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The Algom Pppw Pea Moinen, Algona. Iowa. Sept. 20,1938 id's S"? hlM * »«« in and con- , , ef t for Ames State . **'• and MM. W. A. Barty drove *° £•*» I City, Sunday, ^ e they Berrte dau *hter, Mrs. R. c .. E! »'" e , Hllsteadt, bookkeeper a 3n e ± tSf ° r l, Lumber Company was Th,f, 2 Unab i 6 to be at her Thursday and Friday. Bob Dewel and John Spencer left Friday morning for Iowa City to f n " e ?K the Universit y of Iowa dur >ng the coming year. Wll80n of Lake Ml " n wii parents - Mr - and Mrs V K mi S n° n 'T andJhls Sl8ter - M » v. K. Rising, Tuesday evening Edward Matvdsley took his daughter, Dorothy, to Dea Molnes, Thursday, where *he wilt attend the Drake University during the coming. MM* Louis Fnhrmfcn WM dismissed from the Kossuth hospital, Friday, following a siege of bronchial pneumonia, to return to her home here. Ixralws Smith spent the week end visiting her mother, Mrs. Clyde Smith. Louise Is a student at Cedar Falls at the Iowa Stab Teachers' College. New cheer leaden chosen at the Algona high school, Friday after noon, are Ruby Turner, OrvIIle Bak ken, Mary Jane Neville, Betty Merritt, and Joan Stephenson. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hoenk spent Friday and Saturday in Mfn- neapolls on business. They visited at the home of Mrs. Hoenk's sister, Mrs. K. H. McLaren. Mr. and Mm. Fred Timm and family moved into the Kain apartment on East Kennedy street, on Thursday. Their former residence was on South Hale street. Mrs. Kettle Ferryman and her daughter, Ruth, returned to their home at Atlantic, Friday, following a two weeks' visit with another daughter, Mrs. A. E. Michel. Mr. and Mrs. ,1. W. Gill returned to their home in Litchfleld, Nebr., Wednesday after visiting since Friday with teir son arid daughter-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Gill. Mr*. Gene Neville and little son, Danny Gene, left for Spencer, on WHERE ARE 'YOU GOING? TO BUY A SUPPLY OF LIFEBUOY! I GOT THE IDEA AT THE MOTION PICTURE COOKING SCHOOLJ Thursday evening., to spend th week end visiting Mrs. Neville* parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lewis Mr. »nd Mrs. Dennis Pratt, Mr and Mrs. Frank Shllts and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Parks were Friday eve nlng guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. H Hoppe, former Algona residents who now reside In Fort Dodge. Mrs. A. W. Amnnson entertained her bridge club members at her home Wednesday eenlng. The high score prize at bridge was won by Mrs. Owen Nichols, and the consolation prize went to Mrs. Wm Dau. Maurice Michel and Jane Bennett of Des Molnes visited at the home of the former's mother, Mrs. A. E. Michel from Monday until Wednesday. Maurice will attend the Iowa State College at Ames this year. Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Rice spent the week end in Des Moines at the Earl Dusenberg home. They attended the wedding of the letter's son, Thomas, which was held at the First Plymouth Congregational church. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Norton took their son, Dick, to Iowa City, Friday, to enter the university. Mr. and Mrs. Norton drove to Tipton, where they visited over the week end with Mrs. Norton's aunt, Mrs. Laura Monier. A daughter was bom to Mr. and Mrs. Edniond Norton of Bremerton, Washington, Friday morning, September 16. The baby has been nam- ed Mary Carol. Edntond is the son Of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Norton. Mary Carol is their first child. Mr. and Mr*. Peter Chubb and son of Humboldt are spending this Week visiting their respective parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Chubb and Mrs. M. J. Qulnn. Mr. Chubb Is employed by the state hlghwny commission and is enjoying a week's vacation at this time. