1938. M. s rj^i^fn^^ and Mary Mason" City callers BB ,jBsson 18 taking va- week from the lown Iff, StIHnmn's sister 1 Mrs. WitlrhfnP AtlflfltlCf .Will K5"?ira*MW.VlBJt. Effi Tenner, Dayton, Jed last week Tuesday I .t her son Bert Deal's. |j, hc flallcy got . hotnn R from Chicago, .whern jttended a beauty school la nd Mrs. Geo. L.'Free cr e Friday evening vis- 's former's mother* Mrs. p tjVnn ' . I I), Sclnini), with the L,, W ill spendI the Week freltttives at Swea City, [of the Reynolds family. Mrs. C. F. Specht .""week Thursday > with ISpechts at Dows. J. W., J-B. brother o£ the'may- it J Tern') Denteon, with [onald, came Friday for a . the former's mother, i Sanders, local •• llbrar- Kuyper, I^od- afternoon on ' Grooters family. Mr. jrns a large farm near ui rthnr C. Ferguson, 5r home today, after her mother, Mrs. F. I, and her brother, M. j j[fg. Wj. A. Vigars and fchter Margaret got home Evening from a .-week-end piicago, where they vislt- Ifroiii Mrs. P. J. Christen. at Madero, Calif., asks [address for the Algona i changed to 937 i E. First In, Ariz. 1 Mrs. Tom Kerienck, of Jove, with a son, were [uests at Mr. Kenefick's Dr. John N. Kenefick's-. i druggist. (Butts, the veteran Wes: had business in Algona last winter he had a poor health, but he ha's recovered.: •. .. jr. and Mrs. W. H. Senile, 111., were guests Monday: |ev. P. J. Braner's. Mr. i former Lutheran pastor . on of Iowa. Wagoner, who will be a jhigh school this year, [last week-end guest of lien at the W. C. Dewel i Clear Lake. [Mrg. E. E. Douglas,with [Teddy, spent Sunday, ad Tuesday at the state [Douglas is manager of ICummings store. J Mrs. Frank Veray 'With; Ted, are leaving today for a few 'daye" of | Horseshoe lake, 8 miles i of Minneapolis. (Mrs. S. D. Wilson spent at TItonka, conducting I. E. Wilson's restaurant nd his wife were at Mai., and other points. 1 Mrs. Allen Foster,' Argent home Saturday, af- i at the former's brother ier's since last wask is a farmer, and Mrs. Louis Rich- firt, their childrden, and " Mrs. P. J. Braner Irtained Sunday by thi [Mrs, E. J. Otto, of West P. P. J. Braner preach > German Lutheran inton, Sunday. The Rev Wwlitz, Fenton pastor I at the Lotts Creek • V. A. Schniel, Alton >'her, Dr. R, H. Schmel "ist, with the . latter's i ounday guests of the °"X Mr. and Mrs. Phil- Mw. Carroll Johnsou pW^VMalon'cSy DeCkc '' Com Mi 1 ,,nml Mrs. Morgan Morgan of Des Moines, with t holl . C 5^° Patty and Jack, went homo Fr % „ ? nL 8lt , sl " ce last we ek day at Charles Potter's r r cousins of the Potters. Mr ml works for the Ford Motor Co. Jlr. nnd Mrs. Rudolph Will iin Ion township, daughter Martha ami Alice, and Mrs. Will's brothor • John Leininger, attended a LHnln-' ger reunion nt Boone Hundiy There were 150. relatives thm' Ml ;V L eininger lives with the Wills' .11. t. .fcby, (Jlilrn(?o, and his son Max came Friday for a week °t the home of the laltcr's uncle, Dr % ^ n° X - They woro entertains! at the Danson cottage nt the Ok- obojis Tuesday, and the Doctor d°a°y l ° the . 6tatc fair yatei- The B. W. Cnldwells aro leaving today for the West, and tm next June will probably live Eugene, Ore. The daughter Max-' ine plans to attend college there Mr. Freid, manager o[ the s & house?'' 6 ' Wi " haV ° th ° Caldwe11 The 51'. .1. ,S(r(;i| s will move Friday into a house they recently purchased on east Kennedy which 'has been vacated by the A 3 Schnepfs, who moved to the Vera apartments on south Harlan The house-was formerly owned'by 0 Matson. T AI ™ Ilc » 8 »n» daughter of Mrs. L. A. Gronwall, left for Danville bunday to resume teaching in high school She teaches English and Latin. Danville is a village of some 325 people in Des Moines countv the county seat of which is Burlington. ".tack," son of Mr. and Mrs A U Long, accompanied Robert Ev- e;rett, Ruth, and Evelyn Black to West