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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Aug. 19,1937 HILDMANCLAN HOLDS REUNION SUNDAY, WESLEY Honor Mrs. Katherine Hildman on Her 81st Birthday Wesley: The Mrs. Katherine Hildman family clan held a gathering Sunday at their maternal home honoring Mrs. Hildman who on Tuesday of this week celebrawa her olst birthday anniversary. Those present included Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Muehe, Mr. and Mrs. George Hildman, Mrs. Gertie Kirschbaum of Ayrshire, Charles at home, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hildman of Britt, Mr and Mrs. Ed Hildman, Matt Hildman at home; Pauline Hildman at home, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Hildman, Mr. and Mrs. Eisenbarth of Morgan, Minn., and all their families. Mrs. Yohn who has been here several months visiting her sister, Mrs. Katherine Hildman, Is planning to return to her home at Mendota, 111., the latter part of this week, her son, Ed Yohn driving to Wesley for her. Mrs. Katie Simons of Wisconsin, was the only member of the Hildman family who was not present Sunday for the family gathering. Picnic Dinner Sunday A group of relatives gathered at the Mr«. Lena Larson home Sun- GIRL MARIMBA PLAYER, PLAYS SOLOS AT SWEA Forest City Young Lady Quest at Geo. K. Nelson's Marconi was removed from the hearse. Achllle Starage, Secretary General of the Fascist Party, had MUSSOLINI ATTENDS LAST RITES FOR MARCONI—Rome: Scene on the vast plaza In front of the Santa Maria Church as all Fascist! led by stepped forward and shouted, "Comrade Guglielmo SfL 1 snst" l s.Tr^ ? th f e r, ci r ^ p " &S&EZ^^JS$& salute as the coffin containing the body of the late spirit lives on in those remaining. day to enjoy a picnic dinner and suppe^ Those present Included the Palmer Pearson family and Art Larson family of Britt, the Elmer Johnsons of Lone Rock, the Frank TOUR FRIEND HMESII AT MEALTIME FRIDAY & SATURDAY, AUG. 20 21 BEEF ROASTS Inspect the beef roasts on display in Council Oak Markets. For this sale we have shoulder routs at 19c per Ib... The select cute at 2lc per Ib. SIRLOINS & SHORT CUTS For the steak dinner we have sirloin and short cut steaks sliced to the denlred thickness. Your choice during this sale at 2Sc per pound. ROUND STEAK Lean, tender steak to fry. For a fancy Spanish style swiss steak we cut these steaks extra thick. For this sale a special price of 25c per pound. BOLOGNA Fresh smoked bologna In the small rings or In the large pieces to slice for the cold meat platter. Your choice for 17o per pound. FRESH GROUND PURE BEEF Ib. 16c »URE Lard _ . . .2 Ib. wmitary carton 29c TOES This week-end special raises a question as to whether It la profitable to can tomatoes. "Morning Light" Tomatoes are of recog- nised quality. Red ripe, excellent flavor and well filled cans. For this sale 2 No. 2 cans for 15c. TOMATO CATSUP The Council Oak Brand I* made from sound, full ripe tomatoes, sugar, vinegar and tpiccs. Will you make catsup or buy u winter's supply at our special price for this sale. The big 14 ounce bottle for lOc. VANILLA WAFERS A popular cooky which Is especially enjoyed with Ice cream and gelatine desserts. A week-end price of 1 ivounda for 27c. SUM-R-AID NECTAR Keep the family well supplied with this delicious, thirst quenching beverage, so they won't drink too much ice water. 5c Bottle Makes % Gallon lie Bottle Makes 4 Gallons KELLOGG'S FREE OFFER Buy one package KeUogg's Knunbtes and one package Kellogg's Whole Wheat Blcsult and get a free tumbler. For this sale the combination price 1s Sic. PEANUT BUTTER Coste IBM per pound than other spreads on the table. Wholesome, too, and it has the delicious flavor of fresh roasted peanuts. Buy the full 2 Ib. jar this week-end at our special price of 24c. HONEY KRUSHED BREAD It's wise to Include Honey Krushed Wheat Bread in your dally diet. The crushed wheat with honey for sweetening makes it a natural aid to digestion. Sold exclusively ut The Council Oak stores. COUNCIL OAK COFFEE A quality blend that