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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, July 22,1937 Eileen Amnn left Saturday tot, c E Walk** i. .... .• ^ •Champalgne, Illinois, to visit her ag«n after httL ^? "2 a *? n sister, Mrs. Lawson Reed. She ex- St ^£!k * q " seriousl y pects to be gone about a month. Helen Pearson of Waunau. Wisconsin, left Tuesday evening after spending several days In Algona as the guest of Ernestine Chubb. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Reed left on Tuesday for Eagle Grove where they are spending a few days with their niece, Mrs. Stuart McKaye. Mrs. Ruth Dickinson Hunter and son, Linn, left Monday for Des Moines, where they will visit for about ten days with relatives and friends. Dr. and Mrs. L. W. Fox and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Harlg left Tuesday morning for a week's vacation and flshnlg trip Into northern Minnesota, Mr. and ftlrs. Peter Chubb and son of Humboldt spent Sunday at the Chas. Chubb and Joel Herbst homes. Mrs. Chubb is the former PhUomena Quinn and is a sister of Mrsjfterbst EdyAie Boeder, daughtcf*of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Roeder, ha*«ecur- ed placement in Hollywood, Illinois Edythe is a recent graduate of St. Vincent Children's hospital pediatric course. Mr. and SKrk. John Kohlhaas and sons, John and Tom, are vacationing In Minneapolis the first part of the week. Wednesday they will go to Okoboji (for a week, and then will drive to Sioux City for a few last week. Marjorie Seward of Llvermore Is the new beauty operator at the Marigold Shoppes. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Benson, Buffalo Center were Sunday guests of the latter's sister, Mrs. Nellie Van Allen. Helen Jacobs, employed at the Algona ' s P e nt the week end with her parents, at Mitchell, South Dakota. Ruth Stouffer of Newton spent from Thursday of last week until Sunday in Algona as the guest of Bernice Stock. _, BlIC " a Raney, Catherine Schultc, Ellen Steussy, Birdie Schultz, and Norma Raney spent last week vacationing In a cottage at Okoboji. Bin Dalley sppnt the week end with his mother, Mrs. Edythe Dailey. Bill is employed in the Am°P tical Company In Des Jack Hemphill, son of Mr. and Irs. W. P. Hemphill. returned to his work at the Anderson grocery on Monday after a few days' absence because of Illness. i «o K r wM " I8h y and Ed SheriiMi left Sunday for a fishing trip at Cass Lake. They expect to be gone two weeks, and will travel to other points In northern Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pratt and daughter, Betty. Jean, spent Sunday and Monday at the home of Mrs Pratt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Traeger at Sumner, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Snmner Quarton and Mr. and Mrs. William Quarton, all of Cedar Rapids spent the week end with Judge and Mrs. W B Quarton. Sumner and William are the letters' sons. Frank Zender drove to Blue Earth on Sunday to meet his son Gene, who was returning from Minneapolis, where he spent a week with Harry Mangan, son of Mrs •days. Mi^ and Mrs. Paul Krlsty of Dubuque visited Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Stewart last week Tuesday Mr. Kristy is the division manager of the National Refining company, which is the same company that Mr. Stewart works for. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Lusby returned Sunday evening from a week's vacation at their cottage on •Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Hutchlns and Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Long were guests of the Lusbys on Thursday and Friday. Charlotte Hilton and Dennis Stecher of Minneapolis spent the week end in Algona with the former's brothers, Jack and Bill Hilton. Charlotte Is employed as a stenographer with the Pillsbury Flour Company in Minneapolis. Patrolman and Mrs. A. E. Sterzing will leave for Des Moines, on Monday. Mr. Sterzlng will attend a highway patrol'school at Camp Dodge for a week, and Mrs. Sterzlng will spend the time visiting Des Moines friends and relatives. WEAR CLOTHES MADE FOR YOU