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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Aug. 16,1934 local fvents Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Towne and family left Tuesday for Cass Lake on a fishing trip. Art Helberg has been on the sick list with flu and other complications since last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Bertus Jansen of La- kot« visited their daughter, Mrs. c. W. Bowman, Monday. Mrs. E. J. Hodges is enjoying a visit from her sister, who Is a teacher in the Milwaukee schools. William Prundt of Norfolk, Nebraska, was a guest at the William Vigars home over the week end. Martha Dewel of Muskogee, Oklahoma, is expected here Friday for a visit with relatives and friends. Herbert French of Mankato spent Tuesday morning here and attended the funeral of Bernard Tlerney. Joe Germann of St. Benedict entered 'Tuesday for cuts'and bruises received in an automobile accident. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Bae of Mason City spent Sunday with Mrs. Baes' parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Taylor. Arlene Matern is taking this week as her vacation from the Algonquin Confectionery where she is employed. Mrs. A. E. Michel and son, Roger, and Virginia Schnepf will leave Friday evening for the Worlds Fair In Chicago. ffffffffffftfftfffffffffff* WHITE'S* Grocery Week End Specials Gold Dust, large size _. 17c Magic Washer, per pkg 19c Laundry Soap, 8 bars Pork and Beans, tall, 2 for _____ _ Coffee, Golden Glow Cookies,, fancy, 2 Ibs. 29c Macaroni, 2 Ibs. . 19c Cake Flour, SwarisdowB, A nine pound boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Atkinson last Saturday morning. The child has been named Bruce. F. R. Bandy and daughter of Britt cam* here Sunday for Mrs. Bandy who visited here last week with her cousin, Mrs. Chet Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Saunders spent the week end in Sioux City visiting with friends. The Saunders formerly lived in Sioux City. Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Monlux, left last Friday for Elkader, Iowa, where he will make an extended visit with his uncle, Will Monlux. • Helen Stewart who makes her home with Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Davison returned Friday from a two weeks''vis- it with relatives at Burt and Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lavrenz spent Sunday in Whittemore visiting with friends #nd they also atended the Trilssion fastivaa /held In tthe Louis Oreinert grove. Mrs. Chet Williams of Algona, who is employed in the ready-to-wear department of Christensen Brothers' store, underwent a major operation Tuesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Becker and their mothers, Mrs. A. C. Becker and Mrs. Mary Otto visited friends and relatives in Sioux City from Friday of last week until Monday. Dr. F. E. Rugger, wife and son, Billie, left for their home In Lowden, Iowa, Sunday after spending a week at the O. E. Butterworth home. Mrs. Butterworth and Mrs. Rugger are sisters. Joe Sheppard, who has been work- Ing as a plumber for Gail Towne this summer, expects to return to hla studies at Crelghton College, where he last year earned a letter on the football team. Mrs. Elmer Benson and daughters, Marion and Jean of Manly vifcited Mrs. Chet Williams Sunday. Mrs. Williams is recovering from a major operation which she underwent last Tuesday. D. Wane Collins, band Instructor In the Algona schools, returned the first of the week from Chicago, where he had been attending summer school, and will give private lessons until school opens. Mrs. Elizabeth Mangan and son, John, of Minneapolis arrived Monday night at the home of their daughter and sister, Mrs. Maurice McMahon for a visit. They returned to their home today (Thursday). Jim Pool, manager of the Botsford lumber yard, expected to leave Wednesday for Rockford, Illinois, to bring back Mrs. Pool and their two children who have been spending several weeks with her parents. Miss Hazel Chatman, now of Bagley, where she Is postmistress, spent Saturday and Sunday visiting with Mrs. H. A. Lewis and daughter,. Ella. Miss Chatman formerly lived in Algona and played the organ In the Congregatlanal church. ^ Ready for School With Fall Clothes Neatly Cleaned and Pressed Try Us for Service First Impressions are most Important whenever you meet people. And first Impressions can be fine impressions if you start to school with clothes that are fresh from our cleaning and pressing department. Modern Dry Cleaners Phone 537. Free Educational Chiropractic Clinic Arrangement* have been completed for a free educational Chiropractic clinic to be held in Algona on August 24-25. This is one of a scries of such clinics to be held here. *pecfal examiners from the national office of Educational Chiropractic Clinics, ALacon, Missouri, will have charge of the clinic. Dr. It. L. Larson of Sioux City and Dr. E. II. N orris of Des Moines Hilj the chief exuoniners in charge. Special representatives will be .111 Algona, a day in advance of the clinic to complete the