Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 5, 1934 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA, IOWA ,.10 Alto club the Country "or a luncheon and [meet' 1 * . ga i eg contest lcem YlO establishments fds o' * ,1,00 was mado Goodyear tires wa re _ . *»%£ d estabHshment Aug- visit a > S fair, also three days Jiiknt at Akron, O. int m es have been tn keep up with auto > ttolt ™ safety features. * , r(n average 35 miles an '•-ra«f.- B r : otherwise stepped up e smaller, and It has that each Incti of de- ; on tulle or are The F. J. LaJrgs spent Sunday at Fairmont, fishing. Mary Mitchell, Mason City, spent the week-end at home, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Pearson spent the week-end with friends at Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Goeders went to the Okobojis Saturday for a several days stay. Mr. and Mrs. William Kulow, oC Hubbard, visited at the Rev. Brnn- er's Sunday and Monday. Charles Hutchison, who lives with his brother, A. Hutchison, suffered a heart attack Saturday. Helen Goeders and Nonnnn Walker spent yesterday with the latter's parents at Sioux City. Mr. and Mrs. John Isaacson are parents of a boy, born one day last week. This is their first child. Mr. and Mrs. M. B, Worster were at Plover last week Wednesday, attending the funeral of Olive Ann Broadwell, 75, a cousin of Mr. Worster. ."ilfe of an ordinary t 11 instead of blowouts Tie •sign is many accl- effects'of all this on and manufacture were Bennett, who ing her 'absence Mrs. Cora Virgin is substituting. Dr. and Mrs. H. L. McCorkle and 1 Sonny" spent Sunday with Mrs. McCorkle's BJv.ler, Mrs. Victor Young, Mason City, and Mrs. McCorkle and "Sonny" remained there for a week.. Mrs. R. W. Horigan wont to Spencer with Mr. Horigan Monday for a visit till after the Fourth. Mr. Horigan, Who came home Saturday night, is still employed in a shoe store there. Earl Hesley and Cecil McGinnis spent last Thursday at Storm Lake, attending a Mid-Continent Petroleum Corporation meeting. Earl is manager of the local station and Cecil is the tank driver. The Rev. and Mrs. M. A. Sjostrand went to lioono yesterday to attend a state Luther League convention at a Y. M. C. A. camp there yesterday and today. Mr. Sjostrand will speak today. by Mr. Bennett, wi u , c ,ear that the Goodyear is , lie new problems with its F/T5EY ISJpESDAY -NancyEmma Seeley, 81, died [.JO yesterday (Wednesday) Ing, after an illness of more fflve months. " 'eral services will be held at me on east McGregor street JO Saturday afternoon, the I'jRobt. Hoerner officiating, lurlal will be made in River- Is Seeley's maiden name was fe Emma Blgelow and she was I June 3, 1853, at Adamsburg, me following year her par- j Dr. and Mrs. I. S. Bigelow, to Dubuque, and she was J April 30, 1878, at Zwingle, Dubuque, to the late Dr. F. T. r, who was then practicing ie at Dubuque. In 1893 Dr. _% Seeley came to Algona, i has been the family home ince. i sons were born to Doctor llfrs. Seeley: Col. B. A. Seeley, (Bennlng, Ga., and P. B. Seeley, pa. There are three grand- iren, One brother, J. A. Bige[Dubuque, survives. Mrs. See- ras a member of the Congre- inal church. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Herman are expected home this week-end rrom ten days of fishing at Wabedo, Minn. Dr. and Mrs. M. G. Bourne got Ihome 'Sunday from a two weeks' •wedding trip to Denver, Yellowstone Park, and other western points'. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Menzel, Amrs, arcd tlheir son Hugh came Tuesday for several days withi Mrs. Men- zed's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Weaver. Lucille Preston, of Eldon, spent the week-end at Mrs. T. P. Harrington's. She and Bernice Harrington were roommates last year at Grinnell college. Mrs. Wm. K. Ferguson was expected home this morning from Washington, D. C., where she has b<en. visiting Mr. Ferguson and the son William. Col. and Mrs. Jesse Barrick, Forl Des Moines, spent the week-end ai Dr. J. F. 0. Price's. The Barricks and the Prices were abroad together in 1930. ID CONCERT WILL \[MM<L SUNDAY public is invited to attend [acred 'concert at the Baptist tch next Sunday night at 8:00 :. There will be no admission |and the program follows: 1 Me Jules Reynard Ugoaa Instrumental Sextette i Raney, Henry Becker, Harry jngberg, Mrs. Eugene Neville, . Arthur Anderson, the Rev. A. Hueser. Ipture reading. Tyer. »Overture J. S. Zamenik i of Home ..Grant Wellesley Sextette, irtory—Melody in D. Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Aalfs will to Leacflv 'Lake, Minnesota, Sunday for a week's vacation. Mr. Aalfs- travels for the Armour company out of Sioux City. Mary Biggins, .housekeeper a •St. Cecelia's rectory went to Roch ester Saturday for visit before go ing to Minneapolis. She expect to 'be away all week. Mrs. Byron Caldwell, Grayslake 111., went home last week-end, afte a month with her parents, Mr. an Mrs. G. W. Sheppard. She is th former Blanche Sheppard. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wallace Hollywood, left last week Wednesday, after several weeks .with the latter's sister, Mrs. Hortense Ferguson, and other relatives here. Mr .and Mrs. Jacob Wolfe, Kasota, Minn, and Mra. Bertha Ekland, St. Peter, Minn., were over Sunday visitors at C. F. Nolte's. Mrs. Ekland and Mrs. Nolle are sisters. Edwin Hill, employed on a federal erosion project near West Salem, Wis., spent the week-end here. E. A. Schemel, in charge of a closed bank at Geneva, spent the Fourth with Mrs. Schemel and their son Mart. The H. W. Plctches arc spending this week in one of the Godden cottages on Hayward's bay at the Okobojis. Dr. and Mrs. W. D. Anrews and their daughter Bevery spent the Fourth with them, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Duft-igg Jmmetsburg, and their son, the tev. James Dulhjgg, Sioux City pent the Fourth at E. C. Me teih'on's. Mrs. McMahon is a laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Du'higg Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Aulman, De rloines, and their two childrer topped Saturday at Mrs. Ell -.aird's and took her to the Oko jojis Tor a few weeks' vacation Mrs. Aulman is a daughter of Mrs ~_,aird. Charles Cretzmeyer and Richar ^ost left last week Tuesday for ew weeks at Danbury, Wis., on th St. Croix river. They have a sum mer cottage owned by Charles uncle, Prof. J. W. Cretzmeyer, Du- juque. Housewives considering the pur- chlse of a vacuum cleaner will be interested in the Foster furniture advertisement of the Eureka cleaner in today's Advance. Notice the special free trial and insallment purchase offers. 0. L. Saunders, Lake Worth, Fla,, and Romona Brumley, Bloomfield, came Sunday to spend the week with Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Saunders. 0. L. is Mr. Saunders' father, and Romona is a niece of Mr. and Mrs. Saunders. . The G. News at the Hospitals Mrs. William \VcUel, Lone Rock, ndcnvonl. a major operation at, 10 General hospital last Thursday, rma Ilclmcrs and Del Lcamcagli, iKonn, underwent tonsillectomies atu relay. Mrs. K. J. Klelnpcter, Algona, ad a major operation Monday, ohn Kochleau, Fenlon, entered the ospital on the Fourth for medical reatment. Dr. S. W. Meyers, osteopath at 'onion, and his wife became par- nts of an 8-lb. son at, the General ospital on Independence day. Doc- ur and Mrs. Clark, Bradgate, be- ame parents of a son on Roose- elt's birthday, as did also Doctor ind Mrs. Rodgers, Britt. These babies were also born at the Gen- oral hospital. William Dean Thomas, Iowa City, entered the Kossuth hospital last week Wednesday for a minor surgical operation Kenneth Thompson, Wesley, underwent a major operation the same day. . Clem Hogan, West Bend entered the hospital last week Wednesday for medical treatment. Siguard Beerman, Bancroft, under an operation Saturday, and Mrs. A. B. Pannkuk, Wesley, had one yesterday morning, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Froehlich, Wesley, became parents of a 7%-lb. girl at the hospital Sunday, their first child. Benjamin Walker, Wesley, entered the hospital Tuesday for medical treatment. nd her family, who are vacation- ng