The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 14, 1934 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 14, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, June 14,1934 E. B^Syndergaard to Conduct Baby Beef Tour; Visit Livestock Raisers BABY BEEF CLUB TOUR TO BE HELD WEMUNE 20TH Tour Will Visit Eight places in Charge of an Ames Expert The Kossuth county baby beef tour •will be held Wednesday, June 20. Edward B. Syndergaard of the extension service, will be in charge of the tour. Mr. Syndergaard has had a great deal of experience in conducting club tours. This year the tour will be limited to eight places and at each of these places the baby beeves will be exhibited, also at each place visited there will be a demonstration In regard to fitting, showing, trimming of hoofs, etc. The schedule of the tour is as follows: 8:30-9:00—Carl H. Paetz farm, Plum Creek township, section 24, Report on Feeding Records. 9:20-9:50—Geo. P. Hawcott. farm, Hurt township, section 24, demonstration, Summer Management of Baby Beeves. 10:10-10:40—P. M. Chrlsteasen farm, Fenton township, section 14, demonstration. Showing Calves. 11:10-1:20—C. F. McGregor farm, Swea township, section 16, Judging of Baby Beeves. Picnic Dinner. 1:30-2:00—0. L. Thoreson farm. Swea township, section 3, demonstration, Pitting Baby Beef for Show. 2:10-2:40—Myron Johnson farm, Eagle township, section 10, demontsra- tfon, THmming of Hoofs. 3:501-3:10—W. Barger farm, Gfant township, section 19, Summer Feeding. 3:40-4:10—R. 8. Lelbrand farm, Hebron township, section 35, Baby Beef Management. An Invitation Is extended to parents and friends of baby beef club members, also to others who are Interested In this •work to make the tour with the club Members. KOSSUTH FARMS AND FOLKS Louis Smith and Edward Allen, Representatives Pasturing Oats to be Done Advisedly Farmers who are planning on using cats or some other small grain as pasture crop should wait until the crop Is 7 or 8 Inches high before turning dairy cows or other livestock onto the field, suggests H. D. Hughes of the Iowa State Oollege farm crops department. Because of tho drouth this spring It Is even more Important than In an ordinary year that the pasture crops be allowed a good start before they are used for grazing purposes. The drouth may prevent small grain from growing much higher than 8 inches this year, however, so it may be feasible to pasture the crops before they reach, that Height. Second or third year alfalfa should be allowed a good start before pasturing. The danger from bloat to livestock on alfalfa or sweet clover should be recognized during May and June. Former Algona Boy Buried in Riverview Funeral services were held for L. E. Weaver of Sherwood, North Dakota, brother of M. P. Weaver, Saturday afternoon at 2:30 at the Merrltt Funeral Home. Rev. T, J. Davern officiated at the services and Interment was made In St. Cecelia's cemetery. Mr Weaver's death occurred May 4, and since then his body has been kept in a vault at Mlnot, North Dakota. Out of town relatives who were present were his wife ar<d daughter, Lois of Sherwood, North Dakota, son, Jerome of Cleveland, Ohio, son, Wilfred and wife of San Diego, California, son, Harold and wife and their daughter of Taft, California, sister Mrs. A. E. Bruner and husband of Des Moines and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Memel of Ames. (By Lotfs Smith) Don't know as the Algtma Rendering Works would like to have me tell you this, but it's too good to keep so here goe 11 . John Long who livos about £ niles north of Al- ronn lost a hog Inst .reek and called the 'endering works to ;ome and get it. They came nil •ight but not to the •ight plno? as they .vent a mile too far north to the Verne Biebhoff farm. The Ricbhoffs were not at home and as there was a crippled hog In the lot It was knocked In the head and taken back to town. Mr. Long was wondering the next day why they didn't come after his dead hog and Mr. Riebhoff was wondering what became of his crippled hog until they got to comparing notes. Mr. Riebhoff