The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 18, 1934 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 18, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, October 18, 1934 NEW LIQUOR STORE WELL CONDUCTED Under Management of Tom Sherman Store is Wisely Handled Algona and Vicinity Almost Cleared of Bootleggers, Who are Prosecuted Mrs. M. J. Duffy called on friends and relatives in Whlttemore Thursday. Mrs. NIta Isaacson left for Des Moines Monday on a business trip. She will remain a week. Mrs. Fred Wehler and daughter, Marie, visited relatives in McGregor, Iowa, over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Oreenberg and Any one who has been interested enough to take notice of how the new liquor store In Algona is being handled must admit that it rates with the "banks and other places of business for •decorum and sedate orderliness. So far as the adjoining business places are concerned they would have no reason to suspect that liquor was being .sold within a hundred miles. Tom Sherman, who is the manager of the Algona store, takes pride in the sedate manner in which the store is conducted. Every day he scans the papers of this and surrounding counties to see that none of his customers have violated their pledge of decency in signing for a permit to buy liquor. The permit is promptly revoked in cases of violation. The state liquor control commission is actively engaged in prosecuting all bttcftteftgers and so far have a better record than that of the officers of the old prohibition-bootleg set-up. Poor business and vigorous prosecution have put most of the bootleggers out of commission in the Algona vicinity. Since June 19th, the enforcement "branch of the Iowa Liquor Control Commission has handled 1,454 investigations, made 622 raids, destroyed 24 stills, confiscated 17 automobiles and completed 405 cases against bootleggers. This activity, together with state stores which afford the opportunity of buying legalized liquor of tested quality, is driving line bootlegger (from Iowa. The liquor rings which grew powerful under the profits of their traffic during prohibition days have broken and weakened as profits have "been made Impossible under the new system. Their power shattered, the gangs have broken up and the bootleggers' business reduced to isolated and individual egort. With this individual effort, the law enforcement agencies are dealing vigorously. The illegal traffic must be driven from Iowa and the Iowa Liquor Control Commission will make 1 no compromise with those engaged In such traffic. Reports of automobile accidents for the month of August give very little consolation to those who seek this means of Indicting state control of liquor sales. Deaths from automobile accidents during August, 1934, were 7 less than In August. 1933, and 14 less than In July of 1934. There were 46 •deaths In August of this year as against 53 In August of 1933. The total of persons Injured In August of 1933 •was 1.582 as compared to 1.250 In Aug- John Galbraith left Sunday for Chicago to attend the world's fair. Mrs. O. H. Morse of Estherville arrived here Monday and is a guest at the home of Mrs. T. P. Harrington. Madonna Qulnn, student at the Iowa State Teachers College, was recently pledged to Delta Phi Delta sorority. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Peterson left Friday for Chicago where they expected to visit the world's fair and friends. M. P. Christiansen spent the week end in Rochester with Mrs. Christiansen who has been there since last week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Jack McDonald and Theodore Hutchison are among those who expect to see the Iowa-Ames football game at Ames Saturday. Mrs. P. H. Hargreaves and daughter, Mrs. Ralph Elbert visited another daughter of the former, Mrs. A. C. Randolph, in Spencer Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Melzar Falkenhalner and the former's mother, Mrs. Al Fal- kenhainer, drove to Des Moines Monday. Melzar attended a Mutual Insurance Company convention. Mrs. O. H. Free