The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 14, 1934 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 14, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, June 14, 1934 v. and Mrs. L. Wchmann and daughter of Burt were Algona callers Monday. Mrs. M. C. McMahon and Mrs. S. E McMahon were business callers In Fort Dodge Monday. D. E. Sheehan spent the week end in Maxwell with his mother who is seriously ill again. Mrs. Gerald Hartshorn left Monday evening for Des Moines where she will visit her father for a few weeks. G. B. Malone left Thursday for Colorado Springs after a brief business visit in Algona. Merrill will leave later. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Bennett and son, Douglas left Saturday morning for Omaha. They plan to be gone a couple of •weeks. Marian Tuttle of Des Moines, sister of H. A. Tuttle, visited at the Tuttle home last week and Is a gu-est there this week also. , Nets Olson, father of Mrs. R. G Richard, returned to his home In Sioux City Monday after visiting here for the past flve w-eeks. G. D. Stokes left for Glenburn, North Dakota, Tuesday, to spend the week looking after his interests In a farm located near th-cre. Mrs. H. A. Tuttle and daughter, Marilyn, will leave the latter part of this week to visit with h-tr parents near Ferry for a week or ten days. Geneva, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Scharlach, was ill last week with a toad attack of tonsilttls. She has recovered and Is much better now. Dale, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Webster, returned from Emmetsburg Sunday evening after visiting with relatives there since Decoration Day. Mr. and Mrs. John Vinson of Spencer spent Sunday at the Howard Vinson home. On Monday they left for Chicago, taking Craig Vinson with them. Ed Huntlngton of Norfolk, Nebraska, visited at the Charles Roupe home and with other relatives around Algona Thursday, Friday and Saturday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson and the latter's mother; Mrs. B. F. Bur- tls, spent the week end in Des Moines. Mr. Johnson attended Masonic instructions. Miss Bernice Brown and Miss Marjorie K-olley of Forest City are guests at the Oliver Farus home for a few days. Miss Brown is a sister of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jacob, Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jacobs. Jr., both of Austin, Minn., returned home Sunday from a two day visit, at the Fred Jacobs home here. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Wallukalt and children accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Pate visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Larry Brown, Mrs. Wallukalt's brother of Clarion. Maurice McEvoy, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. McEvoy, returned Thursday from Muscatine where he has been a student at the Muscatine Junior college the past year. Mrs. Okn Brunson of Mason City visited at the Wernert sisters' home on Sunday. She accompanied the T. O. McDermotta and Mary McDermott of Mason City oWr here. ' John Zimmerman, student of the Concordla Seminary at St. Louis, arrived last Friday to spend his summer vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Zimmerman. Mrs. Wallace MacDougall had her tonsils removed Monday morning at the Koasuth hospital. Her mother, Mrs. Fred Tubbeslng came from Mason City Sunday to be with her a few days. Mrs. D. L. Leffert returned Monday from Swea City, after spending the week end with her mother, Mrs. Hannah Anderson, who Is confined to her bed with severe brulsea and a shaking up suffered in a fall the latter part of the week. Mrs. Anderson is improving, however, at this time. m*. V «"~ J "^ J ' M - E - Worster were at west Bend Sunday. Mrs T. P. Harrington has been confined to her bed with an illness since Sunday. Joe Sheppard, student at Cerighton College, is home now for the summer vacation. A daughter was born Thursday to Mr and Mrs. Orvllle Reed on East North street. Mrs. William Ryno and two sons, Dickie and Bobby, returned to their home at Fort Dodge Sunday evening having visited at the John Lamuth. home since last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. c. C. Wright are visit- Ing relatives in Dallas Center and Davenport this week. Mr. Wright, who is employed In the city water works department, is taking his vacation this week. Shirley Ellsworth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Ellsworth of