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The Algnna Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Aug. 2, 1934 LEGION'S ANNUAL FESTIVAL AT BURT DRAWS BIG CROWD Ball Games, Dances, Games and Amusements Provide Plenty of Pun Burt: A good crowd attended the l*glon celebration here Friday. The weather turned cooler and it was an Ideal day for the celebration. Two ball games were enjoyed by the ball fans in the afternoon and the evening was spent in dancing and playing games. A ferrls wheel and merry-go-round were kept busy, time. Everyone enjoyed a good Vacation In Mountains Mrs. E. E. Paine received a letter from her daughlter, Mrs. George Schenck, in which she says they are enjoying a vacation in the mountains between Big Bear and Arrow Head. The cabin is owned by the overseer of the Paramount pictures and they arc being royally entertained. The cabin Is large enough to accommodate 14 people. Mrs. B. W. Brooke and daughters drove to Clear Lake Monday. A surprise purtv was given in honor of Mrs. Mayme Hofius Sunday. Miss Nina Oiddings is home for a few days' visit from her work. A 1oint meeting of the Legion and Auxllary was held Wednesday night. O. P. Kraushaar left Monday for "Waverly where he will visit his mother. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Driest took their daughter to Iowa City last week lor treatment. Lola Moser of Mankato spent the •week end at the home of her mother, Mrs. John Moser. Jim Kerr left last Thursday for his home in Minneapolis after visiting his sister. Mrs. C. C. Smith. Edward Paine, Deoorah, spent Saturday and Sunday wibh his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Paine. W. A. McArthur has purchased a T/aPayette car. Harold Smith purchased the McArthur Ford. Mr. and Mrs. Ward McWhorter and two children of Algona were tmesis recently at the F. L. Byerson home. Mrs. Gertrude Thompson accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Earl Girton to Oko- bojl where thev will spend a week. Mrs. Floyd Bartlett returned home Tuesday from Iowa Falls where she visited her mother for several days. Mrs. O. J. F. Vogel 'and Mrs. Albert Volentlne entertained the Ladles' Aid at the church Wednesday afternoon. Miss Jean Harr of Havelock Is visit- Ing Misses Lyla and Leta Olson. The Harr family lived here several years ago. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Oiddings, Mrs. Fred Ringsdorf and Zlta Oiddings <!rove to Wesley Sunday to visit relatives. A baby girl was bom to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Putz Saturday. This moke* three daughters tot the Puts visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Chrlsten'<en. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Kemp and eon of Sparta Wisconsin, were visiting at th-3 H. W. Trainer home several days the past week. Margaret and Rose Marie Ringsdorf came up from Irvington Friday, where daughters of Grlnnell came Sunday to Mrs. U. B. Frankl. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Shadle of Spokane. WashUnRton, have bfcen visiting at the homes of Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Peters and Mrs. Mayme Hofras. Mr, and Mrs. O. F. Kraushaar a.nd daughter of North Hampton arrived Saturday to visit at the home of Mrs. Kraushaar's father, O. P. McDnoald. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Olson and daughter, Leta drove to Havelock to get their daughter, Lyla, who had been visiting there at the Orvllle Harr home. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Hodgson, Misses Esther and Ruth drove to Storm Lake Sunday where thev visited at the Lew Watkihs home. Mr. Watklns Is a nephew. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Llsius and four children of Juanlta, Nebraska, have been visftlns at the home of Mrs. Llslus' parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Koestler. Clarence Anderson of Minneapolis spent Sunday here with relatives. His sisters. Mrs. Frank Bahling and Mrs. Charks Scott, have been caring for his three children. Mrs. W. E. Braos entertained the Birthday Circle last Thursday atter- noon. A fine time was enjoyed by all. Mrs. Brace served home made 1 ice cream and cake. Mr. and Mrs. Lafe Morris of New York and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Niedorf of Waterloo were at the Treptow home Sunday evening. Mrs. Niedorf is Mrs Treptow's niece. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Girton and three daughter of Grlnnell came Sundav to visit Mrs. Glrton's mother, Mrs. Gertrude Thompson and her brother, H A. Thompson and family. Prof. A. J. Draper of Jefferson was n visitor at the K. J. Smith home on Wednesday of last week. Prof. Draper was at the head of the Burt publle schools several years ago. Rev. and Mrs. C. B. MHcfcell and son, Arthur and Richard Chipman returned home from their two weeks' stav at Pelican Lake, the first of the week. Thev report a fine trip. John Zimmermann son of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Zimmermann of Alitona, gave an address at the German Lutheran church here Sunday. Rev. Rlch- mnnn U away on his vacation. Story of the Wild West and Killinq by Bad Man Murder of Algona Man's Relative Recalled When "Pinky" Barnoski Meets John Nickell , at the Algona Rodeo Rodeos, circuses and In fact any kind of show troupe can always be depended upon to furnish plenty of dope for good stories and yarns, and the Clyde Miller rodeo was no exception. Circling about the town in search of excitement, adventure or what have you Ray (Pinky) Barnoski, publicity man for the rodeo made the acquaintance of John Nickell, Maytag salesman, and in discussing the situation Pinky learned that John had relatives who had at one time been residents of his home country around Cheyenne, Elk Mountain, Medicine Bow. and Hosier, Wyoming, the locality in which the story of "The Virginian" Is laid. And thereby hangs atale of frontier life, adventure, plunder and murder. It Gunman Shot CooPin all happened when Tom Horn, who for years after his hanging held a record as the world's greatest steer roper, shot and killed John Nickell's first cousin, Fred Nickell, a son of John's uncle, Kelse. As the story goes Horn was lousy drunk at the timo and was laying for John's uncle, Kelse, when by mistake he shot the boy. About a week later when John's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Nickell, were visiting at the Nickell ranch, the father of the slain boy was fired on from ambush and shot twice, but the shots did not prove fatal. Murderer Hanged The ruthless murder so aroused the community that the country w.-u scoured for Horn and he was finally hanged. He was caught by one of th^ detectives whom the elder Mr. Nickell employed, at the end of a six months search. He was discovered anc caught when one of the detectives overheard Horn and a friend exchanging confidences on the worst things Tom Trenarv and Archie Hutrhl- (th had done ln t h, 5 i r lives. Horn _ ,„» H»^HO,, fnr uwiun smith D.-I- ^ ^ siQTy of y^ klulng O f young Nlckells. He was apprehended ant hanged in February in about 1900 a Cheyenne. At the stroke of the hour of his hanging, bells tolled in every •son left Mondav for Phillip, South Da kota to btiv cattle. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. McDonald and Marv Jean accom- nnnled them nnd will visit a sister of Mrs. McDonald. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Miller of Dennison, spent Sundav here at the home of Editor and Mrs. W. A. McArthur. They were accompanied home by Mrs. BannlcM, Mrs. MfrArthulr's mother, who has been visiting here. Word was received here Saturday of the arrival of a baby gin at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ole Oteon Friday. Mrs Olson will be better remembered HI Miss Esther Toebbin, daughter of Mrs. Anna Toebbin of this place. Dr. and Mrs. J. O. Clapsaddle left Saturday for St. Genevieve, Missouri, ;own in the state rejoicing over the death of the murderer. Kilter, Jndge, Jury Horn and his pal, Bob Meldrum, who is now an old man and saddle maker at Walcott. Wyoming, had records as crack gunmen and were employed by a secret organization of ranchers in he early day to act under the guise of detectives and In some fashion get rid of the homesteaders who were settling the country and occasionally kiting a steer from the ranchers for beef. The men were given authority by their employers to act as killer, judge and jury and there was plenty of blood spilled. The homesteaders naturally banded together to prevent such severe penalty for their friends in cases where beef meant life or death. That the killings were ruthless nnd terrifying Is reveal-sd in the fact that Tom Horn killed his victims with long range shot guns and then placed their County Auxiliary to Meet Tuesday The midsummer quarterly meeting of the Kossuth County American Lesion Auxiliary organization will be held at Swea City next Tuesday, August 7th at the Legion hull. Mrs. Ida Larson, county chairman, will.nreside and close her year's work as chairman. No In- stallaton of officers will be held as this will be done after the state convention in Des Moines. August 22, 23, and 24. The Scrap Book contest will take place with the three Judges being named as Mrs. Roy Sperbeck of Swea City, Miss Carrie Durant of Algona and Mrs. A. M. Lease of Wesley. Three prizes will be given in the contest to :he three units presenting scrap books with the best rating. Mrs. Larson will reward the unit who has the blgirost delegation present. The Burt unit will be in charge of a thirty minute pep program. head upon rocks with the face turned recently. Up After Stroke Ledyard: Jule Sefert, who suffered a severe sunstroke one day last week, working with his grading crew is somewhat mprovcd and is able to be up and about neain. TITONKA NEWS Mr. and Mrs. John Pink nnd son. Robert, were visiting in Mason City toward the sun as a warning to any homesteaders who might come that way. Gunman Makes Saddles Meldrum later gave up the outlawry and took up saddle making, achieving a name for himself among horsemen as a maker of fine saddles. Barnoski, who is of a generation of about three decades later, at one time ordered a saddle from the old man without knowing any of his history. Later, on learning some of Meldrum.q depredations, he cancelled the order. Pinky at one time lived at the Coble Ranch near Bosler, Wyoming where Horn had made his home years before and where he lay In hiding after the Nlckells murder. The ranch is now owned by the Diamond Cattle Co. Barnoski, Weaver Drew, and Juanlta Drew, who was formerly with the George White Scandals, will continue through the season with the Clyde Miller rodeo and will then go into vaudeville as the Juanita Drew act. Drew was one time a pal of Will Rogers and is a small part Indian. His wife Is a Spanish girl, whom, he marred and taught to ride. ARRIVE AT BANCROFT BY PLANE TO VBrr RELATIVES ON SATURDAY A. Graham, Mrs. A. E. Ashling and Mr. and Mrs. George Stone, Jr. and son and Rev. Moore returned to their homes at Sterling, 111, .the latter_ part , .. -. ..... Mrs. James Weber of Toledo, Ohio, have been visiting Mr and Mrs. W. H. Klamp. Mrs. Weber Is a cousin of Mrs. TClamp. George Graham, who has been at Cedar Rapids the past two years, Is oaturuav iw* *•>*•• w^*******"^ *»*•—**"•••• .uumta* wi/ wwv*«««» —-•• «•-« -— .___.i where they wBl visit Vr and Mrs. of the week after attending the funeral Glair Clapsaddle. They will also vis- | of Harley Fitch*. it relatives In Illinois and attend the | p,. of an(1 Mr s . Lvi e Morris left on World's Pair before returning home Mrs. Will Annis and daughter, Beth cam* 'to the Treptow home Wednesday and on' Thursday took Mrs." Treptow, Mrs. Wm. Stoutenberg and Miss Phoebe Morgan to George, Iowa, to »?e old friends of the group, the John Boom family. Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Stone, Mrs. A. CALL THEATRE August 1-16 Algona, Iowa NORTHWEST IOWA'S SUMMER EESORT Ice—Air—Water—Pine Banltor. 60,000 cu. ft. "Kooler Alre" System. Call the nearest telephone operator for our program. They lave the Information and are happy to serve you. It's Grand Entertainment _ . VVTLL ROGERS PEGGY WOOD Wed.-Thurs.-Fn. CONCKITA MONTENEGRO A,,« 10^ "HANDY AND V" AUg. 1-^-0 Better than "David Harum". Matinee 2:30 rhursday Saturday, Aug. 4 Double Feature! Another big fun show JOE E. BROWN ALICE WHITE "A VERY HONORABLE GUY" Action! Action! Action! TTM MCCOY SUE CARROLL "STRAIGHTAWAY" Big fun and thrill show Serial—New»—Comedy Sun.-Mon., Aug. 5-6 HOWARD, Algeria's favorite BINNIE BARNES "THE LADY 18 WIIXINO" Delightful, saucy, witty, gay. Comedy drama Ring Crosby In 30 minutes of fun and music. Comic Color. "Puss in Boots" New News Tuesday, Augst? BANK NIGHT EDNA MAY OLIVER TULLY MARSHALL JAMES GLKASON BRUCE CABOT in laugh mystery "MURDER ON THE BLACKBOARD" and the outstanding dance novelty in pictures Hal LeRoy in "Private Lessons" and 20 minutes of fun, "I'll Be Sueing You." New News Monday morning for their home In New York after spending their vacation at the home ot her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dltftmer and also at the home of his parents at Oakland, Iowa. Word was received here by friends of Mrs Dexter, who Is visiting her son. Russell and family at Kenbro, Kansas, saying they expect to visit the Worlds Fair soon and they will bring Mrs. Dexter home when Russell has fels vacation. He Is engineer of th? mines at Kenbro. She also states It Is hot and dry there. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Hutchison and her sister. Mrs. Shore and son of Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hutchison and two daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Hutchison, Mr. and Mrs. Will Stoutenberg, Mr. and Mrs. Will Bourne, nnd Mr. and Mrs. Georg.? Hanna and riauehter. Mvrtle were entertained on Sundav at the Mrs. Wm. Treptow home to a fried chicken dinner. Many Bancrofters Enjoyed Vacation Trips; Some Ee- turn This Week JAMES CAGNEY PAT O'BRIEN GLORIA STEWART FRANK MC HUGH lO.OOO gobs with the entire Pacific Fleet in "HERE COMES THE NAVY" Glorious .spectacle— refreshing romance. News and Comedy. Friday, Aug. 10 Saturday, Aug. 11 Grand for the family. Be sure to bring the children. Clean, inspiring, actionful story of lieroiim. RALPH MORGAN LOIS WILSON GEO. BHEAKSTON "NO GREATER GLORY" Paul S!i\et Boys vs. The Red Shirts. Every mother and dad thould see it. Spv-cial Friday niatuue 2:30. Double Feature ! Big fun and thrill show. HOOT GIBSON •TOWBO Y COUNSELLOR" ZAZlTpiTTS PHILLIPS HOLMES MARY BRIAN NED SPARKS PRIVATE SCANDAL" The ino,st, eiitetraining pack of lies you ever listened to- Truth hurt, so they all Ikd Think of the iuu with Zazu Pitts and Ned Serial— News— Cartoon Sun.-Mon.. Aug. 12-13 WARNER BAXTER MADGE EVANi "GRAND CANARY" Also Laurel and Hardy in "GOING BYE BYE" New News. Puesday, aug. 14 BANK NIGHT MARY BOLAND JACK HALEY "HERE COMES THE GROOM" ! Hilarious farce, lots of laughs. Buddys Garage—News-Jolly Good Fellow Wed.-Thurs., Aug. 15 16 JEAN HARLOW FRANOHOT TONE. LIONEL BARRYMORE -BORN TO BE KISSED" Retltled ("Girl from Missouri") News ajid owe red Features A good sum was taken In Saturday evening at the ioe cream social given by the Presbyterian Ladies' Aid In spite of the cool weather. The Jim and Peter Bruer families were at Woods Lake where they attended a family reunion of the De Vrlea family recently. The TTiaves Bist/srs accompanied the Otto Kramer family of Buffalo Center to Rice Lake Sunday, where they en- Joyed a picnic dinner. The G. B. Heetland family of Buffalo Center w-ere here Sunday visiting at the home of Mrs. Heetland's mother, Mrs. C. R- Smith. The Misses Zoe Surge of Cedar Rapids and Antoinette. Hart of Bancroft spent the fore part of the week at the home of the Wade Balls. Mrs. Wm. Schroeder, Jr., returned home Sunday from St. Paul where she had spent a week with her sister. Miss Jennie Coupanger, who is seriously ill. Rev. Gerald Ukena and wife and little son. Barry, arrived here Sunday afternoon from Jossup. for n vihlt at the home of Rev. O. H. FrerUUu anil Mrs. Ida Ukena. Word from Rochester, is that Mrs. F. W. Axland, who wi lit there lor an examination, was opi-rat. d on for cancer of the brca.st nnd she was f:..