The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 12, 1937 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 12, 1937
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The Algona Upper Des Moinee, Algona, Iowa, Aug. 12,1937 EXHWTSOF4-H FROM KOSSUTH IN IOWA FAIR PICKED Teams and Indviduals who will represent Kossuth county in the 4-H state contests At the state fair, were selected Thursday of last week, at the annual achievement day program held at Bancroft. Portland Peppy Pals demonstration team consisting of LaVonne Ringsdorf and Virginia Trenary WH1 represent the county in team demonstration work. Letha Mann Is their leader. Elolse Preston, Swea Spirits of Service, previously selected as the 4-H county health queen, will represent this county in that contest. Officers for J938 of the county 4- tt will be Shirley Marlow, president, Hurt Busy Bees; Elizabeth Ann Inman, Bancroft Busy Pals, vice president; Patricia Matern, Cresco Chums, secretary; Betty Anderson, Swea Spirits of Service, historian. Individual exhibits selected for the state fair were as follow: Pillow's, Bemlce Reaper and Phyllis Maxwell, Cresco Chums; curtains, Betty An MarjorHe Jen scarf, Patricia Swea, and dressel 60; port of folios, Ariel!* Shetland, Ledyard and Mary France* Inman, of Bancroft. Wall pocket, Betty Bod)ong. Buf falo; laundry bag;, Dorothy Peter- aen, Buffalo; contiervauon booklets, Luclle Bartlett and Mary Jan- Ice McWhorter, Portland; improvised furniture unit Lucille Genrich, Burt, and Elisabeth Ahn In- Uian, Bancroft; study unit in natural refinished wood, Ola' Mae Miller, Buffalo; reading unit in enameled wood. MarjTSYatfees Inman, Bancroft Fined $5; Followed Close to Hayrack Russell Sharp, Lone Rock, was fined |3 and costs in Justice P. A, Danson's court Tuesday evening, on a charge of following too closely behind a hayrack. The complaint was filed by Patrolman Al Sterzing. the fine and costs. Sharp paid Fenton Tenderfeet Fenton: Fenton Boy Scouts passed their tenderfoot testa last week and on Saturday they left with their scoutmaster, James Schwartz for a week end trip to Interlaken Park. Those taking the trip were Herbert Krause, Howard Schulte Vernon Ohm, Ernest Skare, Lyle Bassett, Lyle Weisbrod. Maurice Weisbrod, Melvin Elmore, Donald Boyken. Harlan Holldorf and Hadley Bailey. They returned home Sunday evening. Yippy they're here NEW FALL DORIS DODSONS The Chrischilles Store Portland Twp. Says Oats Running High As SO Bu. Per Acre Portland: The main issue of the day now is threshing which Is keep- Ing the women busy as well as the men. The yield In this vicinity runs as high as 80 bushels per acre, Can any of you beat us? Mr. and MTsTlema M^Who and grandson, Roland White Iowa Falls were Sunday dinner guests of the Ray McWhorters Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Colllnson of Algona enjoyed Sunday dinner and supper with the Tony Jandls. Mr. Colllnson and Mrs. Jandl are broth- and Sister. Supper guests last Sunday at the Tony Jandls included Mr. and Mrs T R. Colllnson and daughter Veda and Betty, Burt, Florence Wagner Algona, and the Mennet Trunkhill family. „ The Lewis McWhorter family went to Spirit Lake Sunday taking Virginia McWhorter with them for the week Lewis came back Sunday ^ight The Ray McWhorters plan ?o go after Virginia next Sunday and possibly leave Mary Janice for the following week. Mrs Ray McWhorter has spent much'of her time the past three weeks with her mother, Mr*.Bert McCorWe, near Algona. Her mother has a very severe case of intest- nlal Trouble^nd was bedfast nearly three weeks. However, she is able to sit up a few minutes each day at this writing. Mr and Mrs. Donald White of Iowa' Falls were Sunday evening cateVs aTthe Ray McWhorter home. Donaiajj*^"^?!