The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 19, 1934 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 19, 1934
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The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, July 19, 1934 PURCHASER OF CAR 1 ASKS FOR REFUND Probate Court Hears Claim of Dr. Waite of Fenton f Against Olson Estate Bancroft Register: A claim against tne estate of the late Emmet Olson arising from alleged sale by Olsog of a car stolen In Chicago to Dr. J. F Walfce of Fenton, was heard at Fair- Mont, Minnesota, last week. The doctor purchased the car, a 1931 model Ford, In September, 1932, for $235, plus a car which he turned in at a value of $175. The car was taken from him In May, 1933, by the Aetna Insurance company, through which it was returned to the Chicago owner. .. Dr - Watte, a veterinarian, asks for t»e return of the money, the value of Hie car turned In, expenses of several trips to Fairmont trying to get a set- '.tlement and attorney fees. He is rep•resented by Attorney Maurice McMah- 'on of Algona, assisted by Paul C. Coop• er of Fairmont- L. J. Selfert, attorney for the Olson estate, admits the doctor has a claim, but says the estate wants to pay only what the car Is worth. He also con- tend-sd that the car was sold through j daughter, Mrs. Charles Stratton and family. Mrs. B. E. Sanders accompanied the Bolenus family to Mason City last week Wednesday where they visited at the home of a sister, Mrs. Henry Hawley and family. They returned home that evening. Mr. and Mrs. Waiter Plumb r> r . Lisle. 111., and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Plumb and family of Downers Grove, 111., came Saturday for a w?eks visit at the home of their son and brother, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Plumb and family. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kirschbaum and children, Bobble and Rose Marie of Garner, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Cink and family of near Wesley were all Sunday visitors at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs s Wm. Kirsch- jaum. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hartley returned lome Saturday at noon from Pontiac. 11., where they attended the annual 'amily reunion of Mr. Hartley's fam- ly. They met relatives from Call- 'ornla and also some from Pennsyl- 'anla. Forty-three numbered the crowd hat attended the Sunday School picnic held at the Eagle Lake State Park FENTON MAN DIES AFTER OPERATION FOR APPENDICITIS Esther Anliker Wed to Elvin Rolf son Last Week in Algona Fenton: Following is the obituary of Edward Rode, who passed away on last Thursday evening following an appendicitis operation which occurred the Monday before. Edward Rode was born July 13, 1889. at Wolhreln Russia, and died at the age of 45 years. He was the second oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Rode. In infancy he was baptized and later confirmed In the Lutheran faith. He Immigrated to America at the acre of 17 years and landed in Canada. ~In 1914 tear Britt last week Tuesday. A deli- I he left Canada and went to Oklaho- lous dinner was enjoyed by everyone, ma, where he worked on a farm He James and races were held In the af- was married to Emilie Schultz in 1924. ternoon. I They moved to a farm near Depew two Wanell Bichele of Chicago came on and a half years ago. He leaves to Tuesday morning on the flyer to spend mourn his loss, his widow, three child- he summer with her grandmother. ren - Adelln. Clarence and Roland, two -Irs, Essie McMahon and family. Joan brothers. William and Ewald of near odden. a cousin from Alfrona. had Fen">n and two sisters, Paulina and been visiting Wanell in Chicago and Susanna both residing in Wisconsin. were held at the St. John Alma Madison of near Fenton left July 4 for a three weeks' visit and sight s-seing trip to include Denver, Colorado, Salt Lake City, Yellowstone Park and the Black Hills In South Dakota. Her uncle, Lars Swenson of Algona, accompanied her. Florence and Donald Welsbrod returned last week Monday evening (from Des MoAnes where the latter went for a. clinical examination. On Tuesday the former left, accompanied by Lou Bassett, of Sheldon, for a trip to the Atlantic coast. They are making