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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 7, 1934
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The Algona Upper Bes Moines, Algona, Iowa, June 7, 1934 MARGARET OTIS AND J NICKEY WEDDED Couple Married Monday. At Home Near Traer After \ July First Wesley: Wedding bells rang Monday morning at nine o'clock for Miss Margaret Otis, oldest, daughter of Mrs. Marv Otis, when she and Joseph Nickey o'f Traer were joined in holy wedlock By the Rev. F. J. Churchill of Vinton, at the St. Joseph's Catholic church in Wesley. They were attended by hrr sister and brother, Cecelia arid Raymond Otis. The bride wore a white silk suit, •white hat and other white accessories and carried an arm bouquet, of piru and white rases. Her bridesmaid wore a pink crepe ankle length gown with a coreage bouquet of sweet pens and ^The bridal party took their places be fore the altar in the presence of a large gathering of friends and relative with Father Churchill reading the nuo tlal mass, using the single ring cere «x.o. Nickcy is w-:ll and favorably known to nil In the community graduated from the Wesley hish .school. She finished a course In business education nt the Mankato Business College since which time she has been employed at the Sao City nnd Iowa Canning companies at Sac City and Vinton doing stenographic work. Thaw who have met Mr. Nickey speak very » a , c »• highly of him as a young man of fine qualities. . A wsddlng breakfast was served at. the bride's home following the ceremony which was attended by the bride's relatives and friends. Out of town guests included Father Churchill, Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Jones, Mr. nnd Mrs. Carl Kouba, all of Vinton, Rita Al- ypecht of Laurens, and Miss Matilda Schwiderski of Eagle Grove. The happy couple left the same day lor a short wedding trip nnd after July 1st, will be nt home to their friends on a farm at Traer which is owned nnd managrd by the bridegroom Miss Mary Lorenz nnd Miss Helen Franzcn have completed a year's work at the Junior College at Britt and have returned to their homes for their summer vacation. MLss Erma Ward has returned Horn Mitchell. Iowa, where for :h: pafl several years she has taught In the grades She was reflected and oxp'cts to return in the fall. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kurtz ic.-k their daughter. Ivy Marie Kunz, back to her nurse's training work at M'nnc.ipolu Sunday following a several days' vifi' here with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ihno A. Gerce.-: nnd daughters Lavon nnd Sylvia Arn left Tuesday for Corydon where they will visit n week or longer nt tlv.- home of Ihno's brother. John and family. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Havcrly arc- 'he proud parents of a baby boy born to them Thursday morning. Ruth Carman Is very nbly caring for the new arrival, mother nnd household duties Mr .nnd Mrs. Gnle Stockwoll and 'cur children nnd a friend, all of Shellon sprnt. Memorial day In nnd about Wesley They were entertained at tne lomcs of Lon Gouge nnd" Oliver Young. Among those from Wesley who attended the funeral Thursday of Jo- <enh Coserove nt Algona were Mr. ana Mrs I. A. Gerries, Mr. nnd Mrs. Guy M. Butts, W. W. Sturdivnnt nnd Emll Wester. N. C. Nelson gashed his left hand quite badly Friday morning wh«n he was chopping wood at his home in the northwest part of town. The cut has caused him considerable pain and inconvenience. MLss Cecelia Otis left Monday for Mason City where she entered Hamilton University of Commerce for a years course in business education. Cecelia is a graduate of the Wesky high school with this year's class. Mrs Oscar Ericfcson nnd daughter, Evelyn nnd their aunt. Miss Arabella McP'ierson. left Monday for Elmhurst, where Miss McPherson will visit for .several weeks. Evelyn will return later for her s-tnior school year. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Erdmann nnd two daughters drove to Rockwell City Sunday to visit at the home of the Albright.-!. Mrs. Albright will be remembered h-'.rc- ns the Miss Martha Blrich, sister of Leo Bleich. I/v- Rlcke of Morgan, Minn., drove to Wesloy Saturday to spend a few clavs with home folks, being called here due to the critical Illness of his HUSBAND DIES AS FUNERAL PARTY RETURNS FROM WIFE'S GRAVE Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Schroeder, Respected Pioneers of Lakota Die I three children of Titonka were guests Sunday afternoon at the Wade Ball mother. Mrs. Henry Ricke. who is very ill with gall and liver trouble. F M. Wolf nnd sons nre holding a pure bred stock sale at their farm two miles southwest of Wesley. Tuesday June 12th. Several acuUoncors will be present, and a large out of town group of buyers is expected for the The American Legion Auxiliary ccm- mittee in charge of the ice cream social held Saturday night on main street •cports the receipts from the sale am- outlng to $12.45. and are very appre- Lakota: In last week's news we mentioned the Illness of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Schroeder, Sr., who were both suffering from pneumonia. Mrs. Schroeder passed away on Tuesday evening and the funeral services were held on Thursday afternoon. As the mourners returned home from the cemetery, Mr. Schroeder passed away and his .funeral was held Saturday afternoon. Mr. Schrceder was nearly 82 years of age, while Mrs. Schroeder would have been 67 on the 14th of June. Mr. and Mrs ^chroeder were life-long members of the Lutheran church and were pioneers of Ko.=suKh county. They leave to mourn five sons. George. William, Fred, Henrv and Herman and one daughter, Francis all of this place. One daughter. Lona, preceded them In death several years ago. John Aills who has been attending college nt German Valley, 111., arrived home Saturday to spend his summer vacation. Mrs Harvey Johnson and daughter. Betty nnd Mrs. Minnie Thavcs and Mrs. Verne Molinder were Armstrong visitors last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Rippentrop, Mrs E A. Wortman and son, Morris, and Miss Anna Sleper were Bancroft visitors Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Wright of Colo. home. Miss Lena Gutknecht arrived home Saturday from Mason City, where sine has been teaching in the McKinley school, to spend her summer vacation. Little Miss Genevieve Bruer accompanied her home for an extended visit. Victor Trip arrived here Friday from Beloit, Kansas, to attend the funeral services of his grandfather, Wm. Schroeder, Sr., that were held on Saturday. He was unable to get here ror his grandrm>ther"s funeral that was held Thursday. A miscellaneous shower was given on Thursday evening at the home of Dr. nnd Mrs. H. H. Murray in honor of Mfcs Anna Meyer. The evening was spent in guessing contests after wh ch Miss Meyer opened her gifts, which were many nnd useful. A lovely luncheon was served. MLss Anna Meyer of this plnce nnd Charles Tutton of Buffalo Center were' quietly married Friday morning at the Lutheran parsonage, by Rev. A. I. Boese They were attended by Miss Lvdia Junkcmeicr and George M^yer. Miss Meyer is the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Meyer and for the nnst several years has been office girl for Dr. H. H. Murray and Is well F . .»