U roasted fresh daily in our own plant ground as you buy it to fit your method of milking cotter. Our Everyday Low Price is 27c per pound or 3 pound* for 7Bc and you umy exchange the bags for fancy china ware. BLACK FLAG DEATH TO ALL INSECTS A liquid spray that positively exterminates flies, ant* and other insects. Sold at Council Oak in ',-j pint, pint, quart and gallon cuus. For those who find it more convenient to use this wonderful product in the powdered form, we have the small and large shaker cans. TOILET TISSUE Exoello Toilet Paper is a real value at our Everyday Low Price of So per rolL Buy a supply at our week end price of 2 big rolls for 7o. DOUBLE DIP MATCHES A regular "Sure Fire" match. Buy a good supply of these dependable matches at our week-end price of 6 boxes for He. OXYDOL You Khould buy the utediuiu naolutfe at our »pecial price ol Mo tuid eater KM dally tLMM ooatekt (euturud in "Die Mil Perkins" radto profrain. Johnson, Carl Pearson, Anton Pear Sons, Elof Pearson, Swan Pearson Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Simpson an the Axel Carlsons all of Wesley, am Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lundgreen an three children of Chicago. Th_ Lundgreens returned to their home Monday morning. Mrs. Lundgreen is a niece of Mrs. Larson. Funeral on Monday Word was received here Saturda- of the death of Mrs. Ida Guderlan at the home of her daughter, Mrs Dorothy Broderson at Winona Minn., early that morning. Funera services and burial took place in AI gona Monday afternoon. Mrs. Gud erian will be remembered here by many since at one time three or four years ago she was employed as housekeeper for Ben Hopkins. Move To Charles City Mr. and Mrs. George Hauptmann moved Saturday to Charles City where George has accepted a posl tion at the Hart-Parr factory. Geo has since his school days been as sociated with his father, L. W., and brothers, John A. and Francis, in the Wesley Auto Co. Mrs. Haupt mann was the former Miss Stella Goetz, daughter of the Anton Goetzs. Birthdays on 13th Mrs. R. B. Hopkins and Miss Syl via Ann Gerdes celebrated jointly Friday, the 13th, both having birth day anniversaries falling on tha day. Sylvia Ann was a guest foi dinner that day at the home. Hopkins The Armour Lemke family o Irvlngton spent Sunday here as guests at the J. T. Meurer home. Miss Qrace Kouba of Des Moines it th« week end here with her • '^M^i'' «KM»*&>JWi»^*.A£^ Kl^. i..-j "f^.-f. , Irene Haynes left Monday morning for Algona where she is to be employed as nurse at the Kos suth hospital. The Lou Tegtmeycrs are enjoy ing a visit from their daughter and her husband who arc home on visit from Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Packard and daughter, Cnndace, of Remvlck were dinner guests at the Olaf Fun nemark home Sunday, Aug. 8. Miss Ruth Carman employed b; the Northwestern Insurance Co In Mason City, spent the week end here with her folks, the A. J. Gar mans. Miss Minnie Kutschara and her brother, Henry and Miss Agnes Ferstl left Monday for an extendec visit to Chicago and points in Wis consin. Miss Martha Cook of Chicago is here visiting her several relatives making her headquarters at the home of her sister, Mrs. P. C Haynes. Miss Vivian Studer has been at Charles City the past several weeks employed at the Fred Steil home The Steils lived north of Wesley until last March 1st. Peter and Marie Seaberg are enjoying a visit from a niece of South Dakota, who has just completed a course in summer school work at the University of Iowa, Iowa City. Miss Laura Hanson, telephone operator in Des Moines, is spending two weeks in and about Wesley visiting her mother, Mra. Johanna Hanson, and other members of her family. Mrs. R. B. Hopkins, Mrs. Emil Wester, Mrs. Ben F. Felt and Mrs Nina Ranck, Mrs. I. A. Gerdes and Sylvia Ann attended guest day at the Presbyterian church in Algona Thursday. A number of intermediate Sunday School pupils of the Methodist church together with their teacher, Miss Helen Franzen, enjoyed a picnic outing at the Call State Park Monday. Mrs. Guy Dimond accompanied her two sisters, Mrs. Ruby Larson and Mrs. Freidow of Britt to St. Paul Friday where Saturday they attended the wedding of a brother, Mr. Swanson. John Muehe and the Urban Lick- teigs drove to Albert Lea Sunday to visit during the day at the Walter Dirksen home. Miss Ruth Muehe who had spent the summer there, returned home with them. The Mesdames Harry Thompson of Wesley, Ada Hoick of Britt and Leo Sankey spent Friday at the Lou Tegtmeyer home making plans for the Lutheran church stand which they plan to have on Hobo Day at Britt. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Loebig and son, Edmoud, drove to Lismore, Minn., Sunday morning in response to word that his brother, Frank had passed away early that morning. Funeral services were to be held Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Beu F. Felt and daughter, Mra. Nina Ranck drove to Mason City Saturday morning to spend part of the day thence driving on to Oelwein to visit over the week end at the home of another daughter and sister, Mrs. Peter J. Haverly and family. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Peterson of Goldneld and Mr. and Mrs. Rasmus Matson of Chicago visited at the home of Mrs. Peter E. Skow Wednesday. The men visited at the J. C. Skow and O. K. Flom homes in the afternoon. Mrs. Peterson and Mr-. Matson are brother and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Gerhart Skartland, Geraldine and Shirley, and Junior of Guckeen, Minn., and Mrs. Bertha Danlelson and Hans Alne visited Saturday night at the Sam Alnes. The latter two took the train that evening for Milwaukee, returning home following a visit of several days at the Skartland home. Mr. and Mrs. William Leopold and daughter, Elsie of Milwaukee. Mrs. Harry Kohl and son. Jack, of Antigo, Wis., Mrs. Emelie Heidenwith of Algona and Gordon Weg- cner of Lone IJock spent a day last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Sankey. Gordon remained for a visit the remainder of the week. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Goslin drove to Des Moines Friday to get their son, Wayne and Joe Lorenz, who are spending- ten days with home folks on a furlough. The bo^s joined the navy last spring and upon their return to California, will be assigned to a boat, having up to this time taken their training on shore at San Diego. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Davis and daughter, Eileen and Mr. and Mrs. Jim McDermott and Miss Helen Williams all of St. Louis, returned to their home Monday following a week's visit here at the Tom Forburger home. The Forburgers and their house guests visited relative at Mankato Thursday and on Sun day enjoyed the day at West Bend viewing the grotto. Miss Valera Meyer returned t her mother's home in Waterloo on Monday following a several month stay here at the John Hutchison home where she baa betn a house guest »m*mph»»»«lurt*i UM ium- mer months. Miss Mayer la return ing to Mason City within the nex several weeks to be ready for th opening of school there, she being a teacher in the grades there. Swea City: The guest soloist at the band concert in Reynolds Park here last Friday night was Miss Jean Nelson, marimba player from Forest City. Miss Nelson, who finished high school this year, placed among the winners in her division of the national high school music contest in Cleveland, Ohio, this year. She played several numbers with the band here Friday night, delight- ins her audience. She was accompanied to Swea City by her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Nelson and Wnld- cmar Harang, assistant director of the Waldorf College choir. Jean is a niece of the Geo. K. Nelsons here. Return for ViMt Mrs. Chas. Knutson and daughter, Mrs. Olive Gaff with the latter's little daughter, Barbara, came last Friday for a few days' visit with the W. O. Nelsons. Mrs. Knutson is a sister of Mrs. Nelson and the family Is well known here, having lived north of town for many years, prior to moving to Little Falls, Minn., In 1915. Mrs. Gaff is the widow