They give you that look of distinction because they are made to your measurements. LADIES' AND MEN'S SUITS AND COATS Repairing — Bellnlng Remodeling Clopton The Tailor Phone 38 Over Behlmer'a Mr. and Mrs. Leno Beamish and baby daughter of Mason City were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Stewart, Sunday. Mr. Beamish is Mrs. Stewart's brother. He returned to Mason City Sunday evening, but Mrs. Beamish and baby will remain here the rest of the week. Beulah Hartshorn returned Sunday from a two weeks' vacation spent in Colorado. She enjoyed the first week camping at Estes National Park, and the second week was spent visiting relatives In Englewood and Denver. Beulah is a beauty operator In the Marigold Shoppes. Catherine Selzer and Eleanor Payne returned to Algona Monday evening from Boone, where they had been guests of Catherine's cousin, Mary Lonergan, since the previous Wednesday. They will return to Mason City Friday for duty at the Mercy hospital after a three week's vacation. Rev. and Mrs. M. A. Sjostrand will drive to Mason City, Friday morning to meet Drusilla Benson' of Kane, Pennsylvania, sister of Mrs. Sjostrand, who will visit at the Sjostrand home until August 2. She will at that time return to her home with Rev. and Mrs. Sjostrand and their little son, Ronald, who will spend a month's vacation visiting Mrs. Sjostrand's relatives at Kane, Pennsylvania. Mrs. Frank R. Burton, who is visiting her parents at Anderson, Indiana, left Sunday for an extensive tour of the west, including Los Angeles. Hollywood, San Francisco, California, Portland. Oregon, Seattle, Washington, and Vancouver, Lake Louise and Banff, Canada. Mrs. Burton will return to Algona upon he rreturn, to Join her husband who is engaged as the government engineer on the new post office building. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Johnston, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lamprlght and son, Billy, and Elvlna Marie Carney spent Sunday in Des Moines where Mr. Johnston attended a state meeting of American Life Insurance agents. Mr. Johnston expects to go to Detroit August 11-13 to attend the national convention. The monthly publication of the Insurance company recently featured a picture and story on Mr. Johnston who Is dean of the American Life Agents, and has been with the company for Charles Cotton of Iowa Falls a guest in the C. L. Bliley home on Wednesday. Bob Owen and Charles Beardsley spent the week end fishing at Lake Okoboji. Rev. and Mrs. P. 3. Braner visited relatives at Hubbard. Iowa, Monday and Tuesday. Prlscllla Wayne of Austin, Minnesota, is spending the week at the C. W. Morck home. Lloyd Muekey has been III for the past week with quinsy. He is confined to his home. Mrs. William Hodges, mother of Mrs. Harry Potter, fell and suffered a broken arm Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Anderson went to Spirit Lake on Monday afternoon on a business mission. Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Stewart of Kanawha were callers in the Dr. L. G. Baker home Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Dehnert went to Mason City Tuesday to visit their son, Clifford and daughter, Florence. Lois Johnson of Etnmetshurg left Tuesday evening after spending two days as a guest in the G. C. Yoeman home. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Vinaas, Burt, ond Mr. and Mrs. Walter Klamp, Algona. were Fairmont visitors on Sunday. Club. Sheriff Casey Los* and County Attorney L. A. Winkel drove to Iowa City Monday to attend a convention for sheriffs and county attorneys. Mr. Loss returned the same day, and Mr. Winkel will remain at the convention the entire week. Margaret Fusnel of Mount Vernon called on Betty Edge Sunday. The girls were friends at Cornell College from which Miss Fussell was graduated a year ago. She will teach history in the Algona public schools during the next school term. Mr. and Mm. C. H. Swanson and daughter, Rosalie left Wednesday for a week's vacation. They will spend the rest of the week at a cottage at Lake Okoboji, and the first part of next week at Omaha visiting