The Algona Upper Dee Moines, Algona, Iowa, July 7, 1936 Elsie Holhbauer is confined to fcer home with the mumps. Pan! Rossiter, Clear Lake (Wa , the guest of Lloyd Pratt, Wednesday. June Adele Orermyer spent last week end in Des Moines visiting friends. Mrs. Harold Cowan, Mr,. H. B. White Mrs. Carl Pearson and Mrs. CHff Aalfs spent Thursday in Mason City. AHene Sonerholm, Crystal Lake, was the guest of her sister, Mrs. Holman Anderson from Wednesday until Friday. babelle Weishrod returned to her home in Fenton Friday, after visit- Ing her grandmother, Mrs. J C Kresensky, since Sunday. Mr. and MM. D. E. Miller left for Des Mnines Thursday |&id visited with Mr. and Mrs. AlbeVt Grosen- toach, the parents of Mrs. Miller until Sunday. Mr. and Sirs. Gall Town* and S £ Ieft Fridav for Cass Lake. Mr. Towne returned Monday but the rest of the family will remain there two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Stephenson, Eagle Grove, spent the week end with their respective parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Stephenson and Mr. and Mrs. L. J. DeGraw. Mr. and Mrs, Walter Jensen spent the week end in Sioux City with -Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Fowler, parents of Mrs. Jenaen. Mr. Jensen is employed at Kennedy & Parsons. Mr. and Mrs. Everet Eyres and baby Bon, Phil, arrived Friday and spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Bergfleld. Mrs. Eyres Tvas formerly Shlrla Bergfleld. Mary Elizabeth Van Allen, •daughter of Mrs. Nellie Van Alien was put under quarantine for small' pox Wednesday. Mary Elizabeth has a very light case of the disease. D. Wane Collins, Instructor of instrumental music at the Algona schools spent the 4th In Algona. -Mr. Collins Is traveling for a musical instrument company this summer. John Lee Holtzbaucr and Billy Barry visited from Monday until Wednesday of last week with the latter s sister and husband. Mr. and Ruth Maine* arrived Friday evening to spend the week end with her parents. Mr. and Mra. L J Malueg. Ruth is taking a summer course at Cedar Falls and is work- Ing at the Berg & Berg drug store. Dnninn Caughlin will visit her sister. Mrs. Alvin S. Karr, formerly Ivadel Caughlin, at Ireton, Sunday. Drusilla's nephew, Bobble Karr Is recuperating after break- Ing his leg when he fell from a hay mow. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Reed during the week end were Mr Reeds brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Fay Reed, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, and Mr. nnd Mrs. Stewart McKay, daughter of the latter of Eagle Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Barry spent Sunday at Clear Lake visiting their daughter, Betty. Mrs. Roy Berrie. Mr. and Mrs. Barry were accompanied by their niece. Rosanne Holtzbauer, who will spend the week as a guest of Betty. Mrs. C. R. LaBarre and daughters, Betty Jane and Eleanor, and Mrs. J. H. Edge and daughter, Kleanor and Marcella Kellner arrived home Wednesday ffom an eastern trip, visiting at points in New York and Pennsylvania. Mrs. Edward A. Genrlch and son, Howard, arrived home from Boone Wednesday Where they had been visiting relatives. Hershel Lindberg, nephew of Mrs. Genrich, accompanied them, and was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Genrleh until Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mason and Mrs. Roy Berrie, at their Clear Lake home. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Amunson and family drove to Park River Falls, Wisconsin, Friday and visited with Mr. and Mrs. Matt Christensen. Mr. Amunson Is a brother of Mrs. Christensen. For Sale V-8 Ford Coach; also Chevrolet coupe. BARGAINS EASY TERMS INSURANCE AGENCY Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brownell and family, accompanied by the former's father, J. A. Brownell, and Mrs. Brownell's sister, Mrs. L. B Evans and two daghters, Kanawha left Saturday for Lake Hattie, Minnesota, where they will enjoy a two weeks' vacation trip. Mr. and Mrs. O. C. McKce spent Wednesday In Des Moines on business. Ila Leffert accompanied them from Ames on their return. Ila will return to Ames Sunday after vfslting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Leffert. She