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The Algona Upper Pea Moinea, Algona, Iowa, May 6, 1936 Robert LftMMA, vtettey, b employed now as salesman and radio serviceman In Molecek's Radio -.Shop. Mr. and Mrs. Will Walker return last week from Zephyrhills Florida, where they have spent the winter. Ed Holecek will leave Thursday for Chicago to buy equipment for the manufacture of the antenna, which he Invented. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Reed visited on last Thursday and Friday In Eagle Grove with the former's niece, Mrs. Stewart McKay and husband. Mr. arid Mrs. Paul Wllley, Spirit ' Lake, spent Monday In Algona visiting with friends. Mr. Wllley is Caretaker at Gull Point Park. Lon Wright returned to his home from the Kossuth hospital Friday. He underwent an operation for a ruptured appendix some^dreeks ago. A. W. Amnnson spent list Thursday In Marshalltown. $e accompanied fclm«rr Elllngsen who went to Hie Deaconess hospital for eye treatment. Grac* Hoiiba, Mrs. Lyle Parti and Miss Kollasch of Bancroft, employed at Des Molnes, visited in Algona over the Week end with friends and relatives. Mrs. Htoyt Raney, Klemme, visited here with her mother, Mrs. Ann Zlttrltsch, and her parents-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Raney, Wednesday evening. Mrs. Raney Is a friend of Mrs. Geo. Lowborn, pianist for Kelly's Kellodians, and accompanied them here, returning later that evening. o •"*•>&&, BRAKES RELIHED W»TH BRAKE LINING AS tOW AS C Vic's Tire Service Phone 856 Valeria Plckett, daughter of Mrs. L. S. Muckey, will leave the Kossuth hospital Wednesday of this week. She underwent a major operation two weeks ago. 3. F. Overmy*r left Sunday for Port Dodge as a delegate from here to the Rotary convention which Is being held this week. Other Ro^ tarlans attended Monday evening. Mrs. Anna Griffith, Swea City, underwent a major operation at £he Kossuth hospital Saturday. Mrs. Griffith is the mother of E. F. Griffith. She is getting along nicely- Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Kelly drove to Minneapolis Saturday and returned the next day, accompanied by their son, Joseph, Jr., who has been visiting there the last few weeks. Mrs. O. Void, Rochester, and Miss Alice McNeely, St. Cloud, arrived Saturday at the home of Mrs. T. H. Chrlschilles. Mrs. Void left Sunday but Miss McNeely is spending this week here. Among those who will attend the dental convention at Des Moines on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of this week are Dr. and Mrs. H. M. Olson, Dr. L. G. Baker, Dr. Harry McCorkle, and Dr. C. D. Schaap. Mrs. Ray Ladcndorf left here on Saturday for Knoxvllle, Iowa, to visit at the home of her brother, Jim Devlin. She will also visit in Cedar Rapids with her mother, Mrs. Pat Devlin, before returning In about two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bjnstrom and children and Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Bjustrom and children visited in Stratford, Iowa, Sunday, with an uncle, Oscar Holstrum, who observed his 80th birthday that day. Mr. Holstrum still enjoys good health. Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Falrchild and children, Harold and Delores, and Mr. and Mrs. Emil Hedblom and daughter, Helen, all of Boone were guests at the H. D. Clapsaddle home Sunday. Mrs. Falrchild and Mrs. Hedblom are sisters of Mrs. Clapsaddle. Mr. and Mrs. E. 3. Hough and Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Hutchison left Sunday on a business trip to San Antonio, Texas. They expect to be gone about ten days and are motor- Ing in the Hutchison car. J. F. Finley, farmer living in Rlv- erdale township, recently purchased fifty evergreen trees and a few apple trees and two rows of buckthorn hedge plants which will add to the appearance of his farm and yard. Mr. Finley is a candidate for county supervisor. Vote for Finley for First District Supervisor Competent, perienced. dependable ex- J. F. Finley Riverdale Township 18-21* Vote For Carl Dahlhauser Democratic Candidate for SHERIFF -**•: t.; i * I will appreciate your support for the nomination in the coming June primary. 