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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, May 10, 1934 Mr. ftnd Mrs. Theo. Goeders visited relatives Sunday in Cylinder. Drusilla Coughlin visited with friends at Waterloo over the week end. F. A. M. Frost left Tuesday morning for a week's visit at Wirock, Minn. Mrs. Wm'.'Bccteer visited her mother, Mrs. Jacol? Johnson at Wesley Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Elizabeth Hill of Brackgate is visiting at the home of her nephew, V. H. Coffin this week. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Specht attended the funeral of a friend of theirs, Minnie Ostercamp, at Britt Monday. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hansen and family visited [relatives and attended a birthday party at West Bend Sunday. Magnus Llchter spent the week end here at his home. Magnus Is a senior at the Iowa State College at Ames. Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Paxson and son, Charles, wefc -guests at the Frank Barker home in Des Moines over Sun- tiay. Dr. and Mrs. L. G. Baker and son, Durwood, spent Sunday in Kanawha with Mrs. Baker's mother, Mi's. Mary X,ucas. Mrs. J. O. Paxson visited her daughter, Mrs. Fred Schaffer and family at Mason City from Friday until Sunday •evening. Mrs. Lura Saunders left Tuesday to attend the P. E. O. convention at Clinton which was held Wednesday and Thursday. Mrs. T. P. Harrington and son, RcD- ort, spent the week end in Grlnne!! with Bernlce who is a student in the college there. Mrs. R. H. Foutz of Sioux City returned to her home Tuesday evening after being a guest of Mrs. Floyd Saunders since Sunday. Mrs. Fred Bartholomew and daughter, Janice, were guests of the former's sister, Mrs. Crawford at Minneapolis tver the week end. Mrs. R. H. Miller has been confined to .her bed the past week with Illness. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Thompson of Esthervill-e visited her over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bunker and two x'liildren of Paton. Iowa, were guests of Mr. and Mr.?. O. S. Lindsay Sunday. Mrs. Bunker is a daughter of the Lind-says. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Chamberloin ind son, Lelant) of Sprncrr also visited at tho Llndsny home Sunday Mrs. Chamberlain is a sister of Mrs. LlncUriy. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Tuttle returned Saturday evening from Dos Moines where they had been since Thursday on business and visiting with relatives. John Hargrraves. student of the Iowa State College at Ames, wns released fiom the "measle ward" there last week after having suffered with a case of the disease. Mrs. W. H. Cummings spent last week in Des Moines lookiifg for a house. The Cummings will hove thctr household goods to Des Moines this coming Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Herman and Mr. and Mrs. Perry Phillips drove to Boone Sunday where they spent the day with the latter couple's "daughter. Mrs. Mon- ror Mlkkelson. Mrs. H. D. Clapsaddle. together with her twins, Jack and Jill, who were born April 29hh, were released from the Kossuth hospital and returned to her home Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cox and Mrs. W. K. Ferguson visited friends and relatives in Ames Sunday. Lewis, son of Mrs. Ferguson Is a student in the Iowa State College there. Mrs. L. G. Baker and son. Durwood. were relaesed from quarantine last Wednesday after being quarantined a month for scarlet fever. Durwood had a light case of the disease. Rev. nnd Mrs. M. A. S.jostrand returned home Wednesday after spending the time since Sunday with thr former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. F, Sjostrand at St. Peter, Minn. Ralph Fisher of Clara City, Minn.. cousin of Mrs. Specht. and W. E. Behrends of Mountain Lake, her brother visited at the C. F. Specht home and the A. W. Behprnds home here Sunday. Mrs. Frank Kohlhaas has been ill for the past few weeks, but is somewhat better at this writing. Her cousin, Mrs. Gus Strom and son. Erick. of Elmore, Minn., visited her over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Parkhurst. Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Barr and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ra?smussen and two daughters Kathlyn and Phyllis, all of Webster i a building and because infection set fri" Mrs. Cora Virgin visited in Fort Dodge Wednesday. Joe Misbach spent the first of the w-rek in Des Moines. Mr. and Mr*. Louis Hintz wer? the guests of Mrs. Wrman Mittaig of Fenton last Sunday. S. J. Sherman of Nora Springs visited last week at the home of his daughter Mrs. August Slagle. Mr. nnd Mrs. Bob Danson and family of Ccrwith spent Sunday here with friends and relatives. Mr. nnd Mrs. Alex Begg and son of Ames nnd Sara Martindale of Boone were guests at, the Wm. Pc.stot.nfk home Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Cnrl Krug and boys of Waverly. Iowa, visited friends and relatives here last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred McEnroe of Shell- rock. Iowa, visited with their nephew G. F. Towne and family Sunday. Mrs. W. G. Stock of Storm Lak-~ wns a guest over the week end at the home of her brother-in-law. A. H. Stock. Dr. nnd Mrs. F. E. Sawyer spent the first part of the week in Minneapolis on business. They returned Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hackbarth are the proud pairnts of a healthy bey that arrived at their home last week Thursday. Mr. nnd Mrs. G. D. Brundape. daughter, Maxine and Mrs. Elizabeth Mnntmn of Minneapolis spent Sunday in Mason City with friends. Prof. H. F. C. Mucllrr of Fort Don>r superintendent of the Lutlv-rnn parish -schools of Iowa, was the guest of the Rev. p. j. Braner homo last Monday. Mr. and Mrs. .7. S. Aimer of Des Mom s visited briefly last Tuesday with Algonn friends. They were on their way to Minnesota arid South Dakota nn n, business trip. Gerald Hartshorn, who has been living in Des Moines. recently took over the mangement of the west <^id Standard Oil station and, with his wife will make his home here. Herbert French returned to his work at thp Botsford Lumber yard Monday morning after an enforced vacation of three weeks or more which he spent recovering from pneumonia. W. s. Shackleford received a nose injury last Thursday while working on City, Were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Foster Sunday. W. G. McC'ullough spent Monday and Tuesday attvndirv? a funeral directors' convention in Des Moines. He returned Tuesday evening, accompanied by Mrs. McCullbugh. who had been visiting in DCS Moines and Newton since Friday. DON'T MISS THIS BIG Rite-Way 19c Sale FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Corn, No. 2 cans, 1Q n Navy Beans, 1Q- 2 for 13fC f> Ihs. 1 * H ' 10 r Salt, 1Q C 1;7L 10 Ib. bag Ltf *~ Big 4 Soap, 1C- Crackers, soda, 2 Ib. pkg. Sfauer Kraut, 2 cans Tomatoes, No. 2 cans, 2 for Baking Powder 2 12-oz. wiiis Lemon or Vanilla Ext met __ Bran Flakes, If) oz. 2 pkgs. Muffets, 2 pkgs. __ MEAT SPECIALS Baby beef roast, Ibl2%c Hamburger, Ib. lOc Boiling Beef, 3 for 25c Chickens, Ib. ___15c-18c Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Anderson's Rite-Way Food Store Phone :',4<; We Deliver Algona, Iowa 19c bars Toilet Paper, 4 rolls Cake Flour, reg. pkg Powd. Sugar, 2 llis. Magic Washer, IRC. pkg. Sani ^ 1Q r 1Ji We >vas taken to the hospital Saturday. His condition is greatly improved now. Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Richardson and daughter. Meredith, will visit their son, Max, .sophomore at the Iowa State College at Ames this coming- week end during the spring Veishea festival. Frank Johnston who is employed by the Globe Construction Company in Des Molnrs spent. Sunday here with Ills family. Mrs. Johnston has- been seriously ill with the flu the past week. A baby girl, weighing S'/i pounds, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Valentine late Sunday afternoon. The child has teen named Mary Louise. The Valentines now have one son and two daughters. Mr.s. Harry Hargrcavcs accompanied her brother, Edmund Carmody and wife of Graettinger to Des Moines Monday where they spent that day and the next. The three attended the Young People's Democratic convention. Dow Laidley spent tho week end visiting his mother, Mrs. Afenes Laidley and his slater, Mrs. Howard Vlnson. Dow has been with the OCC boys at Lehigh for several months but was recently transferred to Forest City. Mr. and Mrs. Wayman closson and two children of Mason City visited nt the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Hertig. Sunday. Mr. Closnon