Honor Young Man At Dinner, Sunday Fenton: Mr. and Mrs. Henrv Schulte entertained at a dinner party, Sunday honoring their son, Howard who was confirmed that day. Guests were Mr. Schulte's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Schulte and daughter, Gertrude and Mrs. Schulte s mother, Mrs. George Formals and son. George of Gaylord, Minn.; Mrs. Schulte's brothers-in-law and sisters, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kuhl- man nnd daughter, Loraine nnd son Kenneth. Lester Prairie. Minn., nut Mr. and Mrs. Chris Tcmplin am daughter. Joan Kay of Morris. Min nesota. Mr. nnd Mrs. Templin re mnined until Tuesday nnd thei daughter remained for a week 1 , visit here and Howard Schulte ac companied his grandmother. Mrs George Formats, home for a week' visit. Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Kern and family of Sexton were Sunday din ner guests at the Carl Kern home 3 IN THE The Algona Ppper Pea Moinen, Algona, Iowa, Aug. 36,1937 TRACTOR MISHAP HURTSJTjNTONITE Clarence Menz Suffers Internal Injuries On Monday Fenton: Clarence Menz was seriously hurt Monday morning while looking an elevator to a tractor to return it to his neighbor, when his arm bumped the elevator while backing it and knocked the tractor n gear which backed over him. He vas crushed between the elevator ind tractor. He was taken to the Algona hospital for x-ray pictures nd it was found he was suffering xternal nnd internal bruises, ohip- ed vertebrae and pelvic bone tip- ed. He is spending a few days here with his sister. Mrs. Frank McFall. nnd is tinder the care of his physician. Returns From East Mrs, E. C. Weisbrod. Stanley Munch nnd Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Welsbrod and family and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Weisbrod and daughter and Ethel Weisbrod and FYnnces Hend- rlckson. the latter of Ringstcd, spent Sunday with relatives at Klemme. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kyhl entertained at dinner Sunday their daughter, Ella of Mason City and their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Holldorf and twin daughters. June and Jean of Cey Ion. Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Osborn and son. Roger, went to Spencer on Thursday to visit at the Glenn Barrier home. Mrs. Barrier and her children. Bonnie and Pruce accompanied them home for n visit until Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Knocken- muss of Sioux Falls. S. D., spent from Wednesday until Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Art Bleckwenn.'\Vhile here the Bleckwenns and Knock- enmuss family spent several days UNION VISITORS OFF FOR HOME Ignatius Wernerts Honored at Social Functions During Stay Union: Mr. and Mrs. Ignatius Wernert left Monday morning for went to Fort Dodge Tuesday to meet the lattcr's daughter. Florence who had been attending summer school at Columbia University. En- route home Florence visited Mrs. Paul Cosgrove. better known here as Mathilda Newel, at Waynesburg. Pennsylvania. At Elgin Celebration Mr. nnd Mrs. Philip Wander visited relatives in Clermont and Elgin from Friday to Sunday and also attended the 75th anniversary of the town of Elgin at a home coming. Clermont. which is in the eastern part of the state, is Mr. Wander's birthplace. fishing at Okoboji. The Will Eimers entertained the following at dinner Sunday: Mr. •\nd Mrs. Henry Berghofer and family. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Willrett nnd family. Supper guests included the Merle Culbertson family of Lone Rock. H. L. Mawdsley of San Mateo Mrs. Elsie Dreyer and daughters ,orena nnd Dorothy, were Algona visitors Friday. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Huskamp spent Sunday at Pilot Knob which is east of Forest City. A new closed porch is being built for Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Kluss nnd one for Mr. and Mrs. William Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Crouch ni-.d family were Sunday dinner guests of the Roscoo Mawdsley family at California, came last week Thursday for an extended visit here with relatives in Burt. Algona and Fenton. On Wednesday he was n dinner guest of his sister. Mrs. Earl Crouch and family. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dreyer anc daughters. Ruth nnd Alvina. drove to Des Moines Saturday morning Their daughter. Alice, who is taking nurses' training in the Lutheran hospital there, returned home with them to visit over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Weisbrod and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schlei were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Backhouse of Manly. The Backhouses are friends the former people met while on their farm tour to the south last winter. A family get-together was held at the John Ruhnke home Sunday. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Pert! and family. Mr. and Mrs. Fred 1 Dan. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dreyer and daughters and Mr. and Mrs Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Chrischillon and son. Ronald were Sunjiy afternoon visitors at th: Clare-ice Menz home. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wegener entertained Mr. and W. V. Yager and Mr. and Mrs. George Yager at dinner Sunday. A. P. Peterson left Saturday night for Algona and from there took a bus to Des Moines to visit relatives and attend the state fair. Ruth Dreyer left for Des Moints Thursday to visit her sister, Alice and to attend the stat_> fait, will return home Sundav. Sht The E. J. Frank family and the Churlcs Newel family and Genevieve Newel went on a picnic at the City Park in Fairmont, Minn recently. Hev. H. D. Stahmer and George Slems went to LuVerne Monday to attend an annual Lutheran church Walter Bierstedt and family. Clarence Yager. Herman Rhode nnd Harold Geronsin went to Chicago Wednesday where Clarence visited Walter Laack. Harold visiting his g.randparents. Mr. and Mrs Peter Willadsen. and Herman visited friends. They returned home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyers of this place and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hansen and daughter. Sheila Ann of Titonka drove to Sulphur Springs which is south of Storm Lake, Sun- family. family. . s. Meyers were roommates at school. , Mrs. Struthers and Mrs Mrs. Srtuthers and Mrs thcir home after two weeks with relatives here and in Algona. They were guests of honor nt a one o'clock dinner one day last week at the F. S. Thompson home. Other guests included Mr. and Mrs. I. Wernert of Algona, parents of Ignatius and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Leason and Mary Carol of Union. Mr. Wernert is a nephew of Mrs. Thompson. Emmilene Allg. Whlttemore, Is a guest this week of Betty Stoffel. She returned home Monday morning. Mary Carol Leason visited a few days this week with her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thomp-->n. Mrs. Louis Bode, sons Robert and Donald and daughter Joan and Mrs. John Lnmuth spent Wednesday in Fort Dodge with relatives. Charles Graham of Wesley and Louis Bode drove to Winnebago, Minn.. Tuesday of this week and called at the Sam Zentner home. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Bailey, their daughter. Mrs. Kenneth Wight anc her two sons. Dickie and Bob attended a Gardner family reunion at the Hugh Raney home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Stoffel drove to Fort Dodge Wednesday for a visit with Father Davern and Miss Hatipcrt, a niece of Mrs. Stoffel. who keeps house for Father Davern. Anthony and Gertrude Stoffel returned Sunday from a couple of weeks spent at Dubuque. Chicago and Joliet. 