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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 19, 1938
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ATTORNEYS AT LAW 11 J. Harrington J. D. Low* ttARRINOTON A LOWE Rooms 213-14 First Nat'l Bk. B!d» ALGONA, IOWA J. L BONAB ATTORNEY AT LAW Collections will receiv* prompt attention ALGONA, IOWA w. B. Qt'ARTox H. w. AOLUBB ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Co. Savings Bk. Bldg. Office Phone 427 ALGONA, IOWA The Algona Upper Des Moinea, Algona, Iowa, July 19,1938 KOSSUTH COUNTY LEGION AUXILIARY MEETS_ATBURT Short Program Presented and New Officers I Installed A. HtTCHlSON DONALD C. HtrmilSON THEODORE C. HCTCTOSON ATTORNEYS AT LAW Security State Bk. Bldg. Phone 251 B. J. Van Ness G. W. Stillman VAN NESS ft STILLMAN ATTORNEYS AT LAW Offices in new Heise Building Phone 213 Algona, Iowa Hurt: The Kossuth County Legion | Auxiliary held its monthly meeting in the gymnsium here last Tuesday afternoon. Dorothy Brooke, accompanied by her sister. Oriole, played a piano solo. Bobby Thavei sang a solo and Virginia and Mary Janice McWhorter tap-danced. The following new officers wore from Sioux City, where Mrs. Isenberger had spent six weeks with Stella, who had been working there since school was out. Stella is a student at Morningside College. Mr. and Mrs. Will Spear and son. Merwyn, Elkton. Minn., came a week ago Sunday and visited relatives here. Mrs. Spear remained to help care for her father-in-law. Will Spear, who is very "1 at t ne home of his daughter, Mrs. Roy Sarchett Mrs. Minnie Dearchs and daughter. Lois, Glendale. Calif., spent the most of last week at the Jay D. Graham home. Tuesday evening Mrs. Graham and Mrs. Dearchs were supper guests at the home of Mrs. Delia Carroll. On Thursday. the Grahams and their guests. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. J. E. C. Bierstedt. Mr. and G. Sewick, the August YOUNG PEOPLE'S MISSION MEETS LuVerne: The Young People's Mission circle of the Evangelical church entertained members and friends t>1 the church at the church Thursday evening. A program was given the early part of the evening. Some ol the numbers were a piano duet by Mrs. Max Patterson and Elinor M?e Woito. a violin solo by Lawrence Marty, a cornet, trio by Rev. E. R. Walter, his son, Harold and Melvin Marty, and a talk by Elmer Merkle. president of the organization. The last number was a musical skit. "Sisters of the W. M. S." Esther Fritzemeier played the accompaniment. Marie Fritzemeier Stroms and Alfred Petersons. Al-' Save the reading and the characters gona, and Alfred Matson. Arm-I were Florence Hof. Jennie Bram, strong, and John Emmert, Mason j Anna Woito and Luella Blumer. City, spent the day at Tuttle Lake installed: Mrs. Fern Peterson. S City, president: Mrs. Nellie Wolfe, Fenton, vice president: Mrs. Mary Woodward, \\~hittemore, secretary: Mrs. N. L. Cotton. Lone Rock, historian; Mrs. Heetland. Lakota, and Mrs. Elva Boettcher. Burt. sergeants-at-arms: Mrs. Eva Peterson. Titonka. chaplain. The Rev. and Mrs. L. Richmann Oaylord 0. Shtunway Edw. D. Kelly j attended the funeral c-f a former SHt^IWAY & KELLY ATTORNEYS AT LAW I Office in Quinby Bldg. Phone 99 ALGONA, IOWA The Rev. L. Wittenburgs spent last week with his relatives at Watkins. Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bunkofsk^. friends here and his mother and s._ter at Ringsted. Miss Gertrude Bekman. Geneva. 111., has been visiting her sister. Ottosen: A miscellaneous show- ; Mr , R L Corbin The Elmer Beker was given m honor of Mrs. M«rl* i mans _ ottumwa. were also gu'/ s afternoon in the , of the Corbin3 Tuesdav. SHOWER GIVEN ! FOR MRS. HOLT Holt Saturday Lutheran church parlors. A short j HIRAM B. WHll'E ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa State Bank Phone 206 parishioner at Iowa Falls last week Program was given. The bride re Tuesdav ceived manv beautiful and useful Mrs. Ella Potter. Sioux City, and I*"* £!. f !!± neilts W " e served Mr. and Mrs. X. E. Johnson and \ by ' he hofstesses daughter. Cherokee, spent last Tu«s- \ » day at the F. L. Pratt home. j ^ n(J ^j,^ returned home j with: >£rs. Mrs H. Phyllis Brooke, Msll!ins _ Cor . The Lloyd Zentners, Dr. and Mrs. T. L. Williams and their guests. Mrs. Martha Dawson and Mrs. Isabel Umland were in northern Minnesota fishing the last of the week. Mrs. Ralph Ballard, Redwood Falls, Minn., visited her sister. Mrs. Livermore Youths Enter U. S. Navy Uvermore: La Vaughn RKey, Clair Roepke and Dave Shields, three young men who finished their training at Great Lake Naval school on June 6th, left Monday after a ten days' furlough here in the homes of their parents. Rlley will go to Norfolk, West Virginia, being honor man of the company of more than 80 men. Roepke and Shields will go to the west coast The parents of the young men. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ritey, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Roepke, and Mr. and Mrs. C. Shields gave a seven o'clock dinner Friday in their honor which was served at the horn of Mrs. Alan Cameron, sister o Roepk*. Twenty-eight enjoyed the dinner Guests other than memoers of th families were the Misses Bernadin Baessler, Virginia Morris, am Leona Steils, Mr. and Mrs. L. E Cockrill and sons, John and Sam Mr. and Mrs. Morris Davis, Mrs Bert Brown and Mrs. Ernest Miller _ Bernard Jacobs and : Anna Sankey and the Arthur Rileys r. A. DAN9ON ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa State Bank BWg. Offk* Phone 460-J Res. 3U \ ALGONA, IOWA j ATTORNEYS AT LAW J. W. Sullivan (dec'd) & E. McMaJioo L. Hi LJnnan SBUJV 4>V»IT.UAJBON * LETSAX Algona, Iowa Phone Ml Office over Kossutb Mut. Ins. Bldg. ALGONA, IOWA U A. WEVKEL ATTORNEY AT LAW (County Attorney) Office over Quinby Building PHYSICIANS ^ Tuesday from a several week's visit daughter. Patty Ann. Mrs. Georse &* 9r s c ot last week. The Rileys with her sister. Mrs. Thomas Brook Thatcher. Miss" Ruth Struthers. L: took Der to Swea City to visit other ~ reiatives. A third son came to two daughter- !ess homes in the LuVerne vicinity last week. A boy was born to Mr. 0 [ West Bend: Mrs. Lee HSt of Arnolds Park: Mri Ola.' S at AJhambra and an aunt a: Ontario, Calif. Mrs, E. E. Paine and daughter, of AJgona and Mrs, Dcna-'d L&rscn Mrs. George Schenck. Arcadia, CsJ- i of Bode. ifornia, Mrs. J. P. Stow arid Mrs, 1 Cecil Godfredson and daughters en joyed a picnic Wednesday with Mrs. Plan Wesley Band Wesley: A meeting will be hck next Tuesday evening at 8:30 a' the town hall for all who are inter ested in a band for Wesley. Kar 3ohlen of Clear Lake, director of five bands in North Iowa, will b. present. Three >"ew A ten pound baby !