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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Aug. 9,1934 FAIR PREMIUM BOOKS READY TO DISTRIBUTE Corps of Workers Start on i ) Plans for 1934 Exposition With the printing of the 1934 Kossuth county fair premium books, and their distribution, the fact that the county fan- dates are just around the corner has been forcibly brought to public attention. The county fair this year will be held Sept-ember 3. 4. 5, 6 and 7, with the first day as Entry Day. There have been very few changes In the officers, directors and department superintendents for this rear. j. M. Patterson was elected as head of the association last spring, with Geo. Moulton as vice president. H. J. Bode, treasurer, and Earl Vincent, secretary. Other directors are C. M. Gross,'j. A. Raney and Clark Scuflham. The departments will be in charge. of the following persons this vmr: borses, ponies and mute. P. H. Hargreaves; cattle. Frank Chambers; swine, H. Raney; sheep. Dave King; poultry, Willis Cotton: grain. Arthur look; vegetables. Merle Wellendorf- fruits, Robert Wetter; pantry stores, Mrs. H. E. Morgan. Mrs. J. T. Bohannon; textiles and fabrics. Mrs. W J Weisbrod, Mrs. Neal Smith and Mrs. THE WEEKLY RECORD WEATHER High Low August 1 93 62 August 2 86 66 Augusts 90 59 August 4 97 65 August 5 91 68 August 6, trace of rain 94 68 August 7, .06 inches rain 88 66 ALGONA MARKETS Com, 2 white $-67 2 yellow 65 2 mixed 64 vj. Old Oats 43 No. 3 Oats - 43 Hoirs-Sows Medium weight. 200-300 $4.50 Prime butchers. 300-500 4.40 Packing Sows, 300-350 3.80 Packing Sows, 350-450 3.70 Packing Sows, 450-500 3.50 Light weight, 140 ..- 3.00 Light weight, 160 3.50 Light weight, 180 3.75-4.00 Cattle Fa*, cows S1.75-S2.00 Cnnners 50-1.10 Cutlers 1.00-1.50 Calves 3.00-4.00 fearlings 4.00-5.00 Fat steers 5.00-7.00 Stock steers 3.00-3.50 Bulls 1.50-2.25 NEW CARS LICENSED H. R. Trenary, Dakota, Dodge sedan Al Rosenmeyer, Corwlth, Ford truck C. S. Johnson, Algona, Chevrolet sedan. Roy Hilton, Algona, Ford sedan. Guy M. Butts, Wesley, Chevrolet coach. Fred A, Dlckman. Wesley, Pontiac sedan. • MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED Will F. Brown. AJgona, and Loreen Simmons, Algona. E. W. Lusby; art. Mrs. Fred Geigle; plants and flowers, Mrs. W. A. Out ton- educational. Wm. Shirley; dairy. M. P. Christians.;n; boys and girls club work, G. A. Bonnstetter; girls 4-h club. Mrs. Emll Larson; child welfare, Mrs. Qeo. St. John; concessions, J. A. Ran«y; speed, Wm. Geering; gates, Clark Scuffham, The general admission charge, days, will be 40 cents, and nights 25 cents. lor adults. Children under eight will be admited free, and from 8 to 13 years, a charge of 25 cents will be made in the day time. School children will be admitted free on School Day, September 4, If under 15 years of age. Grandstand admission will be 25 cents, and bleachers 15 cents. Applications for stalls are already being received, the secretary states. Relatives of Local Brothers Succumbs Old friends of the late Mrs. s. D. Hamilton will be interested to learn of the sudden death of Mrs. May H Douglass of Postville, last Thursday night. Mrs. Douglass was a sister of George E. Hamilton of Des Moines and an aunt of the Hutchlns brother; Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Hutchlns drove to Postville last Sunday to attend