111. Anthony took his vacation from his duties at the Nelson hardware store. Their cousin. Sylvia Budde of Joliet, accompanied them home for a visit. were Sunday guests at the home o Mrs. Elizabeth Amesbury fn Al gona. Earl Gesme of Lake Mills spent the past week here visiting: his two cousins, Sterling and Loren Lease. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Braley drove to Iowa City to spend the day at the home of their son, Dr. Alson Braley and family. Mr. and Mrs. Art Haverly of Bloomer, WIs., enjoyed a several days visit over the week end with Haverly relatives over the week end. Miss Bernlce DeBoer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Claus DeBoer, and forest Eckles, son of Mr. and Mrs. Penn Eckles, were married Thursday. Mrs. H. P. Engen of Swea City spent the greater part of last week here at the homes of her son, Paul and daughter, Mrs. Clarence Don ovan. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hansen anc family, north of town, returned home Friday from a week's vlsll at the home of the Walter Andersons at Wlndom, Minn. The Julius Kunz family left early Sunday morning for Manchester where they were to meet the Mrs. Ruth B. Kunz family of Madison for a get-together for the day. Mr. and Mrs, Perry of California spent several hours here during the past week visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Hopkins. The Percys formerly lived In Cleveland, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. John Llcktelg and amlly, Mr. and Mrs. Lou Lickteig and family and Gordon and Alvln Loeblg and Miss Agnes Llcktelg of Greeley, Kansas, enjoyed a picnic at West Bend Sunday. Miss Mabel Cecil Stage arrived In Wesley Sunday from her home In Grinnell to be in readiness for the opening of school here Monday, Aug. 30. She is rooming at the Frank Kouba, Jr., home. Mrs. Emry enjoyed a visit from her mother of near Davenport from Tuesday until Sunday of last week. Their son, Gregor, returned home here following a visit with relatives and friends at Davenport. Miss Ruth Haverly had charge of the household duties at the Loc- >lg home during the absence of that amily last week while at Llsmore, rilnn., attending the funeral of his brother, Frank Loebig. Wesley Buttermaker Host To Creamery Men From District Wesley: Paul G. Engen and wife were hosts to a sectional meeting of buttermakcrs Thursday at their 'lome here, which was very well attended. A dozen women spent the afternoon at the house and bridge vas the diversion while 20 men attended the business at the cream- MARVEL UTILITY KNIFE A Good Value at 25e Blade hu One «aw tooth edge for cutting bird or rough trait*, refetablei end Oil WRh PurehaM of C«m- We'§ DeLinetpaHi Plun An Unbelievable Offer Up To $16.80 Oil Value , flih, etc. Sale A* %f v ABSOLUTELY FREE , . Price, while they hurt CREST TRUCK TIRE In addition we offer FREE Pennsyl- INNER TUBE ONLY „— .._.~ .uui.iuii»it. a u L auiiuui. fci.ni*cu me uusiiiuss ac me cream- Mr, and Mrs. Hugo Faulstich Mr I cry offic e where a fine program was and Mrs. Emil Bierstedt and Her-1 en -*°>' ed ' Buttermaker Roetman of mnn f~!nr!ci attnn.ln*! « f i - Rllpt tnll*0H t\r\ A.«tn.v.n»: n e*i_t conference, delegate. Mr. Sicms went as a Ernest Vottler took his parents, Mr. anil Mrs. Robert Votteler and Mrs. Anrnold Hantelrmm and M. D. Wehr.spunn to Clenr Lalse Friday on business. Mrs. \V J. Donvmre. Mi.<s Jennie Thompson run! Mrs. Alien of Burt visited the pnnnry department of the M. E. .Sinnl'iv Sciiool here Sunday. -\f. I-:. Riirvviish ami rhildten I M.iynard nnd Sarah.. 1, ft for !'e,, m ! ! Ill Thur.srlay to v: ,it le! itivcs. visit ie!-.itive^ ;it I F Yoi 1 are looking for top- perfonmtiH-e from your modern motor it will"pay you to look for the nt-aiest Tydol pump. There you will finj a modern motor hid ik-Mgin-i! to do not one but t hree different jobs. I'nlikeold-iinic gasolines that simply (7r/ lt , your car,Tydol .uuially ,,/'/>• and cleans all the cl.