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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Aug. 23,1938 Mr. WidtSrC. 8. Johnson spent day In t)«s Molnta. Mr*. MMfthine Sontttgato visited Krttt frhmds at Brltt, Monday and Tu«9ay< today). Tartar **a »o-*o Herbst were guests at the A. M. Lemkee farm at 1 Ifvingtonv -Monday. r «4 Ml*. CRT! Spies of Em- mrf were guests of Mrs. — brothers, Lelghton and Law- act Misha/jj^: Sunday. MM. A. w. Amtmiton and Mrs. it L. Gllmore returned Saturday .alter spending a week in northern .Minnesota on a fishing trip. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. C. Dau and family were Sunday dinner guests at the home df Mrs. Dau's brother, .Harry Schroeder at Ledyard. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Wehr and .ion, Mathlas and daughter, Cecelia, arrived Friday and will be guests until Wednesday of Dena Kohlhaas .-and other relatives. * Mr. and Mr*. Wm. O. aoger and •daughter, Aramlnta, returned to their homo In Omaha Friday after a few days' visit with the former's ulster, Mrs. Ann Fechner. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Klng*Iey left Friday for their home in New York, after.a two weeks' visit at the' home of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Sherman. Gtaw Hood returned Monday from DeKalb, Illinois, whre he attendld A convention of the DaKalb Hybrid Seed Corn Co., and Inspected the different kinds of corn on display. Mr. and Mr*. V. E.. Young of Mason City were (nests of Dr. and Mrs. Harry McCorkle, Sunday. Their son, Teddy, returned home •With them after visiting here a week. Sharon Jaapenon,- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jasperson of Plum Creek is spending this week visiting at the home of her uncle and aunt, Dr. and Mrs. Harry Me Corkle. Edward Sherman of New York City arrived Sunday for a two weeks vacation visit with his parents, Mi and Mrs. T. C. Sherman. Edward is employed by the American Telephone & Telegraph Co. AttUe Data I* beginning a two weeks,' vacation from her duties In the federal relief office. She plans on spending a few days at home before visiting her sister, Mrs. Chester Kantian at Woden. RUM*!! Plckett and John Hopkins left Friday for a week's vacation trip to the Black Hills and Denver. Russell is employed at Dutch's Super Service, and John Is a mechanic at the Ford garage. Chubb Dreesman has been III the past three weeks and Is confined to his home with heart trouble and complications. He is a familiar figure on the streets and his many friends hope that he will soon be able to join them again. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Williams, Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Smith.and son, Donnle and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bloom were guests of the F. R. Bandy's at Britt at dinner, Monday evening. They attended the Hobo Day celebration in the evening. Old friends of .las. Pedley will be sorry to learn that he Is seriously 111 in the Methodist hospital In Dallas, Texas. He had planned to be in Des Moines this weak to act as judge of the Clydesdale horses at the state fair and from there was coming to Algona for a few days. Dr. and Mrs. F. Earl Burgess spent Sunday at Pleasant Hill church In Sac county. Dr. Burgess was a guest-speaker at the harvest festival program. The Pleasant Hill church ts located nine miles southwest of Sac City. The church Is Mrs. Burgess' home community church. Mr. and Mm. Theo. Herbst and sons, Teddy and Jo-Jo, returned on Thursday from a ten day vacation trip. They visited Mrs. Herbst's sister and husband. Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Furjanick, who are spending the summer at Eveleth. Minn. They took the lake shore drive to Port Arthur, Canada. USED CARS 1934 Chevrolet Sedan 1935 Chevrolet Sedan 1932 Plymouth Coupe 1931 Chevrolet Sedan ; 1930 Chevrolet Sedan 1929 Chevrolet Sedan 1932 Ford V-8 Coach West of Curt House HOENK MOTOR SERVICE PJmoe 391 H. L. Hoenk mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm9 Peerless Coal Gbemacol Processed We have cars of this famous coal axrivhig weekly now. Place your orders to have your coal bins ttlfed before the price advances. Call 256 Botsford Lumber Co. WATCH THE ORANGE COLORED TRUCKS MAKE WAY FOK ,„. WE...THIWON. "' DEI MAN Of FHEMUttON BROWN (Second Feature Lionel Bwrrymore in "AH