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence E. Woods and two daughters, Ardith and Jan- Ice, left Wednesday for California, to make their permanent home in San Diego. Mr. Woods was employed at the Hoenk Motor Company as a mechanic, and Mrs Woods is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Richardson. Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon in Spencer for Miss -ora Christensen, who passed away it her home, Sunday mornni?. She lad been in poor health for several years. Miss Christensen was the sister of Roy Christensen of Algona, L. M. Chritensen of Esther- •ille. and the late P. J. Christensen. The Homp Builders Sunday School class of the Methodist church met or a 6:30 picnic supper In the churrh lining room Wednesday evening. An election of officers was held with he following officers elected: A. L. Brown, president; John Weber, vice resident; and Mrs. Albert Groot- rs, secretary-treasurer. Wm. C. 5au entertained the group by show- ng motion pictures that were taken f his western trip last summer. then Bernice had transferred to Old Faithful Camp. Bernice was to leave immediately for Grlnnell, where she was to begin her senior year in the college. • • • Helen Corey had Vpn n visitor at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Corey over the week end. She had spent the summer it Grand Lake lodge, one of the camps in Rocky Mountain National Park, but had returned to Iowa in time to resume her second year's college work at Cedar Falls when school opened the first of the week. • * • Mrs. O. D. Shumwaj- had spent a week in Sutherland visiting relatives. • • * Mrs. K. D. .Tamps »nd Holm Jasperson had left for California. Mrs. Jamcr was to vis c her mother and sister, Mrs. L R. Morrison. who lived in Pasartena and was to be absent about a month. Helen was to join her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Jnsi3r$on, who hnd decided to Jocite permanently in the west • * • Mr. and Mr*. Dclo* Gardner were tire parwnl'i of a biby boy. • * * M. P. Haggard, lUelwir Knken- halncr and L. E. Linnnn had attended a Rotary meeting at Fort Dodge. Mr. Linnan had Appeared on the program. The district governor had also been present. * * # Mr. and Mrs. Eugrnr Miirtnirli, who had moved from Chicago to Philadelphia, where Gene was employed with an Insurance company. had written that they were nicely settled and hnd met up with Mr and Mrs. Charley Carlon who live* there and were beginning to fee at home. H, W.POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long distance hauling. Every load Injured against loss or dnmage. Equipped to do an kinds of draylrig and battling. 33-tt m Be? sure you see the FREE movie STAR IN MY KITCHEN W HERE and how does Lifebuoy come into this movie? We'd like to tell you—but it's a big surprise! "Star in My Kittbm" is full of surprises, and we don't want to spoil your fun. So all we can tell you here is that Lifebuoy contains an txcJtaht purifying ingredient. Daily Lifebuoy btths ftop "B. O." M no ordinary soap can. Over 20* milder than many leading "beauty" soaps, and Lifebuoy is simply grand for the complexion. See the ftee movie. \H TWENTY YEARS AGO The Algona Commercial club had arranged for two gravel days. Gravel had been secured and a committee appointed to look after the work. Gravel was to be placed on East McGregor street from the Chicago & North Western tracks as 'ar as possible and the city dads had promised to help with the work. * * * J. T. ChrlnchillM, E. J. Murtaglt, and C. T. Chubb had attended ! district meeting for the Fourth Lib erty Loan, which was to be launch ed the latter part of September. • • * Frank Kohlhao* of this city ha< received a letter from his brother John, one of the well known Sherman township boys, who had been in Camp Gordon. John had liked Camp Gordon, and had been on guard duty for forty-eight hours. PLANT IMULLINS'HYBRIDS )(ifiir,: .r....__.,.....TV.. .r. i .TTr: i rr.T'.' 1 .' ..rr.... „"/. V- 1 ?• CORWITH. IOWA The TRIPLE PROTECTED HYBRID, Time Tested for Adaptability, Yield and Quality. Place your order now and Insure yourself of a sufficient supply of the seed you desire. 