-si-fit- ting, fast-moving parts of today's high-coiiipri^ion motor. Every Big (jallon of Tydol contains an extlu- sive top-cylinder oil plus a special cleaning agent. Working together these two i:\tru in\lrvdiv,its provide extra protect it,n to vahes and pistons. They hold heat, friction and carhon down t.) a minimum and hoost peifonuance to a iiia\imum. I.ook for triple-action from every Uiji Gallon. You'll uct ii at every Tydol l'i'nip at the same [nice you now pay for ordinary Thi'.v will also I>invi!!f. HI. I-M Cnctsil, of Hoii.stu:i, Tex-is, -pent la.it week with th,- George ;i»-' -ill ;,nd Kiehard ( loethch families and with Agr.es Coitsil). He 1.1 tin ir cousin. Miss Genevieve N'ewel of Cieve- l.ind. Oliio. came Wednesday for a week's visit here with her father, George Newel nnd her sister, Mrs! K. J. Frank and family. Mr. and Mrs. Kern Eleriek of Alta visited the Alfred Meyers family Saturday night enroute home from Bemidji, Minn., where they spent a week's vacation. Mrs. Carrie Haase and daughter, Pearl and son, Gail, went to Algona .Sunday where they will make their future home. G-nl will enter hi«h school there this fall. Mr. and Mrs. John Fischer and children of Manchester spent from .Saturday to Tuesday visiting Mrs. H'l.x her'.-, brother-in-law and .sister j Mr. and Mr:-;, f'harles Bltrkwenn. : Kiu;<-n.- Wegener. ,on of Mr. and !Mi.. U'.,li,-r Wi-Kener .Mihnutted to j a ^lind operatiuii at Wlutternorc . !^i.-.t «•-<,! He wa.-, :-,itfeni,g from an .ittviii.ath of thr „ a/let fever. I I-.'iU K'.Mil „( .Ma-.,n City :.p,.. n t a : w.-.-i: li.-r,- -..nh h.-i' t ,,u-. nt., .\lr. man Gnde attended a funeral of Mrs. Vigar Larsen in Rockwell City Sunday. Mrs. Larsen was electrocuted when she pulled the plug of the washing machine with wet hands. She was a cousin of Mrs. Bierstedt, Mrs. Faulstich and Mr Gade. Mr. and Mrs. Reno Lundquist and son. Jimmy of Clarissa, Minn visited at the Peter Hayenga home from Saturday night to Sunday night. Mrs. Lundquist is a niece of Mr. Hayenga. Other dinner guests Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Haase and daughter. Shirley. From here the Lundquists went to Des Moines to visit relatives. Four Corner News The Harvey liaths. LuVerne. and the HowiriJ Williams were guests at tile Kverett Witlnrn home for uj'lii'f la it Sunday evening. The John Salmi and Edward Rich .unilK-s were .Sunday dinnt r guests of the (.'nil HjLi-trorns at the And- i'ew Bju.strom home near Whit- tcmore. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Klotcr left for Illinois last week Wednesday to attend the annual Lowman reunion The Xicker.ion family held a reunion at the Lurhl Fe.wler home near Ringstcd .Sunday. They went to see J. P. Nif'kersoM's sister, Mrs Lillie Moffet of Pontiae. III. She fame to Algona one day iaat week but went on to Minnesota to visit relatives. Others present were- the Louis Lowmans, Jr.. Algona; the Arthur Alexanders and J. P. Nicker- sons. also near Algona. and the Aijelt Meyers from near Ringsted. Mrs. Moffet came home with the Nickersons for a visit and intends Burt talked on Automatic Stokers and Martin Bleich of Titonka gave a talk on Iowa Coal. The group were fortunate in having a Mr Fingers of Oxford. Mississippi, present who very interestingly compared southern and northern methods of creamery work. Mr. Fingers was manager of the creamery at Whlttemore 13 years ago. Other out-of-tho-district visitors were H Kloock of Garner, and a Mr. Wiley of Mason City who represented the Iowa State Brand Creameries. Ralph Bartlett of Whlttemore, president of the group, presided at the meeting. A pot luck lunch was served at the Engen home at the supper hour. Towns represented were Em- nietsburg. Lone Rock. Ringsted Huthven. Swea City, Whlttemore, Algona. Bancroft. Titonka, Garner, Burt, and Wesley. FREE! 1 Pound Gamble's DeLtue Coffee With C Quart, of nble 1 * Super Quality 00^ Pure Penn OH The fined lubnotlni ofl . SpecUi Sile Off 1 Lb. Can Gamble . DeUne Coffee FREE i NEW LIGHTNINQ TMUDTIMES J-H * II ..... »•« lm»c Tub. 1»* ••°°»" ..... »M Inner Tub. l»c All TITM ImUlted FUEE 5 QUARTS 100% PURE PENN OIL WITH PURCHASE OF EACH CREST PASSENGER CAR TIRE Stie 4 PI. Siu 4 pi, •ALE PRICES ON BATTERIES "r pUI «, S * O for Ford, Chei.. Plr., and other po»- uUr cara. IS month guarantee, ft m a>% am Bictumce ,. *4.39 M-pUM Tim Chief ft*, wtee Aaaemblr. BI..M.