^ 1 : ville to get his wife after week with her parents. a nephew of Ray and had spent many previous summers helping his uncle on the farm. Mrs Ray McWhorter and three daughter? called at the Ray Mc- rnrkle home Saturday afternoon. SS ft™* Donald McCorHe a pretty bruised and sore lad, having fallen 30 feet from a grain elevator the day before. It "<»«*""•' stitches to close one of the wounds In one leg. besides a broken bone one arm. He will be in bed for MISSION WORKER SAYS JAPAN NOT WARLIKE PEOPLE LuVerne: The Rev. and Mrs. Har vey Thede, missionaries to Japan gave interesting addresses at th Evangelical church Friday evening Despite the fact that the larger par of the congregation are farm fam ilies and it is the busy season o the year, there was a large at tendance. There were a numbe present from Fort Dodge and Ren wick. The Rev. and Mrs. Thede an spending their furlough at thi home of her mother in Blue Earth Minn. She also lived for some tlm< in Belmond and is a cousin of Mrs Walter, wife of Rev. E. R. Walter local pastor. Mrs. Thede told o many interesting things concerning the women and children, about th men always having preference am in the crowded street cars the men sit while the women stand. The women do not know how to think— It isn't necessary, as all their thinking is done for them. Mr. Thede paid a glowing tribute to Dr. Kag- awha who toured America two years ago. He said the Japanese people did not want war and that their army and navy is not responsible to their government. A collection was taken for missions at the close. :onsiderable length of time. Report of Four Corner M-D Club Four Corners: The Four Corners Mothers and Daughters club met last Thursday at the home of Mrs. Orville Holdren. On account of the busy Reason, the program to have been put on by the school children turned out to be a song by Delia Mae Witham Miss Marie Scrlbner returned to and a recitation by Marjorle Mil- her home Sunday after a week's chell. The next meeting scheduled vacation from her duties in the for August 19 was to be with Mrs. Clara Drayton, but will be with Mrs. Susie Witham instead. The program for the club meeting next week Thursday follows: roll call, payment of Woman. 77, Celebrates Mrs. Emma Voss will be 77 years old August 11. but she celebrated her birthday Sunday. August 8, by having all her children and grandchildren home for dinner. There were 20 who enjoyed the feast and a happy time was had visiting during the afternoon. James Fuller. Armstrong, is visiting at the home of his aunt Mrs, Harry Von Draska. this week. A. L. Look, veteran mall carrier is having an enforced vacation this week owing to a case of the flu. Supt and Mrs. Alex Evans returned Monday after spending the summer at Boulder, Colo., and Decorah, Iowa. Calvin Wadleigh, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wadleigh, living north of LuVerne. has been ill with flu the past week. Mrs. Samuel Steussy and son, Ed, drove to Webster City Sunday, where they spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Steussy. Miss Donna Mason, Clarion, who has been visiting her aunts, the Miss Janette and Isabel Mason, the past month returned home Sunday. club song; dues: a paper, "My Trip to Florida" wiH be read by Maud Robinson and a paper "Life" of the Eskimos" will be read by Mary Cruikshank. Mrs. Editjt Rlfh is spending the week with the James Dunn family near Ledyard. helping copK for threshers. Mrs. Dunn, who is a sister of Mrs. Rich, fell while coming down stairs two weeks ago and broke a bone and strained several muscles in one foot and will have to us« crutches another week or ten days. Mrs. Walter Cairns and three children and Mrs. Lloyd Baker and two daughters came from St Cloud, Minn., Monday for a two weeks visit with local relatives. Mrs. Cairns is a daughter and Mrs. Baker a daughter-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Baker, who have been aiwndlnz Ibe summer with their niece Mrs r &nd fam - ily. Sword of Civil War Days Given LuVerne Woman, Officer's Kin LuVerne: Old memories Were revived and Incidents of the long ago were brought to light recently when Albert Prlngle, Sedalla, Missouri, visited his cottsln, Mrs. W. F. Godfrey, recently. They had not seen each other for 40 years, and they talked over old times and the changes the years