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the tipper Bes Hoines-Republican, July 9,1930 'ttobeft Welter of,Wesley was over on business Monday. Banker Fay tfiver of LuVerne was "In the city on business Monday. - Lories Crawford, who 1 lives north of Algona, had his tonsils removed Monday. 'Epgo Johnson of -Lakota underwent a major operation at the Algona hospital last Saturday. .Teddy Bob Chrischilles, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. ChrischUles, has been quite ill for over a week. Richard Wadleigh, ten year old son of Roy Wadleigh, of Sexton, is serious- > ly ill with Bright's Disease. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Sullivan drove to Hampton Saturday where Mr. Sullivan attended to some legal business. Dr. and Mrs. Robert Schemel of Omaha spent the Fourth of July With his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Schemel. Mr, and Mrs. G. F. Towne and family spent the Fourth of July and the •week end at Shell ttock- with relatives. • "Miss Mabel DeGraw is taking her •vacation from the Elite Shop this week and next. Her sister, Mildred, is helping at the tihop. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gilllngham of Austin, 'Minnesota, spent the Fourth of July with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Wheplbck. Mrs. Thelma Sorrlgan-Hamilton of Bt. Paul visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Horrlgan, several days during the past week. Mr. and 'Mrs. Alfred Faulkner were Fourth of July visitors from Chicago at the home of Mrs. Faulkner's moth- ,€r, Mrs. Dora Ferrlgan. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Claussen and family and Mr.'und Mrs. Steve Eaton and family of Duncombe ,were guests at the Eackus"home Trlday. Superintendent J. F. Overmyer drove to Dakota City Sunday with Mrs. Minnie Coate, Who took the train for California, to visit at the Butler home. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon French are visiting his mother, Mrs. S. B. Fench. Gordon lives at Philadelphia.where he has a fine position with a lumber company. Mr. and Mrs. William Berry of Winnebago and Mr. and Mrs. A. Cunningham and daughter, Geraldine, of Amboy were Visitors at the Backus home Trlday. E. J. .Van Ness and family returned home Sunday from northern Minnesota. They report a fine week spent in a cottage on White Lake and also had excellent fishing. M.r. and Mrs. John Lee spent a week fishing at Mille Lacs Lake hi northern Minnesota. Mr. Lee was taking a vacation from his duties as jeweler hi the Borchardt drug store. Dr. Melvln Bourne is home from Detroit for a two weeks' visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bourne. He is in his second year of interneshlp in the Harper hospital In Detroit. Mrs. W. E. Duncombe of .Fort Dodge, Mrs. Alfred Coats, of Melbourne, Australia, and R. E. Sherman of El Paso, Texas, spent some time in Algona Monday Visiting T. C. Sherman. R. E. is a brother and the ladies are cousins of T; G, Mr. and Mrs. John Walley and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Scott, all of Truman, Minnesota* visited the former couple's son. Dr. P. E. Walley, local osteopath, over the Fourth. The doctor's wife was also here from Des Moines for-, over the Ftirth. Mrs. John Lamuth left Thursday and spent the Fourth of July arid the week end at the Wm. H. Ryno home at Fort Dodge returning home on Sunday. Mrs. Kate Laughln, who had spent two weeks at the Ryno home, returned home with her. Mrs.- Horace Hamilton of Minneapolis Was in Algoha from Friday Until Sunday visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Horrigan, Mr. Hamilton spe-nt some time with his parents, who live at Mason City, where his father is president of the Hamilton Business CoUege. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Nugent and sons, Jackie and Dlngley and Miss : Helen Dingley came Friday from Chicago to visit the F. W. Dlngley home. Mr. Nugent and Miss Dlngley returned to Chicago Sunday but Mrs. Nugent and the boys will spend the rest of the summer in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Casey, Mr. and Mrs. H. F. O'Brien and D. S. O'Brien drove over from Mason City and spent the Fourth at the W. J. O'Brlijn home. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Strelt spent a few days the latter part of last week and the first part of this w"eek In Duluth and other points in northern Minnesota. ,' J. L. oBnar and L, C. Hansen left July 4 for Traverse county, Minnesota, where they expected to spend a week looking after farms owned by them In that Ideality, and fishing in the lakes in thiat neighborhaodf Judge quite playing golf a year or so ago, and became an expert fisherman, and "Hans" is an all-round sportsman. Dr. and Mrs. George Elvidge were Algona visitors over the Fourth at the home of Mrs. Elvidge's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Herman. They drove to Minneapolis Saturday accompanied by Mr. Herman. They called on John Edwards, who was an old settler in Algona and who now lives hi St. Paul. Mr. Edwards sends his best regards to his Algona friends. Rev. C. K. Shackelford, who is spending some time visiting at the home of his brother, Frank Shackelford, hi Algona, enjoyed a Fourth of July visit from his son, oward, who with his wife came from their home in Chicago to see his father. The young man is foreman of the embossing department of the Columbian Note & Bond Company, which position he has held for the past three years. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hagg spent the Fourth in Algona visiting at the home of Elmer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Hagg. Elmer lives at Parker, South Dakota, where he is in charge of circulation for ,the Sioux Falls Argus- Leader over a large territory. He says that corn in South Dakota seems to be more advanced than in Iowa, but then Elmer always was a booster for his home locality. C. C. Rlppentrop was down from Lakota on business Tuesday. Elda Lavrenz started clerking last week in the Cummings store. Mr. and Mrs. George S. Johnson and two children spent the Fourth at Okoboji. Helen Parsons is assisting with the bookkeeping at the Kent garage this week. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Caldwell and daughter, Maxlne, are at Okoboji this week for a vacation. Miss Esther Shipmnn of the Marigold Beauty Shoppe I spent the Fourth at Corwith which is her home., Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Lee and children returned home Sunday from Sac City where they had gone to spend the Fourth. Dr. P. W. Galloway of Estherville was a guest Friday, Saturday and Sunday at the home of his daughter, Mrs. P. J. Christensen. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Helberg and family Of Newton Visited over the Fourth at the home of Mr. Helberg's brother, Arthur. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Davenport drove to Cowrie Sunday and spent the day with Mrs. Davenport's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Smith. Mrs. Hubert Kruse and daughter, Patricia, of O*Neil, Nebraska, are visiting at the H. N. Kruse home. Mrs. Hubert Kruse is a daughter-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Kruse. Mr. and Mra. Jas. Zigrang of Livermore and their niece, Miss Mary Hena- berry of Eagle Grove were guests Sunday at the D. H. Goeders home. Helen Peterson was home for the Fourth of" July from Cedar Falls where she is attending summer school. Helen will teach again at Ledyard in the fall. Miss Isabel Baylor accompanied some friends to St. Paul Thursday evening and spent the Fourth there. Isabel is the bookkeeper for the Helberg garage. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Hynds and family of Mason City came Saturday for a visit at the home of Mr. Hynds' brother, Ben, who operates Ben's Radio Shop. Jessie Burda and his sister-in-law, Mrs. Jerry Bur(da of Chicago were guests of the former's brother,.J. J. Burda of the Radio Shop Saturday and Sunday. . W. A. Sigsbee and Lloyd Muckey returned home Sunday from a fishing trip to Rapidan near Mankato. They left x Algona on the trip the day before .Li irt jj •«'.-,. Call Theati-e — Algona . • • • • • * •• •..'.'. The Summer Resort of Northwest Iowa. The $6,000 power plant Kooler .Airecooling system makes this possible. 