says the hog was getting better and that he expected to market it soon. The hog weighed about 300 pounds. He hasn't been down to see the boss of th-f redering works yet but when he does come they better have their pocketbooks handy. Martin Becker, who lives on the Claude Samson farm, east of Burt. was out plowing corn the other day when I stopped there so didn't get to see him, but had a short visit with Mrs. Backer. I noticed Mrs. Becker had a nice flock of chickens and that the men had moved two buildings together and joined to make mor? room for her hens. During; a lull In the rain last week I stopped to see Fred Dorscy, who lives a little west, of Lakota on a 153-acre farm owned by the Metropolitan Insurance Co. Although the buildings are not so good at present, Fred has a mighty nice laying farm to work this year and his crops an? showing up with the best in the county. The insurance company had some men out there fixing fence and changing the driveway to go south to the pavement instead of east to the grave!, which will be a big improvement. —o— Bcnnic Ossrtn, who lives a short distance west of Swea City, rmd some visitors when I stopped there and as there was another shower coming up I didn't stop very long. During our short visit Mr .CasKm asked mo what I thought of the oat crop over the county. I told him althouah some of the fields looked a little thin that with a few showers now and then I thought the oats had ought, on the average, be as good or better than last year. His ont field was not far from the buildings so we walked out to look it over and I was surprised to see th.? way it is stooling out and growing. While over tn the Doan neighborhood the other day, I stopped in to see how Dg White, who had just returned from Rochester a short time ago. was getting along. Dg was up and around nnd says he feels good except he is so weak he couldn't carry a pail of water on a bet. I noticed he was in fine humor but. you know Dg is always that way. He is putting in a few acres of soy beans this year to help make up for short of the regular hay crop. Mr. White expects to return "to Rochester again in about a week for another examination and In the mean time although unable to do much work himself he si going to see to it that the ball is kept rolling. —o— Due to thte heavy rains the past week I was unable to get out over the country as much as I would have otherwise, but I did manage while in the neighborhood northwest of Lakota to get over to the Walter Hans plao2 in time for afternoon lunch. Believe me that lunch and coffee sure went good too as the rain was coming down in bucketsful about that time and I was rather chilly. Walter has planted quite a field of sugar beets this year but due to the dry weather they have not come up so very good. Well, this rain ought to bring them popping out of the ground and as Mr. Hans says they ought to make ft good crop yet if they can get the start of the weeds. (By Edward Allen) Atnbs Angle, north east of Sexton, was not at home the other day when I called. I talked to the Mrs. a few minutes. Amos tarms 320 acres, has a nice looking set of build- Ings on It. It Is known as Hill View farm. I noticed Mrs. Angle was busy baking pies, so was soon on my way. Hope I meet you next time, Amos. I] The Peter Illlbert place is also northeast of Sexton. The place contains about 80 OCTOB, the work being done by the boys as Pete has been on the sick list for some time. Of course, Pete renewed his subscription to the Algona Upper Des Moines. Good luck and good health, Pete. —o— When I stopped at the Mike Goeti place, they were Just coming In from the field for dinner. I knew Mike was hungry, so made my visit short. He works 160 acres with the help of two boys. I found Olaf Funnemark busy, it it was raining hard. He and the boys were busy sacking wool, which Is something I don't know anything about, "one of the many things" I should have said, so I didn't try to tell them how to do it. They have a nice flock of sheep started and expect to Increase to one hundred. The