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The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, July 28,1936 Hadden-Sorensen Marriage— Alfred Sorensen of Hamlin, an<i Lcona Hadden of Exira were unitet in anarraige July 11 at Marysville Missouri. The single ring cer etriony was performed by Kev. V C. Clark, pastor of the Methodis church. Mrs. Sorensen is th< daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. M Hadden, Extra, Iowa. She attend ed the higH school at Extra, and took a beauty course afCounci Bluffs, Iowa, and is now employed at the State Beauty Salon. Alfred Sorensen, is a mason at Hamlin and is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Vlggo Sorensen, of Hamlin, Iowa. He attended Dann college at Blain. Nebraska. Mrs. Sorensen will continue to work at the State Beauty Salon for a time. Country Club Luncheon— The bi-weekly one o'clock luncheon of the Country Club was held last Wednesday in the club house. On the committee were Mra. John Kohlhaas, chairman. Mrs. W. G. McCullough, Mrs. Harry Hull. Mrs. C. W. Morck, and Mrs. Tony Kirsch. Prizes in bridge went to Mrs. W. Wright, visitor, Mrs. Joe Bloom, Mrs. Bob Larson and Mrs. Jim Pool. Birthday Party for Joan- Mrs. Frank Seeley entertained nine little* boys and girli at a birthday party for her daughter, Joan, who was four years old. Tii; little guests were Carol vJrooters, Shirley Lee. Delores Meyer, Larr- Dick Thorpe, Roger Didricksen, Billy Fox Johnnie Jordin. Darlen Lee and Edwin Didricksen. Games were played on Uw town and Mrs. Seeley served ranch at 4:30. Social Calendar Tuesday, July SS Members of the Royal Neighbor lodge will attended A picnic dinner Tuesday afternoon at the shelter house at the Call State Park. Members will bring a covered dish. There will be a dinner-bridge tonight (Tuesday) at the Country Club at 7:00 o'clock. Those serving on the committee are Mrs. D. P. Smith, chairman; W. A. Lorens. Dr. John Kenefick, Mrs. L. E. Linnan, P. J. Kohlbaas, Mrs. Harold Cowan, Mrs. C. H. Crettmeyer, Chet Williams, Mrs. F. A. Bunting, Mrs. Ft. C. Larson, and Mrs. Harry Godden. Huuois Mrs. G. CL Mnrtegii—> In compliment to Mrs. C. B. Mur Ugh. Mr*. C. H. CreUmeyer enter tained a few friends of Mrs. Mar tagh at the Cretnneyer home on Thursday evening. Prixes in bridge went to Mrs. Bd Mnrtagh. and Mrs. M. P. Weaver. BDa Thompson received the aeoopoly prize, and a gmst proe was siren to Mrs. Mur- tsgb. A, two ceerae luncheon was Mrs. C. W. Btrfield entertained at fc» Omofr. Tuesday evening in honor of her daughter, Mrs. Everett Eyres of LeMars. Guests present were Mable Kohl, Jane Hemphlll, Phyllis Good, Mm Norman Walker, Bernice Lodwigv Irma Dee Roope, and Ruth McKee. The evening was spent socially. re-LoChtb— "~ Mrs. W. P. Hemphill entertained the eight members of the ffl-Lo bridge club at her home last Tuesday evening. Mrs. Ruth Cook received the high score prize, and Mrs. Art Schnepf drew low score prize. Celebrate* BMMajL A group of Meads met at the Mezlar Palkenhalner home Saturday evening at an Informal gathering, the occasion being Melxar's birthday. Harriet Smith Entertains— Harriet Smith entertained Wednesday evening In honor of Helen and Gertrude Morrow of Des VToines. Guests present were Mary Foster. Mrs. D. E. Miller. Emma Spongberg. Mary Harris. Bernice and Esther Dearchs. Dorothy Sell- trom. and Mrs. Paul Bell. Bridge ras the diversion of the evening. Family Reunion—I The Samp family held a family reunion Sunday at Clear Lake. The members of the family attending were Mr. and Mrs. Andrew God- redson. Algona; Leslie Samp and Cenneth Samp and families, of Lake Mills; Mrs. Helen Reeves of Sioux City; Mrs. Maxine Lunstrom and family, Bancroft, and Lowell Samp. JOHN KOLLASCH, WHITTEMORE, LOSES 33 ACRES OATS, FIRE WARNING Bicycle Owners Take Notice Riding on sidewalk in brainesv district strictly prohibited. If used at night, mint be equipped with a light Offenders disregarding above wfll