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The Algona Upper Dea Moines, Algona, Iowa, April 6,1934 LONE ROCK P. T. A. HELD ANNUAL ELECTION; JENSEN REELEI Mrs. W. J. Cotton, Mrs. Eu gene Hoflus Are the Others Named Lone Rock: The March P. T. A. meeting was held Thursday evening and the following officers were nominated president, E. M. Jensen, who has been president the past year; vice president Mrs. W. J. Cotton; secretary, Mrs. Eugene Hoflus. After the business meeting, games were played and enjoyed by All. Home for Easter Beulah Gladstone returned to Cedar Rapids Sunday to resume her college work after two weeks of vacation. Other students who spent Easter at their parental homes w«re: Maynard Genrioh and Vera Morris of Iowa State College at Ames; Esther Nelson and Irene Rollins of Ames, friends of Vera, who accompanied her home for the week end visit at the parental Chas. Morris home; Donald Blanchard, student at Cedar Palls, at the parental J. M. Blanchard home. Everine Cherland returned home from Iowa City recently. Superintendent and Mrs. L. E. Godfrey spent the week end at Truesdale. Bible study was held at the home of Rev. 8. M. Gladstone last Wednesday evening. Marietta Christensen went to Des Moines Sunday where she will consult an eye specialist. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Thomsen visited at the Herman Ma risen home at Ringsted Sunday. Hugo Worthington. who is in a camp at Mllford, visited his mother. Mrs. Lil- lle Worthington. Sunday. Harold Angus returned home from Chicago Monday, where he has been visiting relatives for a few days. Donald, little son of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Jensen, who has been suffering with ear trouble, Is much improved. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Krueger drove to Humboldt last Monday evening, where Mr. Krueger attended a coal code meeting. The senior cla?s have chosen their class play. "Finger Prints", which will presented on a date to be announced later. Mrs. Lillte Worthnlgton who spent the past week visiting her son, Enos and family at Estherville, returned home on Sunday. The Eugene Hoflus family and the I. W. Nelson family were Sunday dinner guests at the Floyd Bacon home near Algona. Gertrude Bicrstedt. who teaches school near Amboy, Minn., spent thi week end with her mother, Mrs. William Bierstedt. Sunday dinner guests at the Emll Kraft home were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schultz of Emmetsburg and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kulow and family. Sunday visitors at the E. M. Jensen home were Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Henningsen, Mrs. H. N. Osher and Miss Elizabeth Jensen of Graettinger. Friends and neighbors gathered at the home of Mrs. Wm. Bierstedt on Friday evening for a surprise party, it being her birthday anniversary. Oscar Earing returned home Sunday from Campus. Illinois, where h* has been vt?Hing his sister, Mrs. Frank Parlin and family, the past week. The sewing club met at the home of Mrs. W. O. Flalg last Wednesday. The next meeting will bo next Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Arthur Priebe. Mrs. Catherine Reed and children and a Mr. Williams and the R. L. Padgett ivmily were dinner guests at the Wm. Krause home Sunday, honoring Mr. Krause's 68th birthday. Word was received here Monday of the death of Mrs. Richard Walsh at tier home at Fonda. The Walsh family formerly lived north of Lone Rock and moved to Fonda only a few weeks ago. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rath and their daughter. Mr. and Mrs. R?lph Hulbert and children and Mrs. John Rath and son, Lawrence, were Easter Sunday dinner guests at the Chris Shaser home. Last Wednesday evening the Andrew Thomsen family attended a farewell at he Knud Thomsen home at Ringsted, given for Mr. and Mrs. Fred Thomsen, who moved to Grand Forks, South Dakota. The Friday dub met at the home Mrs. H. J. Rice Friday afternoon. Mrs. L. R. Roderick was assisting host- ss. The next meeting will be at the ome of Mrs. Glenn Sharp. Mrs. Genrich will be assisting hostess. Easter Cantata at Ledyard Pleasing to Large Number Ledyard: On Sunday evening the Ledyard M. E. choir presented an Eas ter cantata "Easter in Song" which was arranged and directed by Mrs. F O. Johnson and was accompanied by Adelaide Randall. The orogram was as follows: Prelude, "In the Twilight,' orchestra; choir, "Jerusalem," soloist James Logan; choir. "There Cometh King," soloist, Rev. Johnson; rfioir "The Dawn Awakes"; choir, "What More Could He Do," soloists. Mr. Granner, Mrs. Johnson and James Lognn: male quartet, "When I Think How They Crucified My Lord," Ralph Olson, Kenneth Thompson, James Logan and Rev. Johnson; offertory. "Cathedral Ch'rres," orchestra; solo, "When I Sur. vey the Wnndrous Cross.' Ralph Ol&en; iholr, '"The Dawn o; a Won1:r fal Day"; duet, "They Have Taken Away My Lord," Rev. end Mrs. Johnson; solo, "If With All Your Hearts- Kenneth Thompson; male quaret. "In the Cross of Christ I Glory"; solo. "Light Glittering Morn," by Rev. Johnson; choir, "Alielulia," soloists. Mrs. H. Mayne and James Logan; benediction. To the Voters I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of County Recorder, subject to the will of the Republican voters at the 1934 Primary Election. Your vote and support will be appreciated. Harley E. Bartlett 13-14 Seneca, Lone Rock Cross Bats Today in Season Opener Lone Rock: Thursday will find the baseball season opening, when Seneca will cross bats with Lone Rock on .he local diamond. The following is the chedule for the season: April 5th, Seneca (here. April 13th, Swea City there. April 20th and 21st, the county baseball tournament will be held at Burt. April 27th. Fenton there. May 1st, Bancroft here. May 4th, Seneca there. May 8th, Penton here. May 11th, Bancroft there. May istih. Swea City here. RUMORS SAY MRS. J. MCDONALD IS NEW LEDYARD P. M EASTER SEASON ONE OF VISITS IN LAKOTA VICINITY Friends, Neighbors Enter tain at Dinners; Many Return for Occasion The E. N. Clemens family were Des Moines visitors Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Smith were Algona visitors Monday of this week. Rev. and Mrs. O. H. Frerkinir were Algona visitors last week Wednesday The Wm. Mabus family were enter- ained Sunday at the Aug. F. Christ lome. The Carl Trump and Carl Christ amilles were Algona visitors one day ast week. The Herman Wirtjes. Jr.. family of Brioelyn, Minn., were here Sunday vis- ing relatives. Mr. and Mrs. by Mrs. Ley, who spent the day visit ing at the Jiome of her sister, Mrs Albert Smith. Miss Ella Bloome returned to Humboldt, South Dakota, Saturday after spending several weeks here at the homes of her sisters, the Mesdames Louis and John Meyer, and Mrs. August Kllnksick. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weiler spent several days the latter part of last week with relatives at Hubbard. They went down to take Mrs. Weller's mother, Mrs. C. Neubatwr, who had been visitJng here, to her home. The beautiful display of flowers at .he Presbyterian church last Sunday were in memory of the late Mrs. Minnie Smltai, given by her daughter; Mrs. 2d Rosenau of Canada. Mrs. Smith mssed aiway several years ago. She was a sister of Miss Henrietta Kieist, who now makes her home in the Beth- ny home at Dubuque, Iowa. I. E. Wortman were Has Been Recommended to Succeed Mrs. Weinberger, Reports Are Twenty Years Ago News (Taken from the Upper Des Moines- Republican for the week of April 8. 1914.) Deputy County Auditor E. H. Beards- ey had just moved into his newly com- iVeted home on the corner of Rldge- ly and Nebraska streets the previous week. News and Comment had reported that statistics showed that 1.127540 automobiles had been registered In the United States for the year 1913 and made the remark that that fact might help explain the high cost of living. The city couticil had Just awarded the contracts for paving and curbing of some of the Algona streets to the Ford paving people of Cedar Rapids at $1.53 ?cr square yard. Asphaltlc concrete was :o be used, the same that had been used in previous years. Some of the council had been in favor of brick pav. 'ng. but they had been overruled. City elections in Kossuth county had jeen hotly contested twenty years ago. flfsults were: Swea City, Jos. M. Dye; Bancroft, J. H. Welp, who won over C. Bchrman by a majority of one vote; Ledyard. E. G. Rich; Oermanla, V. B. Tripp; Titonka, J. F. Ftsher; Burl C. W. Schryver; Whittemore, Tom J. White; Wesley, A. L. Kleinpeter; Verne, W. M. Schultz. Lu- Don't Go on Paying Rent— Own Your Home Kent ivrcijils will novel 1 ' yi. M anywhere. Algona Bldg. & Loan H LitEare. Sfc'y-Treu:;. Ledyard: Mr. and Mrs. Jack McDonald moved Into town last week Tuesday into a part of the Lawrence Mayne home. Mrs. McDonald has been recommended as postmistress for Ledyard to succeed Mrs. Jessalyn Weinberger. The MfcDotiaH children started to school on Thursday with Rose Marie in the first grade. Dennis in the second, Joe and Biily in the sixth and Doris in the eighth. Mary Ellen, who is a sophomore in high school, remained at Grant to finish the school year. The M. E. Aid wfiiich was to have met Thursday has been postponed. Mr. Clanahan, the depot agent, vis- ted over (he week end at his home In Stafford. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Weaver are the parents of a ten pound babv girl born March 27th. Miss Alice Dunham has been ill the past week and was unable to teach the first few days. Mr. Trusty, the proprietor of the pool (hall, spent Sunday at his home in Armstrong. P. W. Reece is ill at his home with pneumonia and Is under the care of a trained nurse. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Jensen visited relatives to Jewell Irom Wednesday until Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Yahnke and daughters visited relatives near Elmore Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Worden and Harvey visited Sunday at the Ed Campbell home near Seneca. Beverly Jean Wiese, niece of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Brand, has been very ill the past week with flu. Minerva Coleman of Algona visited the past week at the home of her aunt Mrs. Clifton Engelby. Kathleen Walsh, Rochester, Minn, visited last week at the home of her sister, Mrs. Wm. Garry. The Women's Foreign missionary society will meet Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Glenn Yahnke. The kindergarten, under the direction of Miss Jane Lewis, resumed then- work Thursday at the local school. One of the small daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Zielske has been seriously ill this past week with pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Winters and family of near Lakota visited Sunday at the home of their ' Mrs, Ray Eslle. Mr. and Mrs. Ed McOulre and son left Monday for their home in Cedar Rapids after a two weeks' visit at the August Gelhaus home. Willis Dyer, who is attending the State University of Iowa at Iowa City came Thursday to spend the Easter vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs Henry Dyer. Lloyd Halvei-*on. who lisa been sel eeted by the creamery board as the new butter-maker, took over the work at the creamery Monday. He comes to Ledyard from GraettiiiBer. parents, Mr. and Meet Me at Neville'; Tilt re U no uje talking abuiit sliocs ami .v.ockiny.i. You know we carry the larye.il stock of .shoes ever shown in K.U-,- auUi county. You can get anything you want, from the cVit-ap- i-jjt to the very best made in the United Stau-o. We handle Peters All-Leather Shoes. Bostouians. City Club, W. L. Douglas, Cjiinolly Kangaroo, Patricia Pat, H. & M. fine shoe.,, Friedman Shelby Red Goose, Robin Hood and many utiu-r standard lines, the saJne as are carried by the best store.? everywhere. You and your neighbors know you can tavi- momy buying these standard shoes and slippers at Neville'.->. So no use talking about it. What I want to do in this letter is invite you to make Neville's store your home when in town. Meet your neighbors •at Neville's, bet and visit, bring your lunch if you with. Bring the children, let tlu-m «mip. We have fresh drinking water toilet and lavuiory. Everything for the convenience and comfort of the little folks. Ti.e kiddies have free range when Grandpa Neville LS around. You will not, be asked to buy anything. AJ1 I aJii asking is for you to come in and make your- selvto at tiome. You are surely welcome. Just say to you:' friends, "Meet me at Neville's.'' Jimmie Neville THE SHOt MAN Iowa. BANCROFT NEWS Mr. and Mrs Walter Weljy and familj were Sunday visitors at the homes o Mrs. Joe Welp. Sr . and Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Humidors. A win was born to Mr. and Mrs. Jo*ph Welp. Jr, Ui>t Wtdnesday niorn- ""(,'• T..i.s i.s their second son. He was named Donald Joseph. Ant mette Hart, who attends Eriar Cliff in Sioux City and Eileen Walsh arrived home the first part of last week to visit their respective families. Dr. R. E. Weber left Friday for Coleridge. Nebraska, to spend Easter with mends. While there he will drive into Omaha to visit an old school chum. Miss Ltona. Sehiltz, a beauty ojjera- tor in Des Moines. spent the Easter season with her mother, Mrs. Mary Schilti-. she returned to work the first of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Al Faiijjinun visited Mr. and Mrs. Mark Dyer Sunday They '""• for Cedar PalU accompanied by uslmss visitors at Spirit Lake one day last week. Little Miss Shirley Hanson spent several days last week visiting relatives near Blue Earth. The Walter Meyers and Mr. and Mrs C. O. Peterson were visitors at Algona Saturday afternoon. Tabe Loats returned to Mason City Tuesday afternoon after spending a few days here with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Ed leaves were tip from Burt Sunday and visited at the home of the Thaves s!sters. The Misses Emma and Loutee Thave.