18-21 Call Theatre Register All Afternoon Every Tues. and Sat. Watch for fine entertainment on these days. Equal opportunity at both Call and Junior Theatres on Every Tuea. and Sat. Today—Gary Cooper and Marlene Dietrich in "DESIRE" Wednesday and Thursday, May 6-7 Thursday matinee at 2:30. Tops In Entertainment—New Grand production—top star value—fine story, Laugh all the way News and Short Subjects Friday, May 8 Family Night Buy One Ticket Bring the Entire Family 36c 36c TORN APART BY HATE! Coxu«dy -'College Dads" with Columbia University glee club. Story of boy. girl in college figuring haw to get spending money front dad. Saturday, May 9 Register special all afternoon. Continuous Show FASCHUTWGAND New* and JUtUe Dutch Plate Mm, P. E. K«nt drove to Rockwell City Monday and visited until Tuesday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. L*c Reed visited In Bagle Grove Friday with the former's niece, Mrs. Stewart McCabe. Mr. and Mr*. C. I*. Robinson Mid daughter, Jane, were business visitors In Des Molnes over the week end. Mrs. R. IS. M«ntel and son, Hugh, Ames, arrived Monday for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Weaver. Mis* Jenn Cooney drove here from Blue Earth Sunday and spent the day with Elizabeth and Trace Holtsbauer. Mr, and Mrs. O. A. Barnard and children were visitors in Winnebago Sunday with Mrs. Barnard's aunt, Mrs. C. A. Norman. J. W. Little and Franklin Jaqua, Humboldt, drove to Minneapolis on Thursday and returned that even- Ing with two new Bulcks. Mr*. Kenneth Samp, take Mills, and two sons came Sunday and will visit until Wednesday with her mother, Mrs. Nita Isaacson. Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Lund of Kan- ftakee, Illinois, arrived Saturday for a visit of several weeks with Mr. Lund's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lund. Mrs. Agnes Cook, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Grace Blanchard, for several weeks, left for her home in Fairmont, Minnesota, Friday morning. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Michaclson and family, Mrs. J. M. Oleson and Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Little, Sr.. all of Humboldt, sperit Sunday at the J. W. Little home. Mrs. P. V. Janse left here Saturday morning for Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, where she plans to visit several weeks with her daughter, Mrs. H. T. Miller. Mrs. Walter Dale and daughter, Mrs. Harold Cowan, Mrs. Arne Horsford and Mrs. Meda Redfleld drove to Mason City Wednesday of last week for the day. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. DeZellar and son, Jimmy, Sister M. Ellavene and Sister M. Isadore drove to St. Paul Srtturday and visited over Sunday with friends and relatives. Irma Dee Phillips spent Saturday night and Sunday in Ames and attended a formal dance nt the Iowa State College. Irma Dee was a guest at the Etnpting home. Mrs. Charlotte Parsons and her children, Phyllis and Dwlght, visited Saturday and Sunday in Webster City with the former's daughter, Mrs. Henry Douglass, and children. Mr. and Mrs. John Goeders returned Tuesday of last week from St. Paul where they had visited for three days with their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Kennedy. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Soronscn and slaughter, Jeanettc, returned Monday evening from Hutchison, Kansas, where they had visited two weeks with relatives of Mrs. Sor- cnsen. A large crowd was In attendance at the Methodist church Sunday evening at the organ recital presented by Claude Rose, Titonka. Mr. Rose plays the organ for the local Methodist church. Guy Butts, prominent Wesley banker, was a business caller In Algona Monday. He and his wife recently returned from Excelsior Springs, Missouri, where they had vacationed a few weeks. Richard Schmltz, Storm Lake, came Saturday and returned with his wife and their son. Peter. Mrs. Srhmltz and son have been visiting nbout ten days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. McMahon. Mr*. Mary Quinn returned to Woodstock, Minnesota, Sunday, where she makes her home with her son, LauRhlln. Mrs. Qulnn spent last week here with her daughters. Mrs. Joel Hcrb.st. Mrs. Peter Chubb and Madonna Quinn. Bertliu KuchenreuthPr drove to Des Molnes Saturday afternoon and visited over Sunday with the H. W. Mefferds. Mr. and Mrs. Mefferd are the parents of Gerald Mcfferd, who in taking a sea jaunt in a 40 foot schooner. He is now in Tahiti. Drennan M allies, Bob Post, Bob LaBarre and Bob Dewel drove to Iowa City and spent the week end there with friends attending the university. Eleanor Edge accompanied them as far as Mount Vernon where she visited her sister, Betty, student at Cornell. B. P. Hennon left Friday for Pack Wood, Iowa, where he has been transferred. Mr. Benson was the station agent and operator in the local M. & St. L. depot. Pack Wood is located in southeastern Iowa. Mr.'i. Benson plans tn remain here during the summer months. Mrs. B. W. Bluer, Clear Luke, and her sister, Mrs. Viola Knapp, Los