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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, July 5, 1934 Mr. and Mrs. Bob Danson of Corwith, •visited relatives and friends here Friday. Wallace MacDougali and Fred eKn^ attended a meeting of Ford dealers In Des Moinea Friday. Herbert French, now of Mankato, Minnesota, spent Sunday In Algona with friends and relatives. Elizabeth Schoby of Mason City Is •visiting this week -with her grandmother, Mrs. B. E. Brown. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Smith were guests Saturday and Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rogers at Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Motter and son, Jean, went to Carroll Tuesday where they will spend the 4th with Mrs. Motter's parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Nelson and two children returned Wednesday of last •week after a two weeks' trip through "Wisconsin and Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Danson and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Danson and family of Corwith drove to Lake Okobojl Wednesday and spent the day at the Danson cottage. Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Kors of Newton left Tuesday after visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. O. McCullough and family since Sunday Mrs Kors Is a sister of Mrs. McCullough. An 8V4 pound baby girl was born to Mrs. Carl Froelich of Wesley early Monday morning. Mrs. Froelich •will be better remembered as the former Wllma Slepman. Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Coffin spent Sunday in Lake Park, Iowa, and returned with Mrs. Coffin's mother, Mrs. Howe and niece, Eunice Sampson, who are visiting here this week. Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Tlss and daughters. Virginia and Mary Catherine of Tort Madison arrived here Sunday and are visiting this week with Mr. Tlss' sister, Mrs. Isabella Meiggs. Mrs. M. L. Maley and daughter, Maile, of Howard. South Dakota, came on Monday evening for a week's visit with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Frost and other relattvea. Wallace MacDougali and Fred Kent and son, Bobble, are spending the 4th at Owatonna, Minn., with relatives. They will be Joined at Mason City by the Fred and Jay Tubbesing families. Harold and Margaret Ferris, Dr. Frank Peterson and a friend, all of Minneapolis, spent Monday and Tuesday at the H. N. Kruse home. The former two are a niece and nephew of Mr. and Mrs. Kruse. Mr. and Mrs. Forresb Twogood spent the week end in the Mrs. Al Falken- hainer cottage at Lake Okobojl. John Haggard and his bride are spending some time at this cottage while John's broken ankle mends. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Montgomery of Akron, Iowa, spent Saturday night and Sunday with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Jones. The couple left Monday for Wyoming where they will spend the rest of their vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Stewart and daughter, Katherlnc were week end guests of relatives in Mason City. Miss Ruth Jones returned with them for ft •visit and will be Joined by h«r parents Wednesday after which one will return home with them. G. L. Vohs left Sunday for Chicago where he will spend ten days. W. A. Footer returned yesterday from Chicago where he had been since Saturday on a buying trip. Donnabelle Merron of Esthervllle came hers Monday and is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Ralph Miller. K. S. Ball of Charles City was a guest over the week end of Bernice Hargreaves at the P. H. Hargreaves home. Margaret Habeger and Gilbert Hargreaves spent Sunday in LuVerne and West Bend visiting friends and relatives. E. A. Schemel who Is the receiver in a closed bank at Geneva, Iowa, spent the 4th here with Mrs. Scheme! and their son, Mart. Mrs. W. C. Irelan and daughter, Jo Ellen returned home Sunday after visiting friends and relatives in Bloomfield and Ottumwa for two weeks. Bud and Philomena Quinn arrived Saturday evening from Woodstock, Minn. Bud returned Sunday but Philomena will visit here a week or ten days. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Farus moved to Forest City last week where Mr. Farus will be associated with a. plumbing company. Before moving there they visited relatives in Forest City a few days. Mr. Farus was employed here with G. F. Towne. Margaret Nelson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Nelson, read her second prize winning essay on "Peace With Security" on the Legion Auxiliary 6 o'clock radio program over WOI last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson and son, Vernon, drove Margaret to Ames. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Dearchs received word here that their daughter. Julia, had obtained a position as demonstrator of the Eureka Vacuum cleaner in Chicago. Julia, who graduated from the Iowa State College at Ames this year, has been in Chicago for two weeks. Mrs. C. E. McLaughlln and two> For Those in- Between Snacks Wilson's Bread spread witli jam—or for your dinner. A bread for all" purposes. Try Cakes, Cookies, Rolls, Doughnuts. You'll them. enjoy WILSON BAKERY daughters, Rosemary and Eugenia, o) St. Paul were guests over the week end at the J. J. Dooley home. Mrs. Mc- Laughlln is a sister of Mrs. Dooley Mrs. Dooley returned with the visitors to their home and will visit there foi a week. Mrs. Joe Bloom and son. Dirk, accompanied Rev. C. Paul Carlson to St. Paul Monday and will visit there for two weeks. Rev. Carlson will bring his wife and baby back some time this week. Mrs. Carlson underwent an operation for appendicitis some we«k ago and although her recovery was slow she is in good health now. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Parks former residents here and now llvlr.i In Mason City, will be Interested in learning of the birth of a son to them June 19th at the Park hospital in Ma son City. This Is their second child the other also a son. Mr. Parks is th district manager for the Skelly Oil Co. and was tranferred from here abcut a year ago. Elmer Hagg and wife came down from St. James, Minnesota, for the Fourth at the Lewis Hagg home. Elmer is planning on starting a semiweekly paper at St. James, where he has been running a mimeograph dally for the past few months. Elmer has much newspaper experience and plenty of energy and should make a success of his newspaper enterprise. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred B. King and daughters, Phyllis and Mary of New Haven, Connecticut, arrived here on Monday of this week for a ten day vis- It with Mrs. King's sister. Mrs. H. N. Kruse. Mrs. Kruse's two other sisters, Mrs. R. E. King of Pullman, Washington, and Mrs. J. F. Lyman of Tacoma, Washington, came Friday of last week and will visit about ten days. Dr. H. M. Olson visited his sister, Mrs. Jacobson at Hampton over the week end and on Monday waa accompanied to Algona by his sister, Mabel and Velma Johnson, who spent the day here. Mabel la a student at Drake University In Des Moines, majoring In commerce and finance. She will leave on July 29th on a tour to the Catalina Islands as a guest of the world's largest band from Ottumwa and will return August 19th. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde D. Martin of Oaklyn, New Jersey, arrived In Algona last week Tuesday at the home of their parents. Mr and Mrs. W. L. Martin. alter visiting relatives In Nashville, Michigan, and stopping at the World's Fair. They left Tuesday noon of this week and enroute home will visit relatives at Taylor, Missouri, Louisville and Danville Kentucky. Clyde is assistant manager of the police radio activities for R. C. A. Victor Company, Camden, New Jersey, in which company he has been employed for more than four years. Russell Smith of Estherville spent, last week with his cousin, David Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. N>;al Smith. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. StUlman and daughter, Ann, st>ent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Stillman at Dolllver. Helen Goeders and Norman Walker spent the Fourth at Salix, Iowa, near Sioux City at the home of the latter's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Pearson spent the week end at clear Lake, guests at the cottage of Mr. Ferguson, proprietor of the Klipto Loose-Leaf Company of Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Allan Grow and aughter, Thelma of Lincoln, Nebras- a, were guests Friday and Saturday of Mrs. Charles Shumway and son, Karl, ,nd Mr. Shumway in Emmetsburg. Mrs. John Isaacson gave birth to a iix pound baby boy Sunday night. The ssacsons have apartments In the Ed. Taylor, Jr., house on West McGregor treet. Dr. W. D. Andrews and Dr. F. J. McAllister attended the fourth district meeting of Iowa Osteopathy society held in the offices of Dr E. E. Chappell at Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Menzel and their ,wo year old son of Ames, arrived 011 Tuesday at the M. P. Weaver home and :pent the 4th there. Mrs. Menzel is he former Vesta Weaver. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Kresensky and daughter, Ardith, returned home on Wednesday evening after visiting since Sunday In Flandreau, South Dakota with Mrs. Kresensky's father, Giles Pettigrew. Tom Stull and two sons of Glendale California, came Sunday for a visil with Tom's brother, Dr. Claude Stuli at Corwith. The Stulls lived in Algona several years ago until they moved to California. Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Towne and their daughters left Tuesday afternoon for St. Croix Falls, Minnesota, where they planned to vacation for a few days. The E. A. Storck family of Minneapolis wll accompany them. Mrs. James Dunlgan of Emmetsburg and her daughter, Mrs. Jlmmie Collo of Glendale, California, who was form •srly of Emmetsburg, and her two child ren were guests of Mrs. Nellie McMah on Thursday of last week. Joan Godden, daughter of Mr. ant Mrs. W. H. Godden, left Saturday nigh for Chicago where she will visit he cousin, Wanelle McMahon, for te days. She will also attend the World' Fair before returning home. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Bollock will leav Thursday for Haward»n to visit th former's parents and for Vesta, Minn where they will visit Mrs. Bellock's par ents. Mr. Bellock Is employed in th Algona power plant and has a ten da vacation. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Storck and son Teddy and Gordon of Minneapolis spen Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. Storck's sister, Mrs. G. F. Towne. The visitors were on their way to their home after visiting a week in Winter- BURTMAN HURT IN FALL.-PASSES ON SATURDAY; BURIAL IN ILLINOIS Burt: M. J. Ryerson died early Saturday morning at his home. Mr. Ryer- on suffered a stroke two weeks ago ollowing a fall when staging broke while he was shingling the house on M. J. Ryerson,. 79, Able to Recognize Kin Just Prior to Death h« farm occupied by his son, Frank- His son, Dr. Paul Ryerson and daugh- er, Betty, arrived Friday afternoon rom Superior, Arizona. Mr. Ryerson ecognized them in the evening and assed away about one o'clock Saturday morning. Mr. Ryerson was born at Emerson, -lllnois. October 24th, 1855 and would lave been 79 years old in October. On October 12th, 1893. he was married to Anna Reed. They lived in Illinois, California and Oregon for a time and :ame to Iowa in 1917 They lived on he farm occupied by their son, Frank ind family for four years and then moved to Burt where they have since resided. Mr. Ryerson was a carpenter and farmed for several years. Besides his wife he leaves two sons. Dr. Paul Ryerson of Ari7xana and Frank of Burt. two granddaughters and two grandsons. Mr. Ryerson was a member of ,he Methodist church and a man who was loved and respected by all. Funeral wrvicas were held at the church Sunday afternoon and the remains were taken to Sterling, Illinois, for burial- His son, Frank and C. B. Cbipman drove to Sterling with the body and funeral services were held ther? Monday. Those from out of town who attended the funeral here were Mr. and Mrs. Homer Keefer, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Stewart of Conrad. Iowa, Mr. and Mrs- Lee Mensch of Manly, Mrs. Elizabeth Mensch of Plymouth and Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Clifton and daughter of Armstrong. tiav? been here the past week visiting Mrs. Carey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Rubey. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Gtddings, Jr., and three children of Chicago are visiting Guy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Giddings. Sr. Dr. Paul Ryerson and daughter, Betty left Sunday evening for their home in Superior, Arizona, after attending his father's funeral. Mr. and Mrs. John Crawford left on Thursday for their home at Webster City after spending two weeks at the J. H. Graham home. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Barteau nnd lit- t£ daughter of Chicago arrived Tuesday and will visit at the W. E. Stahl and J. W. Dorrance home. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. McArthur, Mr. and Mrs. C C. Smith and Jim Kerr wer? guests at the Henry Guide home in Bancroft Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Greist, and Mr. and Dale Dunda.s attended the funeral of tlwir little niece, Delores Kel- nesky, at Armstrong Monday. Mrs. Van Dorstan, Mrs. Lawrence Gillespie and daughter. Miss Lydia Maromith of Algona spent Thursday afternoon at the C I. Mansmith home. Harry Reed of Sterling. Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Reed of Morrison, 111., visited here nt the home of their sister. Mrs. M. J. Ryerson, Tuesday of last week. Mr and Mrs. Gordon French and their children who have been visiting at the Dr. Peters home, are spending he week in Algona with Mr. French's mother. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Giddings, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Guy Gtddings, Jr, and three children, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Pannkuk and two children visited relatives at Wesley Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Graham, and Mr. and Mrs. Harvard Graham and wo chldren who are visiting here, left Tuesday for Webster City to spend the Rev. M. Srhemol of Alton. lown, visited Thursday and Friday with his pnront,-;, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Schemel. Mr. and Mrs. Mntt Lamuth nnd family will leave Saturday for Round Lake, Minnesota, where they will vacation a week. Dr. Burl Dewel of Evanston. Illinois camo Saturday and will visit until on Thursday with his parents, Mr. and Mr?. W. C. Dewel. Mr. nnd Mrs. Melznr Falkenhainrr and family spent the Fourth at Lake Elysian, near Mankato with Mrs. Fal- kenhalner's sister and family. Mrs. Helen Fisher of Renwlck came t.be first of last week and Is visiting at the home of her father. Gtis Romer. Mrs. W. K. Ferguson returned yesterday morning (Thursday) from Washington. D. C., where she has spent the past month visiting her husband and son, Billy. Attorney and Mrs. Call Dickinson and their two children of Des Moines came last week for a visit of several days with Call's parents, Senator and Mrs. L. J. Dickinson. Mrs. F. F. Rahm and children, Maurice. Clare, LeRoy, Julia of Des Moines visited her parent-s. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Schemel. from Tuesday evening until Saturday of last week. Mrs. Ann Zittrilsch and Loretta Schwietert-Hard grove Miss Ada Schwietert, daughter of Public Sale of Real Estate The Southwest Quarter (SW^4) of Section Eighteen (18), Township Ninety-four (91), North, Kange Twenty-nine (29) West of the 5th P .M. (eight miles south and four miles west of Algona) (six miles east of West Bend) will be sold at public auction August 29th, 1934, at two o'clock P. M. Sale to take place at farm. Terms $2,000.00 on date of sale, balance March 1st, 1931. For further particul- arssee Hutchison & Hutchison Algoua, Iowa. 27-28 /vwvwvwv with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. John Deal of Mt. Angel Oregon, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Goeders last we^k. leaving Saturday for St. Benedict to visit other friends. Mr. and Mrs. D»al lived here about 23 years ago on the Henry Els- cheld farm east of town. Mrs. Byron Caldwell returned to her home In Grays Lake, Illinois, Thursday of last week after visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Shepard, for the past month. She was accompanied by Vera Tlede of LuVerne who was on her way to Detroit. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Anderson and family drove to Silver Lake, Iowa, on Saturday where they met Mr. and Mrs. Rob Belts of Sioux City. Adrls Anderson returned with Mr. and Mrs. Betta to Sioux City Sunday for a week's visit and the Andersons returned home Sunday. Mrs. B. P. Richardson and son, Max, left Saturday for Cednr Rapids and brought Meredith, who has been visiting there since June 10th, home. Mrs. Richardson's sister. Caroline Schlchtl of Cedar Rapids and Laura Greene cf Lone Tree returned with tne Richardsons and will make a vls'.t here. Seven girls scouts of a troop organized In Algona kft Sunday for Lake Okobojl and are camping this week on the lake shore In two tents. The girls are Glendora Burbank Virginia Morck, Mary Elizabeth Godden, Martha Palmer, Owen and Erma Lee Deal. They were accompanied by Gladys Matern. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Galbralth came Sunday from their home in Chicago for a few days visit with his father, Will Galbralth and with his brother, Bert and family. They expect to leave today for Minneapolis for a visit before returning to Chicago. Raymond has a position with Swift & Co. Mr. and Mrs. Charles McDonald drove to Duncombe last week to visit relatives. From there they drove to Des Moines and returned Friday accompanied by Mrs. McDonald's mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Koppen, who has been visiting her daughter. Mrs. Cleve Rice, the former Connie Koppen. for three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sornsen and son, Robert and farmer's mother and sister, Mrs. Tramm, all of Walnut. Iowa arrived Saturday at the home of Mrs Sorensen's sister, Mrs. W. C. Dau Mrs. Sortvsen and son will visit here the next two weeks but the rest of the group will return to their honves the day after the 4th. State Comptroller C. B. Murtagh cante up from Des Moines last Friday and spent several days here. He attended the county democratic convention, which endorsed him for the eighth district committeman as well as Mrs for the district committee- given a Mrs. Bertha Schwletert was married Saturday to Ned Hardgrove of Algona. They were married at the Presbyterian church at Algona. Bruce Clifton and Miss Lucille Sewick were witnesses. Miss Vera Chipman played the wedding march. They will live In Algona where Mr. Hardgrove is employed in the bakery. Friends here extend their congratulations. Miss Oriel Brook is assisting at the D. L. McDonald home. Ross Rash returned home Saturday from spending a week or more in Okla- home. Mr. and Mrs. Art Bettin and child r?n spent Sunday at Fenton with Mrs Bettin's parents. Raymond Carter, Bill Stewart am Derrald Riddle left Monday for a CCC Camp to begin work. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. McDonald an little daughter drove to Minneapolis Sunday to visit Mrs. McDonald's sls- ourth and visit relatives. Mrs. Carrie Melnzer, Miss Anna Howie spent Uip wwk end in Kinesley with tho former's daughter, Mrs. Hoyt Rnney. Mrs. Rnney, before her recent nnrriagc was the former Snra Doran. Bldg. & Loan Ass'n in Fine Condition The Algona. Building and Loan Asso- rntion is mailing checks to a.ll stockholders this Tvock for the semi-annual dividend. This represents tho thirty- fourth dividend paid by tho not missing a single dividend since Its organization in 1917. Dividends havo never been below five per cent on paid up stock and six on .savings accounts. The association now has $96.525.00 in paid up stock and S25.220.29 in investment savings. It has real estate loans amounting to $136.260.00, and all of this tidy sum has been used to improve Algona by adding new residences and Improving the homes. Tho association la now under the efficient management of C. R. LaBarre, with a strong board of directors It ts one of tho best instl- tutloas that. Algona has. Three $5 Prizes Three five dollar prizes wen* awarded, Saturday night, at the Call Theatre'. Gaylord Shumway, Algona, received one, and tho other two were awarded to a Zrlgler girl and a Mr. Wildln. Fifteen dollars in cash L? given away every Saturday evening. ter. Mrs. R. H. Thompson and little son returned home from Waverly Saturday after spending several weeka with her mother. Margaret Morness and lone Moyer took Virginia Thaves to Minneapolis on Saturday. The girls returned home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Quentln Carey of Ames Melnzer, and Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Kaut- zv of Fort Dodge and Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Melnzer were guests at the L. O Hodgson home recently. Mr. and Mrs. Iver Nordln and son, Donald drove to Pocahontns Friday afternoon to visit Mr. and Mrs. Alex MefTord. Mr. Nordin lived with the Mefforda when a boy. They are hi; uncle and aunt. Mrs. Fred Reibsamen and son, Floyc and a granddaughter nnd Charley Reibsamen called at the B. V. Daniels home Saturday. They had been to Algona and were returning to their homes near Titonka. Mrs. Al Staehle and Mrs. H. L. Sou- erman entertained a number of ladies at a one o'clock luncheon Saturday. Mrs. French and Miss Buma Duckmanton won guest prizes and Mrs- F. L. Pratt won high score prize. Miss Helen Schwietert, John Schwietert and Art Barker l«ft Tuesday for Boone where they will spend the 4th with Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Hunt. Misses Lorena and Myrtle Schwletert of Des Moines will also be at the Hunt home. The ladles are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Graham and two children, Betty and Dick of Dea Moines spent the week end at the J H. Graham home. Allen Graham o Des Moines also spent the week en< here. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Graham anc two sons of Fenton spent Sunday a the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs Graham. Broesder-Walker Wedding June 29th Good Hope: At Good Hope parsonage on Friday morning, June 29, the Rev. Allen H. Wood officiating, occurred the wedding of Wm. Broesder and Edna Walker, both well known and highly esteemed Good Hope young people. Guests present were relatives, Including Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Broesder, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Walger, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Broesder. Mr. and Mrs George Broesder, Melvin and Luella Walker, Miss Margaret Johnson, of Graettinger and Miss Esther Hoppe, Fairmont, the two latter being cousins of the bride. The groom ia tho son of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Broesder and the bride the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Walker. Following the ceremony the bridal couple left for a short honeymoon trip which included a stay at Shenandoah and a visit to the broadcasting station, 1 } there. They returned Sunday night and will be at home to their mnn> friends at the E. L. Broesder farm. White's Grocery Special No. 10 Fruits Friday and Saturday Prunes 39c Bartlett Pears 48c Peaches 43c Blackberries 48c Pineapple, b. si. ___62c Pineapple crushed __58c Apricots 48c Red Cherries 58c Raspberries, blk or red 65c ceptlou at the convention which was attended by over two hundred. Ray Arndorfer and two daughters, June and Joyce and his sister. Othilia Arudorfer of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, cauie here Friday and visited until Monday at the P. J. Greiner home. Mrs. Greiner is a sister of the two. They were accompanied here by Sister Mary Elzabeth, sister of Mrs. Greiner, and Sister Mary DeSales, both of