The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 14, 1934 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 14, 1934
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FRANK FOLEY DIES ATJVEST BEND Pioneer West Bend Man Succumbs After Several Years of 111 Health Wrst Bend: The community was saddened to hear of the death of Frank Foley Tuesday morning. He had been in failing health for the past two years, although he was able to be up and went up town quite often Frank M. Poley was born at'sioom- Jngton. III., January 22. 1856. His parents moved to Dss Moines, Iowa, when lie was 3 years old, later moving to Earlville, Mo. He was married Feb 16, 1879 to Elizabeth Campbell. In 1883, they moved to Iowa, cominp in a covered wagon. In 1892 they moved to their own farm and lived there except one year, until they moved to west, Bend in I!)li. wher» they have since resided. Mr. Foley united with the Methodist church in" 1893, fervingr the church as trustee and in various otter ways. He was a member of the Odd Fellows lodge and a charter member of the Rebekahs since its organization. Mr. and Mrs. Foley were parents of five children, two of whom preceded him in death. Maude. 3 years old. and John Harris, a baby. Mr. Foley was one of a family of 12 children. Three survive him. two brothers. Bud of Bedford John of St. Jo?eph, MO., nnd orw sister, Mrs. E. McMahon of Fairfax, Mo The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, June 14,1934 where .she graduated from Coe College on that day. Mr. and Mrs. H. Dubbs of Carlisle, Pc.nn., spent a f?w days the past week at the homo of his brother, O. W. Dubbs and family. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Funk of Waterloo came Friday <-vrnin» for a week end visit at the home of her sister Mrs. H. A. Sloan. _ Mr. and Mrs. cleve Carter of Gract- ;inger and Mr. and Mrs. Chns. Carter of Rodman attended the funeral of Frank Foley Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Dorweller have moved their household goods to Fort Dodge where Phil will be closer to his work. He has been driving back and orth. Mrs. Ina Nylen of Santa Barbara, California, and Charks Foley of Phoenix. Arizona, arrived Friday morning o attend the funeral of their father Frank Foley. LONE ROCK BOYS MAKING FINE RECORDS WITH FAST COLLEGE BALL CLUBS THEATRE He is also survived by his wife one daughter, Mrs. Ina Mylen of Santa Barbara. California, two soas, Chas of Phoenix. Arizona, and George O of West Bend. Eight grandchildren and two great grandchildren also survive The funeral was held Friday at 2:30 at the Methodist church. Rev. F. W. Whitford conducting the services. Burial was made in the West Bend cemetery. The Odd Fellows and Rebekahs att-rnded in a body. Tlie pallbearers were Frank Shellmyer, Ira Pauley. Geo Jacob.-. Cecil Baughman. H. M. 'Mantz and George Wise. Clarence Munson spent Tuesday at Jackson, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Woito are visiting her parents in Guttenberg for a time. Mrs. Bert Saldow of Cylinder visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Vance Mi?s Norma Monarch Is spending 2 Tliip new serial. "The Lost Jungle" featuring HagentKCk-Wnllnce's famed animal trainer. Clyde Bcatty. started off with a ban? Friday night at the Call theatre and thrilled children and grown-ups again Saturday afternoon and evening. In our •estimation this starts off on its way to being the biggest and best Gordon and Donald Blan chard, Brothers—One as Pitcher, Other Shortstop Lone Rock: Sport fans of Kossuth county have been noticing two Lone Rock boys' na.mes in the lineup of the. baseball game between