WILDEBNES.S" ThurMiiu Thru Saturday 25-37 Sunday-Monday, Au*u»t 28-29 VAlilKVILLE On Our Stage Buck Spencer Hollywood Stunt Man ireut from the studios Ou our Screen Mr. wrt Mf*. Wm/ W<*» a» ffift parents of & baby «on, born dund&y. Mr*. Mitten Daftt ««d daogfitor, Joan, are visiting the former's parent* At Swett City. D. D. Maftwwy of npittene, Minn., Is spending several days visiting his brother, Oeorge Mahoney. Mr. and Mr*. OMftt Anderson were week end guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Paterson at Cherokee. Mn. R. W. CMdwetl returned on Friday after a three day visit with her sister, Mrs. Clella Penman at Storm Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Matey and Mrs. Ella Cogan and Son, John of Omaha, visited at the R. E. Kain home Thursday. Mrs. Floyd Sounder* ha* been suffering with an Infection in her left thumb which necessitated the removal of the thumb nail. Mr*. JElnle Cady and daughter, Evelyn, spent Monday at Mason City visiting the former's son and wife. Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Cady. Margaret Hedrick and Mot. H. A. Jones of El Centre, California, arrived Monday evening for a visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Fairbanks. Mr. and Mm. Otto Wenener of Kansas City, Mo., visited Mr. and Mrs. Norman Crawford Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Wessner and Mr. Crawford are cousins. Mrs. L. M. Merrltt and daughter, Betty, Janice Wagoner, and Jane McWhorter spent from Wednesday until Sunday at the McWhorter cottage at Spirit Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Chrtstensen and two children of Albert Lea, Minn., were week end visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Duffy. The women are cousins. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Brown and 4wo sons atended the Humboldt R. E. A. and farm bureau board picnic at Humboldt, Sunday. Mr. Brown is the local county agent. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Beamish and two children, Jean Rae and Jerry and Martha Halnes of Wesley left Sunday for a week's vacation in a cottage at Lake Okoboji. Martin Jacotaon and Henry Null-, son of Callender, Iowa, stopped en- route to Clear Lake Sunday, and called at the home of te former's step-brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Ole Allison. Mr. and Mrs. Chrl Waflukalt and two children left Sunday morning for a week's vacation in northern Minnesota and Canada. Mr. Wallu- kait Is manager of the local Council Oak grocery. •loan Crawford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Crawford, returned Sunday night after a month's vacation spent visiting her maternal grandarents, Mr., and Mrs. John Helen at Spencer. Mr. and Mr*. K. H. McLaren and two children of Minneapolis arrived today (Tuesday) for a visit of several days with Mrs. McLaren's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Hoenk. Mr*. Mike Sandt of Bancroft visited at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Tom Carney from Friday until Monday. She returned home Monday and Mrs. Carney returned with her for a visit of several days. 0»vW Phillips and hl« kteter of Grinnell visited Saturday at the George Mahoney home, and left to spend the week'end at Lake Okoboji Mr. Phillips is speech and economics instructor in the local hlgn school. p egg}' Frawr returned to her home in Rochester, N. Y., Monday evening. She had been visiting at the home of her grandmother, Mrs Walter Fraser since June 2.6 Peggy la the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. Scott Fraser. Rev. W. M Walker and daugh ter, Margaret of Philadelphia, Pa., are spending two or three days visiting at the home of the former'a brother, V*ill F. Wa/ker. They stopped on their way home from Great Falls, Montana. Mr. and Mn. R. L. Miller of Washington, D. C., are the parents of a baby girl born July 19. The baby has been named Barbara Jean and It the third daughter for Mr. and Mrs. Miller. Mrs. Miller is a sister of W. H. Godden, and is a former Algona resident. Dr. and Mr*. H. M. Oken and little son, Melvin. returned Sunday from Menaga. Minn., where they had been vacationing in their cottage on the shores of Little Twin lake. Mrs. Olson and Melvin had been there for three weeks and the doctor was there for two weeks. Mr. and Mn. D. P. Smith and son. Donnie, and nephew. Jim Smith, returned