detailed arrangements. periodic educational features bring- to the towns and cities where they are held the latest ill Chiropractic technique- and equipment. A complete Chiropractic analysis is nude of each case attending the u Uiic. The examinations are of a very private nature. The examiners will have special equipment, including a portable x-ray laboratory. Since the work is of an educational nature, u<o charge is made to the public for examinations aud consultations. If the patient desires x-ray work, there will be a minimum charge for this service. The clinic lasts only two days. Therefore the appointments must be limited to a very few patieuU. Those making *rnui«emcut& lirst to attend will be given attuutiou on the cliuu; dates. The clinic will be Uelti iu the oilice of Dr. F. C. Scanlau, who is in charge ol' arrangcuiciiU locally. Appointments must be made through liis office- 1'koiu.- Stiti. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Puth spent the week «nd at Tama, Iowa, visiting the former's relatives. Mary Schultz Is taking her vacation this week from the Elk Cleaners and Is visiting In Des Moines. Roland White arrived here from Iowa Falls Monday for a few days visit with friends and relatives. Miss Gust a Winkle returned home Saturday evening after a wrek's visit at the Kinny Fox home at Wesley. Irma Greiner, cashier at the Goeders Company, Is taking this week as vacation and is spending the time around home. Wallace Holmes of Oskaloosa, was a guest from Wednesday until Friday of last week at the home of his uncle, T. H. Holmes, Sr. Mrs. L. E. Potter w-ent to Des Moines Wednesday of last week to visit relatives. She will also visit at Beacon and Oskaloosa. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Murtagh left Wednesday morning for Virginia, Minnesota, where they expected to spend the rest of the week. Dorothy Hatlestad returned to her home in Clear Lake, South Dakota, Sunday after a week's visit with her aunt, Mrs. G. D. Stokes. Mr. and Mrs. K. H. McLaven and children of Minneapolis were guests of Mrs. McLaren's sister, Mrs. .H. L. Hoenk over the week end. Mrs. Elizabeth Mangan and son. John, came Monday for a few days' visit at the home df the folrmter's daughter, Mrs. M. C. McMahon. Mr. and Mrs. Elroy Bettlnger and two girls of Minneapolis visited Friday and Saturday at the home of Mrs. Bellinger's sister, Mrs. V. H. Coffin. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lacy of Humboldt were In Algona Monday. They are having their house on East Call street painted, and were here to look after It. Miss Lura Sanders, Ella Thompson, Mrs. H. R. Cowan, Mrs. Sylvia Gunn and daughter, Betty, will leave Friday for a few days' stay In Chicago at the Worlds Fair. Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Herbst and their children and Mrs. Herbst's mother, Mrs. B. M. Southgate and daughter, Prlscilla, plan to spend next Sunday at Arnold's Park. Merrill Yeoman, Wayne Smith, Hal Cooper, Jack Strelt and Clara Stepman left Tuesday In the former's car for the Worlds Fair In Chicago. They will remain about ten days. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hutchison and family and Mrs. Hutchison's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Schulz of Cedar Rapids, left Sunday for Lake Okoboji where they are vacationing this week. Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Goeders attended a casting tournament In Fort Dodge Sunday. The contest was held In the river near the water works, and was participated In by about 40 casters. Chester Call of Kansas City, Missouri, was a business visitor here and also visited his sisters, Mrs. A. Hutchison and Mrs. L. J. Dickinson, front Saturday until Tuesday of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt Raney of Klng- sley visited their parents here Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Raney's sister, Frances Ann Zlttritsch, returned to their home with them and will make a visit there. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Plagens and daughter of Compton, California, spent Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday And Sunday of last week at the V. V. Coffin home. Mrs. Pagens and Mrs. Coffin were former schoolmates. Maurice McEvoy, employed on the McQulre grading crew. Is forced to remain at his home this week, suffering with a sprained ankle. Maurice slipped on a wet road Saturday morning and some way turned his ankle. Mesdames Estella Sabln, K. Bradley, Messrs, and Mesdames Theo. Goeders, M. E. Worstcr, p. A. M. and F. F. Frost, G. W. Sample and M. J. Jones enjoyed a picnic dinner Sunday at West Bend and viewed the Grotto of Redemption Betty Backus drove to Des Moines Sunday after her mother, Mrs. 8. J. Backus, who is staying there with another daughter, Eleanor, a student at a commercial school. Mrs. Backus will visit here with Betty for about thre-? weeks. Ruth Stokes came home Sunday from Minneapolis for a vacation of ten days or two weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Stokes. Ruth s secretary and assistant to Dr. Thompson, an eye, ear, nose