of the late John Gaff, former football coach In the Fort Dodge high school and at the University of Redlands, Calif. The party will visit friends and relatives in Fort Dodge and Minneapolis before returning home. Ladles Guild Picnic The Baptist Ladles' Guild held its annual picnic at Reynolds Park last Friday with 30 in attendance. Tho program, directed by Mrs. Jennie McCrary. consisted of stories and readings by members of the junior B. Y. P. U. Mrs. Floyd Treat was in charge of the picnic. The next meeting will be a White Cross meeting, with a covered dish luncheon, August 27, at the Guild hall. Happiness — Eight Pounds Mr. and Mrs. Arden Hovey are the parents of a daughter, weight Aug. 12, at the This is the Vj pounds, born Kossuth hospital. couple's first child. Piano & Violin Pupils In Swea City To Appear Swea City: Piano and violin pup Us of Esther Smith will be pros ented in a recital at the Walter G Smith home next week Thursdu t afternoon, August 20. Those tak ing part will be Arlene and Arzell Peterson, Eldon Link, Phyllis Ham mond, Ardis Smith and Rose Ellen Ditsworth. Mothers of the pupil will be guests. The recital mark the close of the summer class, a: Miss Smith is returning to he: teaching duties in the Corwith higl school on August 28. Wedding of Interest The Minneapolis Sunday Journa for August IS carried a photograph of Miss Frances Shlvely of St. Paul with the announcement of her en gagement to Daniel A. Grates. The wedding will take place Sept. 1. Miss Shively Is a sister of Mrs. Oliver Blomater an dthe Shively family Blomster and the Shively family Gall Kesler of Minneapelis and Lily Nelson of Ruthven spent Sunday with the Chas. Keslers here. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Peterson and daughters, Arlene and Arzelle spent last Sunday at Pilot Knob State Park near Forest City. The second and fourth divisions of Immanuel Lutheran Ladies' Aid lelcl an ice cream social and supper last Saturday afternoon and evening. Nearly $50 were realized from the affair. Word has been received from Rev. Ft. P. Bronleewe, who is spending lis vacation in Portland, Oregon, that he and his wife expect to return iiome on August 23rd. Rev. Bronleewe is pastor of the local Baptist church. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Finn and .wo sons are spending a few days with the Win. Meyers here and Mrs. a Finn ut Gerled. They will return to their home in Chicago, fol- owing a visit with her parents, the Seiboldts at Lakota. The Edw. Hammonds returned aat Saturday from a week's vaca- ion in Minnesota. A cousin, Ralph burrow of Minneapolis, came with hem for a few days' visit. Ralph's nother is the former Vera Johnson, who will be remembered by older residents here. Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Bengstoa of Jewell were dinner guests of the Erick Ericksons last Sunday. Rev. Bengston, who was pastor of the Swedish Baptist church in Swea township in 1905, was here supplying the pulpit of the First Baptist church. In the afternoon he and his wife attended a. family picnic with relatives at Armstrong. AlcFarluad Reunion A McFarlund family reunion was held last Sunday at Goldneld. Mr. and Mrs. G. O. McFarlund and family and Cecil Long of Portland, also Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Chamberlain of Bancroft were among the 106 guests present. Glass Auto Glass Replaced while you wait. We carry a complete stock Of W|ndOW j^ Greenberg Auto Supply 36-tf Mr. nnrl Mrs. S. P. Eckholm spent last week in northern Minnesota on n fishing trip. The Bethlehem Lutheran Ladies' Aid is holding its nnnunl guest day on Tuesday. August 18. Donald and Doris, children of Sir. and Mrs. Geo. K. Nelson, left Sunday for a visit with nn aunt at Waterloo. Florence Alberts, linotypist at the Swea City Herald office, spent last week end with relatives and friends nt Sioux Falls. S. D. Misses Mathilda and Olivia Kressin and nephew Leonard Pompc of Lone Rock visited at the Magnus Peterson home last Thursday ni^ht. Mrs. J. M. Dye was taken to Iowa City last Saturday