last week Wednesday from a vacation trip. They visited at the home of Jim's sister, Mrs. Geo. Mo«er in Chicago. The men attended two douhlelieader big league baseball games, one at the Cnmiskey Park and the other at the Wrigley hall park. They stopped at Dubuque and viisted Mrs. Louise Hoerner on the way out and on the return trip. I SEPT. 12-17, 19381 AUTO RACES Tuesday. Sept. 13 Saturday, Sept. 17 HORSE RACES MONDAY TO FRIDAY (Except The Most Sensational Night Show Ever —FIREWORKS— 6 Days — 6 Nights Mary Franc** Carney visited with Garnet Pickard at Butt last week Bobby Barton of Council Bluff* has been visiting bis grandmother Mrs. J. B. Johnson, the past two week*. Mr. and Mrs. P. R, Irons of Ante* are visiting in Algona until th« first of September with relative-! and ii lends. Clyde- Cooper and son, Merle, drove to Knlerim Friday to visit Mr. Cooper's mother, Mrs. T. W. Wright. Mr. and Mrs. H. L,. HoenU and son, Eugene, spent Sunday in Minneapolis where they visited Mrs. Hoenk's sister and family. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Falkenhainer of St. Paul were guests of the H. E. Falkenhainers from Wednesday until Saturday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Richards of Dana, 111., and Mrs. A. D. Richard^ were week end guests of the latter's son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Richards at Blue Earth, Minn. Margaret Llnnan stopped In Algona Thursday for a visit at the home of her brother, L. E. Lln- nan, enroute to her home in Maurice. Miss Linnan teaches In the State University of Washington at Pullman. Her nephew, Jack Ltnnan, who had been visiting In Algona, accompanied her to Maurice. Dorothy Bhatto spent the Week end with Pearl Walker at Lake Okoboji. The two girls enjoyed summer sports although Mrs. Shatto had the unpleasant experience of falling Into the lake. Fortunately she was going swimming any how and was not hurt by her fall down the steps leading to the watrr. Dr. and Mrs. I* W. Fox and son, Billy Lee, returned Sunday from a week visiting Mrs. Fox's sister, Mrs. Ralph Greenwood at Taber, Iowa, and atendlng a rodeo at Slg- ourney, Iowa. The rodeo Is an an- jiual affair put on by the Legion post. It was attended by people from all over the United States, and from Hawaii. Mr*. Elite Runchey of Clarion and her sister, Mrs. Helen Walters and their mother, Mrs. George L. Platt of Neosho, Mo., visited the middle of last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Platt. The elder Mrs. Platt left Friday for her home with her son, George of Luling, Texas, who with his family had been visiting here several day*. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Eckland of Minneapolis and Mr. and Mrs, J. J. Wltwer of Mason City are spending this week at the home of the ladies' mother, Mrs. Chas. Roupe, while taking their vacations. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Roupe and family returned to their home In Cedar Rapids fiunday after a week's visit at the home of his mother. Elizabeth Nugent returned from a week's vacation trip to Chicago, Sunday night. She had been visit Ing her brother. W. B. Nugent and a friend, Mrs. L. G. Cates. W. B. Nugent returned with her and will visit his mother. Mrs. W. D. Nugent, at the F. W. Dlngley home, where his wife and sons have been visiting for the past several weeks. Mr. and Mi*. Harry Moore, after more than a mouth's visit with relatives and old friends in Algona, are leaving tomorrow ofr thele home in Ban Antonio. Texas. Stanley is to receive his B. S. C. degree from St. Mary's University of Texas on Sunday and Mrp. Moore resumes her work as a teacher In the San Antonio city schools on September 6th. Mr. and Mn. R. W. Caldwell and daughter, Maxinc, will leave ijext weeR, Thursday, expecting to he gone Indefinitely. They will go to Wakonda, South Dakota, and spend several days visiting Mrs. Caldwell's father, E. R. Doak, and from there will go to Grecley, Colorado, to visit friends. They expect to make their headquarters at Eugene, Oregon. Mr. and Mr». Alfle Chapin were Saturday visitors at the Lucia Wallace home in Algona. Both Mr. and Mrs. Chapin are from pioneer Al gona families, the M. B. Chapin and John Wallace families, and both grew up in Algona. They moved to Mason City many years ago shortly after their marriage and Alfle Is now one of the foremost