drove to Fort Dodge Saturday and returned here with her son, George, who is employed In his uncle's drug store there. George returned to Fort Dodge Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. M, V,- Overmyer, the former's sister, Mrs. J. Opperman, ar.d J. Applehans, all of Llndsey, Ohio, arrived here Saturday for a visit with the former's brother, J. F. Overmyer and family. Bernice Harrington, student at the Mankato Commercial College, came home Thursday evening and left the next day, accompanied by Mrs. Chet Long and Irene Dalztel for Grlnnell for homecoming. Janet Zerfass, who is attending Mankato Commercial College, spent Saturday and Sunday at her home. Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Zerfass took Janet and Bernice Harrington back to Mankato Sunday evening. Harold Stephenson and Cecil McGln. nls were reporting one of the best fish catches of the season Monday upon their return from Spirit Lake. They caught 39 fish including several walleyed and northern pike and some black bass. June Adelle Overmyer, who teaches In Oskaloosa, Iowa, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Overmyer and their guests. Mr. and Mrs. Overmyer and guests took June Adelle back as far as Mason City Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Frank!, Lyle Mathes and O*ne Neville spent Sunday at Perry. All grain offces of the city were closed Friday because of a legal holiday. Mrs. C. L. Johnson is slowly recovering an* sits up a short time each day. Mrs. A. D. Stockwell returned last week from Shteltttm where she had been caring for an invalid. Mr., and Mrs. Leroy Ditsworth and Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Martin were visitors in Fort Dodge Saturday. Dorothy and Maxlne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Dalley, visited relatives and friends in West Bend over the week end. Everett Bowman, who has besn ill for some time with a heart disease, is slowly recovering and his nurse has been discharged. • Mrs. Louis Lynk, Mrs. L. S. Muckey, Stanley Muckey, Valeria Pickett and Durwood Baker were visitors in Fort Dodge Thursday. Mrs. G. F. Towne and daughter, Berdine and Betty Lou, Virginia Morck and Mrs. A. J. Hertlg were visitors In Mason City Friday. Mrs. A. W. irwin returned Mbme last week after spending some time with her sister in Fulton, South Dakota, whose husband died recently. Harriet Smith returned Sunday to her duties as teacher at Ware, after a week's illness at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Smith. Harold Walker, brother ol Norman Walker and a student of Iowa State College at Ames, was a guest at the Dennis Goeders home over the week end. Donald Hutchins, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Hutchins, and a student at Cornell College at Mt. Vernon, spent Saturday and Sunday with his parents. Mrs. J. L. Bonar, Mrs. P. J. Chrls- tensen and Mrs. N. C. Rice returned Tuesday morning after spending Monday at the home of Mrs. A. K. Cliff at Mothers of Iowa! More than 800 Children were injured or killed in automobile accidents in Iowa during the first six months of this year. Your warning will do more than anything else to impress the youngsters with the traffic dangers they face daily. (Iowa Motor Vehicle Dept.) ST. BENEDICT NINE WINDS UP SEASON BEATING WESLEY Aggregation Won Two- Thirds of Contests in Season's Play St. Benedict: The St. Benedict baso- bftll club closed the ball season Inst Sunday ca&lnir a fast, erame from Wes- lev with a score of 3 to 2 favorlne St. Benedict. .The batteries were: for Wesley. WUlard and Haines and for St. Benedict. Lichliter and Lone. A week a«ro Sunday the two teams rr"*t, olavlns an eleven inninsr same with a tkd score. 2 to 2. Batteries were: for Wesley. Blelch and Froeh- llch and for St. Benedict. Lichliter and Erickson. The nlav-off was last Sunday. The local team has won two- thirds of the earnes olaved this year. A babv boy came to eladden th« home of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Grand- eonett Sunday evenine. James B\ims of Humboldt was a caller Monday at the D. J. Habeger home. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Potter and children of Fort Dodge visited at the L. E. Potter home over the week <nd. Pauline March, who attends school in Mason City spent the week end in ust of this year. In the total of automobiles Involved In accidents, •there we» only 38 drivers bearing Indication of having bog* Llnnan and his mother, Mrs. L. E. John Llnnan of Morris, Iowa, drove to Rochester. Sunday, where Mrs. Frankl and Mrs. Llnnan were to remain and go through the clinic while the men Ames. Miss Gertrude Armltage, district statistician of the National Reemploy- mcnt office, spent the week end visit- Ing friends at Waverly, and her parents at Oelwein. Mrs. H. L. Hoenk and Mrs. J. H. Kirby attended the funeral at Emmetsburg Mosday morning of Oerve- vleve Moody who was fatally Injured in an automobile accident. Mrs. C. W. Sarchett received word from her niece at Stockton, Kansas, bhat her sister, Mrs. E. R. Morrison, had suffered a stroke and little hope was held lor her recovery. Bernice Dearths left Saturday of last w«ek for Chicago to spend a few days at the world's fair and visit her sister, Julia. Bernice Is employed by Dr. P. E. Sawyer, eye specialist. D. D. Monlux returned Friday night from Waterloo where he had attended the grand chapter of the Royal Arch Masons of Iowa. Mr. Monnix was elected grand custodian of the Masons. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Dahl and their daughter, Joan, went to Fort Dodge Saturday where the latter two are vis- Utt drove to Lincoln. Nebraska Saturday to attend the Iowa-Nebraska football game. Basket Grocery A Better Food Store 5c Kidney Beans Fork & Beans Spaghetti Hominy No. 1 Peas cans each Electric Light Bulbs, 60w, 30w, 15w, 1 Qp each ivV. Monarch Marshmallows in seal type tins _ one pound Choc cov Cherries 9^^, 1 Ib. pkg. Baskets fancy- plain, all sizes Cleaner, Lighthouse, 3 cans Pepper, bulk, * itlc 10- 10t Crackers, 2 Ib. caddies Food of Wheat, pkg. (like Cream of Wheat) Mince Meat, 8 oz. pkg. Pink Salmon, tall cans, 2 for FLOUR" MABY ANN. not a better tour milled. 49 "bs. K 10 FREMONT'S BEST, 49 Ibs. »1.»9 RADIANT. 24'/ 2 It*. 90c; 49 Ibs Sl-65 All flour to guaranteed.. You can save money by buying your rvturued. "' Bill Dalley, son "of Mrs. Edythe L. Dalley, la in Mercy hospital at Fort Dodge where he was found to be suffering wfth a gastric ulcer. Mrs. Dalley plans to bring: him home this evening (Thursday). He has been In the hospital for observation since Monday •evening. William Shirley, county superintendent of schools, received word that his mother, Mrs. Margaret Shirley, had died Friday morning at her home in Mlnburn, Iowa. Her death came as the result of a stroke at the age of 78 years. Mr. Shirley left Friday evening, Immediately after the teachers' institute. Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at the home. Eight children survive and Superintendent Shirley is the oldest. _ OC r * rtH ' . All Specials for thin weefc end Hamburger . ~ ........... !<* »>• Beef Roast .............. I 2c •»• Pork Chop* ........... 2 Ib* S5c Talk Is Cheap But If you are interested In own- Ing a farm, listen to one of your neighbors who owns a well unproved farm, long enough to nnrt out how much he has spent Improving his own farm. If he Is honest, and most fann- ers are, he will tell you that he has spent upwards of $100.00 per acre, or even more, on his improvements. This is why we believe that a good farm, well improved, is worth $150 per acre today. We have hundreds of well improved farms priced much lower than this, on terms that wall suit most any pocketbook. See Us First or Last McDonald & Co. Phone 120 Iowa State Bk. Bldg. CORN STORAGE INSURANCE No waiting—no delay—you get the right policy and coverage at once at very reasonable rates. Corn Storage Insurance Certificates issued here at our Algona office. Algcma Insurance Agencv ° R 'STlocated First Doo, NorOi of Iowa State Bank Iting Mrs. Dahl's sister. Mr. Dahl went to Chicago to attend the world's fair. Rev. and Mr*. O. Paul Carlson drove .o Blue Earth Monday evening and met the letter's mother, Mrs. Edward Mygaard of Minneapolis who Is vlslt- ng here this week with her daugh- er. Frank Tletz, son of Mr. and Mrs. 