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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Feb. 15, 1934 Mr. ana Mrs. Sidney Howard of Ma- soa City were visitors Friday at the Home of Mw. Mary Rtmchey. Mr. and Mrs. George platt of Neosho, Mo., arrived Monday to vtolt the form- sir's brother, Howard and relatives here. The Bible Searchers' class of the M. JS. church Is to meet February 20 with Mw. I* fi. Potter on South Minnesota direct. Dfti George HvWgje andi MR and Mw. .Walter CrUt of Perry, Iowa, were guests ot Mr and Mr*. Hugh Herman, Sunday. Mr.i a.nd Mrs. Carroll Johnson spent the Week In Eagle Grove visiting the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Johnson. Byrbn Burrell and Margaret Moore of near Perry, Iowa, were guests of the former's sister, Mrs. H, A. TutUe, during the week end. Mr.; and Mrs, Charles Kennedy of fit. Paul visited with th* latter's parents, JtJDr. and Mrs. John Goeders, Sunday find Monday. Mrs. Roy Anderson of Radcllffe, Iowa, visited her father-in-law; Fred Anderson, during the week end. She also visited friends in Ledyard. Her friends will be sorry to hear that Mrs. Alfred Jergensen, who has been 111 the past ten day, has developed pneumonia and Is quite 111. Mrsl G. H. Free, Mr. and Mrs. George Free And daughter were In Mason City Sunday where they visited the form- •er's sorter, Mrs. Frank Crumm. Mrs] Chester Long was released from the qeneral hospital and taken to her homeiStaday afternoon. She has been AfflWqed for some time with sciatic rheumatism and although she is not able to be up yet, is much improved. Blgjreductton In O. & J. tire prices. While' others talk higher tire prices Gamble's reduce 'em again—G. & J. Trojan, 4.40-21 was 16.48 now $4.80. 5.25-18 was 19.00, now $6.95. Tubes, 79e MP. • 7 DID YOU READ MY OFFER IN THE FUNNY PAPER 4MAGIC PRESENTS MAGIC INVISIBLE INK 'MAGIC TRICK CARDS MAGIC MULTIPLYING com MAGIC TWO-TONE WHISTLE Buy BUSTER BROWN or BROWN*^ SHOES «t BrownelPs Save the box label. Write your name and address on theback and send it to Buster Brown, 16 th and Washington Ave., St. Louis, and I will send you the presents. Fred Magnusson of Gowrie, Iowa, was a visitor at the home of his ulster, Mrs. E. R. Sellstrom, Monday and Tuesday of last week. Mrs. Charles Slagle and daughter, Winifred of Cylinder arrived Saturday night and are visiting this week with Mrs. Slagle's brother, C. A. Joynt. Mrs. Henry Aman and her cousin, Max Kalen, visited in Amboy, Minn., Sunday and Monday and attended A wedding of her nephew, Howard A. nett. Dr. and Mrs. ft. M. Wallace returned Monday from Rochester where Mrs. Wbllace underwent an examination following an operation performed there several weeks ago. W. A- Poster returned Wednesday from Minneapolis where he attended the Mercantile Mart, which opened there Monday, and bought new furniture for his store. H. D. Clapsaddle returned Monday from Minneapolis where he had gone the day before on business. Everett- Anderson helped out at the Clapp's Master Service while he was gone. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Norton were In Marshalltown Wednesday and Thursday where they were guests of the former's mother, Mrs. W. A. Norton, and where they also went on business. Mrs. Edythe L. Dalley left Monday for Chicago and New York City where she will take special instructions in facial Work and hair cutting'. She plans to be gone three weeks or a month. Herbert French is the new assistant at the Botsford Lumber Yard. He succeeds Wayne Bradfleld. Herbert is a son of Mrs. Sain French and has had experience in the lumber business previously. Zelba Winkle visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Winkle, over £he week end. Zelba is a secretary to Dr. Studebaker at Fort Dodge and has been employed as such for the past three or four years. Mr. and Mrs. Will Bailey and daughter, Janice of Marshall, Minnesota, were guests over the week end at the H. D. Hutchlns home. The two ladles are sisters. Mrs. Bailey has been visiting in Missouri the past month and her husband and daughter met her here. H. J. Swan, employed at White's Grocery, returned Thursday from Ames where his sister, who died recently, had been buried. Mr. Swan had been called to Minneapolis the Saturday before upon being notified of his sister's serious Illness. She died the following Monday. Word