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The Algnna Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Aug. 2,1934 RODEO-STAMPEDE ATIOWASTATEFAIR Over 200 Head of Stock and 75 Famous Riders and Ropers to Take Part Des Moines, Iowa, August. 1. Special: The world's champion all-around cowboy, "Buff" Brady of Cheyenne, 'Wyoming, made the first official entry this week for th? second annual Iowa State Fair Rodeo and Stampede to be held during seven nights of the exposition here from August 24th through August 30th. Brady, who won the world's championship at, Cheyenne, and has play«d in wild-west movies with Tom Mix end Hoot Gibson, in addition to a road tour with Will Rogers, has entered for both the bulldogging and roping contests at the State Fair rodeo Approximately seventy-five other famous riders, ropers, and wrestlers will corns to Des Moines to match skill with Brady and equally well known champions. One of the worldCB most famous bucking horses, "Syn Dawn" will also be brought to the State Fair, for the bronco- riding contests. "Syn Dawn" has an international reputation, fair officials say, and has thrown the best riders in the game. Nearly 200 Iwad of wild horses and steers are being shipped to Des Moines from the western and southwestern plains, espsclal- ly for the rodeo contests. Sixteen different contest events will headline the rodeo program «nch night of the fair, in addition to a spectacle of pioneer days "The Winning of the West." W. E. "Oandy" Hammer of Fofrt Worth, Texas, former champion rider and roper has been named superintendent for this years' rodeo. TWO LAKOTA WEDDINGS IN WEEK; BARGER-EVERETT RITES ON SUNDAY Lakota: Miss Helen Bareer of this place and Ivan L. Everett of Spencer were united in marriage during a beautiful ceremony Sunday evening, July 29th, at eight o'clock, at the Presbyterian church. The bride was attended by her sister, Miss Mildred Barger and th? groom by Clarence White of Spencer, a friend of the groom. The pulpit was beautifully decorated with a multitude of colored cut flowers. The bride wan dressed in an ankle length white satin gown and beautiful lace and net veil, and carried a bouauet of red bud roses. The flower girl, Doris Asmussen, wearing a pink silk dress, led the bridal procession and was followed in bv the ring bearer, Robert Roelfsema. who carried the ring on a dalntv little pillow. Next came the bridesmaid who was met at the pulpit by the best man, and the bride was met bv the groom, the marriage ceremony being performed by the Rev. O. H. Frerking. Mrs. Frerking sang "I Love You," and "O Promise Me," accompanied by Mrs. J. E. Ukena on the piano. The voting couple left Sunday evening on n 2 weeks' honeymoon 'which they will spend at Lake Black Hills, alter > home temporarily and the •which thev will be at Spencer. Miss Barjrer is a d.nmh- ter of Postmaster and Mrs. J. A. Barger. and was a graduate of the Lonyarri high school in the class of 1927. and graduated from a two years' course in normal training at Beuna Vista college at Storm Lake. She was a member of the Phi Alpha Pi sorority. She has been teaching at Garfteld. Iowa. Mr. Everett is a graduate of the Spencer hleh school and Is In the employ of the Bell Telephone Co. Out of town quests who attended the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Findlay of Fort Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Campbell of Spencer. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Klein and daughter. Lucille of Webb, Iowa, Supt. and Mrs. Kenneth Rowley and sons. Harold and Kenneth of Wesley and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Knon-tr of Ledyard. Rippentrop-Ennen Miss Anna Rippentrop, oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Rippentrop, southwest of town and George Ennen, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. R. En- hen, were united in marriage last Wednesday at one o'clock p. in. at the Presbyterian parsonage, Rev. O. II. Frerking performing *he ceremony. They were attended by Miss Adah Telkamp and Alvin Rippentrop. They will make their home north of town where Mr. Ennen is farming with his brother. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Winter spent Sunday afternoon at Alcona. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Huenhold of Algona were here Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Aalderks. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Thaves and Mrs. loulse Schmitt were up from Burt Saturday calling on relatives. Arlene Rippentrop of near Elmore and Deloris Nltz are spending a few davs at the Peter Bruer home. The Ed Looft family spent Sunday evening visiting at the home of Ed's mother, Mrs. Margaret Looft near Ledyard. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Schlssei of Minneapolis, spent several days the past week at the home of their son, A. C Schissel and wife. is co elntwpictures AS well as Pent, "Dick" Says Iowa Will Go Republican Chicago, Illinois.— A solid republican delegation to the next congress from Iowa, was predicted on Wednesday by Senator L. J. Dickinson of Iowa. "Within the last two weeks there has been noted an exceptionally strong change in sentiment. "While we m ay not capture control of tile lower branch of congress In November, my reports indicate clearly that we will make such gains as will put a check on the left-wing veering of our government. We will be able to stop gas rule and rubber stamplsm." The Aid meets this week at the home of Mrs. Mae Dibler with Mrs. Cordon Hansen assistant hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Venteicher were Mason City callers Monday. They took their son, Lambert back, after he spent Sunday at home. The Clarence Christensens entertained Sunday to dinner the Chris G'.iristensen family of Rodman. Ross BuffinRtons Edmund Larsens and Mrs. Marie Chrlstensen. Mrs. Bryant Asa visited at Waterloo last week with her sister, Mrs. Rae Hutchison. The Hutchisons wero residents of this neighborhood several years ago. Mrs. A3a brought the Hutchison children home with her for a visit. JToldS iftf record eel ike Jtiutio cntteset. BARRYMORE H IS greatest ambition is to be able to draw pictures « well and as weirdly as Dore... but if he left the screen he says he would become a rubber salesman. As » matter of fact, one of his various means of livelihood, in the days before young maidens and old became familiar with his profile... was selling testimonials for a hair restorer. He thinks "Canadian Capers" is swell music and enjoys the funny papers more than the editorial pages of his Sunday newspaper. His pet aversions are early morning phone calls »nd fat lady journalists, yet he'll stay up all night talking to * cub reporter. His favorite dish is water cress and hii taste in books runs to earJy American authors. He is considerate of laborers, deaf old ladies and frightened actors... but he's ruthlessly frank in his aversion to stupid executives. No matter what a "fence jumper" he may have been in his youth...nis wife, Dolores Costello, has completely domesticated Don Juan, now... his life today is as simple as that of an Episcopalian rector and he's more proud of his two children than of all his triumphs in the theatre. He is an Irish-American and makes no bones about his birthday being February 15, 1882 . .he even admits the place to have been Philadelphia ... and at fifty he's sail playing dashing young lovers with more persuasion than most of the juveniles in Hollywood. He holds the record at the RKO-Radio Pictures lot for the greatest number of hours sleep on the set... but be never misses a call or protests at retakes. He owns four dogs, twelve cats, a King vulrare, fifty other varied kinds of birds, two $10,000 automobiles and a steel Deisel yacht. When he's not working, he and his family usually take long cruises on the"Inf»nti"... fishing,exploring,hunting. He collects ivory, old glassware, guns and funny stories. His brother Lionel is his favorite actor and his sister Ethel his favorite actress . and he thinks he did his own bat work as Captain Ahab In "Moby Dick." Classified Ads For Sale FOR SALE—Dutcheas apples. Reasonable.—Mrs. Mary Keefe, phone 2F11. 