-Uint isloni; us well a» could be eM> cted. The ni inix-rs of the Prehbyteri n choir save a paity. Thursday i-winn.. in the church parlor in honor of t'Ai of their nieinbi-r.s. Mr. ami Mr.v Ciii-n: Enneii. who were marri'd Wcdnc.-d.iv Mra. H. H. Murray returned i'-""i lail week from Marion, Ohi'. v.-n-r .she ):ad been called to th b (!--i;t- of her brulhtr. who wa.-> badly burn. • I but. wlio waa u'itting alony; iiKily v.iui Mrs. Murray lelt. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nilz w- nt t Ri:che.sU'i-. Minn., Sunday \vh.-iv Mi Nit/ Will 1^0 through the Mavo clim Mr.s. Nitz hua bien in poor hca'.i'i I, the pas:, several months foll'j.vui-! •' severe ca.se of ton.siliti.-i. Mr. and Mrt. August Gulkiucht. and dauKhters Emma and Lena a:i.l Mr. and Mrs. Wui. Gutknccht were at Aio- ca, Wisconsin, Sunday where they attended the golden wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Churles Gutknecht. Frank Miller. LaVi-rne Liusvelcl and Mr. and Mrs. Wade Ball drove to Bancroft Sunday and from there acu'in- uanicd the Guy Hart family to Ain';na. where they were entertained ut cim- uer by Mi-, and Mrs. Fred Purk ut the county farm. The Misses Gertrude Wortmau and Mary Jane Lewis and Noraiai Fm-kum of tliis place and I^'ona JuJikeniieler and Aletliea. and WiU-on Brack of Ledyard expected to leave on Tuesday mornUig for Chicago to spend a few days at liw World's Fair. Bancroft: Duke Klnsey and brother. Lloyd Klnsey' ot South Carolina, arrived here by plane Saturday and visited relatives and frlendfj. Mrs. Joe Welp, Jr., entertained Sunday with a dinner for Mr. Klnsey. Miss Lentz of Minnesota is visiting at the home of Mrs. Joe Nurre. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard N""lK>n of Algonn were Sunday visitors here. Mr. and Mrs. Jack McDonald of Lcdvard visited recently at the home of Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Devine. Sister Marv Eunice, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Mouscl will spend her vacation here with her parents. Mrs. Frank Weip and Mrs. Joe Menke left last, Friday for Chicago and expect to be gone a week or ten days. Mrs. Eva Kennedy, sons John and Edward exp?ct to leave for Cheago this coming Sunday and spend a week at the fair. Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Merrill drove their daughter, Viola to Waterloo on Sunday where she will spend a week visiting friends. Mrs. John Rosenkrantz of Des Moinea and son, Jackie are spending this week with her mother, Mrs. John Nemmers. Mrs. Leo Whalen and family visited at the homes of Tom Garry and Joe Sandschulte last week. Thev returned to Mason City the first of this week. The Misses Clara Corlnne and Josephine Nemmers are expected home this Friday or Saturday from Colorado where thev have been the past two nonths. Dr. and Mrs. Welp of Waterloo or- Ived Sunday and spent, the day at the lome of his sister Mrs. Joe W«lp. Sr. iis sister, Emily returned with them where the will resume her duties in i beauty shop. Father Gi'ady returned last week rom his vacation and Rev. Nemmers if LeMars accompanied him.. He pending a few days with Father Mr. nnd Mrs. H. C. Schweppe have as their house guest, Miss Newberry. a former teacher In the Titonka schools. John Swalve will move into his home recently vacated by Fred Wentz and his son, Henry and family will live with him. Dr. and Mrs. H. L. Anderson and sons, Billy and Oan of Clear Lake were Sunday guests of Dr. R. C. Ball and family. Alton Hansen of Council Bluffs returned to his home Thursday after spending a few days with his mother, Mrs. Nelsena