there. Mr. Falkenhainer re- ceive an "M." She will be a junior in high school next fall. urned the night of the Fourth and Mrs . R . E . King) p ul i man , Wash., vill go back Saturday to bring the amily homo Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Muckey drove o Albert Lea last, week Wednes- lay and brought home their daughter Valeria, who had spent several days with relatives at Winona. The Winona relatives brought icr as far as Albert Lea. She is now employed at the corn-hog of- 'ices at the courthouse. A special program of violin and saxaphone music was presented at the Methodist Sunday school Sunday morning. Violin selections were also given in the church services. The programs were given by an Indian who is visiting the Homer Tuttles and is a student in the Haskill Indian college. Josephine McEvoy, Clare, visited from last Thursday till Monday at her brother District Court Clerk E. J. McEvoy's. She accompanied Mr. and Mrs. McEvoy home last Thursday from Des Moines, where the McEvoys attended a county officers' convention. She went to Emmetsburg from here for a visit. and Mrs. J. F. Lyman, Tacoma, are guests of their sister, Mrs. H. N. Kruse. They came Friday and will be here ten days. Mr. and Mrs. R. E, King Jr., New Haven, Conn., and their daughters Phyllis and Mary arrived Monday for a visit with the Kruses, and other guests the same day were Mr. Kruse's nephew and niece, Harold and Margaret Ferris, Minneapolis, and a Doctor Peterson and his friend, of Kansas City, •Harold Turner, ;San Antonio, Tex., is visiting 'his motlber, Mrs. Kate Turner. He came a week ago Sunday, and next Sunday Harold, his mother, and . his sisteri Grace will go to Des Moines for a .visit with Mrs. Turner's daughters, Mrs. N. C. Skow and iMrs. G. M. W'hite. From Des Moines Harold will leave for New York to buy goods for iihe D. F. Paton company ready-to-wear s'hop at San Antonio, of which he is manager. Cecil 0. Bailey, now the Seneca storekeeper, was an Algona busi- boys will remain till Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Rollin A. Hunter, Washington, D. C., and their son Rolland Jr. are expected this week-end for a few days. They are now at Des Moines with Mr. Hunter's parents. Jess Riddle returned last week Monday from a visit at his old home at Bloomington, 111., where relatives still live. His mother, Mrs. M. I. Riddle, Lu Verne, his sister, Mrs. Arnold Sanders, telephone operator at Lu Verne, and his brother Oscar, Burt, accompanied him. They left Algona two weeks ago Sunday and in the Bloomington neighborhood saw the ravages of chinch bugs. Government oil was being supplied to farmers for use against the menace, and farmers would stand in line for hours to get their share. Before coming home the Riddles spent several days at the world's fair. The "Gospel Girls" who are conducting Four Square tent meetings across the street from the Bryant building will give as a special attraction tonight (Thursday) a L. I. F. E. night, or A Skit of Bible School Days. The Angelus Temple at Los Angeles has a Bible school where hundreds of young people are trained for gospel work and this is called the Lighthouse of International Foursquare Evangelism. A unique program tonight is promised. The program for tomorrow (Friday) evening is evangelistic—Run for Your Life; for Saturday, Divine Healing and Prayer for the Sick; next Sunday, 11 a. m NORTHWEST - IOWA - SUMMER - RESORT Call Theatre Saturday, July 7 JOB E, BROWN In (T. D. Williams) Instrumental Trio. t Lord is Near -Grant Wellesley ' ol Bethlehem ..J. S. Zamenik Sextette. i 0 Worship the King • Congregation n-The Touch of a Master jd, the Rev. V. V. Schuldt, jethodist supply pastor, "", Have Thine Own Way __ '- Congregation ition. A'COMPANION'? TBUWANT'AD' fall and winter an unmar- [ ( Kossuth farmer under 30 ad- S M in the Advance for a wife. waged by a f ew replies, but it ?F found what he wanted, Ijtfyertised again and received a 0 , re( m plles> At Ia8t accounts s still single. ly the Upper Des Moines following want adver- Mrs. F. W. Wehler, daughter Marie, and