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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona Iowa, November 8, 1934 Mr. and Mrs. J. w. Little and family visited relatives in Humboldt on Sunday. Mary Mitchell, employed In Mason City, spent Sunday here visiting her sister, Dora. Kate Skinner, teaching at Fort Dodge this year, spent Sunday with relatives and friends here. Mrs. Theo Herbst was confined to her bed the first of this week with an attack of the flu. Leona Llchter attended the homecoming at Coe College at Cedar Rapids over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lynk were dinner guests Sunday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Weber at Irvlngton. Bernadette Barbaras left here Friday for Decorah where she will make an extended visit with friends. Ruth Ward returned to her home in Humboldt Sunday after concluding a visit over the week end with her friend, Meredith Lathrop. Catherine McCall's pupils will give n piano recital next Sunday afternoon, beginning nt three o'clock at the Con- gr-epational church. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. A. White and son, Don, went to Iowa City Sunday to visit another son. PPTV. Perry is a student at the University. W. H. Smith, overseer of PWA work In surrounding counties and roomer at th-- W. A. Foster home, spnnt the week end nt his home in Newton. Palmer Sellstrcrn left Saturday for St. Peter, Minnesota, and returned here later In the day with the C. E. Sjo- strands and his sister, Dorothy. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Minkler of Waverly visited In West Bend Sunday and p.l"o visited her-; at the home of the former's sister, Mrs. H. D. Hutchins. Wade Hansen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hansen, has taken a position as clerk at Akre's Food Store, and be- finn work Monday morning of this week. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Specht, Mrs. Mary Smith, Mrs. Harvc" Coleman and Mrs. Tom Dailey attended the funeral of Wm. Aalderks nt Lakota Friday afternoon. Veronica Kcnefick of Eagle Grove and her guest, Marian Klnsey of Nrw York, were visitors of trie former's brother. Dr. John Keneflck nnd family Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mercer, D. Wayne Collins, Magnus Uchter and Loretta Howie were among those from here who attended the Ames homecoming football game. Mrs. F. L. Tribon Will sell all the furniture in the old Galbraith home Tues., Nov. 13, 9 a. m. There »r» many aolld walnut piece*, two complete bedroom lets tables, chairs, bookcases, desks, large mlrrori 2 dlnlnfe tabks, 4 dressers, radio table, sanitary couch, 4 cupboards, rugs, mattresses, laundry stove, desks, square piano, $10. No inspection, no sale until 0 a. m. Tuesday. M». nnd Mrs. Clifford Clark and the letter's mother, Mrs. R. E. Brown, are new making their horn- in Ames. The three plan to live there during the winter months nt least. Mrs. A. H. Nelson, who with her daughter, Dorothy moved to Cedar Falls this summer, returned to her home there Wednesday, after visiting friends here since Friday. Mrs. E. A. schemel r.nd son, Mart of Hampton, returned with a groun of their Algona visitors Thursday and visited here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Weaver, until Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Johnson, on South Thorington street, enjoyed a visit Monday from the latter's uncle, M. B. Scott and wife of Clifton, Colorado, and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Dolan of Palisade, Colorado. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Peterson have moved into a house on East McGregor str-et just west of Mrs. Jessie Dal- zlcl's home. Mrs. Peterson visited at the home of her daughter in Esther- villf- over the week -end. Mrs. Gorge St. John underwent an rpcrntion for the removal of her gall bladder Thursday of last w-eek nt St. Mary's hospital at Rochester. Mr. St. John reports that she is well on the way to recovery at this time. Mrs. Al Falkenhnlnsr had a serious fnll on the stairway in her home on Monday and was quite seriously injured In her back and side. No bones wcfe broken, however, and she is now able to get around the house a little. Mrs. R. H. Miller accompanied h-sr parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. .G. Thompson of Esthervllle to Iowa City and Cedar Rapids where they visited on Thursday and Friday of last week. Mrs. Miller has a brother, living at Towa City. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Teach attended the Swift & Company convention held in Iowa Falls the latter part of last week. Mr. Teach is the manager of the Iccal Swift & Company ofTice at the prc:cnt time, during Matt Lnmuth's nbicncc. The D. C. Mahnns have rented Mrs R. E. Brown's hcuse on West Slate street and moved into the house Wed- rc.vday of lar-t week. The Mahnn house on North Woc.-ter street was bought by Ted Powell and his wife who arc now living there. Mrs. L. G. Baker nnd son, Dttrwood were in Kanawha Friday and there attended the funeral of Mrs. Omar Mn- land and Infant daughter who passed away Tuesday at the Mason City hospital. Mrs. Maland and Mrs. Baker were very good friends. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Doty of Fredericksburg were here last w-:ek looking after business matters and visiting the latter's mother, Mrs. Julia Brace. They returned to their home Saturday. Mrs Brace will spend the winter months with her daughter, Lettie, In Waterloo. Those from her? who were witnesses to the Ames-Kansas football game were: Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bohannon Hal Cowan, Vivian Dale, Mr. and Mrs H. M. Potter. Mr. and Mrs. W- B. Eaton, Hekn Gocders and Norman Walk- ei> Esther Pratt, and Dr. and Mrs. L W. Pox. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hartvir of Fort Dodge were guests at the Morion Burbank homo Sunday afternoon. The Hartvlgs formerly lived here and Mr Hartvls was employed in the Huenhoki Greenhouse. Mr. Hartvlg is now foreman in the Becker Greenhouses at Fort Dodge. Among those who attended th Michigan-Minnesota football game nt Minneapolis were: Joe Lowe. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Waller, Bob LaBarre, Bud Isaacson, Owen Mathes, Bob DewKl, Frank Lathrop, Bob and Dick Post, Paris Miner, Bob McCullough and Maurice Michel, Mr. nnd Mrs. George Elbert and Bertha Kuchenreuther. A well laundered SHIRT does improve a MAN'S APPEARANCE A NEAT APPEARANCE DOES COUNT! Scientific handling and the use of soft water and pure soap give a fresh, clean, distinctive appearance and add to the life of a shirt. The art of ironing shirts lias reached such a proficient stage that shirts are so laundered that they look as though you purchased them new. SEND US HIS SHIRTS Tlie most fastidious man wiil w; Satisfied. Kirsch Laundry Phone 267 roajQft0»:acto0»jC^£>ox>moaoo:^ White's Grocery WEEK END SPECIALS Cookies plain and fancy, 2 Ib. bag Coffee good quality, 3 Ibs Syrup 5 Ib. dark 28c, 10 Ib. dark __. 5 Ib. light 30c, 10 Ib. It. 53c 50c Sweet Potatoes,,.* Yellow Jersey, / Sf* 10 Iba " UV Potatoes Irish Cobblers, per peck Sugar fiine granulated, 10 Ibs. __ FLOUR—On account of delay from the mill, we are caught out of sonic of our brands of Flour. We are going to give you a brand failed SILK FINISH. The regular price is $1.H9, out it goes at $1.73, giving you a real Having on this class of Flour. i£Qa^£t&fta&c&aa&a&&ftft^ r?tty Backus spent the week end vjth relatives in Spirit Lake. Robert Gorr of Dubuque was a caller nt HK A. A. Bisliop home Sunday. Irvin Ander.son of Ames spent Sunday with his sister, Mrs. Viola Bishop. Clare Coon of Estherville visited his friend, Haifold Blinkman, here Sunday. Theo. Swnlv-r is a patient of the General hospital suffering with rheumatism. Eileen, Riddle and I/etha Walburg were visitors ever the week end in Webster City with th-? latter's sister. Rev. and Mrs. M. A. Sjostrand attended the instalatlon of Rev. Elmer Salhgren. Augustana Lutheran minister at Spenezr, Monday evening. Betty Baclcus drove to Port Dodge Monday evening where she met her mother, Mrs. Sid J. Backus of Des Moines. Mrs. Backus is visiting her.i a few days. Gordon Stephenson, student at Drake University, visited here Friday and Saturday. Gordon was employ-rd during the summer months at the Modern Dry Cleaner;. Mrs. H. V. Hull and children. Harry, Jr., and Patricia Mae. returned Sun- clay evening after visiting since Thursday with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Pierce. Mr. nnd Mrs. Burdctte Agard nt- t-'nded the 25th anniversary celebration of M. C. Nelson of the Equitable Life Insurance Company of the United States, held nt Hotel Fort Des Moines last week end. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Lamuth left on Sunday morning for Rochester, Minnesota, where they expected to visit a few days with their daughter, Eleancr, who Is receiving nurses' training in St. Mary's hospital there. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Evans and their daughter, Kathleen, returned Sunday evening from Wyman, Iowa, where they had visited their son, Wallace and family. The Evanses also visited in Des Monrs cnroute to Wyman. Mrs. H. R. Cowan received word on Monday that her father, D. T. Smith, who is a patient in the hospital at Kirksville, Missouri, is very much improved nnd that he will be abl" to come home in about a week or ten days. Bob Harrington drove to Manknto Saturday afternoon and returned with his sist-or, Bernice Harrington and Janet Zerfass. students at Mankato Commercial College. Mre. Harrington and Bob drove them back again Sunday nfternocn. Four ladies from here attended the Mr. and Mr?. Conrad Ri = trui find Mr. i tnrt Mr.'. Au<tu«:t Kix'H of Ventura were juests at the home of Louis Hintz las' Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Max Bast and daughter nnd Mrs. Ernestine Bast nnd Miss Alma Bast werr LuVerne visitors last Sunday afternoon. The 400th anniversary cf the translation of the Bible by Dr. Martin Luther was celebrated last Sunday nt the Trinity Lutheran church. The program consisted of rrcitation by the :hildren and songs by a group of girls and the members of the Bible class. Rev. P. J. Braner preached the sermon showing the blessing of th? Reformation. A large crowd attended. Review of Week Activities From Burt Community Burt: Mr. and Mrs. George Koestler, Mr. and Mrs. Iver Nordin and son. •laemond Koestler were dntner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Jim ChrisKn- sen. Violet Long spent the tv:ck end with 1a Woltz. Jay Graham helped Claude Sigs- )ce build a corn crib last week. I,. R. Daniels nnd daughter w-:re rlinncr gu/ita nt the C. E. Mcore home unit me-: ting of the Foreign Missionary society of the Methodiit church at Ayrshire Tuesday of last week were: Mrs. A. A. Biihop, Mrs. Ed Carney, Mrs. W. G. Muhleman and Mrs. W. H. Hodges. Dick Cowan, son of Mr. and Mrs, H. R. Cowan, and student at Iowa State College at Ames, was on the sick list last week with a case of flu He spent a few days in the hospital there, but la almobt completely recovered now. Mr. and Mrs. John Etherington, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Strayer and son and Misses Mae and Wilma Etherlnigton went to Wlnnebago, Minnesota, Saturday to spend the week end at the country home of friends near there, returning Sunday. evening. Jenn Cooney, employed as clef'k downstairs at Chri3ten»;n Brothers store, returned to work Monday after being absent a week. Miss Cooney ha; ; been forced to stay hcme becaus. of an infection on the back of her neck, which proved very painlul. W. L. Whitney l?ft Monday evening of last week for St. Paul, where he visited with his son, Howard. Tuesday, Tom Trainer is at the University lospital at Iowa City for medical reatmcnt. Mr. nnd Mrs. B. L. Phelps spent Sunday at the A. N. Halv-:rson home near Thompson. W. J. Lockwood family have moved into the Hudson house in the north part of town. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Welsbrod of Fenton spent Sunday here at the Wm. Bocttchcr home. Mrs. Cosgrove and Mrs. White visited at the W. E. Stnhl home on Friday of last week. R. H. Ortman was operated on for appendicitis at the hospital in Algona last Saturday. Mr .and Mrs. Charles Olson and daughters spent Sunday at Cylinder at the Elmer Lee home. Mrs. M. L. Vlnans was called to DCS Moines last week by the death of her brother, Steen Olson. Mr. nnd Mrs. Elmer Hansen of Brlce- lyn. Minn., spent Sunday here at th' 1 George Koestler home. Mr. nnd Mrs. S. M. Peterson are visiting their son, L'land Leland and family at Minneapolis. Oriel Brook of Iowa City spent the week end here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Brooke. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Buell were dinner guests at the Dr. R. M. Wallace home in Algona Sunday. W. D. Kearns Is home from Wesley where he visited at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Will Carman. Tom Brooks of Alhambra, California, has been visiting at the W. B Broks home for several days. Miss Irene Aten left Sunday to resume her school duties at FalrVkw consolidated school near Alta. Misses Ella Woltz and Violet Long entertained their Sunday School class at the Wolta home Friday night. Mrs. Kate Dittmer and daughter, Miss Josephine of Algona spent the w;ek end at the Claude Sigsbee home. Sunday was Ruby Sanderson's 18th birthday and she entertained a number of friends in honor of the occasion. Mr. Fardul and s:vern! of the hlph b; ys drove to Mason City on Mrs. Whitney drove to Mcdford. Min- : 'Sunday to hear the national champion , where she met him. They vv;- bund. The little daufiht r of Mr. nnd Mrs. Claude Uearcli was quite badly In- jnrod la.st week when die fell down .•.liiir.s. Betty Christensen celebrated her 10th birthday Tuesday by entertaining a number of her frii ml.-; and : ehool- ikd at the home of Mr. Whitney'; cousin, Ezra Beardsley, and returned here Wednesday. The Merritt Funeral Home last week installed th-j first illumlnaticl elrctric clock Algona has had. The clock has been erected on the front porch nnd Is about two by four fcet in size with n:nt s. a neon border and the hands r.nd lace, Marjorle Pannkuk went to Iowa Cltv illuminated from behind. *- ' ' ' some and metropolitan. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bishop and their daughter, Ruth, drove to St. Paul Sunday of last we-sk where they met the former's mother, Mis. Margaret Bishop. The elder Mrs. Bishop has been visiting with another son at Superior, Wisconsin, during the summer and will spend the winter months with her son here. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Deal and daughters, Owen and Irma Lee and Mrs. Deal's mother, Mrs. Morlan, were visitors in Des Moines over the week end. Mir. Deal atBended 'a regional code meeting of the master painters and the other four visited Mrs. Deal's sister, Opal Morlan, winfo Is taking a course in a beauty school there. Reports are that Dr. C. J. Scan- Ian, chiropractor, Is enjoying a nne In Rockwell City since setting up practice there August 1st. Rockwell City is about 75 miles from here and has a population of a little over two thousand. "Doc" was formerly ai- iuciated with his brother, Dr. P. C. Scanlan, in the Sanitarium here. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Sjostrand of St. Peter, Minnesota, wer. visitors on Saturday and Sunday at the home of thx.ii- son, Rev. M. A. Sjostrand. The were accompanied from St. Peter to Algona by Gerlrud NeU.jn ami Uurothy Sellitrom. students at C;u. v -tavuj Adolphus college. The girls vbitvd at their respective horn s. State Comptroller C. B. Murtagh weusj in town a few minutes Monday night and barely had time to say hello to some of his frk nds. Charley lias made a wonderful record for economy and hi.s pood work in the comptroller's office has ueen one of the main assets in the late campaign. Charley is one of the most popular men in the ^tate hcuse. Wm. Moore of DeKalb, Illinois, son ol Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Moore, is visiting here at this time with his parents and oilier relatives. He al--o brought his year and a lutlf old son, Dewey, who will remain here s-wral mouths at the home of his uncle, Jim Moore. It is hand- j^ ww k, where ^he will rosuniv treatment for her eyes at the University hospital. Mrs. Elizabeth Ringsdorf returned to the home of her son, Fred, Saturday after visiting Mrs. Myrtle Ringsdorf at Bancroft. The U. and I. Circle will meet on Friday at the home of Mr». Charles Mann with Mrs. Jim Bewick as assisting hostess. Mrs. D. L. McDonald and little son arrived hom e Saturday from the hospital at Algona, where they have been for several days. Mrs. J. P. Cunningham arrived home from Iowa City last wvek. Mrs. Cunningham is getting along nicely following her operation. The Haines brother.-- of Algona are building a cistern al the Dr. R. M. Wallace farm which is occupied by the W. E. Grover family. The !\" .• H-:t;i' Warda and Esther Oeddeii and ClifloM Schradnr tpent Fi'idav at the FreU Ringsdorf honu. 11 wa.s Warren';, birthday. Mr. mid Mrs. II. S. B!» .s in. Mrs. J. W. Sullivan and Mr. anil Mr.v Wade Sullivan t.-l Algona .