The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Aug. 30,1934 Mr and Mrs. L. L. Wellendorf and -son. Lament, left Tuesday to attend the state fair. lurMr - .f" d Mrs- B. P. Richardson and Meredith and Max returned Friday Mr. Ann Prankl and her sons, Tom, Keniteth and Leo, left Monday for the Worlds Pair at Chicago where they will spend a week. * Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Long spent Sunday , at. New Hampton, where Mrs Lon&'s mother, Mrs. J. T. Jackson celebrated her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. R. w. Dodds of Newton, parents of E. R. Morrison, spent Saturday and Sunday with their son and his family here. J. W. Little drove to Minneapolis on ^m 4 y / nd / xpected to return *°™ time Wednesday with ft new Buick for stock at the Algona Motor Sales. Mr .and Mrs. Wade Sullivan left Wednesday evening (last night) for Chicago where tlwy will spend the next ten days at the Worlds Fair. Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Goeders entertained Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bell at a. dinner Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. B"ll left. Monday for their new home in Swea City. A. H. Stock was a business visitor In Spirit Lake Saturday and Sunday. Bernice Stock is visiting this week in Chicago where she Is attending the h her McDonald of Emmetsburg Gunn from Mnn - n rom Monday until Thursday (today). Betty accompanied her home and expected to visit In Emmetsburg until Sunday. . Kathleen and child- Ashville — v ...v,^i* W1 .noiivii-it: North Carolina and Mrs. Ray Ryan and Joyce Devlin of Emmetsburg were Rtiests at the M. J. Streit home Thursday. Mabel Poxwell of Olympia. n . Washington, arrived here the latter part of last week from the Worlds Fair for a further visit with her moth- Mrs. Cora Raney and other rela- Worlds Fair. Mr. and Mrs. Gottlieb Gronbach, Emmett Beard and Rev. and Mrs. P! Braner were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ruts at Livermore last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hornerman have returned to Sprlngville after visiting here at the C. P. Specht home for two weeks. Mrs. Homer man Is a daughter «f Mr. and Mrs. Specht. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Weaver and daughter of Mason City returned to their home Sunday after visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Trauger and son since the previous Thursday. Mrs. Fred Zeigler and children returned Sunday evening from Polo, Illinois, where they had visited friends and relatives. They had also attended the Worlds Pair In Chicago. Mr .and Mrs. a. J. DeKock and three children of Des Moines were guests of the Lloyd E. Hudson family from Friday until Monday morning. Mrs. De- Kock la a sister of Mrs. Hudson. tives. Mr. and Mrs. G. Sheppard and Maud and Mrs. Ernest Godfredson returned Wednesday evening of last week after a few days' stay In Chicago where they visited relatives and attended the Worlds Fair. Mrs. George Yeoman and son, Bernard, accompanied by Mrs. W. A. VI- gars and daughter, Margaret and Mary Ellen Hudson, left Saturday and are spending this we-ek In Chicago attending the Wcrlds Fair. Mrs. A. J. Clay of Tacoma, Washington, cam? here Monday to visit Miss Gusta Winkle and other friends. Miss Winkle moved Wednesday (yesterday) from Mrs. EHella Sabin's apartment to those of Mrs. Tom Kain. Mr. and Mrs. c. Q. Drummond and two Children, Mary and Christopher of Chicago arrived in Algona Wednesday of last week and will make a three weeks' visit with Mrs. Dfrummond's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A, Hutchison. Mrs. Ethel Pryer and her granddaughter, Ehtel Wlckstrum of Grand Rapids, Michigan, returned to their home yesterday (Wednesday, after visiting with the former's daughter, Mrs. H. M. Potter and family, since Saturday. Rev. and Mrs. M. A. Sjostrand are •expected back either Saturday or Sunday after vacationing during the month of August with relatives in Kane, Pennsylvania. They expected to visit at the Worlds Fair In Chicago on their return trip home. Don Grattle of Chicago came the first of last week to join his wife who has been visiting the past four weeks at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Vohs here and with her jrohter, Cart and family at West Bend. The two will return to