Iowa State Teachers College and Luther College played last week Monday afternoon at Cedar Falls. These boys have shown real athletic prowess during their experience In college athletics and are apt to tease the appetites of big league scoute following the college teams for new material. The two boys are Gordon and Donald Blanchard. sons of Mr. and Mrs j M. Blanchnrd cf Lone Rock. Gordon completed his sophomore year at the State Teachers College and has been developing into a bn.s-rball pitcher of first class. He has been leading his college team of potential teachers to a series of victories and In the Monday game with Luther, cut of 36 batters he allowed only 7 hits and won his game by a .=cor-e of 5 to 1. The week before his team won from Carleton College 7 to 6, the game being very largely a battle between pitchers In which Gordon won cut. He has struck out 43 men in the past 4 games. Donald, a senior also at the State Teachers College, has been unfortunate this season. In badly spraining an an- kl« early In the season and able to play only a few games. However, in song, A Sunbeam, girls' class; recita- IA (ion, Sidney Bruce Humphrey, Eldo Brown and Richard Theesfleld; reel tation nnd song, Phyllis Gibbons an girls; recitation, Georgia Gerhards song. Praising the King, Sunday school scripture reading, two classes; rainbo 1 exercises, eight girls; song, Birdies In th.p Tree Tops, Georgia Gerhnrds and Janet McFall; dialogue and song, girls class; boys' musical numbers. -he recent games he has giving an Lakota People Attend Achievement Day Those from here who attended Achievement Day at Bancroft last Tuesday were the Mesdames John and Jer- rv Heetland, O. H. Frerking, Julia Wortman, J. B. Ukena, J. H. Wnrbur- ton, Walter and Louis Sachs, Frank Lewis, J. E. Telkamp. L. A. NItz, A shortstop backing up his pitcher-bro- her in nice s'yle. In the previous three seasons he had built up a record of flashy achievement that misfortunes of this year could not obliterate Gn-don pitched his first game for the Algona Independents Sunday in a game von from the Bancroft Lions by a score f 4 to 2. Donald is also playing with he Algona nine. NEWJAILATFENTON ORDERED BUILT BY THE TOWN COUNCIL past funeral of Frank weeks at the Fred Schmidt home near cylinder. Miss Mary Jane Crisman has been naving a .'iege of the mcasks the ten days. Misses Gladys and Marian Rising of Algona visited at the Irwin Slrellmyer home Sunday . Mr. and Mrs. Vane Graham of Hardy spent Sunday at the parental Gene Graham home. Mr. and Mrs. George Spear of Havelock attended the Foley here Friday. Miss Grace Sloan and Roger Wooley left Sunday evening for Nevada, Iowa, to spend a few weeks. Mrs. Mart Brown and daughter, Ju- anlta of Emmetsburg attended the funeral or Mr. Foley Friday. Mr and Mrs. Fred Law and twin daughters were down from Rodman on Thursday visiting relatives. Clifford Munson returned Thursday from Chicago where he attended the World's Fair for a few days. Miss Bessie Sloan came from Buffalo Center Friday evening and will spend the summer with home folks. Mr. and Mrs. Da!e Emerson and son of St. Louis are visiting for two weeks at the George Emerson home. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Vohs returned on Saturday from Chicago where they attended the World's Fair the past week. Misses Mildred Dubbs. Irene Mikes Helen Watson, Dorothy Miller and Geneva Baird spent Wednesday in Algona. Mr. arid Mrs. John Banwart of Rodman and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Zinnell serial Mr. Rice has ever shown at the Call and we have seen moft of them. In fact w<> were very enthusiastic over this one where previously we haven't expressed ourselves very much. Perhaps one reason for our enthusiasm was the fact that three or four years ago we met Clyde Beatty in Algona as w e were scouting around the back lot of the Hagenbeck-Wallace circus when it was shown here in the Gcdfredson pastures. Many of our readers will undoubtedly recall having seen Mr. Beatty's act in which he combines lions lifers, bears, panthers, into one of the nost scR*3fional animal act of circus- dnm, nnd as we understand it. he was the first to make the combination Since th:n a Mr. Kintj has developed nn act of similar nature as was noted in the news re»l shown last week on Thursday and Friday. Beatty started his animal training career while a young man in his t-ceas, and is still a youn? fellow. The- picture was filmed partly on the HaRcnbeck-Wallace winter quarters so that the makers could make use of any of the animals owned by the circus, and it promises to be A-l. The Haernberk-Wallnoe circus is owned by the Ringling Bras., who have born re- cocrnized for many years a.s the Circus Modern Builders Secure th< Contract for Brick Structure to be Built at Once Fenton: The regular ipeeting of the town council was held last week Monday night. The council has planned :o build a new jail. The building wil be a 14 by 20 hollow brick structure equipped with double cells for four bunks. The Modern Builders secured the contract. The council moved to accept the resignation of J. A. Schwartz as town clerk as soon as necessary for him to take over the duties of Fenton postmaster. They also accented the resignation of F. J. Weisbrod as coun-il- man and accepted his application for town clerk. J. F. Newel was appoint-ci councilman in Mr. Wi-ist rod's place. Shower for Alvlra Kranse Mrs. Amos Finnestad. Mrs. Truman Johnson and Mrs. Clarence Wegencr were joint hostesses at a miscellaneous pre-nuptial shower honoring Alvira Krauso at the former's home last Thursday ev-rning. Miss was the recipient of many beautiful arid useful gift?. The evening was spent in playing bridge. Many of those invited wore unable to come because of the weather. Those _attending were the """"' ~ - - - v Yager J. H. Holcomb and the Misses Emma Gutknecht, Gertrude Wortman and Dorothy Ukena. Council Minutes AJgona. Iowa, May 31, 1934.—city council met in regular session on this day at the city hall, and among other things allowed the following bills: Electric Fond J. W. Kelly, salary S145.00 Leo Bellock. salary 12900 Tom Halpin. salary 9500 Tom Halpin. salary 2500 Walter Gorman, salary [Ray Barton, salary Aerio Service Station, gas & oil 11.11 Tire Service Co., gas 1.00 Jesse TJmbenhower, care of dump 12.50 Tom Akre, rent 10.42 Ralph Elbert, repairs 11.82 Haggard & Waller, printing .. 26.18 Advance Publishing Co., printing 15.18 Standard Oil Co.. gas nnd oil . 2.99 Jesse Lashbrook, salary 65.00 Jesse Liishbrook. salary 40.00 Elliott Skllllng, man & team .. 92.40 Elliott Skllllng, man <fc team .. 48.00 Willard Gregson, man <te team . 48.00 Willard Gregson, man & team .. 86.40 George Ounder, labor 66.30 George Gunder, labor 7.20 LAKOTA NEWS George Ounder, April labor 58.80 Oliver Bnkfcfen, labor ........ 62.40 Oliver Bakken, labor .......... 9.60 Frank Skilling, labor .......... 53.10 Frank Skilling, labor .......... 14.40 Louis Hagpr, labor ........... 43 80 Harley Palmer et aJ, labor . . 620.60 3eorge Holtzbauer. mdse ....... 3.72 Jotsford Lumber Co.. mdse. . . 2i3.28 ''ort Dodge Steel <fe Foundry Co., mdse ................... .' ..... 86.53 Fort Dodge Steel ft Foundry Co., 2P2.40 own Culvert <fe Pipe Co.. mdse. 42.41 Sp?ncer Cement Block Works, mdse ........................ 