business men of the city. Miw Margaret Dorweiler was In Algona Wednesday renewing old acquaintancei. Miss DorweiJer taught mathematics and general science in the Lewiston. Montana, schools for a number of years, but retired In June and expects to make her home in Cedar Falls with her sister, Mrs. Peter Mertz. She is spending the Hummer at West Bend with her brother, Dr. P. W. Dorweiler. while Mrs. Dcrweiler is in Europe. Ruth Payne will leave thfi lust of the week for Sioux City to begin nurses training. After the first year she will complete her work at Mason City. Beginning this year Mason City and Fort Dodge Mercy hospitals are sending their first y«ar student* to the St. Joseph School of Nursing at Sioux City. Luellx Bell will take Ruth's place at the Modern Dry Cleaners. Shirley Vinson will succeed Luella at the Wm. C. Dau garage. Margaret and Carrie Duraut anil their brother. William, left Friday morning for a vacation trip through northern Minnesota and Canada They will go through the Duluth region and as far north as Port Arthur, Canada, and will return via Minneapolis, where they plan to visit several art galleries in which Carrie, local art teacher, is interested, and also to visit sever.il friends of Margaret. They plan to be gone a week. Vernon Kohllutau, bon of Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Kohlhaas left Friday for Washington, D. C. where he will attend George Washington University and begin his law course. He was graduated from the University of Iowa in June. Vernon will employed in the U. 3. Department of Agriculture organization while he attends school. He made the Irip to Washington in company yith Don Murphy of Ida Grove who will also attend George Washington. Mr. und Mr*. Lewi* Larkoii of LaPorte City. Iowa, were callers at the A. L. Brown home. Sunday Mr. suul Mrs. W. H. tioddeu uuii children. Mary Elizabeth, ojan and Billy, returned last week Tuesday from a ten day vacation trip. Tlmy vUited Mrs. T. Sullivan at Port Arthur. Canad, a sister of Mrs. Godden. anj drove up to Kenora on the new highway near Winnipeg. On the return trip they were guests ot Mr Godden's parenU, Mr. and Mrs S. J. Guerdet at Crookston, Minn. r>ank Ostrum who has been confined to his bed with pneumonia, is improving. Mrs. Nellie Brown of Boone visited her daughter, Mrs. D. D. Sparks and family last week, Mm. George Murman of Mason City was a guest at the home of Mrs. S. O. Anderson, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver 8. Relley of Marshalltown were guests Friday night of Mr. and Mrs. Chet Holt. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Carsten of Hawarden were guests of Mr. and Mrs. William C. Dau last ween Monday and Tuesday. I Dr. and Mrs. Ben McCulloch of Eagle Grove were dinner guests at the home of Dr. and Mrs. W. G. Muhleman. Friday evening. Mary Thompson returned to her home in Estherville Friday after a. three vday visit with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Miller. Wllnia Atwood returned to her home in Eagle Grove today (Tuesday) after a week's visit here at the home of her friend, Eugenia Little. Mr. and .Mrs. George Dempsey and three children of Boscabel. Wisconsin, visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Granzow from Tuesday until Thursday. Mrs. L. 3. Dickinson, Mrs. Archie Hutchison and daughter, Dorothy of Evanston, 111., were guests of Mrs. Gardner Cowles In Des Moines, Wednesday* and Thursday. The women are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. David Beck and daughter, Barbara, left Saturday afternoon for a vacation trip with relatives and friends In Calmar. McGregor and Decorah. They expect to be gone for a week, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Richards of Dana, 111., are visiting at the home of the former's mother, Mrs. A. D. Richards. Last week Sunday th<>y attended a family gathering at the A. L. Greenfield home In Sexton . Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Btnta, Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Blntz, Jr., of Marlon, Ohio, were guests of the former's sister, Mrs. Louise Decker, and his niece, Mrs. H. L. Gibson. last week Monday and Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ruckdachel and son. Clarence of Clermont, Iowa, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gieritz of Sumner. Iowa, arrived Thursday and were week end guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pratt Mrs. M. C. McMahon and daughter Nancy, took the former's mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Mangan, to Blue Earth, Friday, on her way to her home in Minneapolis. Mrs. Mangan had been visiting here since Saturday. Mrs. H. E. Dewey and son, Richard, and daughter. Flora, of Hale Center,' Texas, were visitors at the home of Dr. and Mrs. W. G. Muhleman from Saturday until Thursday. Mrs. Dewey Is a sister-in-law of Mrs. Muhleman. Ruth Malueg, Opal Cronan, Leona Smith and Valera Smith were graduated from the Iowa State Teacn- er« college at the end of the summer session at Cedar Folia, Tnurs- d i/ night. The girls were all awarded the degree of Bachelor of Arts. Mr. and Mr». H. T. Miller and baby son, Phillip Thomas, returned to their home in Oklahoma City, Okla., last week Tuesday, Mrs. Miller and baby had been visiting her parents, Dr. and Mrs. P. V Janse for the past two months. Peggy Edward* of Clear Lake wast n guest of her aunt, Mrs. Alwin Huenhold, from Monday until on Thursday. Wednesday, Mrs. Huenhold and little son, Jon, and Peggy drove to Lakota to visit Mrs. Hucn- hold's mother, Mrs. Wm. Aalderks. Harry Bluhop from Louisville, Kentucky, arrived Monday evening for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bishop. Tuesday afternoon he drove to Minneapolis with John Mangan, and returned Friday. He will be here all of this week. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Stewart of Kanawha, Mrs. H. H. Frltze, Mr*. Winifred Goodnow and three children, Peggy, Bobby and Donald of Iowa City were Wednesday guests of Dr. and Mrs. L. G. Baker. Mrs. Stewart and Mrs. Fritze are sisters of Mrs. Baker. Peggy remained for a longer visit. Mr. and Mn. H. R. Ba»mu»son are leaving soon for a week or no in the Twin Cities -'Utting with friends and relatives. While there Mr. Rasmusson, the director of the Algona Municipal band, will attend a music clinic. In his absence Harry Spongberg will direet the Algona band In its weekly concerts. Mr. and Mrs. 3. G. McDowell and family returned to their home here Wednesday after being gone for the past four weeks. They visited Mr. McDowell's sister and husband. Mr. and Mrs. E A. Zilmer at Waterloo. Mrs. McDowell and son, Allan, also visited her parents, Mr. and Mr*. Frank Fishel at Shell Rock. Iowa. .Mr*. U. I.. Milliard left Friday night for Clear Lake to meet her husband' parents. Mr. and Mr-> Frank Milliard. They drove on to International Falls. B. L. Hiiliard of South Bend, Indiana, met them there, Sunday, and they will remain for a two weeks vacation Mrs. 15 L. Milliard has been visiting h-ir .larents. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bishop for the past two weeks. Mr. and Mr». D. D. Monlux took their son, Robert, back to Iowa City- last week Tuesday after a ten day visit here. They visited relatives at Elkader, and returned home on Thursday evening. Robert has com pitted three yearn of pre-medical work at he University of Iowa, and Is working this year in the children's hospital. He is a member of the Phi Rho Sigma fraternity. .Meryl Norton. B. N., mid two girl friends, Mable Standinger and June Littrell of Chicago, returned Fri duly afternoon from three weeks spent in Yellowstone National Park and the Rocky Mountain National Forest. Meryl Norton U the sup erintendent of nurses at the Molinc public hospital at Muline. HI., a >•! she will spend this week visi'irs her parents. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Norton before returning to her dutus Elevator Business Hits a New High Fen ton: E. J. Frank, president of the Farmers Elevator company, reports that business during the inuiitn of July was the greatest of any month in the company's history. Due to the steady increase in business, it has become necessary for the elevator company to add another man, and Dale \Veisbrod. son of the manager, Chas. Weisbrod, was add ed to the force. The company now has three ful! time employees MILWAUKEEFOLKS AT ST. BENEDICT St. Benedict: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Arndorfer of Milwaukee visited at the John Arndorfer home and call- 'ed on several other relatives last week. Frank Is a brother of John, Bancroft Woman Visit* Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bring of Bancroft visited at the