their home after this week. v^^ Anderson's Rite -Way Specials With 2 P 1 * 8 - Wteaties for 23c 5 TOYS — Airplane whistler, tele- pram sender, Swiss warbler, nail puzzle, singing canary. FRF 1 !? With 1 lb - of R - Grocer Coffee at 23c J. J.VLJJU A regular 5c School Pencil 25c (Cherries, Red Pitted, NoT 10 can Peas, Early June, 2 No. 2 cans Jelly, Popular 1ft- flavors, 13 VI; oz. _ *•**• Marshmallows, Campfire, lb. Wax Paper, 40 ft/rbli O_ oe Hershey's Cocoa, 1 91 lb. box ______ __ 1 « H - 23c Rinso, Ige. pkg. Makes clothes whiter Lifebuoy Health Soap, 2 bars All Kinds of Meats. Fresh Fruits and Vegetables. Anderson's Rite-Way Food Store Phone 346 We Deliver. IWWWWWJVWVWVM^^ See The 1935 R. C. A. Victor Radios At the Floral Hall Fair Week Holecek Radio Shop X8cex8Kb00»o&000a0:o»:O^^ Announcement Extraordinary Kossuth Countv Fair Attractions Wednesday, Thursday, September 4 andS Janet Gaynor Lew Ayres iu "SERVANT'S ENTRANCE" On Release Date. Friday, Saturday, September 6 and 7 Harold Lloyd Una Merkel Mr. and Mrs. James Finley were transacting business in Fort Dodge on Friday. Mrs. o. F. Towne and two girls returned Monday from a two weeks' vacation at Cass Lake. Mr. and Mrs. John O. McDowell spent the week end with the former's mother at Waterloo. W. J. Becker, W. J. Sigsbee and Tony Anderson were at Bapldan Dam Sunday on a fishing trip. Mrs. Edythe L. Daiky and son, Bill spent the week end at Oelwein visiting at the L. A. Dailey home. Elsie Specht will leave Friday for Springville, Iowa, where she will teach In the public school there again. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Seaman left on Sunday for the state fair at Des Moines where they were to stay a tew days. Miss Leota Zeigler and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bode were expected home Tuesday from the Worlds Fair at Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. David C. Ward drove to Red Oak, Iowa, Sunday for a few days' visit at the home of the former's parents. Mrs. Chet Williams returned Wednesday from Brltt where she had visited a few days with h-sr cousin, Mrs. F. R. Bandy. Marie Wehler, her mother, Mrs. Fred Wchler, and niece, Peggy Wjhler, spent Sunday at Fairmont visiting at th, Herman Wehler home. Mrs. H. A. Wagner and Miss Peggy Schoon of Buffalo Center spent several days last week visiting the former's sister, Mrs. M. W. Ferguson. Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Weaver, their daughter, Mrs. E. A. Schemel and son, Mart, returned home Monday evening after visiting at the Worlds Fair In Chicago since Wednesday. Priscilla Southgate left Wednesday for Eveleth, Minnesota, where she is a teacher in the schools. She has been visiting her sister, Mrs. T. T. Herbst and her mother, Mrs. B. M. Southgate. A. E. Michel drove up from Des Moines Sunday and spent the day with his family. Mrs. Michel and son, Roger, returned Sunday morning from Chicago where they had been attending the Worlds Fair. Mrs. M. J. Pool and children returned Sunday from Rockford, Illinois, where they have spent most of the summer with relatives. Mr. Pool drove there the previous Wednesday and brought them home. Lee Wlnslow, a former Algona resident, was in the city from Thursday of last week until yesterday visiting old friends and neighbors. He left for Minneapolis where he will visit his daughter, Mrs. A. K. Johnson. Vincent Hurn will leave Sunday for Glendale, California, to enroll in the Curtis-Wright Mechanic Air school. Vincent has been employed the past year or more at the Long's grocery. He will be succeeded there by Robert Sellstrom. Mrs. W. P. Henmphill took her daughter, Jane, to Kansas City, Missouri, last Wednesday. Jane will enter college at Hutchlnson, Kansas, this fall. Mrs. Hemphill visited relatives at Kansas City and expected to return here Sunday. irma Henegan, formerly a telephone operator for the local Northwestern Bell office, who has been seriously 111 and a patient at the Kossuth hospital all summer, was released from the hos pltal Saturday and brought Jto (her home. Her friends are rejoicing In her signs of recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Berens of Mountain Lake, Minnesota, the former nephew of Mrs. C. F. Specht, were guests Thursday at the Specht home Mrs. Specht's brother, John Berens and wife and her mother, Mrs. Wm. Berens all of Mountain Lake, Minn., visited Friday with the Spechts. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sterling and daughter, Joyce, arrived home Tuesday [rom a ten days' vacation. They visited relatives at Earlville. Illinois, attended the Century fif Progress and also spent several days in southern Indiana where they visited relatives and attended a family reunion. Mrs. E. A. Schemel and son, Mart, nre moving Friday to Hampton where Gene and Mrs. Schemel have rented a 'urnished apartment. Gene is the receiver of the closed bank at Geneva, which is just five miles from Hampton and has been living In Geneva since he received that position some months ago. Fay Hopkins of Olendale, California, came Sunday to join his wife and children who have been here most of he summer visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Moulds and Mr. Hopins' mother, Mrs. c. W- Hopkins, and other relatives and friends. Fay who was clerk of the district court here about eight or nine years ago, now has a position with the Bank of Italy. He expects to be here two or three weeks before he and his family return to the west. Dorothy Doak and Catherine Saunders of Fort Dodge came to the Paul Trauger home Sunday and are now visiting there. Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Larson and family spent the we-fk end in Cedar Rapids, the guests of Mrs. Larson's father, Frank Gerstner. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Sjostrand of St. Peter, Mrs. Afctlund «nd Mrs. Ort- lond of St. Paul were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Sellstrwn. Mrs. L. N. Raikes of Corydon, Iowa, arrived here last Saturday and is visiting her daughter, Mrs. O. B. Laing and family this week until Friday. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Irelan left on Friday morning for Des Moines to attend the State Fair. They also planned to visit relatives In Bloomfleld, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Ed DeZellar moved their household belongings from their home on Park avenue to the M. T. McGuire house on North Phillips street Monday. Mrs. c. A. Joynt and two children left Tuesday night for Farley to visit Mr. Joynt's two sisters. Mr. Joynt expects to go there Saturday and spend the week end there. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Weaver and daughter of Mason City returned to their home Sunday after visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Trauger and son since the previous Thursday. Rev. P. J. Braner and Fred Jacobs who attended the synodical convention of the Iowa district of the Missouri Synod, held at Keystone, Iowa, returned last Friday evening. The convention was held from Monday until Friday afternoon. Mrs. Kate Burkey, her daughter, Mrs. Jess Bryant and husband and daughter, Maurine and another daughter, Mrs. Reslter and son of Danville, Illinois, spent the week end at the Art Helberg home. Mrs. Helberg Is another daughter of Mrs. Burfcey. D. D. Monlux's brother, W. C. and wife and nephew, Edison Lenth, all of Elkader, Iowa, came here Friday and brought Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Monlux's son, Robert, who had been visiting in Elkader, back with them. The visitors returned to their home Sunday. Mrs. Mae Miller and daughter, Mrs. M. A. Bartholomew and her son. Max. left Sunday to visit the L. H. Crawford family and Mrs. Alice Miller and daughtero at Minneapolis. Mrs. Bartholomew and Max will visit the Worlds Fair In Chicago before returning here. Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Hull and their children, Harry, Jr., and Patricia Mae, returned to their home here Sunday evening after spending the week with friends and relatives In Rlnggold county. Mr. Hull Is the received of the closed Kossuth County State Bank and was taking his vacation. Marlon Rising and Bernice Wilson expect to leave Friday night for Chicago where they will spend a week at the Worlds Fair. Vaughan Rising will accompany them to Chicago and will then go on to Ft. Wayne, Indiana, where h e will enter the Indiana Tech to study electrical engineering. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wehler spent Sunday In Des Moines. They were accompanied by Mrs. Wehler's sister, Frances Kunz, who Is enrolled In the Four C's Business College. While in Des Moines they were guests of Mrs. Wrhlrr's aunt. Mrs. A. R. Cbrey, flnd attended the Iowa State Fair of which Mr. Corey Is secretary. Roy Mitchell, better known locally as L. V. Michael, n former Algonian, now living at Paw Paw, 111., recently suffered a severe injury to his baek and other injuries when engaged In pointing a 35-foot silo. The John Michael family here have received word from Paw Paw to the effect that he Is in a very serious condition at the present time. Rosanna Wnlton of Newton came here Sunday and Is a guest at the Raymond Norton home- this week. Rosanne Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Walton who formerly lived here. and owned the present Algona bakery. Rosnnno has many friends and former schoolmates Ivere. Mr. and Mrs. Norton and Richard and Rosanne will •TJend this week at the Norton cottage at Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Suttle and their daughter, Maxinp of Aberdeen, South Dakota, were guests at the V. V. Naudain lirime Sunday and Monday, Mrs. Suttk is a sister of Mrs. Naudaln and will be remembered as the former Pearl Klnyon. Sunday evening the two families were guests for dinner at the; home of the two ladles' sisters, Mrs. Clarence Maland at Elmore. Monday evening, Mrs. Naudaln entertained the two families at a dinner. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Johnson and niece, Mnrjorie Johnson, of the Rich Point vicinity returned home from Jnnesville. Wisconsin, Thursday evening after a several day's visit with Mr. Johnson's sister. Mrs. E. W. Tessin and family. The two families visited in Chir-ago nnd Calumet City. Illinois. .Sunday. Lucille Cosgrove of Tlton- ka. another niece, did not return with thf> Johnson, but went on to Caltimet City, Illinois, to visit her brother Kenneth and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Urch of Algona looked after the farm while the Johnsons were absent. Rend The Want Adr—It Pays. Beauty Specials , For One Week Only Plain Facial 75c Eyebrow Arch 26c Face Bleach and Massage $1.00 Shampoo and Finger Wave 75c Hair Cut 36c Henna Pack --__-_75c Cora D. Miller Beauty Shop The Shop that brings out your individual personality. Phone 604. in £Q3»33£8SC8SCeca3&»a£ka»£^^ Vaccinate Now ! Hog Cholera Is the Farmer's Worst Enemy The increasing' value of fat hogs is most encouraging to hog raisers. The hitch price of feed makes it imperative that you protect the investment you have in your growing pigs. A vaccination with Anchor Serum and Virus insures a life-long immunity against hog cholera. Dry, dusty weather increases the hazard of this disease. We are local distributors for Anchor Serum, Virus and Vaccines. \\'e keep these products on hand at all times in a fresh <-"iniit inn. properly refrigerated. Prices are the lowei-t. When y» u are ready tn vaccinate, we would lie pleased to have you come to us for Anchor products "THE CAT'S PAW" Continuous show starling at 11 a. in. every day during tlif fair. Call Theatre, Algona A. H. KTCJS ona. Iowa. Ask for our price-list and l/onklet "Vaccination Simplified." lC^C^C^C^O.•^.C^C^<>.^^^v^^v^.C^v.C^O.C^OAv.VJ-•.O.C<.O.O,C^O.O.O,O.C•.O.O.C•.C^'; A Brilliant Collection of New Dresses $11.75 and $19.50 Tuned to the season and just the sort of dresses you'll enjoy wearing without a coat these early Fall days. Look for such important fashion details as the new high neckline, dropped shoulders, touches of fur, shimmering satin, soft woolens with plenty of surface interest. Any one of them will be a grand send-off for your Fall wardrobe. 1 'jion We Are Co-operating with the Kossuth County Fair And will show some of our latest styles of FARM EQUIPMENT adapted to this territory. We are inviting you to our exhibit and ask you to make yourself at home. YOU may ask any attendant at o ur booth for information on any machines without obligation. Featuring Latest Tractors, Motor Trucks and All Other Seasonable Machines The following Kossuth County MeCormick-Deering Dealers ave Cooperating and assistiiig at this exhibit clurmrj Fair Dates. R. C. BAUERS, Wesley CORWITH IMPLEMENT CO. (Stan S. Greiner, Rep.) FRED FLAIG, Lone Rock W. T. FISH, Whittemore McCORMICK-DEERING Store Algona, Matt Murtha, Mgr. BANCROFT IMPLEMENT Co. Bondrye & Capenter, Ledyard Swea City Implement Co.
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