Britt, former residents of Algona, was a guest of Edith Roeder last week. Edith accompanied her to her home Saturday and is visiting there now. Mrs. Nellie Van Allen spent Sunday in Fort Dodge and retumrd that evening with her daughter. Mary Elizabeth, who lias been visiting her aunt, Mrs. Jim Allen, for the past ten days, she is now a victim of the measles. " Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Sellstrom drove to St. Peter, Minnesota, Sunday where they met their daughter, Dorothy. Dorothy, a student at Gustavus Adolphus College at St. Peter this last term, spent the past week at Minneapolis with a sorority sister. Vera Steil, who has been teaching in Sioux City, is visiting here for a few weeks with her father. Joe Steil. She will then go to the Methodist camp at Okoboji where she will be the overseer for women, a position she has held for the past several summers. J. J. Holtzbauer and children and Eileen O'Brien drove to Des Moines on Sunday, where they visited at the C. B. M. Smith home. They returned that evening and brought back Rofcanne Holtzbauer who has been visiting- at th-t? Smith home for the past ten days. Mrs. W. B. Guy of Colfax, Iowa, was a guest of her daughter, Mrs. Andy Johnson, over the week end. She returned to her home Sunday evening taking her granddaughter. Helen, with her. Helen will have her tonsils and adenoids removed brfore coming home. Mrs. D. E. Sheehan returned Saturday night after a twelve days' trip with Mrs. P .E. Walley and her mother of C'orwith. The two women took Mrs. Walley's mother to the sanitarium at Hot Springs Arkansas for treatment and remained there for four days. The rest of the time was spent in sightseeing. Mrs. J. T. Trevillyan and two sons of Tyndale, South Dakota, and Mrs. 3. J. Farus of Forest City were izuests Wednesday and Thursday at the Oliver Farus home. Mrs. Trevillyan is a sister of Mr. Farus and Mrs. O. J. Farus s their mother. They were enroute to Tyndale, Mrs. Trevillyan having visited In Forest City. Mrs. A. A. Bishop returned Friday evening after a two weeks' visit with her daughter, Mrs. W. W. Patterson In Louisville, Kentucky, with relatives In Chicago and with another daughter. Mrs. B. L. Hilliard, in DubuqUe. Ruth and Harry Bishop are now In Iowa City where the former is employed doing clerical work and Harry is attending summer school at the university. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Skinner and Family of Springfield, Illinois, arrived, Saturday at the home of the former's mother, Mrs. Anna Skinner, for a vls- t. Mr. Sklmver returned to his home Tuesday but Mrs. Skinner and children wfll remain until Friday wtveto Kate Skinner will drive them to Montezuma, Iowa, where hte Mrs. Skinner will visit with her parents before returning to Springfield. A Perfect Remembrance for Your Father £*4 1 he most sensible « JP r shirt ever nt new VAN MI IB US EN s ei HITS S, PH80.IK-JOIMES urt//» tne Jatnotis VAN NIBUSBN COLLAIt to tnaicn O TKb skirt hoi •vwryfHinoL..Styi*, fit, comfort, w*ar....and abov« all •!*• th* •xdusiv* advatv- Io0« of »h« famous Van HAUSDMI collar which simply can n*v«r wrlnlcU or pucker In wearing or laundering. Com* In now to s** th* N*w Van H*ut** most i»njtble iKlrt »v«r «od*. Russell Larson is spending a week's vae-atton -with the William Weilnnd family near Britt. George Ellxrt left Sunday niuht for Detroit on a business trip. He expects to be back Friday. Ruth Barclay of Maron City was a Rtiest a tthe T. P. Harrington home Sunday, Mbnc?-*y and Tuesday. Mrs. Robert Larson left last Friday for Spooner. Wisconsin, where she will visit with her parents the next two weeks. Friends of J. KT. Godden of Emmets- burgr. father of W. H. Oodden. will be sorry to hear that he Is quite ill at this time. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Weaver and baby daughter. Shirley Katherine, were guests over the week end at the Paul Trauger home. Mrs. C. A. Joynt and Helen and Billy left Tuesday for Mallard where they will visit until Sunday with the former's parents. Mrs. Anna Cronholm of Minneapolis came Thursday and visited until Saturday with Miss Gusta Winkle and the W. A. Fosters. Mrs. Lura Sanders was a guest over the week end of Mrs. Moore at Emmetsburg. wife of the proprietor of the the Kermoore Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. William Ryno and two sons. Mrs. John Lamuth and Mrs. Kate Laughrin spent last. Thursday at the grotto at West Bend. Milton