>cy Chester Sill at her home near GaJ- to Mr and Mrs, Ja?ie Rye braith. Mrs. J. O. Isenberger ter. Steiia. returned J-jiy >. Francis. They Save Tj3_-!n?d They bav? jne xJier JOT?. V5d Mrs. Adam' Zwiefel. July 12, i a J7. j ! £ ciety of and a son also to Mr. and Mrs. John VG-SS. Jr.. July 13. The Methodist Aid Circles met at M. E. Pastor Returns Swea City: The Rev. and Mrs. H. E. Harvey returned home Friday from their vacation in the east. The services in the M. E. church were resumed Sunday morning. July 17. Mavis Swanson was hostess Tuesday to the young women's mission- Lutheran church J. E. Vaux has commenced operations toward building a new i. N. KEXEFICK PHYSICIAN * SURGEON Office formerly occupied by Dr. A L. Rlst over Rexall Drug Store Office Phone 300 Res. Phone 326 ALGONA, IOWA C H. CRETZ.MJEYER, M. D. Phone 444-310 SURGEON & PHYSICIAN Office John Galbraith Bldg. MBLVIN O. BOCRNE PHYSICIAN A SURGEON Office over old Po»t Offlc* PBOJ»«»— Office 197 Rat. 194 «- »' OSTEOPATHS - Ha.\aiv -jd 's 'aa Osteopathic Physician General Practice Special attention given to non- •urgical treatment of tsctal di»•MM, varicose veins and rupture, General Hospital Phone 187 DENTISTS . H. U OLSON DENTIST Located in New CaJl Theatre Bldg ' Phone, Business 166. Residence 788 ALGONA, IOWA DR. L. C. NtOJENT DENTIST Second a ° or Sawyer Bldg. AJgona, DR. C. D. SCHAAP DENTIST Quinby Bld K . Phone 133 Re«. Phone 174 Algona, Iowa A 7'-- pound !>aj?y bey to Mr and Mrs, P»rcy Thursday. Juiy 7 TV.ey S ed him Qu^n'm Bruce T fwo other sons. An eight pound girl born to Mr. ind Mrs. Charles Daniels Sunday. J-jiv 3. They have n.imej her Ona;ee Jears. The Daniels Washington and Oregon have two other .biidren, a !>oy an.,! girl. Sherman Shiners 4-H Club Holds Meeting Rev. Harvey Netson home and i home on the eorn « r lots just east cf Ux Fritz Zwiefels with a good at-1 the home of Su P'- Schueler. tendance a: each place. Next Wed-1 Dolores Deim arrived last Tues- nesday the Presbyterian Aid meets day from Denver. Colorado, to spend with Mrs. Irvin Chapman. I the summer with her grandmother. Car! Hanseiman who has beeT J A J r3 ' C ' F - Peteron, and other rel- tax-ng a diese! engineering course j a£lves 3: Los AngeJes. returned home on Mr - 3rj d Mrs. R. P. BronJeewe Tuesday evening. He has complet- i drove to Forest City Thursday aft- h:s course and came home via' ernoon to hear Dr. and Mrs. Ahl- j quist speak. The Ahlquists who Miss Alice Ellis and sister Mrs ! are missionaries in Assam, have Maurice O'Connell and two daugh- ; t , helru home in Minneapolis. Two] ters and Miss Lorraine Fowler of ; dau S hter s are remaining in the Un- | Chicago are spending a short vaca-! lte State3 to enter college this fall, j The B. Y. P. U. surprised pastor. R P. Bronleewe on his birthdav tion at the W. H. Ellis home. A picnic was given in their honor at _ the grotto. West Bend. Friday after-! !ast Tuesday evening at the Selm--r ' Luverne: The Sherman Shiners . noon. " j Uhr home east of to%vn. Tressa Win- ! 1't thl T nV d rn hei p re u U w ? eeU , ng l Over 30 women attended the Cem- I ter and Pearl Frerecbs of Buffalo ' at the LuVerne Park Wednesday i eterv i iti ._,_., "i..V."', i Center were siiesti spvprnl r?nv*! Uemon^ration U agent Pe ^ n ' rese™ • ^^"er"^? Florence Hof' Iast week at the Bronleewe home. ref girls are niece, of Mr. Bron- Imprcv? the looks of her roum since taking this year's 2tudy and a general discussion was held on the subject of "Arrangement of Flowers and Flower Vases." Following the program the eight girls present enjoyed a picnic, lunch. Nela Jensens Buy Home LuVerne: W. L. Ramus has sold his residential property, occupied | by the U. S. Grants, to Nels Jen ' .