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SHOWER AT BURT FOR JUNE BRIDE HELD ON FRIDAY Mrs. Lyle Godfredson Is Guest at Friday Gathering Burt: A. post-nuptial miscellaneous shower was given last Friday afternoon tor Mr*. Lyle Godfredson at her home south of Burt. Mrs. Godfredson was formerly Josephine Lee of Irvington. Mr. and Mrs. Godfredson were married May 24. Hostesses giving the shower were Mrs. Emery Connelly. Mrs. Peter Godfredson, Mrs. Elza Woltz and Mrs. Merle Woltz. About forty guests were present, including relatives and friends from Irvington, Algona and Burt. A feature of the afternoon was a mock wedding, put on by members of the Portland Progress club. Picnic at Call Park Thursday evening Margaret Mor- ness, lona Moyer. Helen Thompson and Helen Schwietert had a picnic supper at Call Park in honor of Helen Schrader, who left Sunday for Delevan Lake, Wisconsin, where she has a position in a summer resort hotel. Friday evening Mrs. C. C. Smith entertained four of the glrJs at a chicken dinner at Algona in her honor. Ruby Madison, Traer. came Sunday and accompanied Helen to Delevan Lake. Men to Entertain Wednesday of this week the Presbyterian Mite society will entertain the Irvlngton and Lone Rock societies and the local Methodist and Lutheran societies. A program will be given and a 15 cent lunch served. 100 At "Open Hotifte" More than a hundred attended the "open house" held by Mr. ano" Mrs. L. E. Roetman last week Wednesday for the purpose of giv- The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, June 23,1936 ing the public a chance to inspect their new home, which was recently built by the creamery company. The house contains six rooms and bath and is modern in every respect. Mr. and Mrs. Roetman served all callers with refreshments. G. W. Patterson had 2,000 more sheep shipped here last week. Ben Bahling is building a new house on his farm west of town. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Rachut visited relatives at St. Ansgar las*, week Tuesday. Rev. Warren Ives, Linn Grove, called Thursday at the Rev. S. H. Aten home. Ethel Symms. Nora Springs, came Wednesday to assist in the George Carroll home. Dr. W. T. Peters attended a medical meeting at Fort Dodge last Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moore are parents of a daughter, born Friday morning. June 19. Eleanor Huddlestun. Webster City, spent last week here with her friend. Elizabeth IlifT. Mrs. Jennette Goozy. Algona, is spending the summer here with her sister. Mrs. Margaret Murray. C. W. Schryver and James Christenson went to Ames Friday to attend a convention of blacksmiths and welders. Vern Anderson is again spending the summer with his aunt. Mrs. Frank Bahling. His home is in Minneapolis. The Estel Rentz family visited over Sunday a week ago with Mrs. Frank Nellis. Mrs. Rentz's sister at Easton, Minn. J. T. Heaney is taking a weeks' vacation from, his duties at the Burt Savings bank and is visiting relatives in Minnesota. Mrs. Dale Dick and little daueh- ter of Sanborn spent last week at the L. E. Roetman home. Mrs. Dick is Mr. Roetman's sister. Malcolm Nelson. Fort Dodge, was calling on his cousins, Ronald Elvidge. Charles Hanna and Hugh McDonald Thursday evening. Ben Stewart left Wednesday for Eden, New York, where he will visit his sister, Mrs. Van Note, and also expects to obtain employment. Ronald Elvidge. Ames student. 'News Items of Wesley Vicinity Mrs. Jack Sherman, Williams, is visiting her daughter. Mrs. Ramon Ricke. Mrs. Helen Johnson returned home Sunday, having cared for Mrs. Ramon Ricke. Mr. and Mrs. John Mullins drove to Des Moines on business last Thursday. They returned Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Hall, Clear Lake, vialted M-rs .Hall's sister. Mrs. L. L. Lease, last week Wednesday. The Wesley ball team. Oliver Young, manager, was to play St. Benedict at Corwlth this week on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Fe\t drove to Oelwein last Friday to visit until Sunday with their daughter. Mrs. Peter Haverly. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Meurer and their little daughter, Cheryll, drove Friday to Mason City, where Mrs. Meurer and Cheryll were to consult Dr. O'Brien, eye and throat specialist. The annual banquet of the Wesley high school alumni association will be held in the dining room of the Methodist church this week Thursday evening, the Methodist Aid serving. A UsiugHten was born to Mr, and Mrs. Ramon Ricke last week Monday evening at 8 o'clock. Both mother and babe have been in serious condition, but are now doing nicely. Mrs. Helevi Johnson is the nurse. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wellik drove to South Dakota to visit relatives, starting Friday. They were to return Sunday. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hutchison and Verla, who will visit Ernest's brother, Ellsworth, at Montrose, South Dakota. Outlaw.. That mean* anything and everything instead of a Stop and Shop—Cat«-h 'Em and Skin 'Em—Cut Rate —(A. B. C.)—or Johnny Jump Up—we are calling oar market LONG'S OUTLAW FOOD SHOP We hare had some Terr sweet rental offers for o«r •tore room, an* If we 4U rent oat the room, WM fig•ring OB potting np a big Drive-In Market OB one of the highway*, bnt sine* onr big bnlldlng boom going on In front and to the baek of onr location, and, la fact, OB Dodge street, with onr postoffiee BOW a *nre thing we feel we wonld be foolish to give np the be*t location in town for a highway (Drive-In Market). So pleane look us np at the old stand—right In the heart of Algona. For those hot Sundays to those who do not have Ice boxes we are always at onr store taking care of the balance of onr Satnrday evening work, from 8 to 9 o'clock a. m. So if yon should want fresh meat or frnlt, come In at that boar. Onr drag store* keep open night and day to serve the public. The Red Book says only one out of 50 sales In a drag store Is for the sick bed and the balance Is for Ice cream, candy and hot chocolate—people mnst have THEIR FOOD. Saturday, July 1st OUR NEW SCHEME STARTS SAVE LONG'S TICKETS—some old ticket*. (We saved 959.69 by nslng the old ones) bat the scheme In Bot the same. We ure giving FREE PRIZE PACK- AOES for onr ticket*, as follows: WEDNESDAY P. 2 to 4 o'clock. HATCRDAY NIGHT, 8 TO 10 O'CLOCK. iO Dollars of Tickets, No. 1 Package. 40 Hollars of Tickets No. 2 Package. 00 Dollars of Ticket*, No. 3 Package. No one will know what is in the package, bat efery- one with our I'ASH TICKET* will get 100 per cent plus. Tickets Mill be given with all cash sales—week day, fi) two week*, and .10 days, no longer time. This system of trading will I* same as cash at Long's. We are putting this bit; advertising plan oa until October 1st or longer. NEWS ITEM Just as soon as we ran fiad 41500.00 rolling up bill we will put in a new front la our store, bat la the meantime try and enjoy our old front with new ideas aud quality goods. HOT KHOTft FOB FRIDAY AND HATFBDAY Hwaas Down Take Hour 2ie Containing u FREE can of Calumet Baking Powder Kilt Craikers, per pkg. 21* limit Cbtese, pkg. 17c Long's Quart Jar Coffee, some thing extra .-Large si/e Oxjdol, wkg. Medium size pkg. 21e Silver Dust, i»kg. 10-pound bag Sugar -ale Outlaw Food Shop left Saturday for Laona. Wisconsin, where he will attend a students' forestry camp during the summer. Gordon Callahan. eleven year old grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Zanke. came last week to spend the summer with them. His home is in Californic. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Lee and their daughter. Mrs. F. P. Foil. Eagle Grove, came Thursday for a few days' visit with Mr. Lee's sister. Mrs. J. N. Holding. The Rev. L. Richmanns returned Thursday evening from Readlyn. where they had visited relatives and Rev. Richmann had attended a Lutheran conference. Mrs. Eva Hodgson and daughters. Esther and Ruth, returned on Thursday from El Paso. III., where they had spent a week with Mrs. Hodgson's brother. Dr. Pat ton. Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Dremmel and grandchildren. Donald and Marlene Dremmel, went to Prairie du Chien. Wisconsin, Friday to spend a few days with Mr. Dremmel's sister. Mrs. Anna Ambrose returned to her home at D<* Moines last week Wednesday after spending seven weeks with Burt relatives. She is • daughter of Mrs. Melissa Trunk- bill. *^ M. E. Polhemus went to Iowa City Wednesday to visit his son. Warren. He returned home on Thursday with Mrs. Eva Hodgson and daughters, who stopped there on their way home from El Paso. Ill Mrs. Wallace Eichorn, formerly Mildred Anderson and Burt teacher, was calling on Burt friends last week Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Eichorn wtU go to Los Angeles, California, to make their home in a few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. NeU Handwith and family, Jackson, Minn., spent Sunday at the Prank Bahling home. The Charles Scott, Russel Shipler, Alvin Anderson, Fred and Robert Dransfeldt families also gathered at the Bahling home for a picnic dinner. Mrs. A. M. Lease and her little son. Burrell, returned last week Monday from Urbana, where they had visited Mrs. tease's parents, the F. W. Burrells. They attended the annual Burrell family reunion, held at Spencer's Grove, near Urbana. Sixty relatives were present. Twenty-one friends of Mrs. Wilbur Fisher met at the home of Mrs. Oliver Young last Thursday to observe her birthday. The afternoon was spent socially. Mrs. Young served lunch, all except the guest of honor contributing to the cost. A medicine cabinet was presented to Mrs. Fisher. The Sisters of St. Joseph's parochial school left last Thursday for Milwaukee, to spend the winter in their home convent. St. Francis. They are Sisters M. Lydia. M. Leon- lia. M. Alice. M. Mercy, and M. Annaclete. and they will remain until late August, returning before the opening of school. A union picnic was held for the Wesley Sunday School and those of Britt and the Upper Flat at Eagle Lake last Thursday. Mr. Christenson. a missionary from Swaziland. South Africa, spoke on the evangelization and customs and characteristics of these people. His three children, two high school boys and a younger girl, all born in Africa, also spoke: the older boy on the habits of the people; the second, on their home life: and the girl, on their dress. The boys sang a song in the Zulu language. Mrs. Christenson gave a talk on food and cooking, showing how the food there varies for various ages. Mr. Christenson was to speak in the Congregational church here Sunday morning, and Sunday evening close a series of meetings at the Upper Flat, by showing slides illustrating the missionary work. Post Nuptial Shower In West Bend Hall St. Joe: A number from here attended a pre-nuptial shower in honor of Miss Laurine Klepper, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Klepper. in the West Bend hall on Sunday afternoon. Miss Klepper will be married on June 23rd. She is a sister of Mrs. Leonard Weydert of this place. Bead The Want Ads—It fun Ql'AUiT AT LOW AVI> VHKK UJSUVEWf OFTEX SAVE LO*fcr*S I 1 ASH TICKETS This beautiful modern refrigerator gives you more »pac«, keep* foods freaher, yet cocts but • half to a third of what you'd expect. Only Coolaatof hat.tbc patented air -conditioning "chamber which supplies tK* cold f washed, humidified, circulated air that removes food odors, prevents drying out. Try one of the new Cookrator models tor ten days FREE! Algona Ice Cream & Candy Factory At Mallard Funeral Mrs. John B. Reding. Mr. and Mrs. George Wagner. Ted. Nicholas and Orville Wagner attended the funeral of Mike Wagner at Mallard Monday morning at 9 o'clock. Mr. Wagner was an uncle of those attending. House Dance Enjoyed A house dance was given Thursday evening at the Mrs. Mary Lentsch home. A good time was had by all. Lunch was served. Music was furnished by the Loss orchestra. George Bormann U driving a new Ford V-S. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Reding were Fort Dodge callers Thursday. Stella Mae Reding spent several days this week at the James Red- Ing home. Bobbie Reding of Whittemore is spending this week at the John B. Reding home. Sally Muller of Whittemore spent several days this week at the John Friders home. Mr. and Mrs. John Thul and daughter. Eileen from Algona were callers at the John Thul home on Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John B. Redine and son. Delmer. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wagner and Nicholas Wagner were Fort Dodge shoppers Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Beckel and family of Eagle Grove. Mr. and Mrs. George Lenertz of Livermore were Sunday dinner guests at the Ted Wagner home. Mrs. Mary Schiltz and daughter of Bancroft, Mrs. Annie Thilges and daughter, Mrs. Leslie Jensen of Lakota were visitors Tuesday at the Mrs. Lucy Wagner and Sylvester Wagner homes. Union 4-H Girl Is Ames Delegate Union: The 4-H club girls met at the home of their leader, Mrs. Jacob Winkei, last Tuesday evening. Officers were elected with Frances Winkei. president; Dorothy Reid, vice president: Evelyn Dodds. secretary, and Fern Gisch, historian. The latter is also the county president. Miss Gisch and Bernice Dodds. as delegates of the Union club, expect to leave Wednesday for the 4-H club rally at Ames. Here For Summer Mr. and Mrs. George Zanke and small son, Gerald of Chicago, came Wednesday evening to spend their summer vacation here with relatives, the Jacob Winkels. Robert Harveys and his brother, Joe. near Burt. Ixwhjaw Shot Mrs. Nicholas J. Krieps had a shot for lockjaw recently when she ran a nail into her hand, which has caused her considerable trouble. Oscar Stewart is assisting with the work at the Ben Gould farm. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harvev attended an ice cream social in the Doan vicinity last Thursday evening. Frances Sorensen. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jens Sorensen. had her tonsils removed by Dr. Bourne of Algona last Tuesday. Mrs. Alfred Schenck and four children spent four days last week visiting and attending a gathering of relatives in Marshall countv. Mrs. Ben Gould attended a dinner at the Blue Room at the Hotel in Algona last Thursday evening at a meeting of a Larkin club of which she is a member. A theatre party was enjoyed after dinner. SENECA NEWS Maxine Bollig and John Metzger spent Sunday at the A. T. Paulsen home. Maynard Hoeck of Swea City spent several days the past week at the home of his aunt and family. Mrs. A. T. Paulsen. Mr. and Mrs. George Yager left Seneca Friday for an extended visit with their son. Roscoe and family on the west coast. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Campbell and family and Charles Baird. all of Sioux City, spent Thursday afternoon at the Mrs. E. M. Gardner home. Mrs. A. T. Paulsen has been laid up the past week with an infection in the ball of her left foot and she has been under the care of Dr. Mueller of Fenton. It is a mystery how the infection started as there hasn't been a sore there. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Campbell and family and Charles Bairtt of Sioux City spent several days the past week at the J. J. Drinnan home. Mr. Balrd formerly lived. where the Drinnan family now live and Mrs. Campbell will be remembered aa Luella BairdV a daughter of Charles Baird. SEXTON NEWS BANCROFT NEWS | 3D SfsarteteeetnrSfffSfayattnffrtftfiftrtrtrf. Mrs. Wm. Quinn broke her arm last Tuesday when she fell down the cellar steps at her home. ' Margery Sherman left Sunday for the University of Minnesota, where she plans to take a. summer school course. Mrs. Paul Grames and two children, Dorothy and Pat, vicited relatives and friends at Owatonna. Minn., last week. Mr. and Mrs. Art Goche are the parents of a baby boy born Tuesday. This U the third child and stcond boy in the family. Mrs. Kdw. Fr«derick*on and two children, Kneihl and Jimmy, visited with relatives and friends at from Thursday to Monday. Mrs. Jamey iJtvine and children, Sigourney, are visiting at the home of her mother, Mrs. John Nemmers and other relatives and frit-iida. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Clark sptnt the week end at Hutthinion, Minn., visiting at the J. C. Kennedy home. Mrs. Clark is a niece of Mrs. Kennedy. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hayes, La Motte, vuuUd with Mrs. Hayes' su- ter, Siater Mary Madgalene, and also at the L. J. Neouuers home on Saturday. Mrs. Wm. Saundcru and two augbters, Lois and Janet, Meudola, III., are visiting at the home of Mrs. Saundtrs' parent*, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Scheimnel. #. L. F. Bukeman returned to her liojuc in Maryland Friday afttr g a tuunlb here. She wa* here on account of the illness a/id death of her father, K. K. Hutton. Slater Mary Anthony. R. N , Ann Arbor. Michigan, ti^eiit several day^ wcvk with htr p^rcnU, Mr. and Mis. Joseph Kramer. Lcona Kram- tr, it. N , another daughter, is aUo siting here. Mr. and Mrs. Wrn. Korrecl and ilrs. John Schneider drove to Fort Dodiji: recently to visit Mrs. Edward Scully uho ia Ui in the Mercy hospital there. Mrs. Schneider L., a daughter and Mr. Kerrcct a brother of Mrs. Scully. Lois Miller who has been on the sick list for a week or more, is able to be out again. Clem Cunningham shelled his corn which was on the Elmer Emery farm Friday morning. The Married People's dancing club of Algona held a dance in the Sexton hall Tuesday evening. Mrs. Orville Hedrick from near Irvington. was a visitor at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Neuman Friday. Mrs. Andy Baker and daughter, Zada, and sons. Virgil and Merlin, left Tuesday after spending several days with Mr. and Mrs. John Huff, Jr. Mrs. Huff is a daughter of Mrs. Baker. The Bakers live in Mason City. Mrs. A. L. Greenfield and daughter, Edith, were visitors at the home of Mrs. Eliza Richards in Algona Thursday afternoon. They also visited C. I. Mansmitn and son, Melvin. who are patients at the Kossuth hospital. Mrs. Sarah Wise and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Stevens left early on Friday morning for Mapleton, Minnesota, to spend a few days with their children, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Stevens and family. Mrs. Lloyd Stevens underwent an operation early Friday morning for the removal of her tonsils. She hay been in very poor health for several months. Mrs. Stevens was formerly iJorothy Wise. There'* {AT mole r^al paint lu a gallon can oi LOWIi BROTHERS HIGH bTA.MJ- ARO Huuse Piiiut than there ii in a £allou can oi cheap paiut. HUjH STANDARD cover* inure jurlict—i> eaiicr u> apply — cui» down p.uuiiiV time — and wear* longer. See u* before you do auy pajuuu^ it will pay )uu! F.S. Norton & Son Cd3303&Ct&dC£Ci&!& Plum Creek News I Gcnevieve Altwegg and Helen McMahon called on Mrs. Keith Strayer Friday afternoon. The Floyd Gross family of nctir Austin. Minn., were visitors list Sunday at the home of his brother, John Gross, here. Lucille Calhoun. Irene Fitzgerald and some other young folks were at Crystal Lake last Sunday, where they picnicked and fished. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Calhoun were at St. Peter. Mi-.ii , Sunday, wh<>:e they witnessed t;,o ordaining of a group of Luthera.i ministers. Mr. and Mrs. James Davidson, son Ronald, of Algona. and Mrs. Ross Calhoun and Marvin were visitors Tuesday night at the Wm. Altwegg home Mary Grubb. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Grubb was taken to the University hospital nt Iowa City I recently where she is being treated for a "serious ailment. Little Robert Haag was released from Mercy hospital at Fort Dodgo Tuesday and 'jr<u:|<ht to his home. It will be several weeks beforo Robert will be ,ibl_' '_o be around. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Altwegg. son Morlyn and H. D. Robinson were at Lake Crystal. Minn., last Sunday, where they visited the J. E. Baker home. Mrs. Baker is a sister of Mr. Altwegg. Harvey Johnson lost a valuable cow last week and several head have died and been under the care of a veterinarian at the Kent farm. Alfalfa hay and sweet clover were the cause of the trouble. A large group of ladies attended a joint meeting of the Union, Cresco and Plum Creeks clubs at the Call Park shelter house last Wednesday. A nice program was enjoyed and ice cream and wafers were served. A large number of Plum Creek people attended the funeral services on Saturday for C. D. Ward In the Congregational church at Algona, Mr. Ward was the father of Mrs. Floyd Gardner and an old settler of Union township. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley drove to Rochester, Minn., last Sunday, where Mrs. Mawdsley interviewed the doctors at the Mayo clinic. They returned the same day. Miss Eunice Bowman of Algona stayed with the children and visited several days at the Mawdsley home. **»K«S»CflXiWW8^^ Your Clothes Need Cleaning Often in the Summer Warm weather merms lighter clothes. And light colors nnd soft fabrics require more frequent cleaning to retain their smart appearance and comfort qualities Elk Cleaners & Tailors Phone 330 \\> Deliver SERVICE Car Fainting Body and Fender Work Tops Recovered, Wood Replaced Door Posts Parsons' PAINT £ BODY SHOP Firestone Bldg. Algona 21-23 DEAL WITH A Friendly Institution Borrow from an INSURED Association When you finance your homp through this association, you deal with friendly people Our officers are always available for consultation. You are certain, too. that an association having saving.* acrnunls insured for safety (up to J5.000I by an agency of the U. S. Government is a stable, going institution. Avoid delays and high costs by fiancing your home here. Algona Federal Savings & Loan Ass'n 206 East State St. c. R. LnBarre, Sec'y INVEST SAVINGS UNDER OUR SAFETY-INSURED PLANS Washable Dresses-Skirts * • • * Laundered with Exacting Care I In a bath of gentle soap suds and soft water — your dresses are washed thoroughly and safely according to the fabric. Our exacting pressing by craftsmen who are familiar with styles, restores the trim lines, and your dresses come back fresh, clean and beautifully finished. Send them regularly—you'll be delighted with the results. Kirsch Laundry PHONE 267 I had to rent a barn to store the Red Crown I saved 1— umplains- V(\JM\JWJt U>S)tnWa_ • ! ! ''' • ' a • zr > •- If Miss String, secretary of the Ladies'Aux- iliary of the Tall Story Club, bat a fault it it that her club reports are always tinged with tadneu. To wit: "T AST tall somebody (old me I'd save gasoline if /.', LJ I used Standard Red Crown all tbe time. So, without considering the consequences, I agreed to use nothing else for i year. And just look what ii got me into I "Tbe very first day I saved a bowl full. That was fine—it wasn't in (he way at all. But look—in the 6rst week I'd saved a tamlfull'. By tbe cod of \ (be year I'd saved a tank-iar/ullt "My, what a lot of gasoline to keep uound tbe house! "Father complained so bitterly that I had to *nt a barn to store it in. And now I've got » barn A// of Kcd Crown—and mure piling up every day. Im almost lorry I ever started." fi we should feel sorry for Mia String. But somehow we just can't bring tmrselves to believe a word of her story. Vft have reason to k/iotv that Stan Jar J Red Crown is an ecmoiuital gasoline — but its u»t hardly saves that muih. Because it dots have "more live power p«r gallon," Standard Rtd Crown operates It car with lets waste power per gallon. Wk*t you tan, I'M longer mileage, is well HMrlb while over a year's time. But rather ' tbmt makt claims, Standard prefers to makt it taty — and profitable— for motorists to find tut At real facts about gasoline mileage for So, this summer Standard it *, \*«s& -'-- i^«ft^»>t?J\.v- conditttmf tht most extensive road test eter attempted. You are invited to participate. DRIVE A "TEST CAR" IN THE WORLD'* GREATEST ROAD TEST ffOOO.OOin f.nl> juJ buuJred'foJfineiueribauJistaurarJt for Ten C.ir Urn en. CiiJitctt to di^our ittiv iHoney-uvimm facto about maturing. A'u obli^jtiun. No extra drivimf Standard Juruiibei all equipment Joreaiy recording of milej^i during 65 djyj ordinary driving, AHV cjr ill Slat* it ilixi&le ubilc entry foroa Get full dtt^ili uou, /ruat Mty Dealer. Be sure your car ia aafe to drive—then DRIVE SAFELY

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