** M-pUte Tl»r Chief ft bra* can. jf^i, , j-| PERFECTO CAN C .INER A $1.00 Value Operate* eisilr.'LeiTei « smooth edge that cannot nt ILK"* tand§ -.|" gf ; '-* . Sale Price to leave today for her home Herman DeBocr arrived home 01 Tuesday from California, where In has been for .sur.ie time. Mis.s Agnes Johnson spent the past week at the home of tier uncle I'avid Johnson near Corwith. Mr. and Mrs. John Ameshury .^Suffere'rs of STOMACH ULCERS *£ HYPERACIDITY DEFINITE RELIEF OR MONEY BACK THE WIIXARD TREATMENT hu brought prompt, deflnluj relief to H. BORCHAKUT -Mr->. SALC ON "B" BATTERIES Pruh »tock. Guaranteed performance. Royblue Kej. L U ,«^e, fl "'^'.89« Tiger Hear? Dutr'*B" Icrjr. Sale Price j Floor Sample* and Demonstrator CORONADO REFRIGERATORS ™. conon tat they are •old with our rem- w -L el '. t **X tot IWMtee. To. can sow ban awffbtaoot 193S CORONADO AC CONSOLE tt.7* Per Wea4C PayaM. M SCHOOL DAY SPECIAL A $3.00 ValiM A wrlal watch that will thrill the heart of any DOT or firU Haa chrome plated caae, Incram moTament aad leather itran. *«| A M Special Oflir..*1.98 SALE ON MIXING BOWLS A beautiful aet of «hr«m tlaaa mliini bowkt Sat flt one within the other. * elue. ,0ft at 4. Bate MM HANDSOME WRtST WATCH WITH EACH Jid&w BICYCLE — Watch Ha* Chrome Plated Case. Ingram Movement and Leather Strap. __•«•*.> Bike i. complrtelr itreamlined In e.err detail. Haa ail the neveal features. Boy'J OT fiifl'B M(w4*l C.I. n-I-I iM-t&Uv. ALARM CLOCK „ SPECIAL * Hew modern dealxn. Guaranteed mowment A real nlueatthla OAe* Special Sale Price O 9 V ! I Hoenk Motor Service 1 SlalnniT'l !l !i f It, | (J-. j '(,'«• KiMay for [ v. i: id hi-r le« j • .•)•! 11:;.' while I . till in a rasl. j \\uilai.-e Muuriccj FORT DEARBORN HOTEL -1 .50 West of Court House H. L. Hoenk Algona, Iowa ii.d naught.-i-., '.-i-ited at the Alvin I'Dti.,!/. l.'aue near Lull* Creek on j .Sunday 10 make the acquaintance ' of In. i'otiat/.'., i. L ..v b.iljy girl, Bc-r- j uii i- Jiae. IJKIII Friday. August tj. j Mr. au'J Mr.-i. Kunl frank and | ! in.iiy and Mr and Mrs. Chaa. j.\'v.'.cl .iiKi f.iuuiy ,,,,d (Jt-ntvieve Piione 391 Xe 1 - 1 . el .-pent Knday evening ut tlie. Lcl-ioy .\',;v.ei home in Hartley. wiu-ri.- liiey were ciili-rtainud at dinner. Mi v Kls,ic Ijreycr and children, Kay I.uiena, Hurold and Uurultiy dnjVe lo (jjelioldt Sunday to i>te tile Ad.un.j raiieli. Tiie ranch 1:011- :>lol.) o! lijijOU acrej and tilcy du ail yram tanning, usina 2\> trac- tur». 550 KOO.US HtOM STOVE PIPE AND SUPPLIES SeU-Lackin« Store Pipe •* * •*'-' .'.'.'.'.'.'.'.' 'tit r'a Inauraoce ««ainat Fire. Theft and Tornado aad hiae lock included at thia price, Purchaw of Caronado Paint Now and Save! Htodal Powsr Washlnt bar. paiat.Wia your bnildlaipj i Under new management this 18-story fireproof building is being completely remodeled and refurnished . . . Every convenience, including running ice water in every room . . . New air conditioned Coffee Shop serving excellent food at lowest prices. e ' LA SALLC & VAN BUREN STREETS Opposrt* LA SALLE STREET STATION GAMBLE STORES 1 MHHHi^HH Bud Barnard, Managing Partner OWNED BY CHICAGO II /el It wos costinq us money not to have a Telephone this Farmer iai|f II "I was without a telephone on my farm for over & year. My wife and I talked it over and we decided it was costing iu money rather than taving iu money to go without it. I'm right here to tell you it •aves a lot of running around in a month'* time." inch •r. tka. ..rvlc. for a Uft*i««.
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