_ «»i n irt *Viir- /inmmiin- WHITTEMOEE NEWS Don Sylvester of Sioux City visited a few days at the Wm. HiRRins hom^. Mr and Mrs. Corey Haas of Estherville Visited friends here Wednesday. Jack Farrell and Joe Fcber trucked a load of cattle to Sioux Cltv Sunday. Curtis Quinn and Oeorse Taylir left for a visit at points In Illinois recently. Mrs Bertha Langerman of Hampton visited her friends, Kate Haas, Sunday Iowa.' and Mr. and Mrs. Rachut and Mr and Mrs. D. W. Smith of Burt v'.sltc'd Mr. and Mrs. John Jennings Sunday. Mi- and! M!rs. Martin Meyer and family of Garner visited relatives on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Fleming and Michael Fleming were Ruthven callers on Wednesday. Mr and Mrs. Wm. Longstreet of Decorah visited Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lehman recently. Meta Gade. R. N., of Aleona. spent Sunday with her parents. Mr. and Mis. Herman Gade. Marv Placid nnd Sister Mary Gertrude of Dubuque visited with local friends Friday. Marguerite and Joan Fleming nnc Marcella Cullen spent Thursday nin'-u in Emmetsburg. Mr nnd Mrs. Henrv Fclder spen Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Sullivan at Ledyard. Ava Simpson who taught nt Parkersburg arrived home Friday morning to Honed at Decorah, spent Sunday at their respective homes. : Bernard Schrier of Milwaukee arrlv- Pd Sunday for ft week's vls:t with Mr. and Mrs W P. Ringler. Mrs. Schrier has been here the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Hazelton Binder and abv left for their homes in Milwaukee ? uesday after visiting a few days with Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Ringler. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Oliver and Alice June Cairy went to Waseca Minn on Tuesday and visited «««> ™""day with Mrs. Harvey Oliver and family. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. ™* «"**** and John, spent the week end at Bamon, Minn., visiting Mrs. L. E. Towne. Mrs Fish remained lor a week's visit. Mr and Mrs. Jim Geelan and son, jimmy weVe in Fort Dodge'Wednesday visiting Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Schiltz. Mr*. Schlltz accompanied them home lor a visit. Mr M andSE S C. e w^bro 0 d f of Fenton visited Mr. and Mrs. Will Refers and the formers husband, Chas. Schemmel Sunday. Mrs Mike Tterney and daughter, Mary and Frank Flood of Indianaco^, who have been visiting Mrs^ James Foley, left for their home Thursday evening. A number of relatives and friends attended the funeral Monday of little Darlene Ludwig of Algona. She wasi 11 months old and the only child of Mr. and Mrs. Will Ludwig. Mr nnd Mrs. M. W. Fandel, Mrs. Alfr-d Semon and Mrs. Nick Scmon went to Rcmsen Monday to attend Mr. and Mrs. Fred Heindrich, Sr.. IT and Mrs. Ernest Fine of Addison, it visited the past week with the Fred Heindrich and fam- ,rmPT<! ly They left Monday to visit relatives i Minn. Mr and Mrs. C. E. Boyle, Mr. and Mrf'jim Boyle and Mrs. Catherine -vRripn left Friday morning for Oak- date to"visit Ma™Aim*i O'Brien. From there they went to Shullsberg, Wls., •so visit relatives. Mr and Mrs. J. 8. Cullen received word from Mr. and Mrs. Joseph. BC- nler of Detroit, Michigan, that a babV daughter was born to them May 31. Thev have a family of two girls, wtrs. Renter was formerly Anna Zita cui- len. known to the people in this commun- £pe nd her vacation. ItllUWII 1*1, l/ltv. if^*Jr*~ ity Mr. Tutton is the youngest son 01 J Tutton of Buffalo Center, and is employed at the Larson servlo? station at that place. After the ceremony the newly weds left, for a short visit with the groom's brother at Austin, and his sister at Waseca. Minn. They wUl commence housekeeping at Buffalo Center at once. UULrlUK I"-* V»«.»"t - - - , dative of the public patronising their aroject. Miss DeEtta Hall, principal of the Forest City high school, has completed another year's work at, the school there and has returned home for the summer. Miss Leota Hall of the New Ricfl- land. Minn., school has also returned for her vacation. Miss Lucill? Kunz was the honored guest at a miscellaneous bridal saower Riven nt the home of her