th" tuneral services at the late home ot Mrs. Douglass in the afternoon. AI host of relatives and friends there testified to the high place Mrs. Douglass held in their affection and esteem because of her numerous good works and her earnest promotion of civic and social betterment In the Postville community. Cream .25c Ponltry .9c Hens, over 4H Hens, under 4'a Ibs 7c Roosters 4-5c Ducks 4-5c Turkeys 8c Springs ever 4 Ibs 14c Springs under 4 Ibs. Leghorns . lie lOc. Effgs No. 1 15c No. 2 10c Kossnth Hospital News Mr. and Mrs. Carl F. Callies. Tlton- ka. are the parents of twin girls born Saturday afternoon. The two were Shirley May, weight 714 pounds, and Sharon Kay, weight 5% pounds. Jerry Johnson of Algona had his tonsils removed Friday. Milton Pterce. who is employed on the Henry Brothers farm north of town, entered the hospital to receive treatment for a cut received on his head when helping to unload grain. Mrs. Ralph Horigan of Algona entered the hospital Sunday morning for minor surgery. Laura Harris of Corwith entered on Sunday morning for removal of her appendix. Grace McNeil of Algona had her appendix removed Monday. Mrs. C. E. Robinson of Wesley underwent a major operation Tuesday Mrs. diet Williams of Algona enter- td Tuesday for major surgical operation. General Hospital News August 3. Wayne Will of Algona, had ils tonsils and adenoids removed. August 7. Mrs. Loren L. Larson of Algona. gave bitrh to a baby boy, weighing 10w. pounds. Mr. Larson is .he driver of the bus between here and Fort Dodge. HEART ATTACK IS FATALAT FENTON Mrs. Elsie Johnson Rite Held Friday; Five Children Survive Suggests That The "Brain Busters" Are Nit Wits CKorge C. Call, former well known Algona man, now a prominent -es'.dent, of Sioux City, expressed hi.- opinion on the planting of t.-efs across the country in a letter to the Esth- crville Enterprise as follows: "Of all the infantile suggestions oozing cut of the 'Brain Busters,' the one of planting trees in the desert 'Caps the Sheaf.' Everyone this side of Washington knows that the present trees are dying for want of water, yet they would set out more trees without provision for irrigating, and all "at the expense of the people."—Geo. C. Call. , Special Exam Date Set for August 13 Superintendent O. B. Laing announces that, the special summer make-up examination lor ^Luuenu in the Algona public schools will b e held on Monday, August 13, at 9:00 a. m., at the high schcol building. Any student taking an examination must register for same at, the superintendent's office before that date unless registered previously. Ewoldt-Culbertson Marriage July 24th Lone Hock: Ella Ewoldt, ycmnRC.st daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Karl Ewoldt of Lone Hock and Joseph Cul- bert.son of Algona were married July :Mth at the Methodi.st parsonmje at Lako'.a by Rev. John.sc.ii. They left immediately fnr Wells. Minnesota., McCormick-Deering Dealers Convened The annual meeting of the McCor- mlck-Deering implement dealers in this section was held at the Algona store, Tuesday, with practically a on? hundrd per cent attendance. The deal- ,rs met for the purpose of planning a larger and more extensive exhibit, at the county fair this year. Present at the meeting were Stanley Grciner of Corwtth, R. C. Bau?r of Wesley, Fred Flaig of Lone Rock, W. T. FLsh of Whittemorc. Henry Guide of Bancroft. Dave Carp nter of Ledyard, Matt. Murtha of the local company store. The Bancroft and Ledyard dealers hav.; been added to la.st year's list, and a larK'T exhibit Ls iuv.ured through their cooperation. Choose Demonstration Team The tl mon.