home of her mother, Mrs. Carrie Erlckson. all day Thursday. St. Benedict Girl III Delores Lallles, 17 years old, has a severe case of rheumatism and she Is not able to be about. Mrs. Ostwald Lallier assisted with her care last Saturday and Sunday when she was sucering intense pnin. Mrs. Fred Erlckson spent last Sunday at her home. A large number of relatives of Sunday at her home Mrs. Mary McKenna and daughter Bertha and Baby Marlene drove to Stacyville Friday to spend the day with Irene Fasbender. Mr. and Mrs. Greg Studer. John Arend and Geo. Ludwig departed Saturday for St. Cloud and Detroit Lakes, Minn., to visit for a week or more. Miss Mathilda Gorman, DCS Moines. Mrs. Frances Bonder of Lakehurst, New Jersey and Mrs. Leonard Arndorfer called on Mrs. Wm. Arndorfer Wednesday. This is Mrs. Bonder's first visit to this vicinity since her mother's death. She also called on Mrs. Louis Cink. O. Madson sold hU home on Kennedy street last week to Matt Streit, who will take possession the first of the month. Air. and Mr*. Win. F. Sfawle left Saturday night for a two weeks' vacation which they will spend in northern Minnesota. Harry Moore and son, Stanley, who are visiting here from San Antonio. Texas, and Ed Rlst. drove to Fort Dodge, Thursday, and attended an exhibition of fancy shooting by a Mr. Topperwein of San Antonio, who is an old friend of Mr. Moore. Mr*. Stanley Walton and tun children of Hyattville, Wyo., was a guest last week at the home of her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Platt. This week Mrs. Walters and children are visiting at the Ellis Runchey home In Clarion. A family reunion will be held thera Sunday. Sir. and Mrs. Clarence Stewart and daughter, Joan, drove to Kansas City. Mo., and visited at the homes of the former's sisters. Mrs. Ida Hcberllng, and Mrs. Paul Biker. They returned Sunday, bringing their daughter, Catherine with them. Catherine has been visiting in Kansas City during the entire summer. Mrs. Marsh Stephens Dies at Ortonville News of the death of Mrs. Marsh Stephens, a former well known AI- gona woman, who has been living at Ortonville, Minn., for a number of years, reached Algona last week when it was learned that she had died at her home July 31 at the age of 92 years. Mrs. B. F. Reed, who is here visiting at the home of her son, Lee Reed, and Mr. and Mrs. Manson Stewart. Yankton. stopped to visit her earlier in the month, and found her seriously ill at the time. Mrs. Stephens and her husband came to Kossuth in the seventies and lived on a farm east of Algona. Later Mr. Stephens sheriff of the county. Mrs. StepTiens is survived by her daughter, Harriet, who teaches In the primary department of the Mln* neapolis schools and her son, who lives at Ortonville. Vacation in Dakota St. Benedict: Mr. and Mrs. John Arndorfer and daughter, Lorraine of Algona. and their son Art. left on Monday to spend a week at Big Stone. N. D.. with his brother, Jo« and Oliva and Frnak Mathlas. They also intend to drive to the Black Hills. Lorraine has her vacation at present. You Are Invited to Attend a Plowing Demonstration Wednesday, p, m, August 31 at the Chester L. Bailey farm 2 miles north of Algona on Highway 169 SEE THESE FARMALLS AND PLOWS IN ACTION jlf You Want to Farm Right and Make Money, Farm with a McCormick-Dccrins FARMALL ' In Three 9l*t»» F-12, F-20 and F-30 Pays for Itself in Time Saved ... in Lower Production Cos to NewQFall * Hats Sweaters, Skirts Purses HATS There's high drama in these new hats of fine felts and dressy velvet. Hats that make you feel excitingly gay. $1.95 —$3.50 SWEATERS SKIRTS Soft sweaters anil wool .skirt i New fall colors. Skirts ur« gored and pleated. $1.95 up PURSES Novelty leather bugs . . . grand for every day wear. Suftly tailored top handle^, envelopes, u;id pouches. 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Growing children particularly need the things this better kind of breakfast gives them ... to "fill them out" with firm flesh and, sturdy muscles. It's most economical, and you can have a delicious Quaker Oats breakfast for your whole family ready in only 2 3 i minutes I Get Quaker Oats At Your Grocer's Today QUAKER OATS R/C/J in Neri'e-Xourisbhig Vitamin 11, F U N FOR A L L THIRD ANNUAL BEEF CATTLE SHOW SFOHT DODGE SEPT. 6-7-8-9 Afternoon and Evening

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