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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Sept. 16,1937 Mrs. August Schmidt is ill, suffering from high blood pressure. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Oxley nnd two Children of Corwlth were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pratt. Dt. tod Mrs. Will Srhnlten of Spirit Lake attended the funeral of the latter's uncle, Chrales Walker, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Granzow will be Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Kelley at their home in Bmmeteburg. O*Tl Pratt of Haines, North Di»- ota, returned to his home this week after visiting two weeks with his brother, Dennis Pratt. Mr. and Mrs. \Vm. Barry will take their son, Bill, to Omaha, Sunday. Bill will attend the Crcighton University as a freshman. C. R. LaBarre left Monday for Freeport, Illinois, to attend an insurance meeting. He expected to return Thursday or Friday. Df. George Elvidgv will br a dinner guest of Mr. and lira. Hugh Herman, Friday ^evenlngf: D*. Elvidge's home Is at PerryJ Iowa. Mr. Dodge of the Iowa Board of Assessment and Review of Des Moines Is In Algona checking up on the sales tax' records of business firms. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Kindt and family xJrovo to Cherokee, Sunday, and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ulan, Hull. Mrs. Hall and Mrs. Kirsch are sisters. Fred Minder, secretary of (he Nebraska Press Association, visited In Algona, Monday, while on a return trip from Minnesota to Lincoln, Nebraska, at the R. B. Wall* ers. Ed OstPrtmnpr of Rockford, Illinois, spent the week end in Algona attending to business matters. He is the administrator of his father, Matt Ostcrbauer's estate. Jlr. and Mrs. Les Kcnyon drove to Estherville, Wednesday evening, and were the guests of Lloyd Tone, and Marie Johnson. Lloyd was the best man at their very recent wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Doherty will drive to Boone today (Thursday) to attend the funeral of Mr. Doherty's uncle, Andrew Schroeder, who died of a cancer operation at Rochester, Minnesota. Wade Hanson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hanson, and Maurice McEvoy, son of Mrs. Catherine McEvoy, spent the week end in Minneapolis, and will study at the Dunwoodie Institute this fall. Krnest Wortman and Gladys Bland, both of Lakota, were married at the Trinity Lutheran parsonage Monday afternoon. Rev. P. J. Branefr performed the ceremony. *fhey will make their home on a farm hear'Lakota. Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Shlerk are the parents of a baby girl born at the Kossuth hospital, Tuesday, September 14. The young lady has been named Ruth Junior after her mother. Dr. and Mrs. Shierk have one other child, a son. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Becker and sons, Billy and Dickie, returned on Saturday after a two weeks' visit in Denver. They were guests of Mrs. Becker's sister, Mrs. Ethel Putney, her mother, Mrs. Matilda Johnson and her brothers, Norman and George Johnson. Another son, Dennis Becker, is now employed in Denver in a dry cleaning plant. Safeguard Your Clothes Against Moths Send them to the Modem Dry Cleaners, where they are mothproofed free of charge when cleaned. Your clothes are mothproofed for six months or until cleaned elsewhere. We repair and reline garments. Buttons covered. Ask us about laundry service. Get the Modern Habit. Have your clothes cleaned regularly. Modern Dry Cleaners Fred Lavrrnr, 8r., Is up again after being confined to his bed with illness. Rex Swanson, son of Leo Swanson, is in charge of the local store for his father. John Bishop, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bishop, left Thursday (today) for Iowa City to attend the University of Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Hanson and son, Leonard of Minneapolis were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hanson. They are the parents and brother of E. W. Hanson. Mr. Hanson Is an architect at the Botsford Lumber Company. Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bakken were Mr. Bakken's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Bakken, Mrs. Bakken's mother, Mrs. Laura Engebretson and her cousin, Mrs. Jennie Rice, all of Bode, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Lonergan will spend the week end here and at Bancroft visiting their respective parents, and getting their household goods together. They are now living In Sioux Falls, South Dakota, and have rented an apartment, Evelyn Sehaunke and a girl friend of Cedar Falls were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hanson. They also visited relatives of Evelyn in Whlttemore and Rolfe. Evelyn is the daughter of Mrs. Wm. Sehaunke, a sister of Mrs. Hanson. