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The Algona Upper Des Moines, AJgona, Iowa, July 26,1934 THREE INJURIES TO WONKA MEN; YOUTH HURT DIVING AT SAND PIT Section Foreman Crushes Finger; Man Breaks Leg in Upset Tltonka: Arlo Larson, son of Mr. and Mi*. L. B. Itoraon, Suffered a painful Injury to hte neck Friday evening when he dove off a spring board out at the gravel pit. He was taken to Forest city to the Dr. Irish hospital where It was found necessary to put his neck in ajast and to be tapt there for three or four months. Henry H. Meyers, section foreman for the Rock Island crushed the middle finger of his left hand recently. Blood poisoning set in and he was taken to the Irish hospital in Forest Olty. ID was found necessary to amputate the finger. He recently returned from the hospital. Hay Load Upwta Tom Young received a broken leg, Saturday when a load of hay upset. The breaking of the bolster was the cause of the accident. He is able to be •around. T. D. Sletsema is having the Interior of the Beed hardware store redecorated. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Newville spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. o. Newville. Frank Fisher and M. B. Craven were tlshlng near Fairmont the first of the week. They report a fine catch. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Meyers moved from the W. H. Rlcklefs house to the Ed Callles house the first of the week. Mrs. John A. Sleeper and daughter Akn« of Buffalo Center attended the funeral of Grandma Newville here last •week. T. A. Dunmire, who is attending summer school at Cedar Falls spent the past week with his family in Titonka. Mrs. John K. Rlppentrop who was operated on recently is reported get- tine along nicely and expects to be home soon. Archie Cook of Sioux City returned to W« home Sunday evening after spending a week at the Frances and Roy Budlong homes. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Winters of Mason city came Saturday evening to visit with W. J. Denton, Chester Lamoreux, and Dick Harms families. M. C. Craven and son, Melvin secured the contract to wire the new bouse of Hiram Buckholdt on the old Wheeler farm west of town. Henry Gerdes of Woden is building the home. Cowan Sc Son, contractors of Algona replaced a large plate glass window in the Denton drug store last week. The window as insured by the Druggist Mutual Insurance Company of Algona. Faith Paul, Lela Zwiefel, Patty Ball, Harriet Schram, Fern Oestetrreloher, members of the Queen Esther circle returned Friday from a week's outing at Lake Okoboji. Mrs. R. C. Ball chaperoned the girls. Miss Mercedes Sartor, a welfare worker In Chicago, arrived Wednesday morning to visit a week with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. Pierre Sartor, with her brother, Guldo and family and her sister, Mrs. J. E. Bleich and husband. Miss Edith Budlong, who has been spending her three week* vacation with her mother, Mrs. Frances Budlong and her sister, Hazel, who is still a patient at the Kossuth hospital in Algona, re. turned to her work in the bank in Hampton Sunday evening. Mrs. L. B. Larson entertained the Tuesday afternoon bridge club. Mrs. Miller Nelson made high score, Mrs. Wm. Boyken second, Mrs George Bonacker low. Mrs. Miller Nelson. Mrs. Homer Downs and Mrs. Ray Bonacker were guests of the afternoon. A mission festival was held at the Immauel church Sunday. Rev. A. KU- llan, pastor, the Rev. Wm. Urlch of Oaylord, Minn., and Rev. Conrad Buellng off Rookfford, gave the addresses. There were services In English and German. A large crowd was present- Rev', and Mrs. H. W. Schoelein had as "their house guests recently their children, Mr. and Mrs. Will Schoenlein and son, Billy of Detroit, Mr. and Mrs. Sheldahi and son, Duane of Madrid, Iowa, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hof and children, Keith, Ted and Janet of Ames. Mrs. C. V. Pendergast and granddaughter, Betty Kokesh and Verdeen Boyken left Monday morning tor Marietta, Minn., to visit a son, Milton and family, then to Watertown, South Dakbta, to visit a daughter, Mrs. Jackson and husband. Mrs. A. Q. Smith and Miss Marie Chrlsten- 2ou of Lakota accompanied them to Watertown. Trey