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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, October 11, 193d Herbert French of Mankato spent -"Sunday here with friends and relatives. B. E. Hlllstedt, manager of the Cum- rnlngs store, was in Des MoliMs Tues-day on business. Lee Reed, Jr., employed at Blue Earth, Minnesota, spent the week end here with his parents. Roy Crapser is now employed at the Elbert Oarage. He was formerly employed at the Algona Auto Market. Josephine Murtagh who is employed in Des Moines, spent the week end •with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Muftagh. Otto Falkenhainer of Minneapolis •was in Algona Monday visiting relatives and friends and looking after business matters. Mrs. Ida Zumach and Mr. and Mrs. "W. A. Vlgars drove to Osdar Palls on Sunday to visit their respective daughters, Ella and Margaret. Rev. and Mrs. P. J. Braner, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Will and Carl Lehman attended the mission festival of the Lutheran ehurch at Livermore last Sunday. John Hargreaves, who is employed as clerk at Swift and Co., spent the •week end in Ames with friends. John attended Iowa State College at Ames last year. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sorensen and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bleich left Sunday for Chicago where they will attend the world's of the week. fair until the last Mr. and Mrs. Dolph Misbach and children of Fairmont, Minnesota, spent Sunday with the former's toother, Joe. They also visited at the J. J. Holtzbauer home. Harry Holmes and H. A. Norman drove to Sioux City Sunday where they attended a school on hat clean- Ing and blocking. They returned home that evening. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Smith of Washta, Iowa, parents of H. M. Smith, and their nephew, Jay Gano and wife of •Qulmby, Iowa, were visitors Sunday at the Smith home. Weldon Kepler, who was formerly with the Polrot & Schattschnelder garage at Whittemore, is the new mechanic at the Algona Auto Market. He began work last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Laabs of Union township were in Chicago last week attending the Century of Progress. During thfir absence Mrs. John Coughlln kept house for their son. Mr. and Mrs. John Ooeders, accompanied by Kenneth Frankl, who drove the car, spent Sunday in Worthlng- ton, Minnesota, where the Goeders were looking after the Interests of their larm. Mrs, W. K. Schoby and daughter, Jean, of Mason City, were guests on Sunday of Mrs. R. K. Brown and the C. K. Clarks. Mrs. Schoby is a daughter of Mrs. Brown and a sister of Mrs. Clark. Mrs. Isabelle Nlcoulin, Mrs. Olive Walker and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Walker returned to Hollywood, California, Olen Crapser Is helping out at the Dau garage. Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Johnson are the parents of a baby daughter which was born recently." Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Vohs spent Sunday afternoon at the Carl Vohs home in West Bend. Mrs. R. L. Williams of Lakota spen Tuesday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ogren. Lee Livingston of Harpers Perry ar rived Sunday at the W. J. Payne horn for a few days visit. Mrs. C. L. Johnson, who resides on South Thorington street, has been quite ill since a week ago Friday. Mrs. Ray Barton left Thursday for visit with her daughter, Mrs. Emm SchroeoVr at Preston, Iowa. Dr. and Mrs. E. D. Plass of low City were guests over the week end o Dr .and Mrs. C. H. Cretzmeyer. D. L. Driver is just recovering froi an attack of acute indigestion whlc he suffered Saturday morning. Helen Larson of Albert Lea, Mlnne sota, sister of Mrs. M. J. Duffy, Is guest at the Duffy home at this time A baby daughter was born to M and Mrs. Floyd Bllsborough who llv In the southwest part of town, recent Mrs. Cooney Herman left Tuesda morning for Echo, Minnesota, where she planned to visit her daughter a week