31 USED BUICK CAR FOR SALE—One of the best used Bulck cars In Algona is offered for sale at about one-seventh of the cost price. The car Is mechanically perfect and has always received the best of care. Anyone interested should Inquire at the Upper Des Moines office. FOR SALE—Brown Swiss bull calf. Dam teirted 4.5. Sire's dam made 520 Ibs. fat. $25 delivered.—Alfred Bierstedt, Whittemore, Iowa. 32* CLEARANCE SALE—To move chicks quickly. Last hatch August 17. Day old chicks $4.95, pullets $10 per 100. Started chicks Ic per chick per week lor Wooding, only limited number. Hurry to gj£t what, you want.—Hamilton Hatchery, Bancroft, Iowa. 31-32 FOR SALE-H3prtng fries 3 Ibs. and up 65c each.—Mrs. Xena Shock. Phone 28P13. c-o Jewell Patterson. 32 *,,... Oliver manure spreader for Sale Kb reduced price If taken at once.—EI- bert Oarage, Save that cream with a Vega separator. Users biggest boosters. Medium size, $77.50. Terms—Bjustrom's, Algona, Iowa. 3-tf Miscellaneous Have you tried our Thrifty Wash.— Klrscna Laundry. Phone 287. 48-tf Our Interest, rate to borrowers was reduced to six per cent on July 1st, If you are planning on building a home, remodeling or want to refinance your present mortgage avail yourself at the low interest rate plan of the Algona Bulding & Loan Ass'n. 22-U R. M. MINKEL, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Swea City, Iowa Phone 2 Our Want Ads Bring Quick Results n Kigttn Rra THEATRE LOCAL NEWS WEST BEND NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Paul LeaveHon are the parents of a bir>y boy born to them Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Evert Martin and four children, two boys and two girls of Kockwell City, spent a few hours Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Smith. Mrs. Martin is the former Winifred Almy, the first physical education Instructor to teach in Algona and ha.s many frl;nds here. Mrs. B. P. Reed, who makes her •home will her daughter, Mrs. M. A. Stewart at Yankton, South Dakota, is visiting at the home of her son. Lee Mis. Lee Reed accompanied Mr. and Mrx M. A. Stewart to Indiana where she will visit her slsti-r. The Stewarts will live in Ohio while Mrs. Reed vis- Its in Indiana. Mrs. W. P. HemphlH and son, Jack, jj:lurm-d r'riUuy evening irom a month's visit with Mrs. John Krankel In the black Hills. "The Gang" <Ak> re, Dearchs, two Beardsley and Wrayi, came over and spent one ilav with them. Mrs. Hemphill brought Jean home from Clear Lake Monday after she had six-til a week there. A boy, weighing 9>i pounds, was born to Hr. and Mrs. Arnold Elbert Wednesday morning, July 25th. The child was named William Jix-.eph. Arnold drove his mother, Mrs. Joseph Elbert and the babe to Iowa City Saturday where the baby is now receiving treatment for obstruction of the bowels. His condition is improving at this time though he is not yet out of danger. Mrs. Ira Pauley is still on the .-Ick list. Mr. and Mrs. Jerrv Schutter were Sunday visitors at the Behrends home in Alt?ona. Miss Irene Mikes returned from Iowa Cltv last week wh'.re she has been taking work in the dramatic department of the university. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Grove and Mr3 Clarence McCullough attended the funeral of Mrs. Newville at Titonka laH Wedne.sday. Mrs. Newville was the mother of Mrs. C. E. Grove. Mrs. Bard.slev and children, nettv Jolmine and Neil returned to Neola their Inme on Sunday. Thev I'.avi b en visiting at the home of Mrs lianl'lev'.s par-.nts, Mr. and Mrs. 'i A. Clark. Mrs. Allen Wirtz was taken t-» (In hospital at Iowa City liiit Monday. Sh !.-> .suffering from diabetes and will lirobablv remain there for a month. Chas. Fri den. her brother, took her clown in hi.s car. .Sunday was th.- mssinn festival dav of the Evangelical Lutheran church here. The h/and from I/itts Creek played. Rev. Kabelitz of Fenton uave the .sermon. The congregation had a f'mn- r together in the church .social rooms at noon. Frank Kinkade was taken to the ho.-pital at Fort Dodge thb week wher<; it was diseovered j;i- wa.s sutferinu Horn cancer. Ilia condition ia considered otiiti' serious. His sons. Huuli and R(.