boy has a drake which comes at his call and follows him around the place, which is interstlng to watch. Olaf having been one of the county supervisors, needs no introduction as he is well known. As It kept on raining we went Into the house a few minutes and enjoyed a dish of popcorn, which the Mrs. was popping. I stopped at the M. P. Besch place. CITY PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ATTORNEYS AT LAW B. J. Harrington J. D. Lowe HARRINGTON & LOWE ATTORNEYS AT LAW Rooms 212-14 First Nat'l Bank Blk. AIiGONA, IOWA J. L. BONAK ATTORNEY AT LAW Collections will receive prompt attention ALGONA. IOWA W. B. QUARTON H. W. MIT.I.KB ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Kossuth County State Bank Office Phone, 421 ALGONA, IOWA A. Hutchison Donald C. Hutchison Theodore C. HutchUon ATTORNEYS AT LAW Qulnby Bldg. Phone 261 E. 3. VAN NESS & G. W. STULMAN LAWYERS Office over Iowa State Bank Phone 213-W Algona, Iowa Oaylord D. 8h urn way Edward D. Kelly SHUMWAV A KELLY ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Quinby & Krause Building Algona, Iowa Phone 68 L. A- WINKEL ATTORNEY AT LAW Office In Qulnby Building, phone 180. ALGONA, IOWA K. C. McMAHON ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Quiuby & Krause Bldg. Algona, Iowa Phone 129 HIRAM a WHITE ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa State Bank Phone 206 P. A. DAN SON ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa State Bank Bldg. Office Phone 460-J R«s. 315 ALGONA, IOWA CAKKOL A. WANDER ATTORNEY AT LAW Over Poetoffice Phone M J. W. Sullivan (dec'd) S. E. McMahon L. E. Linnan SULLIVAN, McMAHON & LINNAN ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over County Savings Bank ALGONA, IOWA PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS J. N. KENEFICK PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON Office formerly occupied by Dr. A. L. Rlst over Rexali drug store Office Phone 300 Res. Phone 326 ALGONA, IOWA C. H. CRETZMEYER, M. D. Surgeon & Physician Office John Galbraith Bldg. Phone 444-310 W. D. ANDREWS, D. O. Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon General Hospital Phones: Office 187; Residence 688 ALGONA. IOWA P. V. JANSE, M. D. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office on South Dodge St. Phone No.—Res. 366; Office 66« MELVIN G. BOURNE PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office over Post Office Bldg. Phones—Office 197 Res. 211 DENTISTS DR. H. M. OLSON DENTIST Gas or Novocaine used for extraction Located over Christensen Store Phone: Business 166, Residence, 470 ALGONA, IOWA DR. C. D. SCHAAP DENTIST Qulnby Bldg. Phone 133 Res. Phone 174 Algona, Iowa VETERINARIANS Dr. L. W. Fox Dr. J. B. Winkel Office 220 West State Street Office Phone 475-W Res. 475-B Iowa L. H. MERKITT Mortician and Funeral Phone 11 Algooa, Iowa M. P. wasn't there Just then but had a few minutes with Mrs. Bosch anyway. See you next time, M. P. Wm. Green, northwest of Wesley, was busy cleaning the chicken house the other day when I happened along. He was getting the place ready for the young flock. Mr. Green evidently believes in keeping things in good shape. Ed Wolf and O. E. Hott are a couple more of the good fanners In Wesley township. I stopped in to see Will Cosgrove but he wasn't there. I noticed Mrs. had company. Of course the Cosgroves are subscribers to the Algona Upper Dea Moines. I talked to the boy a few minutes and •was on my way. When I stopped at the R. A. Depew place, R. A. was busy fixing his car, which has to be done occasionally by any of us. While over in the Livermore territory the other day I ran across C. A. Raney who works a half section southwest of town. Mr. Raney has a nice location out there. He was Just taking his alter dinner nap when I arrived, so of course, I disturbed that. Bound to Grand Jury On Liquor Charge Ed Germann of St. Benedict waived preliminary hearing to a charge oi operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated and was bound over to the grand jury with bond fixed at $2,000 In Justice of the Peace P. A. Danson's court here June 7. Twenty Years Ago News (Taken from the files of the Upper Des Moines-Republican for the week of June 17, 1914) Hall stones measuring thirteen inches in circumference had fallen at. Lu- Verne In a recent storm. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Chrischilles were expected home soon from the west where they had been sightseeing since the first of the year. Mrs. M. P. Weaver had been enjoying a visit from her aunt, Mrs. Edward Taylor of New York City, who was to remain in the west for some time. Mrs. C. B. Murtagh had entertained a large party of ladies the previous Thursday afternoon in honor of her sister, Miss Cratty, who had been her gutst. Plans were being made for the coming Algona chautauquu which was to be held in August. Some difficulty was being experienced in getting good speakers for the program and plans had not been completed. Algona had been represented at the University of Chicago interscholastic meet held at. Marshall Field in Chicago the previous Saturday and Lee Nugent had taken second place in the broad jump. Over 500 athletes had competed. A silver cup had be-en presented to Lee. Miscreants had entered the Central school building the previous Sunday evening and had rang the bell during the church services. There had also been much noise and confusion from firecrackers and torpedoes at the same time. The guilty parties had not been caught. Heavy rains had been received all over Kosiuth county at this time. At Swea City over eight inches of water had fallen in 32 hours. The river and creeks around Algona had overflowed tlK-lr banks and coJisiderable cliuiittge had been done to the corn and oat fields aud the pasture laud. Arrangements had just been completed for the Algoiia Sports Day, which was to be held on June 23rd. AU auto parade was io be held &nd pnica given to the most handsome car, most unique and beat advertised. Motorcycle', foot, horse and bicycle races were to be 'held and prizes given for each. Lone Rock Men in Auto Accident Caused by Blowout Fredrick Schultz and Charles Zol- lor had the misfortune to upset with his Oakland car Thursday afternoon nenr Lakota. when a tire blew out. Mr. Kchult- received n fractured rib and a cut. on his lo? and Charles oscap^rl wi'h only a few scratches. They were tafcrn to the office of Dr. Dovine. wheve they received mrfiical care. Thf car was somewhat damaged but brought home on its own power. Mr. nnd Mrs. Glenn Sharp made n business trip to Fort. Dodge Friday. Coach Crnn of Bode spent the week end with his friond, Donald Blanchnrd. Mrs. Dell Marlow Is ill with paralysis, caused from an infection in her throat. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Zoller of Lakota visited at the Frederick Schultz home Sunday. The blacksmiths of local No. 175 were entertained at the Frank Flaig home Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Shaser nnd Mrs. Chris Shaser made a business trip to Fort Dodge last Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Krucger drove to Fort D^dge Monday to attend an elevator managers' convention. The 4-H club girls met at the home of Cleo Hobson last Tuesday afternoon. Canning was demonstrated. Maynard Genrich and Mervin Chris- tenscn visited at the Lloyd Johnson home at Estherville Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Blanchard and son. Junior, of Humboldt were at the Alex Krueger home Sunday. Margaret Schloeman of Esth-rrville came Saturday for a few days' visit at the home of her friend, Mrs. W. J. Cotton. Esther Godden, who underwent a.n operation at Bancroft hospital last week Friday was able to return to her home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Householder and family drove to Whittemore Sunday to visit Mrs. Householder's aunt. Miss Ellen Wolfe. Mr. and Mrs. I. w. Nelson and sons spent the week end at Amboy, Minn., at the home of Mrs. Nelson's sister, Mrs Jess Hohenstein. Mrs. Albert Kressin, Gladys Saunders end Elnora Pompe of Letts Creek vicinity visited at the Frank Macumber home Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Blanchard, son Howard and Edward and family of Irvlngton were Sunday dinner guests at the Roy Zunkel home. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stebritz and family and mother, Mrs. Barbara Ste- britz of Algona visited at the home of Mrs. E. M. Hawks Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Fischer and Ralph Prlebe went to Waseca, Illinois, Saturday to visit at the home of the Fischers' daughter, Mrs. Ross Hornor. Mrs. Clarence Schlndel of Buffalo Center returned home last Monday after a few days' visit at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Llllle Thompson. Mrs. Calvin Householder entertained the Larkln club at the Frank Householder home Thursday afternoon. The club was reorganized for 12 months. A mlsccllanous shower was given at the Albert Hutchlnson home Friday afternoon In honor of Emma Meyer, who Is soon to marry Lloyd Hutchlnson. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Willrett and family of Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Penny of Spencer were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Frank Flaig home. Maynard Genrich and Vera Morris, college students at Ames, came home Friday. Maynard will spend the summer vacation at home but Vera goes back Tuesday. Harold Angus cut a gash In his arm Sunday when he went to jump out of the Ice house and slipped and fell on Lhe Ice tongs. Five stitches were taken to close the wound. Mrs. Roy Jensen underwent a hernia operation at the hospital In Algona on Thursday. Mrs. John Moser underwent a strangulated hernia operation at the Algona hospital Friday. Joan, little two year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Flaig. slipped and fell on the porch steps Thursday, striking her forehead and cutting a gash which required clamps to close. Ruby Wolter of Fairmont visited at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mr«. Wm. Leeper Friday. The Charles Olson family of Burt was also Friday visitors at the Leeper home. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morris, Mr. and Mrs. William Christenson, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Zwiefel and Ernest Krueger of Burt visited at the Albert Krueger home at Fairmont Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bierstedt, Tlwo. Krueger, Leona Bierstedt and Mrs. Melvin Hawks drove to Fort Dodge last Wednesday where Mr. Krueger and Ray attended a plumbers' convention. The Busy Friday club met nt tho home of Mrs. Jim Ackerman Friday afternoon. Mrs. Otis Sanders wns the assistinp hostess Tho next meeting will lie nt the homo of Mrs. Rav Bior- steclt. Mr. nnd Mr?. N. T,. Cotton nnd son. W. J. C ott.n. spent, the werk enrt at Amrs with their dausthi-er. Mrs. Hnrlrv SlirMito. They also nllriirled tho cahiuiTate exercises at the Iowa State Col!.'!?,-. Ruhy Nelsnn rntTiniivcl thp follow- in<r iTiils nt a party l:i.-t. Tuesday afternoon in lion r of her llth birthday: Julio Ttnhn. Lucille O nvlch. Doris Mnr Blanchard. Eunice Priebe. Dorothy Jens; n and Maxine Simpson. Rev. .S. M. Gladstone, daughter. Mrtr- garet, Dorothy IJacken nnd Lillian Angus, went, to Scrnntoti Friday where they will nitrnd school for n work for dally vacation Bible school teachers. Daily vacation Bible school will stnrt here Monday. June 18th. Eileen Walsh nnd friend. Mnrjorle Beckerman. students at Briar Cliff College, at Sioux City, camo home week before Inst. Marjorie spent lust week at. tho Walsh home. Mrs. Frank Bcck- ermaii and son of Cresco, vlsltod Siin- dny at (he Hugh Walsh home and her daughter. Mnrjorie, returned to her home with them. Tlie Mothers' club met nt the home of Mrs. E. M. Jencsn last Wedncsclny afternoon. A paper, "How Their Minds Work" wa.s given by Mrs. N. L. Cotton. Two banjo-uke selections, "When I Take My Vacation in Heaven" and "Loving in the Moonlight" were given by Coila Jane Hollister. July fith a picnic will be held at. the school house lawn at 2 o'clock. Mrs. Lillie WorthinKton and daughters, Hulda and Edith and son, Hugo, returned home last Wednesday from