returned the same day but Mr.s. Closson and children will visit' here this week. Mr. and Mr.s. Ravell Weaver, who recently moved from here to Mason City, are the parents of a baby born Tuesday of last week. The'child, which 13 their first, weighed GVi pounds and has been named Shirloy Knther- ine Lulu Kohl was expected home Wednesday evening from St. Paul where sh had spent, a few days with her two brothers. George and Harvey and their wives. She returned to St. Paul witli them Sunday after they had visited their parents, Mr. and Mr.s. Gt-orgr Kohl. Sr. Warren Baldwin vva-. down town the other day and dropped into this office for a friendly chat. Mr. Baldwin ha? not, been feeling as well as usual the pa.st winter and spring and stays close to home most of the time. For many years he and his white horse w?re a familiar figure on the street, but. las fall he disposed of the animal and gave up his hauling business. Those from hen- who attended thi American Ix'gion Auxiliary meeting o the 8th district Tuesday at Fort Dodgi were: Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Naulain, Mr and Mrs. L. M. Merritt, Mr. and Mrs John Dutton, Mr. and Mr.s G. D. Brim dagc, Mrs. Morck, Mrs. TV-d Larson Mr.s. W. P. French, Lf-ola Zeigler, Mrs Fred and Mr.s. M. A. Bartholomew Mr.s. H. L. Gilmore, Mr.s. Hugh Po-st Mr.s. Bud Merrilidd, Mr.s John Hard move. Mr.s. Hc.hn- pf. Luke Linnan, Joh Momyer. Don Hutchison. Mutt Strri Joe Bloom. J D Low iv Hurry Har I'rt'iivi'b. und Ru.s>irll CVok. Atorney Franklin Jnqua. of Humboldt wa's in Algona last Wednesday looking after business mntt-rrs. Besides his law business Mr. Jaqua has an interest, in the Humboldt newspapers with his father and brother. Lawrence. Mrs. Julia Brace came home week before last after spending the winter in Minneapolis. Mr. nnd Mrs. F. L. Doty of Fredericksburg arrived for n vte- ll nnd Mr. Doty returned home la=t week Wednesday. Mrs. Doty is yet here. Miss Gusta Winkle was released from the hospital Tuesday and is at her home now In the Sabin apartments. Miss Winkle received a severe ga=h in her head a few weeks ago when she fell frcm a car as it was rounding a turn. Miss Pearl Moss of Granger. Iowa, accompanied by her sister. Mrs. R. H. Quinby. who Is a well known former Al- goniari. arrived here Wednesday with (heir brother-in-law. Harry Hoiighton and visited at tho E. J. Murtagh home unttll Friday evening. Mrs. Elizabeth Mangnn of Minneapolis returned home Wednesday after visiting since Friday with her daughter. Mrs. Maurice McMahon. Mrs. McMahon took her mother as far as Blue Earth. Mlnnascta. from , v ,vh-?ir Mrs. Mangnn took a bus. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. L. Martin enjovecl n visit Sunday from the lattcr's cousin, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Boll and son, Wayne and Patricin, also Edgar Wakefield a,nd Miss Taft. nil oT Austin. Minn. They visited the West, Drncl Grotto of Rod-'mption. Mrs. Estella Sabin accompanied her Bister, Mrs. F. D. Solomnn and hinband nnd son, Meile c.f Spencer to S f . Paul Inst week Wednesday afternoon to attend the funeral of the ladies' broth- rr-in-law. John B?atie, known to n few Algonians. They returned Friday night. Merle is employed in the post office at Spencer. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Deal nnd children, accompanied by Mrs. Deal's mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Morlnn. of Brazil, Indiana, visited another daugh- •er of Mrs. Morlan's. Mrs. Raymond Loveall at Graettinger. Mrs. Morlan remained there for a visit but Rie Morlan, also of Brazil, Indiana, returned here with the Deals after visiting In Graettinger for ft week. Clark Armstrong, who for many years headed banks at Emmetsburg, Titonktv and Bribt. was doing business in Algona last Friday and greeting his many Algona friends. Clark has lived at Britt during late years where he was the president of a bank. He is now in the "loan, real estate and insurance business and says he finds it much more restful than the banking buslnes- Mr. nnd Mrs. Elmer Hagg were down from St. Jamea, Minnesota, for fcn over-Sunday visit at the home of Mr. Hagg's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Hagg. Elmer hn.s established a "Dnil" Reminder" at. St. James