Hansen. Mrs. W. J. Dsnton returned Tuesday from Gilmore City after spending a few days with her parents Mr. and Mrs. James O. Winter. Miss Hazel Miller left Thursday for Des Moines to take examination for nurses' training. She expects to work In a hospital in Des Moines. Mir. and Mrs. Honwr C. Barbour and family moved to Amboy, Minn., where Mr. Barbour is employed operating a linotype for the Amboy Herald. Miss Mercedes Sartor and her cou- In, Mrs. Peter Wetewold left Thursday evening fpr their home In Chicago after visiting a week at the Dr. Sartor home. Miss Edith Marie and Miss Marjorle Boyken were gues'ts of Miss Marie Classe of Forest City, Friday. Marjorle had the pleasure of a ride In a 16- passenger airplane. The Titonka Indians won their ninth straight game Sunday. They played Buffalo Center there and the score was 3 to 2 Callles and Bockelman pitched for Titonka and Batt caught. Mrs. Will Cosgrove and daughter, Lucille entertained Tuesday at dinner. Miss Mevoedes Barter, Mrs. J. E. Blelch, Mrs. Peter Welswold, Miss Alice Sartor and Mrs. John Wood. John K. RJOTentrop returned the first of the week from Mercy hos- Sunday guests of Wm. Boyken and family. The members of the Womnn's club held a social meeting Fridav at the home of Mrs. Homer Downs. Those assisting Mrs. Downs were Mrs. R. C. Ball, Mrs. S. J. DcVries Mrs. Roy Budlong, Mrs. C. A. Hoon, and Mrs. Frances Budlong. Mrs. J. F. Fisher had as guests on Wednesday evening her brother, Frank W. Ingham and wife of St. Paul, and her mother, Mrs. Jennie E .Inghnm of San Jaclnto California. Her brother and wife returned Wednesday even- ng, but her mother remained for a longer visit. Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Wentz moved into the J. C. Newville home in the east part of town. Mrs. J. C. Ncwville tins moved the post office into the building she recently purchased from the Budlong Bros, for that purpose, on east main street. The Newville family will also live In the building. Mrs. Oscar Blanchard of Lone Rock entertained in honor of Miss Mercedes Sartor and Mrs. Peter Welswold, both of Clicago. nt her home. Wednesday nfternoon. the following guests: Mrs. J. E. Bleich. Mrs. H. Schenck, Mrs. Kfnnvth I. Fisher, Miss Alice Sartor. Mr.s. Blanohard. Mrs. Fisher and Miss Sartor were in rmrscs' trnintnir together nt Cook Couni.y hospital In Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Boyken, northeast, of town entertained Wednesday nt horw made Ice cronm nnd cnke the following 'relatives in honor of their daughter, Mnrjorte's 12th birthday: Mrs. Jennie E. Ingham, San Jaclnto, California, Mrs. Mnrie Boykon nn d.son Dick of Woden Miss Mnrlc Clnsse of Forest City, Mr. nnd Mrs. F. Fisher nnd son, Stanley. Mr. nnd *Trs. Ellert Boyken and son, Larry. Mr. nd Mrs. Fred Boyken and children, Lois, Robert. Mary Lea, Donnld, Mr. nd Mrs. Will Boyken nnd daughter. VTamie, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith and hildron, Mnrie the twins. Loin Mn^, Dick, Honrv nnd Fred Mnvlnnd, nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Kenneth Fisher and daughter. Audrey of Titonkn. Week-End Specials Irapefruit, Plori- Water Heaters i; Coal, Gasoline or Oil Complete Service in Repairing or Installation of Plumbing, Heating or Sheet Metal Is possible with our stock Also Pump Work Holtzbauer Tin Shop Phone 83 117 S. Dodge 26-tf 2 No. 2 cans Macaroni or Spag-17- hcttl. 