1 - • ,. SEPT. 10, 19413 1 .ALGONA UPPER DBS MQ1NES, ALGONA IOWA. J .Seneca: Alfred Petefsfen's lit-' 18 Slighter, bdrothy, is recut>- iratlng from' dog bites on her lead'. Several days ago. Dorothy vas walking, through the fiurk- icss yard with her dog following icr. The Burkness dog.who was lot on the best of terms with the 'cterson ' dog, spying his ehe- jfiy, rushed toward him and a Ight ensued. Dorothy, wh6 was ft the midst, of it, was knocked !6wn and received two toltes on he top of her head. Fortunately t was not serious and she is re* overing nicely. s Dog Gets Into Fight; Seneca Girl Bitten In The Battle Lltend Auxiliary Meeting •Several Seneca women, who Iliary, drove to the home of Mrs. Glenn BUrt, near Burt's Lake, Ideated several miles north of $ene'ca, 'Wednesday afternoon, vWijere their • regular business ttieeilftg jutias held. Senecans present included Mtesaames'. f red Drarisfeldt, Otto . ftoy Osbdm, Roy Jert- ft. rv. ueiiaeii».Kyjy • vseyuuiii sen, and Tens .Jensen. Moddtn MlX«r» Party ' Mrs. Cecil Anderson was hostess to the Modern Mixei- club at her home Wednesday afternoon, ' Memories •of school days were revived. Mrs, Cecil Baldwin had,they visited. a freshments were enjoyed. Return From Camping Mr. and Mrs. Chris Dahl returned home Sunday evening from northern Minnesota, where they camped fof about a week at Bowstring Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Jones took their daughter Harriet to Mason City a week ago and made arrangements for her to enroll in business college. ' Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Campbell drove to Cedar Falls Wednesday to make the acquaintance of a hew granddaughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Dwane Campbell Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brown of Leslie, Ark., visited from Sunday until Tuesday at the home of his brother the Fred Browns. On Monday the two Brown families drove to Mason City, where re members bf the Legi6h Auk- tr charge of the entertainment, af- . Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Nelson . a Social hour arid re- cared for their grandchildren ROLLER SKATES It's a low price-—today—for roller skates that are made its sturdy and rugged as these. Come in and select a pair while we have them. PAIR flPiW - " IPP^^fl^' *^^^^^^^ • ^^^^^^^^ • ^^^B^^ On The North .Side of Street Street Have You Visited Spilles' Gift Section Lately? ',> Many rhipqienta have been received lately^ U would be impossible to list everything that i» new here, but below are some of th«$e unusual items: :Decoratcd 4-pc. Cannister Sets:.'.;.:..... .,,...$1.60 ^'cbrated r Bre«Ml ««ixes....:L..l..l!:..''.."......l..$l.?5 Decorated l/ong Handle Dust Pans $1.15 Decoratedl Step-on Cans $125 Decorated LU* Hex (holds Lux).:..... .'95c Red and White Metal Stools ...$2.98 Rio Grande Hand'Painted Wood Salad Bowls' Decorated Flower Pot Watering Cans 98c Hanging Glass Flower Pots .75c Sitting Indian Book Ends, pair .\ $4.95 5-pc. Decorated Coffee Maker S|et $11,95, Novel Figurines—Squirrels, Bears, Baby Pan> das, etc. * COME IN AND BROWSE THROUGH THIS SECTION MORE HAVE ARRIVED— Stromberg-Carlson it-Tube Radios THE "IMPERIAL'^KING OF RADIOS Bow Front Cabinet Selected ^Walnut Veneers ' All Standard Broadcasts Newly Approved FM Broadcasts International Short Wave Unequalled Station Selectivity 8 Station Push Buttons Built-in Loop Antennas Oversize Illuminated Dial "Queen" Skeleton SPADES Merle and Barbara Halverson of Fenton while their parents, the Kenneth Halyorsons, spent several days fishing in northern Minnesota. 1 The Seneca Amvels met at the home of Mrs. Morris Burkness Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Alfred . Peterson as co-hostess. Members present included Mesdames Harriett Doocy, Hans Thompson, Alfred Godfredseri, Ralph Campbell, Jarries Nyman, Jack Behrends, Dettman Nielsen, Martin Wilberg, Charles Voigt, Eula Williamson, Ray Osborn, Robert Burt and Oluf Oftedahl. ' CHARIVARI FOR A COUPLE IN UNION "Union: Neighbors and friends of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Rcibhoff gathered at their home on Sunday evening for a social visit and to get acquainted gesture, and the following evening a group staged a 'charivari. Driving a New Car Henry Dearchs Jr. is driving a new Chervolel purchased this last week. Home On a Visit Lt. Tasker Johnson, wife and baby, .arrived from the cast last week and spent a day visiting Tasker's parents, Mr. -and- Mrs. Lester Johnson. He left again, Smith Family Reunion FAYEOLTHOFFOF LAKOTAABRIDE 'Lakota: Mesdames C. A. Gutknecht, Will Schrocder, W. E. Gutknccht, Henry Swalve, Andrew Jansen and Herman Jutting entertained a number of friends at a pre-nuptial miscellaneous shower honoring Faye Olthoff at the Presbyterian church parlors last week Tues^day evening. Various' games were played and the following musical numbers given: Vocal duet, Doris Asmusson and Bernadine Gerzema; piano solo, Harriet Swalve; vocal duet, Jennie and Hilda Swalve. The bride received many gifts and lunch