-tra'.lon team and exhibit ot canis.-d food 10 renrv.-.ent Kassuth County 4-11 p.iris ul th • State Pair will be cii-.x'U Friday. AUIJU.SI 17, at ti:c Bancroft public f-chool. The bi;; ronti-.st. comprised of i;i demon.-.'.ra- BOY, 4, CRUSHED IN WAGON FALL BURIED SUNDAY Fell Off Load of Oats at Lakota; Services Held at Wesley Fenton: Mrs. Elsie Johnson died sud denly at the home of her son, Tru man, last week Tuesday afternoon a 6:30. The cause of her death wai heart trouble. Elsie Johnson was born at Leland Illinois, May 31, 1863, and died July 31, 1934, aged 66 years and 2 months At the age of sixteen years she came with her parents to Ellsworth. Iowa In 1889 she was married to Lewis Johnson also of Ellsworth. Five children were born of this union, all ol whom are living. They are Lester of near Bancroft. Gaylord B., Ervin K. Truman and Mrs. Ella Newel, all of near Fenton. Besides this she leaves one brother, Andrew of Ringsted, ten grandchildren and numerous other relatives and a host of friends. Her husband preceded her in death :n 1917. Mrs. Johnson built the house new owned and occupied by the Robert Voettlers and lived In Fenton the following two years. She trwn moved on the farm with her son, Truman. After the marriage of this son she divided the time living among her children. Funeral services were h?ld Friday afternoon at the Methodist church with the Rev. J. T. Snyder In charge. Burial was made in the Methodist cemetery south of town. Pall bsarers were W. J. Weisbrod, J. A. Schwartz, C. H. Geronsin, Frank Bailey, George Goetsch and G. W. Newel. Out of town attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Johnson, Mrs. Eunice Olson of Lisland. Illinois, Mrs. Annie Danlelson of Ottowa, Illinois, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Peterson of Story City, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Peterson of Ellsworth. Mr. and Mrs. Resh of Graettinger, Mrs. Leonard Iverson of Monticello, M)rs. Llzzfe Johnson, I>ster Johnson and Mrs. Richardson of Elmore, Minn., Mrs. Hill, Mrs. Day and Mrs. Stanley Anderson of Clarion, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Kearns, Mrs. Clarence Weisbrod, Andrew Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Johnson, and Harold Johnson, all of Ringsted, Mr. and Mrs. Lon Whitehill of Burt, Mrs. Claude Whitehill of Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wegener of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Newel and son, Franklin of Hartley, and Mrs. Kate Newel of Okoboji. King of Tramps Found No Queen The King- of Tramps, self-styled, was silH looking for his queen bat Saturday, but i had disappeared from Algona on Monday morning'. Whether he found the qneen. or decided to look elsewhere is unknown. The King- is the King- of Tramp*. In addition to being a king he Is an author, poet, orator, philosopher and campaigner for the democrats. He won the title of king at the hobo convention at Brltt, last year. The king's age is somewhere between 50 and 70, and his appearance is one that attracts considerable attention. He wears his hair long, with a King Edward