was received by Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Hemphill last week that Arthur Jensen of Chicago had dropped dead, having suffered a heart attack. Mr. Jensen is well known to a number of Algonlans because he has visited at the Hemphill home every year since they have lived here. The Brownell shoe Co., is this week carrying an ad for Buster Brown shoes which ties in with the comics of the Des Moines Register and other dallies. The Buster Brown comics were a regular feature years ago, but were discontinued for many years to be revived again recently. Cnildren will be particularly interested in the comics. xtiml>er«ottbttor««tn<^Tio«raap«it Wednesday and Thursday of last week at Ames, where they attended a meeting to arrange the Dairymen's code. Chester Schoby was chosen a member of the committee to make plans for the Dairy Reduction program and attended a meeting, together with nineteen other members from the state, at Ames Tuesday of this week. Mrs. Archie Hutchlnson returned on Monday morning from Chicago, where she went four weeks ago upon being notified of her granddaughter, Mary Drummond's, serious Illness. Little Mary, who has numerous friends here, underwent an operation for mastold, and Tier condition was very grave for some tune. Mrs. Hutchlnson reports that she is home from the hospital now and is on the road to recovery. Merchants Notice Do You Need Store Fixtures? FOB SALE QUICK 1 Scale Mirror* One 4-ft Case 1 SUM COM Clothe* Rack* 1 Coffee Mill 1 Ilat Caw One 16-ft Sherer Grocery Counter Or anything you need in fixtures. JOE BLOOM. Algona RANGE SALE Monarch TWO DAYS ONLY FRIDAY - SATURDAY February 23 and 24 There will be a factory representative at our store to show you these ranges. You are invited to attend whether you need a range now or five years from now. We urge you to visit our store and see this wonderful display of modern oooktog equipment The New MONARCH, built in accordance with the most modern, practical ideas, Beautiful and Compact, takes less room than the clumsy, over-sized types of ranges of other makes without losing a faction of an inch, of useful coofcing space. Ifce MONARCH Practical Payment Plan enables us to offer you the MONARCH of your choice on convenient monthly or single time payments during this sale, if you havent the ca«h now. —Let Us Tell You About It— Kohlhaas & Spilles Wesley Couple Wedded 50 Years —Cuts Courtesy Mason City Globe-Gazette. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Goetz of Wesley celebrated their golden wedding recently and received the congratulations of hundreds of friends. Mr. and Mrs. Goetz were married at Mt. Palantine on the 29th day of January, 1884, on Mrs. Goetz's 19th birthday. Mr. Goetz was born in Alsace-Lorraine, Prance, and came to this country when sixteen years old. His bride was born In Richland, Illinois. Following their marriage, they farmed In Illinois 17 years and then came to Wesley in 1902. where they occupied the Goetz homestead two miles northwest of Wesley until the spring of 1927, when they retired to Wesley. Thefe were nine children, seven of whom are still living, namely: Prank of Elma, Iowa, Edward, known as Father Fidells of Conception, Missouri, where he teaches In a monastery, Mrs. Gertrude Hoffer of Waterloo, Michael, deceased since July 14, 1924, following service in the World War, Alex, who died In infancy, Louis of Wesley, who farms the home place, Mrs. Loretta Lloyd of Wesley, Hilda, a nurse at Waterloo, and Mrs. Stella Hauptmann of Wesley. There are also 17 grandchildren. Congratulations, folks! Annual Meeting of Irvington Elevator to Be Held Feb. 14 Irvington: The annual stockholders meeting of the Irvntgton elevator was scheduled for Wednesday. Feb. 14. at 1:30 in the elevator office. EjrH-Hudson Rites On Monday afternoon Feb. 12, Miss Elsie Egel, charming daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Egel and Oran Hudson, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hudson were united in marriage by the Rev. Alex English. The couple were attended by Effle Egel, sister of the bride, and Everett Van Stenberg of Michigan, cousin of the groom. Miss Egel is a graduate of the Algona high school and has been a successful teacher in Kossuth county rural chools. The <feremony was at five o'clock Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Egel entertained Informally at a small reception for relatives and near friends. Mr. and Mrs. Hudson will be employed on a farm near Burt. Elsie and Oran have been active In the local Sunday School and church and their many friends extend them congratulations. Trio of Recent Brides Mr. and Mrs. Alwin Huenhold visited friends at Garner last Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Hoenk spent Thursday and Friday of last week In Minneapolis on business. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pratt and family were guests at the Harold Oxley dome In Corwlth Sunday. Horace Clapsaddle attended the Goodrich Rubber convention at Minneapolis Sunday and Monday. Mrs. Ida Potter of Seward. Nebraska, mother of H. M. Potter is spending the winter at her son's home. MMt Co. produce plant, attended a business meeting in Fort Dodge Tuesday. Jack Simpson, former Algona boy, now of Chicago, was in the city yesterday and today, transacting business. Fred Lavrenz, Jr., brother of Mrs. John Dutton, is now in Iowa City, having undergone an operation on his eyes. Mr. and Mrs. Melzar Falkenhalner left Tuesday for Minneapolis where Melzar is attending a Druggist Mutual convention. Mrs. Eleanora Peck, who has been confined to her home for some time, suffering from a very bad cold, is Improving nicely. Don Smith, Bob Vincent, Harold Lampright were among those from here who saw the basketball games at Webster City Saturday night. Dr. and Mrs. E. A. Howe, Mabel and Margaret Howe and Hllma Erickson, all of Bancroft, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. Q. Richardson Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Smith returned Saturday evening from Dallas. Texas, where they have spent a little over two weeks visiting with the former's relatives. Mrs. G. E. Van Dorston returned Saturday after spending a week_at the hospital in Iowa City where she went for a physical check-up. Her condition is much Improved. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Aalfs returned on Sunday from Sioux City where they have been since last Thursday. Mr. Aalfs attended a meetnig of Armour company salesmen. . Mr. and Mrs. Relse and son, Lloyd, and Mrs. Tlmmons, all of Des Moines were guests of Will Brown Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Sandburg of Des Moines also visited Mr. Brown. Rev. and Mrs. M. A, Sjostrand and Rev. and Mrs. Raymond Bwaason of Swea City attended a meeting of the Northwest district of the Iowa conference at Marcus, Iowa, Monday. They returned the next day. Mrs. Blanche Maland, Mrs. O. B. Kerr, Mrs. Arthur Wier, Miss Hustly and Miss Ingharn, all of Elmore, Minn., were guests at the V. V. Naudain home Tuesday evening. The group then attended the opera presented at the school. Word was received by Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bishop that their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Hilliard, had just moved from Valparaiso, Indiana, to Dubuque, Iowa, where Mr. Hilliard will be the manager of the State Mortgage and Loan Company. Gladys, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lou Matern, underwent an operation for mastoid about two weeks ago at Ann Arbor, Michigan, where she has been visiting her aunt. Mrs. R. W. Vogel, for some time. Her operation was very serious but she is able to sit up for a short time now. Roy Christensen returned Sunday evening from Chillicothe, Illinois, where he has been for the past six weeks, conducting a closing-out sate. Roy re- . turned somewhat earlier than he expected so that he could be hero when pis son, Bobby, celebrated his first birthday on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Raney motored to AmM last Wednesday to be the house guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Godfrey and tnchiftntaily take In the com snow and Farm and Hone Week. On Thursday m ffr nfng Edw. UawdWey aUo drove down, returning Friday evening. bringing hi» and Pred Gclgel's corn they had exhibited at the show. Mary Haack, Lone Rock, Weds Leslie Denton of Seneca Seneca: Mary Haack, daughter of Will Haack of Lone Rock and Leslie Denton, son of Smith Denton of Seneca were married Feb. llth at 1:30 by the Rev. Piene of Lotts Creek. They were attended by Bessie Denton, sister of the groom and Emil Haack, brother of the bride. The bride was vrey beautifully attired in a burnt