37-tf A GRAND new fruit bread. J\. delicious in flavor... packed with the fruity good- new of bananas. And this is news...the bananas actually keep the bread moist and fresh for several days. Banana Tea Bread makes excellent toast for breakfast ... it's m treat at tea time, in school lunches, at church suppers. Try it for new sod "different" Modwiches. Be the firit in your crowd to serve this new flavor treat. And remember, Banana Tea Bread is only one of tlie many new uses for bananas. 'Get your copy of the banana tea bread recipe and other new banana recipes when you sec "Star in My Kitchen." UNITED FRUIT BANANAS diltributc'J by FRUIT DISPATCH COMPANY The following ten dairy farmers had received the largest cream checks for cream delivered to the Algona Co-Operative Creamery during the month of August: A. J. Keen & Son, L. N. Thorpe & Son H. C. Adams, Bert McCorkle & Son, David Keefe, Emil Lavrenz C. H. Gilbride, Frank Harness, and Harry Keith. » * * A census of the hogs of Iowa wiw to be taken immediately. Herbert Hoover had asked the Federal Food Administrator of Iowa. J. F. Deems of Burlington, to count the hogs in the state of Iowa and report to him. He had desired to know how much he could depend on Iowa in securing fifteen million tons of food during the year to send to Europe for the soldiers and Allies. Tho count was to be made by the farmers with a card, listing hogs on each farm. Sirs. W. K. Ferguson nnd hi>r father, Lewis H. Smith, hnd returned home. They had been visiting In the west and had a delightful trip. Miss Amlp Johnson, who had been employed in the Iowa State Banl< for some time" was compelled to return to her home In Irvington on account of a severe attack of ton- silltis. Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Heath an family of Wells, Minnesota, ha returned to their home after a shor visit at the F. S. Norton home here » * * Le« Nugent, who had recent! graduated from the Iowa Stat University dental deoartment, had located at Wesley for practice unti tie was called to the colors, whlcl was expected to be some time in November. "You'll be happy as larks!" I. Ms nailMr wMspmd: "She's wonderful, Bob — but rou could (each her a thing or two about te». Tell her In J. lofc "Gosh, Mom, but Lipton'« Tea must co»t a fortune. And we're going to be poor as church mice."* It MOfMf KM^MQ. It offt "Why, son, even as choice a tea as Upton's costs less than any other beverage except water. And you really ought to serve the best— when the best coats to little." UPTON'S TEA "THE frORUrS MOST DELICIOUS" ATTORWBT8 AT LAW R. J. Harrington J. D. Low* HARRINGTON * LOWE Rooms 212-14 First Natl Bk. Bid*. ALGONA, IOWA J. L. BONAR ATTORNEY AT LAW Collections will receive prompt attention ALGONA, IOWA TU cKolct b Mtlly MM!*. TU AixW? Hot«l It iltutUd In th« center of tU downtown dbtrlct - • few «Up« to inept •nd •muMaMnU Gutits «w «lw«yi com- forttbU In plMMnt, henvllk* room. Ap. prtiilnt food for brukbrt, luncUon •nd dinner -i*rv«d In the Coff«« Shop...Garage i«rvlM...AU »«U» if« r«Mon«Uc. weoooot i. STCITCM MMWCI 4TH STREET AT HEMNEPIN ANDREWS Fred Skinner, Dmnp Dewel, and Sills Stephensn had been out on the river In Fred's cnnoe, nnd Jincl ramped through the woods north of the city. A small Hflp carried bv )uane, Dewel was neoidently din- charged nnd the bullet had entered the back of Fred Sldnncr's foot, coming out above the ankle. No bones had been injured. WHAT DO VOU AND VOUR 44USPAND DIFFER OVER, MRS. BRPM/Nf MAKES AN AWFUL SCENE OVER MY HOME-MADE PANCAKES. \ SUCH THINGS TO SAV/ WELL, MRS. BROWN, WE. CAN GUARANTEE A-HAPPY ENPIN6- TO VOUR CASE. JUST GET VOURr SELF SOME Of AUNTJSMIMA'S READV MIX. MAN WHAT A MEAL/ TRY IT IN THE MORNIM&THANKS SO GOSH,THAT MAN OF MINE GOES FOP. • AUNTJBMIMA'S TENDtR,FLUFFY«OT- CAKES/EVERYTHING CbUlcd Fruit Juic« AUNT JBMISUY TBNDEB HOTCAKS* mud* from cMy (Unction* oo UN Butter CaOm see AUNT JEMIMA 'mate • these Happifying Hotcakes | .FREE COOKING SCHOOL MOVIE a * ^>i^1 i+t Iff t,i 'XiiiVitV* .Mr. nnd Mrs. Howard Beurdslpv had been visiting Mrs. Beardsley's parents at Rock Rapids. • * * CMOS. Xlroutln, O. C. S!i«lly *V C. H. Cretzmeyer, and Joe Jen'ts had been hunting ip the north p-i f ' of the county. When they had reached the grounds, Mr. Shelly'.