom !Wdav at noon. — «"«* Mr. and Mra. c. K. McDorxalti vE& V andK 8" n d»v Here «.t the O. - McDonald home. Mr. and AdCrs. John McDonald also spent the w««?fe end at the McDonald home. Geonre Graham returned to Atlantic. Iowa, after spending several d*y« with h^m WU 1? t5 0 &r -J* nd Mr «- Cieo«ee Granam. He has been at Atlantic since last coring In a OOC camo. A »lay. "The Last Churcta" will be given at the Methodist cfeurcia. Sucuiav evening. No admission will be cEarsTcd •n offeriaar will be taken for tt*e bene-' nt of the Home Miuionary society. Mr. and Mr* J. H. Ba»terly of Manicoba. Canada, are vUitlnc a£ t^txe Dr. TUT. T. Peter* home. Mr. and »**». Easterly and Dr. W. T. Peter* auad. family were dinner attests at tne W. J. Bourne Jim ChrlRensen reoentlv -ruirrrianorl the O. P. M^Oonald hnnar on • to now home -• *»<WM* M*p «MI%PVV ^*^»"^ Mr*. Hollis Trainer. *»*«= ^«zn>- faouly will move lotto cheir new KWher Bardo ajad LOM viftted with 8«£ Hodon rout* from Rockfoxd. and -„--T,- §iur MU «aexMt » week afi« Bardo'c i PAINTING "Clean-All" to clean yoiu walla and woodwork. Botsford Lumber Co. Phone 256 Jfen Pool, Mgr The Next Best Thing to Owning a Zender & Caldweil Spring Suit is Trying It on You'll never #et the thrill out of a Hpriii# - s| iJt here in the store that you will when you jret it home. And while we can't iiuu- giiif any iimn not heing able to afford our reasonable prices ... if we'iv wnnij^ . . . listen: If you aiv absolutely sure you can't afford to actually own one or' these fine new suits ... at least you eau try it on . . . own it foi- five minutes . . . and that's better than not at all. f'ome in. $17.50 to $35 Zender & Caldweil Algona •••••^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^M "WHlTGET UP NIGHTS?~ 2Sc TEST If It Fails *e this bladder laxative. Drive out the unounues. and excess acids which cause tixe irritation that you up "-* a retrular 25 cent box of SUBLETS e from, buchu leaves, juniper oil etc. After four days test, if not satis- fled, go book and get your 25c. They work ou tiie bladder similar to castor oii on the bowels. Bidder irregularity in nature's danger signal and may warn you of trouble. You are bound to feel better after this cleaacias and you get our retrular sleep. B- W. Luafejr, Druggitit. Aig^na *r«< ft J. Oezitoa. Druggist, Titooka, aav Buk- et* i* •> be*t seller. ^^

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