The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 9, 1937 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 9, 1937
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The Algoiia Ppptr Des Molnes. UWUNNAN, FARMER NO. OF _J, PASSES Was 65 Years Old; Rites Held Sept. 4 At Home Seneca: Friends and relatives In this vicinity were sorry to hear of the death of Jerry J. Drinnan, farmer living north of Seneca. Mr. Drinnan passed away Thursday evening. Sept 2, at his home after a long illness of dropsy and complications. Jerry J. Drinnan was born Oct. 29, 1871, at Ottawa, III., and was 65 years, ten months and four days old at the time of his death. He is survived by.his widow, a son, Ralph, a brother, Dan of Kankakee, 111., two sisters, Nora of Chicago and Mada of New York. Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon, Sept. 4, at his home north of Seneca with the Rev. R. R. Irvin of Armstrong In charge. Marty Families Enjoy Reunion LuVerne: The Marty families he! ft family gathering at the Geo. Mar ty home at Clear Lake Sunday. Th Edw. Hofs, Irwin Hofs, Florenc and Alfred Hof and Mrs. Laura Woito went to Mason City Sunday to attend a family reunion at Eas Park. There were over 60 in at tendance. iHld«h!pmnn Home Robert Trauger, who is a midshipman at Annapolis, is spending his vacation here with his mother, Mrs. Helenc Trauger and with his brothers, Donald and Paul, at Des Moines. Cora and Anna Ruberg spent the week end at Shenandoah. Earl Lehman. Boxholm. was a guest at the Fred Merkles over the week end. Burial was made in" the Seneca township cemetery. O. R. Patterson and son, Wesley went to Cedar Falls Monday wher Wesley entered college. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Hoeck and family spent Sunday evening at the parental Lev! Hawbaker home in ElmoTe. Sleeping sickness among the horses in this vicinity is certainly Increasing with more cases beinj reported every day. Several members of the G. Kracht family and Everett Johanson took Eva Kracht to Cedar Falls Sunday where she will attend college. Old Schoolmates Meet In Union Union: A birthday surprise was tendered Mrs. W. H. Ryno of Fort Dodge at the Louis Bode home last Sunday. Sept. 5th. when a group of her former childhood club members and their families were gathered together for a one o'clock covered dish luncheon. Thirty-three in number attending were as follows: the Arthur Jackman family, Lotts Creek; John Dltsworth family, Hobarton; Frank Cruikshank family and Harold Burgess family. Union; Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hawcott, Mrs. C. W. Hopkins and daughter, Bessie, Mr. and Mrs. John Lamuth of Algona; W. H. Ryno and sons. Irene Lamuth and Lucile Bode of Fort Dodge. The ladies were all members of a once so-called ,'Old Maids Club" the H. S. C. B. Mrs. Kenneth Boevers, daughter-in-law of the George Boevers, who lives in Arizona has been ill for the past two months with an ulcerated tooth. She is improving slowly. Mr. and Mrs. George Boevers were again made happy last week by the arrival, Aug. 22nd.. of a daughter at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Boevers. Lafayette California. This is their first child. She has been named Margaret Esther Goctsch is here from Wa erloo visiting her parents and oth er relatives. Dr. and Mrs. R. L. Corbin left o Sunday for Cass Lake on a vaca tion, a fishing trip. Earl Legler returned to Ceda Falls Monday to resume his studie at Iowa State Teachers College. Mrs. John Hauser. New Hartforc is making an extended visit at th home of her daughter. Mrs. M. L Barton. Marjorie Toohey returned to he work at Des Moines. Monday, afte spending her vacation here and a Arnolds Park. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schneider and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hintz. Sr. went to Monroe. Wis., Sunday for a few days' visit. The Wallace Wegeners. Kansas City arrived the first of the week for a visit They brought home Mike Wegener, who had been in Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lichty. Lottie and Jennie Mason spent Sunday at the J. A. Zwiefels at Corwith. The Ed Masons.'Charles City, were also guests at the Zwiefels. The high school baseball team played the first game this fall Monday after school, when they went o Renwick. The result of the game vas a tie score. 