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Tlie Algona. Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, May 31, 1934 GEORGE FERSTL, ST. BENEDICT, IS TUESDAY Sons Survive ^Pioneer 3R.esideirt "WTio "Was in 78th Year y: Funeral services for George 3F*er-tjsl. &r., -who died at. his home at St. rser-dict early Stinday morning, Tt-el-d at the St. Benedict Catholic Tuesday morning- at nine o'clock -v. A. J. Wagner of "Wesley cele- eta the requiem high mass. was born in Beaver Dam, November 13, 1856, and pass- a.Twnsiy at the age of 77 years. He xn-sjrried to Miss Mary Carman in yoxmg- manhood, to which union "txyrn nine children. He farmed a.11 of liis life tmtil retiring to St. :Bex*c*c5i.crfc about 22 years ago. He tti-a. vgiA- "tJmie sons, Oeorge, Jr., of St. !ReJ-»e<3Iet, TVtajc, at home, and Richard <rf &t. :&er»edict. and one daughter. Mrs. I-am-a. m-chter of Wesley, his wife and jfrve <slaU<Sren having preceded him in dea-tJri. TT« also leaves three sisters, MOTS.. akda.rtin Rahm and Mrs. C. M. Xxrueraerr-ra.!! of St. Benedict, Mrs. Joe JWg^!.y fciji o-f St. Cloud, and one brother, Joe- ^^erstl of St. Benedict. for the departed soul was said r^e-rstl home each evening until -fct»e> funeral services. Since October a-s 1>een spending weeks at a time liis sons and Mrs. Ftlchter. until three -wrecks wl>en. he was an- tx> spend the last few days in his took place in the St. Benedict In the family lot. The rel»- th-e sincere sympathy of all friends in. the loss of their fath- cl brother. Poppy Sal Over- Net* Locally The memt»ers of the American I-e- glon Ausciliary had a very successful poppy sale last Saturday at -which time 2.OOO po-p-pies -were sold. This is the great-est riumoer of poppies ever to be sold in one year. The amount collected was S2OO.55 and all will oe "used Tor- disabled veterans and their families. Members in L,uVeroe sold 128 and in Whittemore 133. There xvere t-wo teams s-sllin_g- under the direction of TVtrs. Hugh F*ost. and Mr.-?. Glen IFtoland in Algona. Forty- seven ladies toote part in the- sale of poppies in the residential and tousines-? districts. The four selling: th-e most poppies -were Mrs. Ernest Thiel. IVIrs. Theo. Larson. Mrs. G. E>. BT-un<3age and Mrs. E. ft,. Mio-i-rison. The Auxiliary wishes to thank the public for trveir generous support and cooperation. SIOUX CITY TAR HITS REEF HERE IN BOXING BOUT LONE ROCK BETROTHED, BRIDE ARE GUESTS AT SHOWERS IN PAST WEEK Ersel Bla-ndxarci, IVLrs. Chas. Shiclc Are <3-uests of Honor at Functions Lone rtoclc : Eig-rity-flTre attended i miscellaneous shower etiv-en at the Frederick SeTTultz home Saturday afternoon in honor of Ersel Blandiard. -who is soon to TX^ecl Ohester A-lme*. The bride to be receiv-rcl many lovely and useful shifts. Airs. "W. T. F*i-sri of "WTiittemore and Mrs. X>ester JoTmson of Bancroft, and Mrs. T3T. A. "Wnit'eri.ill of Burt were out of t ow 1 1 guests. A. mock -wedding the afternoon entertainm-erjt. Mrs. P. M. Cnrlstenson and son, Mervin went to Des Moines Monday to visit her daughter, Marietta. They will return home Tuesday. Party I-Ield by Rotarians sre Seventeen," was the sub- Jeact. <a* ttoe talk: given toy Rev. Thomas Lra a*. the Father and Son Ro- dinr*er, 2WIonday evening 1 , in the faotel. He advocated thrift, the of thorough knowledge in at ory -tiisit one subject, health, and the the- ne should "hitch their to a. star." However. he said, it <lo no harm to grease the axles, :Buchanan was the program -which also included several numtoers presented the hlgb school. a sex- 'omjur Sf>«a.lcer* on Program Three I*eave I*rog^ra,m. Via Knockout; Route in A.th- letic Slio-w aft Shiclc A mesoel3aneoxis sno-wer -was given at trie Watson Shick home last "Wednes- dav afternoon in honor of :Mrs. Charles Si-Tick, formerly R.ut»y Riddle. Mrs. Shick received many lovely and use- IVtrs. Mi. :Blanchard of ful gifts. Irvington and »«iss Bexilari Gifford of Burt w«re out of town quests. Tltree boys led -vrtth tneir chins, in Jne I. O. O. F*. riall nere last Triursd€i.y night, and. trie rielners carriecl them out In a horizonta.1 position a.n-d thiis >assed another -wTrestling-l>o3clng- sho-wrs In trie main go. Ix>uis "Wildin of Algona and Sailor Thonigar of Sioux City classed in what was scheduled to be an ight ro-urid. too-nt. But somewhere along the route th-s Sailor lost his moorings and dJ-lf ted. out to se«~ In the third round he ran afoul of a reef, and Wlldin won the match with a knockout. The main wrestling match brought together two 155 pounders, -who supposed to or>erate under the rules. .After consultation -witii local "WTm. ICnon is having- a new oarn built on his farm southeast of Xjone Rock. "Mr. anci AJCrs. H. ET. Aticha moved into trie TTollister house last Tuesday. Helen r*ertl of "vVThittemore Is visit- Ing- a. few days this we-?lt at the Kraft home. CTharl-es Zoller of I^akota came on I'Vlday for a visit, at the Schultz hxome. The ^Tofthers cliab/ week "Wednesday at E. M. Frederick will meet next e home of Mrs. wrestling fans, it -was decided that neither one of the tooys had ever been to Texas, but they wrangled around for an Beryl Sanders went to Ijivermore on last Wednesday to -work: in the Harry Zigrang home. Bernard Leeper is ill -writh pneumonia at the htome of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Wm - Z>eeper. The A.merican Legion Auxiliary will meet "NWexinesday afternoon. June 13th with Mrs. Glenn Burt. Mr. and "Wm. IjeeT>er and son, Roy, visited at the Hoy C>odd-en home each, getting one fall, be- moved on.. program entertained at their weekly meet- Thursday at the Algona ho- Bi. ICresensky gave the early of the club in general. C. H. gave a report of the local Kl- club and J. L- Bonar spoke ab- *_hie- advantages of a service club. _ -Agent Bonnstetter then gave a talk irrging full support of the m—Hog contracts. hour apie f or* tfc»e In, the seml-w^r»dur> on the mitt card. John Baker. A.lgona product, held out for five innings, staving ofT TCenneth. Havlland of Huznboldt. but drop>p>ed under a knockout blow in the fifth round of a six round bout. In the other toouts. the "Wild Boar of Humboldt charged into a. soli-d glove on the hand of Oordon 'WTorster, Algona. and took the count. And Bud luCunson of West Bend shaded "Wendell Jergenson. Dean Jergenson shaded TToung Olson of A.lgona. and Bunny Jones shaded Eddie Johnson, in close matches. In fact we only say they won by a shade after talking it. over with fans who wexe present. Anyway, the last three matches were mighty close. About 2OO T^«re pcreserit. near F*airmont Sunday. Ikdrs. ET. M. B-lanchard of Irvington dinner guest at the home of TBras a her Wednesday Mr. and. Mrs. Mrs. F^red Oenrich last JTapt Buchan of mont visited at the Glen Leeper home Sunday. Air. Buehan is a brother of Mrs. Xjeej>eT. N. L. CJotton. -who has been suffering from an infection in the side of his face, -which started from a pimple. Is much trn x>roved. »«r. and Atrs. Tt. CT. J^riebe and Mr. and Airs.. James A^kerman visited at the Aug-ust Peterson City Sunday evening. home at Swea H. J. Hice is having the Joe Elvidg* house remodeled. Alar, house re-modeled. ACr. into the house soon. Ftice purchsaed purchased M;rs. Walter Warner and daughter of Des Moines and Mrs. Sam Warner of Fenton visited at the Ftay and Ed Bicr- stedt homes Thursday. Forty attended the Birthday tea given in 'the church basem-=Tit. last Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. A. A. and Mrs Alex Krueger and M"rs. W. C. Heiter were hostesses. Mrs. E. M. Hawks, daughter Mrs. Jessie Stebritz. and daug-nters. Gladys and Kathryn and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Hawks and daughter had a picnic dinner at Iowa Lake Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. For-tst Rouse of