beard, a pair of overalls, a cap sometimes, and his feet are encased in inner tabes. His clothes indicated that anyone taking the title of Qneen would have considerable patching and repairing to do. Indigestion Fatal to Umbenhower'a Little Daughter Annabelle Elizabeth tTmbenhower, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jess tJmbenhower, died Sunday afternoon of acute indigestion following an Hlness of about an hour. The child was a year, four months and seventeen days old. Funeral services were held on Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 from the Laird & McCullough funeral chapel with the Rev. A. S. Hueser in charge. Four little brothers survive beside the parents. The father is care taker of the city dump, and Mrs. Umbenhower will be remembered as Mary Sifert. Free Movies to Kids All children under 12 will be admitted free to the Call Theatre, Friday, to view "No Greater Glory," a picture built especially for family attendance, N. C. Rice, manager, stated yesterday. A special 2:30 matinee will also be held. SWEA CITY SETS DATE OF ANNUAL CELEBRATION FOR 29-30 OF AUGUST Howard Walker 4-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. William Walker of Lakota. was crushed to death in a tragic accident last Friday shortly before nasn, when he toppled oft a wagon loaded with oats and fell under the wheels near the Schiss«l elevator. The wagon, driven by Leroy Koppen of Lakota. was going ;o the elevator The little boy had been playing with some other children ra:ar the grain elevator, catching rides on wagons as they came by. The driver said he did not know the little boy was hanging on his wagon. The wheels passed over part of the child's skull and the boy was believed to have been instantly killed. Howard Richard Walker was born at Corwith. May 21, 1930, and leaves be- r.ides his parents, five brothers and sisters, Ida. Jarrrs, Otis. Donnadelle, Ray and Janice, besides his two grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Johnson of Alden, and Mr. and Mr.s. William Fisher of Altfona and a number of aunts and uncles. Funeral .services were held at the Wesley Methodist, church, Sunday afternoon at t-.vo 'oclock with the str- mon dclivfTf d )>y the r.ov. Haro'd Fletcher of Lakota, a.sM.su-d by Rev. I. C. McNulty. Burial wu.s in F.ver- tjreen cemetery. Pull b.iirer.s were Thomns Lewis, j 3 ytur-s. The child's grandparents, Mr. Wm. C'lcman.s. Li-land ~ ...... Grant Edward.-. Chris Seefelds Home From Southern Tour Mr. and Mrs. Chris Seefeld and two laughters, Amy and Either, returned Tuesday afternoon from a two weeks' :rip through N:braslca, Kansas, Oklahoma and Missouri. At Kansas City they visited Mrs. Seefeld's sister, Mrs. Richard Richie. Mr. Seefeld reports that all the way through the southern territory the drought has completely wiped out the crops. Around Sabetha end Emporia, Kansas, a. country which usually produces good crops, there is nothing and the same was true around Bethany. MUscuri, which Is also located in a productive area in normal limes. As th_- Seefelds drove nonh from De.s Moines things began to look li-tter. and they were glad to get home where the country looked like a garden .spot. Bjustrom Infant Buried Wednesday Wednesday morning (yesterday) the infant ;on of Mr. and Mr.s. Clifford Bjustrom of Alifonn. died. The child ua.