granddaughter Peggy Wehler spent Sunday at Pocahontas with relatives. Josephine Murtagh, employed in the offices of the collector of internal revenue at Des Moines, spent the Fourth at home. Mrs. R. H. Miller spent Monday at Estherville with her parents, and Donnabelle Merron, her niece, came here with her. Francis Knutson, of State's cafe, suffered serious burns on his left leg last Thursday, when he upset a kettle of boiling lard. Mr. and Mia. Harry Larson, Forest City, and three sons spent Sunday with Mrs. Larson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Specht. June Adel Overmeyer went to Iowa City last night (Wednesday) for a few days with Mrs. F. S. Norton and Elinor Norton. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. McMa'hion spent Sunday and Monday at Omaha on business. They were the guests of the Ray Nearys. Mrs. Neary and Mrs. McMaihon are .sisters. F. Townes spent last week Wednesday at Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Storck, Minneapolis, and their sons Gordon and Teddy were week-end guests of the Townes. Mrs. Storck is a sister of Mrs. Towne. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Trauger returned Sunday from Des Moines, where they had been since Friday, Mr. Trauger, who is Firestone representative in this territory, attended the opening of the new Firestone store. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Empting, Des Moines. and their children, Ruth and James, spent the Fourth with the Albert Granzows. Mr. and Mrs. Empting and James went home yesterday, but Ruth remained for a week's visit. 'Mrs. 0. 0. McKin, Omaha, came Sunday for several weeks with her mother, Mrs. Kate Turner. She is the former Dorothy Turner. Mr McKin, who is expected next week for a several days visit, is manager of a shoe store. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Good, their daughter Virginia, and Cecil Benner, the latter of Mason City, spent Mr. and Mrs. Max Bast, Alma Bast, Mr. and Mrs. August Huenhold, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wegener, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Huenhold, Mrs. Frieda Steussy, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johannsen, Mr. and Mrs. Gottlieb Gronbach, and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Geilenfeld attended the Balgeman funeral at Whittemore Sunday. R. H. Guderian, Advance lino- typist, and Mrs. Guderian are spending the week at Chicago and attending the world's fair. Frank Miller, of Ashton, former Advance employe who has for some years been employed at Seattle but is now spending a vacation in Iowa, is operating Mr. Guderian's machine. Mrs. Ulus Hall, Kansas City, and her daughter Mary Elizabeth are xpected next Tuesday for a week vith the former's father, Jerry Hel- ;ens, and her sister, Mrs. Tony Kirsch. They left Kansas City on the Fourth, but are spending a week at Ida Grove with Mr. Hall's parents. Mrs. Hall was Ella Helens. Mrs. C. E. McLaughlin and her daughters Rosemary and Eugenia were visitors from last week Tuesday till Saturday at County Recorder J. J. Dooley's. Mrs. McLaughlin lent: rl con >Panion. Am tn i far mer. Address re° •>• R., care this office." the Fourth at Spirit Lake with the George Goods. Virginia is vacationing this week from her duties at the Graham store. Mr. and Mrs. 'L. A. Dalbey, Mt. Ayr, daughter Linda Lee and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Fierce, Tingley, are spending a week with the H. V. Hulls. Mrs. Dalby is a sister .of Mrs. Hull and Mr. and Mra Fierce are 'her parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Swanson and •:their elviughter Rosalie -retulmedl Sunday from a two weeks vacation spent wim relatives at points an sout'hern part of Iowa. Mr. Swanson, who is manager of thei local A & P store, returned to San Antonio, is a sister of Mrs. Dooley, and Mrs. Dooley went to the McLaughlin home at St. Paul with the McLaughlins. Mrs. Dooley will be gone a week. Mrs. W. J. Becker and her son Billy spent Monday at Wesley, the guests of the former's parents, Mr. and v Mrs. Jacob Johnson. Mrs. K. R. Ferguson, Cedar Rapids, and her three children, who are visiting the Johnsons, are expected here next week for a visit with the Beckers. Mrs. Becker and Mrs. Ferguson are sisters. S. .D. Quarton, Cedar .Rapids, son Gardner, and brother Wililam ispent the Fourth with the Judge W. 