or so. Venca Snodgrass of Upland, Call- Sunday ai led 4 liter a. visit at the E. 3. Hough home and with other friends and former neighbors. P. Wayne Collins, Bob UcOulIough DWc port, Maurice Michel, Bgb X*» BArre, Paul Worster returned Sunday evening after spending the week end In Chicago at the world's fair. They were guests at D. Wayne's fraternity house at the Northwestern University. Mr. and Mrs. James Eller and their daughter, Velma Irene, from Rockwell City visited friends in Algona and Ho- harton Sunday. Mr. Elder was the manager of the Farmers Elevator at Hobarton for seven years. He now owns and operates a Gamble store at Rockwell City. Postmaster James McDonald and August Slagte went to Chicago Friday night where they expected to spend about a week at the world's fair. Postmaster McDonald had a week's vacation coming from his duties at the postofflce and his old pal, August Joined him in the Chicago outing. ^ __ _ ^ A. L. Peterson returned Thursday thodist "church." from Fail-field where he had spent the previous w&ek on business. Enroute home h* stopped in Des Moines, to visit his grandson, little "Petey" Peterson, who with his mother. Mrs. Mell Peterson is vsitlng at the home of the latter's parents, Comptroller and Mrs. C. B. Murtagh. Mr. and Mrs. Charley LaBarre and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Deal, who are making an auto trip in the east w*re last heard from at Buffalo, New York, when CharJey wrote a note to his office manager, Miss Elizabeth Nugent. The La- Barres and Deals planned on going on <o New York City and Boston and are expected home In about a week. Mrs. R. E. Brown and Mrs. C. K. Clark returned recently from a ten day visit in Ames and Chicago. In Chicago they visited the world's fair and went sightseeing. They also visited Mab°l Brown QuiRley and the Horace Morgans. Mrs. Quigley and Horace Morgan spent all of their school days in Algona and wished to be remembered to their friends. Mr and Mrs. Phil Kohlhaas and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kelly expecUd to leave today (Thursday) for South Bend, Indiana, where Vernon Kohlhaas and Joe Jr and Omer Kelly are students at. Notre Dame. Mr. and Mrs. KUly and Mr. and Mrs. Kohlhuas intend to tak<| in the Notre name-Purdue football pame while there. They will return her? either Monday or Tuesday. Elmer HagB has started a tabloid semi-weekly iKwspapcr at St. James. Minnesota, where he has been Lssuln? a "Dally Reminder" for some months. The paper is a clean looking littk iheer and Elmer hopes soon to enlarge It to regular newspaper size. Elmer is some hustl-ir and will Hive the people of St. James some Kcod newspaper service when he gets his full stride. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Peek are expect- here from Portland, Oregon, the fornla, arrived here Tuesday evening for a two weeks' visit with her sister, Mrs. John Keneflck. John Wermersen, father of Mrs. Lloyd Muckey left Friday to visit for an indefinite time with another daughter, Mrs. Will Comp, at Wlnterset. Mrs. Joe Bloom returned Svtoday from Minneapolis where she has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Melamed, for the past three weeks. T. H. Keneflck and daughter, Veronica spent Sunday at the Dr. John KeiJ.flck home while enroule from Minnesota to their home In Eagle Grove. Will Vanderwerf and family enjoyed a visit Sunday from his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Vanderwerf and their daughters, Margaret, Dorothy Sylvia and son, Lester. Mrs. C. B. M. Smith and daughter, Mary, and son, Charles, of Des Moines spent the week end In Algona as guests at the W. A. Barry and J. J. Holtzbauer homes. Paul Hutchins, who Is teaching mathematics in Oilmore City, returned there Sunday after spending Saturday and Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Hutchins. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hum of Cresco are the parents of a baby boy, Wm. Paul, born at •the Kossuth hospital on Monday. The boy weighed 7% pounds and is their first child. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fitch, Mrs. Dolph Raney and Dell Fitch of Burt left Saturday morning (for Park Rapids, Minnesota, to visit a brother of the Fitches and Mrs. Raney. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Keith, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Keith and Mrs. Clara Dalton returned from the world* fair to Ohtngo Monday evening after. visit- Ing there since Thursday. Mrs. Pearl Potter, accompanied by Mrs. C. H. Potter, Mrs. Thomas Reed and daughter, Marjorle, all of Cresco, and Mrs. Jessie Dalziel of Algona, spent Friday in Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. John Romer are the parents of a 9Vj pound baby daughter who was born Saturday. The child was named Marilyn Joy. Mrs. Romer is the former Verna Beck. Mrs. L. L. Wcllendorf and son, Lamont and Mrs. F. E. Bartholomew and daughter, Janice, left Sunday for a visit with the ladies' sister, Mrs. L. H. Crawford and family at Minneapolis. Rev. and Mrs. C. V. Hulse mov-ed their household belongings from the John Ferguson and Chalmer Cooper, tudents at Iowa State College at Ames pent the week end here with their jarents. John recently won first in h freshmen hundred yard swim in a iwlmmlng meet. Mrs. Al Falkenhainer, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Murtagh and Mrs. Falkenhalner's grandchildren, Tasker and Diane Fal- ccnhartner drove to Okobojl Sunday and closed the Falkenhainer lake cottage on Hayward's Bay. Mrs. Julia Brace went to the home of her son, W. E. Brace, near Burt on Saturday and helped to celebrate his birthday which was the next. day. Mr and Mrs. 8. E. Straley of Burt were also guests Sunday at the Brace home. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Dutton left Wednesday of last week for the world's fair In Chicago where they expected to stay until Sunday. From there they traveled to Lucedale, Mississippi, to visit two or three weeks with a sister of Mr. Dutton, Mrs. A. E. Ditsworth Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lavrenz sp-nt Sunday at Easton, Minn., with Mrs Lavrenz's mother, Mrs. Heise, who celebrated her 81st birthday. Mrs. Ansl Richards accompanied Mr, and Mrs Lavrenz as far as Blue Earth wher she visited her son, Floyd and family Dr. and Mrs. W. D. Andrews am daughter, and Don Smith took the lat ter's father, D. T. Smith, to Kirksville Missouri to receive medical treatment Sunday. D. T. Smith expected to remain there for some time but the rest of the party expected to stay only a few days. Mrs. John ReibhofT accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Roy Crawford of Whittemore ;o Minneapolis Friday to visit her daughter, Miss Camilla ReibhofT, who Is n nurses' training at St. Andrews' lospital. Mrs. Relbhoff also visited an- Watson March and Mr. Swan, who is imployed at the White Grocery spent bhe week end at Ames. Mrs. John Lamuth spent Wednesday of this week with her daughter, Mrs. Carroll puth, who is now living in Britt. Ed Hilmer of Monroe, Minnesota, spent Sunday in Algona. He was formerly employed as assistant in the Bots- fcrd Yard here about three years ago W. H. Freeman left Wednesday to attend the session of the grand chapter of the R. A. M. at Waterloo. He expected to return some time Friday or Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Danson, Mr other daughter, Mrs. A. W. Mescher and family of St. Paul. They all re- ;urn-sd home Monday. Mrs. L. G. Thompson and grandchildren, Donnabelle and Betty Merron of Esthervllle came here Friday for the football game and visited at the home of the former's daughter, Mrs. R. H. Miller. Saturday the group and Mrs. MUkr went to Des Moines. The visitors left Sunday for their homes. Hmry Thompson, old time resident of Kossuth county and a former county supervisor, who has made his home In Los Angeles and vicinity for a number of years, arrived In AJgona Sunday for a stay of a few weeks. Henry