Mrs. Swanson's sister, Mrs. H N. Conrad. Ruth Empting, daughter of Harry Empting, of Des Moines, visited Algona friends for the past week, and left Monday morning for Altoona, Wisconsin, to visit relatives. Ruth will return to Grinnell, Iowa, this fall, where she is a student at Grinnell College. Mr. and Mrs. William Finn and Mr. and Mrs. Holman Anderson left Saturday evening for a week's vacation trip to Minneapolis, Duluth Lake Superior and other northern points. They plan to call on Mr. and Mrs. Anton Anderson, who are vacationing at Lake Wabedo, Minnesota. air. and Mrs. Howard Beardsley took their son, Walter, to Iowa City on Sunday where he will work for the remainder of the summer and then enter the university in the fall. They were accompanied by Margaret Ann and Tommy Beardsley, and the group also visited relatives in Vinton and Waterloo, returning Monday noon. Phyllis Good went to Austin, 35 years. He won his trip to Detroit, with all expenses paid, for writing a certain number of policies. TODAY OUR HEALTHY DIONNE QUINS BRACE-UP NERVES. DIGESTION, APPETITE 3-Yeor Success of Dionne Quins Settles Cereal Choice for Mothers! UstMto lUtoMMMf* KlMtarcwtM E«uy Satw 4*y. 3dO P. M. (C. S. T.) N. B. C. Ited NjtwM*. * Vbm PMT (tmJitits it dia u Luk tfViumif B. QUAKER OATS SHIRT TALE 67 dozen men's dress shirts from Schramm & Sc'hmieg of Burlington. Iowa. It is a factory clean-up of their $1.00, $1 25 and $1.50 line;;. Not a shirt in the lot worth less than $1.00. The entire lot (804 shirts) go on sale at Neville's store, your choice any shirt in the bunch for 69c. All sizes H to 17, and all this season's patterns. You will find shirts in this lot worth up to $1.50. Ths is another one of my good buya that I am passing along to our many customers. Here is another bargain—30 dozen child's fancy overall pants with suspenders, sizes a to 9 from Morse-Rodenborn. They are custom made and worth 59e, but we are putting them into this sale at Site. Still another good buy C2 dozen kittenbiill sweaters with long sleeves, some plain colors, others in combination of colors, sizes 34 to 44. They arc worth $1.00 as kittenball sweaters, but we are selling them as work silirts for lie. Other bargains ure: Men's cups 13e, girls' slacks 69c, boys' work shirts 25c, ladies' dress slippers, black and brown kid, lots of wear at *1.00, ladies and children's white slippers with leather soles at 24c, men's brown suede oxfords, all sizes ut $1.79, men's white buck oxfords at $148, men's socks, all colors, all sizes at 9c. These are real socks, they look well, wear well and give satisfaction. Buy socks, no man with stinking feet shall enter the Kingdom of Heaven. Jimmie Neville Elizabeth Mangan. Mr, and Mrs. Norman Walker. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bohannon and James Murtagh spent the week end at Clear Lake as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Falkenhainer, who have a summer cottage there. Phyllis. Owen and Drennan Matties, daughter and sons of Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Mathes, and Virginia Darlington, all of Ames spent Monday evening in Algona. Drennan! George Scarborough arrived on attended the dance at the Country I Wednesday from Moiine, Illinois, and will visit friends for the next few days. Gusta Patterson will begin a week's vacation from her duties at the Ben Franklin store on Saturday evening. Mrs. Guy Clefton, the former Ruth Purvis, of Owatonna, Minnesota, Is spending the week with her sister, Mrs. E. J. Hough. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Foutz of Sioux City spent from Friday until Monday in Algona as guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Saunders. Mrs. W. E. Laird and daughter, Betty, returned Monday from a week's trip to Rochester, where they went through the clinic. Ferdinand Ranius, 97, Is seriously ill at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Ed Winkle. He Is suffering from infirmities of old age. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hutton of Des Moines were Friday callers in the R. S. Blossom home. Mrs. Blossom and Mrs. Hutton are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Sigurd Fardal of Adel. spent Sunday and Monday in the R. S. Blossom home. Mrs. Fardal is the former Margaret Blosom. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Keneflck, of Eagle Grove were Monday evening guests of Mr. Kenefick's brother and sister-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. John Kenefick. Gretehen Eaton of Forest City arrived Sunday for a week's visit in the Edwin Hovey home. She is a graduate of the Iowa Lutheran hospital there. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Metcler of Indlo, California, are the parents of a baby boy. Mrs. Metcler is the former Adele Herbst and this is their first child. Mrs. L. W. Gillespie, her daughter, Marlene and Mildred Richardson, spent Wednesday at Corwith where they visited Mrs. Gillesple'a sister, Mrs. Phil Puffer. Airs. E. F. Van Horn of Mason City arrived Monday evening and will visit her daughter. Pauline, for the next few days. Pauline is the nurse in Dr. Janse's office. Mrs. Floyd Pierce and her sister, Doris Silvers, drove to Webster City. Saturday to visit their mother, Mrs. Nellie Silvers. Mrs. Pierce returned the same day but Doris will visit there for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Glllegple, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Scharlach, Jr., and Mr. Osgood, all of Fort Dodge, will be Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Gillespie. Tom Gillespie and L. W. Gillespie are brothers. Trinity Lutheran parishioners enjoyed u picnic at the Call State Park Thursday evening, and more than 100 persons attended. The evening was spent in games, races, etc. The Rev. P. J. Bruner, pastor, led the devotionals. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Roeder left Wednesday for Davenport where they will attend a railway mail clerk's convention. From there they will go to Rock Island to visit Mr. Roeder's brother and to Lansing and Dubuque to visit other relatives. Mr. and Airs. Carl S. Pearson and Mr. and Mrs. Francis Lonergan of Council Bluffs left Friday night for a week's vacation trip ta northern Minnesota. Mrs. Pearson is deputy clerk, and Mr. Pearson is employed in the auditor's office at the court house. Mr. and .Mrs. Irwln Kain and family of Perry visited for several days last week with the former's brother, Marvin Kain. Mary Catherine Kain of Fort Dodge visited her father, Marvin Kain, at the same time. The guests returned to their home Sunday. Mrs. M. W. Ferguson, {.'. G. Urfes- m«n and E. Dreesman received a message of the death of thi-ir sister. Mrs. Henry Meyer, Titonka, Wednesday. She is survived by her husband, one daughter, one son and two grandchildren. Funeral services were held Saturday at Titonka. Christine and Carrie \\Vrnrrt and Mrs. Mayme Brunson of Mason City who was a guest at the Wernert home since Sunday, drove to Britt. Tuesday to attend the funeral of a friend. Mrs. O'Shay of Mason City. Mrs. Brunson returned to Mason City, and the Wernert sisters returned to their home the same day. LUVERNEMANWON$50INMODEL CAR COMPETITION RECENTLY Minnesota. Saturday evening for a week end visit with her sister, Mrs. Wayne Bradfleld. Mr. and Mrs. Bradfleld and tiny daughter, Patricia Bayne. returned with her on Sunday. Mrs. Bradfleld and her daughter will remain here for a month with Mrs. Bradfield's par- LuVerne: William Chapman re ceived word Monday that he ha won third place in the state junio class in a model car contest spon sored by the Fisher Body Corpora tion. and will receive a prize of $50 Maximum dimensions specified b. the company were: 15 Inches in length. 