646.75 telberg's Garage, repairs ....... 2.03 Hesley & Johnson, ga.s «fe oil 19.45 S^hT^^-r •< M^. H^^-n^ary-:::::: i£SS Haasc's father. Chris Widdel. Mr nnd Mrs. Clyde Brooks and thei daughter. Beverly Ann of Iowa Fall spent Saturday and Sunday at the :s. Brooks' parents, Mr. and ,, , Light and her sist-er, Mrs Melvin Mansager and family. Mr and Mrs. J. A. Harmon "and their daughter. Patricia of New Ulm, Minn visited Friday and Saturday at the hcme of the former's sister. Mrs F P. Newel. Mr. Harmon is the athletic coach in the public school at. New Ulm Fred Mortenson and Rhinehold Laabs who lest their guns while fishing from a boat on Mud Lake, and the upset drowning " months hree guns. Condition. companion about ago, recently found the The guns were in good Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jentz. former enton residents and who have been onducting a i unc h rcom at Graetting- r since leaving here in the sprim* loved to AJgona this week Monday' >e S Co C f^S h hop SCCUIV:d emp ' 0ymcnt at Mr. and Mrs. Wrsl ..,.„. ,,. OK..V wiuer ana aughter, Joan of Des Moine.< came atUr ^\ f ° r a ViMt at thc hr »"e of ' .spent home. Sunday 0.1 the Henry Eisier Mr. and Mrs. John Larson of Kanawha spent, Sunday at the home of Mr. Larson's sliUT, Mrs. M. T. Munson and fumlly. Miss Oozina Schutter came home on Monday evening from Cedar Rapids. in th? The Ringling Bras., original! came from Baraboo. Wisconsin. Thei winters quarters are at Sarasota, Flori da. "Twenty Million Sweethearts" wit! those two stars who arc fast becomin favorites, Dick Powell of tho goldci voice and Ginger Rogers, the pepp Red head, was on the program for en tertainment last night and again to night. The story cohcerns a rndk crooner and his public, girl and troub les. Several new song hits are Intro duced. • • * Manager Rice offers two hilarious comedies which are guaranteed to put you in gales of laughter. Next Friday and Saturday, "Hollywood Party" Is on the program at the Call. This Is billed as the answer to: "Is there anything new under the sun?" and with a cast which includes Laurel and Hardy, Jimmv Durante, Charles Butterworth, Polly Moran, Lupe Velez, Jack Pearl and even the celebrated Mick-ry Mouse, we think it probably is And incidentally this is Mickey Mouse's first appearance in a feature-length film. "Many Happy Returns" with those nitwits of the networks, George Burns and Grade Allen, is en for next Sunday and Monday. Interspersed between George and Garcic's hilarious udven- tur-s, Guy Lombardo and his Royal Canadians offer their incomparable music. Joan Mar.^li and Ray Milland are the love intere.-.t. Earl Carroll's ".Murder at tlie Van'.<•!-," will run for three days, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of next week. H-v.uMlul fjjrls have bf-vn Earl Carroll's trademark for years and this pro- duotion has its quota. "Murder at the Vanities," however, is more than a pay. !>•. aiitiful, tuneful spectad-- nnd also h:is a mystery itory tha>. will hold your interest. Two ''.stars <")!' the future" are introduced to the Am riran public t-' the first, time, Carl Hri.-.Min. Kuro]x-on matinee Idol and the amateur W(-lter-wi-i'-'ht champion of Denmark, and Kittv Carlisle win s-'icak.- French I!;,h,n ;uvi Oer- -• —, «T . A . VJilll] Clarcnoe Thecsfield. Ray Stoeber, C. O Bailey. E. K. Johnson. Ernest Voett'er Everett. Dreyer. and Maurice Wallace' Mrs. E. J. Frank received the lii^h scor? prize and Mrs. Ernest Voettler »hc consolation prize. S. E. Straley purchased a new Ford car from an Algona dealer last week. Russell Geronsin returned home last week from an extended visit with Natives in Clinton. Mathilda Ruhnke and Marvel Elbert left last week Tue.sday for Cedar Falls Iowa State where they will attend Teachers' College. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Johnson and ilsle Johnson of Bancroft and Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Johnson were Sunday guests at the Charles Newel home. Mr. and Mrs. F. P. N<?wel and Mr and Mrs. S. E. Straley and daughter. Juanlta Mae, were entertained at the N. R. Wolfe home Sunday. Arthur Kuecker arrived home last week from Ames where h-e has finlsh- ~d his .second year of dairy husbandry t the .state agricultural college. Dr. and Mrs. J. T. Waite, Frank Bailey, Frances Bailey and HanU-y Bailey were entertained at the Dr. A '". Whitlow hcme in Armstrong Sun- lay. Mrs. Herman Luedtke ha.s r<-turtK-d rom Savanaah, Missouri, where she •ent several weeks ago to take treat- vnts for a growth she feart-d might e cancer. The Methodist Aid society will meet thLS w-u-k in the church parlor. Hostesses will be the Me.sdames J. B. Hann-n George Goetsch. Wm. O.sborn and Ed Weisbrod. Mrs. Harv-:- Higley returned home Mrs. Witter's parents, Mr. and Mr?. & A. Huskamp. Mr. Witter returned and Mrs. Witter and Joan will rema n for a longer visit. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Zumach. Mr. and Mrs Earl Thewflrld and Lucille Theesfield are enjoying a two weeks' vacation at Ladysmith, Wis. Mrs. Zumach C. C. Wright., salary 70 oc Adah Carlson, salary .. 125,(X Ernst Thiel, meter reading .'." 25 2C O. M. Monroe, labor 5625 O. M. Monroe, labor 10 00 Mrs. J. A. Freeh et al. labor .. 6 70 Wm. Muckey et al. labor 178 35 Graybar Electric Co.. mdse. .. 14 48 Line Material Co., mdse 21 75 Mall-rable Iron Range Co.. mdse. 41064 Terry Durin Co.. mdse 20 10 Keuffel & Esser Co.. mdse W. D. Allen Mfg. Co.. mdse" Electric Supply Co., mdse. . Topical Paint & Oil Co., mdse. Pep Mfg. Co.. mdse Fulton Iron Works Co.. mdse. Kennedy & Parsons Co. mdse teneral Electric Co., mdse. General EKctric Supply Corp, 3094 20.79 807 38 59 88 3 28 265 3244 14 12 168.88 . -owan & Cowan, poles . . . 886 77 M. St. P. & p. Ry., f r t. on 467.06 r orbes Petroleum Co., gas oil.. 23586 Forbes Petroleum Co.. gas oil .. 485 79 ~ M. St. P. & p. Ry,, frt. on [is oil 522 8T West Disinfecting Co'.,"rndsc."l 59'.19 •airbanks Morse Co., mdse 8865 Vfatt Parrott Co., mdse 6 27 Standard Oil, gas and oil .'. 5.15 De Laval Separator Co.. mdse. .. 30 52 •Jelson Hdwe. Co.. mdse 14.72 f. R. Cowan <fc Son, labor 1.00 Cresco-Union Electric Co., sign 2.49 anborn Map Co., mdse 3000 iVcstcrn Union, service 1.39 {ohlhaas & Spill-cs. mdse. .... 35^ Chns. S. Johnson, mdse 2.75 kelly Oil Co.. gas <fc oil 52 ieo. L. Miller, labor 7.11 '. S. Norton & Son. nidse. .. 67.10 . S. Norton & Son, mdse 70.17 'elson Hdwe. mrts-? 4.95 Cohlhnas & Spilles, mdse 7.32 Kent Motor Co.. repairs 10.69 Aleona Marketing Co., gas ft oil 11.82 Ross Coleman. gravel 1.25 C.O" Mrs. Julia Wortman and Gertrude Wortman were Algona visitors last Saturday. The Misses Emma and Louise Thaves were business visitors at Algona Friday afternoon. E. R. Worley was at Algona last Friday afternoon where he attended to business matters. Mrs. Julia Worbman attended the mission festival held at the Ramsey Reformed church last Wednesday. Mrs. Raymond Smith returned home last Thursday evening: from a visit of several days with her mother, Mrs. Dawson at Aurelia, Iowa. The little daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Jasper Stenhard spent several days last week at. the home of her uncle, John Steenhard. Jr., and family. Mr and Mrs. E. A. Wortman