is looking fine and his many old friends w*re glad to see him again. He still has a number of business Interests in this vicinity to look after which brings him back to Algona annually. Mr. and Mrs. Melzar Falkenhainer and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Haggard 01 Algona were among the ten tnousam people in attendance at dedication of | the new Spencer air port last Sunday afternoon. Hanford McNlder of Mason City made the dedication address and stunt flying and air races ending with a parachute leap provided amusement for the big crowd. The new flying field la just off the paving going into Spencer from the south. A fine new hangar and other buildings have been built on the field. L. J. Slater and wife of Polo, Illinois, left Tuesday for their home In Illinois, after Spending several days here looking after their farm west of Hobarton a mile on the south Whittemore road. Mr. Slater sold his farm here after living on It for some years for something over $300 per acre at the peak of the high prices. The f aim afterwards carne back on htm after he had moved to Ullnola. It is rated one of the fle farms of the county. He has since leaving here been farming ln> Illinois, and makSs yearly trips here to look after his business matters. and Mrs. Carl Walker and Mrs. Floyd Bacon returned Sunday evening ftfte spending a week in Chicago at th world's fair. Mrs. Charles Lathrop and daughter Meredith, left Saturday evening fo' Chicago and the world's fair. Meredith is taking her vacation from the Modern Dry Cleaners. Andrew Bestenlehner of Ottumwi came Wednesday for a short visit wit! his brothers, Joe, In Algona and Frank in Whittemore. He is employed by th Hoffman Drug Co., at Ottumwa. Betty Kohlhaas was unable to atten< school Monday afternoon because of sore throat and has been confined t her home since then with the sam rouble. She Is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. Phil Kohlhaas. Mrs. B-Ertha M. Show of Mount Hor ib, Wisconsin, arrived here Tuesda to visit Mrs. Charles Walker, Mrs 7ora D. Miller Mantor and othe riends in Algona. She will remai here a we-sk or ten days. Everett Anderson return-ed recentl from Mobile, Alabama, where his sis ter lives and where he had been em ployed for several months in a Sears Hoebuck store. He is employed now i Jie Anderson Riteway store. Maurine Miller returned Wednesda to Mason City where she is employe as private secretary in the Miss Leon ;cOhee tea room. She had been vis- ing since Monday with her mother, rtrs. Cora D. Miller Mantor. Paul Leaverton, associated for the ast few months with the Metropoll- an Life Insurance Company here, was ecently appointed game warden for Humboldt, Wright and Pocahontas counties. Th? Leavertons will mak heir home in Humboldt as soon as possible. Dr. Golder Lewis McWhorter, a former Algona boy, who has been a physician in the Presbyterian hospital in Chicago for several years and Miss Isa. bell Chaplin of Chicago wwe marrlet in Chicago Saturday according to word received the first of the week by Miss Evelyn Cady of Algona. Dr. McWhorter is a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. John McWhorter who for years lived Just cast of Algona. Mrs. Carl Humphrey, living south of Algona, left Monday to go through the Mayo clinic at Rochester, Minnesota. Big Fall Sale of Winter needs at Gambles. Oct. 13th to 27th. 6" Stove Pipe, 16c—Window Glass, 12x24, 19c— Felt Auto Mats. 29c—Hot Water Heaters, $5.79—Canvas Gloves, 3 pr. 35c— 3% Ib. Axes. 98c—Methanol Anti- Freeze, 39c gal.