Ayrshire visited at the parental Wm Krause home Sunday. Mrs. Krause who spent the past week at the Rouse home, returned to h--r .home. Mr. and Mrs. R. :vi. Goetsch of Renwick visited at the Otis Sanders home Sunday. Mrs. Gos-tsch is a sister of Mm Sanders. Doris Sa-nders accompanied them home for a visit. Sunday dinner guests at the W. J Cotton home were Air. and Mrs. H. E Morgan. Mrs. Mary Jane Clark of Algona. Mrs. M. O. Emmons and daughter. Mildred of Ladysmith. Wis. Mrs. Fred Gaenrich, son Bernard, daughter, Lucille, Airs. Roy Zunkel. Mrs. AJWrt Thompson and daughter. Donna Jean, visited at the parental E. M. Blanchard home near Irvington on Friday. Mrs. Frank Macumber •went to Albert Lea. Minn.. Sundav to attend a family reunion and the" 25th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Seegar. Mrs. Seegar is a sister of Mrs. Macumbsr. Sunday visitors at the R. Ii. Padgett home were Mr. and Airs. Wm. Dehnert of Algona, Mrs. Helen Hedrick and daughters, Margaret and Esther and Tye Johnson of Mason City and Mrs. Hedrick's son. Howard, of Irvington. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Krueger. daughter, Muriel Long, Air. and Mrs. Frank Flalg and daughters accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence LaidJey and daughters of Estherville enjoyed a picnic dinner and fishing at Spirit Lake Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Klva T-srwilliger, Mrs. Cora Terwlillger and daughter, Beulah, Mrs. Julia Terwilliger and daughter, Helen, of Humboldt and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Newbrough were Sunday dinner guests at the A. D. Newbrough home. The following attended a party last W-ednesday evening at the Victor Rogers home given in honor of D^lma Roggers and Grace Ne-wbrough's birthdays. Russell and Viola Bierle, Atarvin Ackerson. Robert and Raymond Ditsworth, Myrtle and Sam Orvick. Lucille and Raymond Nelson, Shirley Marlow, Lawrence Rath and George Long attended. Former Resident is Buried in Mason City Clarence W. Hopkins, a lifelong resident of Algona until about ten years ago, passed away at Mason City and funeral services were held there on Thursday of this week at one o'clock He was born January 9, 1886, In Algona, and married Birdie Burtis in Algona, Sept. 20, 1911. Surviving are his wife and two children, Merle William. 18, and Elaine Maxine, 14, also three brothers, Edward, northeast of Algona, Lee of Algona and Fay of Glendale. California, and three .sisters, B-ss at home. Mrs .James Bailey of Clear Lake and Mrs. Wm. Haw- co'tt of Algona. Friends of Mr. Hopkins, and of his relatives locally, offer their condolences to the bereaved. Max Richardson is Ames Honor Student Max 8. Richardson, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Richardson, has been deeply honored at Ames, by being Invited to the Honors day dinner at lova State college. It was disclosed In a copy of the Ames paper. The upper three per cent of the classes at State are Invited to the dinner as guests, following a compilation of scholarship records for the school year. Bob Cliff, a former resident here, was also on the list of students so honor. eering. and is In the class of 1936. Franzen Boy, Titonka, is Painfully Injured Raymond Franzen, 7 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Franzen of near d. Max is cslctrical engin- EMERGENCY LOANS NET $40,000,000 IN 8TH DISTRICT The first, year of the administration of the Kmergency Farm Loan Act tn-ou^Ht over $4O,OOO,OOO In Oommislon- er's loans Into the Eighth District, H. E>. Hutchlns, secretary-treasurer of the Algeria. National Farm Loan Association was advised by the Farm. Credit Administration this weefc. The Emergency I-*arm. Loan Act was enacted May 12, 1933. The Omaha office of the Land Bank Commissioner s agent was established Ma.y 23, 1933 by Bert Waddell, agent for th-s Land Bank Commissioner. The office was consolidated with the Land Bank in September last year, and. trie loans have been handled by the Land Bank since. In Waddell's first annual report as disbursing- officer, he shows the following' : A. total of 19,115 loans for a total amount of $4O,255jOOO. In Iowa, 7,*56 loans were closed for $17,832.250; Nebraska, received $14,453.