orange crepe dress and " J na«l <«>*•» bUiok trlmu>«a A seven o'clock supper was Max Lagc of Lattlmer, visited with his brother, Ralph, the past week. George Godfrey of Ames will spend the week end in this vicinity on business. Howard Blanchard of Clarion visited at the M. E. Blanchard home over Sunday. Mrs. George Wolfe visited her friend. Urs. L. J. Wilke at Webster City last Saturday. / Miss Ruby Koepke visited last week With her friend, Mrs. Vcrnon Robison of Galbraith. Little Jack Schulz, only son of Mr. and Mrs. John Schulz. has been ill with sinus trouble. The Friendly Hour club of Rlverdale township met Feb. 14 with Mrs. Tony Becker and Mrs. Boldrldge assisting. Mr. and Mrs. Oran Hudson Issued over a hundred invitations to their friends for a wedding dance last Monday evening. The many friends of Arthur Benschoter are glad to know he Is able to be up and around the house nearly all day. Art has been 111 for nearly seven months. The Good Will club of Sherman township will meet next Thursday with Mrs. Bert Sankey of Galbraith. Mrs. George Wolfe Is assisting hostess. There are 27 members in this club. Donald Roblson entertained Saturday evening for a number of the youn- Ifer set. Five hundred was played at three tables. Late In the evening a two course luncheon was served. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Sankey of Gal- ijraith entertained about a hundred of their friends last Wednesday evening with a dancing party at the I. O. O. F. flail. Bowman's orchestra furnished -he music. The Aid society will meet Thursday, Feb. 22, one week earlier than ordinary due to March 1, being the regular date and many in this vicinity moving. Mrs. John Schulz and Mrs. George Wolfe are hostesses. Stewart Green, son of James Green, pioneer settler of Irvington township, suffered a severe stroke recently at hia home in Starbuck, Minn. Stewart was in white. given at the bride's home at which about fifty attended. A color scheme was carried out in pink and white. The young couple are planning on taking a trip to Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hawk visited at Spirit Lake last Priday. The Modern Mixer club met at the Ben Olson home last Wednesday. Mrs. G. Kracht entertained the Helpful Thursday club at a quilting bee on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Art Paulson and family visited atthe Forrest Bassett home Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Oldharn of Eldora visited Tuesday evening at the Tom St. John home. Mr. and Mrs. Art Paulson and family opent Wednesday evening at the Ralph Campbell home. Mr. and Mrs. Tom St. John were Sunday dinner guests at the Jack Banwart home in Rodman. Art Paulson and son, Glenn and Mr. and Mrs. Jay Oodden were in Algona last Saturday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kueck and family visited at the Walter Thompson home at Lone Rock Friday evening. The following people were on the sick list last week: Viola Struecker, Elma Roun. Emily Mueller and Marvin Kueck. The Seneca basketball teams went to Ringsted last Tuesday evening. The girls lost and the boys won. The junior high girls also played with Ringsted and lost by a score of 9 to 11. Hans Jensen and daughter, Tena, George Rath, and Mr. and Mrs. Otto R. Jensen and son, Russell, were Sunday dinner guests at the Roy Jensen home in honor of the birthday of their daughter, Marjorie. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Campbell and family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hawk and family, Mr. and Mrs. Art Paulson and family and Harold Albright spent Priday evening at the Tom St. John riome. The evening was spent playing cards. Attend Peddie Rites at Emmetsburg Birch Matson, L. P. Rice and Hugh Herman drove to Emmetfburg to attend the funeral of nn old friend. Alec Peddie, who died several days previous in Kansas City. The body hsd been cremated at Kansas City and the ashes were taken to Emmetsburg for burial. Mr. Peddle was at one time Past Grand Commander of the Masonic lodge of the state of Iowa. Wesley Elevator Pays 50% Dividend Wesley: The annual meeting of the Wesley Farmers Co-operative society was held last week Monday Afternoon when a five per cent dividend was paid on stock and two and a half per cent patronage dividend paid out to stockholders. Three directors were elected, namely, Olaf