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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, June 2,1936 Herbert French, Mankato, spent the w«ek end here with his mother, Mrs. S. B. French. Mr. and Mm. KM Ariter were Sunday dinner guests at the Dr. S. W. Meyer home. Mr*. Georg>« Elbert spent Thursday and Friday In Des Moines on business and with friends. , ttayniond Krctensky, DCS Moines, apetit the Week end here with his mother, Mrs. J. C. Kresensky. Floyd Swinders returned Sunday from St. Paul where he had gone Friday on a business trip. Henry Onderlan, city mall carrier, Is taking a vacation at this time; and will report back to work «n- Jwllth. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Kaln and daughter, Alice, left this morning, .Tuesday, for Rochester, to be gone days. W. and Mrs. S. M Meyer We** guests Saturday eftnlng of the borne of the former's brother, H. D. Meyer, LuVerne. Mrs. L. 8. Mucke* and Mrs. Walter Dale spent Friday In LuVerne at the home of Mrs. Muckey's brother, Dick Wermersen. Mr. and tin. Harry Daughan, of Bolan, Iowa, spent Saturday and Sunday her*, guests of the W. T. Oaughans. The men are brothers. Mr. and Mrs.' Lout* Lynk and son, Kenneth, drove to Eldora Sunday, , -where Kenneth will be employed on a farth during the summer vacation. Leon* B. Hadden, Council Bluffs, began work Monday as assistant operator at the State Beauty shop. Gertrude Eichenberger is the proprietor. ' . 'Mr*. 'C. B. Alurtagh Is up from DCS Moines getting the family home on North Thorlngton street ready for, the return of the Mur- taghs Ju|y 1. Mr. atlO Mrs. L. S. Muekpy and family and Margaret Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vera and family spent Saturday and Sunday at Lake Okoboji. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Work drove to Spencer Saturday and were the guests of the Bob Weirs. The two couples spent the week end at Lake Okoboji fishing. Mrs. i. L. Bonar, Mr*. P. 3. Chrlstensen. Mrs. N. C. Rice and Mrs, T. C. Sherman will go to Ames Wednesday and will be guests of Mrs. Thompson. Mr. and Mr*. Frank Longley and granddaughter, Ruth Helberg, Mason City, spent Memorial Day at the Gordon Kuhn home. Mr. Kuhn is a nephew of the Longleys. Mr*. Henry Flint and son, Dicky, visited in Iowa City last Thursday and Friday at the Mable Rhodes home. Mr. Furst drove down to Des Moines Saturday after them. WU Fleming; and daughter, Gert rude. Forest City, were Decoration -T»ay visitors In Algona at the J. X DooJey home. The late Mrs. -Fleming and Mrs. Dooley are si»' 'tin." '• Mr. and Mrs. Don Hutchison and children spent the Week end in a cottage at Lake Okoboji. Maude Srtlehnow, telephone operator, left Monday for Minnesota on her two weeks' vacation. Watmm March, Perry White, Max ' Ixra Crammond, Sionx Falls, S. - - — - D., was here Friday to attend the Antoinette Bonn*tetter left Sunday for Des Moines where she Is now employed In state social service. She will return this fall to resume her position as city school nurse. Mr. and Mrs. Hans Johannnen and son, Derwood, Waverly, spent Sunday with the former's parent's, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johannsen, Sr., and also visited at the H. L% Ollmore home. Homer Horton, Evamton, III. and Ambrose Bowyer, Chicago, came Memorial Day and visited until Sunday with friends. The two are former Algonians, sons of pioneer business men. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kennedy, St. Paul, spent Saturday and Sun day visiting at the home of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Goeders, and with Mr. Kennedy'* sister, Mrs. J. J. Dooley. Margaret Stephenson returned today (Tuesday) from Sioux City, where she had attended Morningside college. She will return in the fall and will be a junior. Margaret is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Stephenson. Lars Sorensen Is spenu.ns; the first of this week with friends In Spirit Lake, Armstrong and Ringsted. Thursday, he and his niece, Mrs. Julius Peterson, leave for New Tork and then for Europe where they will spend several months. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Roberts and son, John, and Mrs. Merrtl Mund- henck, Sioux City and Mrs. Forest Rice. Stanley, North Dakota, came Decoration Day and visited at the Harvey Simpson, D.. D. Monlux, Frank Ostrum homes and with Louise Magnuson. The Roberts and their son returned Sunday, but Mrs. Mnhdhenck and Mrs. 4 Rice are remaining this we«k. C. M. Doxsee, at one time one of Algona'g leading business men came here last week from his home in Redwood City, California, where he is in the abstract business. Mr. Doxsee, who married a sister of Harvey Ingham, came to look after his farm west of town. He Is look- Ing the picture of health and prosperity and enjoyed meeting his old friends here very much. Lieutenant Melt Peterson and wife and little "Petey" are expected from San Diego, California, In a few days for a visit of about two weeks here at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Peterson. The Peterson will then leave for Annapolis where Mell will attend a naval post graduate school for a year. The Petersons will also visit Mrs. Peterson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Murtagh. Mr. and Mm. Eugene Stephenson and daughter, Valeria, are expected Friday from Santa Ana, California, for a visit of two weeks with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Stephenson. The visitors have lived in Santa Ana for the past seven year* and this will be their first trip home. Mr. Stepbenson is employed a* foreman In a large Miller drove to Iowa City and spent the week end there. Mr. and Mr*. H. A. Tattle were guests Friday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Weber, LuVerne. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Miedke visited over the week end In Moline, Illnlois, with Mrs. Miedke's parents. Mr. and Mm. George Henely and three sons spent the week end In Clarion and Eagle Grove with relatives. Dr. John Keneflck and W. H. H,W,POST Dray and Transfer Storage kinds of all Lone distance hauling. Erery load Insured ataitut loea or damage. Equipped to do aB kind* of draytng and hauling. sa-tf tvtvestscststscscscstscscicscscsescsB/ciestst bakery there. Mrs. Stephenson is •fko-totnM Viola SUbbln*. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Stebbins, former Algonians. Edgar Flnnrll visited from Friday until Sunday with his father, I. M. Finnell. Mr. Finnell and Isabel Melggs and Mrs. E. J. Butler and daughter, Ruth Ann, took him back to Ames where he is attending Iowa State College. Sunday. "Gig" waa displaying a big patch on the top of bis head where he had received a long gash when struck by a baseball bat which slipped from one of his fellow players' hands on Thursday of last week. The wound was quite serious. COULD ANY Pine food, low price* and quick eourteou* nervir*. We give you . all theae thing* In abundant plenty. Not Junt once in a while, but every day, every week, every month—year In and year oat Perhapa (haft why we have many citttomer* who have doue all their grocery buying hrrr /or a* much an 20 yearn. Perhap* th»t i» why we know ur ran katUfy you. NECTAR __„___ Buy Ginger Ale !»>• Uir ru»r Table SUGAR JAM Tomato Ketchup - bottle lOc .Godden are spending this week fishing in the Rainy River district, Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. P. 3. Chrlstensen and John and Joyce spent Saturday and Sunday in Estherville and Spencer with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Falkenhataer, St. Paul, spent the week end here at the home of the former's daughter, Mrs. H. W. Pletch. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Swanson and daughter. Rosalee, visited over the week end In'Des Moines, guests of Mrs. Swanson's sister. Miss Nollia Staley. Rita Dooley and Duane Jensen, CCCC business school students, in Des Moines, came Thursday even- Ing and visited until Sunday with their respective parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Campbell. Waterloo, visited Decoration Day here with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hodges, and also visited at the Bert Deal home. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Barnard returned to their home in Grand Forks. North Dakota, Thursday after visiting since Monday with their son, D. A. Barnard and family. Arlene Sonerhoun, Crystal Lake, returned there Thursday, concluding a visit with her sister, Mrs. Holman Anderson. Miss Soner- holm arrived here Monday of last week. U. T. Griffin came Thursday from West Concord, Minnesota, where he makes his home with his daughter, Mrs. Fred Urch, and Is visiting Algona friends and relatives this week. Mrs. O. D. Shumway and son, David, drove to Fort Dodge Saturday where she picked up her moth- r. Mrs. A. G. Obrecht, and then Irove on to Havelock. She