The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 22, 1931 · Page 7
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-.-"- •-' "-.-'~ .Tr — ig r gs ^ B B""8Hjg5BPpM|MB^BBi fne ujipeif §es Melnes-RefI George Elbert of neighborhood was •on Saturday. Whittemore an Algona visitor Attorney Edward Kelly of Emmets- fiurg was- a business visitor in Algona last Saturday. Attorney H. W. Miller spent Saturday at Spencer where he was looking after legal matter. County Attorney G. D: Shumway •was confined to his home last Monday -oh account of Illness. Miss Elsie Bleckwenn of the Elk Cleaners spent the week end in Swea •City visiting heir parents. Donald Dewel, Lawrence Misbach *ttd Phllomena Qutan spent the week -•end at Iowa City visiting friends. Mrs. Fred Steussy and Mr. and Mrs 'Wm. Vaudt, of LuVerne, visited the Hev. P. Braner home last Wednesday A baby boy was born to Mr. and "Mrs. John Belser on April 15. They Imve one other child, a boy three years eld. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Sullivan, Mrs. "O .H. Beardsley and K. S. Blossom Were visitors at Cherokee l?.st Friday, j' Mr. and Mrs. H. P. .Bradt of Sher- 'liurn, Minnesota, spent Sunday visiting at the home of Mr.'and Mrs. M. J. Pool. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Richardson and family spent Sunday at Bancroft where they were guests of Roy's uncle, Dr. R. •'•G. Howe. Clyde Gross is a new employee at the Modern Dry Cleaners. Mrs. C. E. Hain helped out with the repair work there last week. Dr. W. T. Peters and Cashier Ruby of the new Burt Savings Bank, were looking after business matters in Al• gona last Wednesday. Rev. and Mrs. P. Braner attended the funeral of their brother-in-law, Wm. Hartwig of Hubbard, Iowa. The funeral was held Monday. John Vinson was over from Spencer on business Friday. John is as jovial as ever and his many friends are always glad to see him. Dr. Lawrence Mosbach of Humboldt and Florence Nelson of Algona drove to Ames and attended the spring party of the Phi Kappa fraternity. • Rev. W. H. Becker, superintendent of the Lutheran Home Finding Society of Fort Dodge, was a guest of the Rev. P. Braner home last Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. Noble Mitchell, who live north of Algona lost their new born baby girl on Thursday of last •week. The child lived but a few hours. E. W. Van Dorstan writes from Sarasota, Florida, where he has been spending the winter, to have his address changed to Armstrong, his old home town. Mrs. Chas. Genrich, Sr., is on the sick list suffering with intestinal flu. While she was visiting at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Fred Hauck at Livermore she was taken ill. Editor Cairy of Whittemore was over on business Saturday. Seth wore his overalls, not as a bluff, but because he was actually bossing some work at his mother's place on Nebraska street. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Fairbanks are in attendance on the fifty-second annual meeting the Fort Dodge Presbyterian society of Missions, which was sche- where she will undergo treatments for rheumatism. D. j. Habegar was called to Madison, South Dakota, Tuesday by a telegram announcing the accidental death of a cousin. Miss Ross Habegar. Particulars regavding the accident have not been learned. Mrs. Lawrence Oisch came home on Saturday from Winfred, South Dakota, where she had been called Wednesday of last week by the illness of her father, Urbin Lentsch, who at one time lived at Livermore. Julius Peterson, the man who delivers the groceries in Algona, has added a fine new Ford delivery truck to his equipment. It Is painted red, but no one should take it for the flre wagon, as it may literally be full of prunes. Attorney Tyrrell Ingersoll of Cedar Rapids spent the week end In Algona with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Ingersoll. Tyrrell Is associated with the law firm of Elliott, Wheeler, Shuttleworth & Ingersoll in Cedar Rapids. Kathleen Holtzbauer was unable to be about her duties as cashier at the Chrlstensen Bros, store on Monday because of illness. Mrs. Nellie Van Allen was also confined to her home because of illness. Mrs. C. J. Scanlan substituted for her. Dr. C. D. Schaap was released from the Kossuth hospital last week and spent a few days at his parents' home In Sheldon recuperating. He underwent an operation for hernia a couple of weeks ago. He was to resume his dental practice today or tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Olln of Royal are ;he parents of a baby girl born April 3. Mrs. Olin was before her marriage Miss Jennie Norman, a former Algona girl. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Norman and family drove to Royal Sunday to see the new baby and to visit Alben Norman, who also lives at Royal. ZZ ,at Carroll, Iowa. i- " , ""' Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Freeman took the former's eighty-three year old sister, Mrs. Mary Arnold, to the Iowa Sanitarium at Nevada, Iowa, Monday, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Sanders and son, Jimmy of Charles City spent from Wednesday to Saturday of last week In Algona visiting Mr. Sanders' mother, Jrs. Lura Sanders. Mr. Sanders is engaged in the manufacture of ice cream in Charles City having recently moved there from Osage, where his partner operates another factory. T. J. Vincent and Earl Vincent drove to Des Moines Saturday and stayed until Tuesday, T. J. underwent a thorough physical examination). He has been under the weather for some time and had several sinus operations a few weeks ago in the hope of getting his health back. He has to return to Des Moines for another examination in two or three weeks. Attorneys J. W. Sullivan and L. E. Linnan were to leave today for Iowa City, where they intended to attend the funeral of the late Judge Martin J. Wade on Thursday. Judge Wade, who died in Los Angeles last week, was a warm friend of both men. Mr. Sullivan studied law in his office at one time. Judge Wade had many friends in Algona who were sorry to hear of his death. Wade Sullivan -is a namesake of Judge Wade. The following Algonlans tried then- hands at fishing Sunday and some of them got very damp whether they caught any fish or not. At Tuttle Lake were Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Brundage, Mr. and Mrs. John Dutton, Dr. and Mrs. Harry McCorkle, Mr. and Mrs. Ray McCorkle, Hazel Potter, Paul Hammlll, Juanita Martin, Ted Powers, Mr, and Mrs. .William : .:Dau; ; Mr. and. Mrs.' He'riry '•Becker; 'Mr; >' ahdfMrs; •WmV Aman, Mrs. Ethel Morrison, A. E. Anderson and Maurice and Fred Bartholomew. D. L. Bryan of the Elk Cleaners tried his hand at Lost Island. Working Together for the Prosperity of Algona This is a home bank. We are working for the good of our comtaunity, for the prosperity and development of this section, and for^h'e individual welfare of our friends and neighbors. We like to see money that is earned here spent here and circulated here to benefit local interests. Our strong financial conditon and steady growth are due to local business and the good words spoken for us by our customers. We in turn want to render you a safe, up-to-date, courteous banking servic'e. We invite your business. ' Iowa State Bank ALGONA, IOWA Permanent Wave Special For a Short Time Only Genuine Eugene Permanent Wave Complete line of Contoure Cosmetics. Morrison Beauty Shop Julius Kunz, the Wesley land man, was in Algona on business today. Fred Cash of Webster City was a Business visitor In Algona on Thursday of last week. L. Oast of Seneca was in town today on business and we acknowledge a pleasant visit. Ben Pannkuk and son, Tony, two of Titonka's leading business men were Algona visitors today. Fred Ward, the rural letter carrier, is somewhat ill and Leo Llchter Is substituting for him. The Mesdames M. A. and F. E. Bartholomew drove to Fort Dodge Wednesday to Visit friends. Mary Lou, baby daughter of Willlam Steil, spent a week visiting at the Lewis Redding home In Algona. Harry E. Simmons of the Klamp Auto Company drove to Des Molnes Monday after a new Chrysler six sedan. Al Bloom Is exnected home today from Minneapolis, where he went Monday to attend the Twin City market. Mrs. Wlllard Gregson and mother, Mrs. R. G. Fry and Mrs. H. W. Peterson vyre at Emmetsburg on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Reed of Audubon spent Sunday In Algona visiting at the home of their daughter, Mrs. H. J. Lacy. Friends of Mrs. O. Madson will be j pleased to hear that her condition Is improving, 'and she is getting along nicely. Mrs. L. E. Potter came home last week from Fort Dodge, where she had been visiting her son, D. E. Potter and family. Mrs. Al Chrlstensen and children re turned Saturday from Spencer where she has been visiting relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Boeder drove to Sioux Rapids Sunday to visit the Chae Fischer family who formerly lived In Algona. Paul Frazier left Sunday night for Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, where he wil visit his parents a week. He Is driving through. Mrs. E. J. Rawson spent Monday night at the home of her son, Merril Rawson in Eagle Grove and gave a talk on the Holy Land before the Rotary club of that city. Mrs. Mary Runchey and Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Runchey enjoyed a visit on Sunday and Monday from the former's brother, Chas. L. Holdren and wife from Compton, Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Anderson of Allerton and Mrs. Toothman of Burt drove to Sioux Falls Tuesday to visit another brother, Walter Anderson. Loretta Howie of the Algona Insurance Agency spent Sunday in Des Moines with lola Lehman, former Algona girl who Is secretary for the Junior Chamber of Commerce. Mrs. K. Bradley reached home Sunday after spending the winter with her daughter, Mrs. Clyde Chltty of Correctionville, who brought her to Algona, returning home that afternoon. Mrs. E. S. Skilllng, Mrs. F. H. Skilling and Mrs. Fred Dole and daughter, Helen of Irvington visited the John Ludwig home in Garner Friday. Helen remained to work at the hotel. Mrs. Lillian Mathison came home on Saturday from Iowa City, where she undergone an operation. She is still weak but is recovering nicely and hopes to be about again before long after being bedfast since December 8. ; '-' NickiBormann; the well known Sherman township farmer, was up today on business. Mr. and Mrs. Bormann expect to go to Kansas City Friday where they will visit their daughter, Stella, who Is taking a course in nursing. Julius Valk of Minneapolis was in Algona on business Tuesday. He is a grandson of the well known "Apple Man," who has carloads of fruit on sale here now and then. "Bud" Holtzbauer, Algona boy, is in the employ of the Valks. Miss Katherine Holland, who teaches in the Spencer schools, was a week end visitor at the home of her sister, Mrs. G. W. Stillman. Her friend, Miss Mary Sowerwlne, who also teaches In the Spencer schools, was a guest at the George Elbert home. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Oliver spent the week end at Mason City where they LEDYARD FACULTY STUDENTS IN PLAY The Zander-Gump Wedding Was Put on Last Monday Evening. RECEIPTS TO PAY FOE THE BAND UNIFORMS. Good Crowd Attended the Performance and Enjoyed Some Good Acting-. Girls' Glee Club San;. Phone 279 Algona, Iowa. were guests of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs H. E. Gmelin. They were accompanied to Mason by Mr. and Mrs. companied to Mason City by Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Hertig who* visited then- daughter, Mrs Wayman Claussen Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Twogood are- expected in Algona Thursday from Los Angeles, where Mr. Twogood has been a member of the athletic staff of the University of Southern . California. They will visit with Mrs. Twogood's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Haggard. Mr. and Mrs, Leo Spilles drove to Des Moines last Wednesday and stayed until Thursday while Mr. Spilles, who ' travels for the Luthe Hardware Company attended to some business. They were accompanied by Mrs. Joe Holtzbauer who visited her sister,' Mrs. C. B. M, Smith and family. ;Five marriage licenses were issued at the county clerk's office this week. They were to Lawrence Walders of Armstrong and Priscilla Regner of Swea City; Clarence Loor of Humboldt and Mildred Thielhorn of Lytton; Carl Anderson and Ada Blow of Dolliver; William H. Boettcher and Lornetta Hainzinger, both of Fenton; Leroy Crossley of Pipestone, Minnesota, and Keo Kesler of Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Anderson of Allerton came Wednesday of last week for a visit of several days at the home of Mrs. Anderson's sister, Mrs. O. Anderson. Mr. Anderson recently sold his creamery business at Allerton and is taking a little vacation. Monday and Tuesday the Andersons, Mrs. O. Anderson and the latter's sister, Mrs. E M. Toothman of Burt visited at Sioux Falls with their brother, W. H. Anderson. Lakota Boy Lost Eye in Accident Lakota, April 21. Special: A sad accident occurred last Friday evening about eight o'clock when Edward Kienitz an<J little son, Dean, who is