OCALS D. week-end hero . held a -brief ses- Monday, next Monday. Glenn, Chicago, and left hr S, pen Tuesday here. d White, Iowa Falls, spent tPtiVl with his grandpar- k 'and Mrs Ellis McWhor- , who some weeks a lie" stroke in his b again driving his oil Q. D. Stokes, Mrs. H Free, and Mrs. George spent Friday at -Fort .,„ Holland, Maxwell, who [at Spencer, spent the week- her sister, Mrs. G. W. Hi Taylor le£t Sunday ir Chicago for a week with Mrs. .Campbell Mrs ugMer -Jr. ;ev. Raymond Kresensky Ida Grove Tuesday to give ess. He expected to 'be Iveral days. [ Clayton, who, with Fern- chey, recently 'bought a | station at Emmetsburg, fe week-end here. fc. D. Schaap returned last fednesday from Swea City, lite had speift, several days I aunt, Mrs. John Anderson. B. C. McMahon spent Mon- sday, and yesterday at teaching English and Lat- Is while Che regular teacher [Borchardt, Wm. F. Steele, M, Hauberg spent Friday at lies, attending a meeting of called to discuss the new lies tax. P. E. Saunders has for three «en at Bloomfield, south- flDes Moines, helping care 1 aged father, who ihas ur- mng. D. Brundage went to |lnd., Sunday to attend the dding anniversary of her | Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Smiley. [ foe gone ten days. Henry, Algona, entered leral .hospital last week ay for medical treatment, pder, Corwith, underwent a at the same hospital B. Mason, Fort Madison, sday from Minneapolis, Tie_ spent the winter with a is visiting her daughter V. Janse before continuing adison, son of Mr. and Mrs. part time employment in a Spencer drygooda store. W. G. MoCullough went to Forest City lost evening to attend a North Central funeral directors meeting. He was elected president at a meeting at the Algona hotel two week ago. T. A. McMahon, Wesley, is secretary. The association, newly ( organized, consists of funeral directors in 11 counties. Everett Anderson, who had boon asaistant at the Laird & McCullough funeral home a year, left Friday for Mobile, Ala., where he is to be manager of the tire and auto accessories department of a Sears-Roe/buck store. He drove down in bis own car and will live there with a sister, Mrs. Harold E. Gust. There will be a North Central District Conference of the 'Iowa Congress of Parents and Teachers at the senior high school building, Fort Dodge, all day tomorrow. Mrs. D. D. Monlux, Mrs. A. A. Bishop, Miss Wilson, Mrs. B. P. 'Richardson, and the Rev. Mr. Hueser arc expected to attend, and 'all other PTA irierh'b'ers are invited. Announcement of J. J. Dooley for democratic renomination for county recorder is made this week. Mr. Dooley's office base been kept exceedingly ibusy during tihe past few months by added duties in connection with the corn loan program. His daughter is deputy, and Eleanor 'Rahm, formerly of St. Benedict is special clerk. E. J. Van Ness returned last week Wednesday from a two-day business trip to Council Bluffs. At Council Bluffs a light snow was falling, but when he reached Missouri Valley on the way back he ran into an old-time blizzard, which lasted till he reached Fort Dodge. 'From Fort Dodge to Algona there was no sign of snow. Mrs. Thomas Akre has received word of the marriage last Thursday of her daughter Hazel to J. Harry Parr, Los Angeles. Mr. Parr is employed by the Automobile Club of 'Southern California, and the. new Mrs. Parr will for tbe present continue the secretarial work for tine same concern at which she has been employed several years. iDr. P. V. Janse left Monday for Oklahoma City, Okla., where .he is spending a week with his daughter, Mrs. H. T. Miller. Mr. Miller's Classen high school basketball team .has had a successful season, and Doctor Janse will see it play in a big tournament. The doctor flew from .Des Moines to Oklahoma PAGE THREH ing Contestants from Lcdyard Ponton .and ,1.01,0 Hock also took Dart, i ho contest was a sub-dis- The trict moot in a Kt . lln Sf , ri( , s winners will now take part' in lire-district cf.nU.