* shot eun and two boxes of she'lls and Dr. Cretzmeyer's rubber boots were missing, having fn'!en from the car when the door came ooei Thoy borrowed a gun for Mr. Sli••"•• and came home with 25 ducks and two jack snipes. TEN VEAItS AGO .Mr. uiul .Mrs. A. L. Peterson had arrived home from their trip to Oklahoma City where Mr. Peterson had visited with his aged mother * * * Mr*. Theodore Gofers htul died at her home in this city following an Mines of several months. She was survived by her husband, a 'oster son. three brothers. James Pasley of DeKalb, III.; Perry Pas ey of Madison. Wis., and Albert r'asley of Sexton ami one sistur. Mrs. Kirharil Tanner of Lumas, Washington. -lames MurtaKH, l>roiiiincnt luw- 'er and a leading democratic pul- cian in Iowa, a brother of (' H and E. J. Murtagh. had died in Waterloo. * * # F. S. Norton, L. E. Linnan, R. If. Miller and M. P. Haggard had been at Estherville on business and hud incidentally vUited the swimming pool. Mrs. Norton stated that Eh- therville had a wonderful pool ami that one would be very nice for Algona. He .suggested that one might be built at the soft water \ ond. which was said to be fed by springs or near thu river on South Dodge street, that would be a big savings on expenses compared to one built up town where city water would have to be supplied. * * * Miss Alice Mann, funnvr «••!! known Irvingtun lady, had been critically ill at LOIIK Boach. California, where she wa.s living. * # * Mr*. Moron Builcy of I'liiLidi Ipliia had left for her home after an extended visit here with her father and grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Keith and many or' her oM girlhood friends. * » * N'ick XVazlwick hud ri turned to Chicago after visiting his aunts, Mrs. Hugh Post and Mrj. Elmer Kelly for two weeks. « * * Ruth Stoke* uud Btruice Stock bad reached home from Yellowstone National Park where they had spent the summer The previous year both girls had beeu at Lake Camp. I TRY SO HARD MRS. WHITE BUT I'M JUST NO GOOD AS A COOK. CAN THAT BE A GAS RANGE? BUT THE GAS MAINS ARE MILES AWAY. COOKINfi GAS, MY DEAfc.THEY OUIVER. IT TO US IN CYLINDERS. HEUO, JtftRYl MRS. WHITE HAS BEEN TEUINfi ME HOW EASY IT IS TO COOK WITH SHEILANC. HAVE A CUP OF TEA AT MY HOUSE BEFORE YOUR HUSBAND CALLS FOR YOU. A RELIEF TO BE RID OF DIRT AND ASHES. Of DRUDGERY IN THE KITCHEN OU'RE THE BEST COOK IN TOWN SINCE VET YOU SAY IT ONLY COSTS A FEW CENTS A PAY? 'fatf^ •-"'" c •*»••"»• IT'S EASY TO 8E A GOOD COOK WIT« SHELLANE IMAGINE baking four cakes at one time without watching tlic oven .. . without testing ... without fear of failure. That's just one of the miracles of modern cookery that you can perform with Shellane. But beat of all are the miracles that Shellane performs for you. For Shellane puts an end to kitchen drudgery. No more dirt and ashes! No more (ending fire... carrying coal ... trimming wicks. In fact, Shellane doesn't even tarnish your pots and pans? And with Shellane, you ran have automata, hot water ... automatic refrigeration . .. oil the other conveniences of city gas service. Yet it costs just a few rents a day to hnve this pure natural gas delivered to your home. Isn't it wo'th investigating? Howard Hardware DISTRIBUTOR Gome Jo /REE Motion Picture Cooking School have a good time-learn about Atf, So EASY to bake and fry with Spry -foods are doubly delicious, so digestible T HERE'S a delightful new motion picture coming ;iad it's f RI'.E. lie sure lo see "Stur in my Kitchen." Watch t!iii p.ipcr f.ir time and place. You'll find rc:il entertainment in it and real help, too. For il shows you jj,new, easier way to bake and fry —v.ith Spiy, the new ALL-vcgetable lihuru-ninj.;. Cooking experts for 2S1 liomc- making schools say Spry's the Spry TRIPLE-CREAMED creamiest shorf.