-sen. who haa been tenant on the Zwiefel c-state farm near Vernon ' con.ioliiJated school. This rt;sHJen<:e , property wa.i formerly the Haskill ! property. meeting. Portland Twp. 1 o NEW LOCATION . D. WALRATH, D. D. S. GENERAL DENTISTRY Office in oJef Postorfice Block PhQ ° a 20 Aigona. Iowa KARL R. DENTIST Office in New Htise Bldg pt>one « _ Kes. Phone KEAJ. ESTATE ML'BTAGH SWANSON'S APPLIANCE STORE VETCJU.NAJUAN3 FOX 4 HI.NKEL *" ' Dr. UW. Prt pr.>- B . WmKei J ^ tsi State .Street .OtjNA, ICH'/A"'' *' J One Minute Washers Electrolux Refrigerators Hotpoint Refrigerators Philco Radios Gas Stoves •! Typewriter Paper We have ;u»t rei tivej a :brg6 sillplnellt u( ream Jjiitnago* 'Jiyj shtets; vvnjtii 3 t»i !or 75c for 500 sheets This ib a good grade bond paper and will make an excellent bcbout paper. The Algooa Upper Des Moines In Hovey Implement Building Harry Vigdal, Bride, back from Honeymoon Armstrong: Mr. and Mrs. Marry Vigdnl returnsd the first of the week from a week's honeymoon trip spent with friends and relatives at Charles City. Iowa, and Austin, Minn. The couple are now :st i on the unom's parents' farm north j of town. ! Mrs. Thomas) Finnopjnn has bet-n i on tho -sick liht tiu: past week. Miss Bernadn Burgeson of Esther-! ville is visiting i few dnvs at the parental Ed Burgeson home. ; The Eagle township Ladies' A.d met -.vith Mrs. Tankard Carlson Wednesday afternoon. .July 12th. • Maxine Erickson of St. Piul is spending a -.veek's vacation it the parental Fortst Erickson nome. ; Mrs. Millard Nicodemus and son of Des Momes are spending two ' -veeks at the parental Raymond' Mardick home. i Mrs. Lee Beardsley and daughter ! Marily of Cedar Rapids are spending two weeks at the parental S. B. K-nutson home. Mrs. Francis DeBates returned Wednesday evening from New Aharon, where she spent several • •^eeks viiituig relatives. Mr and Mrs. H. M. Irmiter return- I od Wednesday f;v*ning from a thr.-t-; 'iay ;iLhing trip in northern Min-! nesota. They -.vert accompanied bv ! Mr inii Mrs. Frunk Soever of Led'- ; yard, '.'.'hile in Minneapolis -he Ir- ! rnittrs happened '.o run »i:rohs Mj i •uid Mrs. H. Rotii uf .VidJr-ith j M:nn. The Roins formerly lived n •St. Joe, Iowa, -uid -ire now oijer:it- ' 'hg a community iiore. ^frs. 5. M. Peterson xvas hostes.; Wednesday afternoon to Mesdames Alfred Godfredson, Geo. Lanning, Sam Wincnell and Mrs. 3fay Hill. Mrs. George Lanning entertained Mesdames John Schneider, Bancroft, Ralph Roberts, Dave Weber and daughter, Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Orval Clark. Des Moines, spent the past week at the Collicott and Hood home. Mrs. Clark is the former Eula Collicott. one of Portland's successful rural school teachers. Jane, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Ringsdorf, visited from Sunday until Wednesday at tile Alfre 1 Godfredsons. The new baby at the Clifford Ringsdorf home w,ia born July 3rd instead of July 1st as recently reported. There was a good attendance at the school board business meeting held