-» born August 1st and was never j very Mrong from birth. The Bjus- 1 trom.s hav • one other child, a toy, age Business Notes Thavc-s and . and Mr.s. Thomn.s Shtiltz of Algona 1 and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Bjustrom of : near Whit It more art; amoiiK the .sur- I vivors. Funeral service.-* w-.re held on jWidn-.'day afternoon at the house ! with Rev. A. S. Iluivscr officiating. Free Acts Booked; Baseball, Headline Dance Band Are Promised Swea City: Under the direction of lay Lord, commander of the Legion, xtensive arrangements are being nade for the second annual "Legion Days" celebration to be held here the 9th and 30th of August. Attractions XKJked to date are Tom Gates orches- ra of St. Paul for the dance on Wed- esday and Thursday nights. Jess and Pearl Adams of Omaha are booked or free acts. E. C. Murphy of Clear Lake will provide riding devices. The ommunity program sponsoring all inds of races promises to be a "big vent." The Grant Township Go-Geters will play Eagle townohip. The 'errlble Swedes as a curtain raiser for Thursday while Bancroft and Armtrong Junior League teams will bat- for honors. This will be followed by game featuring the Bancroft Lions nd a league team. Other concessions re being booked daily. Svea City is ettlng ready to entertain 10,000 peo- le at this event. Mr. and Mrs. George Oelander of reen Mountain visited relative* here Tuesday. Mrs. Oeo. K. Nelson and children are spending the week with relatives at Forest City. The Gas Alley sortball tetun were defeated by the Northwest group 5 to 1 Monday night. Mrs. c. P. Berggren and children and Mrs. p. J. Helken are spending two weeks at Lake Okoboji. The All Stars defeated Lone Rock here Friday night and also defeated Armstrong here Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Larson attended the funeral of the late Ben Owens held at East Chain Sunday. Mrs. Anna Larson Is at Sherburne, Minn., assisting in the care of her sister, Mrs. Charles Ladine, who Is ill. Mi.ss Helen Walstrand, Elna Berg and R. Peterscn entertained the members of the Luther League on Friday :;ir,l.t. Rev. end Mrr,. G. R. McDowell and children left Tuesday for Meadtville, Pennsylvania, for a three weeks' stay with relatives. Supt. and Mrs. Armand Schuler returned Thursday from Iowa City where Mr. Schuler has been studying for a master's degree. Mrs. Emll Larson was hostess at. a 6 o'clock dinner Saturday, honoring Mrs. A. G. Milton and son, Carl of Denver, Colorado. MLss Laureen Ke.sler of Radcllfle. and Mr.s. Lawrence E. Thompson and daughter, Bonita, of Ellsworth are tlu- gue. Ls at ilie Charl.s Kesler home. Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Eckhoim togeth- where ti, y will make their home and I t;,,n., will bemn at 8:30 Fnd.iy morn- Where Mr. Culbert-son i-, employtd. ling jiid continue throughout tile day. Last Call... For All Summer Merchandise The I'ratt Klci-trie Co. of Al-ona ha* Ki---n nv..irdid t!.i- contrii(:t lor in^'all- int; the electrical -.vork 111 a new eym- iia.-ium to bf addrd to the It public .-ilK.iil building. C nwsthilfes R Kcrbst Main Store J«; Jimniic Nt-villc «ill act as "fjrand- Plpa" to \o:;n,i..t i, under 1U. H.-XI Kat- Jj. j i,rd;.y, Aui u..t 11, v.liin he -,vil; nl up J 1 ' 'In- le>- de'Uii lion: 1! until 4 p. in. all f\ 1.:., n,".v addition. I The Kent .Motor <'»., in conjunction wit:, tin- app<-ai unce hen. of a Kurd Tii-ii". >tr.