50000 cubic feet of cool, washed, pure air under control from the box office guarantees you cooling comfort at the Call. A suggestion to the ushers will give you the kind of weather you like We make the weather to suit you and will change It on a moment's notice. We guarantee that you will be cool, happy, and pleased any time, the hottest day of the year or your money back. TUBS. & WED., JULY 8-9. "Sweetie," "Dangerous," "Paradise," and "Honey," Now Nancy lOarroll "THE DEVIL'S HOLIDAY" Suckers Sinners and Saintsl Manicurist meets the man of her heart. Here's a new Nancy. Directed by the man who made 'The Trespasser," America's sweetheart winning your heart. Also- Ben Bernie and his Bana A corking musical number and a song reel. THUBS. & FBI., JULY 10-11 One of the outstanding productions. All technicolor. Marvelous sets- wonderful music. Vivienne Segel Walter Pigeon in a big road road show attraction, 100 per cent talking and singing "THE BRIDE OP THE REGIMENT" Based on the operetta "The Lady in Ermine." Also— ~-^ New Talking News. SUN. & MON., JULY 13-14 p. m. matinee and every two hours. A 100 per cent entertainment., It's big musical western. Comparable j- Joan- Crawford's '.'Montana i/loon." That was a show! Wm. Haines Cliff Edwards Polly Moran Leila Hyams In "WAY OUT WEST" Karl Dane and a big cast. Also-Second showing in America of Para- nount Talking News—Mayor Walker New York City, Welcomes Bob>y Jones; Hunter Brothers break endurance record of 17 V4 days In the air and other new Items, and additional Short Subjects. SATURDAY, JULY 12. Matinee l:30-prices, 10c-30c. Wild romance of a lonely coast. WARMER »P f " GUNS and GASOLINE! ACTION and SPEED! IN THIS FAST- MOVING DRAMAI WED. & THUBS., JULY 15-16 A Warner Brothers' Vitaphone special. The best technicolor picture made in 1930. Walter Wolfe Vivienne Segel Noah Beery Lupino Lane in RJnty mMW * » ; teoldl In S scenic investiture of vivid beauty tn glori- 008 Technicolor hues W laid a thrilling story of perils in the African Juggle—with voices of world famous singer* achieving new height* of golden-toned melody. „ enjoyment. A master production. Also— Fox T the Fourth. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sherman of Bancroft was ft busl ness visitor in Algona 'Tuesday. Mrs. E. T. Stevenson of Greene is here visitng'old frleftds in Algona. Father Loeffelholtz of St. Benedict was a visitor in Algona yesterday. Melvin Hocklnson Is enjoying a visit from his father, whose home is Rt Lake Mills. Banker Herman C. Rachut of Titonka transacted business in Algona yesterday. • Attorney James Williams of Mason City was in Algona yesterday on legal business. Mr. and Mrs. George J. Ellis of Man* kato spent the Fourth at the M. J. Pool home in Algona. Kenneth Cosgrove and friend from Hammond, Indiana, were here Sunday visiting with relatives, Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Dahl of Swea City spent the Fourth at the home of their son, Milton in Algona. Betty Elliott came from Los Angeles July 3 and is spending a few days with her friend, Lucille Wlndell. Ed. Kilmer, who Is assistant manager at the Botsford Lumber Company, was In Chicago over the week end visiting his sister. Miss Elaine Isaacson and Miss Marguerite Dalziel left Tuesday for Boone Where they will spend about nine days at the girls' camp, Leo Helserodt Is enjoying a visit from his mother, who Is here from California. She has also been visiting relatives in Chicago. Mrs. Marc Moore and two children returned Wednesday from nicevUJe, where she visited her mother, Mrs. John Stelnmetz a week. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Richardson returned Monday from Sioux City, where they have been visiting relatives and friends the past several days. Miss Pauline Meyers, Western Union operator, Is enjoying a- two week's vacation at Des Moines and Dyersvllle, the latter town being her home . Carl Pearson who Is the auto license clerk in the county treasurer's office, is spending a week's vacation on his farm near Swiea City painting the buildings. Ruth Reed of Audubon, Iowa, came last Thursday to spend a few days at the W. H, Lacy home. Miss Reed taught In the Central building, here a few years ago. Rev. Dubbe, pastor of the German Lutheran church, and family, left Tuesday morning for Moline, Illinois, called there by the serio.us Illness of Mrs. Dubbe's mother. , Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Specht, daughter Emma, and grandchildren, Melvln and Wayne Larson spent from Saturday to Monday in Redwood Falls, Minnesota, visiting. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lanham of Des Moines visited here over the week end at the W. H. Cummlngs home. Mrs. Cummlngs returned to Des Moines with them for a week's visit. Mr. and Mrs. James Nelson of Madison, Wisconsin, are visitors at the Glen Raney home. Mrs. Nelson Is Mrs Raney's aunt. They lived southwest of Algona a number of years ago. Mrs. F. A. M. Frost left the latter part of the week for Wirock, Minnesota where she will Join her husband who is station agent there. She was uncertain as to the length of time she would be gone. Mrs. Mary Runchey left Frida; morning with her brother and wife from Royal to attend the funeral o a sister on Saturday at Rockford, Illinois, and will remain'for a visit with other sisters and brothers Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Connelly 01 Kokomo, Indiana, were guests of Mr and'Mrs. John Dutton a few days lasl week. Mr. and Mrs. Connelly also visited relatives and friends in Fair mont, the latter's home prior to her moving to Kokomo. Paul Keneflck entertained three guests here Tuesday. They were John Jensvold, Don Davidson and Mr. Gaines, all from Des Moines. The boys had a cottage at Lake Okoboji and were enjoying vacations. Paul went back to the lake with them. Verne Owen and two sons, Carol anc Perry Lee, came Thursday evening anc M >»; o:o<>ox > ^x>^voxwo'o^^:o"Ox^wox>x>'>»Q;'0,>iio»x>:c i r«oc i X'voo:o'oo^^o^w»$<«woo^w^5^ !s B. E. Hynds spent Tuesday in Fort Dodge attending a convention of radio dealers. Their daughter, Patricia Ann, is in Mason City visitng her grandparents. Mrs! E. J. Kelley of Mason City was in Algona last week visiting friends. Mrs. Kelley will be remembered as Miss Gertrude Sheridan, who was for a number of years librarian in Algona. Victor Steil and Jack Milier of Cedar Rapids visited in Algona over the week end. Victor is a son of Joe Steil. He Is* In charge of an off foe for she Bell Grain Company at Cedar Rapids and Is cluing well. . Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Hynds and daughter, Patricia Ann, attended a Hynds family reunion July Fourth at the home of Mr. Hynds' uncle, Dr. W. E. Debe at Waterloo.' There were forty at the reunion. Mr. and Mrs. ,W. C. Laird and son, Richard, drove to Perry Thursday and visited until Sunday, at" the home of Mrs. Laird's parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Allshouse. Richa'rd remained to spend two weeks- with his grand-parents. Mr. and Mrs. William Latham and two children, Geraldine and Billy, -of Muncie, Kansas, which is near Kansas City, are visiting-at the home of Mrs. Latham's sister, Mrs. Eva Deim, a»d with other relatives. They will be here a week. Mr. and Mrs. RT G. Misbach and three children from Fairmont visited Sunday at the home of the former's brother, Joe Misbach, In Algona. They had a swim in our pool, and reported it much better swimming than in the lakes around their home. Mrs. Harry McCorkle came home on Thursday from Rockwell City, where she had spent a week visiting her sister, Mrs. Victor Young. Mr. and Mrs. Young brought her home and ppent the Fourth and until Sunday at the McCorkle home. Mr. and Mrs. John Moulds returned Saturday from Lake City where they had been since Thursday visiting Mrs. Mould's sister, Mrs. W. E. Moulds. John Moulds and W. E. are cousins. Mrs. W. E. Moulds has been quite ill following a nervous breakdown. W. A. Foster went in to Chicago on Sunday "on a buying trip. Mrs. Foster and daughter, Mary Elizabeth, accompanied him as far as Janesville, Wisconsin, where they are visiting the Dr. E. O. Hartman family. They are expected 'home Saturday or Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Riggs and daughter, Nancy Bell, of Youngstown, Ohio, are expected today for a visit at the home of Mrs. Riggs' sister, Mrs. A. E. .Kresensky. Friday Mr. and Mrs. Riggs and daughter, "and Mr. and Mrs, Kresensky and daughter, Ardis, will leave for Flandreau, South Dakota, to spend their vacation at the home of the ladies' father, Giles Pettigrew. Dr. and Mrs, Harry Jpnklnson and family are expected today from Iowa City for a short visit at the home of the doctor's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Jenkinson. From here they will go to Templar Park for a vacation. Dr. Jenkinson has been practicing at Iowa City ever since the time of his graduation in 1916, except for the time he was in the army. Dr. and Mrs. R. R. Kenedy came down from Miuneapolis to spend the