-pent Sunci w aft!i • S. J. A mi.'iib r iii n'i'ive-, nf MI- na :;•(". . -ji'iit Tue.,da" at her It tt.i Mr-. Hicnv 1 .; K:M'd Hr;!.*' i- An- .rk. is well ami doe., all of her uv-ii Eth. 1 Ma • Alell i lit ••:''. :i''i (i I.e;- -;;i >day Sch;;ol clas; nt a H ill >".'' ' • '. ;vr ; -| ty at hr-r honu last Thursday even- Ing. Miss Alice Eighine is t.ai-h'r ul' th-. cln..ss. A babv Mrs. Juki week. Al for Mrv been ll::.r.i -.1 S:.::!•'. JV.'.n. Larry. ti:i- . : i'!i t.n months old son of Mr. ami Mr . Clillorii Holding was operated on lor hernia at the Algona hospital the latter part of last week. Miss 8i!'>.u-r ii a i ' HI;; at the Holding home Supt. iinj Mr.-. IV). 11 aid Weir weiv called to Sussex. Wisconsin, last we. k was b >i'ii to Mr. and Iliini Thursday of la-t .•'iani; Hnvder is eann« nl. The daughter hi'.-s lu-y returned Mrs. Weir's moth- Wm. U a graduate of the' Algona hlgh, bv the dL ' alh °' Ml ' s - Weir's father, . . Vrt*,- . , ™ r "^ iv«..i"iil r in, ... »..«.,,->-...^J Km.io school in 1925 and at the present time is the owner of a mtn's clothing store in DeKalb. Mrs. Forrest Twofjood left last Thursday for Los Angeles, California, where she was to join her husband, who la assistant basketball coach at the University of Southern California. Mr. Twugood, who had be-in playing with the Toledo baseball club during tii« summer, ieturui-d to L-s Angeles some weeks ago, leaving 1m wife fur a uiw\> extended visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Haggard in Algooa. Mrs. Twogood was taken to AJB£& where the boarded the Gclden State Limited. W. D. McGill. Sunday evening er died in July. Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Smith and children took Mrs. Smith's sister, Mrs. Walter Boy-, to AJIW.-S on Sunday. Mrs. Boye has been visiting at '.he Smith home for several days, ajid re- tui'iK'd to her home in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Clark drove 'o Titonka Saturday to see Mrs. Clark's brother. Clarence Gralia.m. wlio wiio seriously injured when a team ran a\v- uv vvitli a load of corn last week. Mr. and Mrs. Clark brought, Mr. Graham to his yarents' hcine iiorthtiut oi town. GOEDERS I Thursday, Friday* Saturday Tlirrc final diiys of our (!re;i< Bartriiin Ciirnivjil -Hundreds of llirily shoppers have attended this ^renter vidne-^ivinu 1 event with expressed satisfae- tion. Additional shipments of ne\v items make possible this i>reat t'hree day sensational eveiu. Stitched Batts 72x90 good quality stitched own comforters from these comforter batts. Make ycur greater values, bet- KO«» ter batts, sale price 5J5Jv Silk Undies of pure silk crepe—--flips, step- in cheml. c «\ dancetb's. gowns and panties, cither lace trim ;>r tailored, all sizes Smart Oxfords Smart Sport styles in oxfords with solid leather soles, either two tcnc or solid colors, sizes 4 to 9 | AO Sale price •••W Brassieres Fine all silk crepe, perfect fitting, either tailored or lace trim tea rose, sizes O C A 32 to 38 on sale at fc *»i* Belding Silks All silk flat crepe, fine heavy quality, sure to wear better and look better, black, brown and 7 Of* navy • Ot* Outing Gowns Women's sizes in dninty pas- stel .stripes, 50 in. long and well tailored, all regular Sale price It's Fun to find Values Like These Silks Wools Knits Black Brown Colors Hrc.'illit'.s there ;i woman with soul so dead who doesn't lake an interest in a #00(1 value when she sees one! 1 \\'e think not! So there/sa thrilling 1 inie ahead for you when you look over our new $").!).") dresses and see what (J If AN I) BUYS and -rrand styles thev are. Sale of Coats Incl. Values up to $20 on sale at Incl. Values up to $30 on sale at 1575 26 75 Silks Pure silk plaids, luxurious heavy w;ave in gay color combinations. Black, brown, navy uiui green. 89c Wools 54 inch fine new wool and .silk and wool fabrics. Including beautiful plaids, tWeeds and .solid e,l- ors. 1.69 Prints The finest fast color bollproof prints in a wide selection of patterns unit colorings. Sale Price 17c Gloves Hose Pin-,' wa.ihable captskln gloves, IJtTiecl litling. A great-el- glove value with plenty of style. Black or brown. A large select lull ol suiurl bags 111 new rough grains aJid Uxv bark ult. cts. Black, bruvni. Pull lashiuiiud line weave sheer ulujfoji c»ilk hose. A greater value. Pall shades, all sue-a. 1.49 $1 49c

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