|>. rt, were called there Sunday to be with him. CHATTER The Will Rogers pictures come just iftcn enough . . . they d:n't tax one's tceptive ability, and yet just about he time your appetite for Will has been wr.ettcd, along he comes in another picture . . . this time 1' is "Handy Andy." showing today and tomorrow at the Call . . . like Doug Fairbanks n his prime, the Rogers pictures are all good . . . and Will has never ap- >eared in a production which could :ause anyone to blu.sh. or the movie censor league to bring ou; the red pencil. A double feature. Saturday, win be Joe E. Br'wn in "A Very Honorable Guy," and Tim McCoy and Sue Carroll n "Straight Away." The Brown picture has not been shown her.;, and •oupled wth a good western, the pro- fcram should be mighty inleres'.ing. S:-rial also. DOAN NEWS Clarence Seefcld shelled corn on Monday. Obe Hot; thtlk-d corn en Tuesday of tliii week. Tile A. J. Martin. ks were Clear Lake visitors Sunday. Mrs. AIIJO.J Angle and MIS. Ciaytcn AnKlt- w. re AlKunit cullers Thursday. The school house in ui-.lric'. No 4 was Uuaud to a ucw coat ol Uaiiil l-»st week. The Doan ball team played 'lie Plum Cretk Elts tiuntiay, lu&m^ Uie K^'"^ e to n. Mrs. Dean Anduws vi/ju-d at tilt- home- of la-r suler Mia. Ualu bliutlicij Wednesday. Harvesting ia over with in i.is vicinity and now evci-juiic is KL-UIU-; n.iUy for thresJiuiH' Mrs. Ted Hoover and rhiidivn \i. it.d h r mother. Mrs. J. i->. Anuix-'A. , 1 'u< •.--day ufteruooJi. Mrs. Ross Buciuu'un t.illi-J <•" Mr.-. Howard Andix-Wo ul Tilunlia W..cim-.,- dav alien. ooii. The Rudy Lartona m;d Tniu 1;!':- ; • :.-. Uero cuancr Kuesls ul tl: L - W.;: '• t .'.:.<J ivoii l.uiiie Sunday. THE WEEKLY RECORD WEATHER July 25, trace of rain 97 73 July 26, .12 inches rain 84 63 July 27, trace of rain 89 65 July 28 82 51 July 29 82 62 July 30 84 52 July 31 86 59 ALGONA MARKETS Corn. 2 white SSI 2 yellow 58 2 mixed -58V' Old Oats -38 New Oats HOffS-Sowc Medium weight, 200-300 .......... $4.20 prime butchers, 300-500 .......... 4.10 Packing Sows. 300-350 ............ 3.35 | Packing Sows. 350-450 .......... 3.45 ' Picking Sows, 450-500 ........... 3.33 Light weight 140 .............. ISO 3 20 Light weight. 160 3JiO Light weight, 180 Catfe Fat cows .................. S2.00-$2.j Calvt-s ..................... $4.00- W.50 Fat steers ................... $6.00-$6 50 Stock Eteers ............... I2-50-S3 00 Hi.:i.s ...................... S200-S2.50 Cream B3c Pool try Hens, over 4% Ibs .................. 8c Hens, under 4'A Ibs ................. 6c Roosters ......................... 4-5c Ducks ........................... 4-5c Turkeys ........ . .................. 8c Springs over 4 Ibs .................. 14c Springs under 4 Ibs .............. lie Leghorns .......................... 9c No. 1 .............................. 14c No. 2 .............................. 9c HURRY, HURRY, HURRY Your Last Chance ANNEX positively closes its doors on Saturday, Aug. 18th Only about two weeks left and prios have taken another drop at the Annex. Assortments are fairly complete and reductions have been drastic. This Is about your last opportunity to take advantage of the greatest merchandising event In the history of Algona. Plan to attend the Annex this week. Fine Lace Hose 26c Selected irregulars—pur? silk hosiery 59c, 2 for $1.00 Choice of any ladies' silk dress In the Annex $2.98 Ladies' string knit dresses $1-95 and many other choice bargains. NEW CABS LICENSED Henry Bros.. Algona, Plymouth se dan; Paul H. Williams, Algona, Chrysler sedan; James H. Johfrison, Lu- Vern-?. Chevrolet truck; Tom Trenary, Bur., Dodge sedan; Kate Skinner, Algona, Chevrolet sedan; John Haggard, Algona. Ford coupe; W. A. MacArthur, Burt, Lafayette sedan; R. J. Harrington, Algona, Chevrolet coupe; Allen H. Eden, Titonka, Ford tudor. "The Lady Is Willing" will be the headline booking fcr Sunday and Monday at, the Call, while an unusually fine short starring Bing Crosby is an added attraction. A new comic color is also something that you'll enjoy. Edna Mae Oliver, Brnee Cabot and Jimmy Gleason are co-starred in "Murder on the Blackboard," the bank night fhow, Tuesday. Naturally, with a trio like that, one can expect plenty of fun. We're glad to see Jirr.my Glea.scm again . . . .somehow hi.s Mar dimmed a little TOO quickly f> suit as. James Cagney and Pat O'Brien assort of two of u kind, both plenty of intestinal fortitude on the .screen at least and if thev nlay a couple of sailor lads in "Here Comes the Navy." y'.u can bet your last dollar there will be plenty happening. It's the We.dne.