grandmother. Mrs Elizabeth Matern, Thursday afternoon by the Misses Rita Sherman and Mary West. Lucille was the recipient of many pretty and useful sifts which will be treasured in h"r new home at Algona. Gordon Kunz accompanied by Jean Marie Corey and their grandmother. Mrs. Anna Kunz. drove up from DCS Moines Saturday night to b? present Monday mcrning for the wedding of Miss Lucille Kunz to R. E. Wehler. Grandma Kunz for the past two weeks had been n guest in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Art Cor-.y. Mr. and Mrs. George Mrs. J. F. Cruise and da geline mn'.orcd to Cedar where Monday "Van" registered nt tn'- lowa State Teachers' Co 1 If no lor a course in summer school triinmg in preparation for a teaching pos:t'ou The Aldriches and Mrs. returned the same day after enjoying a picnic diner and supper. Mr and Mrs. J. T. Meurer kft on Wednesday noon for Spencer where they are attending a two day state convention of Iowa Harness dealers. Registration took place at nine odors Thursday with J. T., the state pre;<dent calling to order at ten o clock nt the Tangncy hotel. This is their MUcr jubilee convention and promises to be OIK of interest from begnining to end. Miss Donna Cruise was honored at a tyre-nuptial miscellaneous shower at the home of Mrs. C. E. Ward Tuc'rtay »N ternoon of this week when three pir friends the Misses Mary and Mabel Kent and Erma Ward invited ir. a Inrgc eroup of friends for the occasion. Tne afternoon was pleasantly -spent in vis- Algona Girl Returns to Scenes of Youth Mrs. Steams, n-ce Josie Fohlin and er foster sister, Elva Olson of Beloit, Wis visited last week with Mrs. Sim Leigh in Irvington. The ladles came for Decoration day. Mrs. Leigh's maiden native was Julia Magnusson and for many years the Fohlin and Masnusspn nmilies were neighbors and the ladies were old school mates. Mrs. Stearns has not been back to Aleona and vic.- nitv for 10 years and has noted many c'ancrs Her parents owned and operated the greenhouses now managed bv the Huenholds and Mr. Fohlin was niso caretaker of the cemetery. Mrs. Stearns' husband is a traveling salesman out of Beloit. il iVtl »!<-".'•• "I — I - - , Iting. and together with a splendid .is sortmcnt of pretty and useful cults, the guests copkd for Donna, a number of their choicest recipes. Mrs Julius Kunz. John Rlchter and daughters. Tercse and Mane- ML ^ Isabelle Krrrins, Mr. and Mrs. Alfrod Erdmann. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Olson. Mrs Will Ward and the six Sisters in . , . , rt charge here of the parochial drove to go Aldridi and pocaholltas car j y Thursday mornln? dauahtcr. Evan- (hov wcn; to spcnd the clay with ar Fi-lU Sunday . ^ F- W esseling. formerlv It is not important that the world's largest brewery makes BUDWE1SER, but it is important > that the demand for BUDWEISER built the world's largest brewery. Budweiser KING OF BOTTLED BEER Order by the Case for your Home ANHEUSER-DUSCH"ST. LOUIS ather George _ charge of the parish here. A p:c it dinner was greatly enjoyed to- other with oth:r events of the day. The John Killlans. Lou Llcktelgs lobert Muehes. Joe and George Clnks 1 lof WeMey. were at the Frank CinK ionic last V,ek Sunday. May 27th •liore they helped Mr. and Mrs. Gink -clebrale their silver wedding anniver arv Tlie couple had Rone to church nd'upon their arrival home found heir place had been invaded with rlends who br:tight the makings Twenty Years Ago News (Taken from the files of the Upper Des Moines-Republican for the week of June 10. 