6 inches wide. 7 inches high The cars had to be made to an ex act scale throughout but the mat erials used and the design were lef to the competitors. William use balsa wood and worked out a design with the motor under the stream lined rear deck. It was all ham made except the tires and wheels which he turned out on a lathe at the Patterson Electric Shop. He gave it qn aluminum finish ant the complete car weighed 2 l j Ibs. Mr. and Mrs. James Johnson, Jr. and son visited his parents at Tnmn Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Hof drove to Torest City Sunday to see Mrs. Hof's mother, who is in a hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bockes and four daughters, Waterloo, spent the week end at the John Bockes home. Barbara Lou and Betty Wolf are spending the week with their grandmother, Mrs. Barbara Lothringer, Fort Dodge. Mrs. Helene Trauger spent Friday with her daughter-in-law. Mrs. Paul Trauger at Mason City, where she is a patient in a hospital. Lyle Engle left Tuesday for Humeston. where he will spend a short vacation from his duties at the Standard Oil station. George Furstenau came from Geneseo, 111., the last of the week to get his wife and baby who had been visiting at the Chas. Hannelmans. Mrs. S. F. Phillips and John Phillips went to Ames Sunday and brought back Mrs. John Phillips, who had been visiting her parents since Wednesday. The S. E. Smiths. Minneapolis, brought Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Allen home Saturday. Mr. Smith and Mr. Allen had been on a few days' fishing trip during the week. Mrs. O. D. Castlcman who lived in LuVerne a number of years, but who now makes her home in ents, Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Benson. Mr. and Mrs. Gardner Cotvleti and Mrs. Bertha Shore of Des Moines spent Sunday in Algona calling on Senator and Mrs. L. J. Dickinson, Mr. and Mrs. A. Hutchison and Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Quarton. Mrs. Cowles. Mrs. Shore. Mrs. Dickinson and Mrs. Hutchison are sisters, daughters of the late Ambrose A. Call, one of the founders of Algona. Mr. and .Airs. Otto B. Lalng and family returned Tuesday from Ann Arbor, Michigan, where Superintendent Luing had been attending a special short course for superintendents and principals of the elementary schools at the University of Michigan, for the past few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Rice have been occupying the Laing home during their absence. Mr*. C. E. Roupe and daughter, Irma Dee, and Don Gardner drove to Charles City Sunday and met the former's son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Roupe for a picnic dinner. Roland and Dorothy Jean Roupe accompanied them to Charles City after a two weeks' visit with their paternal grandmother. They are the children of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Roupe. Mrs. Marie Roseuull had us her guests over the week end and Monday her son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. "Katz" Rosewall and two sons of Blue Earth. Minnesota, and her daughter. Mrs. Carrol Cahill of Mason City. Another daughter, Mrs. Al Counc-ill of Syracuse, New York, has been visiting here for the past month and uivumpanied the Blue Earth Rosewalis home for a few days' visit. Joyce Hurlniiiii, daughter of I>r. and Mrs. E. C. Hartman. is expected to arrive Saturday for a visit with Mary Elizabeth Foster. Joyce was graduated from Beloit Univ- ti.iity in Wisconsin this June and has a position in Beloit with tha Y. W. C. A. beginning this fall. She has just completed a summer course nl Oberlin College at Oberlin. Ohio. I'ho H.irtmans are former Algonians who now live at Janesville, Wis- nsin. Mr. and .Mr». W. F. Broun returned last Thursday from a vacation trip. They spent some time with Mrs. Brown's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Anderson, at Lake Wubedo, Minnesota, where they are spending the summer. The Browns also visited Minneapolis, Lake Superior. The Dells of Wicsonsin and other points of interest. They re- :urned a few days early because of the illness of Elsie Halbrook, assistant in the Brown Studio. Fomwt Twogood nod Lawrence Tindlay arrived in Algona, Saturday from Los Angeles. Mr. Twogood joined bis wife here, who has been visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mr*. M. P. Haggard thin summer. Mr. and Mr«. Two- ;ood will remain here for another 1 month before returning to their home at Moscow, Idaho. Mr Twogood la the athletic coach at the Jniversity of Idaho. Mr. Findlay ha» been in Los Angeles «!ace school closed, and will be hare again thia year