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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, May 12,1936 Mr. and Mrs. Wtlbert Hofldort of Fent6n spent Sunday here at the home of Mrs. Holldorfa grandmother, Mrs. Chas. W. Sarchett Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Cnllen and children, Terry and Mary of Mason City and Catherine Strett visited Sunday here at the A. Strelt home. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Palken- «r, Eldora, came Saturday and visited until Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Faikenhainer'g parents, Mr. and Mrs.-Dennis Goeders. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pratt and children, Mildred, Merle and Betty Jean, spent the week end in Stunner with Mrs. Pratt's parents, and with friends In West Union. Until McKee was a guest over the week end at the home of her grandparents In Mason City. She also visited Eleanor Payne and Catherine Selzer, student nurses at Mercy hospital. Mrs. Nellie Van Allen aM children, Evelyn, Harold and Mary Elizabeth and also Lloyd Keith drove to Fort Dodge Sunday and were guests of the James Aliens. Mr. Allen is a brother of Mrs. Van Allen. Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Mae, Geneva Scharlach, Des Moines and Edna Scharlach, employed in the Iowa State Employment service in Creston, spent Sunday here with the girls' parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Scharlach. Mrs. P. W. Reece, Elmore, and son, Glenn, spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Chas. W. Sarchett. Mr. and Mrs. Chet Williams drove to Mason City Sunday and visited with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Williams. The elder Mr. Williams Is one of three remaining Civil War veterans in Cerro Gordo county. Mrs. Roland R«hmer, tlomestead, visited her sister, Lydla Meyer, here Saturday night. Sunday, the two girls and Tom Frankl drove to the parental August Meyer home in Fenton and spent the day. Mrs Rehmer will remain there until the last of this week. Dr. and Mrs. W. R. Laird returned to their home In Sioux Falls South Dakota, Monday after a few days' visit here with their mothers Mrs. Ella Laird and Mrs. Joe Cosgrove. Dr. Laird came Thursday on a business mission and Mrs La|rd arrived here Saturday. Mrs. Henry Lavrenz and daughters, Esther, Amelda, Elda, and Mrs. A. D. Richards drove to Minnesota Sunaay. Mrs. Richards visited her son, Floyd, and family near Blue Earth. The Lavrenz family visited Mrs. Lavrenz mother, Mrs August Heise, in Easton, Minne sota. Mrs. Lavrenz's niece, Flutl Helse, who has visited here and in Whittemore the past two weeks accompanied them and returned to her home in Easton. ^^ The One Minute Wave . . . New Addition To Our Complete Beauty Shop Equipment Some women don't like having 9 to 11 minutes of heat applied to their head. For that reason we have installed the One Minute Wave Machine. Our new machine steams the hair only one minute, with heaters on the head only one minute. No electricity attached to the head. We have this new machine exclusive in Algona, and welcome a chance to give you further information regarding it, or a friendly consultation on your beauty problems. ONE MINUTE WAVES •t 750 (We have four machines besides our Zotos and Jamal machineleae waves). . :;•,, Price range $2.50 to ,'$1O.OO WHV THROW MONEY AWAVT All permanent waves in our shop Include a haircut, shampoo and flngerwave, if permanent is $3.50 or over. Why pay an additional charge for service that should come with your permanent? WORD TO THE WISE — The reason we get such good results with permanents is that we don't blend our own solutions. We buy prepared solutions, and you get Its full benefits. No operator can Hurpass trained beauty chemists in mixing solutions, and you can't afford to take a foolish and unnecessary chance. MORRISON'S BEAUTY SHOP Phone 279 102 S. Ridgley Quarter Stretch Around the quarter O. K. Our May Sale is going fine. Even better than my last year's closing out sale. So far it Is a humdinger. If it keeps up 1C will double any May we ever had. We are cutting prices and have lots of specials. These trade tempters keep the crowds coming. Such wonderful bargains no body can afford to pass them up. Think of it, new standard goods at cut prices righi in the heart of the season when you need tlifin People know bargains when they Bee them. That is why our sale is increasing each day. I am bound to make May a double selling month. I wunt the stock reduced und bills nil paid. Then for Montana to recuperate and gain strength before climb' ing onto the