be apprehended and dealt with accord - Ingly. ~" C, F. SPECHT, Mayor. Nobody In Field For Sev era! Days—Call Fire Company Shower for Pre-NupUal— Airs. Ella Hutchins gave a miscellaneous shower at her home, on Friday afternoon, for her niece.. Mary Hutchins, who will be marri- -xl Wednesday to Floyd Be"pels of Lakefield, Minnesota. There werr yi guests present, and the afternoon was spent socially. Bridge Club MeetaH Mrs. Ralph Miller entertained the members of her bridge club at a one o'clock luncheon at the Hotel Algona Monday afternoon. Helen Dingley and Mrs. J. L. Bonar were guests of the club, and the hajrA prixe was won by Mrs. A. E Kresensky. Sunday Dinner Guests— Mrs. W. J. Ficrer entertained las* Sunday at dinner in honor of her sisters. Mrs. George Heitt, from 'omona. California, and Mrs. R Logan from Spencer. Mrs. Lon Vright formerly from Spencer and B. J. Logan were the other guests. araily Reunion— A family reun.-on of tl 1 e Scbultz family was held Sunday at the Call State Park. About fifty members of the family attended, they being from Algona. Humboldt Goldfield and Ladysmith, Wisconsin. A picnic dinner was served. 3ornong Buys Out Titus; Will Sell Terraplane Cars J. G. Bronong has bought pot the Titus Motors and is handling Hod- Whlttemore: John Kollasch had the misfortune to lose 33 acres of oats Friday by fire which was started in a mysterious way. as nobody was in that field for several days. All the available help that could be gotten with the Whittemore fire company on hand could not save any part by trying to plow furrows around part of the field as the fire spread so fast they had to give it up. Car Tipped Over On St. Joe Grade St. Joe: The Martin Lentsch family of Fort Dodge tipped over in their car near the Nick Bormann, Jr.. hill Wednesday afternoon. One of the girls was driving and struck loose gravel. No one was hurt and when the car was straightened up and water and oil put in they went on their way. Martin Lentsch is a brother of Mrs. Joe Kramer and brother-in-law of Mrs. Mary Lentsch. son and cars, Mr. Burnon jr comes here from GiThertriBe. in the PCTittMnasfcerri juirt *i» Use state, whwr* I» h» S^wa ja t** garage r/osirjfss tiw r*st Oats Hit High; Average 67 Bu. On Union Farm Lutherans Picnic The St. Paul Lutheran Toung People's society held a picnic on Thursday evening at the Louis Greinert grove with the members of the Y. P. S. of the West Bend congregation as guests. Games were played and a wiener roast was the main attraction. There ! were around one hundred present, j At Ftaneral Friday j j A number of relatives from here i i attended the funeral of Mrs. Otto Vwgat at Kagie Grove Friday. Mrs. Voight passed away Wednesday. a»d was sic* only a few Aiys, She died of heart trouble. She will t» well remembered in thr Burl Txsnity as she was formerly Mis* Ida Koepke and for a number of Tatars they fived three miles south &1 Bart. She is survived by her h'ssfeaad and ten children, two married aud the rest at home. Those attending from here were Mr. and Mr* Archie Voight and son. Jas., Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voight ind WEST BEND NEWS vorj- rsniajT. A ssaat TVC" i-cvrat- ' <i *aS j5j «'S- Resells UKI Evelyn, — - - is_-tfO *; i EursJd and Ella Voight. Mr«. Rhme- ffi rr. 35n7ir.! itr-hr. thr l*i?v?"fiT»r* C^ijc*}- 5^rr dny. Kr Srrtr-fcr >i»j: •£ flI17f- 7f ?Cf*T fir t TSiil niimmr. trnrc £T TV 2* artrag*. i The Page Fence colored baseball Prank Bnfius h»£ t 5*iS that av- Jeam of Des Moines came here on Wednesday to play ball for the Uss Tri- j !3t * ! Otwald and daughter. Gladys. f inisfw i . . , - O»t« :s Whittwnore Wins Mrs. Guy Post and children of Newell. South Dakota, is here visiting with relatives. Mrs. M. T. Munson is confined to her bed with a serious illness with sciatic rheumatism. Merle Stover had new shingles put on the roof of his home and is otherwise Improving it. Mrs. Phil Dorweiler and son of Fort Dodge spent the past