—Rubber Shoe Soles, 7c. SPECIAL Fresh, Crisp, Crunchy Peanut Brittle Delicious and Nutty We,,, Cumming's 5c to $1.00 Wrist Watches The Famous Hallmark Line of Ladies and Gents '-wrist watches. Here you can get a seven or 15- iewelled Bagette in a yellow gold filled case with bracelet attached for as low at $22.50—15-jewelled $27.50 either ladies' or gents'. We have handled Hallmark watches for years and no finer watches can be had for the price. Diamonds Watches Silverware WeUer's Jewelry Store Phone 240 Fine Watch, and Jewelry Repairing M:thodist parsonage Tuesday to their home in Cherokee where Re/. Hulse will be the pastor in charge of the Me- The students of the Corwith graduating class cf 1935 were in Algona Staurday morning having th«ir pictures taken at the Peterson Studio. The class numbered between twenty and thirty and was composed of a ftne looking group of young people. Mrs. A. A. BWiop returned Monday afternoon from Cedar Rapids where she had spent the week end at a meeting of the Dea Moines branch of Woman's Foreign Missionary society. She Is the local district president of the society. While there she was entertained Saturday at the Judge Herbert Ring home. Mrs. Ring is the former Maud* Barr, a former teacher in the local schools. ed latter part of this week. They are making the trip In their car and will probably be guests ut the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Haggard. Gus was Algona's postmaster for two terms about twenty years ago and he and his wife were very popular ^business and social circles. He is at the head of a big abstract company in Portland Mr and Mrs. F. L. Tribon received (dad tidings Monday that they wew again grandparents. Their daughter. Gladys now Mrs. Otis Paddock of Glcndale, Arizona, became tn« mouier of a fine baby girl Sunday mornlnu. This is the first child and the many frienrU of r,1s<Jv« In Al»ona and vicinity will extend their hearty conttrat- ulations. Grandpa and Grandma Tribon are shariug their hours gracefully. C. S. Johnson Specials HARD FINISH—EVERY ONE NEW! IN THE LATE MODELS This price good to Oct. 30 on the present stock. No reorders at this special Price, Pork Chops, 2 Ibs. __35c Boiling Beef, 3 Ibs. 25c Baby Beef Boast -12 Summer Sausage _-18c Picnics 19c Pickle Loaf 19c Minced Ham 19c Cream Cheese, 2 Ibs. 35c Pickled Pigs Feet, quart jar 35e Jonathan Apples, 7 Ibs. __ 25c New Honey, 3 cakes 29c Citron 16c Grape Fruit, 4 for __26c Steel Cut Coffee, 3 ibs. 57c Velvet, Tob., 2 cans 21c ! Table Oil Cloth, yd. 23c S Overcoat Bonus BLUE BOUCLE OR NIGGERHEAD Sizes to 46. Latest Models. While they last only $1 ,185 14' Husking Mitt* and Glove* The famous 1,000 bushel guarantee. At nearly old prices. VESTS Leather - Corduroy - All Wool At 1933 Prices Blue Ribbon Values at Goeders' Misbach Clothing Co. fifftyfTy^QffQQSxtxx^^ Distinctive Apparel at Price* You'll be Delighted to Pay New Wool Frocks New Plaids New Checks Solid Colors Two Piece One Piece and Tunics 12 to 38 Ekcomore and Chippewa Coats This selling of fine tailored Coats brings you an opportunity to own a beautiful distinctive coat of lasting style, fit and quality. Real Blue Ribbon Value. Fine soft tonfs In outstanding novelty materials. Silk lined and interlined. Siz?s 14 to 42. BLUE RIBBON VALUES Warm and Durable Childrens Coats Well Tailored—Fine Fabric Lined and interlined 7 to 14 745 Others as low as 5.95 Unusual values are these smart coats of better quality Chinchilla. Made to fit and wear —with plenty of dash and style. Warm linings and Interlining. You'll be glad to pay so little. Fine Real Kid Gloves Black 1 Brown Navy Grey 985 Sizes G to 8 Soft kid that molds perfectly to your hand. Lovely styles—New Flare Cuffs and itricate designing BLUE RIBBON VALUES Ringless Full Fashion Silk Hose By Rollins, the Great Your attention is directed to the ultimate in fine Hosiery values. Crystal Sheer with all of those outstanding Rollins Improvements. Eight new shades in all sizes. Other Qualities $1 to $1.50 Blue Ribbon Values New Patterns in Fine Prints Our print section is most popular wKh hundreds of knowing shoppers. Here we present one good reason why. This Print Is BO square and boilproof. 100% All Wool Blankets 70x80 Beautiful downy reversible. flo-:- all wool—with all silk satin liar mouuing binding—ilx dauuy color combinations. Other Blankets Priced from $1.98 to $4.25

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