return- d Sunday. Teresa Duffy, San Francisco, Cal- fornia. was a guest Tuesday of last week at the home of her brother, M. J. Duffy. Miss Duffy is spend- ng several weeks with her parents n Whittemore. Dr. and Mrs. H. M. Olson and Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Irelan and daughter, Jo Ellen, returned Sunday from Small Twin Lakes, Minnesota, where they had spent the week end fishing. Mrs. L. Oiebrtch, Burlington, and Mrs. M. Kauffman, Cedar Rap- da, left here Tuesday of last week for their homes after spending a week with their brothers, M. A. and F. A. Bartholomew. Mr. and Mr*. W. V. Butler and daughter, Jean, spent Saturday and Sunday in Minneapolis where they visited the former's parents, Mr. •nd tin. W. A. Butler, and Mro. Butler's sister, Mrs. Henry Be- zoir. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Barnard and children and the former's parents. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Barnard. Grand Forks. North Dakota, drove to Winnebago Thursday and spent the day with Mrs. D. A. Barnard's aunt, Mrs. C. A. Norman. Ella Zumsveh came home Sunday from Rowan, where she teaches seventh and eighth grade and will spend the summer with her mother, Mrs. Ida Zumach. Ella was re-elected for the coming year with a substantial raise in salary. Mr*. Ellen Wagoner and daughter, Janice, Des Moines, visited over the week end at the Ben Benson home. Mrs. Lyle Pugh and Janet Zerfass, Des Moines, also visited in Algona over the week end and the four returned together Sunday evening. Sirs. Irene funeral of his uncle, James Green. Mm. F. M. Sterling, daughter, Joyce, and Mrs. M. W. Ferguson, visited relatives at Titonka Monday. Glenn Branson of Den Moines and his son, John, Mason City, were here Memorial Day visiting with friends. Mrs. Will Blanchard, Humboldt, and Frank Heckart, Cedar Rapids, visited Sunday with Mrs. Margaret Henderson. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy MeWhorter are spending this week in Sterling, Illinois, and other points near there with relatives. Wm. C. Dau left Tuesday In company with three friends from Fort Dodge for Cass Lake where they fished until Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Al Spongbert; drove to Fayette Friday and brought back their daughter, Emma, who taught there the past school year. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sterling and Joyce spent the week end at Eagle Grove at the F. E. Hossman home. Mrs. Hossman Is a sister of Mr. Sterling. Mrs. C. D. Pannkuk and son, Frank, and Mr. and Mrs. Ten Fancher and two daughters of Fairmont, Minn., visited at the Cady home over the week end. Vernon Kohlhaaa returned Friday from the State Uunlversity, Iowa City, and will spend the summer months here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Kohlhaas. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Chrischllles and sons, Ted, Jack and Julie, left Monday for Pasadena, California, to spend the next six weeks visiting Mrs. Chrischilles' brother and family. Maurice McEvoy returned to 10 liiv 53c Hi. (tail 75c MVAN8DOWN Cake Flour 13c 23c |, j i ; ! Italian Macaroni Dessert Gelatine Best Jap Tea _ _ LONG'S Oilmore drove to Eggs Wauted •2 Phones 214 215 ^ ' ji Wayne, Nebraska, Wednesday and returned the next day, accompanied by her son, Marion, who is attending Nebraska State Teachers' College there. Marlon came here to attend the wedding of his sister, Edna, which took place Saturday. Sirs. Rollln A. Hunter and aon, Lynn of Washington, D. C., came Thursday and are spending a week at the home of Mr*. Hunter's par- en U. Senator and Mm. L. J. Dickinson. They have been vmiling the pant week or two at the home of Mr. Hunter's parents in Des MoinM. Perry White, »on of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. White, returned to Iowa City Sunday after visiting here since Wednesday. Perry was graduated the following duy, Monday, from thu university where he rnujored in accounting He was expected to return here Tuesday to spend the .summer White riding on her liicyilc on Thursday evening near the fox farm south of town, Berdine Towne saw a rattlesnake coiled in the center of the gravel road She captured it and brought it to town. The snake was quite small. Berdine is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Towne. j Mr. and Mr». Irving I'rch and sons, Albert, and Lucille Strayer spent Saturday and Sunday ut West Concord. Minnesota, visiting the former's parents. Mr. and Mrs Fred Urch. While there they attended the wedding of Irvmg's brother, Ralph und LaVonne Hut- Ion of Ciaremont, Minnesota. The young couple will farm near Clare- moil I. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Murtagh und Wendell Erickaon. Janice Vandermeitie, John Bemuson and Margaret Moore, ail of Des Moines, drove to the Falkenhamer cottage ut Luke Okoboji Friday. The Mur- taghfi returned here Saturday night and the remainder of the party came here Sunday, and visited at the Murtagh home and then continued on to Des, Moiries. Mr. and Mrs. tieorge HolUbauer, the latter's daughter, Loraine Tierney, and her stater. Mrs. T. J. Tob- iii. and her grandson. Craig Tier- uiiy. drove to Naabua Saturday afternoon and visited until Sunday with another sister of Mm. HolU- bauer, Mrs. P. W. Tobia. Mrs. T. J. ToUa remained there for a longer viait MM! Craig Tierney will spend the aiunnutr vacation there. Chicago Sunday morning after spending a few days here with his mother, Mrs. Katharine McEvoy. Maurice in attending Chicago Technical college. Helen Corey underwent an appendectomy at the Kossuth hospital Friday afternoon and is recovering nicely at this time. She is employed in the Lathrop & Weaver abstract office. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Waller returned Sunday evening from a week's vacation trip to Sparta, Wisconsin and points north. They accompanied Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Trainer of Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Chan. Roupe and daughter, Irma Dee, and Don Gardner, spent the week end in Minneapolis, guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Ecklund. Mrs. Ecklund is another daughter of the Roupes. ' VMr. and Mrs. G. E. Young of Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. O'Hara of Fort Dodge, and Mrs. Lona MacDougall of Mason City were Memorial Day visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. MacDougall. .Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Stephenson, Des Moines, visited over the week end here with their respective parents. Mrs. Stephenson's sister, Mrs, Earl Taylor and son, Ralph, returned with them for a visit until Friday. ' Alice and Ed Nortx, Brecken- rldffe, Minnesota, and Mr*. Jos. Pronskey, Minneapolis, arrived on Friday at the I. M. Finnell home and are visiting there for several days. The guests are cousins of Mrs. Meiggs. Mrs. Nellie Van Allen and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cook and son, and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Allen and children. Fort Dodge, drove to Buffalo Center Sunday to celebrate the silver wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Benson. The women are sisters. Bernlrr Stock, daughter of A. H. Stock, returned from Eagle Grove, where she has taught physicaf training the past school year, and spent Thursday with her father. She left Friday for Avery, Wisconsin, where she will have charge of a summer resort during vacation. Delore* Rippentrop, Thompson, befcan work Monday as operator at the Northwestern Beil Telephone office here. She is a niece of Gertrude and Bertha Kuchenreuther. Olivia Kressin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kressin, Union township, began Monday as relief operator. Marion Corey, daughter of Mr. and Mr». F. A. Corey, began work Monday an secretary at Algona Insurance Agency. She was formerly employed at the Godden Monument Works and her place there is being taken by Ruth Payne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Payne. E. R. Morri»on, former Algoniun, spent a few days last week here visiting old friends. Morrison was a former Kossuth county farm bureau agent, and in now employed by the Bankers Life Company of De.s Moines as field agent. Mr. and Mm. Morrison and three children make their home in Des Moines. .Mr. and Mr*. C. I. Hlilry and lliri-e daughters, Margaret. Mary and Theresan. returned to their j home in Leon. Iowa. Monday. Mr. j Bliley has charge of a Graham ! store there und he and Mrs. Bliley and Theresan moved there several months ago. Margaret and Mary remained to finish the school year. Don Trauger and lla LrttVrt drove from Ames Friday where they are both students at Iowa Stale College. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Leifert, Ila's parents, took Ha to Gownt Sunday arid she accompanied hc-r room mate back to Ames. lia will assist the etmology profebsor at the college for several weeks after dismissal of school. Joseph <i. Nheppani, »o« of Mr. and Mrs G. Sheppard, will be graduated from the Creighton university, Omaha, Thursday morning of this Week. He will receive the degree of bachelor of science in commerce. At Creighton, he is a member of the Mathematics club, the varsity Football team and is the class treasurer for 1936. Ur. ajid >Ir». It. B. Kennedy of Minneapolis came for a Memorial Day visit at the home of Mrs. Kennedys sister. Mrs. Tom Sherman. Duriug their stay here, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Dingley and Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Rice gave small dinner parties iu their honor. Mrs. Kennedy, as Miss Mamt Lauiry, w.u among Algona's moat charming young Indies. A daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lantry, she was known aod liked by everyone, and her Algona friend* are always glad to welcome her home. Mr*. Henry Johannsen, ft., and Mrs. Sam Metz spent Wednesday in Humboldt with friends. Mr. ami Mr*. Thro. Larson and family spent the week end at Interlaken and Okoboji In a cottage. Mr. and Mr*. D. D. Pardon and son, Charles, spent Memorial Day in Dayton, Mrs. Paxson's home town. Wayne Moore began work last week at the James Drug store. Wayne graduated this year from the local high school. Mr. and Mrs. K. D. James are visiting In Omaha with their daughter, Mrs. C. B. Nasby. They will return In about two weeks. Brrnlce Storm visited Friday afternoon and evening In Spencer with Mrs. Ed Cohrt. who, with her husband, moved there recently from here. Mr. and Mr*. L. 3. Matueg returned Monday of last week from St. Paul and Lake City, Minnesota, where they had spent several days with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Rae Ashrr spent the week end In Cedar Falls with friends and also in Clarksville with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Asher. Evelyn Smith, student at Iowa State Teachers College, Cedar Falls arrived Friday night and will spend the summer months here with her mother, Mrs. Clyde Smith. Mr. and Mr*. A. L. Long drove to Nora Springs Sunday and returned that evening with their daughter, Doris, who was a member of the school faculty there last year. Mrs. Isabel Wesley, Rhlnelander, Wisconsin, mother of Mrs. O. W. Kr^ckaon, is expected here Saturday of this week and will make an extended visit with her daughter. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Vigars drove to Cedar Falls Sunday and returned that evening with their daughter, Margaret, who was a junior at the Iowa State Teachers' College. Mrs. Hugh Post and son. Bob, and Theodora Larson drove to Iowa City Tuesday of last week and brought back Dick Post and Perry White, students at the university. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Holmes and Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Hanson visited from Saturday until Monday in Decorah, Lansing and other northeastern Iowa cities. They made the trip by car. Omer K.^l'y. sun of Mr. and Mrs. Jcs. Kelly, will icturn here from Creighton University, Oma:ia, Wednesday of this week. He will be employed at the municipal swimming pool this summer. Dr. L. W. Fox, Joe Harlg, and Ed Capesius spent Saturday and Sunday at Fairmont, Minn., fishing. Mrs. Fox and son, Billy Lee, and Mrs. Harig and children drove there Sunday for the day. Ruth Malurg came Friday night from Cedar Falls where she waa a student at Iowa State Teachers college. She returned there today (Tuesday) and will attend summer School, instead of taking a vacation. Mrs. l«o Splllea and daughter, Arlene, and the former's sister, Mrs. Gordon Dingman and daugh- t«r, Betty, West Bend, drove to Breda, Iowa, Tuesday of last week to visit their sister, Sister M. Amelia. Isabel Oreenberg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Greenberg, will return here today to spend the summer vacation months from the state university, Iowa City, where she has been a student the past year. O. W. Stillman, O. D. Shumway, H. W. Miller and R. J. Harrington drove to Iowa City Friday where the first three attended the tenth reunion of their law class at the university. They returned on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Lamuth and Paul, Billy and Mary, will leave next Sunday for Big Birch Lake, Grey Eagle, Minnesota, to spend the next two weeks there. They will