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The Algona TTpper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, August 4,1936 Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Hotchl*on and children, Sue and Teddy, left Saturday morning to spend a week vacationing at Lake Okoboji. Mr. and Mrs. D. I* Leffert and daughter, Da, and Evelyn Smith meat the week end camping at Clear Lake. Praline March and Maurice fttartenaon of Mason city visited at the home of Pauline's mother, Mrs. L. C. Hanson, Friday even- teg. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Hansen returned Friday after vacationing 10 days in northern Minnesota, at Lake Superior and Lake Vermll- llon. Mrs. Eugene Mnrtagh and daughter, Judith, returned home Saturday after spending several weeks at Okoboji in the Falkenhainer cottage. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dale left Saturday on a week's vacation •which they will spend with Mrs. Dale's sister, Mrs. Will Matlin and family. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Skinner, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Marshall of Moline spent the week end with their friends, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mledke. Mai-low Frerk, who has been the guest of Charlotte Hilton for the past two weeks, returned to her home at Stayton, Minnesota, on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Haweott and Bess Hopkins, sister of Mrs. Haw- eott, left Sunday for St. Paul for market week. They will return on Wednesday. Melvtn Miner was back on the Job at the Hub Saturday morning after spending a two weeks' vacation at Slayton, as guest of Roy Hilton, and at home. Helen Jacobson, employed at the Hotel Algona, left Saturday morn- Ing for Letcher, South Dakota, where she will spend a two weeks' vacation with her parents. Mary Foster drove to Mason City, Saturday, to meet her friend, Irene Peterson, from Gillman. Mr and Mrs. W. A. Foster, daughter Mary, and Irene, then left for a trip to Thiluth, Minnesota, and Into Canada. They expect to be gone a week. Mrs. Ernest Welton, step-sister of Herman Hauberg, and he: daughter, Kathryn, of Mount Auburn, Iowa, were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Hauberg. T. H. Chrischllles and Mrs. Fern Hardgrove left Saturday evening for Chicago to spend a week at market buying new fall merchandise for the Chrischllles A Herbst store. Margaret Klrbaeh, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Klrbaeh, left Monday morning for Chicago, where she will visit friends for the next two weeks. Margaret is employed at Kresensky's. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hargreaves and children, Irma Dee, Kenneth, and Arlene, and Rosemary Klrsch attended a Standard Oil picnic for agents and their families at Bay side, Clear Lake, Saturday. Doris Long returned home Friday afternoon, after visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Phillips at Charles City since Friday. Dick Phillips is the brother of David Phillips, local high school teacher. Mrs. C. W. Moore, Evanston, Illinois, and Mable Cratty, Minneapolis, were guests of their sister, Mrs. C. B. Murtagh during the week end. They left here to go to Ames to visit their father, R. I. Cratty. Mrs. Forest Twogood, Mrs. John Haggard, Mrs. L. C. Nugent, Mrs. J. L. Bonar, Mrs. Henry Pletch, Mrs. W. D. Andrews and Mrs. Melzar Falkenhainer were guests of Mrs. Eugene Murtagh at Okoboji Wednesday. Louise Magnusson and Mrs. D. D. Monlux left Thursday for Sioux City, where tliev spent the week end with Mrs. Hugh Roberts and Mrs. Nell Mundhenk. Louise returned to her duties at the Iowa State Bank Monday. Mrs. A. L. Long and her guests, A. D. H. Jackson, a brother, from Seattle, and her mother, Mrs. J. P. Jackson, New Hampton, went to Marrietta, Minnesota, Friday to visit another brother, Horace Jackson. Mrs. A. D. H. Jackson is visiting her father, Mr. Hill, at Exira during this time. The A. D. H. Jacksons will spend most of this winter in Iowa. Bargains at Neville's 40 pair* of {4.00 pumps, sizes 4H, 9 and 5tt at tl.49 430 pairs of Ladles' Ties and Oxfords, all sizes, at J1.00 Boys' and Men's polo