have made. He also brought Mrs, Godfrey a gift which she prizes not only for its value, but because It is a souvenir of the Civil War and has been in their families since war days. It is a sword and was presented to their uncle, an officer in the army, and the inscription reads, "Presented to Lieut Col. William Clark by the commissioned officers of the 28th Ohio Infy. as a token of regard." The scabbard or sheath is gold plated with very intricate engraving and is beautiful. The sword Is 3H feet long of finest steel and is silver and gold plated, engraved with the Great Seal of the United States. The handle or hilt Is also beautifully decorated with the figure of the Goddess of Liberty. Honor Guests At Lone Rock, Sunday Lone Rock: The Walter Thompsons had as Sunday guests honoring Mr and Mrs. William Lepold and daughter, Elsie, Milwaukee, and Mrs Henry Cole and son, Jack, Antigo Wis.: Mrs. Emilie Heidenwith and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Walker. Algona, the Leo Sankeys' Britt; Mrs. Russell Thompson and son, Jack, Burt; Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Jensen and the Henry Kuecks, Good Hope; the E J. Heidenwiths, Swea City, the Arthur Heidenwiths and Mrs. Dorothy Sebera and son, Ralph, of Whittemore and the Fred Wegen- Swea-Eagle News News office. She visited a sister at Aberdeen, S. D. Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Lund and children attended the Legion celebration at Bancroft Friday and visited many former friends. They lived there 21 years. Mr. and Mrs. Jnsper Vaughn were visiting the parental Jesae Stoddard home Sunday. Mrs. Stoddard and little daughter, Wanda, return- fit) to UBS .Moines with them for a short visit, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Turpin were guests at the F. I. Chapman home Monday and. calling on many of their former friends. They are now living at Hubbard where he has been directing the band this summer and where he will be a member of the school faculty this fall. Mrs. Pearl Conway and daughter. Patty, left Sunday for a two weeks' vacation in California. Her beauty shop will be closed during her absence. Miss Jennie Bram, living south of LuVerne, is ajso home for a. vacation from her duties in the Ruby Godfrey beauty salon. Mr. and Mrs. F. I. Chapman and sons, Irvin, William and Robert, spent Sunday with relatives in Des Moines. Miss Grace Chapman, Des Moines, who has been here for a ten day vacation returned to her home with them. Dr. and Mrs. Everett Schultz, Pella, were over Sunday guests at the parental J. S. Schultz home. William Chapman returned home Friday from Williams, where he visited Jack Holdcroft at the Wm. Baddeley home. Samuel Wertz and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wertz, Freemont, III., were recent visitors with former friends here recently. They were here looking after their farming interests. Samuel Wertz is now over 90 years of age but is still hale and hearty. Mrs. Archie Sanford and two children, Willard and Kathleen, left Sunday for Pontiac, 111., for a short vacation with her mother and other relatives. Barbara Jean and Geraldine, the two younger children, are with their grandmother. Mrs. Jo sephine Sanford at Ellsworth. MARYHECKART, EARLY PIONEER, DIES1NFLORIDA Word has come of the death on August 4th of Mary Emeline Heckart at Zephyr Hills, Florida, at the age of 93, having been born In 1844 at Wooster, Ohio. She was the fifth child in a family of six children born to the union of John and Elizabeth Heckart of Pennsylvania stock. All have preceded her In death, except one sister, Mrs. Margaret Henderson, who lives here hi Algona, as also at one time did another sister, Mrs. Asa C. Call. She also leaves to remember her a score of nephews and nieces now living all the way from Washington to California, while the Elsie Cady family and Mrs. May C. Walker, living here, are among the list It may be said b way of obituary tribute to her personality that she came with her parents to Algona in 18S6 at the age of eleven, In a prairie