and son. Morris, spent Saturday anf\ Sunday with the Michael Winter and Earl Goodnow families at Mason City. ,,r. E ' w °rtman and sons, Mrs. Wm Turley and the Misses Gertrude Wortman and Arlene Lewis were Al- rr*i»n _.t -Ii ___ » , ___ , " *,» v. Xil™ last Wedtifesday after- gona visitors noon. Miss Minon Sturdevant, who Is taking a nurses' training course at Fort Dodge, arrived home the latter part of the week for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oran Sturdevant. N. W. Bell Tel. Co.. service.... F.. W. Hansen. mdse. 3.32 3.00 C. E Chubb, engineer 268.00 C. E. Chubb, engineer 16.00 Peter Chubb, engineer 3.00 Peter Chubb, engineer 10.00 Pool Fund Louis Hagg, labor 3.90 Prier Brass Mfg. Co.. mdse. . 107.28 Mill Owners Mutual, ins 13.60 Iowa State Bank, coupons 880.00 Monsanto Chemical Ct>., chemical 12.63 Midland Chemical Co.. chemical 10.00 United Chemical Co.. ch-emical 6.80 American Air Filter Co.. mdse. 255.72 E. W. Hanson, mdse 75.80 Sewer Fund J. W. Kelly, salary 25.00 John Helmers et al. labor 19.20 Fire Fund C. C. Wright, salary 45.00 Salph Elbcrt, repair 25 46 Skelly Oil Co., gas & oil 4.87 P ' Boese - Christ, Do - , Paul Hertzke and Walter Sachs returned home on Tlmreday from a trip through South Dakota and Minnesota They report the crop conditions wry The Ledyard township farm bureau was entertained at the George Moulton home on Friday evening. Talks were given by County Agent Bonnstetter and Rev. Frerking and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. j. H. Holcomb sang a duet. Lapp's Master Service, repairs W. S. Darley & Co., siren .. 2.00 23.70 and deacons and faml- onM * ?) d » e Presbytery met on Monday at Twin Lakes for a plc- n ic and business meeting. Among those going from here were the Frer- k 'n,5 family, Mrs. J. E. Ukena and children and Mr .and Mrs. J. R. Heet- . . - • • •---• •»•»• o. t-iuiiiuv.ii — "•»« •-•• »_>K &_>}Jtit-„o, muoC. . . JD iiO and the Theesfielcls are former resi- Kooth fc Olson, labor . 45 04 d-:nts of Ladysmith. They expect to ' " ~" ~ return home this week Thursday. Mrs. Earl Dean returned home Sun day from a week's visit with her dnuuh tor, Mrs. Wallace Brown at Gruv=r Mr. and Mrs. Brown became th« par ents of a ten pound boy last week. Mrs Brown was before her marriage, 2ei ma Ditsworth and well known here Mr. Mr ^», MTS r Henry Darner and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Faunter of Ccy inn n*,,,,, „— entertained at, th Ion, Minn., were In ; one of Ui.- b. r a.i tii.-- imn.i!"-! :• '' .•'! th" Valiiti, ctiiiii.-'iit t i- i -,vr hshnobb- d with !M-> in the o!e.-i of his the .--how '•vi 11 be big Watch for "I.itile Mi.-vs Marker" with • i;;'-y-\u- old Wii:rl<-y Teni|)U- v.h:ch is iiiinr.;,' to the Call Tr.catr- Sund.-.y j -i.'.d Mondav Friday evening from Rochester, Minn , where she lia.s six-lit the past two weeks in the hospital. She underw.-nt an appendicitis operation. Mrs. S. E. Straley entertained the Hook and Needle club at ht-r home. I last wet-k Tuesday evening. Mrs. W |E. IJrace and Mr.s. Gerald Biitc,- of Hurt w n; club (juests. Mr.-;. John Kramer ;-.i;d chikin-n Lillian. Harold and Lloyd went to I. li< :<! Minn., la-t T.-.ur. duv for at, the in/in- of the tijiiili-r Mi', and Mr.,. Nels Krogli. Aujjc:t Kre.v>in and .Mr. H'.vank of Clnifjii. Minn., visited .... s th tin: torm- er'o i:iiuxhu-r. Mi:,. John Ciraint-n/. and family Monday. They were i-nr-/ute to LuVenie on a bu.ine:-o rni:-..