the trip in the letter's car. Frances Bailey leaves this week on Wednesday and will join a group of friends, two former fellow teachers of Britt, Lucille Nelson of McCallsburg, and Mildred Schmidt of Minneapolis and lone Lease of Spirit Lake on a trip to the east coast. They will take the northern route as they go. Mr and Mrs. Oscar Laage and their daughter. Mae, and Mrs. A. C. Laage and son, Clarence of Brooten, Minnesota, came Saturday for an over Sunday visit at the C. F. c. Lange. J. A. Schwartz and O. J. Ranney homes. E. A. E. Laage who has spent the past three weeks here, accompanied them on their return. WHI1TEMORE FAMILY HOLD REUNION Whittemore: The Kasehmitter family held a reunion at the August Elbert home Sunday. Those present were: the August Elberts, Fred Kollaschs, O. J. Kaschmitters, Richard Kaschmlt- ters of Whittemore; Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Brolch and family of Adrian, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brehmer of Wilmot, Minn., Mrs. Frank Sprute and son, Oswego, Oregon, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kaschmitter and family of Sheldon. (Crowded Out Last Week) Francis Cullen of Chicago is visiting relatives here and at Cylinder. Lester Quinn left for Chicago Saturday, where he will attend the Century of Progress. William and Helen Oliver vfcited relatives and friends at Waseca, Minnesota, over the 4th. (Crowded Out Last Week). Dorcella Jensen is helping at the James Doocy home near Swea City. Victoria Jensen is spending a few days with her friend, Leona Behrends. Bud Smith of Tracy, Minn., Is spending the week at the J. W. Bolllg home. Eldora Struecker is assisting at the Henry Benghoffer home for a few days. Duke Metzger of Algona was at the Clarence Metzger home Thursday evening. John Panser of Estherviile was a caller at the Clarence Metzger home recently. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Metzger visited at the Fred Jensen home Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Don Turner of Curlew were Sunday guests at the John Saunders home. Ralph Prahl of Rock Rapids Is vis- An interesting meeting of the Inde- been on the sick list this week, pendence township farm burenu work- Mrs. Chan Dailey and son. Jimmy of ers was held by the school districts No. Bellevue is spending this week visiting he Bhs schoo! Frltla y her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Weir. ' to county, Lawrence Brennen Johnson, president of Dale Alto Catherine K-elso, Beverly Butler, Mrs. itlng for a few days with the C. O. Fred Hedin, Mrs. Frank Seeley have Bailey family. Harriet Olson Is staying with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Olson near Ringsted. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Flalg and their children spent Monday evening at the J. W. Bollig home. Franz, I Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bollig and daugh- Kuecker of Ames ter, Maxin? and son, Howard were dau * hter ' Judge Fancher will announce a decision later. H. Harvey Duane of near Ban- , «,„,-„_„, _, . . croft attended Sunday School nnd ?,,!>,» Bur ; al *« made in ttte church services here Sunday morning ljUtneran cemetery north of town, and were dinner guests at the home I .-m, „ .of her mother. Mrs. Sarah Wise and AMffltw-RoIfcon family. In the afternoon all drove to One of our merchants. Elvin Rolf West Bend to see the grotto. The so", son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Holfson Stevens were also supper guests at of Oraettinger, was married last week Of I the home of the Harvey Stevens. r = Mr - Mrs. Orvllle Saturday with her Mrs, Otto Newman. Mrs. James Brophy and her mother, ITS. Mary Newman were Friday afternoon visitors at the home of Mrs W C. Taylor. Monday to Esther Anliker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Anlik-er of West Bend at Algona. The couple are now on a honeymoon trip at Yellowstone park. Mr. Rolfson "and partner, | Arthur Jensen have run a general store here for a littl-f over a year. We un- 2£. •51^; ^^S? 1 J* *?": I ^^leld^lor^Tens^n anT^N FENTON NEWS Rev. and Mrs. I. C. McNulty of strong were called to Cedar Falls last stad store in West Bend for the pre- Wesley were Friday afternoon visitors ™* *>? "* MrtowUlew of