schooner, crossing the Mississippi river at Dubuque on a ferry. The wear before Asa and Ambrose Call had built the first log cabins here; Wm. H. Ingham had oegun to survey the prairie land; Frank Rist brought the mail on horse back from Fort Dodge, and H. F. Watson kept the only store. At the age of 17 years she taught school at $20 per month, out of which princely wage she bought her father a pair of store trousers. Thus is seen filial devotion coupled with industry- Though continuing to teach for 40 years, she threw around two orphaned nieces, Caroline Beall of Washington and May C. Walker of Algona, a protecting arm. When, in later years, she was freed from responsibility she isited many other states only to make her last home in Florida. A Congregatlonalist in church affiliation, she possessed an enquir- ng mind ever ready to accept a new truth in every field of human progress. She was buried beside her brother, Alfred in their family lot at Zephyr Hills, Fla. Nick Decker Laid To Rest {Services Held On Tuesday Final rites for Nick Decker, age<! 75, who passed away Saturday at Iowa City, were held Tuesday morn- Ing at 9 o'clock at the Catholic church. Interment was at Corwith Old age and complications were the cause of death. Mr. Decker was born in Alsace- Lorraine, February 18, 1862. He came to the United States in 1882 lived In New York for a time, and came to Iowa in 1888, and the family settled at Corwith. In 1904 the family moved to St Benedict Mr. Decker had made his home since 1935 with his daughter, Mrs. H R. Olbson of Algona, and his son. William Decker, Whlttemore. Surviving are his widow, the two children mentioned, and other children, Mrs. Stephen Loas of Irvington, and Laurence of Austin, Minn, Stork Pays Two Visits At Ottosen Ottosen: A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Larson on Wednesday. This is their first child. The baby is a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Leitl. A baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Everett Nash Thursday, Mrs. Ralph Richards is visiting relatives In Minnesota this week. Mary Jane Hoflus Is visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Bacon, at Algona. Mrs. Freeman Hanson of Clarion is visiting at the Ole Ellingson home. Peter Holt of Ellsworth spent Thursday at the Peter Holt, Sr., home. 2WH1TTEMORE REUNIONS HELD Whittemore: Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith and son, Ellsworth and Mrs. Dorothy Sebers and son, Ralph attended a Heidenwith reunion at the Walter Thompson home in Lone Rock. Sunday In honor of Arthur's mother, Mrs. Emilie Heidenwith of Algona. Mrs. Heldenwlth'fc 70th birthday was celebrated with all her children being present. Others who attended the reunion were: the Henry Kueck and Fred Wagner families and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Jensen, all of Lone Rock; the E. J. Heidenwith family of Swea City; Mr. and Mrs. Leo Sankey and son, Harold of Wesley: Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Walker of Algona, and Mrs. Russell Thompson and son. Jack, of Burt. Wagnrr Family Reunion A Wagner family reunion was held at the Nick Reding home on Sunday. Those who attended were Mr. and Mrs. Ted Wagner and Carol Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Wagner, Mr and Mrs. Orville Wagner and Elnine. the John Reding family, nnd Mrs. Lucy Wagner and son, Nicholas, all of St. Joe. Father Veit Home Father Wm. Veit returned one day the latter part of the week from a six week' vacation in Montana. While in Montana Father Veit attended the 26th anniversary reunion of his class. Father Veit visited M. J. Leonard, a classmate at Butte, Montana, Bishop Gilmore at Helena, Montana. Father Charles Veit at Nez Perce, Montana, and a and sister at Welcer, Montana. . Brogan to Detroit A D Brogan and son, Stanley and Bob Fleming drove to Des Moines Sunday. Mr. Brogan went on to Detroit, Monday, with insurance representatives to attend a convention. The boys returned Funeral Tuesday Held For JohnDempsey,6l Funeral