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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, July 12,1934 REID CLAN IN FAMILY GATHERING Good Hope: Among the family gatherings held this year on Independence t>ay was that at the Bend Reids which Included amonb the guests the Tom and John Reids, the Mrs. Mame and .the Earl Steinmans, the Roy Sarchetts, of Good Hope community; the Albert Reids, of Haifa; the Raymond Reids, Agona; the Walter Reids, Des Moines; Mrs. Claud-? Salisbury, Fort Benton, Montana; the Howard Salis- fourys, Burt; the Will Spears, Campia, WIs.; the Nathan Parrs and a Mr. Cleveland and lady of Austin, Minn. Of this group Mrs. Claude Salisbury will spend the summer visiting among relatives and other friends in tho community. Her husband and son. Ralph, will drive out later in the season for the return home. Mrs. Kate Annls and daughter, Beth were guests at the Good Hope parsonage over the week end. Lois Whltehlll, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Whitehill of Lone Rock. Is staying with Mrs. Wm. Treptow. Cards are out announcng the flnal sign-up meeting of corn-hog contract signers of Union township at Good Hope church on Friday of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Morris left Wednesday morning for Oakland. Iowa, where they will spend a week with the former's parents, Mr. and C. C. Mor rls. Mrs. Presley Sarchett was hostess Tuesday afternoon to a company o guests In honor of Mrs. Claude Sails bury and Mrs. Kate and Miss Beth Annls. A gathering at the C. L. and Arie Dittmere in addition tothe hosts and hostesses included Mrs. Wm. Treptow the Lyle Morrises, the Lawrence Ditt- nwrs and Miss Phoebe Morgan. The latter is here for several weeks' visit Another of the biography of the prophets services will be held at Whittemore and Good Hope churches at the usual hour of worship next Sunday Those who wish to engage In th» scripture searching should bring their own BibHe. Mrs. Lyle Morris and Mrs. Arle Dltt- mer were victims of the flu epidemic last week. The attack of the same malady from which Arie Dittmer was suffering has developed into an attack of yellow jaundice which will confine him to bed for several weeks. To again remind you of the moving pictures to be presented by Dist. Supt. W. G. Muhleman at Good Hope church Friday evening at 8 o'cock. These cover his experiences on the trip taken by himself and Mrs. Muhleman through the south this summer. All interested will be welcome. Word came to the W. J. Bournes on July 5th of the death of Will Easterly at Neelin, Manitoba, Canada. They left early Friday morning for Cedar Rapids where the funeral party was met. Interment was made the nexl day at Mt. Vernon, Iowa, the former home of the deceased. Mr. Easterly married Susie Goodwin, a sister of Mrs. Bourne, a number of years ago and of recent years has been living in Canada. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Gross were hosts last Sunday at a birthday dinner in honor of their sons, George and Robert, and also Mrs. Frank Ditsworth. Similar celebrations have been held p.t this time for several years as the respective birthday of the three fail within a few days of each other. Those present Sunday were the guests of honor, Frank Ditsworth, Jake Maasdam, Mrs. Allen Burbank, Idabelle Felter of Burt, Donald Robinson and Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Gross. Everyday Savings Count Most I So — TRADE AT A&P Grandmother's Blf Twist BREAD It's twisted and sliced 2 24 oz. loaves 17c Royal Fruit GELATIN for quick tummer clcs-'crts all flavors pk«r. 5c Bananas. 3 Ibs. 19c Cantaloupes, standard 45, 2 19c Carrots, 2 bunches lie Head Lettuce, size 60. each lOc IOWA STATE BHANU BUTTER, Ib. BLUE ROSE RICE, Ib. KED CIRCLE COFFEE, Ib. Ql'AKEIt I'LTItD 27c 5c 21c MID AMERICAN CHEESE, Ib. 16c BROADCAST Sliced BEEF, 3 ;; rsuz 25c MORTON'S Plain or iodized SALT, 2 pkgs. 15c FLEISCII.MAN S YEAST, cake 3c T. A: T. ROOT BfEK EXTRACT 2 bots27c IIEUSIILV'S CHOCOLATE SYRUP, 2 ir 19c DEL MONTE ASHARAGTS TIPS, 2 IS," 6 25c VAN CAMPS' Tumato Juice Cocktail, 2 "!,« 21c OLD Ml'NICH, Lt. or Dark MALT ST 39c WIHIE JIOL'SE EVAP. MILK, 3 tall cans 17c 10NA CORN, 6 ^ 47c IONA Tomatoes, 2 ^~ 19c Sl'LTANA Ftiiiiut BUHER, ~j u 23c I'NEEDA llakers' Old K.u>hjuutii Assortment, Ib. 15c SOAP, 10 ri 25c FLAKES OK GKAMLtS CHIPSO, P k 3 . 