BOOK KEWS, Sharp Jfo foper p es Moinea-Republican, May 21, 1030 ness. atSrt $^»3*? •» S«.<* |< club last Thursday. men - senlors irt^J^fl BIa nohard, N. L. cotton ^^a&^s^gf k - s)ster - . to en o last Monday on business. Ing. *£ii rTi, wem *° D 6S Me visit relatives, .. * Miscellaneous shower wan held »« toe home of Mrs. Wm Thompson latt inursaay evening In honor of Miss""' |' 13 8#5£ i S'fc»SS this week end for her home. ; y d r? ve to Des Molhes on to attend to business mat" n,£ 2 5 roup consisting of five women and one man from Piney Woods school In Mississippi gave a musical nnnpaft in fl^« »r *iT _u i . i**uan,tti , A large crowd was n SPlte ° f the to ™**vwwwvwwwvwwvvw at w tenth annual round-i lts . will be held in Fort the^week end wlth%elat?ve9 a ftnd > friends matters. hni? 6 Al " erlcan Legion AuxUary will ariM^wsnKs j£^».B««W! « o* nesota. £'.?£'£ ST"-"^ "»»- iisisasssasl . % . •* • * Ian nom A ots >>***« ».•,.__. ,_=_ i ^ms as though each The Tuesdav dnh had the rteht of wnv »*.„ ~ tu . s ? ay . club "»», uenaing tne fenders and the riin. ning boards on the Ackerman ear nnrt damaging the radiator and biSw^r out one w^ViIrt ***** F ° rd> a ° tn ° u ** no >e baccalaureate services which were well attended. The followlmr SK^'F^^SS s^a-srsa-M t P Sf«fr^ Crla !} Aid soclet y was en- ssrsasr^ at the home ° f tln^tfnl^ 8 ' ? dl Lenz drove to AUS- !bl$F£5£* Sunday to attend ftiifrffcHa An. n .~i _ jHwniiy End Mrs. ^^-a to ^j%a8 ed us' Relative Dies in Explosion. ne^f^X^K'^riends are on a trip to Florida, were sadcten a5ss4sw±w«l SrS* s X!&sn& sister-in-law, Mrs. Carrie A Pelt n '•tofh,?* 7 ° n Tuestj ay of lasfteel ^?r, rtat ;>r flve ; thlrty U P° D round Mrs. Van Keu early in the" Monday on business »n,-, T T « ** "• V1S1I; w "h her son, j. L. Eustace and family. ™O^°»T goln f to Fort D °dse Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Smith Mrs Pay Legler and. Mrs. Lola Zentner Mrs. V. E. Stephenson of Algona jSSti^*^^™*?. rargaret Masterson Injured her foot one day last week while playing and week * from soh °ol thl past Rev. Victor Kollman and family o*f thow^S o u f 1 w days lR st week with relates" S ° hneider f&mUy and other s ^rene Gelshecker has been chos- mi the vacancy In the fifth and --— grades caused by the resiena tion of Miss Hastings. resl ena- ed S th| ra tw Ia nt eS fr ° m LuVerne attend- ermore on Tuesday of last^ek. 11 UV " ,The local I. O. O.P. lodge have rent- as thl c-oT 1 abOVe the bunata B fci^wn ^^^ lodge wm ineet e ta^he ySf'TSSJ&tS fhet tZ dS!t V |r d Pearl, who )s pm^inyed Jn B hosp .. roe junior-senior banquet was held sSSC I'H 1 " ors of coral and grey. The ban was served ( by the ladies of the Me ^£KSSffS£ STtSTSS! nasium for the purpose or reoreanizinff mfi ^ e summc r- The boys need I Jittie boosting and also a litle financial fl^VlSl^Honr/X^t »*?5 r '^ nd ^5" Sl Ge -°rge Hanselman and jvus. sam Steussy attended the fun erai services of John Steussy at New uiarus last week. His home was ii Poxholm, Minnesota, where he diec sudden y and the body was brought to w^n^ U v,L f °^ b , ur ! a l' Tlle deaa^ed fc*V PRANK C. ZENDER. R. W. CALDWELL. " * -rvn-www r*.V^"vV» y, LAKOTA CCOSf) lams was a business visitor Center recently. '«7 pnff J i M ^ eriwas a business vislt- at Buffalo Center last Thursday. E. R. Worley and J. E. Smith were business visitors In Algona OM dayTst tus Jansen, who recently moved to nas been busy building a new The best way to size up a men's store is by the size of its values Handsome is as handsome does —looks alone never carried Lindbergh to Paris. All modern clothing stores are supposed to have attractive entrances—polished bases—intelligent sales folks—but the real test comes in their values —and not in the velour that trims the windows. x If you'll look around, yoii'll nnd that every substantial success in merchandising has been built on Value and if you'll look and compare our values Math any others on fine clothing—you won't look further. j, /„£" '-.