Concord, Minn., Sunday to visit the Irving Urches. Mr. Urch former meat manager at the Long grocery, is now farming near West, Concord. KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQQNA ' in and Wednesday. Mr. English had a Presbyterian pastorate at Franklin Grove 26 years ago, and the Dierdorffs were members of his congregation then. Mr. Emmert is an architect. Richard, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Keen, got home Friday from two months at Los Angeles with hh grandmother, Mrs. C. D. Fellows. His mother met him at Ames, they drove to Cedar Rapids „ - •- arrangements for Dick's en- i' of Mrs. McMahon. Clarence Clayton, to be gucsf Hi tlanrr ! Ved Tuesda y A £ ™ st nt the former's uncle •»• L, Uayton s, Cresco township, tomorrow. The visiting Mr <• . ayton is a farmer, and he rcport- e« Illinois crops in 1,10 <. P p«i,,,, TJI "Tu—' """•. "• "• ^enown. •-•"I'.ujou m, ui« mu,uun creamery, looking ,, le samDe ns ^yl™£™ "tT^I ?«££.«£?*•_ and %2.*?l*yjnA Mrs. Anderson are HolaTcS'^^^^U^ the c,, brothers of Mrs, Kapp. Mr. nnd Mrs. Kenneth Seeley left Saturday for a week's vacation. They spent the week-end at Creston wtth Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hodges, and were to attend the state fair before going to Wahoo, Neb., to visit Mrs. Seeley's slater, Mrs. Carl Anderson. Mr. Seeley is employed at the Algona creamery. Mrs. Seeley and Mrs. Anderson arc daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Victot Johnson,'who live just across the at the •it n, li f? —" "° ou '"'«er meetings K 1 ,^/" 1111 ^ club clubhouse. The S "S 8 have nl8 ° reu "' n9d to 1 llonnld Ciinlinii, Ted Nelson and I'lZngo Te'f ML"' 1 ° f °™*™*> inK's' H T!,ov timlay "•I'A.'A. stS- »K s. j Mey were on Iliplr \ vnv ^iA% tt ~ ™$S£ ^A. 1 * 0 *»• ™ son''!'!;!' f" . n ">' tnns w eve nt Ma- ?hn ,;, il 7 eek M °» d ay- and 'm All i 1 ', Je!inne > who will be i a Ainona high school senior this nr'w'nv° m 'V nOCl ll11 TnurBd ay while m nrt v g f? were P ro P«"-ed and i^TMSsx-r nicr Mildred Clayton. ^.•ytSuf-sr-ss tniiarcn, left for home Wednesday, •uicr n visit since Friday at A W Amunson's. Mr. Brookshire was a E.,v f n''' <Amunson at Rotary Monday. He is a railway station iiKOiil. nt Summit, and Mrs Brool*shire is a sister of Mr. Amunson " ....!'!V B :! nson » Tom Bruns, ancl college. He was grad- road from the gas station the Algona high school northeast edge of Algona. spring, and In music tests won' Mr. nnd Mrs. J C Prahl Ro^k B honors with tenor solos. i Rapids, left Wednesday, after 'a Vrennan Matties, coffee salesman visit since Saturday evening with ° e, Cedtu> Rapids, visited Algo- Mrs. Prahl's sister, Mrs. L. A. Vina friends last week Thursday. Ha pond, south of Hobarton. The ' i5 ^ e 8011 ° f Mn and Mrs ' Fl D - Prahls cam e to see their nephew's Mathes, now of Davenport. Mr. and; son, Richard James, son of Mr. Mrs. Mathes, formerly for many and Mrs. James Vipond. Little years operators of the State's Richard is the first grandchild for Late here, recently moved to Dav-|Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Vipond, also enport, where Mr. Mathes has a Tor Mr. and Mrs. Matt Kirchbaum, cafe. He had operated an Ames the last named couple of Whitle- holds a responsible position with the company. BANCROFT won the first game In a play-off of the North Kossuth | League (it Bancroft Sunday, de- • featlng Ringsted, 4-3. The second round will be played at Ringsted Sunday. The Algona Brownies defeated Worthington, Minn., g-7, here Sunday night. In other Sunday, games, TItonka defeated Whittemore, and Buffalo Center defsat- SOME 100 MTS1V will be hired by the Pioneer Seed Corn Co. in mid- September, it J s announced by P. «•««> since leaving Algona. Belter, her sister, , . Welter ' and Audrey Bcn t°». p t home last week Wednesday fi'om three weeks in California. more, and he is the first great- grandchild of Mrs. James Vipond Sl '' _-i ES I -•- •-" >rocn. D 111 i^aiuornia. ^mu JJIUUK, souuieast 01 Aigona, i = ,'lney visited relatives at Los An-]will leave Sunday for Cedar Falls, 1 • f7P I no n n rT Qn« TI1».