-st. Patients at I lie Kossulli hospital during the last week have «fiver Christens™, Algona, * tortaincd at a benefit bridge party at Mrs. Kenneth Mercer's Saturday ' n ' U '' idC at versary 'Sunday. They were married March 11, 1926, at Sioux City. Six o'clock dinner was served to n ,M,. ralA «^" "»mer WH.S surveu 10 TO/' r! ' Mrs -. ( '- N- Aalfs and Mr. and Mrs. August Becker and I',, , i ,'r a ' n "u Wlnnin 8 tllc high the Hev. and Mrs. P. J. Braner. *HC f , r ' ut ! ch wa ? KC ''ved by the The evening was spent at visiting in loi owing which a number of and in musical entertainment given treatment; B'"-« ,., , . osloy, surgery; (; MV ar,l Thornton Algona, KUi-gory, hernia; Evprval Adams, Algona, Lowell Walker, Al- Bona, and Lcnnis ViUthum Wos- oy, appendectomies. Mr. ana Mrs. Hohort ,, aronts t s heir second child, a boy, at the hospital Sunday morning. A bnhv born „ Mr. ami Mrs. .!„,,„ spoke on campfirn work. Mar- Morris i« guardian; Mrs. S0011 A good-sized audience attended a high sdhool band and orchestra concert at the high school aud j tor _ luni I'nclay night. A small charge Was ma " c - ana the Hutchison, Mercer, assistant. "iMartli'a'palm'cr is president; Gwendolyn Deal, vice; Olcndora Burl.ank, secretary;Helen L'aulii, treasurer; Norine Greiner, publicity chairman. I'arly at Altromi Hotel— Inez and Ha/.cl Potter, Bertha Kuclumrouther, and Georgia Carmean, Bancroft, entertained at seven tables of bridge at the AI- Rima hotel Friday evening. St. Pat- r'fVfl day decorations were featur- m tallies, place cards, and in menu. Delia Welter won the high score at bridge; Mrs. C. N. Aalfs, second. Table prizes were won by birth ., • then- and today a musicians, Wane II. D. , . ane II. Collins, will practice at Kort Dodge in preparation for appearance at the opening session of -»~ wi,v.,nu B Mission ot a North Central teacliers' meeting there tonight. A combined orchestra of 100 instruments from the schools of the district will play. Dr. F. c. Scanlan and Lloyd Pratt were introduced as new members of the Rotary club Monday noon. V, H. Morrison, who lost his classification when he resigned as county agent, is again a member, under a new classification. Dr W G. Muhleman, who was a member but found that his duties as Methodist district superintendent prevented regular attendance, has been elected to honorary membership, which does not require regular attendance.- The only other honorary members are J. -F, Overmyer and Sen. L. j. Dickinson. • ed Barnes and * the h G. . , Franc, and Carl Pearson. I'. K. 0. Sisterhood Elects— The P. E. o.'s met last week Wednesday with Mrs. T. p. Harrington, and officers were elected' Mrs. p. j. Cliristensen, president; Mrs. H. 'H. Cowan, vice president; Mrs. T. H. Chrischilles, secretary; •Mrs. Emily Griggs, corresponding secretary; Mrs. K. A. Evans, treasurer; Mrs. Harrington, chaplain. The last four were reelected. After election a short program in charge of Mrs. Lura iSanders was followed by a covered-dish supper. Ilcckcrs Eight Years Wed— Mr. and Mrs. Henry Becker celebrated their eighth wedding anni- 1). A. K. Hours Lu Verne 1'astor— Tlie D, A. R. held a guest-day meeting at tbe city library Tuesday afternoon, and heard Doctor Baddeley, pastor of the Lu Verne Methodist church, speak on pottery and chinaware. ' interesting but This was not only highly instructive. He exhibited specimens of various kinds of chinaware, and showed why some were valuable, others not. After his lecture the women 'Plied him with questions for more than an hour, and he judged pieces of chinaware which they had brought to the meeting. The women hope to hear him again. Refreshments were served by a hostess committee consisting of Mesdames (Mattie .Falkenhainer, Luella Patterson, and Carrie Bourne. City, stopping briefly for connec-|gt tions at Omaha and Kansas City. ' Akre, recently resigned he (Library of Congress, Eton, D. C., and