Moore spent the week end at Ames wher-e he attended a reunion of the class of 1884 which was held at the Iowa State College. Mr. and Mrs. Will Bailey and two pirls of Marshall. Minnesota, arrived Tuesday for a visit at the H. D. Hutchins home. Mrs. Bailey and Mrs. Hutchins are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Clark of West Bend were guests at a on-? o'clock dinner Monday at the F. A. M. and F. F. Frost home in honor of F. A. M.'s brother, G. B Frost of Prosser, Washington. William Ramus was arraigned before Justice of Fsace H. B. White June 9 on charge of disturbing the peace. He was fined S2.OO and costs by the court after pleading guilty to the charge. Bob Trauper. son of Mr .and Mrs. Art Trauger. who Is a student at the Iowa State College at Ames, visited here W-rdncsday and Thursday (today) and will then g:o back to the college to take a summer course. A f:w ladies took refreshments Monday afternoon to the W. L. Martin home on West College street as a surprise to Mrs. Martin's mother. Mrs. Bell of ElclridRC. North Dakota. The aftrrnoon was spent socially. Teachers in the Algona public schools who are- taking the six weeks summer course at the Iowa State University at Iowa City are Miss Ruth Messenger, Miss Kriek-cnbaum. Miss Messer, Miss Wilson and John G. McDowell. Emma Spongberg, who has been teaching for several years In Stanley, 1-r-ft Thursday to take a summer course at the University of Iowa. She will teach next year in Fayette, Iowa, and will have charge of the first grade. Mrs. Sallie Kranz, mother of Mrs. T. H. Chrlschllles. is now visiting in Honolulu. She will come here for an extended visit at trie Chrlschllles home in about two -weeks. Mrs. Kranz stayed •with, a son in California during the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Reinhardt and baby boy, Wesley, of Sharon Springs, Kansas, arrived Saturday for a two weeks' visit with Mrs. Relnhardt's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Behlmer. Mrs. Relnhard, is the former Margaret Behlmer. Mr. and Mrs. p. J. Christensen and family, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Bonar and the A. K. Cliff family and J. C. Galloway family of Ames spent the week end in the Christensen cottage at Spirit Lake. Mr. Galloway is a brother of Mrs. Chrtstervsen. Senator G«o. Patterson was an Algona visitor Tuesday and Indicated that he would be an active candidate for the nomination for lieutenant governor at the July republcan convention. Senator Patterson is justly proud, of his Kossuth county vote. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Norton and .son, Richard, left this morning: (Thursday) for Ten Mile Lake at Hackensack, Minnesota, and will spend the next ten days there. Mr. and Mrs Albert Eckberg and sons, Phillip and Richard of Boone will also vacation with the Nortons. George B. Frost of Prosser. Washington, came SatuXfey morning to visit his brother, f. A. M. Frost and other relatives. He and Messrs, and Mesdames F. A.. M. and F. F. Frost visited Sunday at the C. E. Maxwell home in Eagle Grove and called at the Tom Clark home in West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Dolph Raney, Mr. and Mrs. Don Smith and son, Donny, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Stephenson and daughter. Margaret, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Dearchs and daughters, Esther and Elizabeth, were among those who wen! pre&ent at the graduation exercises at the Iowa State College at Ames on Monday. George Carmody and his 7-piece dance orcri-tstra are to nlay for a dance '. at the Dreamland pavilion at Lakota j Saturday evening. June 16. This is an I up to dace pavilion and open on all sides insuring a cool and pleasant evening for the dancers. The Carmody orchestra Is gaining a wide reputation for fine dance music. Mrs. B. f*. Richardson and daughter, Meredith, drove to Am-es to attend the graduation exercises at the Iowa State College. Her son, Max, a student there, returned with her Monday but Meredith went on to Cedar Rapids to visit h«r aunt, Caroline Schichtl and also to visit Laura Green at Lone Tree, Iowa. Verena Hentges arrived Tuesday evening from Mandan, North. Dakota, where &he has been teaching for an extended visit at the E. J. Butler home. Miss Heiitges and Mrs. Butler were schoolmates at St. Theresa's at Winona. Miss Hentges also taught at Whittemore a. few years ago. She will visit in Wisconsin also before returning to her home in Michigan. North Dakota. Studenxa of the Iowa State College A Airier, who are home now are William MonluJt. Max Richardcoia, Edmund Norton, Carl and Kenneth Uedin, Maynard Stestheosoo, Edgar Finn-ell. Magnus Lichter and Hoyt Raney, who graduated from a four year veterinary medicine course, arrived home Thursday. Julia Dearchs, who graduated after talcing a home economics course. left for Chicago after the exercises and will visit there for sotue time before returning tie re. "Tra,v<eiers" 25c a day iiisuruuce. 