Illinois. Her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Frank DctlofT of Hemp- shirc, accompanied them home for a few days' visit. Saturday Mrs. Worthington and son. Hugo took Edith who Is a registered nurso to Chicago, wher? she will work in Cook county hospital and her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Detloff, returned to their home. ST. JOE CARDINALS LOSE TO BODE St. Jo<v Tho St. .Too Cardinals fell b( lore the nitchiiip of O. riirisiinns; n. last Sunday and l:\st to Node by a M-orp of 4 to 0. Wacner on th • ninui'il for the C'.mK pitch d FplrmlM li:il! nivinc up but five safe bim:l."s mi;! Flrikiiv: out fix nnd not luvhv: an earned run chnrrreri arrain.;! him. C'liii;- linnpon was n bit mere stingy, rivin: up bir two hits and striking out .'••••vcn. Carl O!.' : on of Bod o nnd T 'n TVck-r of St. Joe umpired. Next Sunday the Cardinals play a douhlehoader at St. Joe with West. Rend and Irvinaton furnishing the opposition. Tho first game will be called nt 1:30.. A kittrnball game followed the baseball game Sunday afternoon on the local dlnmond between th" school boys who call themselves the Western Realities nnd Becker's St. Joe Phillips r>6 (•earn. The Western Beauties won the panic. Former Algona Girl Dies in Soo Falls Her many friends in Algona were sorry to hear of the d:ath of Mrs. R. H. Bankson, of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, who was the former Nettie Taylor and was a sister of E. N. and C. H. Taylor of this city. Mrs. Bankson died a week ago last Friday from cancer of the liver and kidneys. She had been 111 only two months prior to her death. Funeral services were held at Sioux Falls the following Monday and Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Taylor and E. N. Taylor of this city attended. Mrs. Bankson was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Joel Taylor, well known and beloved pioneers of Algona, and was a graduate of the Algona schools. Ohe was married to Mr. Bankson, a railroad man some twenty years ago and th«y settled in Sioux Falls. Susan Z-r|mrt entertained 12 of her friends Sunday evening to dinner. The Joe Thilges family are driving a Nash town sedan car purchased last week. Rev. Luke Brrkfr spent the week end at Algona visiting with relatives nnd friends. Regina Thilges from West Bond Is assisting with the house work at th^ John Berte home. Ray Schumacher from Gllmore City was n visitor Thursday at the home of Mrs. Lucy Wagner. Rev. George Theobald returned home on Friday afternoon from his fishing trip to northern Minnesota. Elizabeth Berte returned horre from Rochester. Minn., last week where she had gone for medical treatment. Henry W. Zelmct has been suffering from neuritis tho past few weeks. Nicholas Becker began work there on Monday. Joe Schad, Joe Lentsch, Richard Ha- begcr and Prosper Frldcrs spent Saturday afternoon nnd Sunday fishing at Lost Island. The Peter Halsruds entertained their friends Thursday evening by giving n dance nt the shelter house at the Call State Park. A number of men from this vicinity went to Livermore Sunday evening to charivari the newlyweds, Mr. and Mrs Harry Rutz. A new bridge Is being put in on tho county road 2Vfe miles west of St. Joe and a quarter of a mile east of the Wll Thilges home. Mr. and Mrs. James Becker anc daughter, Annette, were Saturday afternoon visitors at the Matt Becker home near Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Yackley from Chicago are hero visiting Mrs. Yack ley's mother, Mrs. Margaret Kohlhaas and other relatives. Rev. Father Luke Becker, O. S. B First Lutheran Church M. A. Sjostrand, pastor The confirmation class will meet on Friday morning at 10 o'clock Instead of Saturday. The Woman's Missionary society will meet on Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Brundnge with Mrs. Harry Spongberg as assisting hostess. Kindly remember the bake sale nt the Moe & SJogren store on Saturday. Please bring your foodstuffs by 10 a, m. Sunday School next Sunday at 10 a. m. Morning worship next Sunday at 9 o'clock. The annual Mother-Daughter banquet will be held on Wednesday, June 20. Congregational Church Church School at 10 o'clock. Morn- Ing worship at 11 o'clock. We begin a special series of summer services on this Sunday. Union services at 8 o'clock In this church. The Rev. A. Hueser will deliver the sermon. sMoines "De« Moinet' ncwcit •nd fineit" We do our own Lens Grinding. DR. F. E. SAWYER, Opt. Iowa , and Nirholn.s Ttrckrr wont, to Brodsi on T'.ii!V?dny to nttrnrl thp flrst mass of Hie Ki'v. 7, no Rf.sintr. Kmnin. Nicholas nnrt Thomas Becker nrnl R.