-,iou. Tile Wm. Herman and E. A. HILS- timv. r V» .. . «-"vci I.UIHCU Uj ine \Vilbert Hoiidorf home Sunday. In Uve afternoon Mr. Holldorf took his guests Mr. Kramer and Mr. Faunter to West tion d to SCe thC Grotto ° r the Redemp- Wllfred Reimers of Des Moines, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Reimers of this place, was marrl+'d Friday in Des Moines. He and his bride visited with relatives here Saturday and Sunday wd returned to Des Moines Sunday owning where Mr. Reimers holds a csponsible position. The Standard Bearer girls met. last week Tuesday evening in the Methodist church parlor with Ruth Glaus and Gladys Sto-ber, hoste.wes. Nettie Weisbrod assisted by Marjorie Bailey, had charge of the study period. Plans WIT.' made for (he convention to be held at Belmond, June W. Mrs. Anna Of;born and son, Earl Mrs Jennie Jensen and son, Vernon, drove to Garretson, South Dakota, last Wed- neiday to attend the fumral of Arlo Hokeiwtad. They returned the same evening. The dec<?a.sed wa.s th-e granddaughter of Mrs. Han.s Jeasen, who death ^"^ °" Monda i' telon her Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Thfsrde and children, Zelda and Dak- of Waterloo Wi.s. cam t . Friday and visited until Sunday with Fenton fri-nds. Mrs was formerly Katie D-.-hii'rt and i.s well known here. They l--n on ,. ond ^ for Lu Verne for a vLsit witn brother, E. H. Dehncrt Oil Co.. gas and oil 13.26 Standard Oil Co.. mdse 15.9 Express Co., express 6.25 II- W. Post. frt. and dray .. 21 2i H. W. Post, frt. and dray .'.' 140 Rev and Mrs. O. H. Frorklng and Mrs. Julia Wortman wer c at Buffalo Center Sunday afternoon where they visited with Irene Rippentrop, who Is at the hospital there having undergone an operation for appendicitis. Irene Is a granddaughter of C. K. Rippentrop, and Mr. and Mrs. Bertus Jansen. iWJWWV^WVW.fjwv^^ 2 Si Anro Service, gas and oil ____ Advance Publishing Co., printing 5807 Haggard & Waller, printing . . 12 21 N. W. Bell Tel. Co.. service ____ 24 73 West. Electric Supply Co., mdse. 936 5< K. D. James, mdse ............ 3 Ray Anderson et al, refund de- 15.00 Water Fund J. W. Kelly, salary ............ 6500 Frank Ostrum, salary ........ 115.00 Harry Barton, salary ..... 1 1 1 Ot Laura Mitchell, .salary ..... 95 00 Earl Bowman, labor .......... 97.50 John Helmers ct al, labor ...... 339 75 American Foundry & Mfg. Co , 186.98 r\<.s;ern Metal Products Co , mdse ........................ 20J58 ^rane Co., mdse ............... 80 96 Lelghton Supply Co., mdse. .. 5802 "eorge Holtzbauer, mdse. ... 1188 ?alph Elbert. labor ............ 4.75 Skelly Oil Co., gas and oil . . 27.58 I. W., frt. and dray ...... 8.82 aing & Muckey, mdse ......... 3 71 dvancc Publishing Co., printing 1140 laggard <fe Waller, printing .... 59.19 3. Norton & Son, mdse ....... 1.87 amos B. Clow A: Sons, mdse. '. 7^46 General Fund '• w - Green, salary ............ 108 00 '. W. Green, dogs ............ 2 50 r. A. Van ALstyne, salary ____ 54.00 I. A. Van Alstyne, salary .... 54.00 Be Selfish about It! If you have property that is earning less than it should, or that is not bringing in any revenue at all, consider what can be applied to it in the matter ot labor and materials to so increase its basic value as to m-atc new revenue-bringing possibili- ies for yon. Be 7-eally selfish. Look at this condition from the selfish angle. Let the desire of ma- : terial manufacturers, contractors and skilled labor ' tor immediate activity serve you in having this va/uahle work done at considerably reduced costs. Botsford Lumber Co. .Mrs. . and family. parent Mr. and Mrs. John infers and daugh- er. V.-rub.). drove to Sf/ulh Cre.sco on faaiurday wh,.-re Mrs. Ulier.s attend d the b.ithday iuiuiver.-,ane, of in r mother. Mrs. Win. (ire.-nti-!d and Mrs H';b. :-t Kunchey h id at tile Win Run(hey J.oniir. Oil Hundny tile Ulfers Jj/Mily di-o-.e t,, Maruni for a vi.