week at the Jos. Dorweiler home. Wm. Johnson is at Paton, Iowa, helping care for his mother. Mrs. J. J. Johnson, who is an invalid. Mr. and Mrs, Ray Miller of For Dodge, spent Thursday at the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Miller. Mrs, George Losen and son o Thor is visiting at the Frank Lockwood home. She was the former Mariam Isch Mrs. Frank Dizon and son. Raymond, of Plover, spent Sunday at the home of the former's daughter, Mrs. Paul Mikes. Mr. and Mrs. James Moadinger left Thursday morning for Elgin, HI., after a week's visit at the Henry Schmidt and Raymond Wilson, homes. Mrs. Ira Balrd and daughters. Former Resident of LuVerne Dies Wed., Sioux City Lu Verne: Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon at the Methodist church for Max Hamlow, a former resident of LnVerne, who died at his home in Sioux City on Wednesday. His death was caused by heat prostration suffered while he was at work. He had lived in LuVeme until he was 17 at which time the family moved to Fort Dodge. After ten years' residence there he moved to Sioux City which has been his home the past five years. He is survived by his wife and a son and daughter, two brothers. Carl, Fort Dodge, and Harold, Sioux City, and four sisters, Mrs. Glen Godfrey, Mrs. Herschel Wegner and Ida Hamlow, Fort Dodge, and Mrs. Andrew Thompson. Hardy. 9. H. White Dies J. H. White, a former resident of LuVerne. was buried in the Lu- Verne cemetery Saturday afternoon. He was born in 1869 and died at his home to Rochester, Minn.. Thursday evening July 23, :s fc-s hafi t bnuw thsi swath of his bisuhels per ora*. Tt if hKhrrcd ie> be the hiph- fsl IT thi* rieiaity. Mr. and Mrs, W. P. Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Spilles drove to Des Moines Thursday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Harry Empting. Scha^ti of Bancroft has bora a bowe guest at the Emil StnffcJ borne. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gould visited Sunday at the Joe Arndorfer home in Cresco. Harold Merritt and Keith Scrag- gin of West Bend, were week end guests of Kenneth Gould. Mrs. Henry Keller of Bismark North Dakota, and Mr. and Mrs. Bonnie Spencer of Cambridge. Minn., spent Sunday with their sister. Mrs. Claude Dearchs and family. They are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hofius. Wednesday, Thursday, July 29-30 Daily matinees LITTLI MOVES To Top the Se- crct Syndicate o| Crime That's^ "Taken Over" from the Public Enemies! Bancroft Junior Nine Wins Entry Into State Meet Bancroft: The Bancroft Junior Legion baseball team defeated Anthon 8 to 7 in the third game of a series of three. Thursday, which makes them eligible to enter the state tournament to be held at Rockwell City soon. Maxine Guide underwent an appendicitis operation at the Wohnke hospital last Monday. Mrs. M. J. Wolfe and daughter. Maureen spent last week in Stuart visiting relatives and friends. Mary Anita Cairy. Whittemore, visited from Thursday until Sunday at the J. R Sheridan home. Matt McDermott, Des Moines is visiting this week at the J. H, Sheridan home. Mrs. Sheridan is his daughter. Mr. and Mr«. J. J. WhaJen and Mr. and Mrs. John Whalen of Mason City visited at the Henry Fox home Saturday. Mr*. Mary Staoder accompanied n- Henry Lapp* to the hocpital it Iowa Caty Thursday. Kr». Su>ud- *.* .*-t:.urr.ttd home the s&me evening «r iL&d Mn P.iy Hcakuis Los Aiiftifct CfcUoitin. visited from ?i:u.aty utu! T-je*d*y tt it* M. A. iu-uiidtrt ui£ C M. &*.ker iCrt Evt V.U.DI. li Kru*r ret firemen's celebration and were defeated by the Whittemore Merchants by a score of 19 to J. It was too bad that Prof. Rochford could not get his high school boys together on short notice as they would have put up a better game than those sluggish colored players. Atweli on the mound and Menke. both from Algona. played with the local noys. £»!.«• ;t kite, v^s.t- fei tit ?:.rr^tr;j Mr. and Mrs. Kern Elerick of Alta visited with friends here Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bullock of ML Vernon. 