1 day or Agency 4 iiiouUis.—Algona, Insurance 24 ACADEMY ALUMNI OF WHITTEMORE HOLD BANQUET Whittemore: The academy alxrmrii held their annual banquet Thursday, June 7. at the Kermoore hotel In Emmetsburg. A delicious four course banquet was served aftev which a bus'.ners meeting: was held. The officers elected were as follows: president. Art Fandel; vice president, Harold Elbert; secretary, Ruth Ann Smith; treasurer, Susie Besch. Walter Fandel was toastmaster and Verna Kaschmttter represented the class of 1934. Father Hy-» land gave a nice lecture and also Vincent Movers and Patricia Weir spoke a few words. Will McCauley of Mason City visited local friends Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Steil of Emmrts- burg. spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Hayes. Annette Bestpnlehner has nccopird n position RS bookkeeper in th Farmers' State Bank. Susie Ooeders spent Sunday with her parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. Nick Goeders at Cylinder. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bartlett spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Anderson at Humboldt. Harold Van Allen of AlRonn spent the week end with Mrs. Catherine O'Brien and family. Tom and Rose Gcelan of Ruthven spent Sunday with the H. W. and the James Geelan families. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Sullivan and family of Ledyard were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Henry Felder Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Hargreaves and family of Algona spent Sunday wan Mr. and Mrs. Tom Carmody. Louis Braatz, Werner Braatz and James Geelnn were in Algona Thursday evening attending a banquet. Fathers McNerney and James Duhigg of Em.metsburg were visiting with Fathers Veit and Hyland Saturday. Elmer Behnke, who has been taking n post graduate course at Concordia Teachers College, returned home Sunday. Frank Bestenlehner went to Fort Dodge Tuesday to serve on the federal jury. He expects to bo gone a week or ten days. Mrs. Frank Burke and son, John, went to New Hampton Thursday ni^ht to visit Mrs. Burke's mother. Mrs. Klcinrehn. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Blinkmnn of Lu- Verne. Minn., spent Sunday with Mrs. Blinkman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert. Behnke. M. L. Nolan of Cedar Rapids, Mr. and Mrs.B. J. Slmes of Canton. South Dnkota. visited Mr. nnd Mrs. Will Biggins tho \verk. Mr. nnd Mrs. Art Fandel of Whit- temoro. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fnnripl of Lndy.smit.h. Wis., spent Sunday with Father Fanrtpl at. Remscn. The "Penny Sale" held by tho Methodist. Ladies' Aid Thursday evening was well attendrd nnd the Indies wore very much pleased with their success. Rosella Hlggins accompanie-1 Mrs. Nina Bonnstetter of Rodman to Sioux City Thursday where they sp°nt the day, returning home that'evening. Mr. and Mrs. Kern Elerlck spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyers at Fenton. Betty Ann Meyers accompanied them home for a week's visit. James V. Meyers of Elkader but who has been a student at St. Paul's seminary, visited several days the past week with his sister, Sister Mary Ernestine. Lloyd Roth returned Saturday from Fort Snelling where he had spent the p«st fourteen days. Mr. Roth wns commissioned second lieutenant a short time ago. Mrs. Nell Fnrrell. Mrs. Tom McDon- noll, daughter, Irene. Mary Anita Calry and John Mosbach were in Clcnr Lnko Sundny to attend n picnic with a number of other friends. Fathers WITK Veit and J. J. Hyland Ipft the first of the week to attend a priests' rctroat nt Sioux City. They were accompanied by John W. Cullen, who will alfo attend the rot IT at. Mr. and Mrs. Eel Carmoely of Graet- tlnger were Sunday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Carmody. Mr. Cnrmody who has been nfc Oracttlngcr on business, returned home with them. Mir. nnd Mrs. Joseph Cullen nnd daughter Patricia Ann, left for their home at Minonk. 