-it U - Ml '' UU ' /r °' M;>lu1 "' Mrs ' John l^o™.™™^^^^ JUNE, the Month of Brides RICHARDSON'S, the Place to Buy Complete Home Furnishings iMltLji. liir,,!,.,.,, .,.,.,. J ,1 it . . ^1^^ For Your Vacation an ARVIN Auto Radio Enjoy a radio oil that Sunnier outing by one of thtot fine ruaius installed pcak-.-r, BUJX.-J-- hook-up radio —installed io your cur. wu9.95 and up Shirley Radio Service k.imp lainili s and Mr.-,. W--.-,l»-y Wi'.'.er and daughter, Joan of De.s Mujiie., u-re enteitaim-d .Sunday at the Cliirente Arb j/ lioine n>-ur Emmetiburg. Mr. and Mio. F. C. are enjoying a visit fi-i-'in their .son, Harry and wile and duufjlr.vr, Carol, of Peoria, 111, and Uieir ;on, Glenn and ii-.c-nd. Leuna Kellog of Guult since lait week. The chimney on the public school was struck by lighuung Fi-iday forenoon. It was badly damaged. The turiiiice doors were thrown op-, n aud soot and aihes blown over the room. J P. Nvwel. F. P. Newel, Ray Priebf, Karl Schwartz, H. E. Reimers and August Zumach attended a meeting and banquet at Algona Thursday night apoiusored by the Mason City Commercial Club. Mc.via/,i<-.s W. R. Wolfe. Hans ! Laago. August Nelson and O. H Gra- iha/n (,( this place atUnded tlie regular meeting of the Kossuth county American Legion Auxiliary held last week Wednesday afternoon ut the Country Club at Algona. Election of county otliu-rs was held. Mrs. W. R. Wolfe wa:> named county .v.cretary. Installation of officers will be held Tuesday August 7, at Swea City. Baptismal services were administered to eignt children at the Methodist church Sunday following the Children's Oay toi-rvices. They were: Virginia Ruth, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Mueller; Kaye Chris, son of Dr. and Mrs E. W. Ru-ske; Marilyn, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Donald Weisbrod' Beverly Ann, daughter of Mr and Mrs Clyde Brooks of Iowa Falls; Juanlta Mat-, daughter of Mr. and Mrs 8 E Struley; Doris Mae, daughter of Mr. Fenton and Whittemore Independent a Mr6 ' Roy Osbom; Robert Dean, baseball teams played here Sunday afternoon. Fenton won with, a 5 to 1 score. Following that game Lakota and Fentoti played and Penton was defeated 10 to 4. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Huskajnp had as their guests Tuesday, Mr. and Mrs. f. C. Bailey and children of ]>wa Fulls who are spending their vacation here and with Mr. and Mrs. A K. Krause and son. Mrs. Herman Gade went to Fairmont last week Monday where i»he assisted her Mrs. Carrie House in moving. Mrs. Haiu* and soas, Gail and and Mis. ter. ot Mr - and Wm. Reimers: th.-ii- et a <<unri in this dissatisfied. 2 piece Kroehler living room suite, ffCQ AP June special ..«?«'*'•*'«' "«. Jliiudi-eds of iine to j)leasu you. We will In celebration of the completion of our seventh successful year we are offering unusual values throughout the entire store. . Gay. daughter of Mr. and Wallace of Buffalo Cen- The following program was presented Sunday at toe Methodist church in observance of Childj-eu's Day: song, Happy Love-laud, Sunday School- song Busy Little Workers, Sunday School- scnptura reading, Gerald Rochlfcuu and David Welibrod; prayer and song Sunday School; recitation, Mary Georgia Newel; recitation, Mary Alice Gibbons' recitation, Jackie Gerhards; reciUUon, Jouu Mc-yejvi and Helena Weisbrod- Whisper SUCK, Suuduy School; 8 piece combination walnut dining suite, only 9x12 seamless Axminis- ter rug, only 9x12 Felt Base Rugs $6.75 RICHARDSON'S Furniture Company Where Furniture Sells for Less.

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