The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 2, 1937 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 2, 1937
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Mr*. A. D. BlAflchard returned on Tuesday from Fairmont where she had spent a week visiting. Jam** Bishop and Harbin Sigs- Bee drove to Dea Moines, Sunday to attend the Iowa State Fair. Mowc ' employed i at the Algona hotel, spent the week , Illinois, with friends. attend They plan to Mr. and Mrs. Albert IS. Orooters and 'daughter, Carol, spent the week end at Kesley visiting Mrs. Groot- «rs' uncle,. John Bode. MM. €fiet Wldiaim entertained Lowe. Omega McGrath and f»^cket at a dinner at her nom«, Ttilsday evening. Mr; *ia Mrs. W. J. Becker and fans, Billy and Dickie, left Friday for two weeks In Denver with Mr. and Mrs. Forest Putney. Mrs. SUiry of Algona and her niece, Maxlne Fraser of Burl returned to Algona last week, Thursday, from a six weeks' visit with relative* at Delta and Pueblo, Col- oradp; *;.••-. Mill. Charte* DuCharm of Orosse Point. Farms near Detroit, Michigan, wlH arrive Saturday to attend the wedding of Madonna Qulnn and to *J*& her Parents, Mr. and Mrs. " Ric"e. r. Lunstrom and children or Bittl' are spending this week end .with Mrs. Lunstrom'a mother Mrs. Andrew Godfredson. Mr. and Mrs. Lundstrom attended the state fair last week. Mrs. Ruth Dickinson Hunter left -; Sunday for Des Moines where she plan to spend the next few months. Her son, Linn, remained in Algona with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Dickinson. Mrs. Ruth Look and Mr. and airs. Robinson and Pauline Marsh of Mason City and Mr. and Mrs. Jepson were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs, L. C. Hanson. Pauline Is Mrs. Hanson's daughter. Maurice McEvoy returned home for a visit, Wednesday morning, from Chicago, where he has been taking a course in mechanical and electrical drafting at the Chicago Technical School. He is also work- Ing for his board in a hospital there. He expects to remain here for about a week. The Bev. and Mrs. M. C. Campbell moved the first of the week to Ottum*a where Mr. Campbell will be in charge of the Church of the Nazarene. The Campbells chme here early last winter. Norma Jean Rankle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Runkle, of Spencer, spent last week visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Crawford. Mrs. CrawfoVd and Mrs. Rankle are sisters. Marilyn and Sammy Abel of Wichita were week end guests of Mary Elizabeth Godden. They were on their way home after spending the summer in a cottage at Hayward's Bay on Lake Okoboji. Donna Jean Reeves returned to Lake Mills Friday to attend school there. She spent the summer with Godfredson and .will live with her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Samp during the school year. A. H. Stock left Tuesday for Havanna, North Dakota, to spend a few days looking after some farm- Ing interests. Enroute he stopped at Spirit Lake for a visit with his sister. He 'Spent a few days there last week. Dorothy Wilson went to Lake Mills; Sunday, for a month with her parents and two sons. She has sold her beauty shop to Edna Gllmore, and on her return will establish another beauty parlor In the down town district. Mr. and Sirs. N. C. Rice have It's Canning Time at Long's Food Shop Buy your Colorado Peaches now. They are delicious and just the right size for pickling or sauce. Pears and Prunes are also in their prime for canning. Tempt the family with Choie Cold Meat Cuts. You'll find a wide selection in our meat department. Big, ripe, juicy Mus- atine Watermelons, hot or cold. Remember our red coupons. Get them with every purchase. LONG'S Food Shop Phone 214-215 We Deliver leased the Mrs. Sadie Frankl house on South Minnesota street, where they will make their home until the first of the year. The past few weeks they have been occupying the A. H. Stock home. Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Moore and son, Stanley, left Tuesday on their return trip to San Antonio, Texas, after a month's visit in Algona at the home of Mrs. Moore's brother, J. W. Haggard, and with other relatives and friends. Dorothy Whitney, who has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Whitney, for the past three weeks, will leave Saturday for Proctor, Minnesota, to resume her position of teaching English and Latin In the Proctor high school. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bishop and daughters, Margaret and Ruth, drove to Iowa Falls, Sunday and attended a picnic and meeting of the Northwestern Railroad agents of the northern Jpwa division. Mr. Bishop is the local depot agent on that railroad line. Opal Cronan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Cronan, will leave on Sunday to go to Elmhurst, Illinois, where she teaches the fourth grade in one of the Elmhurst schools. Opal took a post graduate course at the Iowa State Teachers' College at Cedar Falls this summer. Mr. and Mrs. Holman C. Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brandt spent the week end in Des Moines and attended the Iowa State Fair. Mr. Anderson is one of the proprietors at the Anderson Jack Sprat grocery and Mr. Brandt is a alesman for the Decker Company. Roy McMahon and Gordon Dewel drove to Minneapolis last week end to bring home the formers mother, Mra. Nellie McMahon, who had been visiting relative* in Minneapolis for two weekr. They Had taken a trip to Duluth and Two Ar- Mrs. Esther Helberg returned on Sunday from a visit with relatives in the southern part of this state. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Samson and Mr. and Mrs. Vic Parsons attended the Iowa State Fair during the week end. Envin Braner In spending a week's vacation with his parents. He will return to school Sunday at Mason City. Mrs. K. Vanghan will le*ve the last of the week for a visit with relatives and friends in Monona, her old home town. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Etherington returned Saturday from a three weeks' visit with relatives in and near Flint, Michigan. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Buck have moved in from the country and are located in the apartments in the Montour house on McGregor street. Mr. and Mrs. Everyl Adams are the proud parents of a baby girl born at the Kossuth hospital last Sunday. This is their second daughter. Dr. and Mrs. M. G. Bourne left Saturday and returned Tuesday from Des Moines, where they attended the Iowa State Fair, and visited friends. Fred Kent, Jr., will leave next Monday to enroll as a freshman at Kemper Military Academy, In Missouri, taking a general academic college course. W. C. McDougall drove to Mason City, Sunday, to get Mrs. MacDougall and little son, Bobbie, who had been visiting relatives there the past several days. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Anderson returned Friday after a vacation at Pine River, Minnesota. They have spent the entire summer at Lake Wabedo, In a cottage. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Behnkn of Bennett, Iowa, and their daughter, Elaine, spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Butler. Mrs. Behnke and Mrs. Butler are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Groves and two daughters of Forest City ar- The Algona Upper Des Koines, Algona, Iowa, Sept. 2, 1937 Mr. and Mrs. Paul Zerfnm left Monday and will spend a week's vacation In Chicago. Roma Smith Is the new office girl employed by Laing & Muckey. plumbing and heating. Durwood Baker is visiting at Kanawha this week at the home of Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Stewart. Mrs. Stewart Is Durwood's aunt Uoyd and Merle Pratt and Bad and Ida Halpin and Betty Hllateadt drove to Des Moines, Sunday, to attend the Iowa State Fair. Judge W. B. Quarton spent from Monday until Wednesday at Ada, Minnesota, last week. He drove there on a business mission. Beulah Hartshorn, Eunice Feeley, Omega McGrath, Bernlce Storm, and Helen Corey spent the week end In a cottage at Lake Okobojl. Mrs. W. A. Foster and daughter, Mary, went to Arlington, Sunday, to visit the formers sister, Mrs. C. E. Flower. They returned, Mon- LIVERMOREBOY GETS PROMOTION Herbert Eaney Goes To Manly, Principal and Coach day. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Aalfs will rows in northern Minnesota, and Port Arthur and Fort William in Canada. Mr*. L. E. Llnnan returned la*t Thursday from Okobojl where she had spent the past month. Mr. Linnan drove to the lake Wednesday and brought her home. They were accompanied by Mrs. Llnnan's niece, little Sheila Wassenberg of St. Paul, and Mr. Llnnan's nephew, Jack Llnnan of Fort Dodge, who had been their guests for a few days at the lake. Sheila returned to St. Paul Sunday with her aunt, Margaret Reardon, and Alice Doran of St. Paul, who came after her Saurday and were guests at the Llnnan home. Mr. Linnan took Jack home Tuesday while enroute to Ames on business. rived here Sunday for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Moe. Mr. Groves and Mrs. Moe are brother and sister. Mr. and Mrs. B. X. Gay of near Sioux City left for their home near Sioux City Tuesday morning after a week with County Agent and Mrs. A. L. Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Gay are Mrs. Brown's parents. R. L. Maxwell recently sold his 82-acre farm west of Algona to Joe Kramer, who has been farming south of the city on the Bob Stewart place. Kramer will take possesion next March first. Mrs. Earl Mason was here from Jackson, Minnesota, the first part of the week attendng to the packing of the household goods. On Monday, she left for Jackson, where Mr. Mason is in business. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hackbarth, Mr. and Mrs. Will Buenger, Mrs. Louise Hlntz, Mr. and Mrs. Max Bast, Alma Bast and Rev. P. J. Braner attended the mission festival of the Lutheran church at LuVerne, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bourne of Algona and Rev. and Mrs. Allen Wood of Good Hope, and Miss Warner and Miss Whitney of Burt returned Monday after a Week's vacation In a cottage on Pelican Lake, Minnesota. Mcllnd* Erdmmn spent the week end at the John Jennings home at Whlttemore. She is employed at spend the week end at Battle Creek visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Trindle. The women are sisters. Mrs. C. B. Murtagh and daughter, Betty, and son, James, and Bob Harrington drove to Des Moines on Wednesday to attend the Iowa State Fair. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Barry returned recently from a trip to St Paul, where they had visited a cousin of Mrs. Barry's and the Wisconsin Dells. Mr. and Mrs. Phil J. Dorweller and son, Junior of Fort Dodge and their guest, Jack Bourre of Chicago visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Duffy, Monday. Virginia Arn left for Fort Dodge Monday evening and returned Wednesday after a short vacation spent with her family. She is employed In the Sorensen Drug store. Mrs. Roy Chrlstensen and son, Bobble, of Graettlnger were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joel Livermore: Herbert Raney, whosi parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ran ey, live south of town, who was elected to teach at Luana again this year, has resigned that post tlon, to accept one as principal am athletic coach at Manly. This Is a substantial promotion over the one previously elected to and Herb's many friends here wii be glad to hear of his success. He graduated from the Livermore high school before attending and graduating from Upper Iowa. Herbst, Wednesday. Mrs. Chrlsten- sen and Mrs. Herbst are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. James Elbert and daughter, Shirley, will spend the week end at a cottage at Clear Lake with Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Perkins of Cedar Rapids, and Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Blake of Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Cook, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johannsen, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Muckey, and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Teeters spent the week end at Des Moines and attending the Iowa State Fair. F. W. Beckwlth arrived from Chicago on the bus, Tuesday evening. He visited Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Allen there. Mrs. Allen Is his daughter. He makes his home here with another daughter, Mrs. G. C. Yoeman. O. W. Erickson will take his wife to Minneapolis, Saturday, from where she will go to Rhinelander, Wlcsonsin, by train for a visit of several weeks with her mother, Mrs. Isabelle Wesley and other relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Jacobson were guests of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jacobson at the Raymond Reid home here. Virgil Jennings also spent the week end at his home. He is employed at the Chris Long farm. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Yoeman and the former's sister, Adra Yoeman and Glen Johnson of Emmetsburg drove to Des Moines to attend the state fair, ployed at the Mr. Yoeman is em- Gamble store, and The Comedy of the Missing Blonde in the Scantie Starts iWed., Sept. 15 Gary Grant Connie Bennett in "TOPPER" with Roland Young Biilie Burke CALHV Jo*. Aetiif. of. HAY FEVER ASTHMA Aathma wis known aa <arly as the lecond ctatury A.D.* What was not known then lad la nil! unknown ia why certain m dmduala ar« alfactad by certain >ubeunte» which bring on the aathmatic attack It u will known (hat * majority al cttci of aathma art ol the alUr|ic type: that n these cawa can aland certain tubiiancci up to < certain point, but uhan that point 11 paawl the attack bcfina. Drop into your drag alert and (el an inicrtatini (older on aithma ahawing principle oftendinf >ub- ntancc* arrangtd in the order of thc.r important:*. Bf atu* %nd try Cattn (or relief fro™ d>»aje r «e*k'e tyrnptomi ol aalhma. InaUt on only fcnuina CAL.IN' Man/ i^ifrrcrs jte Betting reiiaf by uaing it. II yow favorite drug start cannot mpply you, write WOOD V. A»e. ( Ch.oc*o Adra is stenographer for D. L. McDonald. Frank K*N<T, Aljtonu, and