111., are visiting at the Curtis Quinn home. Dr. Forest Cairy of Sioux City was a visitor nt the Alice R. Cairy home last Tuesday. Mrs. Carrie Hilligan and Mrs. Frank Haas of Dubuque are visiting at the home of Mrs. Frank Derner. Alfred Semon cut a severe gaah in his arm last week while trying to open a window. It took several stitches to close the wound. L. J. Heckerson was called to Kanawha last Tuesday to the bed- f-ide of his mother who was seriously ill but later reports were that ahe is somewhat better. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Elbert and family drove from Los Angeles. California, last week and will spend a week here with relatives and with the former's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Elbert. Mr. and Mrs. Art Heidenwith and son. Ellsworth accompanied by Mrs. Otto Zabel of Milwaukee, vis- ted at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Pred C. Wegener at Lone Rock last Tuesday evening. Richard Vaughn had the misfortune to lose a part of his finger in corn shelter last week at the Peter Elbert farm. He was taken to the McCreery hospital where the njury was treated. Edwin and Louise Heineman of Elmhurst. HI, and Clifford Miller came to the P. L. .lessen home last Monday to .pend the week with Constance and Geneva, of Jefferson are spending the week at the home of the former's sister. Mrs. H. M. Mantz. Mrs. Harris Griggs and children nf California who are visiting the Frank Doyle home, returned Saturday from « visit with relatives at Mallard. Walter Williams and Mrs. Grace Crisman and daughter. Mary Jane are spending some tin'.e at the home of their sister. Mrs. Peter Bangert at Ashton. lown. Mrs. S. DeLang and Mrs. Wm. White of Chicago came for a visit with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jos Dorweiler. They will be remembered here as Florence and Bernadine Dorweiler. Miss Juanita Hansen was vaccinated for scarlet fever, and the vaccination reacted. She is broken out as she would with scarlet fever. Miss Hansen plans to leave in Sept. for Rochester, to take a course in nursing. Quentin Konnsbach r?n> from Cedar Falls Friday evening to spend the week end with his mother. Mrs. J. C. Kongsbach. He was accompanied by Marguerite Tinsley who is visiting her parents, the B. F. McFarlands. Both are attending summer school there. Miss Florence Foley of Des following a heart attack. He married to Mellnda Diane Patterson, January 8, 1890, and eight children were born to this union, two. Leta and Verne, preceding him in death. The surviving children are: Floyd E. White, Mrs. John Zweifel, Rochester; W. W. White, Santa Ana, California; Mrs. C. J. Johnston, Wilmington, California; Mrs, Floyd Stocker. Kyoto, Minn., and Garnet White, R. N., Rochester. There are also 13 grandchildren. The family Hved here 14 years leaving here In the fiUl of 1924. They lived in Dover, Minn., one year, then moved to Rochester. where they have since made their home. Services were held at the hom> Saturday morning at i a m. with the Rev. •. D. Clbh hospital chaplain of the Presbyter-' an church officiating. At the Lu- Verne cemetery, the Rev. A. G. Meddle, Thompson, spoke words of comfort to the bereaved. Pallbearers were Floyd White, John Zweifel, Floyd Stocker, Wilson Zweifel, C. W. Patterson and F. L Chapman. Jessica, Tomica, Calfica Was Bullica Exchange: Occasionally one of our high school girls who graduates and goes away to college get high hat and forgets her humble origin. One in a nearby town name Jessie got that way after signing her letters home as "Jessica". Her hardheaded brother, Tom, who remained home milking cows and doing chores to help earn the money for her education stood it as long as he could and then he grabbed a pencil and wrote:> "Dear Jessica: Dadica and Momlca have gone to visit Aunt Lizzica. Uncle Samica is talking of buying a new