V}ol< * st the horn? of Mrs. Ida May Harris BIakefleld . and daughter, Marie. Jessie, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Aman, is visiting this week with her aunt, Jeannette and little cousin, chloe of Boone. Sites Adah Simpson of Wesley spent Thursday, Friday and Saturday visit- Ing with her friend, Marie Harris. She returned home Saturday evening. Doris Yvonne Phillips, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Phillips of Wesey is visiting tills week with her grandmother, Mrs. Sarah wise and family. Mrs. Eva Fennewald of Dubuque came last week for an indefinite visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm Klrschbaum. Mrs. Fennrwald is a Rister of Mr. Kirschbaum. Mrs. Sarah Wise, daughter Nell and little granddaughter, Doris Yvonne Phillips were Saturday evening supper guests in Britt at the home of her of Mrs. Johnson, following^ an operation for appendicitis. [ are former Dickey and Norman Wilberg of Ringsted are spending a few days at the homes of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. C. Laage and Mrs. J. A. Schwartz, their aunt, while their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hans Wilberg are visiting Mr Wilberg's sisters, Mrs Clarence Anderson and Mrs. A. E. Eisenschmidt and families at Dubuque. Dr. J. A. Mueller took a patient, Bernard Leeper of Lone Rock, to the hospital at Iowa City Monday. Mrs. Mueller and baby Virginia Ruth, accompanied him as far as Reinbeck and re- Shower for Conple A dance and gift shower was givn last Thursday evening at Falrville in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Weisbrod. About 75 guests were present. Mrs. Weisbrod was again honored on Saturday evening with a similar shower by the wom-?n of the Methodist church congregation and community, at the church parlor. They were the recipients of many beautiful and useful gifts on both occasions. The couple were secretly married June 14 at Lakeflejd, Minnesota. Lance Reibhoff of Burt has taken John Espe's place on the section here. mained there for a two weeks' visit I The Legion and Auxiliary plan to with relatives. He was also accompanied by Martin Pert!, a last year'.s student at the Iowa University, who visited .schoolmates there in the'mean- time. They returned home th; same evening. My Watch Has Stopped. Why? Very i'e\v people who own watches understand the delicacy and intricacy of a watch movement. Tin; balance wheel of your watch revolves 18,000 times, every hour, 1.77,i;«0,000 times a year. If this wheel were rolling in one direction, it would Travel nearly 4,000 miles in one year. You change the oil in your auto every thousand miles. Why not oil your watch every i'our thousand miles V Watch repairing is our business and we give careful painstaking attention to it. We also repair •.'locks of all kids and pive .special attention to electric. In every case we guarantee satisfaction at moderate prices. Wehl Diamonds Watches Jewelry Silverware Jewelry Store Fine of all Ph. 240 Kinds hold their annual picnic at TutUe Lake Sunday, July 22. . county 4-H clubs gave Interesting talks MT - and , along their lines of work. A clever J vlslted a few days with the former's J Fairmont shoppers Friday. pantomime was given by the following Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kuecker. | Mr . and j^g darence Metzger spen members of the 4-H club. Hilbert Han- Mr. and Mrs. Jake Hartman are the Sunday at the Duke Metzger and Hen telman, Phyllis and Men-It Giffen. parents of a baby boy born Friday, ry Shick home at Algona Arnold Anderson of Seattle, Wash-* Ington, who is visiting friends and relatives here, went to Davenport to visit his brother, Saturday. Wayne Christensen of Ringsted, Dennis Hoene, James Johnson attended a birthday party on Kennebh Bolllg on Saturday afternoon. He was 14 years old. The L. B. Anderson family, the Raymond Anderson family and the R. E. Saunders family enjoyed a picnic dinner the 4th at the L. B. Anderson home. J. W. Bollig and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kennedy and children went to Tracy, Minnesota. They returned home Sunday but Mrs. Kennedy remained for a week's visit. Mr. and Mrs. Will Saunders and daughter, Janet of Mendota, 111., and Mrs. Charles Baker and Helen Sklll- ing of Bancroft visited Friday evening at the R. E. Saunders home. Day on the Farm." The group enjoyed a wiener roast after the program. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Keilly and two I Ing at "the Oie"bf tedahThome daughters of Milwaukee are visiting LOTTS CREEK NEWS Many people In this community have been suffering from the flu the past week. Ohm ha the past week. Esther Schmiel spent the week Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Sylvester, son, fa *JjL spent^und^afte^on^t ° n an d daughter, Luella of Sioux City H enr? SchradeV honfe n P ar R??^t spent the 4th with Mr. and Mrs. Will ,, ocnraaer home near Ringsted. Hlgglns and family. T MT - and Mr s. Smith Denton and son Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Weir, Mrs. F. C. JST^n^*^^ «?*' a ' Dailey, son Jimmy and Blllie Little- »«nton home at Wilmar. Minn. ton vlsi ted relatives at Manson and , Mr - a nd Mrs. Henry Kueck and fam- ,t the home of M^ and Mrs A! ly- »«*weU City, Sunday. ~ Jly visited at the Walter T^om^on ns in Algona. ' Mrs. M. J. Connors of Milwaukee , me n<;ar Lone Rock Sunday even- Mrs. Arthur Zumach entertained a *l no £?* J? sen , visltln B her daughter, ng umber of relatives and friends at her Mrs ' Tim ° Brlen the past mo " th - left Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lampe, Dorothy ome on Friday evening in honor of Lawler Saturday night. and Edward of Bancroft visited Sun- •er birthday. T. A. Swanson left for Chicago Frl- da y afternoon at th* Fred Jensen Johanna Fiene accompanied the ' day evcnln B wher « he will visit his | h °nie. Frank Thorpe family of AJgona tof°"' Swns ° n and and Mrs. R. E. Saunders, Julia and Rus' . f . . . , ua Okoboji where they will spend also attend the Century of Progress. „.„, and Mr and Mrs ' John " bout a week. Mrs. Oscar Kbhlwes and threte to o ftern °° n - Children of Austin, Minnesota, visited t the John Kohlwes home a few days he past week. Rev. and Mrs. Fiene and Mr. and 'Irs. Wm. Fuerstenau and family vis- ed at the W. H. Meyer home last Vednesday evening. Dorothy Wichtendahl. attended a lawn party at the home of Ruth Fcnt °" wa BITZ HOTEL ^ Minneapolis Newest J^reproof Hotel Paul Eigler has accepted a posithn with the Johnson drug company at Es- thcrville. His duties began last we k Monday. R. C. Goetech and H. C. Linds-y attended a meeting of Chevrolet dealers and .salesmen at Spencer last week on Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. George Gcrtsch and Frank Bailey nnd daughter. Frances were Sunday visitors at the Carl Ebert home in Whittemore. Mury Jan? Eigler Ls enjoying a week';, vi-it from Billy Evelyn'Broo--- <T ciauuhter of Mr. and Mrs Clnr!-"-; Hrok'-r. former Fenton resident-, mw of Ames. James and Love] Hantelnnn -oir nf Wilmar of MiniVMpo'.r, v;.-.ilir.-4 ut th" hninc nf ti <-lr wandpaivm.s, Mr. and Mr.~ Wir-vi Hamelman. Sena Meyer.; and Robert Bri'"-, of Rock. I.siund. 111., and Mr.; Letter Huunlanrt and ;;• n ncharcl of rud- c.lfle were victors at the Samui-1 Skare home rr-c'-mly. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Blcekwonn of Mi" Fairville neighborhood are the parents of an eight and one-half pound b>v since Friday, July 6. They have two daughters also. Harry Frost, a CCC member, statlon- at Decoruh, spent a three day furlough with Fenton friends last week He Ls a former resident of Fenton and hitch hiked hLs way. Wednesday, the party. The Albert Potratz family motored to Fort Dodge last Sunday to visit their daughters. Hilda and Elma who are both employed in the Becker greenhouses there. Mrs. Otto Wlchtendahl. Mrs. Kenneth Bellinger. Mrs. John Gcitzen- nuer nnd daughters, Marie and F.Hher attended the Lutheran Ladies' Aid at West Benci last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Boettch-rr and the formci',s motlirr. Mr.s. August Boettcher arrived home from North Dakota Thursday. Thcv were accompanied by Alma'Boettcher of Alt;on:i wlio Ls n~w visiting at the- home of her grandmother. Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Qstwald arc and son were Fairmont callers Monday the proud parents of twin girls born afternoon. Thursday morning. Mrs. Ostwald was formerly Elizabeth Schaeffer of West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Duffy. Sr, BANCROFT NEWS daughter, Frances and granddaughter, Ruth Ann Duffy of Algona visited Mr. and Mrs. Herman Miller at Mallard Friday. ... wi IVUI-.L Father Edward Fandel returned to There wer« nis nomo at R<msen after enjoying a ten days' vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Fandel. Wm. and Art Fandel took him back. Dr. and Mrs. H. E. Woodward, Marilyn and Nevin and Mrs. Alice Cairy spent Sunday at Clear Lake. Marilyn remained to spend a week at the Episcopal summer camp at that place. Delph Poirot, Mrs. Winters. Mrs. Keene and two nephews of St. Louis, visited a few days with O. A. Poirot and family. The "two ladies and Delph are sisters and brother of O. A. Poirot. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Knschmltter, daughters, Burnita and Jean Marie of Sheldon are .'pending this week with Mrs. K.i.sclimitter's p-i.-«-nt.- Mr. and Mr;. Peter Kollasch and other , UvM •'£ ! John Mo:,buch, Sr., went to Iowa City .-, Friday and returned home Saturday accompany d by Mr.s. Sadie Lceney and teams played last Tuesday night at Ringsted. Fenton lost 8 to 5 anc! von one 10 to 2. On Thursday evening two more games were played here. Mr. and Mrs. Don Allen of Davenport, Florence Kreserisky of Iowa City, Mrs. J. C. Kresc-nskv and Ray Krese risky of Algona visited this w-eek Monday at the W. P. Weistrod home. Elmer, Leo Kramer and Law- renew Glaus, all members of the CCC at Forest City spent Sunday with home folks. Earl Luxenor also a CCC boy from Whittemcre, brought them home. Arthur ron-,' of Blue Earth Minn-iota, .s|x.-nt la/>t, wi*k ut J,,homes of :;is fe-rundparent.-. Mr and Mrs. T. N. MrFali and ills unc!<-. Frank McFall and aunt, Mrs W II Wolfe, ' .' Mrs. Haltie WVLsbrod returned horn-.- !a.-t v.'-,.;; iron; a vi-i! with ln-r i' ,'.j"ii- ti-r. Mrs. F. J. Wurrcl and fari.i!v")n Mi.-vjuri ar.d 'in- Harry F;;,-.- a t Council Biulfs ai.d the Jn;v Wo,,.'s ;.t G . ;iTie. ' ^ c I)-..; M(,in- Mr. 'tr.,i Mi.-,. ,;.,, M Dane* >M| SPANISH VTLLAQE (QNVLNIf'Nr-lO EVERYTHING Mi.s. Anna Ui-oiiu- and cu.i^ht, r Mr.-. Walter Bk-ich aihi Mr.,. J. c. Kri-.x'iihky <jl Alyona v:.-t-. u la.-L \\-.-i-k TuL-.-.ciay with Mr.s. Hrrman Uuut/.e. Thtr fomitr reinaii.ed hcjx- lor a longer \osit. Mr.s. Ora Turner v Lolling here from Lxxs Angeles, Calnornia, uuci Fraiic-Jti Bailey viiittd this week Tuesday with Mj-.s. Kalph Stuinbo neur Rcawick. Tile Uu'ee were old ^diooi uiatty of tVntAii high bcliool. Mrs. Cilris Haaso and children Pearl ann Clifford ami Mr.-:. Herman Cade uud children drove to WooLstock la.,t v,tek Wednesday to j,p-.-nd tile day w.Ui Uie former's son. Gk-un and family Pfurl rc-maLiicd tii-.-ix- for a ten davj' visit. 1'ixe Women's Foreign Missionary 4,0- cicLy mt-t la^t Tiiiirsday aiu-riiuuji n. tilt.- Methodist chiuch parlor with Mrs. A. H. Meyer and Mrs. Kluicr WcLi- brod liuotL-^co. Tii-- U-aUiiiuj caJiule light icrvicc wai a pjj't of tiie pro- gl'UJJl. OvOvOOvOOOOOOOOOOOOOOvOOC":"' (Crowded Out La.-:t Week) Mr. ar.d Mr.s. Jake Grethan and dauyhtrr. of Mallartt were vi.siting at the Jolm Wiiliam.s home Sunday. MLs.s Oljja ELsbccker returned to her duties h;.st Tr.ur.sday in Carroll after spending a week at her home here. Charlvs Quinn is janitor at the St John's church during the absence of Mark Dyer, who U on his vacation. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Davis drove to Di-'S Moines last Friday evening on business. They remained ther.> over Sunday. i Melvin Ditsworth Is now owner of j the Armour produce staition having purchased it last week from Carlyle Johnson. Lawrence Becker, youngest son of Mrs. Peter Becker Ls now emoloyf-U in the Bancroft Bakery. His duties begun last week. Mary Kramer, R. N., from Sioux City is enjoying a two wteks' vacation with hei parents, Mr. and Mr.s. Joe Kramer. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Saurder.; and 'wo children from Mt-ndota are ipi-nding :i few weeks at the home of Mr and Mi>.. Frank Schemmtl. Mrs. W. A. Murray and cluldre-n and M:.vs LtMjnj, Sc-hneider reiurned from Burlington utter spending a week l:.<-re wiUi Mi', and Mrs. Arnold Dei-" t nug. Mr. and Mr.;. Fj-.-d Btcker and tr.oir (iauyhti r. Barbara Jean oi Mason City ar.- hi).'iui,i!!; tin.; \\i-.