- OOO from 6,746 lo<ans; South Dakota received 4.147 loans for $6.961,100; in Wyoming 766 loans were closed for $1.- O08.65O. -In practically every case, these loans are second mortgrasres following Federal Land Bank first loans. The commissioner's loan limit was increased to $7 5OO bv a recent aot of congress. Previous to that time, the loan limit was $5.OOO. In some instances, first mortgage loans are mswle witH Commissioner's money," H. r>. KTufcchins, secretary- Graves of Veterans, Swea City, Honored in Memorial Service; Swea City: The Memorial day services were concluded at the Swea City oetn-stery where the following grave*, were decorated: Henry Crawford. Nathaniel Ewing, Wm. Countryman, John Schaffer, all Civil War veterans; Anton Madsen, Fred Link, William CiarJc and Milton Erlckson, World War veterans. unusual and Thursday. It Titonka, met with an painful accident last seems as though Raymond was out In the barn yard wh-en a heifer not running true to h«r '^ex attacked him, knocking him down, and rolling him around frightfully. Mr. Franzen hearing the boy's cries, ran out and chased the heifer away. Raymond suffered a fractured collar bone and various other cuts and bruises. He was taken to Titonka for treatment. $5O Jack Pot for Next Bank Night Mrs. I. H. Benedict of LuVerne would ave been the lucky winner of the J25 bank night award given at the Call Theatre Tuesday evening had she Been there. As she was not present the 35 will be added to the jack pot for- next Tuesday, making it total $5O. Bldg. & Loan Meeting A special meetnlg of shareholder* of the Algona Building & Loan Ass'ra has been called for June 7, at 2 p. mat the office of C- R- LaOBarre, secretary, for the purpose of amending the articles of incorporation and hy-laws. Arm Badly Burned Burt: E. H. Pannkuk had the misfortune to have his right arm quite badly burned last week when he poured cold water Into an overheated radiator of a tractor. Mr. Pannkuk is -working: near Irvlngton on the graveling crew. treasurer said. Adv Oard of Thanlcs We wish to extend our deep appreciation to those wbo so kindly aided and sympathized with us during our recent bereavement, children. -A. H. Stock and 22* Trinity Lutheran Church The English communion will be celebrated the coming Sunday. The following services will be held: Sunday School and Bible class at 9:30 a. m. English confessional services at 10 a. m. English divine services at 10:30. Announcements for tihe communion will be received Saturday at the parsonage. Confirmation Instructions for children Saturday at 9 a. m. Young People's meeting Friday evening at 8 o'clock. The Ladies' Aid will meet next week Thursday with Mrs. Leonora Peek, 513 N. Thorington. Oixe 33ay This -wreelt's issue of T*»e A.lgona XTp>- per JDes Moirfreg is one day late due to Afexnona] I2a.y falling on "Wednesday, •when -sp-e, lil&e the rest of XCoaButh's businessses, took a holiday. THE "WEEKLY RECORD Buy Miles - - Not Get All the Gasoline Y«»xi ELRECO A. Kaaoline that has actually been freed from trie wild. g-sus*?s that evaporate ^o £x*st and waste the power < gasoline e-nergy> in VOXJT ta.nk.. Not ALL gasolines ar,- STABILIZED- A r.int buy EI^«tEC?O- K. & H. Coop. Oil Co. from Algnoa Hot- 1 MOTOR OIL SEPARATOR OIL <T7O. ETS Corn. 2 2 2 Oats white yellow mix-ed *.51% 47 37 »* iLfeciiiizn. Butchers. F*rinae 200-26O taeo-aoo 2.80 2.70 t>xitchers, 3OO-5OO 300-350 F»ack.in«- Sows. 35O—4OO . Packing: Sowis, 4OO-5OO F»igs. 14O Pigs, ISO Pigs. 18O Fat cows Bulls Fat cattle *4.OO-S6.OO Stockers $2.OO-»3.OO Veal -OELi-v-es $3.OO-*4.OO 2.50 .... 