--V. I.uko ttrrkor. O. p. B.. visited vith Sifter Mnry C'.rnriicnr at Pocn- lii.n'rM Mondny rv nine. .John Kramer and fl.utshlrrs. r,.;rrt ;i'i<l'i.i Inn; W.ITC-V. Minn.. i< 'IIP.! (1 IvMiii* ^':i!unlay aft',".- frvi'rnt ii:\\s' \vi:h rrlntivrs hrrr. M". niul Mr?. Hrrlvrt Hi'iicc a;ui Fvo- I;, n iiiul Mr. :iiul Mr.-. H'Vit-v Noil.'cn InMii nrar linultM'o \v ri' Puiulay din- i;i•]• Miir.-!.s nt. f!;o Win. Hammvr lionir. Mr. :nul Mrs. AlphmiFp \\v\-\c ;<n[ fnnnly drove to IM1 Kapids. Poutli D.iko;;!. Inst Monthly to vi.-it \vith rp- laliM'S. Thry returned home (ho lai- (<T part of the week. Rev. Geovpp Thoobnld Irft Moml.iy for Sioux City. \vhrro ho will attend iv retreat for priests from this dloofso. Severn! of (lie Si.stev.s also Irft Mfni- <!ny to nttond n ro' at Sioux City. Tills locnllly hns reretvd a number of showers of rain tho iwst. v.-erk which lias brncflttrd the .small prain nnrt'drtis considerably. On Friday nf- tornoon much wind accompanied tho iHln doing quite a little damage. Sev< ral windmills wore blown down, brooder houses were unset and othrr .small buildings damaged. The Friendly Club met Wednesday afternoon at. the John Frlodors homo with Mrs. Frldcrs hostess and Agatha Thilges assistant hostess, Mrs. Vern Barker and Mrs. Lawrence Hanson were in charge of tho entertaiment. Thp afternoon was spent in games and contests. Prizes wore awardrd to Mrs. John Bock PS, Annette Karris and Delpha Halsrud. There wore 23 ladies prc- scnt. The next meeting will be on the 4th of July when n picnic will bo iKlcl at. the Mrs. Bob Casey home with Mrs. Ray Fitch assistant hostess. Danger in Petting It Is still permissible to suggest that Jie railroad accident toll could also be icavy if the engineer persisted in hugging the fireman.—Ex. Week End Specials 19c 01 p vlC 17c Preserves, 2 pound Jar Sweet Pickles, quart jar Iced Tea Blend Mason Jar Or. Salad Mustard 1 f> r 8 oz. Jar L*t\, Sum-R-Aid 5c bottle make </i ***• 23c bottle makes 4 gal. Milk, Superb 17 r Brand, 3 tall cans 11 V> Miracle Whip Salad Spread, qt. Jar Pint Jar I9e Kellogg'& Biscuit, Whole Wheat. 2 pkgs. .. Root Beer Extract T. & T., makes 5 gal. ... Apple Butter, Council Onk, 28 oz. Jar Coffee, Council Oak, save the bags, Ib. . Blue Barrel Soap 5 giant bars Sardines, 3 large oval cans Baking Powder, Calumet, pound can ... Grape Nut Flakes per pkg Velvet and Prince Albert, p:r can Bozman Peas, 1 O I/NO. 2 cun lfci/2L Salad Dressing, OC _ quart Jar £t)C Tapioca, line or If). med., per pound JLUv Cocoa, Council Oak, Vi pound can . Soap Flakes, Nil vcr Leaf, 5 Ib. box ... Marshmallows, 1C por pound JLuC Argo Starch, O _ dime pkg OC Salmon, Av V. A«7 V 2 tall cans Tea Sif tings, | O 1 Ib. pkg 1£C COMING TO ALGONA June 18-19-20 Presenting outstanding New York and Cliieagu successes. Company of 25 favorites. Everything new but the names. "Why Men Leave Home" •'The Family Upstairs" "The Border Patrol" Bigger aud Better than Ever. Prices Cut in Two. Will exhibit in Algona rain or shine under the big waterproof tent thea- t re. Geo. Sweet's Players June 18 -19 - 20 I 'l . , '"T||."1 "W! V^'aH ......•t^jtt.<< ! -*«^JftL*. Jie.MTved Seats lUc. Prices lOc and l! IOWA'S FAVORITE TENT SHOW Mon., Tues., Wed., June 18-19-20 Tin- .show with a c-luau iv- cor<l. Tin- show i'ur you and your family. More show, vaudeville and music than ever before. Tnder ;i brand new tent i'riee.s cut in Two. Will exhibit in Al-una rain «>r .shine uiuti-r the ij? waterproof tent theatre.

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