-k at tlu-ir re.s- i/eii-.e home.,, Mrs. Peter Becker arid Fui;k Lappe. ^Jjmi.s Kin drov,- to Air<-s on .Saturti;i.y ai^l iji'(.>tiier, Hhiijp. c;.'i.f iiijim.- uiih l::m lor t!;e w;'.-: end at h'j.i..; of lu.s iiaivnu, .Mr. and Mr.-,. J. II. hili,, rid.ui. -Mr.-. Kd Ki'in: • dy, | Kluii:'- K-.-imetiy and grand, on Ki ni.etiy from Hutchins<jii, Minn., lia'.e U-en vkitinjj at tin: Ainbroaf K. i.ui.dy and Mr 0 . Kva Kennedy home the Jjdiit Wtl'k. .Mr. ana Mrs. Gto. Carmt-an and Alii. Maymu Baker leio last, Saturday ior Lt-L.n, the hon.L- of Mrs. Baker and remained until Monday. Mrs. Bak.:r accompanied the Caniicans on their trip tu California. Mrs. Bridget Quinn and son, Father Robert Quinn, home lor a few days' vLsit, drove with them as far as Rockwell Cliy where Father Quinn is assistant. F. H. Davis has been appointed as name warden for the c-ity of New Hampton. He wUl have charge of three counties. For ovx-r the past two years, Mr. Uavis has Lxen employed, m the Utitt-rijig Gajagt/, liavuig caaie here Jrom Iitonka. Durirg hk, ihort stay liL-i-f, lie has made many frier.ojj. and all who know i : uii M-*ak highly of nun. He hiu, a pleasii.,' oeraoilailty and a ready t.aiic fur everyone. Ml and Mrs. Davis U-ft Tu«axlay for New Hamjjtojj to take uij the new duties. daughters. Wilma and Norma, who will vUit relatives and friends n couple of weeks. Billle nnd Rosalia Higglns went to S.oux City Sunday. Th--y were accom- panted far as LeMars with Mary Anita Cairy and Mary Corrinne Fleming who will visit at tile Roy Oliver home. Mr. and Mr.s. August SchattschneMer received word from Davenport that twin babies, a boy and a girl, were born to Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Wills. Mrs. Wills was Meta Schattschneider before her marriage. Nick Goerger of Wlndmere, North Dakota, visited his sister, Mrs. Tom Weir and family. On Monday he left for home accompanied by Mrs. Weir and daughters. Thomasine and Rose Mary, who will visit for a time with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. Marte. son, Otto, and Virginia Marsh of Easton, Minn., visited Wednesday and Thursday with the John Marte and B. J. Elbert fam- lies. Rose Mary Elbert, who has spent the past five we-;ka in Minnesota returned home with them. John Merrill and Walter Williams returned from northern Minnesota after a week's fishing. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Christensen of Ringsted were Sunday visitors at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs Ed Campbell. "NOW we CM count oar chickens before they an hatched!" "Stace oar hens hare bad thte minny, dry, rat-proof hooaa we am almoat able to tell die number of eggs that will hatch. FU admit that chicken raising was drudgery far me before Steve built tbJ> modem house with concrete floor and lower walls. "Nodoe how firmly the house rests on the solid termite-proof foundation. It's die kind of construction that lasts and that needs little or no repairs.'' SUGGESTIONS FMDK W.T1 fbdhf ofiet pooled •ofgndon tm •11 tjftf ol beta* or turn umrtmm wfefaoot F. S. Norton & Son The Horn? Phone 229 of Building Material Algona Make Mine "Taylor Made" ICE CREAM There's nothing that tastes so good on a hot day as a cone or a sundae made with that good Taylor Made Tee Cream. Made of pure rich cream and the very best ,,f natural flavorings, Taylor Made is all a line ice cream should be. At all the better soda fountains—for home deliveries call 270. Algona Ice Cream & Candy Factory Creamery Butter, Ib 25c CUT RATE Grocery RODEO VALUES Thursday, Friday, Saturday New Potatoes peck at 4-S:"AVd BROOM iiiHit hi- replaced this pi-ice ____ 4u ib. sack- Fireplace Flour 1.65 A real buv Sugar, 10 Ibs. O!d Fathi r.eri COFFEE :J lb,s. 55c, one pound 19c 52c Corn Flakes, 3 for 29c No. 10 Fruit Bed Cherries 49c Bartlett Pears 39c Blk Raspberries ___58c Prunes 35c Pineapple, cr. 58c Apricots 49c Peaches 43c Picnic Hams A fresh barrel on hand to be sold at lOc ib. Summer Sausage OC best grade, 2 lb.s._ t) * JC Peas, Corn, 2 No. 2 caas Peaches Pvar* Apricots Prunes No. 2V. Rice Pops Puffed Wheat Bran Flakes Whole Wheat Plaices 9c PEACHES, tor canning^ not over 98c crate—maybe less Pilgrim Cookies, 4 dozen 'Busiest Little Store in Town'

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