15c SOAF CAMAY, 3 cakes 13c THE GREAT ATLANTIC & PACIFIC TEA CO. M1CDLE WtSIfcRM DIVISION Potter Funeral Held Here Wednesday Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon at the Riverview cemetery for Jay H. Potter, 77, who passed away Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Nannie Setchell following a short illness. Mr. Potter came to Kossuth county in 1869 and lived here for about 17 years. He Is survived bj> two children, a daughter living in California and a son in Council Bluffs and two sisters, Mrs. Emma Dormay in Minneapolis and Mrs. Ben Winkle of Algona. He has been making his hornet with Mrs. Dormay until a few months ago. THE WEEKLY RECORD WEATHER July 5, .29 Inches rain July 6, .19 inches rain ...... 77 July 7 ........................ 81 July 8, .17 inches rain . ...... 81 July 9, .30 inches rain ...... 85 July 10 ...................... 87 High Low 81 63 57 47 71 66 65 ALGONA MARKETS Corn, 2 white ................... $ .51 2 yellow .................. 48',£ 2 mixed .................. 48% Outs ...................... ." ..... 36% Hogs- Sows Medium weight. 200-300 .......... $4.05 Prime butchers, 300-500 ......... 4.00 Packing Sows, 300-350 .......... 3.40 Packing Sows, 350450 ............ 3.30 Packing Sows, 450-500 ........ 3.00-3.10 Light weight, 140 2.50 Light weight, 160 3.00 Light weight, 180 3.40 Cattle Fat cows $2,00-2.50 Calves 3.00-4.00 Pat steers 5.00-6.00 Stock steers 3.00-3.50 Bulls 1.75-2.25 Cream 23c Poultry Hens ............................. 7-9c BoHlers ......................... 12-14C Roosters ......................... 4-5c Ducks ........................... *-5c Turkeys ............................ 9c No. i .............................. I2e No. 2 .............................. 9c WEST BEND MAN IN BAD WHEN CAUGHT STEALING MERCHANDISE Mrs. J. A. Meyer, Mrs. Peter Bmer and Mrs. Wade Ball were Blue Earth visitors last Thursday afternoon. The Earl Goodnow family and the Michael Winters of Mason City spent July 4th visiting relatives in this vicinity. Mrs. Guy Hart and daughter, Antoinette of Bancroft were callers last Wednesday at the home of the Wade Balls. Mrs. Robert Clemens of Tttonka spent the latter part of the week here at the A. Q. Smith and R. E. Clemans Henry Monarch caught with Canned Goods and Overalls —Just Too Bad ERECTION OF BRICK BLDG. IN PROGRESS FOR PRODUCE STA. One of Oldest Buildings on Main Street Razed for LuVerne Station LuV;rne: One of the oldest buildings on east main street was wrecked Monday preparatory to the building of a lew and larger building of brick. The wilding wrecked was built about fifty years ago by the late H. W. Brink, one if the first residents of LuVeme, who iperated a grocery store at that time or 1- years. The nevr brick building will be used for a produce station op- rated by Sherman Phillips. Brink-Potter Reunion The Brink-Potter reuiou was he'd on Sunday at the Renwick Pa'k. /bout 34 were present. Thoce attending Irom LuVerne were Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Godfrey and family, Mr. and Mis. De- .Rae Godfrey. Mr and Mrs. Percy Brink and son, Allen. Mr. and Mrs. John Brink, and son, Richard, Mrs. Josephine Brink, Mrs. c. C. Anderson. Bobby Big- glng, Prank Hartley. After a picnic dinner there was a program enjoyed by all, consisting of music by orchestra composed of DeRae Godfrey, Billy Hoepner and Orville Rnmus and readings by Mrs. C. C Anderson, Mrs. Ltvl Knitsinger, Richard Brink and Bertha Krutsinger. A business meeting was held in which George Stoddard was el • feted president; Mrs. W. P. Godfrey, secretary. The program committee for next year Is composed of Mrs. Lee Potter, Goldfieid. Mrs. Georg? Stoddard and Miss Genie Potter of Renwick. Services for Infant Funeral services were held at 2:00 Saturday afternoon for the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elwin Hub r Rfv. Baddeley officiated. Burial was made in the LuVerne cemetery. A baby daughter was born Friday to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Raney. Mrs. Albert Schneider was hostess to the Lutheran Ladies Aid society on Thursday. Miss Esther Merkle ha.s returned | home from a five weeks visit with Mr. i and Mr.,. Waiter M rkle at S:. Paul i Mr. ar.d Mr.