•fl'JK/ *.*ij>*« the news n ^ week. The Dr. The Tom Adams silo gang finished fa U rm mg «P a silo on the Shas: Haas farm northeast of town recently. i was able to return to —-— «»""uay after having missed a week onaccount of having the^Ses md | Methodist Good Clothes for Every Man $25 to $50 ZENDER & CALDWEL; <> .j i j, ,< V, : ^* CLOTHING AND SHOES. L.°n 5*5Sl*"~ 5 i») -"S** ** * *"" -rf * jfO^tiUVerne -was quite H-«&n 41Tlfn VIMAlrlttWf n-4 The Great aSf^Sssg^^p '•Un. W*1Wi5r^6^v4fiiiSiHj- ••SS?* 8 ?*? 10 * Sunday «%ffiw fe. relatlve8 J** fto""* M« vsiue i ?' 2' : AcJams of Emmetsburg was here last Saturday looking after business fn'fZ,^ CalllnB on ^ «», Tom, *0»« CARAVAN wl i Davidson, Bernlce s. Irvin Wortmari and Mrs. r10 " "'""" 'hoppers at Algona . J. H. Warburton and Rev P O on a^nmna^,, by Mss E] ^ ne - moved &*$a$ ,„ ^ : «J» 5^S R t? UwMoorer, jyunnesota, next week where she takes her little daughter, Wanda, for treatments. The little one has been having trouble with one of her feet since birth *POV6 f *«»iii^u apienczfi jrnknown claimants'* sorl'aedpremlseai^a- thereto - adverse K to Mrs. H. H. Murray and son, Dennis w . er ft to Forest City Friday for a visit at tne home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hansen. They were accompanied £?i me by . Mrs ' Ral P h Robinson, who will spend a few days here. I last week whereby • ouiu unKnown defendants be °J l he H " fen^hP? y ° U appear thereto and de- id twenty f end before noon of thn SP™,,,? *„.. _, te per i*w ^uiuituau Possession I said be The baccalaureate services were hdd s- _ona THURSDAY, MAY 22nd to 7 o'Clock All types of Dodge Brothers Cars and Trucks will be shown. See the New Six and the new Straight Eight The Beautiful New Plymouth I^r° rl Wit 1 h°'h e d t Pf r CCl ' full " sized aut °mobile will be $736,50 JDelfvered went to the home of his son' vSW „-. Monday for an extended stay Jjeonard -1 1^^ 1 ^ divlsl °n of the Sensing- Attorneys for Plaintiff. with Mrs. _ —w. o .» v ^ if AMI a, Jes to whom a son was iltn. BARGAINS 11 j t~' — v ***.7 ***iu AI&U Jansen werp I ***** n y ^uz~ i* visit j ana aaughter, Louise, Mrs. Fred Jag oL ai ?, ( L daUghter ' Mrs " Frances Adams a ?, d '""5 so £ , we re at Good ~ , North B a I , Mr s. John o. Steinberg and littlP daughter of East Orange New Jer I o"" "/ "', >"""«"««*, who was a form-1 er pastor here at the Lutheran church. 1926 Dodge sedan Buick Master coach 1926 Chevrolet coach 1926 Chevrolet sedan 1928 Chevrolet sedan -fc orcl coupe Ford roadster Ford tudor ALCOHOL, OIL TJ>e dealer in Algona is the New Ldcation south of Court House, 'i>7 V/ ",""" c " uement; exercises will be sassrsn^ns,?^ K£[ «S^^.***£™ Violet J Original Notice. USED CARS 1927 Chevrolet coach 1926 Ford sedan 1925 Ford truck 1928 Chevrolet truck 1927 Chevrolet coupe 1925 Chevrolet touring with winter top AND GREASE ~~" H • • « Kohlhaas Bros. Phone 200 AJgona, Iowa. Rev. N. Batehlor of near will be'the assisting Jiostess^ nfervitft' hia' : daughter, Mrs.'^ J, at Albert Lea, Minnesot Here last week for a visii ne of his son, Guy Beemer. W. L. Martin, vs. Township You and each j - "-* *J %*<.»V \iflj II X-flve (65) North o line (29) west of thi i«tb county, Iowa, de- ed in the above cap- on ' For Sale WELLENDORF tEGHORN FARM Algona, Iowa.
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