mnchlnica, but he doesn't know whether to get a Fordica or a Chevica. The old cowica has had a calfica. I was going to call It Nelllca, but 1 changed it to Jimica because It was n bullica. Your affectionate brother, Tomica." Lotts Creek News The ball game between Lotts Creek and the Burt American Legion team Friday at Burt was won by Lotts Creek by a score of 5 to 4. John Kohlwes received a letter from two of his nephewo at Spencer. They wrote that everything had been damaged there by a hail storm. Rev. Fiene went to Ames Thursday. Hannah, his daughter who attended college there, returned home with him. Hannah will remain at home for the rest of the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Meyer went to Fort Dodge Friday and returned! Saturday. Mrs. Wm. Meyer had some dentist work done by a spec- alist there. Lucille Dreyer, Austin, Minn., has been employed there Mrs. Albert Potrat*. Whittemore, helped with the work and took can of her mother, Mrs. Manning from Tuesday until Friday. Mrs. Manning returned with h«r to Whittemore Friday where she will take care of her. Mrs. Manning has not been in very good health here lately. WORLD'S FASTEST OIL STOVE With 'the aid of Perfeetien's Htgfr- Power burners which bring to thb Move the Seven High Point* oft "Hfeh-Power" . . . Speed. Control]' Convenience; CleanuneM. Economy, Appearance and Quality, you now can have the world'* fartert oil ttove in your home. Perfection "High-Poweri" are the outstanding cook stove values. Ask to see a "High-Power" demonstratiaa. You] win be under no obligation. Kohlhaas & Spilles HABDWABE Algona,, Iowa 1^ HIGH-POWER J&RFECntiN OIL STOVES ARMSTBONG NEWS Moines was the guest of honor at a miscellaneous shower at the home of Mrs. H. M. Mantz Tuesday evening. Mrs. B. F. McKarland was assistant hostess. Miss Foley re- reived many beautiful gifts. She was a former resident here and has been attending the State University. SWEA CITY NEWS the former-i sister, Mrs. Jessen. ' bak « r y at Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Christensen .spent the past week with relatives at Lake Okoboji. A group of relatives and friends were guests at the W. H. Meyer home Sunday honoring Mr. and Mrs. Arden Hovey. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sayers and daughters spent the week end here with relatives. They formerly owned and operated the Swea City bak- ry but now own and operate a Prague, Minn. They and the Jes&ens (pent a few dayj at Arnold'* Park. Mr and Mr* Frank B*li and itir two daughters of Blue Earth were Whittemore viiitori lait W*4- r.e*day Tbty were accomanicd :n the evening by Mr. and D.eamb Cordts who will ;.tjjd a we** at the home of the ;*;is Mr E D WA R D G. :-sse*> ROBINSON Heads Gangdom's New Die tatorship j n Warner Bros: ^ BULLETS BALLOTS id Mr* Carl Etttn accom- ;.iT..frd ty Vtrn Keumaii and Edi-i Sc.E--:tz Mr» John H*nr>" and :=._sr.-.trs Ei'_r.tr =r.d Mo!!y. Mr». O;.=*. Htrr.r>- ar.a Dorotcy Mergen iii t-'.t Es;i Sr.tppirds attended i •-r.t J-r.trij 'A O.-.wrt Sfje .-— i'oi.i Wfcdr.t5-:e.y Mr - i-s tr.t 'a'-r.tr of Ej.r: S Kenneth Thomson who has been employed at the ChrUteaten cafe for the past three yean, baa resigned his position and began working Monday for Carl Walker of the Bjurtrom Electrical Appliance Co. Mrs. Henry Fielding was honor guest at a miscellaneous shower at the M. E. church on Thursday afternoon. Hostesses were: Mesdamc: Howard Hosier. G. R. McDowell, Ray Anderson, T F. Johnson F J Thomson and R. E. Ridge Mr. and Mrs. MJllard Nicodemus of Des Moines spent a few days with the former's parent*. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Mardick. Miss Florence Laffey of Brltt has been spending the past week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Laffey here, and also with other relatives and friends. Betty and Margaret Halsman. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Halsman. spent a few days at the home of their grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Gucrdet. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Johnson of Champagne, 111., arrived Sunday for a visit at the parental H. B. Sturdevant home and also the parental George Johnson home, south of town. Mary Lee Henvman of Albuquerque, New Mexico, U visiting friends and relatives In Armstrong and EstherviUe. Mary Lee and a younger sister arrived last week for an extended visit with friends and relatives In Estherville and here. Jule Seifert's road crew are now camped two miles east of Armstrong, where they are excavating two miles. They arrived last Tuesday and will be here about a week. A large crowd of people from this vicinity attended the celebration at Swea City, Wednesday and Thursday. Grocery Specials New Potatoes, per peck Catsup, large bottle, for Fancy Cookies, 2 Ibs. ________ Sliced Pineapple No. 2 size, 2 canrf Rd. Pitted Cher- Ties, No. 10 can Pork & Beans, No. 10 can Waukesha Gringer Ale and White Soda Large size, case $1.20 Small size, case .90c The Best in Meats for Threshing Fancy Veal Roast Baby Beef Roast Fancy Veal Loaf Baby Beef Boil Fancy Veal Stew Fey Swiss steak per Ib Ib. Ib. 18c I 12Mc Summer sausage Ol P We Buy Butchering Stock Top Prices For Eggs H. R. Sorensen & Co. Phone 138 and 139 rVfWWWWWVWWW We Deliver wwwwwwws CLEARANCE SALE Kossuth County Plat Books At The Algona Upper Des Moines Office 28 Townships- County Data Well Bound at $2.00 Formerly sold at •.^ f-.it. f'.u: K-.iffrt.ur. Ai:.- t:.1c ' Ki-!.:_Vf "'*•'.: •: ¥~ a'.*ti.jtd tr.t fuc- LSVTKGTON NEWS OAN BLONDELL BARTON MactANE HUMPHREY BOGART F R A NcK M c H U G H' i ],-,.-T Program NVw>. ••I.u.-ky Stark-i.-" a •' F- 'i-ward T-.-gctlicr. : ' Prices 10c26c Friday, Saturday, July 31-August 1 Bargain Days—Daily MaUr.t-es T«,o New Fi.^-. Rur. fVaUirti Lew Ayers iu "The Leathernecks Have Landed" All seats 16c lOc Dkk Foraa iu "Song of the Saddle" »cit Vi;:. iiaii. L«r.-,rc. I:: : Mri .'c.i:<: Kv-t.tr is-'.-3 E.air.e W:i»on of s-*fci C.iy C:.^ K^^,cz. Mr. and A..t^rt Ko^iii.--. Mrs &ina Mc- """ --.".; Mri Jot K^iiij>cn «ji<3 .=.- '. = -• -''ir:.'...-i Mri Frii.*: ._- -----a ifj-i Kij-Ji,w.d Vogel ail of : Ji-_i..roft Mr aid Mri C E Koi,... t i -^j.-- i.i L^.Vtrr.c, Mr at/i Mrs. •_£-« i ii-'- P^t»c..'. o.' Bod*. Jc* Koilasch. i Mr* Wjii K.oiii^»cc and sons, l.van • i_-.a Gi<iviar. r-aui Ntiii*, Paul iid M^iu/"ic«f I>uffy. aJi L>r tsrd Mri. A. Lut*c- s-burg. Mr. and Mrs. I>ar.ihfeutfcr imd Oiugbter t Mr. &nd Mr*. C&u>. O. ir.O lan;Uy and Mrs Jake ail c<f W&x. Bead : i '-f t tc* ii^- t»u! Mri. U B fnmi. Otri-kj aaii asjj MirgSiiW* i.t*d Sutdiy at tit Fit Muil' ttc.rg Mrs. /_.' butcd&y. Joj a tor. which ir «ifca/< of t-r, jri rv* he h>yj u*fcd yt&n. Ml. LbU aiMt ci.rn »i-tiUcg in trta viciiuty. U Hjdioi! r«:tivt4 word S&t- of the d£&L& of his you&g£#t m Fi-LCiL, Mi^higs^n Ml. Had by his froca St. Paul, and a *ii- t<j from Pitxre. South Dakota. UrM toriy Sunday toonu&f for FUut, to aU«bd the fuoerkl cm John Kicks Dog; John Breaks Leg He JUtrMxt, who a employed by Aigona Ice Cream tk Candy b&d tis* mi&f&rLu&e to f fi* and tui uvkie one day lut week wu out in the yard washing his u*r aad h»d gotten dove under the ttx to &x ximt-lhing wbtn hi« dug &nd a. tr&icp dug started figM^g A neighbor dog rtariifd over to help but <uid fur *^g»" to fly. John hur- ntd (root undtr Lbt car and run- tung tcv&rd Lh* docs, kicked at them to get tb«jr aptirt His foot fciipped a&d h« felt in «ucfe » way that bin aaki* WM fxacturwd. He i* reooveriBC at th* hoBM of Us p*renta, Mr. and Mn. Mete Lanon. UNDERWOOD! The Laroest Typewriter Factory in the World! It's good business to sell the machine that the worW i« u • consecuUve year, Underwood has produced aml^ Jmot ? ^ ^ ^ 30th er manufacturer in the world. more *yP«writer» than any oth- SEE THE UNDERWOOD ON DISPLAY HERE The Algona Upper Des Moin Typewriter flemce-Adding Machine es

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