« *.«!«__ _.__i _ .' ,.,!•. _.. „ _v. _ m i_i__ i . • .1 ~— I • Evelyn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Black, southeast of Algona, FRANK WOLF and Ray Meyers, both of Bancroft, were arraigned before a federal court commissioner at Mankato last week Tuesday on a charge of Illegal possession of alcohol. They were arrested August 18, near Elmore, by Sheriff W. A. Matthies, of Blue Earth. Bond was set at $1,000 each. _.. manager for the company. The men will be in two shifts of 80 each, and» the work will consist of sorting ears of corn. There may be some jobs for women later. VERtfOff LATO, 20, former Lu Verne youth, was killed Instantly when a ear struck a bicycle on which he was riding. His father, the Rev. David Lang, now stationed at Nora Springs, was for some years pastor of the Lu Verne Evangelical church. LEE IIISERODT, Algona, suffered a gash in the right hand and one wrist, also a scalp wound, when his car overturned on No. 18, south of St. Cloud,'Minn., one day last week. Mrs. Sabin, Algona, was with him, but was uninjured. LEDIABJ) will build a town hall, it was decided in a special election last week Thursday. Th» vote was 99 In favor to 35 against The building will be erected on the site of the present town hall. W. .!. SCOU1T, Kearney, Neb., accident near Algona, left Saturday for home, with his wife and granddaughter. His car was struck by a Northwestern train. LUCILLE PEPOON, county home demonstration agent, has resigned to accept a teaching position in a government, high school in the Panama canal zone. She left Wednesday. ~..^j .lanciu lumuves at .LIOS AH- win leave ounaay tor ueciar Falls, geles and San Francisco and went where she will take a business on sight-seeing excursions. Edith course. She ha.s been stenograph- is employed at the Farm Bureau | er two years at the Kent Motor office, in the new postoffice build-)company, but resigned last week, ing, and Audrey is a clerk at the! Margaret Ditsworth, graduate of Algona creamery. Mary Catherine Ihe C. C. C. C., Des Moines, has Hum substituted at the Farm begun work at Kent's. She is the Bureau office. [daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John L. Barber and Mrs. C. H. Clement, I Ditsworth, farmers west of Algo- it.h thniv piillrti-nn ,,~i u.,,,1,! ha. and was eraduut.ed from tho . . . , with theil- children, got back ' __________ =graduated from the Mrs. F. C. Volsko, ,_. -. _ , JU(1 y from n tlireo weeks vacation. A week was spent at Lake Haiti, Minn., and from, there they went to Chicago to visit friends, thence to Cornell 111 to visit Mrs. Volskc's father, A J. Gillman, retired. Mrs. P. V. Jansc was a Sunday guest of Mrs. H. E. Rogers, near Lu Verne. Mrs. Rogers' '— known as "Hal," was years —•-•• • News. / for Mitchell S D ivioro they will attend Dakota \Jcsleyan University. It will be the first year for Craig and Tom; .second for Orville. All three will major in physical training. Dr. J. H. Edge is president of the col- 'OKC. Oi-iicwvc Sterling, Advance .stenographer and reporter is taking a vacation this week. She left Saturday night with Marie and nelniar Pommerening and Lucille Hildeman, the latter of Wesley to visit relatives at Decatur, 111. Marie is cashier at the Call theater, nnd Delmar works at the Greenburg auto supply store. Mr. mill Mrs. Edw. D. Sheehan, the latter's sister, Mrs. Doola Kapp, Cedar Rapids, and Mrs. R. S. McWhorter, Burt, spent from till Sunday at Cass Lake, . ind in Canada. 