2.20 2.OO 1.50 2.0O 2 5O . *1.75-$2.25 No. 1 No. 2 Cream 12c NEW CARS M. T. McGutre. A.lgona, OldsmobUe coupe. C. A. Niemann. 'WTilttemore, Ford coach. Frank Grandgennett. St. Benedict, Chevrolet coupe. W. A. Murray. Bancroft, Ford Sedan. Wegner & Johnson. Fenton. CSievro- let truck. Dr. F. A. Bonnstetter. tudor. Ford MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED Donald D. Cronan. AJgona and Viola Blotch. Burt, May 25. A. L. Rasmussen. Pomeroy, Iowa, and Mary FaUbanks, Burt. May 26. Oeo. Hahle. Algorxa, and Rose Stell Algona, May 28. Raymond Wehler, Algona, and Lucille Kunz, Wesley, Stay 28. Milton Point, PocaJnontas, and Evelyn Zech, Plover, M:ay SI. Arnold Hintz. LuVerne, and Harriet Davidson, LuVeroe, &4a.y 29. General Xfiovpttal News Wednesday. May 23rd. Oeorge De— Grcot of Rutland entered the hospita for medical treatment. Tuesday. May 29tlx, Irvin Seeman o: Algona had ibis tonsils removed. ForRecorder Presbjrterian Church Rev. C. Partt Carlson, Mlntoter Sunday School at 10 a. m. Morning Worship at 11 a. m. The Christian Endeavor society will hold their service around a campflre at the State Park Sunday evening at 7:46 o'clock. The entire congregation is invited to attend. Here's Good News! Algona's Busy Bargain Center- - Opening E X Congregational Church Tfte L. O. A. society will meet at the home of Mrs. Moe Thursday evening. Services for Sunday, June 3rd; The church school at 10 o'clock. Morning worship at 11. Sermon topic "The Ultimate Decency of Things" Children's Oay, Jim; tfi'h. Parents desiring to have" children bapMytd will please nocify th-? pastor. ScHool Year With Picnic FINEST Diamond a Iwli Ol — til-.- irs will Stnf cii : St-nf ca consolidated t,criool clojstrd last TriiJr--5<ii»y with a picnic at noon. In T ritr forertoon the lugh -school tij^t- t>ia.Ij t-trarn. pltiytrd tint: incit-pencit-nt wlnnma tlie r. ers returned to tl-.«:r i-iOtr-es. F*n d a. v : Mijia BuerVurii, to JP^Uii. ^ViJ.i>i> Berei^i <a.nci JkliSi Sherman to JBa.rj.cr-01't. 5.1l-s^ Mtilit-tt. to Union, Miafa I-'ort £>ucii^e a.nci M_UC. Ca.r- mor-e-. Mary Fi*ch Bride of Math Weydert St. Benedict: Tuesday morning »t 7:30 o'clock Mary Fisch, second daughter of Mr. and Mis. Adoiph Pisch, became the bride of Math Weydert of St. Joe. Marcella Pisch. sister of the bride and Joe Weydert, brother of the groom were the attendants of the couple. The bride wore a white satin dress with lace and veil in cap shape. Her slskr wore a pink dress with white accessories. The bride carried a bouquet of roses and lilies of the valley, can Legion hall on Monday to a fair I The bridesmaid wore a bouquet of car- iized audience. I nations. A wedding dinner was griv^n I at :he home of the bride's parents to Mrs. Keith Albert^on entertained at r( .)alives and -a few close friends. An bri'lge on Friday afternoon. Four tab- lriv it ( .a dance was given in the even- It-.s wcr played with Mrs. A. J. Chris- jng in lhe floral hall at the fairgrounds teiisen winning high score. , a t AJgona. Mr3. Theodore Anderson and son, | Lloyd, and Mr.s. Anna Larson and! Mr. and Mrs niece, Helen Wa.istra.na spent the week Cha.s. Ernanuel spent Thursday at Maend with relativtis at. lylankato Lawr^no? Cink and Mrs. O. W. Blomster will give a post nuptial thow-er for Twlrs. Virgil Blom- sttr on Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Myhr and sons t the week end with relatives at For* Sale »irt S-- i-0.£-c <5AI_£i-- ijri fx=>hirt: fetclcT -—is old Save that crtaxn with a Vegm sep- ira'.or. U-sers biggest boosters. Median size. $77.5O. Tt=rrn-s—Bju^trom's, Al- ,;oua. Iowa. 3-tf Wanted WANTfc-IJ—To ^-. ca_-h nionihJy Tu Box 357. Ma- •t-i ^ — .