'B. Quartona. William Quarton Milwaukee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold B. Quarton, came Tuesday and will remain till his parents go to Milwaukee, whidhi win be in la few weeks. Willia.m had been with a sister of Mrs. Quarton in Milwaukee. ness visitor Monday morning. He grew up at Fenton, and is the son of Frank Bailey, merchant there. His wife is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Yager, Algona, formerly Fenton, and they have one child. Mr. Bailey was for many years employed in the Murtagh line of banks, and for a time was with the County Savings here. For the last year or two he has been in charge of .a defunct out of the county bank. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schulze, Cedar Rapids, and Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Carroll, Des Moines, came Tuesday for a visit till this weekend with the D. C. Hutchinsons. They are en s route home from a five weeks tour in the west. They traveled to the coast via a southern route and came back via Yellowstone Park. Janet Carroll, who stayed with the Hutchinsons during her parents' absence, will go home with them. Mrs. Carroll and Mrs. Hutchison are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Schulze. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Burrell, of Perry, spent the week-end with their daughter, Mrs. H. A. Tuttle. Another daughter, Mrs. A. S. Mel- ovidoff, Salem, Ore., with her hus- and 2:30, Message on Holy Spirit, 8, evangelistic. Prisoner at the Bar. Former Algonians Hurt in Accident Mr. and Mrs. Beecher Lane, who lived here two years ago, and their daughter Gloria, 3, were principals in an, accident near Hopkinton on Monday, according to a report in he Des Moines Register yesterday : rom Manchester, where they now ive. Mr. Lane suffered head injuries, and Mrs. Lane chest injuries when their car upset. Mr. Lane traveled for the Terry-Durin electrical company of Cedar Rapids. Thursday, Friday, July 6-6 Matinee 2:30 Each Day, Special Matinee After Standard Oil I'arnde Friday, July 6 , ( AJTJT HABDIJTG ' : JOHN BOLES HELE1T TIJfSON in "The Life of Tlrgle Winters'* Betty Boop New Tuesday—Bank Night—July 10 WM. POWELL —in- EBNA BES1! He's a circus in himself. Yet he's just one of the Glorious galaxy of world-famed attractions! See! See! See! The Flying Codonas Amazing Aenaiists Poodles Hanneford Astounding Equestrian Troupe The Ficchiani Family Tumblers Extraordinary Mamie Ward Sensational Trapezist Clyde Beatty Serial "Lost Jungle' Comedy — Scrappy — News G. &B. SPECIAL Kept fresh in Humitubes Is a good 5c cigar important in your life? If it is then smoke a G. & B. SPECIAL At all local dealers. "The Key." > Story of a love thief who was thai oul of honor. Jomedy — News — Mickey House! IVednesday, Thursday, July 11-12 EXTRA SPECIAL PROGRAM!. / A Film of Beauty MARION DAYIES Gary Cooper in " |i Robert Chambers' Spy Story— "] "Operator 13" and Lanny Ross in ' iw ? "Tune Up And Sing" Coming July 13 and U RICHARD DIX IRENE DBMS in "Cimmaron" July 15 and 16 W. C. Fields' Laugh Special! '. BABY LEROY in "The Old Fashioned Way" Sunday and Monday, July 8-9 FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY! A Big Musical! "Let's Play Postoffice" "' News Mickey Mouse! Better Than "Miss Marker" ' The B. C. Hertigs, Buffalo Cen- urday from_ Chicago.where , ir . ir outside the county saw or her L s adver »sement, but newspapers mixed and ans- J last Thursday care of the lce ' She said: IK where a'young man saw farm be 8° work Tuesday. Fannie Smith, Tex.., w!ho has been visiting at her brother Samuel Smith's, leaves for home today. She returned letter address, him, as I am in- was turned over to for answer " advertiser. Will F*nickat Reunion ter, spent the Fourth witlh the A. J. Hertigs. E. C. is a son of Mr| and Mrs. A. J. Hertig, and foe owns and operates tlbie Buffalo hotel at 'Buffalo Center. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Maland ami Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wier, Elmore, Minn., spent the Fourth at V. V. Naudain's. Mrs. Maland, tine former Blanche- Kinyon, is a sis- lter of Mrs. Naudain. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hayne, Peoria, 111., came Sunday for several days with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Haynes. Carl has a jewelry shop in a Peoria department store. Mr, and Mrs. A. E. Kresensky and their daughter Ardis went to Flandreau, S. D., Sunday for a yis- dt till after <tihe Fourth with Mrs. Kresensky's father, Giles Petti- CfTT&W Dr.' Burl F. Dewel, Evanston, 111., orthodontist, goes back tonight (Thursday) after having been here since Sunday morning, the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Dewel. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Galbraith, Chicago, came Sunday for two weeks with the former's brother, W. J. Galbraith. Mr. Galbraitb is superintendent of a Swift plant at Chicago. „ „ Mrs. J. W. Mangan, Minneapolis, and son Harry, who had been visiting at Omaha, came Tuesday for a week with Mrs. Mangan's daughter, Mrs. M. C. McMahon, before going home. ,. Mrs. A. I. Tiss, Fort Madison, and her daughters Virginia and ary Catherine came Sunday for a visit till-after the Fourth with flue former's sister-in-law, Mrs. Isabelle Meiggs. „ . Laughlin and Philomena Quinn, Woodstock. Minn., came Saturday to visit local relatives, the former going back to bis lumberyard duties i- Sunday, and Philomena remaining for the week. ,„ f We& Q. H. Williams igoea .«> Manly today for several days wrtn friends. She is in charge of the ready-to-wear department of we CBiristeusen. Bros, store, and <iur- shel toad 'been since Saturday, and Mr. and Mrs. 'Smith will take toer to Fort Dodge on the way home. Mrs. Harold Bueihnell, Mt. Auburn, Hl.r w-ent home Sunday, after two weeks with her uncle and launt, Mr. and Mm A. J. Hertig. The Hertigs took Iher as far as Maison City, where they were guests: briefly of Mr. and Mrs. Hertig a daughter, Mis. Way man Claussen. Mrs. Stuart Hazeltine, Maderia, Calif., left for home Sunday morning from Boone. Her mother, Mrs. Jos Cosgrove, her sifter, Mrs. W. ,R. Laird, Sioux Falls, 6. D., and Iher brother Harold took her to Boone. Mrs. Laird went home <Mon- Mm Theo. Hutchison took her fatfier, C. B. Murtagh, to Des Moines Tuesday, after he toad spent a few days hiere. Mrs 1 . Hutchison) returned that night, and brought iher sister Jean Murtagih, and her little nephew, Mel Peterson. Jean and Mel will remain tee till Mrs. Peterson, who is with her hus- •band 1 in the eaat, returns in a week or two. >and and two children, came with he Burrells. Mr. Melovidoff, who is an outstanding concert violinist, gave a short program at the Methodist church Sunday morning. He is band master and music instructor in the Willamette university at Salem, and Mrs. Melovidoff is home economics instructor in government Indian school. •Ray Arndorfer, his Children, Jane and Joyce, and Ms sister, Othelie Arndorfer, all of Milwaukee, brought Ray's and Othelia's sister, Sister Mary Elizabeth, also Sister Mary -De Sales, both of Milwaukee to Algona Friday for a visit with the P. J. Greiners. Ray, tids two children, and Othelia went Tiome Monday, but the Sisters will remain till Monday, and will Greiner is a sister of Ray, Frank Arndorfer, Milwawukee, who will come for them tomorrow. Mrs. Greiner is a sister of Ray, Frank, and 'Sister Mary Elizabeth. Mrs. Gladys South and . Mard Reed, Cedar Rapids, visited here SENSATIONAL IMPROVEMENT! For the First Time 3 CLEANING PRINCIPLES ^^^m ' ' l are combined in the) NEW MODEL The the 'UUvJitc. ,»«* tn «."