-n,'n^ they ever ijsed. Cakt . are mixed in half the time with Spry, yet they're lighter, f;ncr, v.ith a wonderfully delicate Havoc. Just try tins recipe. See if the must expensive shortening ever gave you so delicious a rake. Spry pastry is fhkicr and more tender—Spry-fried funds crisjier :nid tastier and so dimstible a ehild can eat them. Try Spry today. Combine Spry, salt and vanilla. A'lil Mjyar "rariuaily and cream until lijjlit ami ilufiy. (S,, (l i.u:lil> d<ine with :m<,utli. creamier SrryO AJcl egti'. uue at a time, licatin^ llior- uu-hly jfin- each addition. ) Pn't li.jiir and Imkinj; powiKr to- Ki-'tlKT J ti.-iies. Add fin;,!] aiJMuaU of llour tvj ^l'.aiU;.-,J lliixtUTl-, alUT- liat.-!y wild Hulk. U-.nin^ jUrri-uL-h a l.l;ti,;ii uiit-.l Mu..,,Ali. I'out Latter iiilu t'.iu 6-iiub l.tyci I.JM., JT, j-.cd uuli Spiv. I'-aUeiu im,,],-iaivly l,ot ovi-n ()75 J I-.) 2.5 n.inuti-a. S.n,<-ad ( liociilate l'iu>ti.'u; l;uiv.i.xu Uyers mid on t'.-j, and :i.:..., ,,i' Lake. CHOCOLATE FROSTING 2t. 1 |,[ l ..i l .,,.r.3Si,ry 1 Vj cups B .ll,.J con- 1 l.il,l,-.i>.,.iib:iHtr Kxiioiitri'sanjr 3 l .uiu.-jcl. l ,u J |.,lc lilca.,1 liv.iuilU S taijUatuolu hut 14 t tji |, , ,u -alt la:lk Melt Spry. Uif'-r ai',1 eh.jcylate I'.'tietliL-r ovi-r U:iC v,jli.-t. l-<.ar hot n.ilk i 'V tT ^u a ji u:: J -u.- utiEi! .•'U^ur . Adi i .-.ilia u: ic n.L\t..i'.- u:. , pure? AlL-vegeiab.e ^ shortening In 3-lb., Mb. cam. Also in thu big 6-lb fumily »ia. . _ .(Clip u»J iutu liut Spry rtti|wj_ _,. W. B, QUARTON H. W. MTJLUCat ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Co. Savings Bk. Bld«. Office Phone 427 ALGONA. IOWA A. HUTCHISON DONALD C. HUTCHISON THEODORE C. HUTCHISON ATTORNEYS AT LAW Security State Bk. Bldg. Phone 251 R J Van Ness O. W. Stlllman VAN NESS A STILLMAN ATTORNE3YS AT LAW Offices in new Heise Building Phone 213 Algona, Iowa Gaylord D. Shumwny Edw. D. Kelly SHUMWAY & KELLY ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office in Qufnby Bid?. Phone M ALGONA. IOWA HIRAM B. WHITE ATTORNEY AT LAW Office In Hutchison Building Phone 206 ATTORNEYS AT LAW J. W. Sullivan (dec'd) S. E. McMahoa E. Linnan , AlRona, lovva Phone 281 Office over Kossuth Mut Ins. Bid* ALGONA, IOWA L. A. WINKEL ATTORNEY AT LAW (County Attorney) Office over Qulnby Building PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS J. N. KENEFICK «_. PHYSICIAN * SURGEON UrTIce formerly occupied by Dr A. L. Rlst over Rexall Drug Store omct C. H. CRETZSIEYEB, M. D. Phone 444-310 SURGEON & PHYSICIAN Office John Galbraith Bldg. MELVIN Q. BOURNE PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office over old Post Office Phones—Office 197 R e8 . 194 OSTEOPATHS DR. S. W. MEYER Osteopathlc Physician General Practice i a " en " on 8'ven to non- surgical treatment of rectal diseases, varicose veins and rupture Sawyer Bldg.. East State St Phone 1<J7 DENTISTS DR. H. At OLSON DENTIST PhSS^n 1 "-— -' ^ e . a - tre BW * G NUGENTT DENTIST »R. C. D. SCHAAP DENTIST _ A. J. EASON, Dentist Office over James Drug Store Phone Office 89, Residence 839 KARL R HOFFMAN DENTIST Office In New Helse Bldg Phone " Res. Phone lie SEE WHAT UGrHT,TENDER CAKES Spry GIVES IN HALF THE MIXING TIME. TRY THIS RECIPE OLD FASHIONED CHOCOLATE LAYER CAKE REAL ESTATE r) _ Ar aiURTAGH & SON KEAL ESTATE FARM INSURANCE BONDS QuinbyBldg. VETERINARIANS n i u WINKEL Dr. L. W. Fox Dr. J. B Winkel 0<fP ff pt 22 ° West State Stree?' Office Phone 475-W R es . 475-R ALGONA, IOWA Typewriter Paper We have just received a targe shipment of ream packages <MJO sheets) which sell for 75c for 500 sheets This is a good grade bond paper and will malse ar. e«- c'ellent school paper. The Algona Upper Des Moines Inquire at The ua 1 T pj>er Des Moines u-e ft>r }>artiurlara

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