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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, July 19,1934 LARS SORENSON AND NIECE ARE VISmNG IDAHO Algona Man and Lone Rock Rock Girl Are Off For Trip in the West Lone Bock: Alma Madison accompanied h«r uncle Lars Sorenson of Algona to Grlggs, Idaho, to visit relatives. They will also visit Yellow- etone National Park, the Black Hills, Pike's Peak and Salt Lake City. O. A. Sharp of Dayton was in Lone Hock Friday. John Sprank made a business trip to Tltonfca Monday. Jim Ackerman made a business trip to Emmeteburg Friday. Ruth Riddle of Burt visited her sister, Mrs. Charles Shick last week. Esther Larson of Decorah came on Friday to visit her sister, Mrs. Arthur Priebe. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Oodden of Fairmont visited at the Jay Godden home Sunday. H. J. Rice and Calvin Householder made a business trip to Ames last Wednesday. LUllan Angus went to Cornell Monday where she will teach dally vacation Bible school. Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Heiter and sons of Wesley visited at the W. C. Heiter home Sunday. F. M. Whitney of Eagle Grove visited at the H. E. Mlcha home last Monday and Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Chet Alme moved in to the rooms back of the telephone office last Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Shaser and Chris Shaker made a business trip to Fairmont Saturday. Mrs. Ernest Priebe, who Is ill was taken to the home of her son, Carl in Fenton Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Whitehlll of Wesley News Items III Cammiogs I SPECIAL VALUES Children's broadcloth Panties and Bloo- !()« rners, pair IvC New Candle Wick 4Q r Berets for fKJC Candy Special Whole Brazil Nuts in crystallized ?ftr cream, pound £vL Special Demonstration of Blue Waltz 1A. Toiletries iuc New Rayon QQo Pajamas «'"*Amber Glass |C_ Cookie Jars **'** Fabry Oil 1Q Cloth, per yd *•*>*" Si Cummings g Hurt visited at the J. M. Blanchard J home last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Thompson attended the funeral of Andrew Bahner at Dolllver Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dransfeldt were Sunday dinner guest* at the Frank Bahllng home near Burt. Mrs. Glenn Leeper and children went to Fairmont Sunday to visit her parents, the John Brichans. Mr. and Mrs. John Sprank and children were Sunday guests at the J. W. Schlltz home In Bancroft. The Rural Letter Carriers and their wives met at the John Sprank home last Tuesday with 19 present. Mr. and. Mrs. Robert Speed of Waterloo spent last week visiting Mrs. Speed's mother, Mrs. Agnes McBride. The Mothers club will meet at the home of Mrs. J. M. Blanchard August 8th with Mrs. W. G. Flaig assisting. Wm. Cameron returned home Friday after a trip through Missouri, Kr.nsas and Oklahoma. He afeo visited at Tulsa. The Busy Friday club met nt the hcme of Mrs. Emil Kiaft Frtdav flfter- Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hadley an daughter, Harriet of Riuthven stopped off briefly Sunday morning for word of greeting at the A. M. Leas home while enroute to Forest City t visit relatives. Mrs. Hadley will b better remembered as MJfes Wlgdahl, who taught home economics In the public school here In the earl '20s. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Henderson ani children drove to Rochester over th week end to visit Mrs. Pavlck, his mo ther, who underwent an operation fo the removal of gall stones at the Mer cy hospital Thursday. Mr. Henderson accompanied his mother to Roches ter for the operation and returned tha evening. She Is making a nice recoverj at this writing. Members of the Ladles' Aid extended Invitations to the women of the community who have assisted with Ait meetings, suppers and socials to attend a picnic at the church lawn on Wednesday of this week. They began assembling at two o'clock and the afternoon was enjoyably spent in listening to a program followed by visiting and the picnic lunoh. Mr. ad Mrs. Harold Hatfleld of Kalamazoo, Michigan, spent a week h?re visiting her father, Charles Kerrins, her brother, C. V., and sisters, Isabel and Verna Kerrins, and returned to their ihome and employment Wednesday of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Hat- fleld and sister, Isabel, enjoyed a week end stay at a cottage at Clear Lake. Mrs. Hatfleld was Miss Bevf rly Kerrins before her marriage June 9tfi. Those from the Wesley neighborhood who attended the Hamilton-Story Vincent Kteinpeter returned to his duties as manager of the Basket groc ery at Algona Monday morning follow ing a week's vacation spent with his parents here. Mr. Klelnpeter expects to keep up his home at Algona and has employed Miss Verna Kerrins as his housekeeper. It will be remembered that Mrs. Kleinpeter passed away two melts ago and left three little chll* ren motherless. Verna Is a very capable girl and will very ably care for the home and children. Friends and acquaintances of Miss Margaret Looft are rejoicing with her in hearing of a recent advancement through her being elected to the teaching faculty at Ward Belmont, an px- clislve school for girls at N?shvi)le Teni.essee. Miss Looft was re-elected to teach in the Wesley high school but was released from her contiact here so she might take advantage of her new offer. She is leaving Thursday morning for Ames where she is enrolling in a six weeks' summer school session in preparation for her new duties as instructor In foods and nutrition, which commences September 19th. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Wester and Alan drov? to Sioux Center Saturday where hey attended to business in connec- ion with the Karl Ahlers Produce company of New York City. Mrs. Wester islted at the home of the buttermak- r, the two families being very friendly. They were accompanied as far as lull by Mrs. I. A. Gerdes, who spen the day at the home of Miss Carol De Jotz, a former teacher in the Wesley chool. Miss DeMotz is recuperatin from a bad fall she had a month ag UTONKAMAN LOSES EAR IN 1 AUTOACCIDENT Prank Meyer Injured When Car Collides with Car Near Rice & Zerfass Farm noon They wLU ha ;eplc'i the 10th we) *» * amon-ory ofAuinist counties reunion at the fair grounds at Blue Sunday, July 8th, Included /•it j i . ^ , , Gladys Bieretedt accompanied by Ad- the Carl Hanson, the H. M. Hanson, the elia Prink of Algona went to Omaha on O laf and Henry Funnemark families, Sunday to attend a Walther League Le Ster Larsons, Jorgen Skows and Ole convention. Flonis. This year an attendance of Earl Earing, daughter Lucille and 5000 was recorded. Religious services Clinton Guest of Campus, 111., came I were held in the morning followed by ~ ' ' ' ...... " Saturday to visit relatives in Rock and Bancroft. Lone I a picnic dinner at noon and a pro- Gladys and Margaret Nelson of Chi- i gram in the afternoon. when she mlsstepped, getting out of car which caused a fracture of on ankle and a sprain of the other. I will be remembered that Miss DeMot spent a year in bed with tuberculosis recently from which she has made a one hundred per cent recovery. If nothing further develops she expects to resume her teaching in the Hull schoo where she will be instructor In English and dramatic art. W€ek6ddfty f( <* " Barker Rapids visited at the Wm flt guests at the Chris Shaser home. Mrs. Alex Krueger, Mrs. Fred Gen- and Mrs. i noon. The next meeting will be in the church basement with Mrs. Jay Godden and Mrs. W. G. Flaig hostess- otto Sanders family, Lyla Priebe, Ben Gunther home near Estherville Friday. pjfi^m I Mr- M* 1 Mrs- Charles Shlck, the Frank Flaig family attended th eannual Hoosier Day picnic which was held at the CALL THEATRE July 18-31 Algona, Iowa NORTHWEST IOWA'S SUMMER RESORT Ice—Air—Water—Pi.ie Sanitor. 