3 to 3. Mrs. Gco. Merkle. Elmer and Wilma went to Minneapolis nnd St. 3 aul to visit Carl and Walter Merkle espectlvely. Wilma planned to attend a business college in one of the Twin Cities. Mrs. Henry Jutte and Anna and Florence Wchrheim. Webster City, spent Sunday at the Austin Burtis home. Mrs. Barbara Moseley and BANCROFTSCHOOL OPENED MONDAY Seven on the Faculty As Classes Again (Jet Under Way Bancroft: The Bancroft hig chool opened Monday, Sept. 6. Th acuity is as follows: Guy D. Hart uperintendent; Thomas Hanifan nd Miss Oxley, high school teach rs; Miss Margery Sherman, sev nth and eighth grades; Miss Fran ces Berens. fifth and sixth; Mis Isabel Saunders, third and fourth and Miss Esther Adolpson. firs and second. Mrs. George Carmean was on the sick list Friday and Saturday. Robert Molloy. Chicago, visited friends in Bancroft over the week end. Alice Chittic of Stuart visited her friend. Ruth Adolphson, over the week end. Mrs. Joseph Devlin of Des Moines visited over the week end at the Arthur Murray home. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Scholtes and children attended a family reunion at Swea City. Sunday. Georgia Carmean, Rockford, 111., visited Monday at the home of her Barents. Mr. and Mrs. George Carm- Adelaide Ewing, Melvin Fisher Of Swea City Marry Swea City: Miss Adelaide Ewing and Melvin Fisher were married Sept. 1st at Fairmont, Minn., by the pastor of the Congregational church of that place. Mrs. Fisher is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ollv er Ewing, and one of Swea City 1 finest girls. She will continue he work in the school four miles eas of town, since Mr. Fisher, being an officer on the U. S. S. Zone has to be back on duty by Sept 12 After the school year they wil make their home in San Diego, Cal Mr. Fisher Is a son of Henry Fisher of this place. Johnson Reunion A family picnic was enjoyed at Reynolds Park last Sunday by relatives of the John C. Johnson family, the occasion being the confirmation of Robert Johnson, a son. At Dr'nnan Funeral Those whj attended the Jerry Drinnan funeral from away were: Mr. and Mrs. Dan Drinnan, Kankakee, 111.; Mr. McHose and grandson. Boone: Mr. and Mrs. Peter Phillips. Hollandale, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Campbell, Sioux City; and Miss Elsa Kessel, Chicago.. Jiss Kessel, a daughter of Mrs. SWEU EAGLE FARMSGETTING IMPROVEMENTS Swea-Eagle: Many farm improvement are being made here. The Bates carpenter crew of Lone Rock have built a new hen house and repaired other buildings for the Aetna Life Insurance Co., where Andrew Berg Is the tenant. Eagle Schools Open Eagle schools opened this week Monday. The teachers are: Dlst. No. 2, Alice Uhr; Dlst. No. 3. Esther Devine; Dist No. 5, Alice Mayne and Dist No. 6, Myrtle Holcomb. 4-H Club Members Exhibit Swea and Eagle calf club members took their club calves to Algona Monday to enter them In the county fair. The members were: Wai- ace and Morris Johnson, Mavis Swanson, Marietta Thorson and Clifford McGregor. Mrs. Emit Larson, leader of the 4-H club girls of Swea and Llla Berg, Betty Anderson and Wilma DrTnnanT ieft yesterday for her *° n an f ^ C|II « "•"« "»" * ive » ome. Mrs. Drinnan accompanied dem <>"»t™tlon Tuesday afternoon. can. Mr. and Mrs. Will J. Everts of Red Wing, Minn., visited Sunday and Monday at the E. B. Kohnke lome. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Ostwinkle lome. Mrs. Drinnan accompanied er as far as Waterloo where she will visit for a time. , Preston took the entries and put up their booth at the county fair Monday afternoon. Betty Anderson and Lucille Rath will give a Lone Rock Men Practice Up For Conservation Day Lone Rock: A practice trap shoot was held at the gravel pit Sunday In preparation for Conservation Day a week from Sunday. The Joe Culbertsons spent Sunday at Lake Okobojl. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Rouaeholder spent last week at Chicago. The Robert £f urrays, Spencer, visited Sunday at the Charles Bierles. Delelna Rogers left Friday for Chicago, where she has employment. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Radig spent Sunday evening at the August Zu- machs, Rolfe. Everett Reich, Dwlght, III., came Friday afternoon to the Mrs. Evelyn Earing home. Deloris Krause began Monday working at the Olaf Norland home west of Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Art Krause, Fenton, spent Sunday evening at the Walter Krauses. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Paetz, Algona, spent Sunday afternoon at the P. ~t. Christensons. The A. D. Newbroughs were Sun- Merlin Larson Home Merlin Larson, who has been taking summer work in reforesta tion the past three months, is ex peeled home this week. Merlin' work has taken him into severa states, the last one having been and family of Dse Moines spent the ?. ta * es> the TIast one havin S been week end visiting at the H. J. Deit- Calif °™ia. He visited a week ago r\r\a hnma Sunday at the Wm. Fersruson home daughter, Barbara Jane and Frances Kabele, Goldfield. were guests at the Irvin Chapmans. Hebron News Roy Leibrandt filled his silo last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Nickolas and Patsy drove to Kansas City, Mo., last Friday and expect to return on Monday. They will then move to Mankato, Minn., as he now is employed there. Mrs. C. O. Legried, Mrs. Burnild Legried. Mrs. Clarence Hoveland and Mrs. Oscar Frandle and Ordale autoed to Mankato last Tuesday. They took Russell Legrle up there. He entered commercial college and will take up a business course. ASTHMA HAY FEVER Many Sufferers of Asthma and Hay Fever Are Getting Relief by Using GALIN The London Council on Asthma decided that Asthma. Hay Fever, Eczema and certain lypes of stomach disorders all belonged lo the same family. It appears that the majority of people who suffer with these conditions are sensitive to some food or other substances or a combination of more than one of each. Hives u a good example, here some food is at fault, in hoy fever we know it is pollen. Get a boltle of Calin and see what it will do for you Calin u cm aid is overcoming the disagreeable symptons ol these conditions. We have a fold*r which is interesting reading on the above conditions, it's free. If your favorite drug store cannot supply you, write WOOD LABORATORIES, S60 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago FORT DEARBORN HOTEL 550 $1 .50 KOO.M.S l-'KOU Ui.civr 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. • LA SALLE & VAN BURCN STREETS LA SALLE STREET STATION ring home. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Brink and fam- y of Waterloo spent Sunday anc rtonday at the Barney Brink am Irs. J. H. Welp, Sr., homes. Mrs. Joe Helinsky and daughter telvina. Mrs. Bess Connolly anc rtrs. Nick Sheridan and Mary drove to New Hampton Thursday. Lorraine Kennedy returned to her home in Crookston, Minn., after visiting the past two weeks at the home of her sister, Mrs. Harold Kollasch. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Saunders and Eleanor Cairy of Britt and MaryAnita Cairy of Mason City visited Sunday at the M. A. Saunders home. Mrs. Merle Madsen and daughter. Jemima Jean and Mrs. Herbert Parks visited friends here last week. Mrs. Madsen was formerly Jemima Walters. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schlend- wein and two sons of Kewanee, 111., returned to their home Sunday after visiting the past week with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Lynch and children, Lucile and Earl of Fairmont and daughter, Florence of St. Paul were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mulligan. Frank Baker returned to Iowa City Monday, where he will attend the University of Iowa this year. He apent part of his summer vacation at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Baker. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Sheridan and two sons of Ames returned to their home Monday after spending the week end at the J. H. Sheridan and H. J. Deitering homes. Pat Sheridan and Mary Elaine Devine took them to Ames. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Berens and lii.s mother, Mrs. Geo. Schneider of Joliet, III., visited from Friday until Tuesdity at the home of Mrs. Schneiders sister. Mrs. Peter Kfimer and also at the home of Frances and Regina Berens. Mr and Mrs. Henry Fox, Mrs. J. H. Sheridan ami daughter, Betty, and Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Baker and Math McDermott attended the wake of Mrs. Patrick Plunkett at Kagle Grove, Sunday. Mrs. Plunkett. was an aunt of Mrs. Fox. Mrs. Sheridan and C. M. Baker. Sunday at the Wm. Ferguson hom~ at San Diego, and reports Mr. am Mrs. Ferguson to be in their usua health. While there he experiencec his first deep-sea fishing. Home For Visit Miss Martha Hesvick came last week for a month's visit with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Barney Hes- vick. Miss Hesvick is a trained nurse in the Memorial hospital at Rawlins. Wyoming. Baptist Ladies' Guild The Baptist Ladies' Guild will meet Friday afternoon at 2:30 in the Guild Hall. Hostesses are Mrs. Olaf Pearson and Mrs. John Alberts. The program will be from the Mission magazine with Mrs. Andrew Berg and Mrs. Joe Preston leading. Music will be by Leila and Ruby Berg and poems by Jean Sperbeck. The Carl Arnold family were here From Lake Park visiting friends last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Tweeten drove to Esthervllle on business last Friday afternoon. Miss Dencil Stockman retuined last Friday from a two weeks' trip through the east. Mr. and Mrs. John A. Erickson and John were in Algona shopping and looking after business last Friday Guests of Corn Growers Art E. Anderson, Will Thompson, Harry Linde, Frank Isaacson, Harold Jones, Ed Fosgren, Gus Tor- Ine and J. Stoutenberg of near Burt drove to Rolfe Tuesday to attend an inspection tour of hybrid corn on a farm near there. . . day guests of the Edward Blanchards, Irvington. - 1 Carlson Children III Mr. and Mrs. Fred Carlson O f IRVINGrTON NEWS CHICAGO The next regular meeting of the Plum Creek Literary society will be held on Sept. 15 with Mrs. Sadie Skiliing. The Riverdale Woman's club met last week with Mrs. John Friders. The next regular meeting will be held Oct. 1st, with Mrs. Chester Schotay. George Johnson has been busy the past week doing the fall plowing on the farm near Titonka where the Johnson family will move on March 1st. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Danish of Oak Park. Ill , were from Thursday until .Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hen Terhune. Mrs. Danish is Mrs. Terhune's niece. Mr. and Mrs. Klrner Dye and i Inliiren of Mason City and Mrs. Klrner Nelson and family of Fort Dodge were all Sunday guest. 1 , at the Ralph Lagu home. Armor I.t-mket- ant] daughter, Helen, motored to Cedar Falls on .Sunday, where Miss Helen enrolled as a fresiiinan student at the Stutu 'lY.-u-herV College. Mr. and Mr.i. Joe Kramer, west of town resident -s living on the old Robert .Stewart place, purchased a farm wu.,t c,f Alfjuna and will move "n March 1st to their new home. Dun.ild Frankl, son of Mr. and Mr.i. liariity Frankl. will resume hi.-, nchool activities at Sioux City ajid Gem-jja Anne 'jtigel will return tu KiH'iia Vista at Storm I/ike. Mi*~ Mae Knoblock and Hex Bell of Waterloo Were visitors week at the Byron and Frank Ada homes. Some years a«o the Knoblo. k family Were tenants for Kdw. Mawii- .-.ley. Announcement curds were received lust, week telling of the birth of Man la Kay, daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Christiansen of Kinusted. Mrs. Christiansen U belter remembered a, Bernice Campbell. Mr. and Mrs. John Mullica.n and two sons of Detroit. Michigan and Mrs. W. F. Muiliea of Ortonvilie, Minn., visited last week at the Geo. Hackman home Mr. Mullicu is a of Mrs. W. K. Mullica aud . . . Mrs. Mullicu is Mr. Hacki ter. — man's sia- The Detroit people returned to their home the latter purt of the week, but Mra. Mullicu remained for u longer visit. Mr. and Mra. Chas. Faugust and Mlsa Helen Faugust were guests at the A. M. McAninch home last Sunday. Miss Opal McCrary returned last Monday to her work in St. Paul after having spent several days at home with her mother. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ditsworth of Swea City and Miss Rose Jensen of Ringsted are attending the Minnesota state fair this week. Mrs. Ida Larson is attending a postmasters' convention at Fort Dodge, where Postmaster General Farley is to address the meeting. Mrs. Jennie McCrary. Miss Opa McCrury and "Grandma" Barger were Sunday dinner guests of Mr and Mrs. Walter McCrary of Buffalo Center. Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Eckholm drove to Eatherville last Sunday to get acquainted with their new grandson, born to Mr. and Mrs Valden Eckholm. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. K. Nelson were at Mason City with their son, Don aid, last Saturday. Donald has been having trouble with his ears and is taking treatments. Mr. and Mrs. Aug. X. Peterson accompanied by Miss Gladys Johnson and Mrs. Ida Larson, drove to Bancroft last Saturday evening to dance to the music of the Vikings. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Heiken, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Berggren, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Ewing and Adelaide, Melvin Fisher and Henry Fisher picnicked at Interlaken last Tuesday evening. Miss Beulah Gladstone reports that she is now a fond auntie. Her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Krueger of Lone Rock have adopted a pretty little six weeks old daughter. Ralph and Paul Stockman visited over Labor Day with their mother, Mrs. Rachel Stockman. Ralph works in the Excelsior bakery in Minneapolis and Paul has a job in the cafeteria at Montgomery Ward .St. Paul. The Chas. Landin family of Sher- rjurn, Minn., were callers at the Anna I^arson home last Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Larson and her guests, Mrs. Alfred Johnson and daughter, Gladys, from Birmingham. Alabama, returned with them for a few days' visit at Sherburn. Mrs. Larson and Mrs. Johnson are sisiers-in-law of Mr. I^tndin. 11 At Livermore To Attend College Livermore: Those trorn Livermore who left for lowu City, some to resume studies there, and others who are jiiit starting on their first year's work are: Sidney Hoganson, Jr.. Joseph Harris. Jerome Behounek, Margie Murphy, Dave Cockrill, Louis French, and Richard Hughes, John Cockrill and Francis Watts. Mary Fox left for Kearney. Neb., where she will enter school. Margaret HoUman lias goni to Des Moines where she will enter business college. Eagle had a double illness nt their home last week. Their son. Ron- aid, broke his arm and their daugh- tre, Lila. became suddenly ill and was taken to the Coleman hospital, Estherville, where she underwent an appendix operation. Pearson Sells Farm Carl Pearson of Algona sold his 160 acre farm in Swea township this week. The C. C. Cushings are tenants on the farm. The Carl Andersons are enjoy- ng the new addition to their home which was completed recently. John Petterson returned to Joliet, III., this week after a six weeks' stay at the Floyd Treat home. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Torine and Cheryle LaRee visited Sunday at he Perry Torine home in Bancroft. Miss Freda Bergeson who teaches at Newell, was home for the week end with her father, Albln Bergeson. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Anderson am family and Ellen and Clara Peter son returned home this week from a vacation trip at Savage, Montana where they visited relatives. Mrs. C. M. Peterson and two daughters of Faribault, Minn., vis ited Sunday at the Francis Carlson home. Mrs. Peterson's son, Dennis returned with them after a month's visit here. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Harner re turned home this week Monday after a week's vacation taking In a day at the Iowa state fair and visiting relatives at Lacona, Knox ville and Boone. Miss Helen Thorson, R. N., o Des Moines is home for a few weeks vacation with her parents, the O. L Thorsons. She came here with he brother, Orville. who attended the state fair last Friday. Anthony Guerdet drove to Man kato, Minn., to bring his daughters Mary and Nellie and Lorraine John son and Dorothy Knutson of Arm strong home for a week end and Labor Day visit. The young ladies attend business college there. Andrew Johnson of Armstrong is building a two story addition to his farm home where Frank Shipley is tenant. O. A. Jenson is painting the farm buildings on his farm where his son, Virgil is tenant. Francis Carlson is wrecking several smal buildings and expects to build t new barn this fall. Lucille Berg returned home Tuesday from Gull Lake, Minn., where she has been employed in a summer resort. Miss Berg has taught two years in District No. 2 and she is a two year graduate from Waldorl College, Forest City. She will enter Buena Vista College, Storm Lake, Sept 13th. LONE BOCK NEWS (OBItKCTION The house purchased recently by D. D. Monlux from Dr. Arlo Adams will have Patrolman Benedict and family a» upstairs tenants, and the Frank Saffords as downstairs tenants. Wo stated Uu>t week that the Benedicts were taking the H. W. Miller apartment. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Paul, Marshall, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. John Smith. Melroy, Minn., spent last week Wednesday afternoon at the Henry Kuecks. The Rudolph Peters family, Mr and Mrs. Walter Peters, and Mr and Mrs. C. W. Peters, Algona, spent Sunday at the Chris Scmidt home, Fairmont. Dr. and Mrs. Raymond Hobson and children and Mrs. Aldred, all of Marcus, and the D. T. Hobsons, Bur, were Sunday dinner guests at the Harry Hobsons. The M. O. Richards family drove to Blue Earth Sunday to the Floyd Richards home, the two families continuing to Mankato, where they held a picnic dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Walter FauUtich, Mr. and ' Mrs. William Jaskulke ind Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Kaulstich, Lotts Creek, spent Saturday at the- Henry Stahlbucks, Fort Dodge. Jack TibbetU, Sehldon, who is visiting his mother, Mrs. Agnea Tibbetts, Algona, visited Saturday afternoon at the P. M. Christensons. He was a supper guest of the Eugene Pearsons. The I. W. Nelsons spent last week Tuesday and Wednesday at the state fair, Des Moines. Mrs. H. J. Bacon, Algona, spsnt Sunday night at the Nelsoas, returning to her home Monday afternoon. The William JaskuUces, Waterloo, spent the week end at the Walter Faulstichs. Mr. and Mrs. Robert The William Nelsons were Sun day dinner guests of the Theo. Ja-l cobsens, Humboldt. , ( Mr. and Mrs. Karl Ewoldt were Sunday dinner guests at the C. C. Cushings, Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Macumber of Burt, spent Sunday afternoon at the Raymond Bierstedts. Edmond Mitsche, St. Paul, spent the week end at the Mrs. Dora and Otto Laabs homes. Mrs. Margaret Moser, Colesburg, spent last week at the B. O. Jensen and Henry Kueck homes. The Charles Hawks family, Spirit Lake, called at the Mrs. Kate Hawks home, Sunday afternoon. The P. L. Persons took June Sjostrand to her home at Mason City Sunday after a week's visit here. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Tuckhill and Eva Whitford, Cedar Falls, came last week for a visit at the Frank Merrons. Mrs. Carl Wlebush returned to Des Moines Friday evening after a visit at the maternal Mrs. Lillian Worthington home. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Krueger returned Sunday from their week end trip, bringing with them their new daughter, Janet Lee. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Blanchard and the Lawrence Newbroughs were Sunday dinner guests of the Delmar Angus family, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Radig, son Donald and daughter, Evelyn left Monday for Des Moines where Evelyn will enter business college. Mr. and Mrs. Ornie Behrends, Seneca, spent Sunday at the Ora Hulberts. The Schuyler Bates family spent the evening there. The Rev. and Mrs. S. M. Gladstone, daughters, Margaret and Beulah and Adelaide Harung spent Sunday afternoon and were supper guests at the Bucena Hofius home. WESLEY NEWS Laabs. Granada, Minn., spent Friday there. The Paul Kruegers, of Burt, spent Sunday afternoon there. Mr. aud Mm. Byron Kruse and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Larson, ail of Decorah, came Thursday for a visit at the Arthur Priebe*. Mr. and Mr*. Kruae and Mr. Larson returned Sunday, Mr*. Larson remaining i u visit. Teacher Resign* Miss Velva Allen of Stratford, who was engaged to teach home oconraiics in the local high school, was released Sunday evening following a week's services as teacher. Her vacancy had not been filled Monday. It is understood Miss Allen went to Mabel, Minnesota, from here where she received a better contract for the year. VitiU DeBoer Home Miss Mabel Cecil Stage was a guest at the Claus DeBoer home Sunday. All of the DeBoer children were home for the day which Included Herman who has been in Chicago, and Clarence, who hag been employed in Des Moines following his attendance at the Iowa State College at Ames. Clarence expects to return soon to the capital city, where he will continue being) employed as a salesman. Study Bridge Club Members of the Study bridge club, their husbands and familiei enjoy- a pleasant get-together picnic at the Call State Park in Algona, Sunday. The women held their first afternoon card party at the Mrs. Arlo Dawson home last Thursday. The Henry Swanson family spent ast week in Minnesota visiting relatives. The George WeiKg entertained relatives from Minnesota over the week end. Miss Louise Fox is assisting at .he Benton cafe and attending high school here. Mr. and Mrs. Art Lester and Arvn were entertained at the home of the Marion Paulsons, Sunday. Mary Ormsby began her flrst 'ear's teaching Monday morning in a rural school north of Britt. Fred A. Diekmann, Jr., student at he A. I B. in Des Moinea spent he week end here with his par- Father Fidelis Goetz of Missouri, arrived here Monday morning for a /isit with his parents, the Anton Joetz family. Ed Locbig is enjoying his annual wo weeks' vacation from duties at he Farmers' Co-Operative Society, 'here he is assistant. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Dahlene and family of Davenport spent the week end and Labor Day with his sister, Mrs. Raymond Hanson. Hinry aud Louis Hauptly spent Sunday with their father, Jacob Hauptly and other sisters and brothers, south of town. Miss Leila Wester of Ames spent the week end at Wesley visiting her home folks, returning the evening of Labor Day to Ames. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bergeson and two children o/ Oasian spent the week end with her brother, Ernest Hutchison and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Pfsffer and children of Des Moines spent the week end here with Dr. and Mrs. L L. Pfeffer, bis brother. Mrs. J. P. Cruise and daughter, Phyllis returned home recently from points ia Illinois, where they visited friends and relatives. The several Skow families enjoy ed a visit Sunday with relatives from Wotthington, Minn., who came to spend the day Here. Mrs. Bertha Rltachmeier and two children, Anthony and Maurice of Iowa Falls, spent Sunday here visiting; her parents, the Nftthan Stud- ers. Mrs. Esther Skow and her moth' er, Mrs. Thora Johnson spent from Wednesday until Friday at Des Moines attending the Iowa state fair. < Peter and Marie Seaberg recently returned from Sbuth Dakota to where they took their two nieces following their visit here at the Seaberg home: Mrs. John Ormsby submitted to an operation for the removal of her tonsils at the General hospital in. Algona one day last week. She is recuperating in her home here. Miss Grace Kouba spent Saturday, Sunday and Labor Day with her parents, returning Monday afternoon to Des Moines for her employment at the state capltol building. , Andrew Wingert and his wife and one of their children arrived in Wesley, Saturday, for a few days' visit with their relatives In and around Wesley. Their home is at Mission, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hutchison took his mother, Mrs. Ernest Hutchison to Fort Dodge the latter part of last week where she will visit Indefinitely with her several daughters. Miss Emma Studer returned home Saturday from Duluth and Minneapolis where she spent ten days on a vacation. Mrs. John N. Studer cared for duties at the Nathan Studer home. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ward, Donna Bill and Faye, left early Monday morning for International Falls Minn., to spend this week visltlni former neighbors, Mrs. Frank Wai belllg and family. Miss Anna Johnson left Monday for Boone where she is again teach- tng home economics in the High school there. Her mother-,- Mrs, Thora Johnston, accompanied her to Boone to visit this week. Miss Mildred Benton spent Hie week end with home folks, she having returned to Emmetaburg the 80th of August where she began another year's work as teacher In the kindergarten department Miss Helen France* In Again teaching' her home school southeast of town, this being the second year In the same school. Mis* Anna Flom Is teaching the rural school ten miles south of her home school, which she taught last year. Miss Regnla Ormsby of Chicago and Miss Rose Ormsby of Rockwell spent Sunday here visiting their Brother, John Ormsby and family. Rose keeps house for her brother, Robert, who Is a priest at Rockwell md Regina, a former teacher in the Wesley schools, teaches In Chicago, but Just at present is enjoy- ng an additional enforced vaca- ion, since the schools In Chicago were ordered closed due to the Infantile parlaysia epidemic. MUST SACRIFICE One of the best 820-acre farms In county. All heavy, well-Uled soil. Good net of building*, most all woren fence*, well located on gratel road. SfUST 8ELI, AT OJTCE Will a«*hrn this year's le»»e. ONLY |»&00 PER ACRE MCDONALD & ,CO ALGOJFA, IA. PHOJTE 125 STOP! LOOK! LISTEN! Don't head for the morgue, head for Johnson's D-X STATION Mid-Continent Gas & oil The Lubricating Motor Fuels PODCM8C80HKHCH MH HTgUooniXHfr' HW.POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Lone distance hauling. Erery load insured against low or damage. Equipped t» do aO kind* at drajrinc tad haoUag. WORLD'S FAMOUS CONCERTINA TROUPE FROM GERMANY TITONKA HALL—THURSDAY, SEPT. 16 Vaudeville concert starto 8:18, Dance at 9:00 AdmlMion both show and dunce: Children IOC, Adult* SSc PRICE Price alone does not mean much, but a lower price on quality merchandise makes what is called a bargain. A $100.00 horse is worth $100.00. If you get this sama horse at $78.00, you have a bargain. Our shoes are all bargains for we cut the regular price on all of them. Outside of our 49c Children's Oxfords our shoes are all standard makes. For men we have Nunn-Bu»ch, Peters City Club, Edgerton, Bostonians and Connolly Kangaroos. In work shoes we carry Peters Diamond Brand. For women we have Peters Velvet Step, Cinderella, Hug-Tite, Lloyd's Tireless Tread, Pontiacs and Silver Sewed. For boys wa have the Sky Riders. For girls En-Jole Top State and Herbst Tom-Boy. These are lines that are carried by the best stores everywhere. We sell one of our standard well known shoes at $3.85 less than regular price. $2 25 will buy you 15 pairs of fine dress sox. If some one handed you 15 pair of nice sox free you would say it was a mighty nice present. That is just what you get every time you buy a pair of this particular shoe at Nevilles. Buying the same article for less is saving money It is real economy. Some merchants say they have to get 40% proat. We have sold goods for less than 20% profit for the last five years and made money each year. Low prices on standard goods makes volume If a store has buying power and plenty outlet it is sure to make mon«y. People trade where they get tfao most for their money. Even some people that do not lik, me personally trade at Neville's just th* same. They like th« way dishh f«' "«• »W». They like th. saving they make on a bill of goods. Trad* at NevUitf. and save You get the same goods but pay less. Jimmie Nevilli

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