is employed with the extension service, connected with the zoology department at Iowa State College at Ames. nenmdette BarhariiB, siuter of Mrs. W. J. Payne and Mrs. John F. Bleser, went to Decorah Friday and spent Sunday with Rev. M. E. Nolan, former pastor at her home town of Harpers Ferry, and Clara Lattlmer. Sunday she went on to Ann Arbor, Michigan, where she will begin work Monday as bookkeeper at the Mercy hospital. Her sister. Sister M. Angela Is the chief bookkeeper at the hospital. Bernadette resigned as stenographer for County Attorney Maurice McMahon Thursday. Christine and Rose Arend, and their brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Arend, Burt, drove to Remsen, Saturday to return an- Jther sister, Mrs. Mary Nolan, to her home. Mrs. Nolan was a visitor of Christine and Rose Arend n Renuen one hour" after~the fire began that swept away most of two sons spent the 4th at Interlak- Mr, and Mrs. Henry Johannscn, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Muckey spent Sunday at Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. ». P. Norton and son, Richard are enjoying a rest at their cottage at Clear Lake. The Rev. E. Peter, Cherokee, Oklahoma, will preach at the local Trinity Lutheran church Sunday forenoon. B. P. Benson spent the 4th at his home here. Mr. Benson is depot agent at Albion for the M. & St. L. railroad. Mrs. John Caughltn arrived home Saturday after spending a week visiting her daughter, Mrs. Andrew Hansen, at Titonka. Kate Skinner arrived home Friday from. Iowa City. Her mother, Mrs. Anna Skinner, who has been ill. is now recuperating. Helen Corey arrived home Friday evening from Pine Lake where she spent the past week visiting at the Harold Falkenhainer cottage*. Marion Rising spent the week end with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Rising. Marion is attending the AIB college in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Holt will spend the week in Peoria, III., vis- HinR Mrs. Holt's parents, and in Cartlmge, II!., visiting his parents. Genevlcve Notion of Nashua returned to her home Monday afte visiting since Friday with her aun and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Copp Catherine Strelt spent the wee] end with her aunt. Mary Streit Catherine Is employed at Mier Wol & Co.. Mason City, as stenographer Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Ooeders and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Walker spen the week end at the honrv of Mr Walker's parents, on a farm nea Snlix, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Jlmmie Allen am three sons of Fort Dodge wer_ guests of Mrs, Nellie Van Allen on Sunday. Mrs. Allen and Mrs. Van Allen are sisters. Lloyd Keith, Evelyn Van Allen Dorothy Hauptmann and Harol. Martlnek spent the weck end vis iting relatives and trends in Aus tin and Albert Lea. Ed Wahl and sister Agatha o Cherokee were week end guests a the home of their friends, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Irons. The Wahl' were former residents of Algona. Sir. and Mrs. John Dutton rr. turned Thursday evening aftc spending 10 days at Cass Lake Minnesota, on a fishing and pleas ure trip. They report very fine luck nt fishing. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Foutz arrived Friday and remained until Monday us visitors of Mr. and Mrs. F. E Saunders. Mr. Foutz is vice pres ident of Kennedy and Parsons Co Their home is in Sioux City. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Guy and fani lly arrived Friday to spend a few days at the home of Mr. and Mrs Andy Johnson. The Roy Guy's are residents of LuVerne and Mr. Guy is the brother of Mrs. Johnson. M. J. Duffy and his brother, Bit Duffy of Emmetsburg, drove to Rochester, Minnesota, Monday morning to be with their father Martin Duffy, Sr., who was operatec Meredith Lnthrop spent the 4th in Minneapolis. Mary Janice Bice and Mrs. Nor man Rice go to Minneapolis Thurs day for a short visit. Margaret Mlddteton of Eagle Grove is spending the week with her cousin, Mary Janice Rice. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Hoenk returned Thursday from Duluth where they had spent two days or business. Charles A. D« Charme II returned to Detroit, Michigan, Sunday night after spending the week end at the N. C. Rice home. Leona Hadden, operator at the 5780,000 worth of damage. I The First Big Stage Show of thtf Year Monday, July 13th—Matinee and Night I America's Fastest and Flashiest All-Colorcd Revu Helen Morgan Cheater Morris "Frankie & Johnnie" Mayo. broUwra Mrs. Fred Pooch and her aunts Mrs. Elmer Green. Mrs. Ann Molar California, Mrs. Grant Henderson Livermore. and Mrs. Smith of Fort Dodge will spend the week In Lttchneld, nnd Park Rapids, Minn Mr. and .Airs. C. T. Kennedy and daughter, Mrs. Shell, and son, John Kennedy and wife, all of St. Paul, «pent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Dooley and Mr. and Mrs. John Goeders. Mr. Kennedy is the brother of Mrs. Dooley. Air. and Mrs. E. C. Handier were week end visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Pool. Mr. Hancher was formerly manager of the Bell Telephone Company at Algona, and is now managing the Bell Telephone office in Shenandoah. Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Thompson, parents of Mrs. R. H. Miller, were week end guests at the R. H. Miller home. Mr. and Mrs. Thompson reside in Estherville. Betty Merron, niece of Mrs. Miller, also of Estherville, has been spending the past week with her aunt, she will ftay two weeks longer. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Klrttch drove to Fort Dodge Friday evening, and were guests at the home of friends Mr. and Mrs. Vere Collins. Mr. anc Mrs. Collins accompanied thenr home Saturday and were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kirsch. Mr und Mrs. George Mooney were also dinner guests at the Kirsch home Dennis Pratt and J. II. Hoppe returned Tuesday of last week from Des Moines where they had gone oji business. While there they made urrangtments for Mr. Hoppe to act as superintendent of the electrical department at the Iowa State Fair. This will be Mr. Hoppe's ninth year in charge of the electrical work at the fair. June Heiupliill, Marion Corey, Maurine McCullough, Elaine Hilsteadt, Charlotte Hilton, Doris Long, Irma Dee Phillips, Betty Edge, Dick Cowan, Ferris Miner, John Bishop, John Hargreaves, Bill Dailcy, WuUon March, Bob McCullough and Dick Post spent the 4th at a house party at the Ben- Jam-Inn at Clear Lake. William Dooley und hi* friend, Arnold Nimmer, left Monday afternoon for West Bend, Wis. They were visitors at J. J. Dooley home during the week end. Rita Dooley also rt-lurncd to her duties after spending the week end with her parents. She is employed in Des Moines at the state old age assistance commission office at the stata house. Karel Ho run write* from Los AJU- golts, California, to subscribe to the Upper Des Moines. Karel is with the Mall Tool Co., a firm which makes flexible shaft electric and gasoline engine tools, and states that his company U calling him in to the Chicago factory in the next two months and be expects to stop in Algona on the way, to see his old friends. Bob Biclutrdttou came home the first of the week from Chicago where, with the Rev. Simpson family ol Pocahontas, he had spent the past ten days. They also visited near Keaosuo, Wisconsin. While there Bob and DonnabeUe Simpson and the tatter's uncle were out In a field when a storm came up. Bob and DonnabeUe bad a close call when the lightning struck about •even feet in front of their path and tore up the earth. Neither was hurt, but for a moment they were slightly stunned. State Beauty Shop, is taking her vacation this week nnd visiting in Council Bluffs and Exira. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Snmp and two sons, from Lake Mills, arrived Saturday and will spend a few days visiting with Mrs. Samp's mother, Mrs. Nlta Isnacson. Mrs. Hattie Miller, Cutbank, Montana, is visiting her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Max Miller and family. Mr. Miller travels for the John Deere Company. Louise Mngnuson and Clarice Amcsbury spent two days last week in Minneapolis. Louise returned to her duties at the Iowa State Bank Friday after a week's vacation. Mrs. Arthur Ferguson, Keokuk, nnd Mrs. M. M. Morrow, Audubon, wno are vacationing at Lake Oko- bojt. spent Saturday with their brother, Milton Norton and family. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Pelleymount- er. of Osage, spent Saturday in Algonn visiting friends. They visited relatives in Bancroft Sunday and returned home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Dearchs and family spent the week end at a cottage at Brooks Beach, Lake Okoboji. Henry Peterson, Humboldt, was a guest of the Dearchs family. Josephine Murtagh returned on Sunday to her work in the Federal Building, Des Moines. after spending the weeH end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Murtagh. Airs. Joe Bloom and son, Dickie returned to their home Friday evening nfter spending some weeks visiting with the former's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. S. J. Melamed of Minneapolis. Wallace McDougnll drove to Mason City Friday nnd joined his wife nnd son, and members of the family. They drove to Owatonna for the 4th and returned to Algona Sun- flay evening. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Lawton, parents of Mrs. Paul A. Danson and Charles Bullis, cousin of Mrs. Danson, of St. Pau), were visitors at the Paul A. Danson home during the week end. Mr. and Airs. C. E. Poots and baby son of Newton, were 4th of July visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hardinburgh. Mr. Hnrdlnburgh is employed at the Richardson Furniture Company. Richard Sherman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Sherman, drove to Mln neapolis Wednesday and spent unti Friday visiting with Dr. and Mrs R. R. Kennedy. Mrs. Kennedy Is Mrs. Sherman's sister. Mrs. Agnes Laidley spent the weck end visiting with her son Dow L«Udl.y and daughter, Mr*. H. M. Vlnson. Mr. and Mrs. Dow Laidley took Mrs. Agnes Laidley to her home in Mason City Sunday Mrs. Lois Hascltine, daughter of Mrs. Joe Cosgrovc, and Dorothy Lawson, niece of the former, left Wednesday for Sioux Falls, South Dakota, to make n short visit with mother daughter, Mrs. W. K. Laird. Mr. and Mrs. F. N. Esser are en- vrtainlng guests, Mr. and Mrs. Jason Jennette, from Decatur, Illinois. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jennette arrived here July 3. They will leave to- Iny for South Dakota and will visit relatives at various parts of the state. Mr. Jennette and Mrs. Eser are brother and sister. N. C. Rice was a business visitor n DCS Moines, Monday. Mrs. Rice ind Mary Janice drove to High fiew to meet him Monday night hey also visited Mr. and Mrs L' 3. Middleton, who will leave short- y for Cheyenne. Wyoming, where hey will visit a son, Julia E, Middleton before returning to their lermanent home in Washington, •'. Mrs. Ruth Clnnbcnnin*, Webster City, wns a Sunday guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Elbert. Mr. and Mrs. Del Leanengh and two sons. Larry nnd Jerry, returned Monday evening from n trip to the Black Hills and points west. O. O. Wheeler and Leon, Jr., of Philip, South Dakota, visited with George Hohenberger July 4th nnd 5th. They are on their wny to Wisconsin. Mr. and Mrs. Hary Hargrenres nnd fnmily, and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Elbert left Friday and returned on Monday evening nfter spending the week end at Lake Winnebigoshish, Minnesota. Mir. and Mrs. Gene Murtagh and Mrs. Al Falkenhainer went to Okoboji this morning to get the Falk- ennainer cottage on Hayward's Bay in shape for the Murtagh's who will occupy it most of the summer. C. C. Shierk, father or Dr. C. C. Shierk, and his granddaughter Marlyn Collins, will leave for their homes in Kenosha, Wisconsin, the Inst of the week. They have been Btuests of Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Shierk for the past two weeks. Mrs. Forrest Ttvogood came on Sunday from Los Angeles nnd is visiting her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. M. P. Hnggnrd. She expects to be here until the latter part of August. Mr. Twogood will join her iere in nbout a month. Mrs. L. S. Wheeler, Helen and Eugene, left for their home at Philip. South Dnkota, Tuesday morning. They have been visiting at the home of Mrs. Wheeler's 'nthcr, Geo. Hohenberger. L. S. Wheeler came for them. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ernest Vogelpohl >nd daughter, Charlotte of New Ulm, Minnesota, visited Monday *'ith Mrs. Henry Lavrenz. Mr. Vogelpohl, who is a pipe organ salesman and Installer, made bus- 'ness calls In Algona and Whitte- 11 ore. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Messenger nnd daughter, Sara May, from Cedar Rapids, came up Friday nlghtx to spend the 4th with Mrs. Messenger's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Will ?. Walker. Mr. Messenger drove fiome in n new Oldsmoblle which le purchased here. Mr. and Mrs. Campbell Humphrey, Chicago, nre guests of Mrs Humphrey's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Taylor. Mrs. Humphrey was formerly Oracle Taylor. They will also spend some time at Lnke Okoboji, returning to Chicago a veek from Thursday. Mr. and Mrs -lumphrey will then leave to mnke heir permanent residence in New York City. Mr. Humphrey has >een transferred, nnd is advertis- ng manager for Quaker Oats Co. Mrs. Ida Zumach and daughter, Ella, came home Inst week from a veek s vacation. They drove from icro to Detroit, where they joined •"°_former's sister, Mrs. Clifford McCormick and family nnd went on o Buffalo. New York, points in -anadn nnd Niagara Falls. They returned by way of Pennsylvania ana Ohio. Mrs. H. M. Potter nnd son, Brooks, accompanied them to Knpids where they spent the ind returned with the Zu- Eklund - S New Federal Land Bank Loan Rates Farmers holding Federal Land bnnk loans through the Algona National Farm Loan association of Algonn. Io\vn, will continue to pay S'i per cent interest during the comin? year, according to H. D. Hutchins, secretary-treasurer of the farm mortgage association. Mr. Hutchins has just been notified that congress has amended the farm credit laws to extend the low rate to July 1, 1937. Under the previous law the 3H rate would have expired June 30 this year. The nincndment was approved June 25. Extension of the 3Vj rate means a material saving to the farmers belonging to the Algona association, the secretary-treasurer said. He estimated the saving to borrowers at $41.248.00, as compared to what they would pay at the regular contract rates of their loans. The 3'» rate applies only to Federal Land bank loans. Tlierp is no change in the 5 per cent rate on land bank "commissioner" loans, ns fixed in the original farm credit act of 1033. View Fire Damage Mr. nnd Mrs. Matt Kirsch and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sauer drove to Remsen and LeMars to see the Tire damage nnd visit friends In Lc- Mars. A sister of Mrs. Kirsch. Sister M. Phyllis, tenches parochial school at Remsen, but is spending the summer nt summer school .h u Spcnt Wednesday at the homo of her aunt, Mrs Mrs. C. F. Wegener in Fenton. Miss Rva Kracht «-ho has hcon d««nR house » W lc In Ateona . is now at the parental G. Kracht homo Mra. C. R. Nielsen of Chicago is •sr-'tiflinR two weeks at the home r£ her niother, Mrs. E. M. Gardner, :in<i other relatives an<i friends. Mrs. Nielsen was Hnzel Gardner before hor marriage. P. H Peterson is layinp- the founfjntinn for his new house which, will h<> flirertly soiith of the Seneca superintendent's house. Mr. Petersen lias accepted the position as janitor in the Seneca schools for the coming year. Title I of the Housing Act provides for the insurance of short :crm loans for the purpose of modernization, improvement or repair "-... ..iivmicn the ftinernl of Mr M. John s nunt of Des Moines «llWhr«.? Cn 7p HoCCk - Sr " ail(1 hpr •inugnrer, Alice nnd dauehter Umrlene of Su-ea City spent Tl <ln.v nffernnon nt the A. T. PML Mr... Uosie Ahrrnd of Wat< spending several dnys visiting h^.h Wth »- ""• A "'" 1 Kteln her ^'•'tlier, Henry Klein ,,, u | sis( Mrs. Joe Crowley. ' Mrs. Joh,, S,, mu |ers nnd sons of . !^ '»'« Mr nnd MM. Knv And' "••"in nnd children of Sweu ritv •"pent Monday evening nt the Leon Anderson home. 'r. and MM. Dcvard Swnn nnd Kilters nnd Mrs. Annn Hnsklno "'tended the funernl of Mrs. Swnn' • u «nsin. Mne Bunt, in Armstm Wednesday nfternoon. 