Albert Esser, Mrs. Henry Fclder and Mrs. Matt Krebsbach, all of Whlttemore, brothers and sisters, left early Tuesday morning for Fargo, North Dakota, where they were called to the bedside of their brother, Mike Esser. who is seriously ill in a hospital. Mr. and Mrs. S. Medln accompanied by Mrs. J. B. Willey drove to Buffalo, Kentucky, Sunday, for a week's vacation. They will return to Cedar Raplda this Sunday where they will be met by Mr. Willey and will attend the wedding of Carl, son of Mr. and Mra. Medin, at Cedar Rapid Dorothy Laurnetta, daughter of Mr. and Mra. Arthur Gade. was baptized Sunday by Rev. P. J. Braner. Mr. and Mrs. Gade entertained at a Sunday dinner In honor of the occasion. Guest* were Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Gade and children of Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Erickson, and Rev. and Mra. P. J. Braner. Csrl Pratt of Haynra, North Dakota, arrived here Sunday to visit his brother, Dennis Pratt. Lloyd Pratt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pratt, has been putting in some extra-active days these past few weeks, connected with electrical jobs at Cedar Falls and Ames that are being handled by the local concern. Kir. and Mrs. George Holtzbauer and daughter. Lorraine Tierney, drove to Nashua Sunday and brought Mrs. Holtzbauer's little grandson, Craig Tierney, home. He has spent three months this summer visiting at the farm home of his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Tobin. Craig will attend the Algona schools. Gladys Poetz, who has been employed at the Kruse-Blossom Insurance Agency for the past two weeks, resigned her position Tuesday, and will be employed in the offices of the Sioux City Seed Company at Mankato, Minnesota. She was employed by that company here until they recently moved their offices to Mankato. Mr. and Mra. Carl Lehmann and daughter, Elfrieda, will leave Algona the last of this week for Murdo, South Dakota. Mr. Lehmann received official transfer to this placn, where he will be employed by the same railroad as engine watchman. Mr. and Mrs. Lehmann and Elfrieda have lived in Algona for the pait eight years. The boy* in tt»e Fred Will family have been having hard luck. Last Saturday, Junior Will, aged 10 years, was riding his pony. The pony rode into a barbed wire fence and cut a ga*h in bis rignt foot which required eight atitche* to clow. The same day hi» older brother, Harley WiU, TO ^^^ cold pack tonaUoM and w Jw* eroded ffitjUpj hi* *nn from the wrirt to ttie Dows for dinner Sunday noon. They drove to Gait later in the day and visited Mrs. Jacobson'a parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Kersey. Mra. Paul Hammll returned Saturday after two wmriu In Mason City with her husband. Paul Hammil is employed by the Leper Jewelry Company. Mrs. Hammil will join her husband as soon as they find a suitable apartment. Mildred Pratt returned Sunday from Ames where she had been a guest of Phyllis Matties. Phyllis had been visiting Algona friends and Mildred went home with her Friday. Phyllis is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mathes. Mr. and .Mrs. Fred Bartholomew and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bartholomew and family returned Sunday from a week's vacation trip to Lake Wir.nibigoshish in northern Minnesota. They returned via Canada, Duluth and the Twin Cities. Dr. and Mrs. Harry McCorkle took Mrs. A. M. Jasperson to Mason City Saturday and visited until Sunday with Mrs. V. E. Young. Mrs. Young and Mrs. McCorkle are the daughter of Mrs. Jasperson, and the latter will visit at the Young home this week. Mrs. Leo Daughan and children, Rosemary and Leo, Jr., arrived on Sunday from their home in Chicago for a week's visit with Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Daughan. Leo Daughan will come Saturday, and take hla family home Monday. The Messrs. Daughans are brothers. Rita Dooley will arrive Friday from Des Moines, and she and her sister, Imelda, will leave Friday night for a visit with their brother, William at West Bend, Wisconsin. They will be there until after Labor Day. They are the children of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Dooley. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bloom and son, Dickie, and Mrs. George Kohl of Union township, will drive to the Twin Cities Sunday and will stay until Wednesday. Mr. Bloom is going on a business trip and to visit relatives. Mrs. Kohl will visit her sons, George, Harvey and Dick. Bill Barry drove over to Charles City. Wednesday, to see Steve Johnson, also known as Steve Finn, who formerly lived here, and is now the boss of Ringling Bros. & Barnum and Bailey's horse division. Bill says he slipped away for a vacation last week and we didn't even know it, but we'll catch up with him now. He brought his daughter, Betty, and her son back with him Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Devlne nre enjoying a visit from their daughter, Mrs. Harley Hogatt and son Tommy. The Hogatts live nt Rapid City, S. D. Mr. and Mrs. James Elder and daughter, Irene, enjoyed a family gathering at Spencer last Sunday at the home of a brother, John Elder and family. An Interesting visitor In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Zigrang during the week was Miss Mary Berry of Van Horn. Miss Berry was a former member of the Livermore faculty at the time that Mrs. Zigrang was, who was then Miss Choquette. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Howard, who have been spending the summer at Pine River, where they have a cottage, have returned to their home here. Irvin Howard and wife of Pine River were also here during the week visiting at the homes of relatives. Word has been received from Mrs. John Tuttle, who has been on a western trip during the summer months that she is now in Nevada. Mrs. Tuttle has been visiting in the states of Oregon and Washington, most of the time. She will be home in the early fall. Word has come of a position that has been accepted by Miss Patricia Goodenough in Des Moines where she will work for the National Screen Service Corporation. Miss Goodcnough Is well fitted for the position, is a graduate of the Livermore high school, attended A. I. B. in Des Moines, and also Park College In Illinois. Miss Anna Altman who has left for Humboldt to resume duties as a teacher on that faculty, entertained a group of women at her home Wednesday. Bridge was enjoyed, with prizes going to Mesdames Ted Wagner, Max Gronbach, George Lenertz and Herman Pooch. The hostess served refreshments assisted by her sister, Miss Lena. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Smith who were forced to quit the cafe business here last week when the Carrell cafe, which they were operating was destroyed by fire, have leased the coffee shop in the former hotel building here which was recently vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Outknecht, when they moved to Spencer, arid expect to b« ready to open for business Saturday, Sept. The Rev. and Mrs. Schlie of Batavia, 111., who have been spending some time in the home of her parents here, with Mr. and Mrs. John Hohenberger, have returned to their home. Other guests in the Hohenberger home wee Ms C. O. Gustafson and daughters who have concluded their stay, leaving for Rushmore, Minn., where they will visit tin 1 father of Mrs. Gustafson before returning to their home in Minneapolis. The town tavern has been doing a rushing business during the past week, being the only eating place in town sines the burning of the Carrell cafe, and the closing of the hotel. The tavern, which is operated by Mr. and Mrs. Fred Falb have added to their force during the past week, Miss Myrtle Torgerson of Bode, Mrs. Frank Telshaw and Miss Elizabeth Lentsch of Livermore. Dale Falb is taking a vacation from his duties there and his place is filled by Delmar McEn taffer. Henry Kutscharas, St. Benedict Folks, Off for Black Hills St. Benedict: Henry Kutschara nccompnnied by Aug. Husrhka, Joseph Witte and Hillis Beisch, left early Monday morning by auto for sight tr 'P in Potato King Is 111 Irvington: Artie Curran. more commonly known aa the "potato king" of south Kossuth, has not been in the best of health at his home southeast of Galbraith. His many friends, however, wish him a very speedy recovery. for a City. few days' visit from Mason Dr. and Mrs. Arlo D. Adiiitu, of Dea Moines returned to their home Wednesday. While here they were Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bakken spent the week end at Boone visiting her mother, Mrs. Laura Engebretson. J. B. Johnston, Sr., moved into hi* old office over the Iowa State Bank, today, where he will continue to handle his insurance business. The Stanley Johnsons are enjoying a visit, several days this week, of Gertrude Waurich of Chicago and Elizabeth Schadu of Sisseton, South Dakota. Both are on their way to Burke, S. D., where they teach in the city schools. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Nugent and two sons will return to their home in Chicago this week end. Mrs. Nugent and sons have been here all during the month of August, and Bill has been here for two weeks. They have been visiting their respective parents. Mrs. W. D. Nugent and Mr. and Mrs. frank Dingley. Mrs. Nugent will be remembered us Zada Dingley. right guests of Mr. and Mra. H. VV. Pietch and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sorenaen. They recently sold their Algona home to D. R. Monlux, nnd were here to dispose of their furniture. Dr. and Mrs. Adams have recently moved into their new home in Des Moines, which they purchased The house was pictured in last Sunday's Des Moines Register. Mm. E. L. DeZellar and sou, Jim my, returned Monday evening from Duluth, Minnesota. Mrs. DeZellar had been there for a month visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Greeley, and Jimmy had visited with them during the entire sum mer. The last two weeks of their visit was spent at Pikes Lake in northern Minnesota. Mrs. Greeley and daughter*, Helen and Agnes, the latter a nurse on the Navajo TndtAct »A^)rVa\tiOIL a& f rtUMk ArlaV ona, came to visit at the DeZellar home for a week. Absolutely Year's Top in Fun i The hilarious story of a pair of silk scanties in a staid banker's home life. Filmed with t.'ick camera. "TOPPEB" Cary Grant Bouuid Young Connie Bennett BUlle Burke Wed.Thurs., Sept. 15-16 CALL THEATEE Black Hills and Yellowstone Park. Nick Raskopf left Monday for Des Moines. where he attended the state fair for several days. Mrs. Hnrry Simmons and son of Algona spent last Thursday with her sister, Mrs. E. F. Arndorfcr. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bowman and family of Algona were Sunday callers at the Frank Eisenbarth »ome. Mrs. Clara Erdmann left Tuesday for her home «at Denver. Colo after visiting here for the past month. Mr. and Mrs. Bucks and family, vho were employed at the Glen Roand farm for the past year, mov- »d to Algona Saturday. Elma Grandgenett, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Jrandgenett, entered the Algona ilgh school Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Watson of 'itonka and Mrs. Watson's sister t sister at St. Francis convent, Du' mque, called on Mrs, Anna Husch:a Monday evening. Clarence Arndorfer, alters Lorraine and Mary Ann returned on Saturday from Milwaukee nnd Beaver Dam, Wis., where they had pent the week with relatives. Al Rosenmeyer and Mrs. Franks Stephenson drove to Bradford and Waterloo, Tuesday. They vis- ted relatives of the Huschkas at Jradford and onto Waterloo on a uslness mission, returning the ame day. of oats, this year, never losin* a day's work until the o.its were threshed this fall. He Ims worn out severnl mnrhincs during his years of threshing in th» vicinities of Corwith, Britt frys- tnl Lake nnd Woden. Mr.' RJggie has never lost out on time except onre, a few years ago, when he broke his foot while shredding corn. Visits Two Sisters At Irvington Irvington: Sherman Green of Askov. Minn., visited recently with hia sister, nnd niece. Mrs. Alice Duryea and Mrs. Ralph Lage. Mr. Green Is one of Irvington's older pioneers and was born and raised on the old Green place where th« Lnges now- reside. Corwith Man Has Finished 57 Yrs. Steady Threshing Corwitl^-Fnirvicw:. Jake Rfegle f Corwith has just completed 87 years of threshing In Hancock county. Mr. Riggle came to this vicinity 57 years ago and hns operated n threshing machine ever since. He has nlao shclle corn, bnled hay nnd filled silos most of that time. Mr. Riggles was 82 years old Augst 22 and farmed 140 acre? TO HELP MAKE HOME OWNERSHIP EASY ,,. That's the purpose of our organization, directed entirely by Kossutli men. Don't Fail To Visit Our County Fair Booth . . . We'll he glad to soe you and explain any matters of home financing through this organization. Algona Federal Building and Loan Assoc. ALGOXA, IOWA LADIES SUITS Tailored to your own measurements. Come In and see our new Fall Samples REPAIRING REMODELING RELINING CLOPTON The Tailor Phono 38 Over Behlmer's MJ ALWAYS COOL ..^ Two Extra Values 21 c Wed. thru Sat. SECOND FEATURE Hopalong Cassidy "Northof Rio Grande" Sun. - Mon. SECOND FEATURE Stuart Erwin in "Small Town Boy" No. 2 cut GREEN BEANS 9c Gold Toaat Corn Flakes or Wheat Flakes No. 2 standard PEAS 9c Gold Toast Wheat Puffs or Rice Puffs Carol Peanut Butter 52 oz qt. jar 27c Swausdown Cake Flour 25c Milk, tall can two cans for Camay Soap,T7!7 t\vo lutr.s for 13c He Sandwich Filling jx-r.jur ol<i<-n Hantam Corn, 2 X,,. 2 tj n> 21c P. & Or. Soap, 10 bars for __ 39c Oxydol, ]><•!• pkj;. 21c Van (.'amp's Pork & Beans 3 for IGA Potted Meat, 1 1 \vn .")'.'. it'/., tins __ Tomato Juice, • r )0 n/. rail 23c FRESH MEATS Pure Ground Beef . . . . lb. 16c Young Beef Roast lb. 16c Minced Ham lb. 19 C Summer Sausage lb. 22c Dried Beef . . . . j lb. pgk. lOc Salad Dressing qt. jar^C Fresh Fruits and Vegetables THIS IS THE WEEK FOR CANNING Colorado PEACHES Box 89c Also Bushels . GRAPES PRUNES, per lug 85c Baldwin Food Market Your I. G. A. Grocer FREE DELIVERY Phone 355

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