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Norman of Winnebago, Minnesota, were guests of Mr, and Mrs. D. A. Barnard last week, Wednesday and Thursday. They also attended the Kossuth County Fair. Mr. and Mrs. Norman are the uncle and aunt of Mrs. Barnard. Isabelle Greenberg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Greenberg, left Monday to resume her studies at the University of Iowa at Iowa City. The Greenberg son, Harry, will leave next week Monday for Iowa City and will also be a university student Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Furjanich were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Herbst Tuesday. They were on their way to their home at Long Beach, California. Mr. Furjanich will be the instructor of stringed instruments at the Wilson high school at Long Beach this year. Mr. and Mrs. George Confctln attended the Clay county fair nt Spencer, Wednesday. Mrs. Ed Will returned from Chicago, Monday morning, after two weeks' visit with her son, Phillip. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Benson of Ringsted were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs W. O. Ringgenbcrg. Mrs. A. G. Meldke of Mollne, Illinois, was a guest here last week of her son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Miedke. Mr. and MM. Andy Anderson left Wednesday for Horseshoe Lake, in northern Minnesota, for a two weeks' fishing trip. Airs. Henry Dobson and Mrs. R. B. Waller attended a one o'clock luncheon at Burt, Monday, given by Mrs. HolJis Trainer. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Helberg, and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Engstrom of Ames called at the home of Mrs. Esther Helberg, Sunday. Mrs. John Caughlln is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Don Mertz at Rockford, Illinois, this week. Mrs. Mertz will be remembered as Drusilla Caughlin. John Daughn Is the new apprent- Jensen of Minneapolis arrived Monday for ft visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Becker. Zalgcrta is a niece of Mrs. Becker. Oorlys Knutson of Des Moines visited at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Knutson, last week. Dorlys is employed by the state government at Des Moines. Mr. nnd Mrs. R. I,. Beamish drove to Clear Lake. Sunday, to visit an uncle of Mr. Beamish, John King. Mr. Beamish Is the representative of the Hoxic Fruit Company in this territory. Ida Halpin left today (Thursday) for Minneapolis and will visit until Sunday with her friend, Charlotte Hilton. Charlotte is employed In the claim department In the offices of Lloyds of London Insurance Co. . Gene Hood of St. Benedict returned home Thursday from a trip to DcKalb, Illinois, where he attended a convention of Iowa-Nebraska salesmen for hybrid corn. He also went to Chicago to see the Cubs play. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Pierce, Mbnday were Mrs. Picrce's the home of Mrs. .1. T. Rohnnnon. a rolntive. Mrs. Emmons' home is nt Uidysmith. Wisconsin, nnd Nellie is employed in the state deportment nt Mndison. Wisconsin, nnd MHdred is employed nt Anderson, Indiana. C'lmrle* Stevenson Is expected on Monday for n short visit with bis mother, Mrs. Theo. Herbst. He hns spent the summer traveling for the Northrup King Seed Compnny nnd hns been traveling for tox nnd hns been traveling In Missouri for the past month. Charles will leave for Minneapolis nnd will enter the University of Minnesota, where he is in his junior yenr in journalism. Charles Is the assistant business mnnager of the Ski-U-Mnh. a humorous magazine published by the university. Mr. and Sirs. Emery Beaman and family of Havclock, Iowa, visited with Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Becker, Tuesdny nfternoon. Mrs. Re'innn will be rememberer) ns Florence- Berkcr. Mr. nnd Mrs. Penman nnd fnmily will move to Branson. Missouri, to make their permanent home nfter (he harvest. Branson is located in southern Missouri. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. L. Hnverly nnd fnmily of Wesley were Sunday guests of Mr nnd Mrs. W. .1 Barker and fnmily. Mrs. Haverly nnd Mrs. Honker nrr> sisters. It's Piw. ft'* Rrand-N^w. It's Different It's Direct front HollvTvnott. See the I9S7 Cooking School .Sept. 27, 2*. 