50,000 cu. ft. "Kooler Alre" System. Call the nearest telephone operator for our program. They have the information and are happy to serve you. Western Electric Wide Range Sound Wed.-Thurs., July 18-19 Friday, July 20 Saturday, JOHN BOLES LILLIAN HARVEY "LIPS BETRAY" July 21 a!*. Little 8HIHLKY TEMPLE Hi "MANAGED -MONEY" A CGrmdy. Serial—New.s—Scrappy. Miss Emily Joslyn of Cedar Falls has Tom Trenary home east of Burt on >een elected to teach junior high and Sunday. music in the local school this next Anna'plaig entertained the American racuJty for | Le gion Auxiliary at the John Sprank home last Wednesday evening. Seven members were present. The next rr-Ftinp irfll be at the home of Mrs. N. L Cciion. Mr. and Mrs. George Pettit and daughter. Mrs. Howard McChesnev, of California, visited the Pettit's daughter. Mrs. Art Davis at EmmeUburg on Friday. Mrs. McChesney and children remanied for a longer visit The following enjoyed a picnic at the Jay Godden home near Seneca on Sunday the Al:x Kruegers, James Warisworths. L. B. Hollsters, Mrs. Harry Tarbell of Waterloo and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Vant of Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Blerstedt. her daughter, Evelyn and Mrs. Arthur Bierstedt and sons of Burt drove to Lake Okobojl last Wednesday to get their daughter, Leona, who spent the past ten days at the lake with friends. Sunday dinner guests at the Ralph Thompson home were Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Lampe of Ventura, Mrs. Ira Newbrough and son Donald of Humboldt, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Long of Good Hope, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Long of Lone Rock. Dr. and Mrs. H. A. Angus and son, Howard and friend, John Turkel of Lawton, Oklahoma, and Mrs. Angus' sister, Miss Kitty Holbrook of Denver, Colorado, came Wednesday for a visit at the N. L. Cotton home and with other relatives. They left again Friday. Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Cotton drove to Fort Dodge Sunday to take their daughter, Mrs Harley Shellito, who has been viMting them part way to h<r home. Mr. Shellivo met her there and they returned to their horr.e at Ames. Their daughter, Norma, re- rr.amed with her grandparents lor a longer visit. Mrs. Alex Jenifer, son Tom, Mrs. James Watfcworth and Mrs. Harry Tarbell of Waterloo visited at the M. E. Blanchard home near Irvington last Tuesday. Mrs. Grac- Blanchard. wh-j has been visiting at Seneca the past week arid tpent Monday night at the Krueger ho v ne accompanied them to her home at Algona. E. M. Jens-n drove to Downey Saturday to get Mrs. Jensen and children who have been visiting her sister at Muscatine and his parents at Downey the past week. The Jensens were expected horre Monday. Mr. Jensen wa,s accompanied to Charles City by Mr.". Frank Clayton and son Billy, who had been visiting at the parental Wm. I Krauv- horr.e. Mrs. Albert Gapp and son. Coin and Loretta and Francis Sendrich all of alem, South Dakota, visited at the ev. S. M. Gladstone home from last Tuesday until Saturday. Mrs. Ross Honor returned to her ome at Waseka, HI., Saturday after a sit with her parents. Wm. Fishers. Her daughter, Mary Ann, remained with, her grandparents. Muriel Long returned home last Tuesday after spending a week with her grandparents, the M. E. Blanchards near Irvington and the Delmar Angus family near Algona. Mrs. Albert Gapp, son Coin and Lor- *tta and Francis Sendrich of Salem, South. Dakota, and Rev. and Mrs. 8. M. Gladstone were dinner guests at the A. A. Krueger home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Krueger, sons Earl and Louis of Raymond, Minnesota, visited at the Jay Godden home last Wednesday. They also visited relatives in Lone Rock and Burt. A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Thompson Thursday. She has been named Carol Ann. Margaret Wilhelmi of Bancroft Is doing the house work at the Thompson home. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Householder accompanied by Mrs. Householder's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McGown MYRNA LOY and GEO BRENT in "STAMBOL'L QUEST" Myrna Loy after "The Thin Man" means entertainment. After the Depre.vion—Fun! BILLIE BURKE and MARION NIXON in "WE'RE RICH AGAIN" For the Family For the Family EL BRENDEL Sun.-Mon., July 22 23 LESLIE HOWARD BETTE DAVIS "OF HIMAN BONDAGE Nevv.-, and coint-tiv Tuesday, July 24 BANK NIGHT WARREN WILLIAM JOAN BI ONDELL EDW. EVERETT HORTON "SMARTY" N \v.s and comi-tiy Wed.-Thurs., July 25-26 H B WARNER "SORRELL AND SON" For the Family News arid Cornedv. Fri.-Sat., July 27 28 Double Feature. An inno.taioi: A German tailing picture with German d.al gu<-. English inserted titles. 100 ix-r cent lor all. The first German talking pn-'.urt t ver ureitnttd in Algona. DOROTHY WEICK HERTHA THEILE "MAEDCHEN IX UNIFORM" and BUCK JONES :n "THE FIGHTING RANGER" Comt-cy and Serial. Tfr]l your irientis about tr.ii German TaJkiiij. picture Sun. Mon., July 29 30 Colored Silly Kyiujjli.iiy, ••The Bit? B;id Woll" New News ana MADGE EVANS OTTO KRUGER UNA ALERKEL 'I ED HEALY ROBERT YOUNG in "ALL GOOD AMERICANS" Rvtitkd "Paxk, luu-riude. A Jin t itory of Liiiabtrjjh'i liiiiding in PtrLt. and the Aini-n- cai.i in the colony, i-n.c lothion ihow iv- qui-ntt. Tuesday, July 31 BA^iK ANN SOtFTHERN NIGHT "BLIND O.VIK' PAUL KEXLY August l-a-3 Greut*fct Luu^h >lu»w on tUxord Will Kc^tr* in "IIAN- l»V A-V1>V". FLui for U»i» unt. drove to Des Moines Saturday. They visited Vera Morris at Ames. Florence Grubb, who has been visiting at the Victor Rogers and Andrew Thom- een homes .accompanied them to Ames and returned to her home at Ontario. Verda Belle Thomsen, who has been visiting relatives at Ames the past few days, accompanied them home. The following were Sunday guests at the A. D. Newbrough home: Mrs. Cora Terwlllger, daughter Beulah, Mrs. Ernest Terwllllger, daughter Helen. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Terwilllger and two daughters, Mrs. Joe Hall, son Bob, and Mrs. Ira Newbrough and son, Donald, all of Humboldt, Mr. and Mrs. Sdward Blanchard and sons of Irvington, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Newbrough and son and Marvel Marlow of Lone Rock. Twenty Years Ago News Titonka: Frank Meyer and family while returning to their horn-? five and one-half miles southeast of town on Sunday afternoon, collided with a car driven by Mr. Christensen of Crystal [jake at a corner near the Rice & Zer- rass farm occupied by S. G. Keagle. Mr. Meyer was brought to town and gven aid by Dr. Sartor. He was reported to have had one ear cut off, his 'ace badly cut and also internally in- lured. Those in the other car escaped with minor injuries. Both cars were lamaged. Ed Bartlett of Portland is reported seriously 111. C. W. Tuttle is redecorating the Sietsema store building. Archie Cook of Sioux CJtfr came Saturday evening to visit Miss Edith Budlong. Mrs. E. Zwiefel entertained the Dorcas class Friday afternoon at her home west of town. Glen and Vera Farrlngton of Mont- linotyplst for the Topic, and his wife returned with them for over Sunday visit with his parents and at the A. Q. Smith home. Mrs. Frank Fisher entertained the Larkin bridge club at her home Friday afternoon. Mrs. Martin Blelch was high, Mrs. T. A. Dunmire was low, Mrs. J. E. Blelch received the travel priae and Mrs Pierre Sartor, Mrs. J. E Bleich, Mrs. Lee O. Wolfe, Mrs. T. A. Dunmire and Mrs. J. F. Fisher were guests. LEDYARD NEWS (Taken from th-? flies of the Upper Des Moines-Republlcan for the week of July 22, 