-day MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED Laurltz C, Hanson, Algona and Anna March, Algona. July 28th. Walter Engcl. LuVerne, find Margaret Nielsen, LuVerne, July 31. Adah Carlson at Lake Adah Carlson, city clerk, was on a vacation this week at Spirit, Lake. She left last week, but returned for the council meeting. July Clearance Prices In the Main Store %aXXO&yggX&^^ OUR 'WANT ADS' BRING QUICK RESULTS and Thursday ottering August 8 and 9. next week, Missionary Buys 124 Girls To Save Them From Slavery. An Article About IJfe Among the Bushmen of Northern Australia, in The American Weekly, the Magazine Distributed With Next Sunday's Herald and Examiner. Baptist Church Arthur 8. Hueser, pastor There will be preaching services at this church Sunday morning at 11 o'clock and Sunday evening at eight o'clock. Sunday School at ten a. rn. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO' O O 9 oooooooooo^ooo.ooociooooooaoii General Hospital New? July 27, lone Mills of Corwith had her tonsils removed. July '^7, Opal Cronan of Aljjona underwent a tonsilectomy. July 27, Mrs. Henry B. Isebrands of Woden had her ton-ils re-moved. July 27, Jean Peterson of Swea City underwent an operation on iier eye. Hospital News Mrs. Kossuth Hospital News Carl Callic-s of Titonka entered for n.ediwl treatment Tuesday morn- Mrs. Howard McCrady of Llvormore entered for medical treatment Mon- ' day. Catherine Keith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stanl y Keith of Burt had a cast applied to her left foot which a cow stepped on. Mrs. Ida Minkler of Algona entered Saturday to receive treatment for h-tart trouble. Her condition is very grave. Mrs. Leo Miller of Algona gave bir:h to a baby girl, weight 1 pounds, Friday morning. Tr.e child was named Elizabeth Ann. Chester Schoby of Algona entered Friday afternoon because of brain concussion and minor cuts and bruises suiter. d In « fall Mrs. Kenneth Samp of Algona gave birth to a baby boy Saturday morning. The child weighed 8 pounds and was named Jerry K. Ole Allison of Algona entered Mon- dav for medical treatment. Urban Neuroth of Wesl-ty had his appendix removed Monday. Catherine Ohm of Fenton underwent an appendicitis operation Tuesday night. Bernicc- Geilenfeld, Genevieve Scharlach and Trella Gardner, al lof Algona had their tonsils Removed Wednesday morning of this week. Halligan's Quill " is real good coffee. Try a pound for 35c or 3 pounds for $1.00 and another pound FREE with ten. Seven empty jars returned to us gives you still another pound FREE. A quart jar of KioliolKMi's Sweet Cider Babv Stuart (Jin^er Ale, per bottle Fruit Juices—all kinds. OMEGA FLOUR, 5 Ib. bags 39c The best Hour made for all kinds of eake.s. An upside down eake pan FRKK with each package. The "BEST" always at AKRE'S Phones 290-2!)! South Dodge St. OUR 'WANT ADS' BRING QUICK RESETS Kancv Plaid 70xH() inch SHEET BLANKET Single blanket <if sturdy, lon^;, staple ruUnii -rich plaids — you'll need several of these 70« " Here's a Dandv—Double. PLAID BLANKET A real blanket for warmth with a deep nap for service, O OQ 72xH2 inches ^ *"J It's Blanket Time at Graham's - Our Annual Sale Starts Thursday You'll Not (Jet A Heller Huy DOUBLE BLANKETS A dt-t'i/ nap Beacon blanket, lull VOxbO s,ize.. n *1{\ li«.-ny \vciii:.t plaids in / |M rich't<jnL-o iuttc" ' ' *'••«' Single Blanket Buy a Beacon Blanket and !>avc'! Reversible Blankets li<.-atuii iohd coluia fancy border*. (70xbO). Single Blankets v'JiUc :.!-vet b'ank t. 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