29th In The New Call Theatre. Phono 5,17 We Deliver It's Ti ime For A New Fall Hat Our featured number is the Berg Roamer $3.50 Others at $3.85 and up Malrov Caps looking new Fall numbers at 50c—$1.00 Madson & Hanson The Home of Better Clothes HOUSE OF HITS 2 Features 21c Wed. Thru Sat. Tex Hitter In 'Sing, Cowboy Sing" plus Jean Mulr In "White Bondage" Sunday-Monday, Sept 19-20 TWO TOPS «lc Second Feature W. C. Fields "Poppy" (Reissued) Call Theatre Wednesday-Thursday, September 22-23 Daily matinees at 2 p . m. ON OUR SCREEN Zwu Htto in "40 NAUGffTY GIRLS" China-Jap War News—Scoop first showing of actual scenes Ice in the Upper Des Moines plant, taking the place of Al Coleman, who has gone to work with George Holtzbauer. Mrs. Cora Miller and Mrs. Maude Blake visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Miller at Fort Dodge, Monday evening. Ed is a son of Mrs. Miller. The new body repair man at the Kent Motor Company is Carl Johnson, from Estherville. He will move his family here as soon as he can get located. Betty Murtagh will leave next week for Iowa City where she will be a student in the University of Iowa. Betty is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Murtagh. John Ferguson will return to Ames Thursday to begin his senior year in forestry at the Iowa State College at Ames. John is the son of Mrs. W. K. Ferguson. Mrs. Eleanor Doe of Plpestone, Minnesota, left Thursday for Minneapolis for a visit with her family. She has been a guest of Mrs. L. W. Fox for the past ten days. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dale left for their Home In Washington, D. C., Wednesday after visiting since Friday with the former's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dale. Helen Arn, daughter of Mrs. Bessie Arn of Fort Dodge, arrived Wednesday to visit the rest of the week with her sister, Virginia, who Is employed at Sorensen's drug store. County Treasurer and Mrs. M. J. Duffy and three daughters spent Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Martin Duffy, Sr., at Whlttemore. The latter are the parents of M. J, Duffy. The dog bclongnlg to the A. W. Amunsons was poisoned Saturday with strychnine, but the prompt efforts of veterinarian Dr. L. W. Fox, who gave him a shot of morphine, saved -ils life. Mrs. George Scuffham tok her sister, Bernlco Lyons, to Faribault, Minnesota, Sunday, to the school for the blind. She had been visiting here for a week. Miss Lyons' home Is in Minnesota. Wiley Mayne of Sanborn, Iowa, called at the Dr. C. H. CreUmeyer home, Tuesday . to see Charles Cretzmeyer. Wiley was on his way to Cambridge, Massachusetts. Both boys attend Harvard University. Marie Mlland of Withee, Wls- cousin was a guest of her uncle. O. Mndson, from Thursday until Sunday. She went from here to Des Moines where she Is a second year student nt Grandvicw College. Nellie. RogerH wan taken to the Kossuth hospital Monday evening, where she underwent an emergency operation for appendicitis. Nellie is employed at the Hotel AlRona, nnd her home is in Gilmorc City. Mr. and .Mrs. Cull DickiiiNnn and three children are expected as week end visitors at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. IJIcklnson. The Cull Dickinsons are residents of DCS Moines. Mr«. D. J. Logan of Spencer, O. W. Hlatt of Pomona, California, and Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Fuller of Algona were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lon Wright. The party attended the theatre in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Slenut and son, Walter of Davenport arrived Monday and will spend the week visiting Mr. and Mrs. Fred Engle in Algona and relatives in Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Siems are the uncle and aunt of the latter couple. Mm. Henry Kraft of Chicago arrived Sunday for a short visit with relatives and will take her grandmother, Mrs. C. C. Chapman, home with her. Mrs. Chapman has spent the summer visiting at the home of her daughter, Mrs. P. H. Hargreaves. Mr. and Mr*. Martin Rinderknecht of Shellsburg, Iowa, and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Geiken of Vinton called at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Win. C. Dau, Tuesday, after visiting at Swea City. Mrs. Rinderknecht and Mrs. Dau are step-sisters. l)»rl>» Knudson returned Sunday to Den Moines where she is employed. Shu had spent a week