- were visitors Tuesday afternoon at the J. Gus Thaves home at Burt. Mrs. S. P. Powers and sons. Steven and Billy and Dale Hamquist spent Saturday afternoon at Algona. Mr. and Mrs. R A. Wortman and son. Morris and LaVem Liesveld were Algona visitors Monday afternonn. Mr. and Mrs. Max Nitz planned on sepnding several days with relatives at Radcliffe the fore part of this week. Little Miss Dorothy Asmussen cete- rated her birthday last Monday by en- ertaining her little friends after school. Mrs. Laura Purst of Forest City is laying: at the home of her aunt, Mrs. . E. Smith and caring: for Mrs. Smith Arlene Lewis, who teaches at Lu- 'erne, was home to spend Easter with er parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Lewis. While at the Ley garage last Sunny, Harry Mussman slipped and struck is side In such a manner as to crack rib. Miss Anna Meyer was at Buffalo Center Saturday, where she attended he funeral of her friend. Miss Vela Tut ton. Mr. and Mrs. r.uwell Winter visited •om Friday until Monday at the home 1 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Winter at loson City. Dr. and Mrs. R. Williams enjoyed an ver Sunday visit from the doctor's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Williams of Fort Dodge. Victor Thaves and Clarence Koppen have Joined the CCC and left on Tuesday for Mason city. From there they will be sent to some camp. Mr. and Mrs. John Wlrtjcs, Jr.. of 3ranada. Minn., were here Sunday vis- ting at the home of Mrs. Wirtjes' mother, Mrs. Albert Werrlnga. Maynard Ukena came up from Iowa City to spend Easter with his mother, rs. Ida Ukena, and other relatives. Maynard Is studying chemistry. Chas. and Emma Gutknecht drove to Mason City last Friday to bring back heir sister, Miss Lena, and little Miss enevieve Bruer to spend Easter here. Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Rippentrop re- urned home la&t Thursday from Rochester, where Mrs. Rippentrop had >een for an examination at the Mayo hospital. Miss Pearl Wirtjes, who teaches north town and boards at the Dave Patterson home, spent Sunday with her par- -nts, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Wirtjes at iranada, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Rippentrop left Monday afternoon for Mason City and 'rom there they expected to go to Rochester, Minn., for an examination at the Mayo hospital. Mrs. E. L. Grabau. Mrs. S. P. Powers and Mrs. Wade Bali of this place and Mrs. Wilson and Mrs. Peterson of Buffalo Center visited on Tuesday al the J. E. Smith home. The F. G. Nltz family, the Walter Meyer family, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Meyer, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bruer and the Wade Balls were entertained Sun- clay at the J. A. Meyer home. Muss Edna Ites returned to her home at Titonka last week after helping Mrs. E. A. Wortmim with her house work tor several weeks. Miss Ann Sleeper of Titonka ihas taken her place. The Earl Ogren family and Mr. and Mrs. Reider of Bancroft were entertained at dinner on Sunday at the A. E. Ogren home. The occasion was to celebrate the birthdays of Mr. Reider and Ear!. Darlene Joan, weighing nine and one half pounds, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Johnson, Jr., last week Tuesday. Tills is the Johnsons' first child. Mrs. Johnson was before her marraige Miss Esther Miller. W. E. Ley and J. E. Ukena were at Des Moinea last Wednesday. They were accompanied as far as Fort Dodge IRVINOTON NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Sim Leigh and family. Chester Harmon and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dole were all Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dole. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Deibler have not been in the best of health this winter. Mr. Deibler has heart trouble and Mrs. Deibler has been suffering with the flu. Ernest Egel of Algona was a week end visitor of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Egel. Mrs. Egel is still suffering with throat trouble contracted last fall. The Algona chapter of the P. T. A. extends an invitation to the Irvlngton P. T. A. to attend their regular meet- in? next Monday evening at the Algona high school. Ralph Brown, newly elected president of rural telephone line No. 3 resigned recently and Geo. Hackman, ST., will act in that capacity for the remainder of the year. Howard Blanchard, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Blanchard, visited last week here enjoying his spring vacation from his school activities. Howard teaches social science in the Clarion schools. Leona Stewart of Algona was a week nd guest of her friend, Georga Anne Gelgel and Dorothy Mawdsley visited with her aunt, Mrs. Paul Dremmel, east of Algona, returning home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Weber were the guests Easter Sunday at the home of Mrs. Weber's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Jordan of Rich Point. Edna and Joe Jordan were also week end guests of the Jordan's, both being employed at Mason City. The local school in Irvington was closed last Tuesday due to scarlet fever in the locality. So far Raymond Sankey, young son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Sankey, is the only one reported as quarantined with the disease, which appears to be In a very mild form. However many of the younger children are suffering with the pink eye. Undoubtedly school will be resumed next Monday. Current reports are to the effect that Chas. Johnson, son of M. E, Johnson, who formerly resided in this community, is not progressing as rapidly as had been anticipated. Charles Is now in a sanitarium at Oakdale. For many yean he and hi* wife, who was formerly Lottie Miller lived near the river bridge west of Irvlngton. Mrs. Johnson is a niece of Abe Carter and a sister of Oeo. Johnson of Algona. Mr. Johnson has tuberculosis and was unaware of his affliction until Just before his departure for Oakdale. Ira Ne wbrough Die* at Humboldt Home Lone Bock: Ira away at his home Newbtwigh passed „„„, „„ , at Humboldt Saturday afternoon. Mr. Newbrough has spent a number of years in the Lone Bock vicinity, moving to Humboldt the first of March. Frye Hired as Lone Rock Superintendent Lone Bock: At a school board meeting last Wednesday afternoon. Coach V. V. Frye was hired as superintendent and all of the grade teachers were reelected. HITTEMOBE MEWS John Simpson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Simpson, came home from Ames Friday where he had been standing college. Mrs. Martha Heise and family of Eas. on, Minn., spent the past week vis- ting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. August Schattschneider. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kollasch and family, Mrs. Catherine O'Brien and her daughter, Catherine and Patricia Weir were in Algona Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray L. Burdine and family moved from the Bierstedt house into the Kollasch. residence In ttie south part of town Monday. Theo. Kneoht and Joe Knecht of Whittemore, Conrad Knecht of Algona went to Rochester Tuesday where Joe Knecht went through the clinic. Henry HaSm, Jr., Ed Heller, John Keene, Jr., and V. Wilson have enlisted hi the CCC. They went to Mason City Tuesday for further orders. Saturday, March 31. was the day for the letting of a contract for the digging of a storm sewer. Only two bids were received and both, were rejected. Rosella BSaenius returned home on Sunday from Emmetsburg where she has worked for Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Laubenthal. She will remain at home. Friends of Mrs. Spilles will be glad to hear that she was able to return to her home Tuesday. She (had been in the Mercy hsopital at Port Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Fandei and family, Mr. and Mrs. Art Fandei and « daughter, spent Sunday with Mr. and | 5 \lf-Uftl »(T tIT 1"*._«K_««k«. _ 4. *•?•__ A_* I «• John W»MrOS, ftMttiager of the Standard Oil statten, spent iaster with h» parents at Ayrshire. John M. Farrett took charge of th» stfttron for the day. Florence Lynch and Mareella Cullen spent the week end at c*dar Falls. Miss Lynch visited her parents. Mareella CulKn visited Mr. and Mrs. Steve Cote and family. Maurice Cullen went to Mason City Sunday evening where he has .iccept- a position as service foreman in the Ford garage. Mrs. Cullen and children will remain here for a time. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bartlett, Joe Losbach, C. W. Elbert, August Vaudt and Ed Toungwirth attended a meeting of the State Brand Creamery Association at Mason City Thursday. Mrs. McKinstry and daughter, £M* en, and Helen Marie, Bernice Ann Hart, Mrs. Frtd Oaaier of Spencer and Mrs. Pat Warren of Envm«tsburg spent Bonday evening with Mrs. Irene Booney. John Mostach returned home Tuesday evening from Iowa City where lie visited a few days. Harold McDonnell, who accompanied him, had a minor operation on his nose and had to remain longer. Henry, Helen and Marie Dahlhauser of Tullah, Louisiana, arrived Wednesday for a visit with relatives. Henry returned Monday and the girls remained with their sister, Mrs. Tony Wechter of Oilmore City. The Methodist Ladles' Aid and the Birthday club will meet Thursday, April 5th, at the borne of Mrs. Jas. Crawford. Those assisting Mrs. Crawford are Miss Wolfe and Mrs. Maurice Mat- lary. Everyone la invited. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Weydert and Simon Weber, ST., returned home Tuesday from Minnesota. Earl, John and Gerald Oappa of Hollandale, accompanied them and visited their grandmother, urs. Josephine Haag until on Sunday after spending a week visiting relatives in Dubuque. uuugnier, spent tjuixiay with Mr. and | Mrs. M. W. Brennen at Kmmetsburg. I UtMMMMiUBOM H. W. POST Dray and Tranf er Storage of all kinds. Long distance hauling. Kvery load insured against loss or damage. Equipped to do an kinds of draylng and hauling. M-tf Announcement We have a complete stock of the famous AU, FEED STARTER AND GROWING MASH manufacturing by the E. R. Rising Mill. Algona. for sale in anv quantities. Place your orders now for your requirements. We also have a big stock of LEONARD'S BULK Garden and LAWN GRASS SEKDB and the FERRY SEEDS in packages. NELSON HARDWARE ALGONA, IOWA. ^ What is Your Best Car? The Answer left Mrs. Dytr of Ledyard to visit a iister who is sick there. Emmet Dei/ine drove home Friday evening for Easter. He was here last week, but was not sure then if he would get a vacation or not at Easter time Emmet attends Aines. Mr. and Mrs. Art Long and Mr. and Mrs. Prank Rtcker drove to Humboldt Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Long attended a funeral Tuesday morning but Mr. and Mrs. Becker returned that evening. Evans Cwnitau «uid Francis Lonergan arrived Irom I>u> Moines lust Thursday evening. They will remain a few days uuUU alter Easter. Friday <:veiling Miss Georgia and Evans left for Kockford U» viiit their Dialer, Mrs Earl Elliot. They will reuuiin until Monday evening. Stomach Trouble Sufferers Drink YERBAVIDA This remarkable beverage, mads from a desert herb known, as the "Plant of Life," has brought about moat frnu^ing result* in the different forms of stomach trouble—hyper-acidity, gastritis, heartburn, dyspepsia, and ulcers. Yerbavida la a drugless beverage and its delicious flavor is very pleasing to the taste. A cup at each meal promotes good digestion, while a cup at bedtime Insures good refresh-- ing deep. Yerbavida Is Inexpensive, too. A large package, enough for 340 cups, can be obtained for only $1.00. II your local druggist* cannot supply you. accept no substitute, but «end »1.00 direct to Yerbavida Sales Co., 613 Southwest Bldg., Los Angeles, California, Or » 10- page book, "The Story of Yerbayids," free on request. For Sale at Lusby's Drug Store. Delivery Price of the Ford Tudor $655 Including Iowa Sale* Tax Watch The New Fords Go By / KENT MOTOR CO. "D1LUNOER", NOTORIOUS GANGSTER Who escaped from the "escape-proof" jail from Crown Point, Ind., in his desperate effort for a more complete freedom from that city said: "WHAT IS YOUR BEST CAR?" The mechanic, in a garage, located acroos the street from this "fool-proof" Jail, without hesitancy, despite the fact »Jiat he was somewhat flustrated and excited, told the evident truth when he said: "V-8 FORD IS THE BEST WE HAVE!" Dulinger, who is now styled as "Public Enemy No. 1." could not afford to take chance*. and knew when told of the "V-a Stord" that the car would take him out of that city quicker to complete his freedom because the V-8 is known for its speed, comfort and durability. SERIOUS CONSIDERATION IS ESSENTIAL What more convincing proof would any prospective automobile purchaser rtwire than the unmatched performance of this great popular card—The World Greatest Automobile. Ford V-8 is truly an unprecedented value. Algona, Iowa. USED CAR BARGAIS 1933 Ford Tudor $465 1933 Ford coupe $465 1931 Ford truck $285 1931 Ford tudor $285 1927 Chevrolet coach. $75

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