'They had a cottage at. Cass Lake and had good luck at fishing. Mrs. McWhorter, who suffers with hay fever, found there "Jtu uiuir cniioren, got l>ack mi" >TCW» siuuutntzu uum uiy •Monday from a week at Naytah- Algona high school in 1937. For a I waush, Minn., where they visited I raontn slle nad been in .state high- Mrs. Clement's parents, Mr. and' way commission employ at Ames, Mrs. A. M. Curran, and other rel-!' 5Ut sne gilve up that job to accept 'atives. Four friends, Mr. and Mrs. i tlle nome employment. c 'alvin Matthews, daughter Phyllis,' Mrs. Helen Dickinson got home W. A. Brant, all of Mel- Monday evening from i V.. '.•• , - . , vin ' ln - accompanied the Cle- Mont, where she had spent' five ments here for a fe Y da ys' visit. 1 , weeks with her daughter, Mrs. F. Mn Matth ew. 3 has a hatchery and i H. Fredericksen, the former Hel? eed mlu at Melvln - , | e » Dickinson. Mr. Fredericksen is ! )lr - «"«' Mrs. Karve Ham, Mrs. ! divisional manager and buyer in a Price ' and Fann y Jackson, all of department store there. Butte is a Toulon, 111., left Tuesday, after a 1 city of 45,000 inhabitants in mia- week-end visit here with 'Mr. and i ing territory, principally copper M / s - Bei 1 MoCorkle, farmers east mining. The country round about i? f Algona ' Mr6 ' Ham is a sister, 1 is mountainous, and the elevation Mrs ' Price a sister-in-law, Mr*. | Is 6000 feet. At present the times tu " ....... k - J -------- "-'— , . Jacks0n a niece of Mrs - McCorkle, and Mr Ham is a 'anner. From • " th<r "" nolB sueats went to Neb., to visit other rel- there are hard, the mines being closed because of the recession. Mrs. Dickinson was taken with the „ . , ~ , JC1 - summer climate, even if it did atives. The McCorkles came to' snow there once in her stay. The , Kossuth from Illinois. I air is cool and bracing, and there | Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Cook, Webb, | na s been none of the hot weather Clay county, were guests Tuesday Iowa has had. The Fredericksens of Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Barton. Mr. i have two children, a boy and a Cook and Mrs. Barton are brother I Slrl, one .seven, the other two years and sister. The Coooks have both ola been in poor health of late. Mr. | — r Cook is democratic .nominee for Clay county representative, and it is reported that he Is favored to A. H. Avery, .„„, „„ nominee. Mr. Avery -was r.epresen- and Mrs. Chas. Potter and L. E. Potter, Algona, drove to (Charles City Sunday to visit Mrs. jAlta Stiles, sister of the Doctor, , Charles, and Mrs. Miner, and daughter of Mrs. L. E. Potter. Mary Helen Ncnry, Omaha, ... - Ila sn accompanied the Lefferts on the \va, and "Hook" McClurg ' of t S* trip to visit a friend. Ila Louis, arrived Friday for two in ex- weeks with the Matt Kapps, farm- - - —e ers west of town. Mr. Traul is a in zoology and will be daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kapp, this year in the Ames col- and her husband operates a lunch room. Yesterday, Mr. and Mrs. Kapp, daughter Luella, the Trauls, and McClurg drove to Fairmont to ^ ii v j __----- visit Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sandt and Ji/ngiish ana Casey Mr. and Mrs. William Sandt Roy homes last week Tuesday and William, both farmers,' are REWRITES Briefs summarizing principal news in Tuesday's Upper Des Moines. '. E > £ i i ± * 1 1 EDW. CCLLBN, Whittemore, who had clerked three years at the Kohlhaas. & Spilles hardware store, has obtained a position with the Malleable- Steel Range & Stove Co., Beaver Dam, Wis. Lewis Moore, who clerked at the store some years ago, obtained a similar position a few years ago, and now GROCERY SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY & SATURDA Y ¥ 1 4 3 i I Johnson's PASTEWAX 1 lb. can 53c GLO COAT Pint 49c TOILET TISSUE Regular 5c rolls. 3 for lOc 12 rolls, 38c Country Roll BUTTER 2-lb. roll 52c ' Wash. 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