1914) Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Goeders were rejoicing over the arrival of a fine seven pound girl Rev. F. C. Todd had written a let- er to this paper telling of his exper- ences In a trip through pan of Iowa, "lllnois and Canada. He was accompanied by Chester Schoby. Elmer Kelley had sold his auto repair shop the week before to Paul Clement and Dale Ferguson who were o continue the business. Mr. Ktiley continued to work in the shop. Algonlans were urged to cJran up th e •acant lots and parkings in thf- city o get ready for the crowd exrx-cted or the chautauqua which was to be icld .soon. Weeds and grass were to be cut and a general cleaning to take place. Quoted from the Upper De* Moines- Republican for that week, "Little Rob- •rt Murtagh and Robert Harrington were sick several days last week. Ma.s- er Harrington recovered in a day or two but Mailer Murtagh Is having a hard time of it. It is understood that green apples had something to <Io with the bCjj't,' illness." The Ko*suth county delegation to the Republican state convention the week before had consisted of L. J. Dickinson T. P. Harrington, A. L. Peterson. C. D. Ward, of Union. Charles Wortman of Gei mania, L. M. Owen of Burt and J. A. Freeh ot Bancroft Auditor Norton and Rod Jain had accompanied the group. While there, L. J. Dickinson had been elected a m-ir.btr of the Republican state central commit- U-e fr-.m the Tenth district. New Postmasters at Bancroft and Corwith gomery visited at the Robert Clemans home Thursday. Titonka and Rake played ba'; at Titonka Sunday. The score was 9 to 3 in favor of Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Pendergast, returned the first of the week from their eastern trip and at the Century of Progress. Doyle Reaser received a severe cut on his head while playing in the yard of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Kell. Dr. Mae Budlong returned to Waterloo Saturday afternoon from Mason City by bus. Miss Edith Budlong drove her to Mason City. Miss Genevieve Cosgrove of Mason !ity is the guest of her parents, Mr. ind Mrs. Will Cosgrove. She expects be here for a month. Mr. and Mrs. Grady Smith and their children, Harris and Gladys Ann, left 5unday morning for Holland, Minn., to be gone until Thursday. Miss Vivian Benson, sister of Mrs. ohn Wood, returned to her home In St. Paul Friday morning after spend- ng a week at the Wood home. W. J. Denton, Frank Mulligan and . W. Tuttle of Long Beach, Califor- la, returned Sunday evening from a Ishlng trip in northern Minnesota. Mrs, Lee Wolfe entertained tlw Tiursday bridge luncheon at her home. Jlrs. Downs made high score and Mrs Pierre Sartor low. Mrs. Krantz was a guest. Flick Davis, a former townsman, was appointed game warden for four counties, Cerro Gordo. Chickasaw, Winni- shiek and Floyd. They will live at New Hampton. Herbert Winters, who has been assisting at the Denton drug store during W. J. Denton's absence on a fishing trip, returned to his home Saturday evening. Mrs. Frances Budlong and daughters, Edith and Dr. Mae visited at the Ole Johannsen home near Bancroft and the Oscar Blanchard home neax Lone Rock Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Miller Nelson have as guests this week, her sister, Mrs. Leland Meyer and husband of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Marks of Eldora. Word was received by Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Larson that a baby girl was born to their son, KcrmU and wife at Clarion. July 4th, weighing five and one- half pounds. Sharon Lean Is th? little girl's name. Dick Paul of Fort Dodge and his gravel haulers of Titonka finished re- iurfacing the Bancroft-Forest City- road north of town, the road w*st of the Krantz corner, east past the John Sachau home this week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tienan of Ventura. Mrs. Jim Hansen of Hutchins, Dayle Craven of the CCC at Forest City, Raymond Heifner of Des Moines and Wm. Clemans of Lakota attended the Sidney Wood funeral last week. Grandma Newville, who is 94 years old, is still ill at the home of her daughter, Mrs. I/>vena Jennings. Mrs. Grove of West Bend, another daughter, and also a grandchild, Mrs. Martin Larson have been helping car-: for her. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Cleman.s and son, Geoige, drove down from Lakota Saturday afternoon and their ton, Robert. Mrs. Aeilt Troff was hostess to the German Reform Aid last Thursday afternoon. A good crowd attended and a lovely lunch was served. Mrs. Charles Giles of Des Moines visited this past week at the home of her mother, Mrs. Jesse OTCeefe. Mr. Gfles came for her Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Dunn and sons and Billy McDonald returned Saturday night after a week's visit with Mr. Dunn's parents in Indiana. Mrs. Edward Halverson and daughters visited relatives in Frost, Minn., Thursday. Mrs. Halverson's mother, Mrs. Callestadt, returned with them for a visit here. Robert Dyer, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dyer, had his tonsils removed at Dr. Device's office In Bancroft last Tuesday morning. Dr. Wallace of Algona assisted. Mrs. Charles Hilferty, Edna, Aleta and Reuben Green drove to Lake Mills last Wednesday. While there Reuben secured work with a canning factory, and also a position on the ball team. Mr. end Mrs. Frank Redinger of Des Moines visited from Thursday to Saturday at the home of Mrs. Blanche Jcnks. Marjorie Matzener returned to Des Moines with them for a week's visit. Mr. and Mrs. Jack McDonald entertained a group of friends and neighbors from Grant Center at the Woodman hall last Tuesday evening. Dancing furnished the main diversion of the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mayne and family were guest* Sunday at the Frank Kelly home at a birthday dinner in honor of Wallace, James and Mrs. Mayne's birthdays, all of which occur this week. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Engelby and, Orval spent Sunday at the E. C. Campbell home near Seneca. Friends of the Campbells will be very sorry to Ifcarn that Mrs. Campt>ell is In very poor health. Dr. and Mrs. Ward Hannah of Los Angeles, California, and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Thompson of LuVerne called at the George Thompson home Friday. Dr. Hannah was superintendent of the schools in LuVerne when Mr. and Mrs. Thompson were in school. Mrs. Howard Mftyne entertained 30 young people Friday evening ftt a lawn party in honor of her son, James 17th birthday. The lawn WM brightly lighted and games and contests were enjoyed. A lovely lunch was served late in the evening by the hostess. The M. E. Ladies Aid and friends and families enjoyed a picnic In the park Thursday evening. About 58 attended and the occasion was so mucn enjoyed by all that It was voted to have another in two weete on July 26, to which everyone is cordially Invited. The Women's Foreign Missionary society met Friday afternoon at the home'of Mrs. Joe Mayne. Mrs. F. O. Johnson led the devotions. Mrs. Geo. Thompson gave aVi interesting stewardship article and Mrs Yahnke reported on "Comrades of the Second MUe." .The My»tery Box quest*!