a* coach at the AJgona high school. T. H. < hrisi-hilU-,,, Mr». ,). M. Hardgrove, Mrs. \V. P. Hemphill. Mrs. M. A. Bartholomew and Mrs. C. J. Scanlon expect to leave Saturday evening for Chicago. Mr. Chrischilles and Mrs. Hardgrove will buy for the Chrischilles store and the other ladies will be on their vacations. Liuette Muliiui of Colorado Springs, Colorado, arrived Saturday for a visit at the C. A. Joynt home as the guest of Helen Joynt. She expects to remain in Algona until August first when she and Helen will accompany an aunt of Miss Mahau back to Colorado where Hvl- en will visit for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Smith, son Roger and Mrs. A. M. Jasperson. all of Glendale, California, left for home Monday, after two weeks with relatives and old friends here. Mesdames H. B. White. H. L. McCorkle, and Smith tire daughters of Mrs. Jasperson, and Mr. Smith ia a son of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Smith, Burt. Good Hope Family Enjoys Visitors From The East Good Hope: Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Morris and adopted daughter and Miss Phoebe Morgan arrived on Tuesday from Northport, Long Island, Now York. After two days at Mrs. Morris' home (the C. L. Dittmer i) the Morrises teft for Oakland, I-'wa, where they will spend a weelt with Mr. Morris' parents. They expects to return to the C. L. and A. J. Dittmers next Wednesday for several days' visit. Miss Morgan is a guest at the Leonard' Dittmers for an indefinite stay. A new corn crib and granary is going up on the farm occupied by Carl Kueck. Mr. and Mr. Mack Schroeppel, ef Schnller, came Saturday afternoon to spend Sunday with the James Knolls. Alfred Schmidt was called to Rochester. Minn.. Thursday on account of the critical Illness of his father, August Schmidt, In the Mayo hospital. Owing to next Sunday being the opening day of the Okoboji Bible conference at the Methodist Camp Ground on Lake Okoboji there will be no preaching or Sunday School service nt Good Hope on that date. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Dittmer are the proud parents of a fine i)'i pound girl born Tuesday morning. This is their first child for the A. J. Dittmers and the first among the C. L. Dittmer children, although there are adopted children. Harvesting is about over. It has been much delayed owing to mach- ne break-downs on account 6f the heavy grain. Not in a number of years has the writer seen as fine small grain or as fine a prospect for corn. That means money to pay Dills and buy new merchandise, [owa does it, especially northern Iowa. The mother, two sisters and a brother of M. J. Bailey, the young man who is working for Henry Engstrom, called upon him Thursday of last week. They were en- route to their home at Mercedes, Texas, from a visit with relatives in Canada. While at the Wallburg camp where they had gone to spend the night, word <:ame that Mr. Bailey's father had been involved in an auto accident at Mercedes. They left immediately. Word came later that he died Saturday night. WEST BEND NEWS Dave Krupp of Ottosen visited her sister. Bertha Johnston, and family here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Boos and family drove to Iowa Falls Saturday evening to visit her sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Graham spent Sunday at Conrad, Iowa, at the home of Joe's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Graham. Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Barber of Wliittemore were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Walker. The ladies are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Shellmyer of Algona spent Sunday at the Shellmyer home here. Walter is employed at Bjuslroms in Algona. Orville Harr and daughter of Havelock drove to West Bend after Mrs. Harr. who has been spending the past week at the Mrs. Jean Simmons home. Mrs. Bertha Johnston, daughters Jean and Yvonne, and Betty Allison drove to Burnside. Iowa, and spent Tuesday with their old neighbors. the Dewey Crotts family. Mrs. Arthur Simmons and son. Harold, left Sunday for a visit at the home of her