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The Algnna Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Aug. 2, 1934 Jtrma Qrelner, bookkeeper at the I Another son, Jerry K., was bom to -eder8_Company, spent Thursday in Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Samp, Satur- Mason City visiting with friends. JMr. and Mrs. Mais- Larson fcpent .^unday In Fairmont with their daughter, Mrs. Lou Dailey and family. . Mr. and Mrs. c. E. Roupe are spending this week at Cedar Rapids with their son, A. W. Roupe and family. James Bishop and Harlan Slgsbee left for Chicago Saturday for a three or four day visit at the World's Fair. Mr. and Mrs. Verne Pratt and family of West Union were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pratt over the week •end. Elizabeth Schoby of Mason City has teen a visitor at the home of her grandmother, Mrs. R. E. Brown since Monday. Lulu and Mabel Kohl, Bernlce Storm and Segrld Strom left Sunday and are -spending this week In a cottage at Lake Okobojl. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Loveall of Graettnger visited Mr. and Mrs. Bert Deal Sunday. Mrs. Loveall and Mrs. Deal are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Stlllman returned Monday evening after a ten day trip through the Black Hills, Yellowstone Park and Denver. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Erickson and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Spilles and their •daughter. Arlene, drove to Spirit Lake Sunday and spent the day. Matt Lamuth returned Saturday , day morning at the Kossuth hospital. The child weighed eight pounds. The Samps have another boy, Dickie Bob. Mrs. Samp is the former Elaine Isaacson. from Rochester where he had gone through the clinic. He had been absent from the city for a week. Rev. and Mrs. R. J. Hoerner and •daughters, Marian and Ruth, left on Tuesday for a two weeks' visit with friends and relatives In Ackley and Dubuque. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Morrison and daughter, Lorraine, and Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Paxson drove Into Chicago Sat- day and visited at the World's Fair a few days. Mrs. Nels Chrlstensen. mother of P. J. Chrlstensen to seriously 111 at this time at her home In Spencer. She has been 111 the past several weeks with heart trouble. Mrs. Grace Blanchard returned on Tuesday evening of last week from 'Fairmont and Winnebago, Minnesota, after spending a week there with friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Deal and children will leave Friday for Clear Lake to attend the painters' picnic which Is «n annual custom. The picnic will last until Sunday evening. Arnold Maxwell of Burdette, Iowa, Joined hto wife at the Russell Maxwell home Friday. Mrs. Maxwell and daughter, Barbara, hav% spent the last two weeks visiting at the Russell Maxwell home. June Adelle Aman left Sunday for Des Moines where she spent the first of the week with her friend, Angle Peterson. The girls were to leave on •Wednesday for Lake Okobojl to spend the rest of the week. • Mr. and Mrs. & H. Krans of Pasadena, California, left Sunday for a month in Chicago where they will attend the World* Fair, after a week's visit t* the boma of Ur. Ktftna'* dater. Mrs. T. H. ChrtochUlea. Mr. and Mn. T. Aulman and two children stopped at the home of Mrs. Au'man's mother, Mrs Ella Laird, on Tuesday, while an their way to their tiome in Des Main••» after spending a month In a cottaa? at I.ake Okobojl. Mrs. Laird spenc the first two weeks of the month wUJi them in their cottage. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Amunsen and children drove to Ellsworth, Iowa, on Sunday and spent the day with Mrs. Amunsen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Reynolds. Bobby and Mary Amun- sen remained and will visit there for two weeks. Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Frost, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Maxwell and son, Bobby, and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Maxwell and daughter, Barbara of Bur- deftte. Iowa, were evening dinner guests at the C. E. Maxwell home at Eagle Grove. Ann Fechner returned Tuesday morning from Chicago where she attended the World's Fair and bought new fall hats for her shop. She visited her brothers, Ed Ostertoauer at Rockford and L. M. at Ottowa, while she was gone. Mary Louise Cliff of Ames arrived here Wednesday evenng of last week and Is visiting at the homes of Joyce Christensen and Gertrude Zender. Mary Louise Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Cliff who lived here until a few years ago. Mary Elizabeth Foster and Ruth Malueg, accompanied by Mrs. L. J. Malueg, teft for Emmetsburg Tuesday where they entertained the Rotarlans at their weekly meeting. Ruth played on her cornet and Mary Elizabeth accompanied her on the piano, i Members of the Waucusta township rural club of Humboldt county enjoyed a picnic Sunday at the Call State park. A large crowd was In attendance. The State Park is proving a popular place for picnics and gatherings during this nice weather. Miss Maude McBroom and Ruth Bishop of Iowa City and Mrs. W. W. Patterson of Louisville, Kentucky, came Saturday to the A. A. Bishop home for a short visit. Mr. and Mrs. Patterson ate dividing their tune this summer between here and their cottage at Lake Okobojl. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Cummings. now of Des Moines, came here Saturday night, Mr. Cummifigg accompanipd B. E. Hilstead, manager of Cummlng's 5c to $1.00 store, to Chicago on a business trip, but Mrs. Cummings 13 visiting here until Thursday (today) with Mrs. H. V. Hull. Mrs. .T. H. Strain and Mr. and Mrs. Ignatius Bestelnlehner and son, Junior, all of Muscatlne, arrived here Saturday' and ore vtoltQpg most of tills week at the Joe Bfestenlehner home and at the Frank Beatenlehner home In Whlttemore. Mrs. Strain to the former Mary Bestenlehner. Mrs. C. B. M. Smith and son, Chas., returned to their home In Des Moines Friday after visiting for a few days here at the W. A. Barry and J. J Holtzbauer homes. Mary Susan Smith remained for a visit with her cousin Rosanne HoltzKauer, until Sunday when she returned home with her parents who drove up after her. Mr. and Mm. Melvin Roupe returned Sunday from Chicago where they attended the World's Fair. They were acompanled by Mr. and Mrs. Ivy Ozman of Leland, and Mrs. Agnes Chrls- tensen of Thompson. Both ladies are sisters of Mrs. Roupe. Enroute home they visited The Dells of Wisconsin and at Tracy, Minnesota, with Mrs. Roupe's sister, Mrs. Joe Saldwell. Mel vln was taking his vacation from the Richardson Furniture store. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Kirsch were business visitors in Des Motn-es last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Homk visited friends and relatives in Fort Dodge Sunday. Betty Merrin of Esthervllle is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Ralph Miller, at the present time. Mr. and Mrs.. Ralph Elbert and Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Hargreaves spent Sunday at Lake Okoboji. Mrs. W. J. Becker spent Sunday at Corwith with her daughter, Mrs. Emory Beaman and family. Mrs. Wade Sullivan Is visiting In Emmetsburg with her mother and other relatives this week. Dr. and Mrs. John Keneflck drove to Rochester, Minnesota, Thursday of last week on a business matter. Bemice Button, her mother and her grandmother. Mrs. Moore, were visitors at Minneapolis, with relatives Sunday. Beth Backus spent the week end In Des Moines visiting her sister, Eleanore and her mother, Mrs. S. J. Backus. Will Roger* at The Call, August 1-2-3 igxaxxfaaxosox!^^ PRICES REDUCED ««on 61 R. C A. Tube Types»» Price reductions range from 5c to $2.50 per tube. i| Insist on RCA Radiotrons for your tube replacements. Holecek Radio Shop 8 aaia®aa&tia^^ Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Erickson will leave Saturday for Minneapolis and will spend the week end there visiting. Herbert French, who Is connected with the Botsford Lumber Company In Mankato, spent Saturday and Sunday here. Mrs. Roy Keen and two children, Richard and Marilyn are spending this week at Lake Ookoboji with Mrs. Mll- on Norton. Mr. and Mrs. Neal Smith were call- rs at th? home of the former's bro- mr, Floyd, near East CJialn, Mia e- ota, Friday. Miss Myrtle Beane of Duluth ar- Ived Wednesday at the E. J. Murtagh iome and will visit Mrs. Murtagh for . week or more. W. J. Becker, Ray Ladendorf and Robert Gronwall, who Is employed at the Elk Cleaners, went fishing south >f Humboldt Sunday. A. H. Stock and daughter. Bernlce, were guests Sunday and Monday at ttie /home of ! ttoi» former 1 !- brother, Walter at Storm Lake. Myra Studer of Rochester was a week end visitor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Wehler. Mrs. Wehler and Myra are cousins. Mrs. Ida Mlnkler, mother of Mrs. H. D. Hutchlns and Mrs. Will Ballev of Marshall, Minnesota, is critically 111 again and entered the Kossuth hospital Friday. Mr. and Mrs. John Isaacson and the atter's mother, Mrs. A. D. Stock vi.