111., after nn extended visit at the J. S. Cullen home. They were accompanied by J. S. Cullen. Mr. nnd Mrs. Albert Fandel of Lndy- strrttli, Wis., arc *isltlng Mr. nnd Mrs. M. W. Fandel and other relatives. The Fandels were married Tuesday, June 5, nnd are spending the'.r honeymoon here. Mr. nnd Mrs. M. J. Duffy and family, and Alice Duffy of Algona, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ferdinand Duffy and family, nnd Mr. anel Mrs. Al Montng and family of West Bend spent Sundny with Mr. and Mrs. Mnrtln Duffy. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Walker and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kueckcr and son, Jimmy of Delnven, Minn., spent the week end with local relatives. GtrnMine Kuecker. who Iintl .'pent the past week here, returned home with them. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Essor went to Des Melnes to visit with their eons, Henry nnd Leo, nnd to be present nt their daughter, Irene's graduation as a, nurse June 5 While there the Essers bought a house with an acre nnd a half truck garden at Beaver Dalf 4 miles south of Des Moines nnd expect to tnkc possession the latter part of June. Wayne Altwegg Is vtMtintr at tho home of his aunt, Mrs. E. M. Sparks near Wesley. The Norman Maine family from Es- 'lierville spent Sundny with his mother, Mrs. C. B. Albright. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kent nnd son. Pred, Jr., w«re Sundny supper guests at the Frank Haldemaii home. Th-? Elton Rochleau family of nenr Fenton were callers Sundny 'afternoon at the Guy Harmon home here. The L. H. Robinson family nnd Mrs. C. C. Robinson of near Algona were visitors Sunday afternoon at the Frank Haldeman home. Mrs. Guy Harmon is a patient nt the Iowa City hospital whore she under- wont a major operation, she is getting along nicely at this time. A Bible school will be conducted at the center school house for twi> weeks beginning June 18th. Hours will be from 9 until 11 and nil children in the neighborhood will be welcome. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lichter and son. Jackie- sp-ent Sunday evening at the John Arndorfer home. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brownell are in Rccli-rster where Mrs. Browncll expects to undergo a major operation this week. Josephine Murtagh, who is now employed in the Federal building in Des Moines, spent the week end here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Murtagh. Mis Leo Taylor, Wilma Ethernlgton Arlene Riddle, Lctha Walburg. Mrs. Jess Riddle. Mrs. Maurice Etherlngton and John Etherlngton spent Friday in Fort Dodge. Frank Green of Harlinger, Texas, was a guest over the week end at the Andrew Peterson home. He Is an old friand of Mrs. Peterson and Mrs. M. J.JJfoung. PWil Hutchins, who has been teaching mathematics in Glim ire City, Is now employed on the CWA project planning board in Kossuth and three other counties near here. Miss Minnie Stark of Duluth came Tuesday evening for a visit at the W. A. Dutton home. She will also attend the reunion of the Dutton clan which will be held June 23rd. Liteutenant-MaJor and Mm. Burton Seel-ey of Fort Benning, Georgia, returned to their home Tuesday after a ten days' visit with the former's mother and the latter'a mother, Mrs. C. E Vincent Hurn, who Is employed at the Long's grocery, left Monday for Rochester. Minn., where he will visit his sister. Margaret, who Is a chemis: there. Vincent is taking a two weeks' vacation. The Rev. Leon 8. Dudly and son, Wallace of Ooodland, Kansas, we*-; visitors last week at th-j home of Mrs. Rachael Shackleforn. Mr. Dudley is a brother-in-law of MlM Edith Reed of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Showalter returned Monday night after a two weeks stay in the east. They went on a business trip to Brookville, Pennsylvania, and Atlantic City, New J«rst-v, and visited relatives in Baltimore and Washington, D. C. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Caldwell and daughter. Muxine, left last week Wednesday on an automobile trip. Mr. Caldwell U taking his vacation from the Zender & Caldwell store. Th« Caldwells planned to drive to Duluth and other northern points. Mrs. Bert Deal, her children, Robert, Hubert, Owen and Erma Lee, and ht~r sisters, Sue Mori an and Rie Morlan were guests at the Wm. Campbell home at Ames Sunday evening. Monday they drove to Des Moines where Hubert attended the Register &c. Tribune carriers' holiday. Among those Des Moines Register &. Tribune carriers from here who attended the annual holiday at Des Moines Monday were: Don Akre, Junior Beardsley. Bill Dearchs, Lyle Palmer, Bob Nolte, Robert. Wray, Kenneth Durant. Bob Conklin, Dick Sjogren, Quinten Dodg<e, Vic Hertig, Clarence Devine and Hubert Deal. Mrs. H. E. Rist came home Wednesday from Washington, D. C., where she has spent the past three or four weeks with her daughter, Mrs. T. F. O'Haire. Mrs. Rist was accompanied by her little grandduaghter, Ann O'Haire who will spend the summer here. Ann's mother plaits to come after her in the fall and will visit in Aigona for a few weeks at that time. Miss Priscilla Southgate caiae Monday from Eveleth. Minnesota, where she has been teaching and will spend the summer with her sister, Mrs. T. T. Herbst. Their mother. Mi*. BV. M. South gate, arrived Wednesday from the west and will also spend the summer at the Herbst home. Mrs. Southgate has been visiting in California wuti her SOD, Dr. Paul Southgate and in S«aUle. Washington, with her daughter, Mre. Donald Thorpe. ST. BENEDICT NEWS <^<ys^<is^oiff<ya^^ Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Fehr spent Sunday afternoon at Titonka. Miss Louisa Huschka spent Monday evening with Evelyn Elscheid near Algona. Mrs. Rose Arndorfer spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Josephine Rosen- myer. Mrs. John Blerl of Templeton spcnl Sunday with her son, Magnus Rahm and family. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Eloh are the proud parents of a baby girl born last week Friday. Miss Lorraine Arndorfer entertained her choir Sunday evening. Ice cream and cake were served. A baby boy came to gladden the home of Mr. and Mrs.. Frank Krdman near LuVerne last week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Arndorfer and daughter, Theresa Ann were Sunday evening visitors at the Al Rosenmyer home. Little Shirley Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Le O c. Miller of Plum Creek pent last week with her grandmother, Mrs. Rose Arndorfer. Mrs. Victoria Arndorfer left Monday for Denver, Colorado, to visit with her daughter, Mrs. Clara Erdman and also to attend the wedding of her granddaughter, Thelma Erdman on June 13. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Wernversen and family arrived Saturday from their home at Pittsvllle, Wis., to visit the former's mother near Corwith, who is not in the best of health and also to visit Mrs. Wermerson's brothers, John and Nick Raskopf. PLUM CREEK NEWS i Little LnVonno Ornss. small dnngh- ;rr of Mr. and Mrs. John Oross. was tak^n to the> Iowa City hospital two works nco tn nnv--? a cancerous growth, removed from ono of her hands. She was returned on Thursday of last week In her p.irente nnd tho growth Is <?n- tirrly removed. "TnuTlcrs" 2,ir a day Insurance. I day or 4 months.—Algona Insurance Agreney. 24 United Motors and McQuay-Norris Service Wm. C. Dau Garage General Repairing Fonder & Hody Work Paint ing Phone Kif) Alsiona CUT RATE GROCERY Prunes, 2 Ibs. 19c Rice, 3 Ibs. 19c Corn Flakes, 2 pkgs. 19c Puffed Wheat, Rice Pops, Bran. Flakes, Whole Wheat Flakes, 2 for 17c Macaroni, Noodles, and Spaghetti, 3 pkgs. _19c Tomatoes, 2% can, 2 25c Catsup, 2 Ig battles 25c P-G Soap, 6 Ig bars 23c Big Ben Soap 10 brs 19c Oxydol, large pkg. __21c Gold Dust, pkg. 16c Lye, 2 cans 15c Matches, carton 23c Toilet Tissue, 5 rolls 23c Milk, 3 tall cans 20c BUSIEST LITTLE STORE IN TOWN Mrs. Tribon and her E. H. Parsons Judge D. F. Coyle ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW Office over Basket Grocery Phone 820 Algona, Iowa Rummage Sale —AT— Christensen's BARGAIN BASEMENT With Added Bargains Children's cotorfMt dresses, worth to $1.50 for 6te Ladies co'orfast Dresses for 89o Children's Bathing Suite at SOc and better More Voile and Sheer Cotton DrcMwa Very Cheap, More New Monatone Silk Dronea $3.98 and $3.98 Ladies Coata for now and Fallwear—Very Cheap A Table of many Items, values to $3.00 for 25o BARGAINS GALORE AT THIS SALE 0<&&3iXX8B®iBS^^ Used Cars 1920 Pontiac coach 19.'M Ford conpo 1931 Essex coach Model T Ford Algona Auto Market West of Court IIouso &XC&£fOZOX8yffK^^ USED CARS 1929 Chevrolet Coupe 1929 Ford Coach 1932 Dodge Sedan 1928 Durant Sedan 1932 Essex Coach One used furnace. All in good condition. One used truck grain box Kohlhaas Bros. p i? 0 °o ne

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