service* ibf John sey, to, retired Fenton cafe owner, were held Tuesday morning At 9 o'clock at the home of Mrs. John Dempsey, and at 10 o'clock at the Fentoh Methodist chnrch, with the Rev. J. T. Snyder in charge. Burial was in the cemetery south of Fenton. Mr. Dempsey is survived by his wife and numerous other relatives. The Dempseys had operated a cafe at Fenton until last February when they sold It because of Mr. Dempsey's poor health. Two daughters, Mrs. Chris Qodfredson, Rlngsted, and Mrs. Eugene Pearson, Lone Rock, had provided a home for the couple since retirement. Death came to Mr. Dempsey at a Fort Dodge hospital last Saturday night BenButterfields Parents of A Son Good Hope: Mr. and Mrs. Ben Butterfield are the proud parents of a son born to them Saturday morn- ng at the Kossuth hospital. This is their first child. To Serve, Aug. 18 The Good Hope Ladies' Aid will serve ice cream and cake or pie at the Good Hope community room next Wednesday evening, August 18. Serving will begin early and the general public is cordially Invited to attend. Miss Phoebe Morgan was a guest at the C. L. and A. J. Dltt- mers Sunday. Martha Madsen returned Tuesday morning from Eagle Grove where she had been for a ten days' visit with her folks. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Cooke, five daughters and a son, and Lel&nd Cooper of Marysville, Mo., are here for a short visit with the Kenneth Rutledges. Mrs. Rutledge is their daughter. Mrs. Kate and Miss Beth Annis are visiting at the Presley Sar- chets. They expect to be in the CLASSIFIED ADS FOR SALE—1 20 h. p. Russell steam engine, 1 Russell separator, 24"-5-66.—Mrs. Helen Peters, Burt 32 FOR SALE—Electric and Kerosene refrigerators at Clearance prices, floor samples, never out New guarantee.—Thomas Radio Service, rvington, Iowa. 32 community for fore their return to Miles City, Montana, for the school year. t«. torn Wednesday w«Ung t« meet he* sl*er, Jffc. Jeanette GSMc Bark**, Lo* Aflfeles, who la i» e*ten*d vWt Mrs. Reid was accompanied by «£••»- len McVlcker who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. William Turner and was returning to her home at Boone. t The last quarterly conference of the church year will be held in the auditorium of the church next Wednesday evening. This meeting need not Interfere with officials participating In the social affair in the community room as it will take but a portion of the evening. It Is an important meeting and should be attended by all officials. Michael Genglers' Daughter Married At Tyler, Texas Whittemore: Mr. and Mrs. - Michael Gengler of Whittemore received word that their daughter, Miss Cecelia Anne Gengler R. N. of Tyler, Texas, was married to Henry Jeter of Overton. The marriage took place Saturday morning at 8 o'clock in the rectory of the Immacluate Concepton church. The Rev. Father S. A. Samperi, pastor, officiated at the 'rites, which were heard only by a group of relatives and friends. The only attendant of the bride was her sister, Miss Kathryn Oengler. After a wedding trip to New Mexico, they will make their home at Tyler. Mrs, Jeter received her nurses' training in Sioux City, Iowa, and went to •Tyler about six years ago to practice nursing. Foot Bun Over Whittemore: Bobby Braatz, son of Mr. and MrA Louis Braatx, had the misfortune to have a portion of ils foot run over by a hay rack at the Will Struecker farm Tuesday. DONALD MO COlrtBLlL H son. af Mr. and Mrs. Ray MeCorMe,, • living Just east of Algona, was bmd- ly injured FrHay ttdrttiWg, when h» < fell 20 feet from the granary on In* A. 3. Keen farm. ' . . stitches wert required to clone the- wounds in KM leg. He was able to ' sit up the fore parMf the freak. BANCROFT fOotf second place- ' in the state Junior American I*. • glon baseball tournament at RoNsk- well City, last week end. Cedar Rapids woh the state title which Bancroft won last year. The Cedar , Rapids team won a 6 to 3 game from Bancroft for the title. « • * ; A PROBATE FlftM from Chi* cago was seeking heirs of the late James Armstrong ttfti» week. The widow of Mr. AMnWBhg lives at Burt and his chlWran include Chas, of Llvermore, Mferle who la now Mrs. E. N. Nielsofl of Spencer, and Zelora and James, Jr., ot Des Moines. The firm, Cox A Co., have been so notified. Read The Want Ads—It Pays. TAILORING For Men and Women Wear Clothes That FitYon REPAIRING REMODELING REUNIKG Clopton The Tailor Phone 38 Over Behlmers LARGE SHIPMENT of 1938 mod- Zenith Radios just received, elec- ric and battery type, many models o choose from. Bigger and better, ret cost no more.