Friday evening at district No. 5. President Louis Bartlett was in charge and after other business an order was made out for school supplies for the eight schools. Mrs. Robert Bailey left Thursday for Philadelphia, Pa., after three week's visit at the Wayne Keiths, also at the Stanley Keith's and in AJgona. Mrs. Bailey ia the Keitn boys' sjster. Maroa, and, does considerable radio work in her home state having attended a dramatic school in New York. Mr. Bailey was ilso here on business. Ha has i patent for an invention to smooth asphalt on paving and has a very good sale for it. \orth Fhorinaton E. of Court House MINNEAPOLIS TU ci»,c« * c«*.W m»a*. TU Andre., Hotel -• utu«tt<i ia the center oi tU ckiwnwwn a»Uici-« lew nepi to taep* u*i «a»aea«BU. CuuU at &lw«yi co» twtabk ia pieaMM, hoaeiike I ft. pctiiiog fend foi t •ad dueu-iu>cd in dt« Cafft* Sbop...G«l«s« '«»'«...AiJ r«U* tit rt*ua«M«. '•t._i-.«t .• .;u; -i iH ST8££T AT Inquire at The ! iguua Upper Des Moiuet \ office for partiuelara !M! 'ililWilJ :.:.. .UJi^Ull .; ,.«,... i.UaiiUi]<;i3SS.!;,l,Jaiiiili;{,;iij)i,iiiaiiiii Grace Berg Roalson Given Misc. Shower iWtn-Eayifc: A po=t nu[)liai ahuw-i «r waa given in honor of GrHct UfcFK Koalton ;jt the Baptibi Lauit-a , Guild hail lutt .Saturday evening. A i reading A-aa ^iven by Darline Ket- i !tr votal aoiu oy Mrs. Claude Fan- i gust, 'james \v^re enjoyed by ev-1 cryone. A yellow color scheme and ! garden tlowers were used for dec- I 'iiauiuib. Fifty guestb were present. ; The aride received many useful gifts. Lunch A-Hb =trved by the' nijitebfces. Mtadames Otto Jenson. i Andy Van Actine. Claude Fangest. i Hiinanl Berg. Mertin Roaiion. F!or- '•• mte Aibtrts -md June Larson. ' J. E. Hiirncr inci L.ndie and Isaac.- ! ••on .'lave pur' ruibtd - 'jinoini.-s. Arienc Rystad of Swea City vis- \ .u<J :<ijc Tuesday at the riomt ol : Mavis .Swanson. Mr. aim Mrs. Cryds Btitttrneld o! '.'hicago .-laittd lait -.veeK <H tiic ::oiiif ui 'Jtuige Buttcrheki. .Ooroitiy Evans anu her friend. L.ieila -Stiienttittr oi Dow.-,, whu ; ur vjtiting iriends here, visited late ] Kriuay :il :iie noiue ul Mr». Franc.;.- ' Tonne in Grant. \ \ Mi ojui Mrs. Otto Jenton rnolu: j \ i-d to Willmur, Minn.. !ail \veti< i | Monaay with their uit'.e, AVJS Ec«- ; holm, wno riiii been '/iiitnig iu-rt the ;<ait two weeKs. They returned •jii Wtdoes'Jay. Maxtne EruKson ;a ^ptuduig , t ' Hu-u-e .vtcK; .•.u.atiou ,a the .'loiiu- •A atr [j^teiits, Mr. and Mrs. Fores'. Kruxcun. Mis» EriLKtun :a taking ;iuroe.^ irtuuuiK jt Munvay a«J Mounds Hnir; aospilaib, ^t. Paul. Mm .S M. i-'eltisoii spent Monday tteriiowi with Mrs. 'Jttlifc 'Iljouip- ou Bun. IDE ARGUS CANDID CAMERA Mori* technique applied to • "•Uit" CUDMA. T«it«« 8 pttk tvu»» p«i ioBt ot 39 mm mo. Uoa pictui* film. Ckptcirr, I to 36 •xpcuiuM. ACTION IMAMHOn IN •LACK AND WHITE OR NATURAL COLOR • • . A picciiion mlot«iui* camcia- f:4.3 lao* -u* thu> tei »p««di up to 1, 200 «*oond* Only $12.50 Writ* for (let (tt*cri(ttlv* t»»»UH KAYEHAY CAMERA STORE BOX 240 MASON CITY AGFA, EASTMAN, ZEISJ AND UICA CAMERAS BELL & HOWEU, UNI VEX KEYSTONE MOVIE EQUIPMENT PHOTO SUPPLIES AND FINISHING New Pastor at Fairville Arrives Fenton: Rev. and Mrs. Alfred Rehder of Ringsley. Iowa, were calling on members of the Fafrville Lutheran church last Wednesday. The Rev. Rehder has accepted a call to the Fairville church and will