«-- *- •• ,1 day, after a week with her mother. W E McDonald got home Satur- day'morning from Detroit, where he had ben since a week ago Saturday, attending the annual conference of Rotary International. He reported a most interesting meeting. Mr. McDonald was the official delegate of the local Rotary club. Emily Rosewall, Iowa City, came Sunday for a month's vacation 'witli her motiher, Mrs. Charles Rosewall. She is stenographer for a law firm there. A gue=t of the RosewaHs from Sunday till yestei- day was .Esther Howard, former Algona teaciher, who now -teacbes at Delfa n and Harlan Frankl, Mrs. W. P. Hemphill, and the latter s son Jack went to Silver City, &. D? Monday. Mrs. Jcton Franfcl Was been there two montes, and Della and Harlan will remain with their mother till fall Mrs HemP- djill and ter son will spend a few weeks Wiere. Dennis Pratt, of the Pratt Electric Co., drove to West Union, his former home, Saturday, and next day brought home his wife and the youngest daughter, who had spent a week with the former's parents at Sumner and her sister at West Union. The sister is the wife of ^fVH^Falkenhainers went to Blysto Minn., on the Fourth to visit Mrs. Falkenbainer's sister STB" B. N. Anderson, ol Jettison, Mrs. Jos Bloom and her , son Richard accompanied the ReV. C. Paul Carlson 'to Minneapolis Monday and Mrs. Bloom and toer son will spend a few weeks there with) her parents. Mr. Carlson returned Wednesday and brought (home his wife and baby, who toad been away a few weeks. Mrs. Carlson underwent an operation in a St. Paul hospital recently. Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Gust and the latter's niece, Jean Simmons, Mobile, Ala., left home on the Fourth for-a trip to Iowa. They will visit at Indianapolis and Chicago en route, and expect to reach here early next week. They will visit Mrs. Gust's parents, Mr. and Mrs Anton 'Anderson .and Jeans mother, Mrs. Lorena Simmons, and will be here ten days. Eleanor Lamuth, student nurse at St Mary's hospital, Rochester, came home Saturday for a three week's vacation. She will accompany her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Lamuth, her sister Mary, and two brothers Bill and Paul to northern Minnesota next week for a ten day outing. Mr. Lamuth who is manager of the Swift plant will have a two weeks vacation beginning next Monday. Mrs. A. M. Peterson, the former Mayme Riebsamen, was one of the Titonka delegates to the county republican convention Saturday. The same day she was checked out as postmistress after 18 years' S ervice, and Mrs. J. C. Newville was checked in. With her husband, a barber, and Alvma Danielson, sloe left Monday for an automobile tour of six weeks or more in the south and west. Jean Schoby, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter K. Schoby. returned last week Wednesday night to her home at Mason City, after a visit since the preceding Thursday with her grandmother. Mrs. R E. Brown, and aunt, Mrs. <-.. ».• dark Jean, who is a music student and sings in a Mason City high school glee club, was the only one in her class last year to re- last Thursday and Friday, former was employed at Chrischilles & Herbst store before! going to Cedar Rapids last spring, and is now in charge of th-e millinery department at the Killian ptore there. Miss Reed is employed in the same store. They were returning from a week's vacation trip to Duluth, and on getting back to Cedar Rapids were to leave witto Mr. Killian for New York on a buying trip. They were guesto here of Mrs. Marguerite Kenefick. Mr. and Mrs. L. Call Dickinson, Des Moines, and their sons Dick and Roderick came Saturday for a visit with Senator and Mrs. L. J. Dickinson. Senator Dickinson, Call, and the former's secretary, Rex Nelson, are driving to Des Moines this morning, and will return Saturday. Call's wife and the VACUUM CLEANER with MOTOR DRIVEN BRUSH Eliminates tiresome ARM-ACTION from your vacuum deanlnfi— cleans by powerful MACHINE-ACTION Never before have you seen such a cleaner. You merely guide it—it does all the work. The final and successful combination of all three basic cleaning principles in ONE cleaner now makes easy MACHINE-ACTION. We want you to try*. this marvelous new Eureka in your home! FREE, positively without obligation. 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