—Thomas Radio service, Irvington, Iowa. 32 FOR SALE—1934 Dodge truck with grain box.—McCormick-Deer- ng store, Algona. 32 FOR SALE—1936 Chevrolet tu- dor with trunk.—Hoenk Motor Service. West of Court House. 32 FOR SALE—1931 Dodge sedan.— Hoenk Motor Service. West lourt House. FOR SALE—1935 DeSoto tudor with trunk.—Hoenk Motor Service. West of Court House. 32 FOR SALE—Four foot show case, small cash register, roll top desk.— Shilts Bros. Barber Shop. 32' COSMETIC SPECIAL Have you one of our Cosmetic Cards? Come in and let us explain how you can get a free facial with your purchase of cosmetics. Permanents $2.25 to $10.00, including Zotos and Jamal machineless. Marigold Shoppes Phone MS FOR SALE—Two used electric refrigerators. Priced to sell.— Kohlhaas & Spilles. 32 Ted and Melvin Ffette of Elmore, home Monday and Mr. Brogan will Minn., spent Sunday at the Erlck re t urn the latter part of the week Dahl home. 1 Jessie Van Busklrk spent the Mr. and Mrs. Frank Capesius of week end at Cedar Falls where Rich Point visited at the home of she visited friends. | Mrs. Mary Meurer. Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Donald Usher of Fredericksburg spent Sunday at the Henry Henrikson home. Mrs. Bernard Jacobs and daughter, Patty Ann of West Bend spent Sunday evening dinne,-guest, at Monday "at the Peter Holt home. *e ^ Mr and Mrs. Loren Daniels and| Mr ' and jj rg the Louis Hackbarth family and Leinlnger of Lotts Creek and Rudolph Will family of Al- Carvel and fam- J. E. Harner and Mrs. George Harntr and two children were callers in Eatherville Saturday. The .Swea Spirit of Service 4-H club met at the ohme of Eloise. Wilma and Phyllis Preston. last Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs Andrew Berg received word last week from their son, Elmer that he is employed on Verve, dash, snap— these new Fall Doris Dodsons have EVERYTHING. Youthful, darling styles, different material*, but the same prices and the same perfect fit. You'll get a thrill out of these new frock*, made especially for the gay, young Mi*a who demands individuality in her tfmnf l COBM in and be the fcr»t to wear these delightful garments. $3.98 farm near Yellowtsone National Park. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Riedel and children of Algona visited Sunday at the Carl Rath and Bert Olson home. Mrs. Riedel is a sister of Mr. Kath and Mrs. Olson. Mrs. James Gibson and two children and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Gibson of Thompson und Mr. and Mrs. Zack Gibson of Wesley visited at the Sam Gibson home Saturday and Sunday. George W. McGregor of Deer Lodge, Montana, is visiting at the home of his brother, Fred McGregor. His son, Francis, formerly from here, is employed in a boilermaking factory in the gas fields in Texas. Mr. and Mm. Harry Seglln and Lorraine and Irnogene MJnish of Cedar Fulls visited from Saturday until Monday at the J. E. Harner home. Other Sunday dinner guesti were George Harner and daughter, Carrie and Mr. and Mrs. George Harner and children. The Swea, Ea#le and Harrison 4- H poultry clubs met at the Harold Ruba home Tuesday evening, Aug. 10. Two reels of moving picture* Were shown, one was an educational reel and the other a comedy. Lucille Roth and Betty Anderson gave Cresco Twp. Farmer Grows Hybrid Corn Certitieil hybrid seed corn is be ing grown this year by A. J. Brown houth of Algona in Crt-sco township Mr. Brown is growing this corn in cooperation with the Farmers Hy brid Seed Corn Company of Hamp