* were led by Mrs. Yahnke, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Worden and Harvey drove to Okobojl Sunday to spend the day with Rev. and Mrs. H. E. Harvey of Rowan who have been chaperoning a group of young people at the Epworth League Institute there. Elwood Harvey, who has been visiting ftt the Warburton home in Lakota, accompanied tlwm and Joined his parents there. Mrs. George Thompson's Sunday School class of the M. E. church held a picnic last Monday afternoon at the Call Park in Algona. Mrs. Howard Mayne, Mrs. Edward Halverson, Aletha Brack and Mrs. Thompson acted as chaperones. There were 17 in attendance. After an afternoon of fun and a picnic supper they attended a show at the Call Theater. : c>oooooooooooooooooooo.ooo<>c>" O I e\ I Examinations for the Bancroft and Either. Jerrc-ld and Ellwjn Gfjdden i Corwith poit offices are .soon to be . h>. id, and applicants lor these post- | ir.aiterihins should file their applica.7 | tion not later than July 10. Applica- ! lions should be sent, to the postmas- | ter general al Washington, D. C. The c.'a'e of the examination will later be . g rr.ade known to the applicant. Th-i 0 i Bancroft office pays $2.000 and is be- | ! ing filled by Mrs. Sheridan as acting postmaster since Postmaster Roy Hutton was let out. FOR SERVICE All Things Nice We've »on an enviable reputation lor our piei, cakte and ouier pa&lnt&. Oar chef specializes; in paitrifcj. . , . make's p.es flaky . . . makes cakts fluffy Today try a cake, pie or some of our other pastries. You'll love tvt-ry tasty mouth tul. Wilson Bakery Notice of Sheriff's Sale j I .- TATi: • if IOWA. I'TM Ci >r.NTV. m. I' y x lv t- n 11: :j t '' ••• v I: I i; i • of 1 he 1 IM i ]• i ' 'ourt n f .lii fouMv low.! on ;i ii.ii^njtut i r.-il in s int- IS.--.4. .n la . ,r i.f Tl.i.- ii.ilM.-lrl |il,*!! ('rt--K <'..;i! (\, ;^ [liainltlf iik.-.n.'iM F-; N T.i . :•..•. I 1,1 ,., |,.,r.i: ("I. i!. f. 11.1.11.1 fur Hi.. Mim of four Irjn- t!:,- !:i!'h,.-| i, il,.- :; r .| .1,1 >! ilooi- of II,.- I'oiiit .i. in Ko:-F.jUi I'ojntv r of i.. ,,', ;.,, k A. M of an.l wi.. : .- .I,,.- att.-nd- o. It. V .!..!.-I ''r i .las n I I . I v 11.'!-) I ..Mil II .if of |Co.- - :' '. ' 'o.iiit , lovva H- '"Asrv Id.-;.-: '|n-putv .-'111.11,. rialniin":, Alloi Dresses Cleaned The most delicate summer lingerie and wearing apparel can be brought litre with the utmost assurance that H will be cxact- actly to your specifications in every way. Make it a point to rely each week ou this better service at no greater cost. Modern Dry Cleaners Phone 537 Season Swim Tickets Reduced in Price for balance of the season Adults, 15 yrs. over 1.50 Children, 10-15 yrs. 1.00 Children, under 10 __.50 Big Three Fruits and Berries Apples, fancQr western, can 49c Apricoto, TOton naive*, can Me Blackberries, Western Cultivated C an 47c Blaeberries can 87c Charles, Royal Anne, ..ran 61c Cherries, Roy.il Anne Pitted ran 68c Gooseberries, stemmed and blowed can S5c topuiberrJet can 52c Peachn, yellow cllnc, halve* can .49c Peaches, Tellow cling, diced can 50c Pears, Bartlett whole 'wives can 47c Pbwapple, whole slices can 72c PlWfcppfe thUrfta 71c Pineapple, broken slices can 67c Pineapple, confeetionen cinshed can 62c EXTRA SPECIAL Red Pitted Cherries 49c with purchase of 2 other varieties. Tree ripened fruits and berries of the finest quality put up In the large No. 10 can* for economy and convenience. Ideal for recanning. Preserving or table use. Pnines, fresh can 39c Raspberries, black can 6Zc R**pberriM, red can 66c Strawberries can 78c Special gale and Demonstration Friday and Saturday July 20-21 Long's Food Shop You will like our Meat Market. Our Home Made Hamburger and Samage More Than Pletuie. Try one of Long't Steaks or Ro«U. ^Ve Sell only Baby Beef WMWMW ^^ Something New For BASEBALL Fans at the Fair Grounds Thursday, July 26, 5:00 P. M. First of a series of twilight games Lotts Creek vs Algona Greys Admission—25c and lOc. Sunday, July 29, 2:45 P. M. Fairmont Ind. vs Algona Greys Admission—25c and lOc. >AVWWWWWWW ^^ RODEO Fairgrounds at Algona July 19-20-21-22 8:15 p. in. daily and at 2:30 Sunday FANCY ROPING BULLDOGGING BRONC RIDING HIGH SCHOOL HORSES THRILLS—SPILLS—FUN Famous Ritlers—Comedians—Horses 25 Brahma Steers Street Parade Thursday 7 p. M. Biggest Rodeo on Tour

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