about four years old, were on their way home from town, when a pheasant flew up and struck the windshield, shattering the glass. One piece of glass flew in the little fellow's eye, cutting it so badly that he was taken to the Park hospital at Mason City, where the eye had to be removed. Ledyard, April 21. Special: On last Monday night faculty and students of Ledyard high school put on the broadcasting of the Zander Gump Wedding. The purpose of the affair was to raise money to help pay for the band uniforms and a fairly good sized crowd was In attendance. The audience especially enjoyed the arrival of Miss Emmy Schmaltz, Maggie and Jiggs, Major Hoople and the bride and groom. The girls' glee club under the direction of Mrs. Helen Stephenson sang two selections at the opening. Little Paul Garry played two numbers on his harmonica and Henry Rleffer very ably played several numbers on the ac- cordian. The cast follows: Wedding Guests. Broadcaster, H. A. Granner. Rinky Dinky Club—Maynard Warner, Duane Thompson, Howard Long, Miss Emmy Schmaltz, an old maid, Miss Wylam. Moon Mullins, an old bachelor, Wilson Brack. Kayo, Howard Nitz. Jlggs, a hen-pecked husWand, Mr. Barrett. Maggie, Jigg's wife, Mrs. Barrett. Walt, a good old sport, Jerr Barnes. Skesiks, Walt's adopted son, Lawrence Flynn. Rachael, Walt's servant, Elmer Zlel- ske. Goliath Gump, Andy and Min's baby, Arvld Brandt. Mutt, Willis Dyer. Jeff, Mutt's pal, Everett Klinsieck. Tom Can-, Elvin Dipping. Mandy, flapperish negro woman, Bertha Nitz. Plato, Mandy's man, Elmer Junker- meler. Freckles, Kenneth Thompson. Barney Google, Elgar La Cour. Sunshine, negro Jockey', Cecil Long. Major Hoople, justice of the peace, Mr. Lauritzen. Rejected suitor, ghost of old lover, Miss Quam. Pop Eye, Gerald Warner. Wedding Party. Groomsmen— Mac, Tilmer Halverson. Hairbreadth Harry, James Logan. Bridesmaids— Tillie, the Toiler, Winifred Friday. Belinda, Alice Moulton. Flower girl, Orphan Annie, LaVon Farrow. Ring bearer, Chester Gump, Carro Berhow. Train bearers, Katzenjammer Kids Elwood Green and Alex Rieffer. .Bride, Henrietta Zander, Miss Williams. Groom, Uncle Bim, Mr. Granner. Best Man, Andy Gump Hubert Os erman. Matron of honor, Min Gump, Erraa Barslou. ,. , Fights Held at Titonka Monday. A goad crowd enjoyed some hard fighting and pory bouts at the athletic show at Pannkuk's pavilion Rt Tltonkn on Monday night. A few fans from Algonn drove up to see them. The main go was a six round bout between Johnny Hnlnes. 152, of Clear Lake and Kid White, 153, of Buffalo Ccnte Hflines won the match by a decision. Johnny Cosgrove, 142, of Tltonk won a technical knockout over Tl Poster, 140, of Buffalo Center, In th second round of a four round bou Roy Rlngsdorf, 143, Burt, won a shad over Johnny Reardon, 134, of Maso City. His superior weight told on h lighter opponent. George Andersoi 155, of Titonkn, lost on a technlca knockout to Battling Bacon, 157, Titonka In the third round. Kid Cof fin, 126, of Burt, knocked out Sid Wooc 123, of Titonka In the second round Meany and Getta substituted for Kl Helm and Swede Larson and this bou was declared a draw. Billy Kennedj IB, of Titonka won a technical knock out over Tuffy Lorenz, 120, of Wesley In the third round. Paul Hammlll of Algona did a fin job of refereelng. Joe Bloom, Algona premier announcer, was again on han to keep the crowd in good humor will his wit and wisecracks. &ffV&a®^^ The Oldest Jewelry Store WEHLER of Algona Hovey Bringing Back Prisoner from Calif Sheriff and Mrs. L. E. Hovey ar expected back from Los Angeles, Call fornia, today or tomorrow where th sheriff had gone for a prisoner, Dale C Palmer of Armstrong. Palmer, wh is about nineteen or twenty years a age, lived with his mother in Arm strong, stole about $240 from the horn of Delbert Schulte's parents near Arm strong. Schulte got ten years at Ana mosa last week for being an accessor before and after the fact in the rob bery. He told Palmer about the mono being in the house and also took a cu of it .after Palmer had entered th house and stolen it. Palmer thereupon left for Los An gelos, where he has a brother living Sheriff Hovey was notified of the rob bery and after some searching obtain cd clues and notified the chief a police in Los Angeles who arrcstcc Palmer and held him lot Hovey. Palm er left for California about the fourtl of April. He will probably get abou the same sentence that