be installed as pastor on Sunday, July 24, Rev. Rehder has been pastor at Klngsley for some time since concluding his studies at St Louis. The Rehders were married in Jane and their first home will be set up now at Fairville. The Rev. H. D. Stahmer, the former pastor and his family left on Tuesday morning for their new home at Hinton. near Sioux City. The Stahmer furniture was taken by van Monday, and the Stahmer5 were guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Siems Monday night. V, FENCING COSTS SLASHED oW? ELECTRIC FENCER Now build a stock tight fenc* as low as SI 0.00 per mite. On* strand of used barbed wire on light stakes holds them Ek* steel and concrete. A tremendous soring. Safe six-volt bat- teriea last many months and give sang mat stopg them, Call for demonstration HOBARTON CO-OPERATIVE ELEVATOR 18 EOW-tf PROTECT YOUR BARN FROM THE RAVAGES OF WEATHER ,AND LOWE BROTHERS STANDARD BARN PAINT is prepared e«peciallr for &rm btrild- io^s. And it seres you toootrt becniM it goes farther—l»»ts *e*rs looiter. too, UK! looks • deal better th«n It elifflin*te« fireqneat retwladnc •nd REALLY PROTECTS roar outbuildings from the rtrage* of sleet, snow, rmin, mod son.Stopioaadletastell yon how its unsurpassed quality will reduce roar pcinting tod upkeep com.' F. S. Norton & Son Phone 229 Algona QUALITY UN'SUBPASSEO SINCC Graham's Greater Values! July Clearance & Harvest Sale! We are setting standards for outstanding values! Over 700 Sheer! Frilly! Wash Frocks 80 Square Prints 12c A marvelous print buv— stock up for fall and school In three special groups $1.00 Jc *!.;)!) Vdlues f)8 & .f2.J)S Values $2.08 & >"].!)8 Values 79c 1.67 2.37 You could search for days and days and would end up agreeing these dresses have everything—clever trimmings. Perfectly finished details—down right good looks. Brown Print Cloth 6c yd. A very fortunate purchase for you. 39 in. wide. A real value! Shwr Summer Wash Dresses For girls 8 to 14 years 59« $1.00 Values Values 33c 69c You'll find many styles in aheer and print fabrics well muilu and cut roomy for comfort. Wash Pants Reduced down to 88c and 1.37 Every style made of sanforiz- ed fabrics. Light and dark patterns. Clearance of All Wash Fabrics Every piece washable, colorfast. 17i-; & l!)c 2i)«- & 29c Values Values 14c 18c | Here you'll find just about j anything you want. (Jay prints, dots and rtorala in the seai-ion's chuicest fabrics. Plaid Turkish Towels 10c Special purchase for the July event—17x33 Inch at a big saving. White clips and saucers lOc St. D.-iiis T«-a < 'ups niiiy __. 5c Pure Liiifii Toweling 19c yd. For tomorrow^ sailing Extra Duality with colored borders. 1*1 inchta widu. Bleached Muslins 5c yd. Ail all time sensational value. .'!6 inches wide. Dinner Plates seven inch ___. 1__ Fruit Di.she.s, four inch We ~5c (Jlaw.s Tumblers tlirec for lOc Wash Cloths Pastel colors 3c each Six colors to choose from —A true value! with ice lip Fancy Moral MI-II'H Dress Socks Mtin! H«r«'« ii vuluw (or you plum toloi* tut «UJU nrinr AJlllll. PiU'll 4 quart si/«> \\ 7 a.sll yray, ivory 25c 69c (Jhuss.Mixing 1(100- howls in colors *™*«'V Socks Two I'uir UMIU « {limit gf valuer you'll Hud iu Lbiw July ffivunl Department Stores 0. B. Holt, Manager Tuhle Oil Cloth !5c price- Quality, itf u^bwa wij<j. No jecumja.

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