has accept- loyment in the legal depart" the Farm Credit Corp. Barton, former Algonian, |Lu Verne early last week, ly news that his mother, |ander Barton, widow of a county supervisor, was ly sick. He lives at Minne- IGoeders was able to 'he at |e Monday for the first time fc suffered a severe attack of •some weeks ago. Mrs. Goed•o also had a severe attack, •able to be up and about the he Momyer got home Sun- fini Chicago, and is again i her father, C. A. Momyer, •abstract office. iShe has nployed the last few years INewberry research library, iMoEvoy, district court clerk, •cBvoy, son John, daughter land Mary Biggings, Father | s housekeeper, s P en t Sun- 1 Clare with a sister of Mr. I who is housekeeper for a pbere. Dearchs, Ella Zumach, Vigars, and Margaret jc were here for the week- |twe 6 n terms at the State I™ ' e gf-pn the way/hack Otto (Falkenhainer was at Minneapolis and St. Paul last week, and went -back Monday after a weekend at home. Mr. Falkenhainer, who travels for Meyer & Co., a furnace concern, has been given a much larger territory which requires much of his time at the Twin Cities, and (Mr. and Mrs. Falkenhainer plan to live there for a time, but they will not move till later. ^Isabelle Greenberg, Algona, won first in dramatics, Evan Lichty, Lu Verne, first in humorous, and Richard 'Niver, also Lu Verne, first in oratorical, in the second and final round of a county declamatory for Bridegroom— There- was a surprise stag workshop showor for Albert Gould Saturday night at the Gould home given by Glenn iStrayer and Kennets Gould. Attending: the Mettille brothers, Sylvester Arndorfer, Kobert Leason, Rudolph Willrett, Dale and Glenn Culbertson, Robert Keefe, Harley Will, Donald and Orville Gardner, John Scuff- ham, Leo Barley, Kenneth Srtyarer, Eric Willrett, Jerome Eisenbarth, St. Benedict. The evening was spent at 500 at four tables, and after cards the bridegroom-to-be opened many gifts. 'Lunch was served by the guests. Campfire Girls Kntertiiin— contest at Ledyard Tuesday even- The Luhosbo cannpfire girls en- [Exccplloniilly So] THE ORIGINAL NICKLESS Only 5c A S MUCH as is possible of the nicotine has teen removed from to- j bacco used in the Nickless cigar — thereby assuring a cool mild and appealing smoke. Especially recommended for excessive smokers, but also favored by many who find other cigars too strong for them. THY A BOX, and you'll notice the difference—nil In your favor. Any Algona dealer can get them for you. )y Mr. Becker and 3ecker. Mrs. W. J. 'nrty Honors Newcomer Here— Mrs. T. C. Hutchison entertained t 7 o'clock dinner last Thursday veiling in honor of Mrs. Donald C. Tutchison. Bridge was played at ive tables, the Mesdames L. C. Nugent and M. H. Falkenhainer vinning the higih scores. Other Society. The Ohiltl Study club meets at :15 next Tuesday with Mrs. B. P. li chard son. Mrs. H. M. Hauberg entertained 2 women at bridge Friday after- pon, and Mrs. R. H. Miller won the iglh score. Joseph, youngest son of Sheriff and Mrs. Carl Dahlhauser, was taken by surprise wflien 18 friends called Monday evening to honor his 18th birthday. Mrs. W. P. French entertained eight women at dinner and bridge Monday night. The high score was won by Mrs. J. L. Bonar. Mrs. French entertained eight women at dinner and bridge last night. Mrs. M. H. Falkenhainer entertained her bridge club Monday afternoon. The .high table prizes were won by Mesdames E. A. Schemel, T. H. Chrischilles, and R. J. Keen. Mrs. R. H. Spencer and Mrs. W. W. Sullivan were guests of the club. Sale Dates •Mar. 19—-Victor Johnson stock reducing sale, Algona, near Cook and Titus oil stations. March 20—General closing out ale, Charles Marso, Corwillh. Mar. 22—Community day sale at one Rock. GJDHiMA'N PEAT MOSS, $2,50 per full 'bale. Chick starter, $2.00 per cwt., feeder free.