also visit with relatives of Mrs. Lamuth. Joe Sheppard, Creighton University student, spent the week end with his parents here and returned to Omaha again today (Tuesday) where he has a position waiting him. He will return to the univers ily in the fall. Mr. and Mrs. August Harig moved from St. Benedict last week and are now making their home with Mrs. Harig'n father, Dominic Stuff- lick. Mr. Stufflick's granddaughter, Melinda Erdmann, who had been making her home with him, is now visiting in Des Moines, in company with her father, Herman Erdmann, who is attending to business. Mm. Adda C'olllnn, Book Raulds, visited here at the home of her daughter, Mrs. E. H. Beardsk-y, from Tuesday until Thursday of last week. She came to attend the graduation exercises of her grandson. Walter Beardsley. From here she went to Viuton to spend several days with her sister, Mrs. W. S. (luodhue. Di'lore returning to her Home. Mr. and -Mr*. Burdrtte Agurd and daughter drove to Jowa City for the week end. They attended the commencement exercises at the University of Iowa and the class leunion of Ui2<> in which year Mr. Agard graduated They also visited Mrs. Agard's parents. Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Davis. Mrs. Davis returned with them Monday and will visit here :ievvral weeks. .Mr. and Mm. W. A. Fo»trr w'll leave next Sunday for Arlington and will spend the day with the latter's sister. Mrs C. £ Flo*«..". From there they will go Monday to Mount Vernon and return that ev- tiiiiif? with their daughter. Miry fcluabcth, who was .± student at C'oinell college Mary Elizabeth will snen<l the summer here. Mrs. C. L. Ingersoll will accompany them as far as Iowa City and visit several weeks with her son, Tyrrell <*nd l vife. Margaret N'eUon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Nelson, was chosen May queen for the program celebrated Sunday before Uut by the Caholic Action group at Cherokee Junior college, where she is a .student. Margaret also won tin>t place in the freshman speech contest held at Cherokee. Junior college. Contestants were required to give an eight minute upeech and an eight minute iuterprelive reading whch could be taken from either (>ro.>e ur poetry. Margaret's selections were entitled "Putting In.jomniii to Work' and "I Like Americans" by Millay. She received the book, "Fifty Contemporary Poets" by Stephen Vincent Benet as a prize. Mrs. Agnw Laldley went to Ma?on City Monday for an indefinite stay. She had been visiting here with her daughter. Mrs. Howard Vlnson and son, Dow Laldley. Mrs. Dow I.aldlc.v and daughters, Gladys and Roslln. went to Fort Dodge Thursday for a visit of two or three weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Nichols. Dow went down Friday and spent the week end with them, returning on Sunday. Mr. »nd Mr*. Arthur and daughter, Sara May, came ui< from Cedar Rapids, to spend Decoration Day with Mrs. Messenger's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Walker. Mr. Messenger holds a position with the Iowa R. R. Light & Power Co. of Cedar Rapids. Rev. M. A. Sjostrand left today for Rockwell City to Keep a speaking engagement in the afternoon at the Skaraborg Lutheran church at a district convention of the northern district of the women's missionary group. Two cars of ladies from Algona also attended, including Mrs. Rosewall, Mrs. Bohannon and Mrs. Alma Nelson, and a second car Is to be driven by Mrs. Brundage. Bormann. visited the Mat Bor-nann family Sunday. Mrs. Rosn Arndorfcr hud a very- sick spell the latter part of last week. She had been quite well for some time, but is slightly better at this writing. Mrs. Greg Studer, and Mrs. John were guests nt the Nick Rns- St. Benedict News Mr. and Mrs. Roy Plckens and children and Betty Arndorfer visited at the Nick Arndorfer home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Matthew O'Connor, the latter being the former Stella NOW—Special Trade-in Sale Allowances—Up to {25.00 on your old ice box or washer—up to $36.00 for your old radio. Sale ends Saturday.—Gamble Stores. 