Fourth of July visiting at the home of Mrs. Kennedy's sister, Mrs. Tom Serman. Mrs. Kenedy, whose maiden name was Mame Lantry, still has many friends in Algona, where she spent her girlhood days. Her brother, Col. Hartry, general manager of the Northern Pacific railway, now has his head- wip; nasct *o vmvws w* K»V»I<«'" quarters in Seattle, instead of St. Paul. I the Kossuth County State Bank. R. H. Sankey was down frpm Ban- Mrs. Warren Reese of Eldora, An Event of Great Value Importance GORDON and ROLLINS Better, Quality Silk Hosiery Over 15 New Summer Shades This great hosiery offering is a value giving achievement. Including beautiful sheer dull lustre Chiffons in Gordon V-linc, Rollins Run-Stop, Strutstep and French^ panel heels; also dull lustre sheer service with Tn """ panel heels, all are featured in this sale at will allow a whole new hosiery wardrobe, spent the Fourth at the home Verne's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L Owen. The Owens are located at Jefferson where Verne is salesman for Mobiloil and Vacuum Oil. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Greger came last Saturday from their home in Chicago and spent the week end with "Shag's" father. They left Tuesday for Chicago by way of Minneapolis and the Dells in Wisconsin. He is employed by E. R. Squibb & Son. Mrs. Frank Potter of Chicago is visiting relatives and friends In Algona. The Potters are well known here having lived here many ye-rs. From here they moved to Sioux City and it was there Mr. Potter died a few years ago. Mrs. Potter and her son, Merlin, are now making Chicago their home. Miss Alice Gillingham, who Is with the L. J. Dickinsons at Washington, D. C., has been enjoying a two weeks' vacation at the home .of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Gillingham. She and her sister, Annie, are now at the Dickinson home hi Algona preparing for the Dickinsons who are expected to arrive Thursday. Marriage licenses for the week were Issued to Bert R. Grider and Anna Wolfe, both of Rockwell City; James B. Slatternaw and Viola Sonerholm, both of Crystal Lake; John Nelson, Eagle Grove, and Erna Dop, Monroe, Iowa; George F. Wolf, Alexandria, South Dakota, and Evelyn Mahoaey, Fulton, South Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Hazeltlne of Washington, Iowa, and niece, Dorothy Lawson, who has been making her home with them the past few months, left Friday for Yellowstone Park on an auto trip. Thep stopped in Algona for a short visit at the home of Mrs. Ha- z^ltlne's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cosgrove, and met Hazel Potter, Reinforced at All points of wear. Regular Price $1,65 -„ Sale''Price One v Pair'\ Regular Price $2 Sale Price One Pair Trim Pitting Exquisitely Clear Two Pairs $3.35 Mr. and Mrs. James Burns spent Sunday in Estherville visiting his parents. The Algona Military Band has been engaged to play at the Forest City Diamond Jubilee August 19. Charles Post Is now working in the Algona Steam Laundry. He was formerly employed in the C. S. Johnson hardware store. Mr. and Mrs. Wayman Closson of Mason City spent the Fourth of July at the A. J. Hertlg Rome. Mrs. Closson was. formerly Ida Hertlg. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dearchs and family left 'Saturday for their home in Denver, Colorado. They had been here ten days visiting with friends and relatives, Mrs. G. A. Brunson and son, John, of Des Monies, came Tuesday for a short visit with fiends tat Algona. John has been attending the state' university and Allen, another son, has been practicing law in Mason City since June. Grace Kouba, one of the stenographers in the Sullivan, McMahon & Linnan law offices, went to Iowa City last Thursday and visited with her friend, Emily Rosewall until Sunday. Miss Rosewall Is employed in a law office In Iowa City. Earl Hutchison arrived home July the , who Is to accompany them on trip.' Hazel is taking her vacation from CQoiinsr oomfojti at the call Th KoQler Aire Pow?r plant %n,d orator make it possible. *Vi **• ^fr***HfcV,7 »F |*M MV If #* **• y*t* ****$* croft Monday calling on some of his friends, and incidentally boosting for his home town of Bancroft, Mr. Sankey Is one of the well known men of the county having farmed for years in the Irvingtonk Algona, Plum Creek and , Bwl viefoitteS, He recency retired from active farm work and bought home in Bancroft. He Is a strong booster fpr ggnjjroft'e business places ajjd the town in general, Mr. **** V »» •**• *<•* ~»-W«-•— — — T --• and Mrs. Arthur Sorenson of Buffalo Center, Mr. and Mrs. RusselljSorenson and son of Armstrong and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sorenson of Hutchison, Kansas, spent the Fourth with their father, L&rs Sorenson, in Algona. Mrs. Reese was before tier marriage Miss Evejyn Soren&on. This was Harold's ftret visit to Algona since his marriage a few months ago. He is managing a Swift plant at Hutchison. 