—'Algona Flour & Feed Co. ' 19u20 DAYLIGHT HOLDUP This bank takes every precaution possible to prevent daylight holdups. We have a large maganese steel safe inside of our steel lined, electrically protected vault. This safe is equipped with a triple time lock. The cash of the bank is kept in this- safe. Each morning this safe is opened and an. amount of cash estimated as being sufficient to cash checks presented during the day is taken out. The safe is then again, locked and cannot be opened by anyone until evcing. A small amount of the cash taken out of the large safe is then placed in the various tellers' windows, and the balance is placed in a small safe that is also protected by time locks. This small safe can be opened only after thirty minutes time has elapsed after the combination has been worked. When large checks are presented and cash. requested we will have to ask the party presenting such a check to wait thirty minutes for the cash. We would suggest that checks, drafts and cashier's checks be used instead of actual cash whenever possible. We shall appreciate your cooperation trying- to prevent daylight holdups. in Iowa State Bank ALGONA Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation AOVANCE CoatS with New Fur Trimming Interest $19,50 Exciting things you'll find in our spring coat collection include the shoulder saddle ,of fluffy fox; tlie Queen Christina collar banded in kolinsky; and boyislv scarfs and collars combined with flattering yokes. These are just a few high spots—come and see the exciting rest . . . Tweeds for SPORTS Topcoats and Suits One itweed belongs in every spring wardrobe—and here are the liveliest in grand variety t'l I :=e —a va i i ± | ^ I i * 4Oth Anniversary Sale 4Oth nd Mrs. C . T. Kennedy, St. |nd their son John came y to visit Mrs. Kennedy's . Mr. and Mrs. John Goed- and J°"n went re- Kenefick spent at Des Moines , and spent Sunday Grove Wlth the Ooc tor' 8 tDoctoi- 's sister Juan- hospitai - -. t Loss became tov « mr second 6hild . an W, Sunday at their farm 68 w ^t of Algona on the S Child ' This is our Birthday . . YOUR TARTY! Come early and take ad vantage of these wonder ful values! AND fARLY SPRING SALE Of= d T ? "\ Same Money on Brown Bilt Blue Ribbon Work Shoes eentleman named H. ' as a ^ee Metho- ln iv "M Ad vance i,, Mareh '" whereas should have been Doro 8lsh . Mrs " ' , tow nship. ' beauty where with *» . Mr. They're ruggedly made for long, comfortable service. Get a pair now while prices are lowest. $1.98 to $3.50 Here's amazing values in Shoes for Boys $1.69 to $2.95 SAVE! on the extra wear in these 100 per cent leather Brownbilt Shoes . . , and their special low price during this sale. Men's Broken Sizes GOOD NEWS FOR YOU! Those nationally famous 100 per cent leather, high quality Brownbilt Shoes for Men and Women , Buster Brown Shoes for Girls and Boys- Many with the TREAD STRAIGHT Health principle—for easy comfort Will now become our FEATURED LINE of footwear for all the family Try these smartly styled, long wearing, comfort able shoes and know the real meaning of great er value and SHOE SATISFACTION. Super-Values in HOSIERY WOMEN'S—Pure silk, popular weights. MEN'S—Plain or striped, long wearing. CHILDREN'S—Colorful hose, strongly made. lOc and 49c Boys and girls' shoes . . . popular styles . . . most sizes . .. and record-breaking savings. New footwear fashions to flatter your gayest costume , * * $1 to [$1.95 $2.95 to $5 16 E, STATE STREET Good Brownbilt styles in most sizes . . • but not a11 sizes in ev ~ ery style. Come early for these. $2.45 to $5.95 BROWNELI Look what you save on these Children's Shoes They're sturdy . . . real Brown- bilt quality . . . but priced ridiculously low. $1.65 to $2.65 Sensational values in this Special Broken Size Grouping SALE BEGINS Thursday Morning March 15th idfes^^fifts SPECIAL VALUES This group includes some of the season's favorite Brownbilt styles. Come early to get them at these low prices. $1.48 to $2.95 Just Arrived!
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