-. Charles Wolf and I family went to Mooreland Sunday to \ vi.-i: with Mr. and Mrs. Martin Loth- rmu'.r. Mi>. Lothr'.inu-r is quite ill. Mrs. Cheat r Dull and daughter, Dorothy, It-it WecineMiay for t:.eir home in Che.stcrneld. Indiana, utter two week.s' vi.-.it at the home of her ( par.nU; Mr. uncl MJX J. S. ecnul'z j diaries. Ed. and John Klawtter, j Mi>:s Beriha Klawuter and Mrs. Lewi.-. i Stevenson of Elojiiiiiiyton, 111., wer-,- . called here Saturday by tht ttrioiii I Ulnf.-.s (>1 their if.r.ther, who suHf-r-.d a j tti(.l-;e -si'VcriU «u-ks ago at the home (,t her Uhuglilvr. M:~i. Fred Tiede Lau. j Now! A double guarar.tee on Phan.-. | Tiref, backed by Gamble Stores, ti Ply Jor IB iiiO. again. 1 ,', ail road hazard except, jiurictuie. rue and theft anu in iiddition--lor lite agamM delect., in I material and w ikman.sii.p. 4 p!y 12 1 month.-,. LOWEST PRICES. 2B West Bend: A robbery st the Jensen & Boktad store was thwarted early Saturday morning when Art Jensen surprsed Henry Monarch in the act of taking some medchandise. He had some canned goods and overalls ready to take from the store. Art Jensen, of Fenton had come to the local store after groceries in the early mcrnin? hours before the store was opened. He heard a noise and upon investigating, found the intruder. Art managed to hold him until he could jte; help. Sheriff Montgomery was called and; Henry was taken to Emmetsburg and j lodged in the county jail. ' § LAKOTANEWS sis homes. Mr. and Mrs. Marc Moore of Algona were dn this vicinity last Thursday and visited at the Wade Ball home a short time. Mrs. H. H. Murray accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Ann Robinson of Forest City, were Algona visitors last Friday afternoon. The R. E. Homqulst family who spent n few days at the lakes, wcr* called from UXTP to Poplar. Wisconsin. by the illness of Mr. Hamqulsfs father. Ouy Burner w»s » biartness visitor at Des Moines 1»M Fttday, Mr. Mccarty and jen. John wew business visitors to South P*koU s*v?T*l days last wert. Ernest Wortman arxl sc\n. Mesrr*, fisunday ev^titn^ at tft* home. LaV?rE* l>f*vfM who County Saving* Bank Asset* to be Sold Application has been flled with the County Clerk by Harry Hull, receiver of the old County Savings Bank, for an order to sell the remaining assets of the bank at public auction. The bank has been closed since 1927 and among the assets are bills receivable totalling $118,234.38, $80,569.43 In judgments, $8,942.00 in real estate, $86,261.84 In non- ledger assets and several other items as overdrafts, etc. Bead the Want Ads. BIO SURPRISE DANCE Lawrence KocWer, dance majrrafcer of th« Legion pavilion, at Bancroft, announces a big surprise danoe lor Wednesday, evening-, July 18th. Th» Frank Robinson eight piece band will furnish the music for the occasion ana a lady entertainer will, during the evening, entertain the many that are expected to attend. There will be surprises galore and the dance management urges that everyone watch for th* bUls that will be posted during the next few days. Prices, 25c per couple- plus tax, extra lady, lOc. Gent unaccompanied, lOc plus tax.—Adv. Mid-July Specials Riteway Food Store Shatterproof bathroom tumbler and 37 o* pkg, Mas to Washer, S.V rah* for Red Hot roaster for steak or .