operating table. If I pull through I will be back to sell you more shoes. If I croak, I will be up there walking the Golden Streets with the girl angels. Of course, I would rather stay down here where 1 am acquainted and walk our new paving with the Algona angels. I like Algona and good old Iowa where the tall corn grows. I like my line up of customers. I understand them and they understand me. It is a pleasure to see them crowd in, laugh, joke and visit. They are at home for it is their headquarters. Neville's store is their store. They get what they want. The goods are all bought especially for them. We know their likes and dislikes. We carry a big stock of reliable merchandise and sure try to please them. This Cut Price Sale will last ail through the month of May. Every Friday between 2 and 4 o'clock w« give away forty presents. The first 10 customers that make a purchase after 2 o'clock get a present absolutely free. Jimmie Neville THB SHOE MAN Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gelgel visited with friends In LuVerhe and Renwtck Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Robinson and daughter, Jan, visited in Des Moines over the week end. Miss Anna Nelson of Sioux City visited over the week end with her brother, Frank, *nd sister, Hilma. Mrs. Olenn Roland was ill last week with the flu and a streptococcus sore throat. She is improving now. Joe Mlsbach and son, Lawrence, left Sunday for Des Moines on a buying trip and will spend this week there. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Rock, Colorado Springs, Colorado, came Friday and are guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Frankl. Ruth McMahon, member of the Galva faculty, was a week end visitor with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. McMahon. Josephine Murtagh, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Murtagh, spent the week end with her parents. She Is employed In a Des Moines office. Emma Jean, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Ringgenberg, became ill Friday with the mumps and Mr. and Mrs. Hotman Anderson and son, Jerry, visited Sunday in Crystal Lake with Mrs. Anderson's mother, Mrs. Sonerholm. Mr. and Mrs. Bnrdette Agard and daughter were guests Sunday of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Agard in Goldfleld. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Mtddleton, Eagle Grove, were visitors Saturday and Sunday at the home of their daughter, Mrs. N. C. Rice. Roland White, Cedar Fulls, visited Saturday and Sunday here with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis McWhorter, and with friends. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Nelson and son, Vernon. went to Cherokee Sunday to visit their daughter, Margaret, student at Mount St. Mary's college. Ruth Malueg, student at Iowa State Teachers College, Cedar Falls spent Saturday and Sunday here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Malueg. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Barnard and two children drove to Wlnnebago, Minnesota, Sunday and spent the day with Mrs. Barnard's aunt, Mrs. C. A. Norman. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Johnson and the latter's father, Milton Fox, vis- will be absent from school two weeks. Dr. and Mrs. F. E. Sawyer and children drove to Charlton last week end and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Frederick, former Algonians. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Duffy and children visited Saturday and Sunday in Albert Lea, Minnesota, with Mrs. Duffy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Larsen. Oeorga Anne Geigel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Geigel and a student at Buena Vista college, at Storm Lake, spent the week end with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Schultz, Des Moines, returned to their home on Sunday after visiting a week at :he home of Mrs. Schultz's parents, Mr. and Mrs. August Strom. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Raney and Vfr. and Mrs. George Cole, West Union, were visitors week end before last at the home of the former's mother, Mrs. Cora Raney. Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Stephenson, Des Moines, visited from Friday until Sunday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Stephenson and Mr. and Mrs. L. J. De- raw. Manly and Marlon Hoppe, Ames, visited with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hoppe, Saturday and Sunday. Manly is an instructor, and Marion a student in the Iowa State College. Mrs. H. L. Hoenk and son, Eugene, and mother-in-law, Mrs. Mae Hoenk and daughter, Jessie, drove to Emmetsburg Friday and spent the day with the former's mother, Mrs. Joe Martini. Rita Dooley and Duane Jensen, CCCC college students, and Marlon Rising, AIB college student, Des Moines, came Thursday evening for a visit until Sunday with their respective parents. Mrs. H. R. Cowun expected to leave this morning (Tuesday* for Ottumwa to attend a convention of the P. E. O. Mrs. Cowan is president of the local BW chapter. She will return here Friday. Mr. and Mm. L. O. Thompson, their daughter, Mrs. Beuna Merron and daughter, Betty, all of Esthcr- ville were visitors Sunday at the home of another daughter of the Thompsons, Mrs. R. H. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Oeo. Krieps return cd Monday of last week to their home on East Main street. The Krieps have been making thslr home with their daughter, Mrs Peter Nilles in Remsen, during the winter months. Mrs. C. B. Murtagh accompanied the Muynard Stephensons hero from Des Moines Friday and visited at the Theo. Hutchison home over Sunday. Mr. Murtagh came later and returned home with her Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Duffy were among the guests at a surprise birthday party Thursday night for Mrs. Ferdinand Montag, at West Bend. The evening was spent in playing cards. Mra. Montag is a sister of Mr. Duffy. Air. and Mra. A. R. Hansen returned Monday from Clear Lake where they had visited since Saturday afternoon with Mrs. Hansen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Riner, and Mr. Hanaen'a mother, Mrs. Peter Hansen. tt Mae Leffert, Iowa State College student, Ames, visited over the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Leffert. Ila Mae accompanied Mrs. Louise Hoerner and baby, who visited at the A. A. Sterling home. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Joynt and two children drove to Clare Saturday evening where they were guests of Mrs. Joynt's brother, Edward Reinders. Mr. Reinders and Mr. Joynt attended a Knights of Columbus breakfast in Emmetsburg Sunday morning. Mr. und Mr*. ROHH Quinby, Los Angeles, California, visited in Al- gonu from Thursday until Sunday and were house guests of Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Murtagh. The Quinbys at one time made their home in Algona und Mr. Quinby was in partnership with Mr. Krause in a dry goods store. Mr. und Mrs. A. L. Long and daughter. Jack, drove to Nora Springs Sunday and picked up their daughter, Doris. They then went on to Grinnell and spent the day with another daughter, Mrs. Robert Middlekauff. Mrs. E. W. Lusby accompanied them to Grinnell and visited her daughter, Marguerite, who is attending Grinnell college. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice McMahon and daughter, Nancy, drove to Mankato Sunday where they met Mrs. McMahon's mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Mangan and sons, Harry and John, of Minneapolis. Mrs. McMahon and Nancy returned with her mother and brothers to their home and will remain there this week. Mr. McMahon returned here that evening. Mr. and Mm. Uku Hall and their daughter, Mary Elizabeth, Cherokee, Mrs. Hall's sister, Mrs. Leo Seefeldt and daughter, Irene, and the two women's brother. Fred Helgeua, Dexter, Minnesota, visited Saturday and Sunday with another sister, Mrs. T. H. Kirsch. Sunday, their father, Jerry Helgena, and wife of thw city, visited at the Kirsch home and a family dinner was enjoyed at noon. Ited Sunday with Mr, Johnson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Olaus Johnson, in Eagle Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bohannon and Mrs. Dolph Raney spent Tuesday In Mason City and the former attended a convention of the Allied Mutual Insurance agents. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Reldy were msiness visitors in Mason City Thursday. Mr. Reidy is manager of the local branch office of the Sioux City Seed Company. Mrs. Paul Trauger, Mason City, and her aunt, Eva Cleveland, Sup- rlor, Wis., came Wednesday for a short visit with the former's moth ir-in-law, Mrs. Art Trauger. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Reldy drove o Cherokee Sunday and spent the day with Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Fritz and family. Mrs. Fritz is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Reldy. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Ander- lon and four months old son, Marrin Roy, Laurens, were last week •nd guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. R. Irons. Mrs. Irons is a sister of Mr. Anderson. John McEvoy, son of Mrs. E. J. McEvoy, turned his right ankle while running Saturday evening and cracked a bone near the joint A cast has been put on and he wil >e forced to use crutches for several weeks. Allen, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. S Suchanan, was toastmaster at the annual Hamilton college banquet leld at the Mason City Hanforc Hotel Monday of last week. Allei s taking a two year course at the business college. Max Richardson, student at Iowa State College, Ames, and hi friends, Prof, and Mrs. Louis Lyk ken, Ames, spent Sunday here guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Rich ardson. Max is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Richardson. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Rank, Deep River, 111., were guests Sunday of last week at the S. F. Phillips home. Mr. Rank was a patient at the University hospital at Iowa City last fall at the same time that Mr. Phillips was there. Mr*. Geo. L. Miller returned on Wednesday morning from Flint, Michigan, where she had gone three weeks previous on hearing of the serious illness of her father, Edward James. Mr. James is improving In health now. Mrs. Bessie Olson and daughter, itabel, Des Moines, and a son. Dr. .. C. Olson, Davenport, were gnests at the home of another son. Dr. H. i. Olson, Sunday. Mrs. Louise Hoerner and her small daughter, of Ames, vis- ted Saturday and Sunday in Algo- at the A. A. Sterling home. Mrs. ioerner is the wife of the late J. Robert Hoerner, former Congregational minister. Mrs. Clyde Smith left Thursday and returned Sunday evening from >dar Falls, where she had visited ler daughter, Evelyn, who is at- ending the Teachers' college. Mrs. Smith also attended the Mothers Day program presented each year by the college. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Becker and :he former's mother, Mrs. A. C. Becker drove to Sioux City Saturday and visited with Mrs. Henry Becker's mother, Mrs. Mary Otto. They also visited Mrs. A. C. Beck- r's niece, Theresa Schlmtowsky, and other relatives. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Harley Troutman and a son was also born to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Clayton Monday at the Kossuth hospital. The Infants are the first born for both couples. Mr. Troutman is employed as clerk in Neville's, and Mr. Clayton farms near Algona. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Tuttle and children, Marilyn and Richard, drove to Perry Saturday where they visited Mrs. Tuttle's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Burrell. Sunday, the Tuttles went to Des Moines and spent the day with Mr. Tuttle's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Tuttle. John Goeddertz armed Tuesday of last week from Dubuque where he had spent the wmtei months in the St. Francis home for the aged. Mr. Goeddertz has a daughter, a nun, who makes her home in Dubuque convent. Mr. Goeddertz w'll make his home In Sexton with his son, Will, until fall. Mrs. Don Allen, Davenport, Is visiting here at this time with her mother, Mrs. J. C. Kresensky, and brother. Alf. Mrs. J. C. Kresensky, who had been visiting In Davenport with her daughter, came here with her Saturday of the previous week. Mrs. Allen will visit another week before returning home. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Galbraith and baby daughter, Barbara Jean. Brookfield, Illinois, arrived Monday of last week and are visit- Ing with the former's father, W. J. Galbraith. Raymond is employed as superintendent of a Swift & Company branch office and Is taking a two weeks' vacation. Word was received via telegram by John Beiser that his nephew, Kenneth Hornbuckle, had been killed Friday. Mr. Beiser and his sister, Mary, and Mrs. Eva Delm left Saturday for Mr. Hornbuckle's home in Draper, North Dakota, to attend, the funeral on Sunday. The deceased was about 21 years old. No particulars of his death are known at this time. Mrs. W. D. Howie and daughter Beverly visited from Friday afternoon until Sunday here with her daughter, Loretta, and with the Russell Cooks. Mrs. Cook and Mrs H. C. Hargreaves were guests on Thursday of Mrs. Howie, togethe with the other women of her bridge club. The two remained over In Rockwell City until Friday when they brought Mrs. Howie here Mr. Howie came Sunday and returned that evening with Mrs Howie and Beverly. Katherine Van Ness, teiwher at Iowa Falls, visited with her father, E. J. Van Ness, over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Benner, Garner, were visitors Sunday with Mrs. Benner's mother, Mrs. Walter Good. Gertrude Eirhrnbergpr of the State Beauty Shop, spent Sunday in Graettinger with friends and relatives. Ruth Bishop, trnrhrr at Waterloo, spent the week end here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bishop. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Littlp and children were Sunday dinner guests C. E. Littles at of the parental Humboldt. Miss Alice McNcely, house guest of Mrs. T. H. Chrischllles for a week, returned Saturday to her home in St. Paul. Mrs. Geo. Laclna and son, Francis of Iowa City, visited Saturday and Sunday here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Winkel. Mr. and Mrs. John MrAtpp became the parents of a baby boy on Friday of last week. Mother and son are at the Kossuth hospital. Arnold Maxwell recently joined the Bjustrom sales staff, and is selling Maytags. He was formerly employed at the Champlln station. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Stillman and two daughters were visitors nt the home of the former's parents Mr and Mrs. L. P. Stillman, In Dolllver Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. F. C. Scanlan and children drove to Rock Valley on Sunday and visited with the formers parents, Mr. and Mrs. D J Scanlan. Kathleen Holtzbauer returned to her duties as cashier at Chrlsten- sen Bros, store Monday morning after several days' absence, caused by illness. Mrs. H. L. Gllmore left Sunday for Milwaukee. Wisconsin as a delegate to the national P. T. A. con- vention. She will return here on Thursday. Mrs. Gilmorp is president of the local organization. Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Smindor*, Cedar Rapids, will visit at the Floyd Saunders home Wednesday and Thursday of this week, enrmite on their way to Cass Lnkc for n few days of fishing. The two men are brothers. Mr. and Mrs. Hurley Troiitinnn are rejoicing over the birth of n fine seven and one-half pound boy, born Monday noon at the Kossuth hospital. The bnby Is the first child for the Troutmans and has been named after his father. Frank Zonrter and children, Pauline and Eugene, and Carmel Elbert drove to Dubuque Sunday to attend the operetta presented by Clark College. Mr. Sender's daughter, Gertrude, student at Clark, took one of the lends In the operetta. Charles Akre, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Akre, was recently awarded a silver trophy cup for excellence in n talk given before members and employees of Riggs bank of Washington, D. C.. and Its branches. Charles is employed in the legal department of the Washinton bank. Thrlmn Guy, employed as operator in the local telephone office, began a two weeks' vacation Friday and left Sunday to visit friends and relatives in Waterloo, Col fax and Des Moines. Keith Kelpp, her guest over the week end. will accompany her as far as his homo in Colfax. ftWWVWWAWWWVWS^^ of A MAN GOT A CfcLP RECEfflON T=feOM HI 3 OU> • Even the most calm disposition is bound to give way when cold water comes from the hot water faucet. And, it's all so unnecessarily expensive in time, effort, and worry. That is why we recommend Westinghouse Automatic Electric hot water service for every home. Space does not permit giving details about this magic water heater, so come in for complete facts. At our low rate you can enjoy the modern convenience and economy of a Westinghouse at a cost well within your budget. ON DISPLAY AT CITY HALL ALUONA, IOWA Westinghouse Vote for Pinley for First District Supervisor Competent, dependable experienced. J. F. Finley RIverdale Township 18-21* (Bettefi Let Long's Food Shop take care of your daily meat supply, the whole family will feel much better. You will find our store headquarters for Tomato and Cabbage Plants Buy Now While the Ground is in such good condition. NOTICE—Churches, Clubs, Lodges: We have made room for bnk* sales In our store for a few Saturdays at different time* of the year. No Charge. Please rail at the store for open date*. This Ad and 5 cents will let you take home 2 bars of Big Four Soap BRING THE AD Long's Food Shop Rush Orders Taken, Extra Care Given We Must Have R.oom - At Sacrifice 11 Used Coal Ranges Taken as Trade-ins on New Skelgas Ranges recently 1 Kalamazoo, almost new 1 Speedy Baker 2 South Bends 1 Monarch 1 Favorite 1 Windsor Easy Tt-niKS (All of above are porcelain) Four semi-porcelain, all in very good shape $15 and Up BJUSTROM'S Algona Swea Citv HOME APPLIANCES GIFTS FOR GRADUATES JEWELRY-thelife- time gift is the gift most appreciated by the graduate LET I'SSILONV VOl r Watches Bracelet.) 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