Schulte did- an indeterminate sentence of from on to ten years at the men's rcformator; at Annmosa. LuVerne Resident Died Last Week LuVerne, April 21. Special: John Klawitter was buried in the LuVerne cemetery Tuesday afternoon. The funeral services were held at the home and the Lutheran church in charge of ihe pastor, Rev. L. Wittenberg. Mr Klawitter passed away Sunday a week ago at the home of his daughter, Mrs Fred Tiede Lau. He was eighty-two years of age at the time of his death. Mr. Klawitter was born in Germany, coming to the United States with his family when a young man and set- led at Bloomington, Illinois, where he resided until five years ago when he and his wife came to LuVerne to make ;heir home with their daughter. He eaves to mourn his passing four sons, William of LuVerne; John, Edward and Charles of Bloomington, Illinois, and •hree daughters, Mrs. Minnie Tlede, of LuVerne; Mrs. Louise Stevenson, of Bloomington, Illinois; besides other relatives and friends. many Base Ball Team to Practice Sunday. Lefty Cayou c^f Livermcfre and O'Brien of Clear Lake were in Algona Sunday conferring with the high moguls of the base ball team and agreed to be the battery for the coming season. Lefty pitched for Algona last year and did a fine Job. O'Brien is a new man but is said to be a fast man behind the plate. The team will get together next Sunday and play a practice game with Coach Aubrey Bonham's Junior league team. The season officially opens in Algona on Sunday, May 3. The locals have not secured an opponent as yet, but the fans may rest assured that they will see a good team in action. New Warehouse to be Built at Wesley. Wesley, April 21. Special: The charred debris remaining from the flre suffered by the Farmers Co-Operative Society when they lost their east elevator building in a flre two weeks ago, has been nearly all removed and is being put in shape for a new ware house which will be under construction within a short time. The building will be a one story structure with a loading platform on both the south and east sides. The exact amount of the loss by flre In figures amounted to $10,707.00. Baptists to Observe 70th Anniversary The First Baptist church of Algona will celebrate the seventieth anniversary of its organization on Sunday am Monday, May 3 and 4. Committee were appointed to arrange the program The Rev. Frank H. Webster, who ha: been the pastor for more than twelvi years, will preach the anniversary ser mon. The Rev. Frank Anderson, cxe cutive secretary of Iowa of the Baptist church, and the Rev. John Firth o. Pella, returned missionary and brother-in-law of the Rev. Mr. Webster who was a pioneer preacher in north Iowa, will be on the program. Weather Becomes Cold and Wintry. Winter descended upon the county Tuesday with a nice little snow storm The farmers here received then- much sought after rain over Sunda' and they are now happy. That is, the, would be If the price of corn woulc go up. Wednesday 72 Thursday 78 Friday 81 Saturday, rain .09 78 Sunday, rain .67 43 Monday, rain .20 52 Tuesday 44 High Low 65 44 46 51 44 41 26 Reliable Radio Shop to Move. Ed. Holecek, proprietor of the Reliable Radio Shop, located on North Thorington street, will move May first and occupy space at the Nelson Music store on East State street. Mr. Holecek is an experienced radio man and has associated with him, James Burda, a radio expert, who can doctor up your radio when it is out of order. Mr. Holecek has been in business in Algoua for about three years and has built up a fine business in Radiola and Victor radios along with his repair work. (rvington Society Have Fine Program. Irvington, April 20. Special: The missionary society met Saturday afternoon at the Presbyterian church an- lex. Mrs. Earl Miller had charge of the meeting, the topics being "Airica" and "The Negro in America." A duet was sung by Mrs V. J. Schichtl and Mrs. A. McLean. Mrs. K. P. Roney played a piano solo. German Lutheran Church. Wooster and Elm Street. German service will be conducted on the coming Sunday forenoon at ten- thirty o'clock. Beginning the first of May the forenoon services will start again at ten o'clock. Preparations are being made to open a Sunday School in the near future. Strangers and visitors are always heartily welcome.