-weiners and jar salad or horseradish mustard picnic nt a pi 4 Q • v Mrs. Wade Ball was a business visitor at Bancroft one day last week. Mrs. Ted Weaver of BuffsJo Ctfcter was a caller at the Peter Bruer Friday. Miss Edith Buxtcn. of CSin. >lr panned sfcem Roasw, The Henry KteisSs ei and Mr*. Hetst Sch.aR.rtJ c* were hew Suedsiy for a v*J? aunt. Miss K*tvne<S* Kftf**, Atigfiet Ousieechs bone. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J*rsro *»J sets Lament, acccaspaxumi S>y Mrs. Tnna Fish, 7 01 can _14c Salad Drwsing, qt. 25c Crystal WWie Soap Chips ,_„ lOc Toilet tissue 4 rolls 19c Post Toasties & cutouts lOc Spinach, 2% can _.18c tts*4r a! the ' spent several days here last w*«ei with i cousin, Lena B*r$waa" of friends. &ne?t Wortman and sec. Morris, were dinner piests Sunday at tt« J. E. Ciena home. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bruer and Miss Marie Kronback were Bltie E&rti visitors one day last w«*k. Coonle Roeisema took last week off for a vacation from his duties at the Schissel and son elevator. visitors Sucdar a; sh* Michael Winter and Kauri Oecxfeow Mason City. I. E. Wcrtman and family spent several days ibe pas; w**k in Chicago. Mr. Wortman who is employed by tbe Chicago Joint Stock Land Co. was called in to a meeting by the company and the family was invited to accompany him. Mr. and Mrs. John Collins and sons spent t'r.e 4th celebrating at Whitt-:more. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Klisart of Postville are spending a^few days here on business. Mrs. Ida Stone of Sious City came Monday to soend the summer at the Wm. Vance home. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bourett and three children are visiting with his mother, Mrs. Eli Bourett. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Miller drove to Sheldon Tuesday evening and spent the day Wednesday visiting relatives. Mrs. J. C. Kongsbach and her sis- :er. Mrs. Wood of Tracy, Minn., spent Wednesday at Fort Dodge with rela- ives. Mr. and Mrs. Philo Falb of Des Moines are visiting in the home of his sister, Mrs. Frank Lockwood and amily. Miss Martha Van Loh of Des Moines is spending her vacation at the Henry Schmidt and Raymond Wilson iomes. Word was received here that Iver Brown of Woden, a former resident, of this place, Is failing fast in a hospital at Mason City. Rev. Bernard Montag of Templeton, Iowa, came Sunday evening for a visit at the parental Henry Montag home and with other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Graham and :heir daughter, Caroline, spent. Wednesday at Des Moines visiting their daughter, Mrs. Stewart Fallis. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Felton of Ringsted were callers Wednesday afternoon it the home of her father, Frank Doyle. Miss Enid Doyle went home with them for a few days' stay. Mrs. Rosa Weldinger is visiting her friend. Mrs. Henry Eisler and other friends h-:re. Mrs. Weldinger was a former resident here but of late years .she has r-rslded with her daughters. Th-e August Traub home was the cene of a family gathering on the 4th of July when all their children and grandchildren were home for the day. They enjoyed a picnic dinner and all the trimmings. The Bay View club met at the home cf Mrs. Mae Kelly, Tuesday, July 3, with seventeen members present. The president.. Ida Miller, pre;idtd and roll cull was answeri-d wi:h patriotic sentiments. After the busmen meeting Mary Gruham had charge of the entertainment and Elizabeth Foley won tile prize. The hOif.s.s and Mrs. Graham .-erved n-frt.shments. Mrs. Wood was a welcome gue.st. A new member Mitud Sinclair wa-. welcomed to tht club. The club adjourn'd to meet on July 17 with Hattie Jac'-b.s. NOW for the WORLD'S FAIR Rail Fares are I O W I rl what, a, !•• V^ TV • Mrs, Evelyn Burns is Granted Divorce M:^. Evelyn Burius uai [-ranted a ur.orce Friday Irani liobtr; E. bunii ar,fi w;ih tjuen 'tie custody ul lln-.'r chija, Donna Jean, age 2. In her petition, .Mrs. Burn;, charged cruelty and mnunian treatment. T:.e. Bun's wux- u.arned at Brill en DtcemU-r 2ti, 1UUU imd lived together until abou; June 1 ul thii year. For Sale Miscellaneous FOR SALE— Yearling Duroc boar. Have you tried our Thrifty Wash.