Angeles, were guests at the A. R. Hansel] home Thursday and Friday. Mrs. Riiier is a mother of Mrs. Hanut-ii. Mrs. Knapp continued on to her home in Los Angeles and Mrs. Rincr returned to riear Lake. Kathlcrii anil ito.taniif Holtzbaii- cr and Hetty Barry drove to DCS Mimics Sunday to visit their aunt, Mrs. C. li M Smith. Kathleen and Hetty also attended a tea at the home of Maxinc Leonard, announcing her marriage to Charles Smith on May 27lh. Charles it. a cousin of the girls. Mr. and .Mm. A. L. Long and noil, Jack, spent Sunday in New Hampton with Mrs. Long's mother, Mrs. Ruth Jackson. Another daughter of the latter, Ruth, teacher at Halfa, also visited in New Hampton. The Long's daughter, Doris, teacher at Nora Springs, also visited her grandmother. Mr. and Mrs. tiurold t'owan moved Friday and Saturday into the upstairs apartments of the Cowan house on East North street. The apartments had been occupied by the Dr. C. C. Shierks who moved into the Fellows house on North street. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. McMahon moved from there over the week end to tli.i Wheeler apartments on East Call street. Several chaugea of residences have taken place in the past week. The diet Williams moved into their recently bought house on McGregor street and the W. G. Muhlemaus moved from there to their recently purchased house, bought of Joe Misbach. The Miubachs are now living in apartments over the MU- buch Clothing store. Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Pierce are occupying the house vacated by the Williams family. Mrs. F. E. Kent's mother, Mrs. M. E. Graham, Indlanola, is visiting now at the Kent home. Dr. and Mr*. H. M. Olson visited with the tatter's parents, Mr. end Mrs. P. J. Johnson, In Ruthven, Sunday. Dick Shackelford and a friend, both attending Simpson college in Indianola, spent the week end with the former's parents. Mr*. R. O. Richardson and son. Bob, spent Saturday and Sunday In Sioux City with Mrs. Richardson's father, Nels Olson, who is fll at this time. Mr. and Mr*. Clarence Shilte and son, Fred, drove to Milford Sunday to visit Mrs. Shllts' brother, Geo. W. Walter, and to see the ruins of the storm. Maurlne McCulIoagh and Leona Llchter visited from Friday until Sunday In Iowa City with the formers' brother, Bob, student at the University. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Widdel, of Fenton, and daughter, Mary, and son, Jimmy, spent Sunday In Algona, the guests of Dr. and Mrs. S. W. Meyer. W. C. Dan wan up and about town Monday morning greeting his many friends, after an absence of several weeks. Bill has been sick with trichinosis. Mrs. W. G. McCullough returned Thursday from Newton where she had been taking care of her mother, Mrs. Belle Geddes, who has been quite 111. Mrs. Geddes Is a little Improved in health. Emma Spongberg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Al Spongberg, has signed a contract to teach the second grade at West Union the next school year. She has been teaching at Fayette the past two years. Mrs. O. W. StIIIman and daughters, Ann and Marcia, and Mrs. Walter Good and Mrs. Sherman Anderson drove to Garner Wednesday where they spent the day with Mrs. Good's daughter. Mrs. Cecil Benner. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Peters, Glen Ellyn. Illinois, spent Saturday and Sunday In Algona. the guests of Mrs. Chet Long. Mrs. Peters Is a niece of Mrs. Long. The Peters were married Friday and Mrs. Peters is the former Jane Mller, who has visited In Algona several times before. Mrs. L. G. Thompson and daughter-in-law, Mrs. George Thompson and daughter, Mary, all of Esther- vllle visited In Algona Thursday with the former's daughter, Mrs. R. H. Miller. The visitors returned to their homes just after the storm which ravaged Esthervllle had ceased. Mrs. O. Paul Carlson received word that her father, Edward Nygaard, had fallen Friday evening at his home In Minneapolis and suffered a broken hip. Mr. Nygaard fell on the last step leading Into the basement. He is now a patient in the Swedish hospital. Mr. Nygaard Is 74 years old, and Is very active for his age. Mr. and Mrs. Frank ShIUs left Sunday for Hastings, Nebraska, to visit with Mrs. Shllts' daughter. Mrs. Merwln Foote and husband. Mr. Shllts will return by bus in a few days but Mrs. Shllts will remain for a longer visit. Mrs. Mary Laing accompanied them as far as Grand Island, Nebraska, to visit her sister and will return with Mrs. Shllts. Matt Lamuth left Sunday for Rochester, Minnesota, where he plans to go through the Mayo clinic this week. He was accompanied by H. M. Statlcr, Hampton