the St. Francis convent at Milwaukee who are visiting here this week. This coming Friday, another brother of Mrs. j Greiner, Frank Arndorfer and wife, of Milwaukee, will come here for the two sisters. Wm. Doege of Titonka accompanied by his daughter, Mrs. Mahwi and her two children were Algona visitors last Thursday. Mrs. Mahan who before her marriage was Martha Doege, graduated from the Algona high school and afterwards took nurses' training in one of the big hospitals. &ho spent a year iii France during tbe war in field hospitals. She and her husband and two dilliUeii now live in Oakland, California, where Mr. Mahan U> engaged in business. Mrs. Mahau is to retard home this week after a mouth's vit.it with her father. Mrs. Frank Dealy of Emmetsburg spent Friday in Algona with her friend, Mrs. Nellie McMahon. Delia and Harlan Frankl left the first of the week for Silver City, Smith Dakota, to Join their mother, Mrs. John Frankl and sister, Helen who have been there since school was out. Delia and Harlan plan to remain for the balance of the summer. Ruth and Norma Payne, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Payne returned Saturday from Harper's Ferry after visiting there with their grandfather and their aunt, Bernadlne Barbaras. Mrs. Gladys South, who was former- lyemployed In the ready-to-wear department of Chrlschllles 4c Herbst, visited friends here Friday while on her way to Cedar Rapids from her vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Eaton and their daughter and son of Sidney, Iowa, moved here Into the Mrs. Lottie Kain home and will now make their home here. Mr. Eaton is a field man for the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company. O. L. Saunders of Lake Worth, Florida, arrived here Sunday at the home of his son, Floyd, and is visiting here this week. Miss Ramona Brumley of Bloomneld, Iowa, niece of Floyd, also came to the Saunders home Sunday and Is spending the week. Dr. and Mrs. R. Crawford and family of Indianapolis, Indiana, are expected here the latter part of this week and will visit with their friends in this vicinity. The Crawfords formerly made their home in Algona and were a popular and well known family. Mr. and Mrs. Melzar Falkenhainer and children spent the Fourth In Ely- Man, Minnesota, with Mrs. Falken- hainer's sister, Mrs. R. M. Anderson. Melzar returned right after the Fourth but Mrs. Falkenhainer and children are visiting there the rest of t}iis week. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Good and their daughter, Virginia, and Mrs. Good's nephew, Bob Connor of Des Moines visited Mr. and Mrs. Good's son, George j Bob Connor was a guest at the Good home over the week end and left for Minneapolis Monday morning. Velnia Hedrick of Mason City, a granddaughter of Mrs. Wm. Dehnert of Algona Is recovering from a recent operation for appendicitis which she underwent several days ago, and left the hospital in Mason City the last of the week. She la employed as a wait- rets in the Soda Grill. Mr. and Mrs. Max Bast, Miss Alma Bast Mr. and Mrs. August Huenhold, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wegener, Mr. and Mrs. AJvln Huenhold, Mrs. Frieda Steussy. Mr. and Mrs .Henry Johannsen, Mr. and Mrs. Gottlieb Gronbach, and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Geilenfeld attended the Balgenian funeral at Whittemore last Sunday. Mr- and Mrs. H. W. Pletch and family of Manchester, formerly of Algona were injured in an accident Saturday night of last week when, tho Lane car upset near Hopkinton, Iowa. Th*ir daughter, Gloria, 3, was uninjured. Lane is confined to his bed with head Injuries and Mrs. Lane is suffering from chest injuries and bruises. The Lane family lived in Algoua about two years ago. Mr. Lane ta connected with the Terry-Durin Co. Dr. and Mrs. Hoyt Raney of Kingsley, Iowa, were visitors In Algona on the Fourth. W. B. Quarton was the speaker of the day at the Fourth of July celebration at Corwith. Mr. and Mrs. William Kulow of Hubbard v-^ted at the Rev. Braner home Sunday and Monday. Tlie high school band will give a concert Sunday afternoon at the swimming pool beginning at 2:30. Florence Dehnert has returned home from Mason City where she spent the past year taking a business course. Rev. Frank Illg of Granville spent Tuesday evening and the Fourth with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Illg. Announcement The Algona Beverage Co. Jobbers of Soft Drinks, Carbonic Gas and Supplies is open for business in the Naudain Building at 21(3 East State St., Algona Come and see us or phone your orders. Sam Dieterich Manager Phone 71. C. D. Stedman Sales Manager ER? The Algona Upper Des Moines is going into 475 more Kossuth County homes than it did a year ago, Circulation this issue, 2750*

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