4 from Kansas City for a two weeks visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R, J. Hutchison. Earl is working for the General Electric Company in that city. He has been with them for the past Bine months. Robert Wright left Tuesday for Davenport where he is employed as a registered pharmacist in a drug store. Bob had been here for a ten day vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Wrigtt. He also accompanied Gordon Dewel on a trip Into northern Minnesota and Canada. Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Dillon left for their home In Valparaiso, Indiana, last Sunday. They had been here attending the funeral of Dr. W. E. Kain Jack Kain went back with them for a few weeks' stay. Mrs. W. E. Kain and son, Billy, took her sister, Mis. R M. Fritz, to Iowa City Tuesday from where Mrs. Fritz went on to her home In Harvard, Illinois. The Kains expected to be back In Algona Friday. Hiram White spent the;week end at Arnold's Park with friends. Hiram was graduated from the State University of Oklahoma in June and passed the Oklahoma bar examination. He and Mrs. White, who was formerly Miss Helen Jasperson, are spending the summer in Algona visiting Hiram's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. White. They,expect to return to Oklahoma in the fall to locate. Hiram Is assisting at his father's store during the summer. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. McDade and two children, Betty and John, of Des Moines spent a day In Algona arriving Saturday afternoon and leaving Sunday morning for Clear Lake. While here they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dana Paxson. They plan to be at Clear Lake for a two weeks' vacation. Mr. and Mrs. McDade lived here until a few years ago qnd while here Mr. McDade was associated with the Henry Adams loan company. Their many friends here were glad to see them, Mr. and Mrs. Alan Bishop are visiting at the home of Alan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bishop. Thuy returned recently from their wedding trip to points In Michigan. Th^y expect to go to Ames the last of the week where Mrs. Bishop will accompany the Choral Union In their concert to be broadcast over WOI at Ames Sunday afternoon. The Choral Union Is composed of representative singers from the choirs in Story county and their concert is an annual event, Mrs. E. T. Stevenson and two children, Arthur and Charles of Greene, Iowa, came Thursday for a visit with Algona friends. They are making their headquarters at the C. R, LaBarre home. Mr. Stevenson was a former Algona barber. The Stevensons are now conducting a hotel _£t Greene. Their daughter, Mrs. Roy McGraw and her two children are with them while Mr. McGraw Is In a sanitarium, He had the flu some time ago, and it settled In his lungs, but he is recovering nicely now, and expects to be out of the sanitarium in a short time. Double Parking on Main Street Must Stop. Double parking on State street must stop according*tp. Mayor Albert Ogren. It has become so common that cars cannot get into the curb. The officers have been instructed to ticket those in town who violate this ruling. Farmers will be permitted to double park long enough to take their produce Into the stores, however. St. Thomas Guild ICE CREAM SOCIAL at E, Gilbert farm northeast of Algona Tuesday, July 15 Afternoon and Evening , Ice Cream, Raspberries Cake and Coffee. GOOD USED CARS New 1930 Pontiac eoacli 1928 Pontiae coach 1930 Chevrolet coach 1927 Chevrolet sedan 1927 Chevrolet coach 1926 Chevrolet coach 1926 Chevrolet roadster 1929 Ford "A''sedan 1928 Ford "A" coupe Other cheap cars. ALGONA AUTO MARKET %S3&t !r:5': ; i"b:.."' ,

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