—P, Braner, pastor. Permanent Wave Demonstration Held. The permanent wave demonstration iven Wednesday evening of last week by Mrs. Edythe L. Dailey and her as- iLstants at the Marigold Beauty Shop I i r as attended by a large chowd. Three different kinds of permanent waves were given to three different models. Mrs. G. W. Stillman was the model or the Eugene wave; Mrs. Harold Kuchenreuther, for the Frederic com- Dination wave; and Norma Greiner for he Realistic croquignole wave. Mrs. Dailey was assisted in giving the waves y Beulah Hartshorn, Hilda Campbell, Jlarice Applegate and Adelaide Eisenbarth. While the models were being prepared for their waves, Mrs. Dailey discussed the different methods of per. manent waving. Miss Mary Streit was awarded the free permanent wave, which Mrs. Dailey offered. Mrs. Loren Minkler assisted Mrs. Dailey in receiving the guests. (While the permanent wave models were receiving their finger waves, Miss Myrtle Bray of St. Louis gave a talk on cosmetics and facials. Miss Bray is with the Theo. Bender Cosmetic Company, and was in Mrs. Dalley's shop Wednesday and Thursday giving free facials to the clientele and demonstrating the Theo. Bender line which Mrs. Dailey has added to her cosmetics, Her model for the demonstration Wednesday evening was Mrs. J. S. Auner. announces a Stock Reduction Sale Diamonds* Watches, Jewelry Silverware An opportunity io buy fine quality merchandise at greatly reduced prices. All Elgin watches at 20 per cent discount. All Ollcndorf Watches at 20 per cent off. Other makes at 20 per cent discount. Diamond Wedding Rings set with live stones 12.50 Very special diamond rings, 18K 10 CA white gold ... 1£ " UU Men's Cameo rings, double head, 1C CA our piece sale price , Men's Pocket Watches, Elgin 12 1A 7C size, sale price , lv.l*l Fine color, brilliant diamonds, beautifully set, 18K white gold, Oft 00 regular price $25.00, sale price £v«vv Fine blue white diamond ring, 1SK setting, regular price $100.00, OC QQ sale price Otl.vv New low prices on Sterling Silver and plated flat ware. Regular knife 7 QC and fork sets, 12 dwts. at ,. « J0 *' U Our entire clock line at 15 per count. Chime and electric. cent dis- Fine Leather Goods—Hand Bags, Bill Folds and Card Cases, special discount. Fountain Pen and Pencil Sets and Pens at twenty per cent discount. Pewterware, our regular stock of heavy weight, finely finished ware. Do not confuse this with the ordinary pewter, sugar and creamer $4.25 set. A watch from this store has back of it the guarantee of Wehler's service. Fred W. Wehler & Co. § Jewelers and Optometrists. g &&&%38XI^^ 3ne Bus Daily From Fort Dodge. Messenger: The Interstate Transit ines, formerly the Fort Dodge, Des Vtolnes & Southern, rhade a change in ;s Fort Dodge to Algona bus service which became effective Monday. Only one bus will make the Algona rip through the new schedule instead f the two formerly offered passeng- rs. It will now leave Fort Dodge at our-thlrty p. m., and arrive at Algona t six-twenty p. m. It leaves Algona gain at seven a. m., arriving in Fort Dodge at 8:50 a. m. The busses formerly left Fort Dodge t seven a. m. and 3:00 p. m., arriving t Algona at 8:55 a. m. and 4:55 p. The bus service to Des Moines remains the same. Passengers may leave Fort Dodge at 7:00 a. m. and arrive at Des Moines via Boons at 10:45 a. m. or leave at 3:00 p. m. on the same rout- Ing and arrive at Des Moines at 6:45 p. m. Return busses leave Des Moines at 7:15 a. m. and 3:15 p. m. and arrive in Fort Dodge via Boone at 11:00 a. m. and 7:00 p. m. Des Moines busses routed through Webster City and Ames leave Fort Dodge at 8:50 a. m., 12:50 p. m. and 4:50 p. m., and reach Des Moines at 12:15 p. in., 4:15 p. m., and 8:15 p. m. Passengers to Fort Dodge through Ames and Webster City may leave Des Moines at 9:00 a. m,, 1:00 p. m., or 5:00 p. m. and arrive here at 12:25 p. m., 4:25 p. m., or 8:25 p. m. UWWJVWJ'JWWA^ Two weelp ago They were ready to sew Now they are ready to see MICIIAELS-STEIIN SPRING SUITS A fortnight ago, these suits were reclining in the laps of cross-legged tailors— Now, they greet stylish Algona with their new lines— new fabrics- new prices— You've paid good money lots of times to see less in beauty— You've tipped Bell boys for less action. You've stood waiting in line for less value and you've spent part of your life wishing for such clothing. Here it is— as new as your Next Thought Madson & Hanson "The Home of Better Clothes."

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