1913) A large roomy perch was being built on the S. B. French residence. J. L. Bonar had completed a thorough remodelling of his residence on North Thorington street. i real dinner. OUv:r puesU f tho clay included .some neighbors, a roup of "friends from Britt, Woden, Vest Bend and St. Benedict. Ida Young's Sunday School class^ en- overt a picnic outing n t;he Call Staf >ark at Algona Friday afternoon when he lasers in a contest in membership ittendance entertained th,- •vinners. Tin- uffrnoon wa.s spent in playing and trailing through the park viewing its many natural sceneries with a lunch climaxing the ev-nt. Mrs Young and Dorothy Kraus helped Ida chaperon the group with the winners being Agnes Johnson, Nola Grattidgt, Donnadeile Hayne.s, Eugene Swc-.-t, Julias Monson- Verla Mac Johnson, Oer- aldine S»-efeld. Darwin Sweet. Sarah N.-11 Philips and H lene Pannkuk. rhe- tor-re were Kenneth Rowley, Floyd Sweet. Betty Graettidge. Amy Nelson, Andy J. Phillips. Thayer Mullin, Edard Johnson, Donnle Syverson and Domv-lle Erdmann. Miss Nancy Grat- dge of Clarion was a visitor. Mrs Chester Long had port? to her home town. Gl"n Ellyn, Illinois, the previous week to attend the marriage of a sister. A letter had Just been received bv one of the paper's subscribers in North Dakota stating that that state was prosperous with crops in good condition with plenty of rain. A carload of Hlostcln caltle had been purchased in Wisconsin by B. F. nt Titonka and it had been found that 20 out. of 2G cows had tuberculosis. The lo;>i ran into over a thoasand dollars. Mary Holtzbauer and W. A. Barry had been married the Wednesday be- for-.-. After their honeymoon trip thi couple had made their home on th corner Single cottage on East North street. Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Chubb and Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Adams had jast returned from a month'* trip through the east and south. They had first attended a Shriner's convention at Atlanta, Georgia. Mr and Mrs. Herman Fandel and family visited Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Brennen Wednesday. County Treasurer and Mrs. M. J. Duffy and family of Algona visited local relatives Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul J-essen and son. Ralph and Maxlne Smith left for Chicago Monday morning. Jim McCreery and daughters. Carol, Jean and Valory of Fonda visited local relatives Thursday evening. Dr and Mrs. L. A. Mosbach and daughter. Marilyn of Humboldt spent Sunday with local relatives. George Munch and Mrs. Susie Enj- ler of Arnold's Park, attended Memorial services here Wednesday. Father J. J. Hyland accompanied bv Mr. and Mrs. Joe McTigue nnd fnmily visited friends at Spenoer Sunday. Frank Bestenlehner. Annette and Francis drove to Ashton Sunda-" to visit the form-:r's cousin, Sister Mary Isadore. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Rochford and daughter, Shelia, visited the former's sister. Sister Mary De Pazza, Sunday at j Bancroft. John W. Cullen. student at St. Paul's fcminnry. St. Paul, came home Mondav to visit his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. S. Cullen. Mr. and Mrs. William Wagener and children of Clinton spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Augast S"hatt- Fchnelder. Ir:ne Rooney went to Spencer Sun- dav to visit her bra'.h-.r lorn Killer of Royal, who had undergone an nppend- citis operation. Ruth Balgcman. who taught at Shef- eld. arrived home to spend her vaca- ion with lv:r oarents, Mr. and Mrs. 'rank Balgeman. The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ack Frost died Wednesday and wai luricd Thursday afternoon In St. Ml:ha-el's cemcterv. Mrs. Velma McBride and daughter, Phyllis, left for Burt Sunday for an >xt:nded vLsit with her parents, Mr. ind Mrs. Schroeder. Ed Heller. John Keen and Henry Hahn, members of the CCC camp sta- the first Mass of Father Ahman and also visit Father Fandel. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Flnnell received word that their daughter, Mrs. H. V Hockenberry of Mason City submitted to a tumor operation in Des Moines She is doing as well as could be expected. NEW ELECTRICAL SHOP OPENS I am opening an electrical shop at my residence on 421 North Wooster St., and am equipped to do all kinds of wiring, electrical repairing, and motor overhauling. Call me for your next Electrical Work. Juli lan Arndorfer Phone 610. the olde maestro BEN BERNE Will be playing at the Surf Ballroom - Saturday, June 9 Need we say more—The Master of Dance Music at Your very doorstep this week. (Dancing 10 until 2:00) E. L. HATTEN, Distributor Britt, Iowa. WWVVVVVSAJVVV'J'J'^Ar^^JyVJVrtWr^^ • • I 3O Rounds Boxing I. O. O. F. Hall, Thursday, June 7 Doon. open 7:45 Show sUrfa 8:45 MAIN GO—6 Rounds LEWIS WILDIN vs. JACK HILL Algonu-HO UM. Pe^Momes-H* lto SEMI-WINDUP—6 Rounds YOUNG OSTWINKLE vs. ARNOLD FISHER Algon.j-135 Ibo. \Voa^B<-na - 3 .^ PRELIMINARIES Wendell Jergcnson, Algoia. 130 lb» vs. lt«d BehUuer. Al*oa, 135 Jbs. tiordoii WorsU-r. Alcana, 145 Ibs. \^. John Bakur, Algona, 115 Ib*. l>tajj, Al B oua W »>s. vs Bunuy J.rtUai, Algonii, M 11^- Proparatlons were being made at the time for the tour of farm Investigation which was to bo made by the Farm Crops and Soils department of Ames. Eight farms in Kossuth county were to be inspected and studied. BURT NEWS Here are some real values at OamWe ores. All Rubber Garden Hose, 250 unds pressure test, 25 ft., $1.19—Pure Manilla Rope %", 100 ft.. $3.49—and Admission :M L R. Daniels Is painting at the John ahling home west of Burt. Mrs Gus Thaves entertalntd the sewinK circle last Thursday. A children's day program will be Kiv- tn at the Methodist church Sunday. Marv Beth Coffin spent Mondav at the Henry Kluss home near Fenton. Mr and Mrs. Tver Nordin and son spent Sunday at the Alvy Ross home. Spraddling of Snarta. Wi5 is visiting his sister, Mrs. H. W. Train Miss Esther Godden was operated on for appendicitis at Bancroft last Pn day. Will Toebben of Chicago has bee vL-.iuni? his mother. Mrs. Anna Totb ben. A little son of Mr. and Mrs. Wi fr'laiK had hl» tonsils removed Mou day. Howurd Gc-ttman is visiun(? n Krandpareiits ftt Buffalo Center week. Mr F^bhii-.-r came last week to vis its daughter, Mrs. Jake Gifford ai :amily Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Johnion spent IX-curution day herv- with Mrs. Tillie IX-xU-r. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. McDonald and Estel Trainer Saturday. Rope u can still get soap at our low price th USED CARS 1 929 Pontiac coach 1930 Model A Ford truck 193! Essex coach 1931 Ford coupe In IWITV NO. 1S7NO NOTiri: in-' Ai'iM.irvriuN FOR VI TMOKITV TO M,\KK. I'OMI'HO- ".MIM-! SKTTI.HMKVr WITH MAT- in:\v IIAII:II AMI MAII%' IIAI i:i«, or in IIT, IOWA In II;.- liNirli-t 1'iiiirt of Icjwii. In niul for K.i-.--ulh County. 11 \V liiiti'M, SuiiiTlntPiiilctit of llank- ln^ c.f tljf Sliilt! nf Iowa, i'liiliillfr, ' ' Ko.^^utti ('ountv Stiitu Hank, Alw> IniVii, l»'fi-nilaiit. To AH 1 ifpiiHitorH and CrrMltorH Tin- K"-sinli I'ouiity Suite Iliink. Al- KMIIII, loW.l, illlll to Wliolll It Hlliy 0011" Vnii iin- lnTi-liy notified tliat tl now on III'- In tin- offlo- of tin: t.M.-rk (if HIM IMstrlrt Court nf KiiMMUlli «-•;;»' wu. tin: a|)|>lli-.-illiin of I). \V. lluti'H. ,-rlnlt-n<1i-nt of IlanklnK of It >• Iowa n H K.-o.-lvi-r of the Ko»»nth mnty State Hank. AlRonn, Iowa. u«k- K Hint hu In- aiitlKirlzi'd to make a iiiiiiroiiilMt: ni-ttl.-lin-iit with Mulliew nii.-r uinl Mary liiuH-r. of I'url. lowu. | •conllnK tu the tcrnm ael out In ipllriitlon, to which you are r«fcrrea ,r further particular*. You ur« further notified that the •mints on suirl application will lio hud L tlm court hoiiBe In Aluonii, Koxhuth juiity Iowa, on tie 10th rtav of June.] I> 19.14. nt two o'clock p. in., or salil ay at which time you may appear ana how rauHe, If any you have, why an riler sSioulil not tie entered an prayed | i eald application. BOARD PROCEEDINGS Auditor's Office. May 28, 1934. 