at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Knudaon, where she was recovering from the Jlu. She plun.'i to spend next week here and attend the Field Day. Bernictt Stock returned last wt*4c from A month's absence spent at Minneapolis mid Des Moines. While gone she studied tup and ballet dancing. At Minneapolis she studied at the Alhitmbra Studio, and in Des Moines from Ethel Veatch Schmidt. Bernice started her classes at The School of the Dance, Monday. Ralph Peterson, a banker of Los Angeles, will arrive next week for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Peterson. Another son, Me,l Peterson and wife, and their little son, Mel, Jr., have been visiting here since Monday, aud Friday will return to their home at Annapolis. Mr*. Peterson is the daughter of Mr. and Mm. C. B. Murtagh. Mr. Peterson is a lieutenant in the U. S. Navy. Mr. Mid Mr». B. 8. BufthneU arrived last week Thursday for a visit at the home of Mr. and lira. Henry Dotaou. They are Mrs. Dob«on'» parenu. Mr. and Mr*. Buahnell h*d teen vUiting IB Chicago and Mr. and MM. Dobaon took them to their bom* at Mkton, South Dakota, Saturday and remained there for th* v** «* Mr- Dotaon U the auMunr <* »« &v*ft * grandmother, Mrs. Will Silvers of Denver, Colorado, nnd three of her aunts, Mrs. S. Edmundson of Bnk- ersfleld, California, Mfs. DeWitt Prudcn of Kansas City, Missouri, and Mrs. Roy Mason of Webster City. Mrs. Ann Fechner accompanied her brother, Leonard Osterbauer, to his home In Ottawa, Illinois, for a visit. Leonard had been here a week visiting Mrs. Fechner. and attending the Koasuth County Fair. Mrs. Fechner will also visit her sister, Mrs. Wm. Boyer and family in Chicago before her return. Mrs. M. O. Emmons and two daughters, Mildred and Nellie, arrived Tuesday and will visit relatives and old neighbors and friends until Friday. They are staying at Fall and Winter COATS SHORTENED REPAIRED RELINED Bring them in today nnd have them ready when you need them. CLOPTON The Tailor Phone 38 Over Behlmers BROWNELLS the last word in striking new Fall Footwear Fashions in Brown^ Styles Black Suede $5.00 • ROLLED SIREN WHISTLE CREAM CEREAL C.rt m FRfcE SI- HI N WHISTLE wlrh rich pack* age of Cream CVrcal, tool IGA 3!'j Pancake Flour 18K Cane & Maple. Syrup 39c bum Peaches and Plums for ("'aiming Head Lettuce 2 t ,,19c IGA 32 ox. Jar Salad Dressing __33c CAROL • 32 o«. Jar Salad Dressing __25c CAROL 82 o*. Jar Peanut Butter ___ 21e 1HK Fancy two 5 ox. tln» Cove Oysters ____ 29c Van Campi five. 15 oz. cans Pork & Beans ___29c Standard Peas _-2 No. 2 cans 19c l« Fancy Tomatoes on Sardines, can tin 17c «««* ---25r Tomatoes Wheaties 2 for 21c Macaroni or Spaghetti 2 Ibs. 17c Hilex qt. 19c Crystal Soap 10bars39c Black Suede and Patent ' $4.00 Oxydol THE COMPLETE HOUSEHOLD COAI* cundy Suede $5.00 Palmolive ___2 for lie Others from $1.95 to $5.00 Brownell Shoe Co. IN BROWNE SHOES FOR MEN ! Quality . . . plui tha added satisfaction of that n«c*HOry corr«ctnt*i of iryl*. Meat Specials for Saturday Only Young Beef Roast Ib. I5c Rolled Veal Roast* Ib. 20c German Style Summer Sausage Ib. 23c Dried Beef 4 02. pkg. lOc If you like extra fancy Heel, try some of these steaks nnd rouHt.s cut from Branded Beef. Fancy Beef Pot Boast Ib. 20c Boned Rolled Prime Bib Ib. 25c Bound, Sirloin, T-Bone Steak __.Ib. 30c Baldwin's Food Mkt Your I. G. A. Grocer Phone 355 Free Delivery 00 $5.00 Fnur of the most popular $4.00 IX $3.50 Pi I*© "A« Sf Brownell Shoe Co. The Algona Auction Co. Wo ur« IIITI- to nerve both tin-, M*llrr and buyer at our pavilion in AlKonu every Salurdity. Saturday. Sept. IS Our baler., up loLhU lii.iei, haven't tM-<',n lar«e, but Wf. have In4tl »aJi» all hUliiiiKT and He , i|n-« I our t>iUf4> to pick up along. \V«> an- InuiitliiiK a number of ln-iuJ of futxler |>)K» every week .uid e\|M< t to li.m- a niii' lini> for tliiu Saturday'* »ak;, iU»o expect to liavu luiv lota of tuittlo in Uiiit auction. Souu) t'urniture, ;J>out too ctxlur |ioi.U, 1 Alct'orukiuk-Ueer- inx fixxl gruulcr, 'J in burr with elevator iuul hopper, out S ytau*. Soino iKiu ivaiion boxen. I «ootl uMxJ John Deere Uncle row (orn picker. We handle the UeLavul Separator*. We oViil iu new and u»ed ruachiiiery. AUu-Ohaunci Um and the Mufcuey-ttwri* Uue of machinery We wtM have. S«* u» before you dnal for ! Will utart ou ktoclt at 1:M. I'KBMti— Cunh. No property rcutoved until intHr< for. Open Every Day. Sal* barn phim 17 c. o. RIDDLE: — - - BUiln, Cbrfc

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