2 pounds 1 I C Calif. Sardines, OC| r 3 oval cans trtlv (Tomato or Mustard) Blackberries, No. 10 can Tea Siftings, 1(\ r 1 pound bag Ivv Coffee, 10f Peaoerry, pound 1 •/1» Frute-Gel, per pkg Sum-iR-Aid, btl. makes Vfe gal. Superb Oats, large pkg Cocoanut, i.i lb. bag Baking Powder, 0?C Calumet, pound can — l*l+\f Toilet Soap, Camay, 4 cakes Oxydol, 21C mcd. sl»? pkg ™ * v " Fly Ribbons, .4 rolls for Navy Beans, 3 pounds Corn, 3 No. 2 cans Tomatoes, Igc. No. 2Vi cans, 2 for Salmon, 2 tall cans Pork and Beans, tall can Post Toasties, 21 r 2 large pkgs "*** Mustard, 1 k« quart Jar * t/v " 14c 25c 1A r 1VV pltal In Mason City where he has been a patient for the past two weeks. He Is recovering nicely from his recent operation. Mrs. Pierre Sartor entertained the Thursday bridge luncheon at her home. Mrs. .H. I. Torgerson was high, and Mrs. Ray Bonacker was low. Mrs. Marv Oesterreicher and Mrs. Guido Sartor were guests of the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. MLssal and their hildrcn of Garner, Fred C. Missal, r., of Brltt, Evelyn and Kenneth Lub?n of LeMars and Mr. nnd Mrs. W. Stenzel and family of Tltonka were Scholtes. He will be ordained ime next year. Father HUKO Dier-s, son of Mr. and Mrs. I. Di-;TS, of Wisconsin, came the ir.st of lasl week and remained a week vLsiiing at the honie.s of his brother. r'l.'in Dii-rs and i>i.sti-r. Mr.s. Toiij 3chn ider and al.so other relatives. ML.NS Matiiie Winkrl attended the funeral (it her broth r-in-law. Dr Vorwork. who died in Burlington. Dr VorAork Ls well known to people o H.iihToU. having lived here some year The Bancroft Junior Lrautie bi--7 ba! leain ii!OK,re(l to Rockwell Cilv Wed i,, day to ulav Allison, tile lir.sl da\ In ii iiii.la. I:.i- .-econd anil Burlincto :i..- Ihn'd, 111 the ijlat-e Intel to be lu-1 '.i. ie (i. H. Un.lcrkollei- will U-av- ior Ati n.Hi. Minn.. Saturday to d" relivl' \ujik ior I wo wecko at the L. C. IKm- i.i'.l, 1 (im_ r store. His daughter, Mrs. 1-vaiik lacker and Monica will accom- |j,inv him. 'Hi,. Misses Mai.-, Mai'KUivt and Nun Sherman of Calilurnia, i liters of Joe Sherman of Baiicrolt have been visiting a mother in Fort Dodge and returned here for a few days' bc-loiv leaving for home. Mrs. Bob Doyle, daughter-in-law of Miv>. Amtlda Doyle, who arrived here l*sl wetk from Rapid Ctty. South Dakota, left for her hoiu^ Saturday. While here they drove in to Chicago and attended the World's Fair. H, W. POST Dray and Tranf er Storage of all kinds. Long distance haullnf. Every load Insured against loss or damage. Equipped to do all kinds of draylng and hauling. 83-tf A Quitter If It is true that all the world loves a lover, it Is equally true that all the world hates a quitter. Even at 70 years I arn not quitting and I do not think much of this loving game either. What I like is good straight business. I feel the greatest service I can render my customers Is to get Just what they want at bottom prlces.| Goods well bought are easy to sell. No trouble to sell a man or woman what they want. Give people what they want at prices they can afford to pay and you have satisfied customers. In these hurry up clearance sales you can fool aU the people part of the time and part of the people all the time but from a business standpoint, I do not see any good in trying to fool any of the people any cf the time. Good every day bargains all the year round Is what makes repeat custom :rs. Standard goods like Bostonlans, W. L. Douglas, Connolly Kangaroo and Peters "City Club" for men; Alr- Tred, Arch Henewer. Peters Smart Maid, Peters Parade, BUllken and other smart slippers for women. Red Goo.'o, Robin Hood, Thoro Good and other standard makes for boys and girls. Those good shoes at low prices creates confidence and gives the store volume. The more we sell, UK- cheaper we can sell. It is real kindness to your pocketbook to trade at Neville's Shoe Store ALGONA, IOWA. i&oa^ctcKixrecaKeesre^ Attend Bridal Shower Lone Rock: A number of Lone Rock peupit; attended a mscellaucious tJiow- er Riven at the shelter house at the Call State Park new Algona Prldav afternoon in honor of Mrs. Glenn, Culbertson, formerly Mary Ellen Marlow. Health and the Kossuth County 4-H Club Health Contest In I)C Jlrl'l All-list 8 in Altioiui Congratulations to the club winners and the new 4-11 champion who will be selected. MILK. IS THl-: BUILDER OF HEALT11Y BODIES U MINDS The Algona Cooperative Creamery Phone 400. immmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmS

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