and throat doctor in Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Tim Sullivan of Port Arthur, Canada, were guests at the W. H. Godden home from Thursday until Sunday. Mrs. Sullivan is a sister of Mrs. Godden. Mr. Sullivan is chief train dispatcher on the Canadian and Pacific railroad. Harold Falkenhalner returned to Moines Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Goeders who drove him down. Harold has been taking a two weeks' vacation and spent the flrst week at Lake Okoboji and the last week visiting friends and relatives in Algona. Dr. and Mrs. K. N. Gilbert of Chandler, Arizona, visited at the E. N. Taylor home Monday. Dr. and Mrs. Gilbert were on their way home from the Worlds Pair in Chicago. The Gilberts and Taylors were former friends and neighbors in Curlew, Iowa. W. H. Smith, jeweler at the Lusby druj{ store, has been taking an enforced vacation the past week or inure because of an infection in liis eye. The flrst of this week the trouble seemd to be improving, and Mr. Smith hoped to be back on the job in a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dau and Lydia M<-y<'rs, and Tom Frankl ivlurru-d en • v unday after visiting a week in Chicago at the Worlds Fair. Lydia, who is taking a two weeks' vacation Iroin her duti.s at, Cummings Sc to $1 a'ore. Is stnndmg this Week with her pai'enu In Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Sigsbee iv'.ui'i- e-d ^unday from DCS Moines, Atlantic and other points in southern Iu,>a where they had visited friend.-,. They r-port the drought conditions as becoming more serious every day. Farmers were cutting their corn by hand near Grlswold and were usins4 it tor feed ai the pastures were cojupl-.teiy barren, and failed to show a six-ar of Alice Kaln, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Kain, returned Wednesday of last week from IX-Kalb, Illiiuis, uf- t.,r attending- summer .school there •ince the middle of June, ahe w-to accompanied here by her two aunts Celia and Agnto Mullen and Doiulhv Donnelly, Eugene Klennn and Jo..cph McMinam;ii, ail ol UeKulb. The later three returned to their home.-, uu Sunday, but the MU>.-s Mullen wiil make a linger \L->ll here. Friday Alice Kain, and her tluve mends spent tile day hi ••'ioux Falls, Sou;h Dakota. Mrs. c. A. Joynt was a victim of the summer flu and a sore throat last week. Miss Ange Roorda of Pella, Iowa, Is a gwst of Miss Kate Skinner this week. W. A. Barry was confined to his bed last week with the summer flu and a sore throat. Rev. P. J. Braner spent the last week in Chicago at the Worlds Fair and visiting with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Richards were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Greenfield at Sexton. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Regan and children of Ogden, Iowa, visited with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Petotnik Saturday. Elsie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. F.'Specht., left Sunday for the Art Sorensen home at Bode for a few days' visit. Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Nauda'n drove to Elmore and Fairmont Sunday and spent the day visiting relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Traeger and son, Lawrence, of Sumner, Iowa, were visitors at the Dennis Pratt home over the week end. Mrs. Pratt Is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Traeger. Mrs. c. M. Ward was up from Humboldt Tuesday attending to business nnd calling on some of her old friends. Mr. Ward who moved from Algona a number of years ago and located in Humbildt in the plumbing business, is mertlng with success In the new location. Miss Esther Lavrenz of the local reemployment office, returned Sunday evening from Storm Lake where she has been instructing a recently Installed manager in the reemployment office there. Miss Lavrenz has been promoted to junior Interviewer of the Algona office. Over 5,000 people attended Buffalo Day at Buffalo Center last Thursday. Algona was represented by Attorney Joe Lowe, a former resident there, who Introduced the speaker of the day, Ray Murray, secretary of agriculture for Iowa, who was a former resident of Buffalo Center. Marie Helen Beard, one of the second grade teachers, has handed in her resignation to the local school board, and will teach In her home town, Marlon, Indiana, where she will be primary supervisor. Announcement of the teacher to take Miss Beard's place, will be made shortly, Harold Neville and sons, Jim and Bob, returned Sunday evening from Amarillo, Texas, for a visit with their parents land grandparent, Mr. nnd Mrs. James Neville. Harold Is Uie secretary of the Maverick club there and the two boys have been visiting their father the past six weeks. Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Scharlach and daughter, Geneva, returned the first of the week from Elgin, Iowa, where they attended a reunion of the Lehman family which was held on Sunday with about 200 present. While they were gone they visited the Niagara Cave near Cresco, which has recently been opened up to the public. Among those who spent the week end at Lake Okoboji In an effort to find some relief from the heat were Dr. H. M. Olson, J. D. Lowe, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wehler, Zora Keith, Ira Kohl, Paul Hamll, H«lmuth Huenhold, Frances Zender, Carlotta Kanoufl, Mr, and Mrs. Walter Lorenz, Mr. and Mrs. Theo Herbst and Mr. and Mrs. Perry Phillips. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Duncan and their daughter left here Wednesday after visiting with Mrs. Duncan's mother, Mrs. O. H. Free, for several weeks. They will visit In Oconto. Wisconsin, for ten days with Mr. Duncan's relatives after which they will again visit the Worlds Fair In Chicago. They will then return to their home In Westfleld, New Jersey. Mrs. Richard Schmitz of Storm Lake, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Featherstone of Omaha and the latter's mother, Mrs. Mae Grapotte of San Antonio, Texas, arrived here Friday night at the S. E. McMahon home. The Pcateherstones returned to their home Sunday, but Mrs. Grapotte, who is a sister of Mrs. McMahon, and Mrs. Schmitz, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. McMahon, remained for a longer visit. FARMS For Sale We have a few good farms for Mareh 1st, • If);!"), possession, by making a Small Down Payment Easy Terms on the Balance McDonald & Co. "Iowa Stale Bk. "Hldg. i'lidiic lUO A. T. Twwt is showing improvement nt this time after being quite ill for three weeks, suffering with kidney trouble. Mr. nnd Mrs. Gaylord Shumway and son, David, spent Sunday in Sutherland visiting with the former's mother and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Wright nnd son. Bobby, of Spencer, were Sunday guests at the Lon Wright home. The men are brothers. Dorothy Hatlestad of Clear Lake. s outh Dakota, returned to her home Sunday evening after visiting a week with her aunt, Mrs. G. D. Stokes. Mrs. William Cain of Inglewood, California, arrived at t!»s E. R. Morrison home Wednesday for a visit with her daughter, Mrs. Morrison. Marvin Reisner of Oelwein, Iowa, arrived at the home of his aunt, Mrs. Al Spongberg Tu-reday of last week and will visit there several weeks. E. A. Scheme!, who has charge of a closed bank at Geneva, Iowa, Is taking a week's vacation and spending it here with his wife and son, Mart. Mrs. M. O. Richards of Lone Rock and her sister, Letha Btlsborough of Fenton spent Wednesday afternoon with the former's mother-in-law, Mrs. A. D. Richards. Mrs. c. Max Buck and three children of Des Moines came here Sunday and are making a visit for a week or longer with Mrs. Buck's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. White. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Stillman and daughter, Ann, attended a house party ever the week end at a cottage where Mrs. Stlllman's sister, Catherine Holland of Maxwell, is visiting at Lake Okoboji. Ruth Stokes, employed In the office of a specialist. Dr. Thompson, at Minneapolis, arrived home Saturday even- Ing and will spend her two weeks' vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Stokes. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hoernerman of Forest City, the latter a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Specht, came to the Specht home Saturday for a visit of two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Specht's grandsons, Wayne and Melvin Larson also of Forest City, came with the Hoernermans and are visiting here. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Smith took their seven year old son, Donald, to Minneapolis Tuesday to a hospWal there for crippled children for examination. It Is possible that he will also remain there and go to school. Charles W. Humphrey, attorney p.t Charles City and brother of Mrs. W. C. Steele, Rev. Joseph Steele of Sioux City, brother of W. C. Steele and his son, Taylor s toele of Spencer were guests Sunday aft. the Steele home here. Lyle E. Reynolds of the Hub Clothing store, was called to Mason Cltv Saturday because of the serious illness of his sister, Leta. A slight, but very little, change was noted in her condition before Mr. Reynolds returned on Sunday. Mrs. W. G. McCullough was visited Sunday by her sister, Mrs. Margaret Dillon of Newton, who accompanied her son, Max Dillon, in the Register Wanted Straw and Hay Keep in touch with us for the latest and host Market on Straw and Hav. McDonald & Co. Iowa State Bk. Bld. Phone 120 and Tribune airplane here Siitiday, Mrs. Dillon returned to Newton in the plane also. Mrs. McCulkmgh's nephew. Max Dillon, accompanies the R. & T. plane to each of the towns where the R. ft T. salesmen are to receive rldrs. SPECIALS For one Week only Haircut 35c Shampoo, and Finger wave 75c Eyebrow Arch 35c Scalp Treatment With Shampoo 75c Wlthont Shampoo 50c Cora D. Miller Beauty Shop The Shop That Brings Out Your Individual Personality Phone 604 Over Behlmers' Goeder's Semi-Annual Rummage Sale Fri. and Sat., Aug. 17-18 Everyone knows Goeders Semi-Annual Rummage Sale—Thousands attend this Semi-Annual Event! 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