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«g Local Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Nov. 16,1933 Mrs. B. J, Rftwson Is visiting relatives ;fit Anamosa. Mr. and Mrs. chet Williams drove to MASon City Sunday and visited the lormer's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Klum of ottum- was spent Sunday visiting at the home of Mrs. Roy Chrlstensen. Roy Chrlstensen left Thursday for Cornell, Illinois, where he has been engaged to close out a store. Veronica and Anna Hatch of St. Paul Were visitors over the week end at the home of th*lr aunt, Mrs. Matt Holtzbauer. Miss Harriet Thurston, who Is teaching at Akron, Iowa, spent the week end in Algona at the M. P. Haggard home. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Sondegaard of Mason City were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd saunders Sunday. Saturday and Mrs. Robert Featherstone of Omaha returned to her home Thursday after visiting since Monday with Mrs. s E McMahon. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bailey of Spencer were guests of the letter's mother, Mrs. Nora Hopkins, Saturday evening and Sunday. Harlan Frankl, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Frankl, was confined to his bed the first part of the week with an attack of the flu. Mrs. Russell Weaver returned Saturday from San Augustine, Texas, where she has spent the past six weeks •with her parents. Mayor and Mrs. o. F. specht and Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Behrends motored to Forest City, Sunday, to visit the 8pechts' daughter. Mrs. j. o. paxson returned from Maeon City Thursday after visiting a few 'days with her daughter, Mrs. F. B. Schaffer and family. Joe Auner of Des Molnes, formerly of Algona, spent the week end at the •O. W. Stillman home, joe also came for pheasant hunting. Marcella Nelson spent from Wednesday until Sunday at Fort Dodge visiting her sister, Florence, who Is •employed In a doctor's office there. Mr. and Mrs. Joel Herbst, Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Herbst and two children and Mrs. C. T. Chubb spent Sunday in Hartley where they visited relatives. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Echberg and two sons, Richard and Phillip of Boone epent from Friday until Sunday evening visiting at the Raymond Norton home. Bob and Palmer Sellstrom spent the week end in St. Peter, Minnesota, visiting their sister, Dorothy, who is a Mrs. Susie Engler left last week on Tuesday evening to company with her brother, George Munch of Arnolds park traveling salesman for a business concern, to care for his home. Edward Aman of Milwaukee, Is visiting a few days with his brother, Wm ana sister, Mrs. Charles Gilbride. Edward is manager of the Hutter construction company at Milwaukee. C. o. cammack, c. C. Webb, L P Barley and James McKenzle, all of Baxter, were here Friday and Saturday for pheasant hunting and also visited at the W. G. McCullough home. Irma Grelner resumed her work at the Goeders dry goods store Friday after having her tonsils removed at Mason City the fore part of the week. Monday she returned to Mason City for the day. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Foutz returned Sunday to their home in Sioux City after Mrs. Foutz had spent the past week visiting Mrs. Floyd Saunders. Mr. Foutz and Mr. Saunders spent the week In Minneapolis on business. Henry Shell and son of Boone visited at the home of his sister-in-law, Mrs. Matt Selzer, Friday and also hunted pheasants. Saturday, Mrs. Selzer's two brothers, George and Andrew Pestot- nlk of Boone came here for pheasant hunting also. Mr. and .Mrs. Gall Towne spent several days last week at Rockford, North Dakota, where Mrs. Towne has some property that needed looking after. They report fourteen Inches of snow in North Dakota, and found auto traveling anything but pleasant. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Bonar were in Garner Tuesday on business. 4 Mrs. M. J. Duffy spent Thursday In Whittemore visiting friends fthd -ela- tives. K. D. James attended a meeting of Rexali dealers in Fort Dodge Monday evening. Mrs. J. L. Haverly of Wesley visited at the home of her sister, Mrs. W. J. Becker Tuesday. Ray Hanna of Humboldt visited at the j. W. Little home Saturday and also came for pheasant hunting. P. J. Larson of West Bend spent Sunday and Monday visiting at the home of his sister, Mrs. M. J. Duffy. Mr. and Mrs. W. Shroyer of Hampton were guests Sunday at the home of their daughter, Mrs. N. V. Lowe. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Martini of Emmetsburg visited their daughter, Mrs. H. L. HOenk Tuesday of last week. Alice Duffy of Whittemore spent last week at the home of her brother, M. J. Duffy. Alice was formerly employed n Algona. Anna capeslus spent from Wednesday until Monday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Capeslus, at Ottosen. J. D. Burns was recently added to he sales force of the Elbert Garage. Jim was previously with the firm for cveral years. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fox of Storm Lake were visitors at the home of the later's aunt, Mrs. sid J. Backus Wednes- lay and Thursday. Merlin Little, son of J. W. Little spent the week end in Leaving Hospital, at Whittemore, Girl Slips, Breaks Hip Whittemore: Valeria McCreery, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jim McCreery of Fonda has been a patient at the McCreery hospital. Her mother accompanied her here and Thursday evening as she was leaving the hospital she slipped, fell and broke her hip. Her friends here are sorry to learn of her misfortune but wish her a speedv recovery. Mrs. J. s. Cullen attended the Woman's club meeting at Cylinder Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lonpstreet of Decorah are visiting at the Fred Lehman home. Mr. and Mrs . James Geelan are the oroud narents of a babv boy. This is their first child. M. L. Nolan of Cedar Rapids visited Thursday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Higglns. Carol McCreerv of Omaha came to take care of her mother, Mrs. Jim McCreery at the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Weir entertained a number of friends Saturday evening in honor of Tom's birthday. Mrs. Joe McTlgue and daughter, Jeanette of Emmetsburg visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. s. Cullen on Tuesday. Rosella Hlgglns visited friends In Sioux City for a few days last week. She accompanied Father Finnegan and his sister, Catherine. WELL KNOWN OLD TIMER DIED FRIDAY A. Vanderlinden Succumbs After Five Weeks Illness Prom Nervous Trouble A. Vanderlinden. one of the well known citizens of Algona, died last Friday, November 10. after five weeks' illness from a nervous breakdown. Death occurred at his home in northeast Algona. The body laid In state at the Merritt Funeral Home until Sunday, when it was taken to sterling, Illinois, for Interment accompanied by the widow and her sister, Mrs. Catherine Bruns. who had been In Algona assisting Mrs. Vanderllnrien in the care of her husband. Another sister, Mrs. McPherson. returned to Algona with Mrs. Vanderlinden after the funeral. Ara Vanderlinden was born In Holland, November 18, 1854, and was only a few days short of 79 years years of age. He came to America when 18 years of age and followed his trade as a carpenter In a number of places, finally landing In Algona 45 years ago, where he married and settled down. He was divorced from his first wife and was again married to Mary Giffrou, In Former Algona Girl Visits Here Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Watson of In- dlanola, Iowa, were guests of Mr. and Mrs, Geo. M. Hofius over the week end Mrs. Watson will be remembered as Elizabeth Webster, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. F. H. Webster, and this was their first visit in Algona since their marriage. A group of Mrs. Watson's young may friends, some accompanied by their husbands, surprised Mr. and Mrs Watson Saturday evening at the Hofius home. A pleasant social time was enjoyed and later refreshments were served. Other prices may raise, but Gamble's tire prices remain within a few cents of their all time low. 1st line, 4.7519 was $4.28, now $4.69. anil up. Mr. and Mrs. Watson left In their car at 4:30 Sunday afternoon during the blinding wind and dust storm and arrived safely at Indlanola at nlna o clock. They reported Uiat the storm extended all the way to Indianoln with occasional flurries of snow. DON'T BLAME Your Water Meter. Ten to one It Is a leaky closet or faucet that causes the big water bill. We specialize on Repair Work. Holtzbauer Tin Shop Plumbing, Heating, sheet Metal Tubes, 79c 47 Phone 83 119 S. Dodge. student at lege. the Gustav Adolphus col- DANCE I. O. O. P. Hall Wednesday, Nov. 22 Music by George Bartlett, ; -and Ms band I Mrs. A. D. Bradley, who has spent the summer at her home In Algona, Is leaving this week for correctlonville, Iowa, where she will spend the winter with her daughter, Mrs. ohitty. Mrs. Bradley Is one of Algonas' pioneer ladles and her many friends wlil wish her a pleasant winter. Tyreli ingersoll and his room mate, Fred Frederlckson of Cedar Rapids, spent from Friday night until Sunday night visiting his parents, Mr, and Mrs. C. L'. Ingersoll. They also came here for pheasant hunting. Tyrrell Is an attorney at Cedar Rapids and his friend Is employed in a bank there. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Helberg and son of Newton, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Phillips of Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Burkey and two children of Sheldahl and Jesse Bryant also of Sheldahl were guests at the Arthur Helberg and Willard Rlggenberg homes during the week end. The men enjoyed pheasant hunting Friday and Saturday afternoons. Magnus Llchter, student at the Iowa State College of Ames, spent the week end visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Llchter. Magnus received an Injured shoulder in a football game about four weeks ago and has not been able to take his part In the games since. Saturday, however he played in the Ames-Kansas Aggies game for about •wo-thlrds of the time. Doris Long, accompanied by two of ler friends, Mesdamas Moody and Bright of Nora Springs, spent the week end at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Abner Long. Doris Is an Instructor in the school at Nora Springs. Sunday morning Mrs. Long and. her slater,. Ruth Jackson, drove Dork, and ler guests to Nora, Spririfesr. In the af- :ernoon they then visited their mother n Hampton, arriving home late Sunday evening. Humboldt visiting his grandmother, Mrs. j. F. olesen. The A. A. Sterlings, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs u Mr> and ]P rs - Joe , Loebac h returned sterling, Illnlols, in 1919, who survives end in ». M ^** n»™ln.r ! r ™^°l e : him. sterling, Illinois, being the girl- F. A. M. Frost and son, Fred and Dr. and Mrs. Trlbon visited relatives in Eagle Grove Sunday. W. C. Dewel spent the week end at Elmhurst, Illinois, where he visited his wife who is taking treatments there. He returned Tuesday morning. June Adelle Aman spent the week end at her home here, she returned to Des Molnes where she Is taking a beauty culture course, Monday evening. Jeannette Goeders spent the week end in Des Molnes visiting firends. Donnld Trauger accompanied her as far as Ames where he visited friends and his brother, Bob. Mr. and Mrs, Henry Wegener and Rev. and Mrs. P. J. Braner were entertained at. a six o'clock dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. Burmelster last Monday evening. Miss Grace Dreesman of Algona and Miss Marcellla Moffet of Tarboa, North Carolina, have opened a beauty shop at Cedar Falls, Iowa. They were open for business for the first day, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Peterson of Peterson, Iowa, were guests Friday and Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Amunson. They came for the pheasant hunting. Mrs. Amunson and Mr. Peterson are cousins. Mr. and UMrs. Carlyle Becker are parents of a 7% pound baby boy born Illinois, where they went to attend the funeral of Christina Loebach. Mrs. Catherine O'Brien and Lucille, Mrs. Sadie Roth and Patricia Weir were in Algona Tuesday morning attending the Dunn-Hobbs wedding. The play, "Miss Prosperity," put on by the Rosary society at the academy hall Sunday evenlntr drew a large crowd. Every one taking part did well. Terrv Cullen returned home Thursday after visiting a few days with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Cullen. He accompanied Mrs. Don Allen of Davenport that far. Edward Walsh and Alice Wilson of Winona, Illinois, spent the week end visiting at the Lerov Farrell, P. W. Kollas£h and Guy Farrell home. Mr. Walsh Is a brother of the ladles. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Paige and family of Mason City visited at the Leroy Farrell home Sunday. Other visitors there were Edward Walsh and Alice Wilson, of Winona, ill., Howard Jergens and family, George Jergens and family, Harold Baas and family of West Bend, Guv Farrell and (family and P. W. Kollasch and family of Whittemore. hood home of Mrs. Vanderlinden, the funeral services were held there conducted by the Lutheran minister. Mr. Vanderlinden devoted his life to building houses and died owning seven houses In Algona which he had built with his own hands. A total of seventeen residences were built by him In Algona during his active life. Legion-Auxiliary Notes been Kossuth Hospital News Wednesday afternoon, Monica Studer of Corwith had her appendix removed. Wednesday evening, Mrs. Fred Brethorst of Sexton underwent a major operation. Monday, Mary Krieps, seven year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Nick Krieps of Algona, underwent an appendicitis operation. Wednesday afternoon, a baby boy weighing 7% pounds was born to Mrs. A Joint meeting of the American Legion and Auxiliary organizations of the county will be held at Wesley on Thursday night, November 23, at eight oclock with Leon Merritt of Algona and Mrs. Ida Larson of Swea City, having charge of the meeting. The program promises to be of great Interest and will include talks by Glenn Gray, vice state commander, James