*it • ed at the Dave Goage home In Biltt ast week. Mrs. Gouge is a daughter of Mrs. Stock. Mrs. F. E. V. Shore and son, Philip of Des Moines returned to their home Sunday afternoon after visiting with Mrs. Shore's sister, Mrs. A. Hutchison, since Thursday. Mrs. J. M. Glasler and daughter, Mary of St. James, Minnesota, visited over the week, end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Dooley. Mrs. Gla- sler to a sister of Mrs. Dooley. Mrs. C. E. Walker has been suffering the past several weeks with a number of painful carbuncles which formed on her head. At present she to recovering and to resting more easily. MTB. Carrie I. Lewis to here from Orange, California, visiting at the home of Mrs. c. R. Lewis, and also with her cousin, Mrs. H. E. Morgan and other relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Kruse, Kathleen Evans and Darlene Kesler of Swea City returned to their homes Sunday after attending the Iowa Baptist Assembly at Iowa Falls the past few weeks. Mrs. Andrew Larson, mother of Theo. Larson, has been seriously 111 for two weeks. Gertrude Farrell of Whlttemore Is the nurse In charge. Mrs. Larson to being taken care of at the home of her son. Rev. and Mrs. C. Paul Carlcon and sen. Junior, left Monday for a laks near Il«'rtfleld, Minnesota, w'vxa they will spend the month of August. There will be no preaching during that time at the Presbyterian church. T. H. Thompson of Maryvllle, Missouri, Paul Ward and hto father of St. Joseph, spent Thursday with Mr. Thompson's sister, Mrs. R. A. Evans. The group were on their way home! after fishing at Leech Lake, Minnesota. Mrs. J. W. Carmichapi of Liberty- Miss Irene Lamuth of Fort Dodga vllle. Iowa, has been spending two spent Sunday with her parents. Mr. weeks with the Louis Duttoas living and Mrs. John Lamuth. Miss Lamuth, southwest of Algona and the W. Ai who to cashier for the Brady Transfer Co.. will be^in her vacation Friday of HIS WIFE WANTS HIM TO PL A Y. A ND HE DOES I —Will-Rogers as he appears ini"Mandjf, Andy" with (Jon-; fhita Montenegro' Rev. P. J. Braner preached In the Lutheran church at Garner last Sunday. Forrest Twogrood left last week for Toledo, Ohio, to investigate the base- baJl situation. Rev. I. G. Ktlzman of West Bend called at the Trinity Lutheran parsonage Monday. Margaret Habeger has been confined to her bed and has been quite ill since Friday. She Is improving, however, at this time. Howard Vinson, city mall carrier, was confined to his home Monday, ill with stomach trouble. He was able to go on his route Tuesday, however. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hintz, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Llesener and Mrs. Emllle Kahn motored to Grafton, Iowa, last Sunday to visit friends and relatives. Thelma Byvanks of Minneapolis was a guest at the Otto Knutsen home for several days last week. Kenneth Knutsen drove her to Minneapolis on Sunday. DruslUa Coughlln has resigned her position at Peterson's Studio and her place has been taken by Mrs. Loreen Simmons, who began her work last Thursday. Gertrude Fleming of Forest City came Tuesday of last week and visited several days at the F. W. Dlngley Miss Fleming formerly lived Mr. and Mrs. Will Ba'.'.c." and two daughters of Marshall, Minnesota, came Sunday for a visit at the H. D. Hutchlns home, Mr. Bailey returned to hto home Monday but the rest of the family will make a long«r visit | here. Rice 3 Ibs. 13c Cut-Rate Grocery WEEK END SPECIALS NAVY Beans 31bs. 13c SUGAR 10 Ibs. - - 54c 1 Corn Flakes I Puffed \Vlu-at 1 Bran Flakes 25c 1 can ( 'urn 1 ran P.-ns 1 can Pumpkin Of* /»)£ ™ v ^» SOAP CHIPS, 5 Ib. pkg. 29c Oil Sardines, 2 for -9c Jell Powder, 6 for 25c Macaroni, 2 Ibs. ___ 19c Preserves, 2 Ib jar 23c Oval Sardines, 2 for 19c Corn, No. 2, 2 for __ 19c Eaisins, 4 Ibs. 28c Spaghetti, 2 Ibs. _—19c Mustard, qt. jar 15c Cake Flour 24e Coffee, Ib. 19c Salt, 10 Ib. sack __23c Hardw'r soap 4 bars 19c Catsup, 14 oz. 15c .Cocoa, 1 Ib. 12c Blk. Pepper, % Ib. _17c FLOUR, guaranteed, 49 Ib. bag $1.68 JAR LIDS, Mason Zinc, doz. - JAE RUBBERS, 1A ;-{ (lozell 1VL 'Busiest Little Store iu Town." Mr. and Mrs. Campbell Humphrey of Chicago came Sunday for a visit at the home of Mrs. Humphrey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Taylor. Mr. Humphrey returned to Chicago Tuesday but Mrs. Humphrey remained for a two weeks' visit. Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson and family w-ent to Chicago Tuesday to attend the World's Fair. They will visit Mr. Johnson's three sisters, who Hv» in Bvanston. Lee Green Is looking after Mr. Johnson's shoe repair she*.) during his absence. Mrs. Fred Pike and son. Dick, of Clinton, Iowa, arrived Sattifdsvy at the Antone Didrickseii home and are making a visit there. Mrs. Pike is the former Ruth Spooner who taught at Lone Rock for a number of years prior to her marriage. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Joynt and family, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Blilfy and family drove to Mallard Sunday and enjoyed a pionic with Mrs. Joynt'.-> parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Randi-r.