-r jjl.iiii.. i., planning a no; tl •'•- rtj;r.;i.' i.t Jc/r iir\! Monday, Any. 13. An;:ouwe!!.i :it t-L-.i v.l.i-!.- in an a'J- -.-i •:•;:.- --iijt nt. Wanted \ .MAN' WANTED for Rawleish Route - 1 C.'tfj 'ainilii-s. Writ" nn:r.<-diat, ly.— Uciit. IAH-191-SA, Prec- For Sale ^ unuucr Thi> is yuiir last rlmin-c to I my ilisc at tlif.-i- i'i<liciil(iii.->ly Ju\v jirico. 'I'lu-i'c arc st ill \vrck.s of In >i \vcalln-i 1 a hrad bill We must clear tin- dcrks lur I''al!. Our Iiii\'cr.s arc in < 'liicati'o s«-|- ci-tiiiL; nc\,s' rcaily-lu-\vcar tlii.> \vcck aitd before \vc kiinw it, it will he eoiniitL! in. \<iii \v<iu'l he pn-jiared in Jllll.-l sell i \ e!"\ 1 lliliu In ami Imy In-re N()\\'. 'l'ak« -- i hat |iiv\ ail . in ail .- I*. J. C'hristriiM-n i.f the ChrUU-n- .-.-n Bnio. Co.. ;~.tore. Al|,'on,t, Mtuin. d tiii.-j w.-.k fioin a buying trip nud-.- -.vith iii.-, bn tlit-r, L M. Chi ktei..-en ol in.- K-.tin rviili- -tun-. T. H. Can.-;- chilli.-, and Mi>.. t,-rn Hardi-;rovr. tiie l./.t r Hi rii.iig-- <il the ready-io-'A'tar lli-IJ,ll'!H;t;nt ul C:.n.-.cl)ll!l-.-, A; Herbat, 11.L, week on a tiiiii- Don While, proprietor of the Cut Rate- uroc iv here. !.-> k< pi i»ii.-:ty buiy connnutiiii,' bet'.vc-i-n hi.> 1 .c..il ttore and the .-,lur< ;> he IUILS at GuMitr and Ann. trout' He 'A^O gone >A>trul da>.i lu.it v.t k supervising tiie lit'*' venture.-. • • • Leonard N'fUoti ri-lurned Tuesday tvt-ning Ironi CVdar Hapid.i uheie he iiad attend (i u tali-..i:ien'i nie\:ui|j ol t!:u (jloL'j {it'At Co, '.vhlCJ. V.LI3 iield Monday ai.d Tuesday. Baptist Church Arthur S. lliusxrr, pastor Next iSuiiciuy i.i^ht '^t- expect to carry out the ordvr oi th-.- M-IVICL- in a oil! it lit uiaiiijer lioin 'Ah.it v\e me accu.,lonicd Lo aoin^. 'I':.al A'ulch v.'e u. u.iliy j-ili-r to u.> the oiK'iiing .-K--I'- -.u.e Aiil be alter t:.<: ;*-ni ol bet'-je it. 'liieieh.i • al . ..-111:011 'I he ; ol.y . .-; ', li.c at I i.e Cii ... Ol II,-: .,( fllli^n ,.'_ fi .JC.'Ar. ^Utl .= i: it ,.JU FGH SAI.l.. -Bailii r .,tiop. equipment ng <jf bolh. V/h.iit :i.. OAiit-r. ici.uit-:-.; a!.,o oat- lie:!.',-liable.—C. Kurt, Iowa. 32* Maytag wa.si.rr V.'.- iiu; _• a Jii:'te'i amount of money . loan (,n Alfjna pro|jerty at 5 per C. H. Lilians. Piione 55. 3'J-tl FOR SALE— One Minute Waihtr, with mo. or. Square alunnnum tub . 1 ih(i >:i lir.st cla-is condition. Piice $30.— L. B. Larson, Titonka. 32" FOR SALE— High grade Hereford bull calf, age 6 muntiis. Exceptionally (jood. Price $25.00. --IKiiry Mein- dcr:>, Buffalo Center, Iowa. 3^* FOR SALB- 1931 Model Ford coach. fiooii rubber, moior in yotjd tiiap-j. Mu.-t be ta---h. Harry V. Hull, Exani- r in diary-- 1 , K.o^juth County State FOR SALE— Dutchow apples. oniib! .-Mrs. Mary Keefe, phone 2F11. $200 one year insures your car or truck against broken glass, wlrul- .siiu-ld included.- -Algona Insurance Ag- incy. Plione 55. 32-tf CLEARANCE SALE— To move chick.