I. Dolliver, 8th district commander, Victor Stueh- land, vice district commander, Mrs. J. C. Underkofler, 8th district committeewoman, and perhaps others, as well as music by the Rusty Hinge Quartet of Mason City of which Earl Hall, past state commander Is a member, and last but not least, the Algona German Band. If there is time following the program and lunch, a dance will be held. Robert Eugene. Both Public Farm Sale At my place south of Titonka 3 miles, and west and 8 miles north of Wesley. mile east. One mile TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21st 14 Head Calves 5 Head Milk Cows 4 Head Work Horses 6 Coming 2 yr. heifers Titonka Savings Bank, clerk A Lot of Good Farm Machinery No Property Eemoved Until Settled For Bert Thompson . the mother and baby who are at the Kossuth hospital, are doing nicely. Mrs. S. J. Backus and daughter, Beth accompanied by the former's niece, Mrs. Paul Fox, spent the week end In Dubuque, where they visited Mrs. Fox's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Maxwell. They also visited Eleanor Backus who Is staying at the Maxwell home while attending the Dubuque University. Ruth Messenger, accompanied by~four girls left Friday evening for Mt. Vernon. Evelyn Walters stopped at Stanwood where she visited her parents. Frances Messer and Hatty Wilson visited at the home of Miss Wilson's parents in Springville and Ruth Messenger and Gladys Rising attended homecoming in Mt. Vernon. The group returned here Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Lehman and son, Mr, and Mrs. Robjert Runchey and granddaughter, Wanda Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Schoby and daughters, Harriet adn lola Mae of Hobarton, Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Stebbins and son, James Mr. and Mrs. Ben Nolte and son, LeRoy and daughteit Geraadine of Algona were dinner guests Sunday at the Jas. Elder home at Rockwell City. Mr. Elder recently opened a Gamble store at Rockwell City and he and his family moved there" from Algona. Elmer Hagg was In Algona Monday arid was joined by his wife here. Mrs. Hagg had been visiting her parents at Madison, South Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. Hagg left the same day for Perry, Iowa, where they will locate, Elmer has established the Daily Perry Reminder, a mimeograph sheet, and if 'successful he and his wife will locate permanently Carlyle Becker of Algona. The was named Robert Eugene. Eighty-four members of the American Legion Auxiliary met at the thirty- Monday, a babv boy, weighing 7% pounds was born to Mrs. E. D. White of Fenton. The boy has been named Donald. Mr. White is the coach in the Fenton schools. baby ' fourth quarterly meeting held at Burt Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Larson, General Hospital News Wednesday noon, Sam Oudekerk of Woden submitted to an operation for the removal of a ruptured appendix. Claude Haines, patient in the hospital because of an Injury to his right eye, will be able to return to his home tomorrow. The eyeball was saved although his sight was completely lost. Baptist Church Arthur S. Hueser, pastor With our sermons we try to help you face your daily problems more courageously, come next Sunday and hear the following two messages, "Beauty In Unexpected Places" at 11 a. m. and "Does Jesus Need Us?" at 11:30 p. m. Sunday school at 10 a. m. B. Y. P. U. at 7 p. m. Bible Study Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. and Confidence Builder class at 8:30 p. m. county president, presiding. Mrs. A. B Tweeten very beautifully san.or the Star Spangled Banner for the opening song Matters of interest to the Auxiliary were discussed and In recognition of four units going over the top in their membership drive, Mrs. Larson presented to the Swea City, Fenton, Algona and Bancroft units, prize awards. Kossuth county Is 100 ner cent in publicity work and appointments and leads the state at present In projects towards all the citation points. Titonka furnished the pep program lasting about an hour and their two skits, "The Catastrophe of the Failurevllle Unit' and the "Good Old Fashioned School" brought great applause from the audience. The Burt unit served a very nice lunch and Fenton extended an Invitation for the meeting to be held in February. Jn Perry. Elmer is a printer by trade, having learned the trade in the Upper Des Moines office. He is competent 'and will give Perry folks good service. ^ In the Course of Remodeling Our LINOLEUM DEPARTMENT, we found Patterns that must go, Our Linoleum Section is presenting a most comprehensive collection of the highest quality, guaranteed Linoleums in the very smartest and most popular colors and patterns. Buy now—from /his fresh stock. Presbyterian Church C. Paul Carlson, Minister Sunday School at 10 a. m. Morning worship at 11 a. m. Evening worship at 7:30 p. m. The missionary society will have Its annual praise service next Sunday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Special music is being prepared and a stewardship play- let entitled "Dividing up the Dollar" will be given. Everyone is Invited to be present. The Helping Hand society is planning a supper to be served in the Legion Hall Thursday evening, November 23. Please reserve that date on your calen- der. Another announcement will be made next week. Remodeling Complete The remodeling announcements of the Chrlschilles & Herbst store will be made this week, in the form of a .