was served at a late hour. Miss Olthoff was married to Loren Saahs at the Presbyterian church Sunday. Hans Reunion Held A reunion of many of the Hans family was held Sunday at the home of Mrs. Peter v Hans, who is now 86 years old. Those present were the Sidney Spears, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Riddle,(Elmer Lalimer and Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Wittern, Algona; the William Hans, Rudd.! the Hugo Hans and Shi lory Anderson, Rockford, 111.; the Melmin Schroeders, Sycamore; the Ahrend Hans, Mr. and Mrs. George Schroeder, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hans and Mrs. Mary Zoller, all of Lakota. for Manhattan, Kans., for more schooling. His plans have been changed considerably in the past month. He had been scheduled for overseas duty. Mrs. Johnson will spend most of her time here at the parental Johnson home. Robert Ryno Visits ;;.~?;;r»-. Robert Ryno stopped over the weekend with his cousin Robert Bode. He had been visiting an army pal in South Dakota. He was in the South Pacific area. Cleo Shipler and Carroll Lashbrook spent the Labor day weekend in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bode spent a few week days with their daughter Mrs. A. ,. W. Lindsley and family at Fort Dodge. On Labor day they attended the wedding of a friend, Marge Kepler. She was employed in the office at the prisoner-of-war camp here until it closed. BUYS CRESCO FARM > Andrew Reding has purchased the L. E. Stephens farm in Cresco township and plans to move there before spring. ^Hian son Claire will farm the home '. -place in Garfield township, 'itylrli'and Mrs. Stephens recently- had a; sale of household 'belongings and plan to travel for a while. Mr; Stephens .is,,a retired; ru A Smith family reunion was held Sunday, September 1, at , Worth ingto'n, Minn. Those in attendance from here were Mrs. Emma Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Koppen, Mr 1 .'-and Mrs. Orville Koppen and Phyllis, and Mr. and Mrs. Emory 1 :Smith, Richard and Allan of Lakota. The W.' S. (?, S. met with Mrs. Delia Smith last week Wednesday afternoon for a picnic. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Krall of Mason City were last'week Sunday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Krall. The Einer Ravns attended the wedding of a relative, Gerald Pestorious and Siena Skow at Alden, Minn., last week Sunday. Mrs. W. C. Hanson and daughter Ann Robinson of Forest City were last week Sunday visitors at- the H. H. Murray and Dean Ellsworth homes. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Ley attended the funeral of Presley Sarchett at ,Burt last week Tuesday afternoon. Mr. Sarchett was a v brother;-bf:Mrs. Ley's mother, Mrs. Opal-Wheeler. Gas oil Stomach Relieved in 5 minutes or • double your money back \Vlicn 1'iqt'is stuiuiicli add cames painful, HufTacat- ilnaiBa!*. soiir sU^macli *ntl .heartburn, doctors usunily [pr(*cHhe itlie. ;fflntc$t-artfng ^edlclnciti'^iou-ii -for. syrapUjHiatlc relief— rpcilfclni-'slike'tmwu In'Ki'll-ana TiiuiolH. No InialfTe. Bell-am brmt'i comfort in a jiffy or doubh! your money back on return of uotllu WANT ADS BRINGS RESULTS '"""• ^c ai.aii dru«siit.. JAMES R. POWELI- -BEN SIMPSON- HOWARD S. JONES• FRANK R. JOHNSON- JOHN O. PARKS- NAME PRINTED in 22-K Solid Gold ON OUR NEW BILLFOLDS AT NO EXTRA CHARGE! S2.00 S15J5 And a beautiful choice of billfolds to make your choice 1 from, too! Genuirfe domestic and imported Morocco leathers—alligator-—Jizard-'-Russian calf —pigskin and others. You can pick.put a handsome billfold for yourself or for a gift later—and have your name or any name embpssed on it in 22 K ?old lettering, s You can even select the type 'of lettering you want from a number ol styles, Come in now, *" KEY- to match the billfolds, may also; be imprinted, • GlfTS - WATCHES WATCH REPAIR J?AGE ; MINX MODES JUNIOR DRESSES 4..as advertised in leading fashion magazines and okayed by the famous Minx Modes Junior Board of Review... are here! Come see... come choose ' ' for yourself! 50 Minx Modes Juniors Exclusively Here UHTERS.,?. ATTENTION! We have just received a fine shipment of the Nationally-known "RED HEAD" Brand of Hunting Clothing. We were informed there would be no more after this allotment, so the early shopper will be the wise shopper for these values. Genuine "Red Head"' HUNTING COATS $1850 All sizes. A beautiful hunting coat that will last a lifetime. "Red Head" Brand HUNTING TROUSERS "Red Head" HUNTING CAPS Two kinds og Red Head caps priced at $1.25 and $1.40. Regular Type $10,40 , Zouave Type $10.80 Get a pair of these and you'll wear no other. It's the national Red Head brand—come in and see them early. \' DECOYS n • $15 DO?, A real good mallard decoy. We Also have such items as recoil pads, gun cleaning rods,, Bern, gun oil, Ilogpe's No, 9 and Parkas for your ohl limiting coat. The shell situation should be better this fall. THE ALGONA HARDWARE HUNWB'SHBAJX|VABTE8S •t$kbf£&$i£:!&VL.
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