— Heal individual —John P. By&on, Al- Kirschs Laundry. Phone 287. 48-tf • I MAN WANTED Jor Rawleigh Roule AUCTION SALE OP BRIDGE Plank [ of 800 famillti. Write inimtdiateiy located ut W J. Bourne .-x-hool lions*/ in Union township. July 14. at 2 p. in. — W. E. McDonald. Supervisor. 2B FOK SALE— Light Nuih 4 door ie- ciuii. Jl.Ooo actual inUc;ig».. In ex- cvllent mtchiuiiCttl condition. Extra good urc-is.—Algci.a Auto Market, We.il Kawifigh Co., Sal-.-. Saturday, j Kr- tport. 111. IX-pt. lAG-iai-SA. 28 Our intcie^: rate to borrowers was nduced to .six JAT cent on July lit. If you are planning on building a hoir.e. remodeling or want, to refinance your prcbL-nt mortgage avail yourstlf ' at low intur<-it rate plan 1,1' the -° AIyoii.1 Holding & Loan A.:. L'SEJ> BUICK CAR FOR SALE-Gnt Ii.K-niiiUuiial Manufactuu-r '.liij fjc*- of UK/ best Uicd BuHk tai's 111 Alguiia | Hioi, lor lehable n^-n \utii cur in tnis io oiK'ix-d tor ^alc aL about oiie-;>cv- ! !o'.' t ji;y. Oiily nun iiiU-ic^tt-d in pi 1 !'- •lil "^ojk und caOabU- (t lariiin^ • oruii.arv ii;coii.c i.'.ul iv.-,ijoi»U. i;j;> FJall Elettnc. C'o , Algol.a. la. Lost-Found Suit- that CT'-aia with a Vega sep- i -- -- --- — - boodeli. Medi- i LOST Mou 1 A toru :->^it tile and , Al- v.i.tf] Ht-waid lor iu.Utr. Call Uiu, 3-tf oll..c. —and what a time you'll have! Two world-famous symphony orchestras playtofc daily . . . miles of interesting exhibits . . . great choruses, bands, vaudeville programs, operas . . . spectacular fireworks . . . startlingly beautiful lighting miracles that turn Pair nights into scintillating fairylands. A thousand other things to sue, do and enjoy—fascinating foreign villages . . . strange, interesting people and places exotic costumes, customs, dances. from ALGONA $7.90 $11.85 $15.80 Round trip in coaches, every Friday, Saturday and Sunday. 10-day return limit. Round trip in coaches, every day. 15-day return limit. Round trip, first class. 30- lay return limit. And "North- Western" offers fast, comfortable service and fares day. 2 Day AH-Expense Tom* to the WORLD'S FAIR as low as Friday and Saturday. Includes tri P ™U fare - bus be tween sta ' "on and hotel, hotel accommodations. 1 n 'K nt - 2 admission tickets to Fair, 1 concession admission, sightseeing tour of Chicago. 3 Days $17.90 For complete information see your local C. it N. W. Ry. Ticket Agent Chicago & Northwestern Ry. 2113 We Mrats Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Anderson's Riteway Food Store Phone 348 wwwvwuvwv r&®gXOiOXKSKK!X^^ ICE Is the only Refrigerant known at the present time that will refrigerate food properly. Only ICG protects the natural flavors of fruits and vegetables, butter and eggs, preventing their mixture one with another. In the refrigerator ICE sets up a constant and rapid circulation of pure fresh air, moist enough, dry enough, cold endbgh, for perfect refrigeration. ICE washes food odors down the drain, leaving the ice clear, sparkling, odorless and tasteless for all purposes. Algona Ice Cream and Candy Factory Phone 270 AJgona, Iowa «o:ottmo^£MX*G0omo:a.0ooo»a^^^ j ujn oiit. $7'i OJ. Terni; liketh BUSINESS MAIN STORE \Vc otiYr our customers—this July—on*- of the cleanest, most unusual stocks of high grade summer iiierchaiKli.se in the history of this G4-year oldstoro at New Low Prices Operating the Annex makes possible this extraordinary situation. Exclusive, high grade, distinctive silk dresses and suits at the Main Store- adean, fresh, attractive selection displayed under the most favorable conditions. ~~ $6.95 $10.95 {{(•member all the low end merchandise is at thcAnnex where you buy fine silk dresses at one of these three prices $3.88 $4-88 $5.88 Now, you shop at either the Main Store or theAnnex—depending on what priced dress you wish to bliv. "IT The Greatest Merchandising Idea of the Year Reduced prices at two < 'hrisehiiles & llerbst stores

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