22 Icopf home. We are very sorry to he«r that Mrs. Nick Rnskopf is in very poor health. Mr. and Mrs. Pfeffer and their children and Ann Witte visited at the John Witte home over Memorial Day and Sunday, returning to Des Moines Sunday evening. Grandma Newmann, Mrs. James Brophy, Sexton, were visitors in town Saturday and also visited Grandma Immerfall and the Rnhm families and the Nick Rnskopfs. Mr. and Mrs. August Harig moved to Algona Tuesday to make their home with Dominic Stuffllck for some time as Mr. StufTrrMris In III health. Mrs. HarigJJs^hla daughter, •a "wa8 t Tlrtke Rose Kutschara ken seriously ill Friday evening and was rushed to the Kossuth hospital where an operatlori wa* performed. She is getting along nicely at this time. Mrs. Nick Arndorfer And Lenore nnd Diana Arndorfer drove to Hartley Thursday afternoon to be present for the graduation exercises on that evening when Betty, their sister, was one of the class. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Dailey and Mrs. Frances Miller drove to Algona Sunday afternoon to visit the sick at the Kossuth hospital. The ' Daileys' son. Vcrnon. and Mrs. Dailey's sister. Mrs. John Arndorfer. Yes, Sir—You can buy your tires at less than dealers' net billing prices at Gamble Stores. Be y»ur own tire dealer. 22 USED CARS 1934 Pontiac sedan 1934 Chevrolet Sedan 1931 Chevrolet Coupe 1930 Dodge Sedan 1930 Chevrolet coupe 1929 Chevrolet coach 1929 Ford A coupe 1929 Ford roadster New Oldsmobiles on Display WASHING—GREASING—BATTERY SERVICE Algona Auto Market West of Court House GAfflBlH Ends June 6 10 qt with cover or 16 qt less cover Sale Price en Cerenado S Tube Mantel Ridio • All Wave—J Rand • Newest Metal Tub** • Beautiful Cabinet e Our PHee Wat.S24.9S Sale Price.... Farm M Less Batteries $1925 tttalltMU* Fret Of•rkud Sfufct/ «r OtLin AvttMU let with each Corooado 6 tube car radio. An exceptionally floe mine. Cash Price.... 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Cash Price... 2-toch Brash • «1 both for 1342° QardM H.w wilk the FffrebtM of • Lam MUwtr Sfi feet of good quality C den hose given abio- :ly FREE with our_flTe blade mower.< Sale Price Radiator Bug Screen with Seat Covers Kool-TeiCoversfor coupe, UniveruU $1.98 For coach or sedan, Universal ifr. or rear). .91.98 Fit-Well, Tub Washable, Covers for coupe, Universal 91.89 For coach or aedan, Doiv., complete. . . .93.98 BUG SCREEN FREE CLIP THIS COUPON 3 BOXES OF I { CLOTHES PINS Your choice. 3 pkgs. ' Kant-Roll Clothes PiuJi I (40 per pkgj or spring type pins (18 per pkg.) | with this coupon. Three Packages . (30c Value) Up to |25 Allowance For Your Old Ico Box on • new Coronado DeLuxe Model. Has T.ll eu. ft of storage •pace. It feature* the four-ln-oae food file, the latest conrenieace in mod era refrigerator*, a shelf and three « hiiifrtt*ffi ffflt lo-point trol. It is a real beaut/I Model TM $ Trade-in Allowance.up to Trade-in Price, four-ta-one food file, as low as Up to S2S Allowance for Your Old Watrwr On This Now Coronado Electric* Washer This DeLuxe model No. 00 Coronado washer is a* fine as you can buy. Its feature* include LoTell balloon type wringer with new automatic reset lever—adjustable pressure—extra Urge size ribbed tub with three coats of porcelain—high blade agitator for washing efficiency. Regular Price $79.50 Allowance, as much as... 25.00 Trade-in Price, ss low as ... AVIATOR STYLE GOGGLES with a purchase of a IT'* sU'all steel" Tot" wagoa. Has 6W disc wheels with rubber dreg. Sale Price Avtat*rO*«sI**ntKE on the purchase of a large die, beet quality, all ateel coaster wagon. U'xtt". 10-inch doable disc steel wheel*. Trade-in Sale Price. $2 Allowance for Any Oil Startle Bitttry on the purchase of a new Tiger 61 Plate super-active battery. May Sale Exch.$ Price 39 Plate Battery, eich. price GAMBLE "X" OIL A good qualit y vacuum distilled, wax free motor oil. Will give complete aud thorough lubrication. Sale Price, including PlusSc Federal Tax TIRE & TUBE SALE Again Gamble's Have Done the "Impossible!" 60 days ago we reduced tire prices to bedrock, and now for this saitt ooly we offer further reductions on tire and tube combinations. These G & S tires are our regular flue quality. TIKE Tine * SIZB ONLY TUBE 30 x 3 $3.59 $4.19 30 x 3>i 3.7S 4.35 4.40-21 3.98 4.69 4.50-21 4.45 5.15 4.76-19 4.79 S.69 on a new pair of Gamble's DeLuxeextraheary weight roller skate. Nickel plated. Double ball bearinf . Tree/ BRUSH $1.00 quality 2W varnish brush FREE with 1 Gallon Four Hour Varnish. BRUSH FREE LIP THIS COL POM I 10 BOXES I I .22 SHORTS I • This outstanding offer. | I in effect only during i j this sale. With ^ sale. coupon. I I I Limit, 10 bum pw curtoa- «. White Stock Luu 10 GAMBLE STORES Hotel Algona Corner Maun* tug Partner

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