and in the three montlis since starting up hns Four Generations Gather Sunday in Irvington Home Trvirgton: Helen Dole nnd Chester Harmon were Sunday supper guests T' thr Sim Leigh home. On Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Leigh ant-c-rtaine f t li T mother, Mrs. chns. Magnusson nl>o her sister. Mrs. Henry Lund nnd Mrs. Lund's daughter nnrt two children nil of Algonn. The occasion wns crlrlir.it- ing the birthday of Mrs. Lund. Also another not' ri fnct there were four generations present; Mrs. Magnu^on ing grent 'grandmother to Mrs. Ludwig's two children. Sewnrd Thornton wns employed several days Inst week at th^r J. C. Mnwd- sley farm. Mr. nnd Mr?. Frod G-rnrlch of lone Rock spent Sunday at tho M. F,. Blanchard hoiw. Mr. nnd Mrs. Clavk ScutThnm nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Cliff Benschoter were at the George Scuflham home Sunday. Stov Loss is somewhat Improved from his recent* operation but hns not returned to his home south of Irvington. The Irvington bnll team suffered de- frnt Sunday when they played Plum Crook the M-ore boing 18 to 14 in fnv- of the guests. Mr. and Mr.s. Frank Miller of Cro5co township wore visitors nt the Fred Goieel home. Mr. Miller is president of the CP. sco Electric high line. Mr. and Mrs. Chubb Ourtrrian, nnd Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Gudorinn nnd Mr. nnd Mr.s. John Borkes wore nl tho Robert Casey home Sunday evening for flipper. Mr. nnd Mr.s. Homer Tuttlr of Algona were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mr.s. Alvin Weber. Frank Weber was at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Walter Bnrr. The children of Mr. mid Mrs. David King have been having the pink eye. Th-? Asa children are entertaining the c.hlcken pox. Recently they also had tho whooping cough nnd measles. Mr. nnd Mrs. Garnet Hood, Mrs. O. Hot}, andl daughter, BtirbzrTa Jenn, visited Sunday at the George Johnson home. Sunday evening the Johnsons motored to Titonka to the Tom Young homo. Miss Lcorm Stewart, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Stewart, former residents west of Irvington wns a Sunday visitor at the pnreninl liome. I^oiin is now at Des Moinrs inking a oour.-r in beauty culture. Mr. nnd Mrs. Elmer Dye and two children, Keith and Betty visited Sunday with Mrs. Dye's sister. Mrs. Ralph src bringing their mother. Mrs. Dur>en home from an extended visit mnrtf nt Mason City. Mrs. Duryrn will re- mnin at the. Lage home indefinitely Several from this community enjoyed a picnic Sunday at the river east of Burt. Those who went from here were Gladys and Bemice Jensen. Wnyne nnd Roy Wlckwlre. Lucille and Jerome Eis- enbnrth. EtTle Egel, Everett Van Stenberg all of Irvington a,nd Mr. and Mrs. Ornn Hudson of Burt. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Blnnchard. Sr.. and their son and daughter-in-law visited Sunday at Humboldt with tho Wm. Blnnchard family. The men are brothers. On last Wednesday afternoon Mrsdnmes Roy nnd Ed Runkel and Albert Thompson of the Lone Rock vici- nity callrri nt the Bla.nc.hard homo. Tim ladies are all daughters of Mr. and Mrs ninncrmrd. Mrs. Lawrence Hanson entertained (ho Friendly Hour club last Wednesday nft'Tnoon. Mrs. Hanson's mothrr and sister and sister-in-law wore also present besides several other guests. Mrs. John Bookos a.nd Mr.s. George ScufThnm provided th" entertainment which consisted of buncn. FOR SHERIFF Your support will appreciated. be Carl Dahlhauser .Democratic Candidate for Sheriff of Kossuth County. 1P-22 Furniture ««<*Rugs %^^^rw^r:^t *»"*' - •<>$ «^iv: - l^-^te^ >14.»-;* v ,.!. : /tff * < S*-=Ti«8J5^ V (M«sJ,(.>:v -.;-•»sSt-^t> 4 gradually increased the business until now lw has a paying patronage. Elmer is a live wire nnd will give the St. James business men good service. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Hutchison, ac- ompanicd by Mrs. E. C. Dickinson, will cave next Monday for Chicago where icy will visit their daughters. Mrs. C. Q. Drummond and Helen Hutchison. Mrs. Dickinson will visit her daughter n Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. The three then Journey on, after a week's visit, to Washington, t>. C., to visit Senator and Mrs. L. J. Dickinson. The >arty is expected back about June 1. Mr. and Mrs. George Wilson attend- d the funeral of the former's sister, vlr.s. W. H. Winegar at Perry, Sunday. Mrs. Winegnr. with two other Perry women, was on her way home after spend- r>K the winter in California when n ,irr blew cut n'ar Raton, New Mexico 'atalSy Injuring two of the occupants Tc third is still in a hospital. Funeral services were held from th<> Congregational church at Porry. LOTTS^REEKNEWS Liiurcna Lnnbs worked it th^ Win. Fuerstcnau home over the week end. Henry Meyer who was wry ill lust fall with a sicgo of anomia. hii-s !>"<•" having n .similar attack In a. milder form. Ascen-skm Day services will be conducted in the church on Thursday evening of this week In the English language. A liirg 1 number of people from this community attended the Jorgcnsun- Zumach wedding ceremony at Fen ton on Sunday afternoon. The first baseball game of the H'ason was played on the local diamond Sunday against Otto-scn. The .score was Ottow-ii « und Lotts Cm-K 0 Mr. and Mrs. Fred Meyer have returned from their wedding trip to points in Wisconsin and are now titled on the farm of Fred's father. Supt. II. F. C. Mulhr of Fort Dodge visited und inspected the Lutheran par- i.-.h school here Friday. Mr. Mueller is superintendent of all the Lutheran parish schooLs in the state. Mr. und Mrs. Louis Hintz of Alguna attended church services here on Sunday after which ithey 'accomixiiuecl their sun, Herman and family to Penton where they all were guesls at th-.; home cf Mrs. Mary MHtag. Long's Friday and Saturday Food Sale Watch for our 1.000 dodgers. Also another prixe given to the ladies Saturday night. .He sure and have your name in the. ballot box. Our prize will be a market basket, full of Home Brand Products. Just completed our first 33 years in the, sanie. food store. LONG'S for service, quality and low price. Furniture' and lings Suitable for Every Room in the Homo. Living Room Suites $55 up Dining Room Suites $68.50 up Bedroom Suits, Springs and Mattresses, specially priced for Uonseclcaning. 1)x12 IQT^IIP J)x12Fclt 67S Wool rngs __*''•' J Ul Base Hups U ' 1 * 1 Foster's Furniture Co. WyWWVWWUWWWWVWYVV\^^ WAM^^ THE GOEDERS CO. 48th Anniversary Sale NOW IN PROGRESS Friday and Saturday Only :>"»(• Klcii/.o Tooth 1'aste, big tube j; Klenxo Facial Tissue, small sixe --100 Hobart's As- piriu Tablets ____ 1 1 ask el's Milk of OQ C Magnesia, pint — - " Kord's Rubbing Alcohol, full pt. - 35c BexallTooth Powder ---------- 50e Hygeuol TT • /-V'l Hair Oil __ , 00- (i*V\* Razor Blades ---- ' 5()c Jonteel Cold Cream Big Bar Woodbury's Soap __ 1 Ib. Cascade Linen, 50 env., both _ Mart el's Lilac Vegetal 1 pt. Gray sou'a Russian mineral' 39c lOc A complete liue of Mothers' Day and Graduation Cards. K. D.JAMES ZHWMMW^^ Basket Grocery Algona's Finest Food Store "It's House Cleaning Time" Special Values Thursday May 10 to Wed., May 16 19c Full Fashioned Silk Hosiery I'Yom Rollins line $1 sheer service and chiffon lines. Slightly imperfect, but defects are not noticeable. Ten good colors. BVL- to 10 -one pair ">f)c. 2 Pairs for $1 SILK SLIPS, for junior 7Q r Misses, lace trim, 10 to M ' * /v - Spring Coats Kirl ('amav 4for'_ P. i- <J. (iiant bars, ti for OXYDOL G-iant 55c Large 21c Chipso 17c CRISCO, 1 Ib. 21c (Pie pan FREE) IVORY, medium 3 for 17c MONARCH SPICES 4 cans and free spice rack KrC You may choose any four spices For Friday Only While They Last No. 10 cans of lied Pitted Cherries . MONARCH CATSUP, large bottle 15c WAX PAPER, lOc roll, 40 ft., 2 for 15c Hamburger, fresh 1A-, Choice Beef 19 \A C i i» 11 i\/^» l^jv.»oi- \\\ Afcrf M- ~*\* beet Ib. ***** itoHbt, 10. Dainty MEATS, 16 oz. jars 20c f 1!)."»(). $8,95 Regular Dollar Wash Dresses in a great sale. Fast colors, good styles, well made, dainty trims in light or dark colorings -l»ig .style selection, sixes 14 to r>(). Regular dollar values at 85c EXTRA SIZE SLIPS in Chalk, crepe selk, lace trim __ 1.19 Printed Crepe Dresses select ion of ncsv s and sheers. $5,95 I A Special Offering on Curtains and Drapery Materials, all Styles, Weaves, with Wide Price Range. Welcome to Algona, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday for Trade Extension Days Seersucker Pique Dresses $1.95 Flat Crepes plain and printed 79c 98c ji WMWJW W W J>^^

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