10 i.viuck A. M. Board of Supervisors of Koxaut aunty mut pursuant to adjournmen will i all iiK-mbers present. uperlntendent of FianklnK of the tat.) of Iowa, an Receiver of the Koasuth County State Bank. Al j" owa By HAUUY V. HULL, Kxam'lner tn Charge. CAN YOU STOP? HiHi-powoml cars—crowded streets—fast traffic. "Will vour Brakes stop your car I A test oil our Firestone Electic, Brake Machine will reveal the exact condition of each brake on each wheel. This simple test is FREE and it is your insurance of Extra Driving Safety. Drive in today. \\e have n complete line of the new Firestone Aquaprut Brake Lininp. "Aquapruf", n new Firestone process prevents the absorption of water or moisture. Firestone Aquapruf Brake Lining provides sate, sure stops in wet or dry weather. JUNE SPECIALS Vacuum Cleaning FREE With each car wash or car greasing Save 75c or more on this offer. Now the dirt storms are over and the rains have settled the dust, you will want your upholstery cleaned to prevent soiling your light colored clothes. Tire Service Co. "MAC" Phone 856 VIC . . . drove to Mankato on Motion hy llVlki-n and second Ijy Mc- iitiild that contract for yravclinK s,,,,,n.lary Houd^ UIM rlrtK^ N(_>- ?,2g"^:'jl "n4l r ''sr!- r> »3 he uwurilerl to \V. ft. Will- "i.nis' llakotu City, luwu. and Seron.l- uv lioa.l iJl.-trlcts No. 1 -,?>-2:.l-'^^-•tn'J- J01-">;'J--T')--'i 1- -"•- '-''"' -2S7-2 'jU-'l'J'i be nJi-'l t" I'.-iul (.'oji.siruclion ('ompany, Kort l)oil«i-. Iowa. A yen: all- Motion l>y lialKeman and serdnd hy M.'-lmnahl that .1. J. Hyland. \Vhltte- inon- Iff. I,,: Blvun a refund of »> h.-ad'tax hecuiiHu of lielnts erroneously us u,.s S ,.,i in i!i:i:i. Ayes: all. M.jtlon hy McDonald and uei-ond by H-lken that class "rt" penult h,- Uuu- to AlKona Country Club, Alao "in inotl'i'n' 'Uuanl adjourned to nine ,ocu A. M.June ^m^. T[KU County Auditor A iuiiuly reunion was held Sunday at the hum- of Mrs. Bertha Schwu-tert and bun. Erwin. Mr utid Mrs. Roy Jenwn of Lo Ruck .spent Decoration day at tn? U Chipuun l.onie. LfbUr SclVAitUTt of Clear Lake soent Sunday her- wiUi hU mothtr. M- Ut-rtha Schwie'.trt. Algona Auto Market AW.-i .if r.iui-t Jlou.-M^ M -..^,•,,^,^^•,^,.^,...;M^^••>.;^•:••:•^:^-;":•';^^••;^•^•:^•:^'^/.":•.'^•^-'X^>;•o^vv^.o.o,vO' o bo. "liuR = WANT~Abs BRING QUICK RESULTS Congregational Church T: f Woiii'-n's A-SoOciution will m i(.,,!-i nt the church Eton's circl Thuuyiuni<,on 3 o'dock. Mr.v I.l.:u';i t'uruiu Thufi^Uay Sui-uay School nnd church to-c-iher in our Children'.; Kunuav niorning at 10.30. \vi;i-;u NOTICK This Is t,, notify ^11 pmptrty ownura hut noxious wi-tila should be iK-ntroy 1 by I he propi-ny owners on bufuru U Thls i'i.c'luii.-H Smooth Mock. Burkhorn VIM Mu.-lurJ. yuurk «!ra.»,s. Sour ..' •url.-d ln.i-U. funuiltt Tl iHtle. Horn sVUlc \Vlhl ]'ui-i..ii. Wll.l farr,,t, HUM luii Thiatl.- ami Sow Thialh: h.-twue I i- i:,(h chiv "f .luni- iiiid the l.-t 'la ,f .lulv. l!i-!l ::n.l 1..-IW.-.-H the l-'lh <'•'.- ] .1 .liilv. l'j:;4. und the I&ih Juy ul Aug" '4l .'.oi'lV].,. -k. C.icklebur. \Vlhl ,- V. Ivi-t \V>-i-'I. hetw.-i-n th'- >f .lulv. Hi::4. and tin; ISlh <l.i v -t i'j::t ami biixvon ti,,- ir.ih i • .: I aii.1 the l&lh day uf Sep- l.'ild i,rd..-r Is i-.iinplK-il with 1 r.'Mll!ii:-.-hin>-r »'IH <•""'"-• k:il'l ., h.- <I.-:,tr.iyid Ulld tl-..: "'""I I., ., .1 t,j the "'•'• l-'.'l- ol tl e J.lo- •iunrlo ' ', "";." Kli W NK .id Chevrolet Price Redactions $35 on Master Passenger Cars $50 on Trucks USED CARS One 1933 Chevrolet Coupe One 1933 Chevrolet Coach One 1929 Ford Tudor One used 8 ft Grain Box Cheap B——- _ .P..^^^— i «— — — — ——-—-— D. Parsons announces he does all kinds of Painting. KOHLHAAS BROS. j

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