'ii g. bus auction Sch001 n ° U3e °" Wprt i Wednesday evening. The boar d wil , no]d the b|(Js u u 13th \vhen they will pass on them. Chart. R Charles Roupe. ° f Mn and M «Donna Jean Phil- . ean l- ps, daughter of Mrs. Hattie Phil- w7l? R to "r home Roupes after visiting at home in Cedar Rapids for a hy Jean and weck or two with »b i ng with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Chnrles Roupe. Mrs. L. E. Linnun returned Saturday morning from Chicago wbTre «he spent several days with her B £ PMI S , t ? plpln S over enroute from Philadelphia, where she and M™ L'nnan had attended the crat.c national convention. was accompanied home by her sister, Frederlcka Wassenberg, and Frank Becker of Chicago, and by Margaret McElwee of Peorla 111 who were guests at the Linnan home over the holiday. Lois bchenck, who livea with Mrs Lin'" Chlca 8°. also anH i , . as and visited relatives and friends REPORT OF CONDITION OF „, ., . SECURITY STATE BANK ASSETS 9231, Code of lowu. 1. Loans and discounts 2. Overdrafts 3. United States Government obligations direct and-or fully guaranteed 3. Other bonds, stocks and securities 6. Banking house Furniture and fixtures . 8. Reserve with Federal Reserve bank 9. Cash, balances with other banks, and cash items in process of collection 10. Outside checks and other cash Reserve Act of Section $16,500.00 3,500.00 TOTAL ,, r, , , LIABILITIES U. Demand deposits except U. a. Government deposits, public fluids, and deposits of other bunks 15. Time deposits, except postal savings deposits l« P,,Vr r i' a " d de l )0sits of oilier banks ' 16. Public funds of states, counties, school dis- ities ° r ° ther subaivision s or municipal- Deposits of other banks,'ccrtinedI ^d officers' checks outstandings, etc Total of Items 14 to 18 inclusive: 31. Capital account: $153,645.8o 50,000.00 Undivided profiU-net :: TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNT TOTAL . 1.081.70 *— $ 26.264.71 NONE 9,300.00 6,800.00 -'0,000.00 10,054.00 142,308.84 NONF: *!II,727.5r, •$111.441.15 169.4:5 12,019.8(5 U'J,! 15.39 15.'i,t>45.85 61,081.70 and-or fully guaranteed Total Pledged (excluding rediscounts) Pledged: Against public funds of states, counties «cnool districts, or other subdivisions or municipalities TOTAL PLEDGED ""!"" None None that Correct—Attest None None . • — —'•- ..—~*.,u bank, do solemnly above statement is true to the best of my knowledge aud E. A. SCHEMEL, Cashier. Directors A. HUTCHISON GAYLORD D. SHUMWAY FRANK KOHLHAAS .State of Iowa, County of Koasutn as: Sworn to and subscribed before n»e this 8th day of July S» Irhereb J' certify that I am not an officer or director of t (SEAL) . this bank. FLORA I. TD^, Notary VITROCK White glaM in a smart new embossed flower design. The lout word! Will not crate, or check. Dinner Plates I5c Cups & Saucers ea. 5c Round Bowls 15c Oval Platters I5c Mixing Bowls ___10-15-19-25c Sauce Dish 5c Fruit Dish ..2-lBc Cereal Dish ....10c Cream Soup 2-15c 32 Piece feet _ Sugar Creamer Salad Plate BEN FRAMING "You can try it 10 DAYS FREE' Goolex»atoi* And that's the best way to appreciate all the amazing features of this stunning, modem refrigerator. Note how the patented air conditioning chamber gives a steady circulation of cold, washed, humidified air to prevent mingled food odors. Turn out plenty of crystal-clear Ice cubes in 5 minutes 1 Enjoy twice the food space at half the price! See the new Coolerator models in our showroom now . . . and ask for your 10-day FREE TRIAL. Algona Ice Cream & Candy Factory H,W,POST Dray and Transfer Storage * of all kinds Long distance hauling. Every load insured against loss or damage. Equipped to do all kinds of draylng and hauling. 32-tf Help Your Favorite to Win The Free 10-Day Trip To The *»•• iKposmon Contest Will Close July 51 NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS BOO VOTES RENEWAL SUBSCRIPTIONS 25 VOTES Each admission to State Theatre Brings 10 or 25 votes " Fill In The Blank With A New Subscription Or A Renewal To The Algona Upper Des Moines Algona, Iowa iiiud (amount $ (Subscription $1.5O per year in county—$2.50 outside of county. For credit to (numc j In The Kossuth Working Girls Popularity Contest This is u (New) dk'uewal) Subscription Your name Your address Every Entry Will Be A Winner!
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