ton, Iowa. Many farmers have not had a: opportunity to inspect a field be ing grown for hybrid seed and Mr Brown says he will be glad to hav any persons interested in his fleli tome and inspect it. The femal rows from which the commercia seed is harvested, muat all be de tassled. This has been accomplish ed by going through the field abou three times a week and pullin out the tassels as they appear. These female rows are ail pol inated from the tassels on every fifth row which la call the male parent Mr. Brown will give you information in regard to the crossing block, will show you the male and female stalks and explain how the corn U grown. St. Joe Folk* At Whittemore Picnic St. Joe: Mrs. Lucy Wagner and Nicholas, Mr. and Mrs. John B. Reding and family, Mr. and Mrs FOR SALE—McCormick Deering 10-20 tractor. Reconditioned and repainted. — McCormlck-Deerlng jtore. Algona. 32 FOR SALE—15-30 McCormlck- Deering tractor. Reconditioned and repainted. — McCormick-Deerlng Store, Algona. 32 FOR SALE—F-20 Farmall tractor. Like new.—McCormick-Deering Store, Algona. 32 . ns spent Sunday attending the I ^ Q j p argOj North Dakota, vlsitec Mouch family reunion at w Boone. at tne nome of Mrs. Mary McDonnld Mrs. Percy Watnem and child- Sunday. Mrs. Carvel and son, Vir en and Lola Watnem spent Tues- cent , returned to Fargo Sunday eve ay at the Lawrence Hanson home. n | n g a nd Mrs. Carvel and family Mr and Mrs. Colonel Anderson will remain here for a month. Mrs nd son of Fargo, North Dakota, Carvel was formerly Grace Me re visiting at the Chris Anderson | Donald. lome. Misses Fay and May Von Buskirk and Margaret and Mavis Holt spent Wednesday at the Lee Holt home in Ai&ona. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Henrikson mil fiimily were Sunday dinner FOR SALE—John Deere Model D tractor. A bargain—McCorrolck- Deering Store, Algona. 32 FOR SALE—Several hundred choice high record large egg strain White Leghorn pullets.—Wellendorf Hatchery. 32" Father Of Two Algoniam Was Buried Saturday . Funeral services for Robert Car- guests at the Olaf Funnemark home ngy of A ] gona wer e held Saturday near Wesley. morning, with Father Mallinger in Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lindgren and | charge, at St. Cecelias Catholic church. Mr. Carney, who was born Oct. 11, 1861, at North Port, Wis., passed away at the home of a daughter Mrs. Helen Burton, ttt Council children of Sioux City spent last week at the John Stone home. They left for their home Tuesday. Oscar and Clara Dahl went to Elmore, Minn., Sunday and brought home their sister, Edith, who has been spending the summer there. Mrs. Henry Henrikson and Mrs. Tom Olson will be hostesses to the Lutheran Ladies' Aid Wednesday uy.ernoon, Aug. 18, at the church parlors. Mrs. Henry Henrikson and her daughter. Blanche and Mrs. Rasmussen and son, Raymond, visited at the Lee Holt home in Algona recently. j Alice Thorsen, who is attending j Iowa State Teachers' College at Cedar Falls, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Thorsen. John Norman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Hellsetb, was baptized in the Lutheran church Sunday. The sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Peter Movick and Mr. and Mrs. Fred I Benjamin. Bluffs, Iowa, last Thursday, following a stroke. Surviving members of the fam ily are his children: Hugh of Emmetsburg, Mrs. Harold Lampright Tom Carney and E. R. Carney o Algona, Mrs. Barton of Counci Bluffs, Catherine Murphy of Coun cil Bluffs and Mrs. Alton Hansen of Mason 'City. Two brothers and a sister, Will iam of EmmeUburg, James of Des Moines, and Mary Carney of Mason ity, also survive. Mr. Carney came to Palo Alt county at the age of four, settling in Great Oak township, where h lived until 1619, when he move to Algona. He had bean ill abou five weeks before his death. a demonstration, from Feed Sacks.' "Curtains Made George Wagner and family, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wagner and their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. SylvesUr