'rank Tletz, Sr., who was operated on t Marshalltown, last week, returned ome Saturday. Frank \s a student r the State School for the Blind at inton, Iowa. Tom Dalley's mother, Mrs. Margaret latley, arrived here Sunday from Illi- ols, where she had been visiting rela- ves. She expects to visit here for wo weeks and will then leave for her .ome in Hollywood, California. Mrs. Agnes Laldley and Marilyn Tierney of Mason City are visiting ere this week. Mrs. Laidley is visit- ng her daughter, Mrs. Howard Vinson nd Marilyn is staying with her grandmother, Mrs. George Holtzbauer. Henry Olson, president of Buena IsU college at Storm Lake, was a guest at the Rev. C. Paul Carlson home) "hursday evening. Friday he gave an ddress at the Presbyterian young People's conference at Lone Rock.. Mona Monlux, cousin of D. D. Mon- ux, arrived at the Monlux home on Tuesday evening for a week's visit. Miss Monlux was enroute to her home n Wagner, South Dakota, from Elkader, Iowa, where she had visited with relatives. Mrs. M. P. Weaver spent last week n Hampton, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Phillip Schemel, and returned here Friday evening. Dur- ng her visit there, Mrs. Weaver states ler grandson, Mart, had an attack of the measles, but is getting along nice- y now. A 7% pound boy was born Tuesday to Mr. and Mrs. John Schimmel on West College street. The Schlm- meLs hav'_- two other sons and three daughters. Mrs. Wilbur Holdren is caring for mother and child. The day of the child's birth was also Mr. Schimmel's birthday. Misses Elda, Amelda and Either Lavrenz attended a banquet given by tiie Young People's society at Whit- .emore, Wednesday, October 10. The >ociely celebrated its tenth anniversary. The three girls were former members of this club. Over 150 attended, including present, former und iuture members. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Goeders and daughter, Helen, Norman Walker and his brother, Harold, drove to Sunday where they were the dinner tuests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rusene Mr. Rosen« is a member of the fish and game commission. From ther Helen and Norman took Harold Walker to Ames where he Is a student he Iowa State College. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Fraser and son Kenneth, and Mrs. Fraser's mothtr Mrs. Eva Germann, spent the week ^.-nd in Des Moines at the home o Attorney and Mrs. C. W. Corner and ulso made the- acquaintance of the Gunners' new daughter, Kay, born 011 Algona with her mother, Mrs. L. C. Harisen. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Perry of Des Mfcines were guestb at the Charles Potter home from Wedn4sda|y until Sunday. W. J. Becker, H. D. ClRpsaddli; and H. L. Hoenk returned Monday evening after a fishing trip through nothern Minnesota. Francis Lonergan and a friend. Mr Thorson, both of Des Moines, spent the week end here visiting friends and relatives. Wm. Dau and D. C. Mahan came home Thursday from Lake Winnebi- goshlsh where they had been fishing since last Thursday. Mrs. P. J. Braner left last Friday evening for Valparaiso, Indiana, to visit Erwln Braner, who Is a student of the Valparaiso university. I/re Livlngtons returned to his home In Harpers' Ferry, Iowa, Thursday evening after visiting here for several days at the W. J. Payne home. Andrew Bestenlehner returned to his home in Ottumwa, Iowa, Monday, after vlMttng a week at the homes of his brothers, Joe and Frank in Whittemore. Mrs. W. B. Guy and sister, Mrs. M. E. Nonnandln and Keith Kelpp all of Colfjnc, were visitors at the Andy Johnson home. Mrs. Guy is the mother of Mrs. Johnson. Inez Potter was absent from the James drug store Monday and spent the time In Fort Dodge attending a Rexali drug convention which was held in Hotel Warden. Arthur Helberg, who has been having trouble with an infection on his toe, is Just recovering from a siege of the flu with which he has been suller- A. H. Stock spent the week end in Storm Lake at the home of his brother. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Leaverton moved their household goods from the old Parsons farm south of town to a in Humboldt, where, because Mr. Leaverton was appointed game warden for Wright. Humboldt and Pocahontas counties, the Leavertons will make their home. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Godden left: Friday to attend the Iowa-Nebraska football game at Lincoln, Nebraska, Saturday. From there, they continued to St. Joseph, Missouri. wh«re Mr. Godden expected to attend a meeting Mrs. Mary Simons. Raloh and Mel- vlna spent Friday at the Math Bormann home. Mrs. Wm. Wiener and family were Sunday afternoon visitors at the P. F. Immerfall home. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Cink visited Sundav afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Otto Bcckman. Miss Ellen Simons, who is cmnlovcd at Aluona soent Sundav with her mother, Mrs. Mary Simons. Mrs. Anna Huschka and Mrs. A. J. Fehr drove to Irvinorton last Wednesday afb:rnoon on business. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Arndorfer and family of Clarion Jo:nt Sundav at the Leo and Wm. Arndorfer homes. Leo Ludwle and his mother. Mrs. George Ludwlg drove to Acklev Sun- dav to spend the dav with relatives. Ing the past week. 43-43 September 25th. The Prasers also visited their daughter, Arlene, who is it esdinri COCO colkge. Mrs. A. L. Long's oldest brother, A. D. H. Jackson, and his wife of Seat- It;, Washington, and her youngest Brother, J. T. Jackson and his wife ol "laHUr.ore, Maryland, were guests at '-e Long home here ow the week d From here the two couples went New Hampton to visit th_< men's •other. J T. Jackson Is well known i many Algous people, having a'- •rded and graduated from the high '•"nil here. A. Dwlght Hoy of De* Moines was a wteek end guest at the T. H. Chrts- chllles home. Mr. Hoy and Mr. Chris- chllles became friends while attending Belolt College. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Larson have moved to Algona and have taken rooms at the home of Mrs. Jesse Willey. Mr. Larson is a representative of the Singer sewing machine. Mrs. Anna Hartman of Hollywood, California, came Tuesday of last week for a visit with her brother-in-law, Gus Romcr and his sons. She plans to be here for two or three months. Herbert French and Dale Davidson spent the week end In Algona with relatives and friends. Herbert is with the Botsford Lumber yard at Mankato and Dale is with a sewing machine firm. Mrs. H. Wessels, Miss Helen Wcs^els, Mrs. Charles Bausman and Mrs. Wm. Flessa of Ackley, Iowa, and Mrs. Hattie Smith of EJdora, Iowa, were Friday visitors at the J. Robert Hoerner home. Fred Anderson left Wednesday afternoon of last week for Findlay, Ohio, where he was to visit his daughter, Mrs. Will Presnell. He will also visit other relatives asd friend* In that vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Dore Freeh returned the middle of last week from Waterloo where they had attended the Dairy Cattle Congress. Mrs. LeRoy Ditsworth had charge of their pop corn stand white they were away. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Fastings of Marshalltown. were Sunday visitors at the Arthur Helberg home. Mr. Fastings was a former barber here and the couple made their home here before novlng to Marshalltown. Nick Barbaras of Cranford, New Jersey, returned to his home Monday evening after spending two days here with his father, Nick, wJio, at this time, is seriously ill at the home of his daughter, Mrs. John Bteser. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Cumrnings of Des Moines were guests of Dr. and Mrs. F. E. Sawyer over the week end. They were accompanied her Saturday by Philomna Quinn who had visited at th« Cummnlgs' home last week. P. K. Hobhs of Minneapolis arrived here Saturday after Mrs. Hobbs who has bten visiting here teveral weeks with her sisters and father. Nick Barbaras Mr. and Mrs. Hobbs returned to their home Sunday evening. Fred and Maurice Bartholomew, Ernst Thiel, George Spongberg, County Herman and Bert Baldwin returned Tu.sday evening from Cats Luke where they had spent ten days fishing. The group stayed at the Algona cottage. Mrs. Herman Schounmacher and daughter, Evelyn, of Sanbora, Iowa, and anptlur daughter. Mri. Spit-d- ling of Waterloo, were guests over the week end at the Eddie Ostruni home. Mrs. OttruiiL is a daughter of Mrs. Schoonma.chptr. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Foster left here Friday morning, stopped at Mount Vernon for their daughter, Mary Eli- of the members of the regional committee of the monument code. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Cullen and children of Mason City were visitors Sunday at the home of Mrs. Cullen's father, A. Streit In Algona. They also visited Maurice's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Cullen at Whittenvore and took Mrs. Cullen home with them for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Duffy, who live two miles south and a half mile west of Whittemore, are the parents of a baby boy which was born a week ago last Saturday. The child weighed 8 pounds and has been named John Lew- Is. Mrs. Duffy Is the former Dorothy Bestenlehser and this Is the Duffy's first child. Mr. and Mrs. Will Bourne, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Whitney, Mr. and Mrs. A, A. Bishop and daughter, Ruth and Marlon Rising spent Sunday at Pilot and enjoyed a picnic supper there. They reported an immense crowd in the state park who were attracted by the recently built and dedicated tower. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Larson and son Neil of Farmington, Minnesota, arrived here Sunday for a short visit with the Henry Lavrenz and John Duttot families. Mrs. Larson is a niece o Mr. Lavrenz and Mrs. Out ton. Th Larson family also visited Fred renz. Sr., who Is a great-grandfathe of their son. Nell. Emma Spongberg, who teaches In the schools at Peyette this year, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Al Spongberg. Mrv and fcvErs. Spongberg. accompanied by Mary Harris, who had been a Sunday dinner guest, took Emma back as far as Humboldt and from thfcre she went to Fayette with Mr. and Mrs. Dllllon. Mr. Dllllon is the music instructor In the schools there. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. LaBarre and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Deal returned home Sunday from an eastern trip made by auto which took them to New York City, Buffalo, and other eastern points- They stopped in Washington, D. C., and while there saw Charles Akre. who is employed in the legal department of the Riggs bank, and W. K. Ferguson, who Is in charge of the rare book department of the Congressional library. They were gone twelve days. Mrs. Marv Fasbender is the nroud owner of a new Chevrolet, coach, our- chased from the Weslev Auto Co. on Saturday. Josejih Wltte and his sister. Ann. accompanied bv Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Seller drove to Okoboll Sundav to spend the dav. Miss Lorraine Arndorfer accompanied by her sister and husband. Mr. and . Leo Goetz of Weslev drove to owa Cltv Saturday to see the lat- ter'e babv daughter. New! Carter's " J I F F O N " Nevabind Infants' Shirt 75c No pins, tapes or buttons . . . none of the things that bother babies on these comfortable garments "Jiffon" shirts slip on easily over the head and stilj fit smoothly around the neck . . .their sleeves are specially designed for free-swinging "arm ac tion." Fine Wool Fabrics in In fants' to 2-Year Sizes. A Nice Hot Juicy Vegetable Hamburger or a plain one for your snack at Mrs. Oscar Anderson's —formerly the Barbeque Cafe east of the Masonic Try our Home Made Soups and Hot or Cold Cblckenr Sandwiches Meals -—35c Plate lunch 25c All kinds of short orders Mrs. O. A. Anderson Former Irvington Resident Passes Irvlnuton: Friends In this vlclnltv will be surorised to hear of the death of Mrs. H. B. Neuman who Dossed awav at her home in Maroa, 111., on Wednesday, Oct. 10. Burlai was made there Friday afternoon. The Neuman family lived for tight years on the farm now tenanted bv the Paul Hurn family, later llvine east and south of Irvlnirton. In 1928 they moved to Burt and a few vears afterwards returned to their old home at Maroa. 