expect to be gone clwut two wwta. Irvington Vicinity Busy With Harvest Irvington: Many farmers are employing extra help to assist with harvesting. Chas. Qulbertson is at the Frank Kajewskl farm, Melvin Christensen at the C. J. Slljs, Frank Oelgel at his son, Fred, Joe Lage is shocking for Edw. Mawdsley, Bob Oaffney at the Dick Skilllng farm, Mr. and Mrs. Seward Thornton are shocking for Armor Lempke Ed Eggert is at the Cleve Stewarts, Lewis Scheppman is at the Earl Miller farm, Wlfi King is at his son, David, and also Lev Hendron. Some are reporttnfc the oats very good and in other portions there is a possibility of not making more than five bushels per acre. Wilfred Johnson and family are all entertaining a siege of the whooping cough. Little Phyllis Maxwell Is vlkltlng her aunt. Mrs. Zelba Maxwell at Algona this week. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Egel entertained at Sunday dinner for a number of out of town relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Studer and family of Corwith visited Sunday at the O. L. Miller home. Miss Lucille Knoblock of Waterloo Is visiting at the home of her aunt and 300 PRESENT AT WESLEY BANK'S GOLDEN JUBILEE Men and Women Each Receive Souvenirs; Oldest Depositor Present Wesley: Between 200 and 300 patrons and friends greeted the officials of the Exchange State Bank during their open house held Friday in observance of their 50th anniversary in business. The lobby presented a very pretty sight filled with baskets of beautiful cut flowers sent to them by their correspondent banks. Among those present to congratulate Guy M. Bttts, the bank's continuous cashier for the past 60 years, was Nathan Studer, a local man who was the first depositor of the bank in 1884. The commur.ltv trrasped the spirit of the occasion and the event Is one to be long remembered Hotel Is Improved New beds and mattresses, and new carpets for the hallways, were installed this week at the Algona Hotel, Cliff Prane, manager, stated. The entire hotel has been renovated, and new neon signs have also been added to make the entrance more attractive. nt%$y£gy/X/$^^ EXTRA! Fur Coat SALE July 27 & 28 Showing lastest 1934-35 styles in Fur Coats—Jackets and Scarfs. The fine quality Pelts used in MARSHALL & SWIFT Coats speak for themselves. This is the time to make your selection. Mr. Woolworth, Fur Expert, willlidvise you regarding wearing qualities, new styles and any information desired. His honesty and forward way of doing business in our community is unquestioned. You can rely on MARSHALL AND SWIFT for a square deal. Among this luxurious fur display you will tind the following furs— Alaska Seal Beaver Caracul Hudson Seal Raccoon Kid Northern Seal Squirrel Pony Otter Krimmer Muskrat and many others to choose from August Sale Prices . . . Buy Now and Save. THE ELITE SHOP uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Asa. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Weber of the Hanna Switch neighborhood attended the World's Fair at Chicago last week. Jess Bedell of St. Paul visited with friends here last week. Mr. Bedell's old friends always welcome his return visits. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Headley, Mrs. Reaper and her brother, John McH- hattln visited the grotto in West Bend Sunday. Elmer Schumaker of Sandwich ni- ls visiting at the Harold Burtls home and Incidentally helping with the harvesting. The missionary society will meet on Friday afternoon. Mrs. T. Wlckwlre is leader and every lady will take a covered dish. Mr. and Mrs. David King attended the funeral services for Mrs. King's uncle, Henry Simmons, at LuVerne last Sunday. Miss Marjorie Johnson returned on Sunday to her home after a week's visit with her friend. Lucille Cosgrove In the Doan neighborhood. Ray Watson and son Bob left Wednesday evening for San Francisco, Ray to resume his former position and Bob to enter upon his junior year in one of the city high schools. Mrs. Eva Dayton of Brighton, Iowa, visited last week at the Ijpme of her daughter, Mrs. Harvey Seeley. Mrs. Dayton Is better known to older rest- I dents as Mrs. Frank Calry. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Metzen and Mr. and Mrs. John Bockes were guests at the Bob Casey home last Tuesday evening, helping Bob celebrate his birth, day. Qeorga Anne Oelgel entertained the Christian Endeavor society of the Algona Presbyterian church at a lawn party last Wednesday evening. This will be the last social gathering of the season. Ouesta in Irvington Sunday were Unla Thompson and Merrill Parsons at the Maurice Parsons home. Mr. and Mrs. Schumacher at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Elmer Dole and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dye at the Ralph Lage home. Twenty-two ladies of the Irvington Aid society attended the party at the Sexton Uethodict church lait Thursday afternoon given by the Sexton ladles. The Doan, Wesley Methodist and Congregational ladies also enjoyed the courtesy. About one hundred were present. A program was given by the Sexton ladles and lunch was served. Cleve Stewart has been having an unusual amount of misfortune. Wednesday evening one of his good horses died, this making three that Mr. Stewart has lost In a very short time. How. ever, after looking around to purchase a new horse he could not find one to his llklnp;, hence he purchased a tractor which he will use to finish his harvesting. GeorRe Hackman, Jr., arrived home last Thursday evening from Knoxvllle, Tennessee, where he will spend the remainder of his vacation with hts parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Hackman, Sr., on the Airline. After the clos- hiR of the school year he attended summer school at the University of Tennessee, finishing work on his Master's decree. George has completed eiffht years of beaching in the southern city and has been reelected for the coming year. Junior Johnson only son of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Johnson, entertained at a party last Friday afternoon celebrating his fifth birthday. Games furnish. ed the entertainment for the youngsters. Guests were Kenneth, Donald and Phyllis Asa, Jo?. Dorothy and Jean Lase. Bobby Gelgel, Donald and Gerald Miller from the Hanna vicinity with their mother, Mrs. Henry Miller, Mrs. Leslie Marks and James and Donald, also Mrs. Miller's sister, Mrs. Hugh Gordon and Verla Mae Johnson from Wesley, niece of Mrs. Johnson, who Is their house guest. in the activities of the bank. Among O. C. out of town guests were W. Bagley and Carl A Parker of the First National Bank of Mason City. The lady visitors were given beautiful hot house roses while the men were uresented with souvenir pocket hooks. Mr. Butts is assisted in the bank by John Hutchison, who has been with the Institution since 1913. and by Florence Hanson, a local girl. rie. Miss Evelyn Haynes cared for Grandma McCutchin during their absence. Mr. and Mrs. James Gesme and Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson of Mt. Horeb, Wisconsin, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Oes- me and son Keith of Lake Mills, were guests at the home of their relatives, Mrs. L. L. Lease, Thursday of last week. Mrs. Forrest Putney of Denver Colorado, returned to her home Thursday night following a week's visit here with icr mother. Mrs. Jacob Johnson and sisters, Mrs. J. L. Haverly <»nd Mrs. K. J. J. Ferguson and Mrs. Will Becker of AlRona. The Misses Mat>el Kent Erma Ward, Iva May Ward, Frances, Louise, Lew- Ine and Mary Agnes Kunz and Opal Sturdtvant left Sunday for Clear Lake where they will occupy a cottage a block from the Surf ballroom during this week. The girls plan for a very good tune which they will surely have, without saying. The A. E. Giddings home is enjoying a visit from their children who are spending parts of their summer vacation here with home folios. A daughter, Mrs. Wayne Swinton and son who is four years old, have been here for two weeks and was joined by Mr. Swinton Thursday of last week. He is employed at Galesburg, Illinois, where he. Vs an instructor in the schools there. Mrs. DeSpence Bentley and daughter, Atdis Rose of Sir* mlngham, Georgia, have been here for the past month and expect to be joined the latter part of this month bv Mr. Bentley who will come for them In their car. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Olddlngs and family spent a week at home until Friday morning when they went on to Hayti South Dakota. LAKOTA NEWS Miss Ruth Rasmussen of Forest City spent from Tuesday until Sunday visiting her cousin, Miss Ethel Braley. Mr. and Mr,s. Max Studer and their children of Mason City were Sunday guests at the home of her brother E. M. Studer. Miss Ann Rlchter underwent an operation at the Kossuth hospital at Algona last week Tuesday. She is coming along nicely. Miss Katie Eden spent the past two weeks at Clear Late aaddttng tftie Tom Nelsons in getting settled In their newly purchased home In the northern part of that city. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Seefeld and two daughters returned here Thursday morning from Chicago where they had been for several days In attendance at the Century of Progress. R. C. Bauer is nursing an Injured hand since Saturday when in the act of repairing a binder sickle, spring slipped which pierced the palm of his ""; hand. Several stitches were tak- len. Mrs. Leo Reno and daughter Carol Darlene returned home Saturday night from Algona where she had been visit. Ing at the home of her brother Vincent Kleinpeter since Wednesday night. Mrs. Islah Price and son, Walter Kline of Bourbon, Indiana, ylslted here from Thursday until Tuesday af the home of her niece, Mrs. P. C. Haynes. They departed for Blatrsburg, Iowa, on Tuesday. The ball game played on the local diamond Sunday between Garner and Wesley ended with a score of 10 to 7 In favor of the Wesley team. Both sides made a lot of errors, but proved Interesting lust the same. Miss Irene Haynes, student nurse afternoon with home folks. Miss Het- at the Mercy hospital spent Sunday ty Rlchter. student at the Hamilton Business College at Mason City spen the week end here with her parent? Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kunz drove to Minneapolis and St. Paul Saturday evening and visited with their son Clare and wife and daughter, Ivyl My- CAMPAIGN ON FOR ALCOHOL-GASOLINE The I. E. Wortman family were Al- visitors last Wednesday. Miss Hulva Sanden visited a few days at Lake Mills the past week. John and Don Wortman were on the sick list several days the past week. Miss Srnrn Weed of Lake Mills was an over Sunday guest of friends here. Rev. A. P. Boese and family were Albert Lea visitors last week Thursday. The Ed Looft and 8. P. Powers families spent Sunday afternoon at Algona. The young people of the Lutheran Legaue spent Sunday at the park at Interlafcen. There are four wedding reported to take place In this vicinity in the very near future. Mrs. Peter Bruer and Mrs. Wade Ball were Buffalo Center visitors one day last week. The nt Jager family of St. Paul were here for a few days' visit at the parental Fred Jager home. Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Torino of near Armstrong were visiting with relatives here last Saturday evening. Mrs. J. A. Barger spent a few days last week visiting at the home of her daughter Mrs. Knoner at Ledyard. The E. J. Woodworth family left on Sunday for a two weeks' stay at a cottage In the vicinity of Spirit Lake. E. H. Brese came up from Cedar Falls on Monday, to look after shelling the corn on his farm west of town. The Presbyterian Ladles Aid will hold! an toe cream social on main street at the library Saturday night. Mrs. Erwin Scnwletert of Burt visited a few days the past week at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Baum. Martin Becker was taken to the hospital at Buffalo Center one evening last week where he was operated on for appendicitis. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Hart and daughter. Antoinette and Mrs. Hart's mother, Mrs. Mary Segar, of Bancroft were callers at the Wade Ball home Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Alvtn Flower and little daughter of Garden Junction, spent several days here the past week visiting old friends. Mrs. Flower before her marriage was Beulah Bell. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bruer had M dinner guests Sunday, the HaroW and Fred Madtske families of Elmore, and the Peter Bruers of this place. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Wiese and two little sons of Decatur, 111., have been visiting here the past week with Arnold's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wiese and other relatives in this vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. August Outknecht and daughters Emma and Lena and Misa Henrietta Klelst drove to Garner last Friday and visited at the Henry Schmidt home. Miss Klelst remained there for a short time before returning to Dubuque where she now lives at Bethany Home. The Misses Emma and Lena spent part of the day at Mason City. H. W, POST Dray and Tranfer Storage of all kinds. Long distance hauling. Every load Insured against loss or damage. Equipped to do all kind* of draylng and hauling. tt-tf Recently as Ames, farmers and other business men organized the Agricultural Power Alcohol Association of Iowa and Incorporated a non-profit association. B. T. Haulman of Ankeny, Is president; F. W. Hanna, Ankeny, vlfce president, and Paul T. Beardsley, Sioux 7lty, secretary-treasurer. The purpose of the organization is to in some way get the surplus farm crops used up by making them Into motor fuel to be blended with gasoline so that farming and agriculture will be a safe and dependable business, as it was before the motor age. This organization will carry on education demonstrations so that people will have a first hand opportunity to know the facts about agricultural power alcohol, gasoline blends. This will help the present oil companies, because with Increased buying power the farms and all America will have something to pay for gasoline with—cash, alcohol- gas advocates state. Water Heaters Coal, Gaaellne or Oil Complete Service in Repairing or f Installation of Plumbing, Heat- •'. ing or Sheet Metal is postlblc £ with our stock Also Pump Work Holtzbauer Tin Shop Phone 83 117 S. Dodge Uti-tf '.• Before Cold Weather —Look at Your Roof I Dorit Vet the first chill soell catch you unawares. Sound rooting is vital to health and com- jforti—ptotects your home 'and your Investment. Now—while the weather is still pleasant— let us look at your roof and be safe I ' mmam Botsford Lumber Co. 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Stevrti near Bancroft. The Sexton Ladies' Aid entertained Ilia ladie^ of the Wesley M. E. and Congregational, Irvinglon and Duan churches at a Guesi Uay laot we.k Thursday utttruoon. Mr. and Mrs. Jonu V. Hull and iwo little iuiu, Lyle and Eugene and Win. j Hull' were Sunday evening visitors at ; the hou.e of Mrs. Hull's uncU-, Mr. and • Airs'. Harvey Crouch and laimly in Al- Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Eiscna;an anil j -UK.S. Wnlaul and CKU were ounuav dinner guests at the hoin-.- ot iheir, daughter Mr. and Mia. AuKu.->t Kir.-eh- buuni and family. The Eiaeiiiiianiu i live northeast of Britt. ' Mr. and Mi's. Henry Phillips and ' t'v-ur children ol Wesley and Mia Sarah Wis.-. son Herman and Mi'j. ] Urusilla Noble, all enjoyed a picnic tanner at the Call Stale Park near j Algona Sunday alleinoun. , Even HodKin, who is attending sum- '• mer school at Cedar Fails spent the week end with his wile, Mrs. Evert i Hodgiu, al the home of her par nu. j Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven north uf i town. Mrs. HodKin look him as far as Clear Lake Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Plumb and their children of Sexton, Mr. and Mrs. Chad. Plub and two children oi Dowaeds Grove, III., and Mr. and Mrs. WalUr Pluinb of Lisle. Ill , all drove 10 Crva- tal Lake Sunday and enjoyed the day pfcsulckiug. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Pluinb and two children of DJwners ChttJlfts. If you pay more than 26c a quart today for motor oil you are simply throwing good money away. For that's the price of Iso=Via "D" — Standard's premium motor oil. It l» the most advanced development in motor lubrication ... for the patented Propane Dewaxing and Chlorex Extraction Process have given it this unique quality: it will not sliulga under the hardest, hottest driving. Sludgo causes Htuck rings, one of the great causes of high oil ccmsum/Uiori. In addition, Iso=Vi8 "D" does not thin out dangerously in contact with hot engine surfaces. Take a look at Iao=Vis "D" next time you stop in a Standard Oil Station. 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