Wagner and Adeline Erpelding enjoyed a uicnic ciuiutr itt the Nick Reding home, WbitUmore, Sunday. Mr. aud Mrs. Ted Wagner and daughter, Carol, were unable to Bro^hers Reunited With the arrval of Earl Naudain from Glendale. California, Wednesday evening, a reunion of the three sous of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Naudain of Algona occurs today. Other sons are Glen of Rock Hill, S. C., and Vai of Algona. The three brothers have not been together for several year*. Want Ad. Bring You Quick Re*ulU LuVerne Evangelical Delegates to Camp LuVerne: The 44U> annusj as sembly of the Iowa conference o the Evangelical church w41 meet » Riverview Park, Cedar Falls, on August 12-22. The park is situat ed on the bank* of the Cedar rlv er and U an ideal spot for recrea Ucm and devotion. The Evaagelica pulpit here will be vacant dujrini the period of the assembly as th Rev. Waiter with bis family an many members of the coegreg&tioi will be in attendance. Melvin aiu Lawrence Marty, Esther Markl* and Florence Hef are delegates FOR SALE—Good used Chrysler coupe; Oldsmobile coupe, real ood, good used Chrysler 60 parts. -Wellendorf Auto Repair. 31-32* FOR SALE—Shorthorn bulls; 1 4-inch gang Oliver tractor plow.— Lloyd Gross, Algona. 31-32' FOR SALE—200 Improved farms, good terms, 80 acres up to 640, priced $35.00 per acre up to (100.00.— Arnch Land Co., Fairmont, Minn., hone 287-X. 31-33* FOR SALE—Two rebuilt standard Underwood typewriters, like new recent models, reasonable. See them at The Algona Upper Des rfolnes office. Are You Taking Advantage of the ANNEX During These dosing Summer Days ? Things are going "biff-bang" at the ANNEX with Leona smashing prices until it really hurts. Instructions from "headquarters" are to SELL REGARDLESS OF COST. You've GOT TO SELL-we say and SELL she does. If you want some of the grandest bargains you ever saw in all your life, see Leona before it's too late. Some ladies are buying six or eight of these cotton dresses AT ONE TIME. And why shouldn't they—for only Me. And those silk washable dresses—why. you never »aw such dresses for the small, clean-up price of only $!•«•. All other silk dresses are going into the first clearance of this summer season at*M» and «M». Who can resist such bargains? Sweaters, underwear, children's dresses, some blouses and cor- sets _ a little bit of everything at prices which spell economy. Take the last of the SUMMER HATS AT YOUR OWN PRICE. asascsx ftftftftftgWW*^^ FILM DBVE1X>PIMG—and printing, any sUe, Mo per roll. Ire* enlargement with any roll. —Uisby's drug FOR FARMS or town property, see me.—C. W. Nlcoulln, real estate, Algona. '-8** LOANS—Prompt appraisal on 20 year /arm loans. No appraisal fee DO commission—no red tape—low interest—Edw. Capesius, Heise Bldg., Algona, Iowa- 2J-tf FARMS FOR SALE—All sixes, prices, location*. Terms to suit you. List your farm with us.—McDonald * Oo. 10-tf on food Improved tanas, «*M c**l bays on Algona lot* a«4 USSMSS rohlligu Bros., phone 32. For Bent FOR RENT—Two •mall office rooms. Heat furnished during winter months. Excellent location. Inquire Algona Upper DM Moines office, ao-u WE BUT Old Gold, such a* watch cases, broken Jewelry, gold fillings etc.—Borchardt'* Drug and •by. Jsw- 32 The Algona Auction Co. We are here to aerve ^otfa the seller and buyer at our pavilion in Algona every Saturday. Saturday. Aug. 14 For this sale we expect to have UO-200 head «* spring pigs weighing from 40 to M Ibs* so be on hand if you an looking for pi*s. Ab« 10 to U head of high grade HotoWn Batfar*, ranging in age from yearUns; up to two years (M and other mixed Iota. One John Deere wed tractor. One Waf on Box new. About MO Oedat Posto. W* handle the Del*val Separator*. a« i imimii j. AMt-Gbalaam IVao- >lint «f mfteUnerjr W« wW tea* tor {«* sjp ar4e* your erMufer teetih and drive beU*. W atart on stock a* Id*. TTfitMt Ossfc No property removed uattt urtttef for. O**B Cvaty Ua*. 8s4e bora phsne 11 C. O. RIDDLE Operas

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