-, and her brothers, Henry and Ed Blinders and ihfir families. Wallace Evan.', of Wyinun. Town, visited his parents, Dr. and Mrs. R. A. Kvam Saturday ami Sunday. He \vii--. accompanied by William Dunn. JI->|».- Hewstrojn of Cruvvfor<'.,vill-.- and Ms.-..-, Ku'hi-rtont of Gniini'll who w,'-t on t> Spirit Lake lor ihe wt-ok i-nd. Donna Mohoney returned from Chicago Sunday inorni'ig win re .•-lie had tpent sewn weeks vkitinu relative^ and attending the World's Fair. Si.e was entertained at a birthday pparty the Saturday evening before .slu- lef. by htr couain, Mrs. A. W. Faulkner. Anna Buss and her mother, Mr.>. D J. Buss and niece, Delores Buv* «i Lone Rock visited from Thursday until Sunday at Sibley. Anna v,iu> having her vacation from the Iowa State Bank. She had spent the fore part of the week in Chicago attending the World's Pair. Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Hull and their daughter. Putricia, drove to De6 Moln- ea last Wednesday whore Mi 1 . Hull's mother Is ill in a hospital. Mr. Hull returned that some day bui Mrs. Hull and daughter remained until Saturday. Mr. Hull's mother waa somewhat improved in health when the Mrs. Hull returned to Algona. { Bob Williams spent last week in Mason City and Clear Lake with friends and relatives. Bob. who is employee in the Hub Clothing store, was taking his vacation. EU«n Long, Enrtn Oxley of Des Moines and Prances Riddle of Prairie City, Iowa, returned to their home Sunday after visiting a week at tlto A. L. Long home. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Moore Sr., an Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Moore, Jr., am daughter, Patricia, returned Thursda after vacationing at Cross Lake, Mln nesota, for a week. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Little and daugh ter, Mae, of Humtooldt were dlnne guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. J. W Little. Mr. and Mrs. c. E. Little an parents of J. W. Little. P. J. Chrlstensen and brother, Lou of EsthervlUe went Into Chicago Mon day evening on buying trips for thi Chrlstensen Brothers dry goods store, in Algona and EsthervUie. Mr. and Mrs. Max Bast and daugh ter, Mrs. Ernestine Bast, Miss Alma Bast and Mrs. P. J. Braner attended the mission festival of the Lutheran church at West Bend last Sunday. Buddy Goodnow of Minneapolis is a guest this week at the Dr. L. O. Ba ker home. Buddy Is the son of Mr and Mrs. Donald Ooodnow who were residents here until three or four years ago. Mrs. Carl Strandberg and nephew Howard Snell of Pilot Mound, Iowa visited with relatives and old friend, in Algona last week. They are we] known former Algona residents and re ceived a hearty welcome. Charlotte Solensten of Madella. Mln nesota, Is a guest at the home of he cousin, Mrs. Arlo D. Adams. Mrs. Ad ams brought her to Algona from Ma della Sunday of last week when sh returned from a visit there. Richard Sherman visited his parent; Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Sherman here from Thursday of last week until Monday Richard, who la employed on the edl torial staff of Vanity Fair. Just re turned from a trip taken to Hawaii t gather data for a travel story. He re turned by way of Los Angeles an from there took a plane and stoppe on" at Dts Moines where he was me by his parents. He continued, afte his visit here, to New York, by plan Mrs. Wayman Closson and two boys f Mason City returned to her home 'uesday evening after visiting slnoci unday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, . J. Hertlg. Mr. and Mrs. George Free and their aughter, Suzanne, Mrs. G H. Free, dr. and Mrs. R. L. Duncan, and Mr. nd Mrs. G. D. Stokes spent Sunday t Lake Okobojl. Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Hertlg, Mr. and Sis. Wlllard Gregson and Mr. and «is. Ed Wilklns vacationed Saturday nd Sunday at Clear Lake where they ented a cottage. Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Paxson and son, iharles, and Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Mor- Ison and daughter, Loralne, returned 'uesday evening from Chicago where ley had attended the World's Fair since Saturday. Mrs. Mads Christiansen was taken o Rochester, Minnesota, last Thursday where she entered the Mayo clinic again. She will remain indefinitely, mprovement has been noted in her londition since her arrival there. Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Cogin drove to Rolfe Sunday to hear Dr. Lester of led Oak, a former pastor at Rolfe. From there they went to Bradgat* and spent the rest of the day with Mr. Coffin's mother, Mrs. A. A. Cof- fln. W. E. Laird was taken sick Friday night and has been confined to his >ed since. He expected to get out of bed some time Wednesday. The trip o Clear Lake has been postponed by the Lairds, who expected to leave some time this week. Madonna Qulnn, employed as clerk In the dry goods department of Chrls- chffles A Herbst, 15 taking this week as vacation. Wednesday she left for Woodstock, Minnesota, where she Is spending the test of Ui« week with her slater, Phllomena and brother. Bud. Rev. and Mrs. B. A. Burrows of Dallas Center arrived here Sunday for a visit with the letter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Wright. Bsv. Burrows will vacation during the month of AuguAt and the couple will divide their time among the World's Fair, a sister of Rev. Burrow In Minnesota and here. Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Lalng and Mr. and Mrs. John McDowell left Monday on a trip to Chicago and the World's Fair and other cities. The two couples expect to be gone a week or ten days. Mrs. Ladng's sister, Miss Grace Forsyth of Mason City la staying with the Laing children during their parents' absence. Mrs. William Johannsen of Marshalltown, visited her parents-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johannsen, Sr., over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Johannsen accompanied their daughter- in-law back home where Mrs. Johannsen remained for a few days' visit. She will also visit another son In Charles City before returning here. Melzar Falkenhalner and Gene Murtagh drove to Kansas City recently on business for the Druggists Mutual Insurance Company. They found the country from Des Moines to Kansas City brown and burned up from the terrible heat and drouth. Practically no crops will be raised In that section this season. Northern Iowa may well be thankful as usual. Attorney T. H. McEnroe and daughter Kathryn came from their home at Fargo, North Dakota, last Wednesday for a few days' visit with their many relatives. Tom Is one of the Kossuth county boys who have made a high place for themselves in the world. S.nce leaving Algona many years ago he has become one of the prominent men of North Dakota. Mrs. McEnroe Is a daughter of the late Capt. and Mrs. D. D. Dodge, well known pioneers of this county. Duttons of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Holland and two daughters, and Miss Loda Lubbort of Flatte, South Dakota, called Saturday flt the home of their r.iece, Mrs. W. D. Ringgenbrrg, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Mikk-elson of Boone spent the weeW end nit. tlis home of the letter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Phillips. Mrs. Mikkelson came on Friday and her husband came after her Sunday. Two of the big old elms m the court house yard were being cut down the first of the week by Charley Walker. The trees were partly dead. Their removal will give two small hard mnples a chance to branch out and develop. Mr. and Mrs. Chester W. of New York City arrived Wednesday evening for a visit of a few flays with Mrs. Klngsley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Sherman. Mrs. Kingsley was the former Dorothy Sherman before her marriage. Mrs. Louis Keck of St. Paul Is hero visiting Mrs. Ethel Morrison this A. E. Anderson and Mrs. Morrison drove to St. Paul after her Sunday. Th™ Kecks lived In Algona n few years ago, and previous to her marriage Mrs. Keck was employed in Mrs. Morrison's beauty shop. Charles Banwart of Anokft, Minnesota, his sister, Mrs. Barbara B?ntf?os and the letter's daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Boeckholtz and children vLslted Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Banwnrt. Charles Banwart, Mrs. Hentges and George Banwart are broITiers and sister. The group went from here to Rodman to visit the John Banwarts. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Re«egute and children of Chicago came here Monday of last week for a visit with the foimer's mother, Mrs. T. H. Holmes Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday ol this week, Mr. and Mrs, Ressegute and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Parkins, also of Chicago were at Lake Okobojl for an out- Ing. The Ressegules will leave about Friday of this week for their home. Mr Rcssegule to connected with the Continental National Trust and Savings Bank. his week and will leave with three ther girls of Fort Dodge for a two weeks' trip In the <ast, which will take hrm to Washington. D. C., Atlantic City, New York City and Niagara Falls Mr. and Mrs. William Ryno came on Sunday of last week for a visit at the tohn Lormith home. During their vls- t, Mr. Ryno received news of his brother, Georgeft, death at peorla, lllnols. He and his brother. Charles of Spencer, drove to Peorla Wednesday ;o look after funeral servlres. Mr. Ryno was a single man. He was overcome by the hfa't. 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