to undergo treatment for goiter nt the University hospital. It is not known whether or not an operation will he necessary at this time. Miss Esther Smith went to Fenton Monday to spend a few days with the Walter Ohms and other friends. Miss Smith stayed with the Ohms during the three years she taught at Fenton. Miss Esther Smith went to Wesley Thursday to spedn a few days with Arlene Martinek. Miss Smith is director of music in the Corwith schools. Miss Martinek will not return to Corwith this year, having accepted a position in a grada school at Waterloo. FASTEST SERVICE MILWAUKEE. ST. PAUL n &ui TO * CHICAGO New Air-Conditioned Train No. 18 Carrying on its policy of speeding up and improving passenger service The Milwaukee Road announces a new train providing fast afternoon schedule to Madison and Chicago —hours faster than any previous schedule from this territory. Modern equipment—every car air-conditioned. Luxury lounge coaches with com* fortable, adjustable seats; spacious men's smoking room and women's lounge. Beauti- fully appointed cafe-parlor'solarium car serving delicious 50)5 luncheons and 65f5 dinners. Buffet service for those who desire refreshments between meals. Fares are low. You'll find it easier on the nerves and on the pocket book to park your car at the nearest Milwaukee Road station and ride this new train. Avoid highway hazards. Enjoy cool comfort. Save money. Note the convenient schedule! New Route of The SIOUX THE SIOUX ... RUNS VIA MILWAUKEE TO CHICAGO Leaving Mssoa City at 9:50 p. m. Instead oi 10:10 p. m. ( and earlier departure from other station stops. The Sioux operate! Yia Madison and Milwaukee to Chicago, aniTing Madison 4:10 a. m. instead of 4:30 a. m.; Milwaukee, 6:33 a. m. and Chicago 8:30 a. a. Drawing room compartment deeping can and luzurjr-lounge ooaohem. Dining oar Mnriag breakUst Etery eat alr-candlHoaeA. I JiOl p, M. 11i3e p. M. 1J.S9 p. m. M6 p. m. 2tOOp. •. CONDENSED SCHEDULE DAII/T C*at. Tlm» tv. Maien City . , U. ChariM City . . tv. Colmar .... U. Marqiratte ..... 2i50 f. m. Iv. Wauttk* 3iUp. M. U. ktnbtl 1.1* p. M. iv. tenelMk ..... 3,37 f. m. Ar'.«U4bmi .1111 4t4f*M. Ar. JsMivBto Si4l p. M. Af. Cfclm* ..... 7!40p. •. ate ftaUoom rot tall Information, ticket* and nnrralloni atk roar atanit Railroad aguot MILWAUKEE ROAD BLOOMERS Cotton and ravoii 2to8yr.s." 15c-25c They're cut full for comfort. GRAHAM'S offt ' 1 ' the « T( ' at( '' st valiKi * in ««i»«>»i SHOP at this store for sirls ' autl . b °ys' sviiooi RAYON SLIPS For Misses 14 to 18 vrs. 49c Rayon Taffeta — Bodice Top ANKLETS Child's Misses' Two specially priced groups for school wear They'll be popular for weeks to conic 10c 15c PRINTC Standard FIVini ' ) Quality Those 80-suare new print patterns will till the hill for inexpensive school dresses. They're lower pric- 1A ed at Graham's vd.**'** Bring the Children Here For School Dresses Special group of the best and most becoming styles for small girls, sizes 3 to 6 years. Fast color print fabrics. Misses' Styles H'/.'' tO 1<< I/. Bring in your list. We'll get you ready Pencil Box S*-U lOc School Scihdors ... lOc Fountain Pen Ink . !0c Tube Push- lOc Vuc. Filling Pens 25c Mechanical Pencil . 25c Short Lfiuii 5e Long Leads lOe I arU-r'* Ink, lilue . M- HytoiiL- Ink Tablets lUc 0'ruyoLn.i, g colors 5c Crayoliw, 16 colors l»c Flush Eraser* 5c Fenmuit Erasers 2 —5c Library 1'iute lOc Loose Leaf Fillers 5e Thenie I'uper binder lOc Mechanical Pencil . lOc Tube or Jar Faatu . 5c Tube, Fish Glue lOc Jiig Cliii-f TABLETS mode.- Is await yuiir choosing. Evc.'ry dress fast color in florals, dots and all over designs. School Dresses at Graham's. You'll Have More! shtx-U ur> slicets Specially made for Uie Graham stored. Pop-Eye Pencil Boxes lOc 25c Complete sets of practical school items in col- urful boxes. SCHOOL KITS *1.25 (-'omplete with thermos bottle. Lunch Boxes With or without tray 25 49c Big Yank WORK SHIRTS Sizes 8 to 14V.. 49c Department Stores Hickorv Stripe PLAY surra iSize ,'J to 8 years 69c

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