111. Carrier on Vacation Bern Terhune Irvington's efficient mall carrier, U havinsr his yearly vacation of 15 davs granted bv the eov- errunent. He will soend his time around home r<'stine. In the mean time natrons on the route will nc/t be netr- leeted for want of service as Morris Parsons, competent assistant carrier itarted work as substitute on Tuesdav morning. WEEK-END VALUES Mu i tard, quart Jar 13c Catsup, large size, 14 ox bot. lie Purupkin, No. Z idzc can ....7c Cabbare, aoUd hoadu, Ib. .. .2>',c Ginger Snap*, 2 b«. Georgte Porjle or Omar Wheat Cereal, pfcf. .. .21c Roya Ann Cherries, ty t she 19o Pancake Four, 20-oz tlze pkf. 9c All cnta of Fancy Baby Beef.. For real meat* riven ufl a trial. AT kinds of bushel Apple*. Complete Line of Fremh Fruits, Meats and Vegetable*. Top Price for H. R. Sorensen & Co. Phone* 138 and 139 vwuwvwuws zabeth. a student at Cornell, aud thai evening visited at the hoin-.- of Mr. Foster's brother at Dubuque. From there they went to Belolt, Wls., to witness the football game toet*K«n Beluit and Cornell. They also visited Dr. and Mrs. E. C- Hurtuiau at Ja&esville, Wisconsin, before returning to Mount Vernon aud then Algona. A fact, inter, it- lug to Algoulans. who luuw Dr. and Mrs. Hartmarj when they lived litre. U the death of his mother, who Lived Ui Broadhead, Wisconsin. Her death occurred about two weeks ago and was .-nu.'t'd by a heart attack. Mr. and Mrs. J«>ss Bedell arrived Monday afternoon for a visit at. UK home of Mrs. Sam Reuoer. Mrs. K. P. Ronev will entertain hi Sunday School of Iti ouuils 01 Saturday afternoon a^ a HalluweVn uartv at thu church annex. Friends of L. T. Griffin will tx- t'i'jcl to luar he Is slowlv recovering at Ii • home of hUs daUL'hUT. Mrs. Miittie Urch at We.->i Concord. Minn. Armor Lemok.- and Fri-d Geiirel wt-i" umunx those who recently atk-ml.' 1 the annual nicetina if the Koisuih & Hancock Oil Co. at Wt-slev. Wm. Champion has movi'd into th David Blvlhe and will work for Jolm Frunkl. The Wilfred Johnson lamilv will movi- to Aluonu. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Arnold of Ortvi villu. Minn., vi.siu.-d relatives and Irlvuds here last wt-ek. re'urnine to their home on last W-.duestiav. Florence Black, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James BUtck of Irvington reiimnd to her home at Rich Point after spendinic the soiiuner at Fort Collins. Colorado. Harry Christensen. bricklayer, w 1 lias been workiiiK on tite Mawdsk-v barn, completed his lob the flnt of last week and w-uit to Belmuiid where he has emolovment. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wlnandv and children arrived last Tuesday at the- Jtlin Sitnon. Sr.. home for a visit On Sunday evtnina thsv were eiuertali>..-<i at dinner at the Earl Miller ho-re Mrs. Ida Holdren of Hu'chin.soii Kansas, sister of Ben Terhune. accom- uaiii'.-J bv Mr. and Mrs. Harwv Juhn- ion of Aluona and Mr. uud Mrs. John Rich of the H'bartou neighborhood, returned last Thursday ia-o.-u El-'in 111., where they visited Mrs. Waiter BarrinKer. si.-ter of Mrs. Rich M' Uoldn-n will not. r-luru to her ! c-" • In Kansas for ;.ome 'line. V\AftArtAArWirW\AWY%rWbVWL^^ No Heating Stove Compares with a Circulating Heater (iniary liurnni; III.- lll'illi Then KvtTV comer ot" room is warm, as well as the floor which i.s always cold with an or- lim- of coal and oil till time to install u llotcntol Oil Jiurni'i' in furnace. Set- l.'s At Once. Also some good used coal ranges at prices that will move them. We need the room for new merchandise coming in daily. EASY TERMS GREATER VALUES Bj ustrom's Algona, luwa. Sj^jVVJWVWWWAWYSAArV^^

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