Swift & Co. manager, who is • going throiiffh the clinic also. Mr. Lamuth will also visit his daughcr, KI- ennor, who is In her third yenr of nurses' training- nt St. Mary's hospital in Rochester. (Jiii-sts from Eagle Grove who were present nt the C. U. Holt home Sunday were: Dr. and Mrs. R. C. Sni;e. Dr. and Mrs. R. W. Van Zwol, Mr. and Mrs. Willnrd Knapp, Mr. nnd Mrs. M. B. Crabhn, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Holt, Mr. nnd Mrs. S. S. Bragdon, John Hrnneberry. Mildred Carmody, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Pylc, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Blake, Mr. and Mrs. William Grill and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Walton. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Burtls and daughter, Betty, with a friend, Miss Phyllis Llchty, of LuVerne, were Algnoa visitors Sunday, being brought here by the annual meeting of the LuVerne teachers and the board members of the LuVerne school held at the Algona Country Club. Mr. "Bubbs" Burtls, an important member of the Burtis family, was one of the party and visited with old friends on North Thorington street, where the family formerly made their home. Th« Academy senior Hint* pluy, "The Royal Masquerade/s," was presented Sunday evening and a large crowd was present. Tin- cast of characters included Gordon Kollasch. Evelyn Dole. Wilma Kapp, Stanley Patterson. Loren ('iiurlm-y, Marguerite Ostwinkli', John Daughan, Margaret Blilcy, Bernard Weaver, Hazel Walker. Dorothy McEnroe. Dolores Klbert, Elennora Klein. James Butler ami Mary Ellen Jennett. HENRY KUHLMAN SERIOUSLY ILL Well Known Resident of Irvington at Fort Dodge Irvington: Henry Kuhlman, a prominent citizen of this vicinity, for many years, is critically ill in the Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge. Mr. Kuhlman underwent a very serious operation a week ago last Monday. Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Kuhlman of West Bend and Mrs. Henry Kuhlman were Fort Dodge callers. However, due to his critical illness only tho members of the family are permitted to enter his room. A large crowd attended the dance last Friday evening and 35 signed up for membership in the reorganized club. Officers in charge are desirous of having a membership of about 80. The next dance will be held a week from Friday night and cards will not be mailed out. Mrs. Edward Blanchard, Jr., entered the Kossuth hospital last Sunday evening and on Monday morning submitted to an operation for gall bladder trouble. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cox entertained about twenty for dinner Sunday. Those enjoying the courtesy were the Donald and B. F. Sparks families, the Earl Millers of Burt, and Mrs. Judd Brown of Boone. Other relatives from Boone arrived and were guests for the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Haldeman, Mrs. Sam Reaper of Irvington, the Florin Hunts, Mrs. Cora Hunt, Miss Veronica Cowing of Bancroft and Mr. and Mrs. Grover Reed of Algona were all Sunday visitors at the Charles Reaper home on East McGregor Street extended. Mrs. M. E. Blanchard spent three days last week at Lone Rock visiting at the home of her daughter, who was just released from quarantine. Mr. and Mrs. Sebastian Kramer are improving their home by doing some remodeling. A kitchen and an extra room upstairs are being added. Stomach Operation Orville Corrlck, hired man for Barney Frank!, was operated on last Wednesday for ulcers of the stomach at the Kossuth hospital. Mr. Corrick's home is in Grinnell. Dancing Club The Irvington dancing club has been reorganized. Membership cards may be purchased for one dollar, or those not desiring to do so, will be allowed to attend by paying a single admission. As soon as the funds In the treasury are exhausted, new membership cards will be Issued. the Cresco Embroidery club on Wednesday. The pupils in school district number 4, Cresco township, entertained their parents and friends at an Impromptu program last Friday afternoon. Wayne Barr. son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Barr. returned to his home last week from the Kossuth hospital where he recently underwent an appendicitis operation. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Clrxhaugh and the Forbus Stiltz were all Sunday guests of the O. L. Millers. The C. J. Gross family of Lone Rock spent the day at the Edward Mawdsley home. Mrs. Ralph Lage and her mother, Mrs. Alice Duryen, accompanied the Ralph Campbells of Seneca last Wednesday to LuVerne where they attended the funeral of Elmer Green. Mr. Green was a nephew of Mrs. Duryea and a cousin of Mrs. Lage. Mr. and Mrs. John Gray, Mr. and Mrs. John Franklin and Mrs. John Lee, all of Winnebago, Minn., were Sunday guests nt the Richard and Sim Leigh homes respectively. Mrs. John Lee Is the mother of Richard and Sim and Mrs. Gray is the boys' sister. All are former residents of Irvington. Cars Collide On Algona-Burt Road A collision occurred Saturday night, north of Algona on highway 169, at the Dau corner, between machines driven by Claude Dearchs and H. K. Lampe of Bancroft. Dearchs was alone In his car, and in the other machine, in addition to Lampe, were his wife, two daughters, and two Wilhelmi girls. One of the latter was quite badly cut about the head. It was reported that the accident was being settled between the parties concerned. Will Move Tenant House, Irvington Irvington: John Frankl Is planning on moving the tenant house on his 160 acre farm north of the Weber school to his 240 acre farm straight east of Irvington. As soon as the structure is completed It will be occupied by the Wm. Champion family who are to be employed by Mr. Frankl for the coming year. GOEDERS C L D • • O I ash Kaising bale New Lower drastic price reductions are featured in all COATS SUITS DRESSES 14.95 8.95 14.95 8.95 9.95 4.95 3-95 Spring Coats, incl. values iij) to $20, now Spring Coats, incl. values up to $12.95, now Spring Suits, incl. values up to $20, now Spring Suits, incl. values up to $12.9"), now Knit Dresses, incl. values up to $15, now Banquet Dresses, values up to $8.95, now Banquet Dresses, values up to $(».95, now The Goeders Co. H. V. Hull, Trustee WHICH tke Choice .. Store Remodeling Barney Frankl, popular Irvington merchant, Is giving his store a complete rejuvenation both exterior and Interior. A set of new shelves are to be Installed on one side, taking out th« old ones and making the new ones lower. The Interior is also to be redecorated. Mrs. Ralph Brown will entertain A stack oi cancelled rent chvcks ... or a completely paid-lot home? Which will it b. ten y*an (ram today? Th. completely paid-lot house can b. hod lot about th. iam. monthly outlay oi dollan at th. cancelled rent checks. Looked at bom a purely economic standpoint U •eemi th. height of folly not to use yout tent money to PAY FOB THE HOUSE YOU UVE IN. Mod renters can own their own bom.* on their present budget—but lack the Ininauv. to make the start. If you belong In Oil* claM COME DC AND SEE 08. Well oire you all (he facto—and enow you HOW with no obligation to you. F. S. Norton & Son PHONE 229 CUMMINGS 5cto $1.00 New Fancy Ne-Hi Panties Run-resistant, close woven rayon in tea rose or flesh. Dainty lace or applique trim. In women's regular sizes. Special 25c Full fashioned Knee length SILK HOSE 49c pair SPECIAL Rayon Gowns Jl.OO values 59c each Mrs, Good's Father Died at Fort Dodge Funeral services for Simon Allen, father of Mrs. Walter Good of this city and James Allen of Fort Dodge, were held Sunday afternoon in Fort Dodge. Burial was made in Algona. Mr. Allen made his home with his son, James, and the morning of his death had gone to bed to rest. That noon when Mrs. Allen called him for lunch, she discovered him dead in bed. He was 79 years old. He is survived by two other daughters and one son. all of Des Moines. Those from here who attended the funeral beside Mrs. Good were: Mrs. Ralph Brown. Mrs. Fern Hardgrove, Mrs. B. F Benson. Mrs. Charles Gilbride. Mrs. Ann Zil- trilsch. Mrs. Nellie Van Alien, and Mrs. Sadie Cavanuugh. County Federation A meeting of the county federation of women's clubs will be held today, May o. at Titonka 111 the Methodist church. The clubs from Titonka, Burt anJ Feiitou at* hostesses. Garden Hats Hi^ sun shades 25c Children's Sheer Dresses Sixe :J 1o (> 59c—$1.00 Anklets (Jay new cojor.s and color combinations for active tots. 1'i iced to please economical mothers. Buy for future use. Special. lOc and 15c House Dresses Styled and Finished in the High Priced Manner Now White Blister Crepe$1.00 New Fancy .BUstd'shcrrs $1.88 New Voiles and Sheers $1.59 Crisp Cotton Blouses Special at $1.00 Deftly tailored. With club collars, tucked bosoms, vestee effects, Peter Pan collars and shirt-maker styles. Good color ! selection in sizes to 44. Play Suits and Coveralls f ('iiaiul)i'ay and Cuvt-rt cloth 49c—59c Gloves 39c Organdy ruffles make these white gloves very smart for summer wear. They are priced very special. SLIP SPECIAL Dreamland ( !iv|K*. Slips SPECIAL $1.00 Drene Shampoo lOc—50e Cummings5cto$1.00 Where You Can Find Just What You Waut

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