brother. Robert Gross at Bancroft. Mrs. Gross came after them Sunday morning. Francis Fleming drove to Fort Dodge Sunday, and brought his wife home from the hospital. She had been in the hospital 19 days following an operation for a tumor. Renwlek. hnd a major operation a the Lutheran hospital. Fort Dodge Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Woito an< daughter, Srranton. spent the week end at the Mrs. Ella Woitos. On Sunday they took Elinor Ma» Woifo to Okoboji to spend a vm-ntion at the Harold Woitos. Harry Mezina, chccaemaker nt the factory east of LuVerne is taking an enforced vacation. He is the thirc baseman of the kittenball team nnd last week Tuesday night when the team was playing nt Clarion a runner stepped on one of his feet and broke n bone in it. Rev. and Mrs. E. E. Hancock and Mrs. Lee Lichty went to Fort Dodge Monday to see Virginia Lirhty who is recovering from nn appendicitis operation. A number of other relatives and friends called on her Sunday. Mrs. Ralph Ballard and little daughter came from Redwood Fnlls, Minn., last week Wednesday to the Arthur Riley home and Mrs. Annn Sankcy. Mrs. Ballard's sister, went home with them Thursday for an indefinite visit. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Benedict and Dannie and Mrs. Andrew Hanson left Sunday for their homes at Milwaukee and Racine. They went byway of Chester Center, lown, where they visited Mr. Benedict's sister, Mrs. Emil Meyer and family. The Good Will club met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Mike Stripling with Mrs. Harold Metson as assistant hostess. Seventeen members and three visitors were jresent and the afternoon was spent visiting. This club meets through the summer as well as during the winter. Most of the members live In he country. Sunday visitors in LuVerne included the Walter Smiths, Liver- nore and Alva Cameron, Storm -.nke, who were guests of Anna Murray. Mr. and Mrs. Max England, Ruthven. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Hast- ngs nnd George Laus, Britt, spent he dny nt the Mack Laus. Dorothy vho had been visiting here, rcturn- ed home with them. Tom Masons, Clarion, were at the Lottie and Jennie Masons. Mr. and Mrs Ern. est Guggcr, Humboldt, spent the day at the U. S. Grants. Beverly and Jimmy Smith went to Corwith w"ith the John Willhites to .spend a fe«r davs. "FOR SERVICE" Have Your Clothes Cleaned Frequently (flcaii clothes look hotter, hut that'sno< nearly as important a* the way von fool. Clot lies cleaned the Modern Way are more oom- fortahle clothes—cooler hecause thev are cleaner. Mothproofed Cleaning MODERN DRY CLEANERS .Phone 5:57 We Deliver IOWA 21c 21c Sun.-Mon. Edmund Lowe Madge Evans -VI "VODEUNG KID 11 FROM W\ RIDGE" M^k. v - Tuesday, July 27 Hold Over Hit! "New Faces of 1937" Prlo«-N 10c-36c I Electrolux Kerosene Refrigeration Silent, efficient and ecir minion 1 as low as $10 down and .°, years on balance. Thermogag (Propane) The perfect fuel for cooking, water heating and light ing at $8.50 per full size cylinder. Heat content and quality of this fuel cannot be excell- One Minte Washers Electric or gas. Quiet in operation, positive in action and able to stand years of hard use. Terms as low as $1.00 per week and two heavy galvanized tubs with each washer. Radios Watch for our announcement of the finest radio built. Gaa Ranges . A Shipment of combination coal and gas and other models due this week. Our low prices include all equipment, one tank of gas and installation. Don't buy any range until you have let us estimate on your needs. Swanson's Algona 111 STATE Street Xcxt to Silver (iray Cafe "Where Quality Merchandise Sells for Less" yv^^WWWy^ I" ><* THREE TINE FORKS < Jood sturdy handles $1.19 BELTING All .sizes 1 to (J inch rubber BELT DRESSING Stick or liquid BELT LACE Leather or atell lachitf JUGS (iuaranteed to keep liquid eold. $1.19 PERFECTION STOVES <i«'t a new lii^li power Perfection stove for tlit-x- hot days. PUMP PACKING < Jusket rubber and other urr.-.s.-uiles PUMP OILERS (JelUlille I'lews oiler.S Kohlhaas & Spilles

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