•jppcial sales event which the organization is sponsoring. Complete new furnishings have been Installed and the store has one of the most modern interiors of any place in the state. Sherman Basket Social There will be a basket social and program Friday night, November 24th at the Lou Johnson school district No. 3 in Sherman township. Miss Pearl Leigh Is the teacher. Everyone Is invited to be present. Make "Whoopee" again—at Gamble's Open House—Showing of Xmas merchandise 7 o'clock Friday evening, Nov. 24th. Everything that's new and prices as low or lower than 1933. FREE candy bar to every child accompanied by parents. Nothing on sale. 47 6-ft. Pelt Per Squ. Yard 12-f t Burlap Back 65c Per Squ. Yard Inlaid 95c Per Squ. Yard Check up on your Linoleum needs — buy at these low prices. Foster Furnituue Store Trinity Lutheran Church P. J. Braner, pastor The following services will be held next Sunday: Sunday School and Bible class at 10 a. m. English service at 10:30 a. m. The Algona circuit meets Sunday afternoon at two o'clock at the church. Confirmation instructions Saturday forenoon at ten o'clock. Please return your weekly envelopes with your contribution for your own congregation and mission. Miss Frieda Paetz was added to our staff of Sunday School teachers. Children who are not affiliated with any church are welcome to attend our Sunday School. The Sunday School and Bible class are conducted In English only. Church of the Nazarene A. W. and Haze/ 1 Irwln, pastors Next Sunday will be observed as mission Sunday In the Silver Jubilee anniversary of this church, First Lutheran Church M. A. SJostrand, paator Choir rehearsal tomorrow evening at 7:30 in Luther Hall. Sunday School and Bible class next Sunday at in oclock. Vesper services next Sunday at 7:30 o'clock. Congregational Church The annual meeting of thl* chn'ch "111 b» heM on Thur.sdav Pvenlnst. Nov. ifl at fl nviork. A not luck dinner will nrpc"de the meetlne. Services for Sundiv. Nov. 19th; The ,Viniv>v, co^ooi at 10 n'ninov- mo'-ntnw "pr«h'n of-, n; young people's meeting at 7 o'clock. UCAF The Winter Luxury That Costs No More Than a Necessity O IL HEATING Is becoming widespread In homes where the high standards of living are craved. No Ashes—No Dirt— a Healthy, Even Heat That daylight trudge to the basement will be ended. The heat automatically comes up before you get out of bed. Let Us Tell You About the McDonald Oil Burner Lain? & Muckey Phone 274 IBM* B Smart Shoes For All Occasions Ladies' fine dress straps and oxfords __$1.48 to $6 Ladies' every day sturdy straps and oxfords __ $1.95 to $2.45 Little gents' lii-top lace boots, 11 to 2 $2.46 Children's strap oxfords and lace shoes $1 and up Little gent's oxfords and lace shoes _$l-$2 and up Misses sport oxfords __$1.48, $1.76, $1.95 and up FOR MEN AND BOYS Men's and boys' sturdy work shoes __$1.98 and up Men's dress oxfords and shoes in a great variety .-.of styles and sizes and widths to fit your feet* Priced right. BROWNELL SHOE CO. 16 East State Street, Algona, Iowa. The Woman Who Does Her Own Washing 62 times a year puts In at least one day each week of back-breaking drudgery, risks her health and saps her vitality, because she THINKS It is cheaper ... but Home Washing Is Costly when you figure the investment'In equipment; the cost of repairs and upkeep; the money you spend for water and electricity; the soap and supplies, ILet us take that Wash-day Burden off your hands and off your mind. Phone 267. we'll call for your bundle and return it promptly. Kirsch Laundry /Confidence — We have confidence in the nation and the state in which we live. We believe that now, as always, the American public can best succeed by cooperation, by confidence in its sincere leaders. You, too, can continue to have confidence in the fact that Coryell will consistently endeavor to give the best in quality, at a reasonable price. Such a plan, whether a governmental plan, or that of a private business, can result in nothing but success and satisfaction. 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