-; quickly. Last hatch August 11. Day old uhick-i $4.95, pullets $10 per 100. Started chicks Ic per chick per week Only limited number. rr with their son, Wendell and Ed Frnkes of Hampton are spending two weeks at the Frakes cottage at Lake OkoljojI. Norman Anderson was severely Injured last week while working with a threshing crew. Ho fell from a water tank and suffered broken ribs, severe cuts and bruises. Friends here were saddened to learn of the death of the two year old daughter of Rev. and Mrs. E. C. Stauffer of Blooming Prairie, Minn. Rev. Stauffer Is a former pastor of the Baptist church here. | Cut-Rate Grocery Week End Specials SUGAR" 10 Ibs. 54c Oxydol, large pkg. Coffee, Golden Glow Potatoes, per peck , Cake Flour, Swansdown Baking Powder, Calumet Vanilla, 1Q_ iin., 8 oz. jug ___ *•'*• Jell Powder, 6 pkgs Crackers, 2 Ibs. 21c Laundry Soap, O0 r 6 giant bars ^ l «'*"Busiest Little Store in Town." Bead the Want Ads. FRIDAY SPECIAL All children under 32 acompanied by their parents will be admitted free, Friday, August 10th, to see «NO GREATER GLORY" Starring Ralph Morgan and Lois Wilson Movie based on the story, 'The Paul St. Boys' A dramatic treat for dads, mothers and children who are urged to attend in a body. Special matinee 2.-m CALL THEATRE, Algona VKSXOXeOXKX^^ for Hurry to & t what, you want. — Hamilton Hatchery, Binerolt, Iowa. 31-32 Save that cream with a Vega separator. Users biggest boosters. Medium size, $77.50. Terms — BJusirom's, Al- Iowa. 3-tl For Rent FOB KENT—M'ldtni house with garage after Sept. lit. Cull 203. Miscellaneous uibtt-ad B.aik. 32-33 In 'iKAVt.I.EKS VACATION ACCI- lei:i 'IleKxt~.. Phjh- 55. Ai^-ona Inu: u:cc Agei.cy. 32-tf t't'it SAI.K-M2 Cr.tvroUl truck. •"•'"' \\>'.'- 1 ba.-.c, dual rear, balloon r.ji I. Set- On- :i. 1:1 lyut Colkii':. 31T (USfc.li HtllCK CAR H>K SA-Liv One .1 i.ie Ul ..,, U.^.u iji...k cal.-, 111 AigOIia i oifcivd lor iiih- at about. oi;e-t>ev- a'h ol 'lie <••>. t. pr:c Tilt.- car is iit--ci.uiiiL.iliy i/it.ci aad ha.> ul.vays '• i "i i. .-,1 ' 1 .1:1; A:.;..jni- in: i laij'.j.ii- a,t tin. UPI.KJI Have you tried our Thrifty Wuah.— Klrbchs Laundry. Phone 267. 49-tl Our interest, rate to borrowers was reduced to six per cent on July 1st. If >uu are planning on building a home, remodeling or want to refinance your present mortgage avail yoarbtlf ut the low Interest rate plan of the Algona Bulding & Loan Aii'n. 22-ti U. M- MINKEL, M. I>. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Swe;i City, Iowa Phone 2 Lost-Found FOUND—Alpha Tuu Omega fraternity pin. Owner identify iiiid pay ad- v.itiiiiig co^ts a;. thU ollic*. 32 LOST firei-n S::ut;fK'r touiiliiin pen jMJidiT pli.-u.v-- ictuj'ii to tlib oUicu for CALL THEATRE COOL COMFORTABLE Wed.-Thurs., August 8-9 V\ Jriier Ufut',' JAMES CACNEY • PAT O'BRIEN Friday, August 10 Mother and Dad be sure to attend with the children. Frederic Molnar's "Paul Street Boys" Frank Morgan Lois Wilson Geo. Breakston in "No Greater Glory" "Paul Street Boys" vs. "The Red Shirts." Sat. Double Feature, August llth Hoot Gibson in "COWBOY COUNSELLOR" and Zasu Pitts Ned Sparks Phillips Holmes Mary Brian in "Private Scandal" Ncw3 and Sun.- Mon., August 12-13 FRIENDS. l MR. SWEENEY ANN DVORAK DOROrHYTDtf It's a big program. Colored Silly Symphony, "The Wfec Little Hen" LAUREL AND HARDY "GOING BYE BYE" New News. VHaphone—Jolly Good Fellows. Tuesday, August 14 Bank Night ,v HE TRIED TO POSE v AS A GROOM! . .. but h» couldn't hold th* pot*III ADOLPH ZUKOB pr«nnll JURE COME* THE GROOM A Pot amount Picfyft with JACK HALEY MARY BOLAND NEIL HAMILTON ,-j//., PATRICIA ELLIS Comedy and News Wed.-Thurs., August 15-16 Jean Harlow Lionel Barrymore Pranchot Tone "GIEL FROM MISSOURI" READ THE \VANT ADS - THEY'RE NEWS

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