Punnemark. John Loeblg find W. J. Prlmml. John N. Ludwlg was elected to Jill the unexpired term of his father. George B. Ludwlg, who passed away a fortnight ago. Ed Loebig is manager at the elevator. Mr. and Mrs. cfreorge Brawe and children and George's father went on Sunday to Cylinder visiting relatives. The father remained to reside wfth a daughter thcro. Friends are sorry to learn that .Mrs. Alta Potter Stlleg now of Charles City suffers greatly from arthritis. Her mother, Mrs. Miirtha Potter of Algona returned Tuesday after a week with h«r daughter and her sons. Mr. and Mrs. Henry. Esser and son f Whlttemore visited a week ago Sun- ay at the D. D. Sparks home. On rtareh 1st, they are moving to a farm Tear Valley City, east of Des Moines. . Esser will be remembered as Eurt- ce. a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Oerber. The body of Edward Bradwell was flken last week Wednesday to Plover or funeral services and burial at that lace. The M. C. and Gordon Worster am 111es and Mrs. Bradwell, and three ons, Bert. Joe and Earl of North Da- ota accompanied the body, returning hat evening. Two Cresco Men Buy Produce Station Cresco: Harold Clayton and Pernley Runchey hadre purchased a produce station at Emmetsburg. Harold went over Monday and Pernley and wife are moving today. They will be missed by friends here, who hope they have a good business. Mrs. Wm. Runchey prepared a shipment of dressed! ducks for Chicago markets this week. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Potter were visitors Sunday evening at the O. 8. Moore home, east of Algona. Arthur Wildln was brought homo on Sunday noon from the Kossuth hospital, but returns each day for treatment. Clifford, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Worster, reutrned Monday evening to his studies at Still College Des Moines, Having come home Saturday afternoon. i i>iv» ien a bOyTlved oh the tarm now tenanted by the Ralph Lagc family. Mrs. Lage Is Mr. Green's niece. Last Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Fianfc Ditsworth, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reaper accompanied by Mrs. Lucy Reaper, visited at the Charles Ditsworth home at Swea City. The occasion was a surprise party celebrating the 30th wedding: anniversary of the Ditsworths There were 24 guests present. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Fitch were Sunday visitors with Mrs. Fitch's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clarke of Britt On Jan. 29. Mr. Clarke celebrated his 71st brlthday. He was born near St Joe, the son of E. W. Clarke and lived for many years In this community Where he still has many friends and relatives. BABY FACE To expose your crowning glory! A flattering frame for your face that does big things for you — and a chance to show your coiffure. Worn way back on the head. Downright cute on anyone. The Elite Shop You'll have no worries —feel no winter discomforts with a cellar full of our coal. It makes good furnaces heat hotter—makes halky ones I do their work. Next, time you need coal—tiy us. Our coal is the hest —our prices low. Order some of our Jcllico for • delivery off the car. Anderson Grain & Coal Co. Phone 308. vwwwwwwvwvwtfvvwvvv* LONG Hamburger home made of and selling £ Dress up with the season Won't it be a relief to slip into bright and cheery garments f it will help to chase away "Old Man Depression." And you can be sure that we will give you the tiuest cleaning ... the best value in today's market. ELK CLEANERS N. W. Iowa's Finest Cleaners Since 1909. Delivery Service in 22 Towns. Phone 330 YES THERE IS A SURE CURE FOR Room-itism (Suffering from worn out Furniture) The cure—trade that old furniutre to us on new LIVING ROOM Why go lunger without the joy of having one of these beautiful new living room .suites when we gladly make you a liberal allowance for your old suite on a new one. Our newly remodeled display floor is filled with splendid new numbers and every one with a price that fairly cries out—liny Now! DINING ROOM $30 Below TODAY'S MARKET 8 PIECES; ONLY $59-50 Here is a value that will make folks ask how can you do it ( Our answer— A lower overhead—carload buying at special prices, and a quick turnover with small profit. Richardson Furniture Co. ' Where Furniture Sells For Less

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