-.on Cuy. Diajnond "W"ed.dius4' WEHLEITS lOc WANTiiD J R. care ol Cjirl c.oiupaj:iiori. Am past o rtplifi, to 2U-24* First I>oor south of Steele's New Clothing Store Chriseliilles & Herbst's Summer Outlet Store Opens Friday, June 1 and. continues through months of June and July The Annex is now an established Algona institution, — it supplies good merchandise during the summer months at rummage Ale prioa*. This year, we have added new lines of popular priced merchandise to make it doubly attractive. Plan to be on hand Friday morning and take advantage of the many bargains. Stevens all linen, full bleached toweling, colored borders, 5 yards for 78c. Ladies full fashioned, pure silk hoee. selected irregulars, all sizes, summer colons, 64c. Close outs of cottage curtain sets, full sized, regular C. &: H. stock, all popular colors, 69c and 98 C . New skim- pie panties, th-e newest misses fad. new merchandise, only 25e» Ladies' dulesco rayon silk slips, shadow proof, adjustable straps, siae& 33 to 42 special (new) 79c and other choice bargains. NEW RJEAJDY-TO-WEAR — just bought in Chicago to start this grand opening, beautiful silk dresses In all sizes from 14 to S4, light and dark, short sleeved styles, the most outstanding values we have ever offered, with, many choice garments from our own stock.. Three price ranges only 93.88. $4.88 and $5.88. Wool swagger suits — choice $6.88. Fine -wool coats, navy and novelty shades. $6.88 and $10.88* Ladi-:s fine cotton frocks, new summer stock, 98c and many other bargains in blouses and coats. SPECIAL OPENING DAYS, Friday and Saturday, June and 2nd, 2Ox4O fine turkish towels, colored stripes, a good summer item, very special, 4 for 59c. oo»£8»cfiCM3ea3C8OdC83uaa>:ojx^ M)n City. Frank Grangemiett is the proud owner of a new Chevrolet coupe, purchased Saturday. Mr=. Nick Arndorfer helped at tlae Algona hotel several days last week end \vhil-j Bertha Neuroth was absent George Arndorfer had the misfortune of stepping on a nail last Wednesday vening. which causes him consideraiile oain. At this writing he Is somewliiii improved. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rink and son. John accompanied by a friend all of Ltdyard, spent last Thursday at the Martin Rahrn home. Mrs. Rink is a. niece of Martin Rahm. Mr. arid Mrs. Daniel Froehlich and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kunkel drove to Minn- arjoiis la,st week Monday to at- tond the funeral on Tuesday of Mr. Kunkel's landlord. They returned home WVd::csday. Frank Matheis and his sister, M;=>s Olivia uf Bis Stone, South Dakota, who ure \i-itinu t: eir mother Mrs. P- J. Greiuer ut A'guiia weru Sunday dinner Miscellaneous *>! Our ii:tci'cc>: U:g ri-'dl.4Ccci l.O 11 \ou a.ie p ii'juic. rviiio-a(.-I-iiiS oj uf Ihfir uncle ajid aunt, Mr. a.nci Mri. John Arndorfer. Mr. and Mrs. Tht-o. PotthofT. Sr.. \ g and Htlcn and franc-is Ra^kopf oi \ c> H;i'bur, ca-mt.- Saturday to ^pend »ev- | ^ I i-rul duy.s with Mrs. Potthoff's mother, jg I Mrs. Anna. Huschka and oth-.r rela.tive^. — • | IKloii will rc-:nam and srx;nd r.t-r va.ca- *iL<.- to borrowers. 1= be- | nun with ii-c-r aunt, Mrs. Al RxiseiiQ-ity- 6 ijer CiriH on July 1-it. c r. iiii-ii.js on building u: Mr alld M rs Al Roseini>. yer were IKJJ and hoate s to Sunday dinner a.t their li'j/ne. 'i')io.->e i/ro.i.-m wt-rt- Mr. a-iil Mr;. 'IT.c-o. FotUiolI. Sr . Ht.-li.-ri aii'i I-*:.;! ci, Ku.'kuul ol H^!bur. Mr--. rctuiunc*; you: ;x--ii :i i..f :nv 2-J O' o '0 is an Investment in Health I«-e protet-t your <laily food, you're sure of , vv"lit»lt*soijiti i'rc'sliiii-.s.-- ami safety. Y»»u kti«>w ±"«M>ti.s ai't- kept at «-oiT«M-t teuiperat ure.s with -i- iii«>istui-e t-oiiteiit. \'<>u kii«»\v that things Ju -. pl.i: e H'> t-iiJii- yi-r. M 11- r a-.d '.mi K'.b.-ri I-!', 11 k i i-. ::U I...u-aii,i: Hu c': ka Mif.. M.v,. Ljt-' tastt- l>etter! an<l in a< t<i it itt 1 »•< ,uJ * !« -s. l T se jti't- the a<lvantu«i;t's of !«•»• i, \"<Mi iit-vtT <'\'iM'i'ieiice iiift-li;t uicul j)l*-iit\ «.f ice! Algona Jke Cream & Candy Fact. A!-. I.. o o o

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