shirts, all sizes, at Me Ladies' pure silk hose, all sizes, at 29c Brassieres, the 25c kind, now only 5c Men's and boys' dress caps at Uc Anklets, all sizes up to B, at 5c Men's lOc handkerchiefs, red or white at 60 Children's School oxfords, sines up to big 2, at 47c Large size Blankets, 70x80, at Mr Men's 4-buckle overshoes, the very best quality, closing Uran out at $1.88 1,000 dozen Husking Mitts and Gloves, a clean up of the Peters glove factory, all 12 ounce at $1 J!) A little early for these, but you can save money buying them now. Jimmie Neville Mr. and Mrs. E. i. Mnrtagh spent Thursday and Friday at Spirit Lake fishing. Phil Alien, Slgonrney, was a guest Wednesday and Thursday at the Joe Greenberg home. Father Ahman and 9, 9. Dooley attended the funeral of Father Meyers at Milford, Monday. Mrs. W. H. Thompson, Fort Dodge was a guest of her sister, Mrs. George H. Free, last Friday Chet Winiatmi drove to Manly, Friday, to attend the funeral of a friend, J. R. Mitchell of Mason City. Mrs. Orville Foster and daughters, Ilene and Inez, Britt, were guests Monday at the J. J. Dooley home. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pratt and daughter, Betty Jean, spent Friday in Mason City on business and pleasure. Mrs. Roy Berrie arrived Sunday and will visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William until Wednesday. Mrs. T. F. O'Haire and Mrs. Forest Twogood drove to Minneapolis Thursday and visited with friends, returning Saturday. Mrs. Bin Scharlach, Des Moines, and her mother, Mrs. Fred Trenary, Corwith, were guests of Mrs. Orville Elkins, Friday. Helen Sterling, Aria Bakken, Helen Hueser, Marjorle Van Alstyne and Mrs. H. A. Van Alstyne spent Thursday, in Des Moines. W. H. Cnmmlngs, Des Moines, was in Algona on business, Thursday and Friday. He is the owner of the Cummings variety store. Mr. and Mrs. Fred VVIIcot .ir- rived Thursday from El Paso, Texas, and will visit the former's sister, Mrs. W. V. Butler for an extended time. Mrs. Dennis Goeders returned on Wednesday evening from Pine Lake, where she had been visit- Ing her daughter, Mrs. Harold Falkenhainer since Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Clapsaddle spent Monday at Ogden and Boone. They visited with Mrs. Clapsaddle's sister, Mrs. N. C. Carlson at Ogden, and Mrs. Emil Heablom at Boone. Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Richardson and children. Max and Meredith, left Saturday noon for Denver, Colorado, and will go via Rapid City. They will be gone for two weeks. Helen Daughan arrived, Thursday, to spend her vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Daughan. Helen is nursing on private duty at the Mercy hospital at Mason City. Mrs. Robert Slmenson, formerly ?ue Morlan, moved to Graettinger, Thursday, to join her husband. Mrs. R. V. Sorensen and Isabelle Kain are operating the Milady Beauty Salon. Mrs. May Harris and daughters, Wary Harris and Mrs. Homer Anderson attended a meeting of an embroidery club, Thursday, at the home of Mrs. Theron Hanson, east of Wesley. Mrs. Walter Good and daughter, Mrs. Cecil Eenner from Garner, drove to Spirit Lake Thursday, and visited until Saturday, with Mr. and Mrs. George Good. George is the son of the former. Phyllis Crawford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Crawford, returned Sunday, from Spencer where she had been visiting at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Helem for a week. Mrs. P. 9. Grelner and daughters, Mrs. Evan Finnell, and Norrine, and Mildred Pratt will leave, Tuesday, for Milwaukee and Beaver Dam, Wisconsin, where they will visit relatives of Mrs. Greiner. Orville Elkins 1 sister, Mrs. Raymond Nelson and two children, Barbara and Robert, arrived Saturday, from Decutur, Illinois, and will spend two weeks as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Elkins and family. Mr*. Lettle Donahoo and daughter, Juanita, from New York City, nre guests at the F. W. Dingley home. Mrs. Donahoo is the sister of F. W. Dingley. They arrived Thursday and after a short visit will go to California. Here's Hotter 'News Than The Weather JUST ARRIVED 1937 PHILCO RADIOS The World's Finest At No Greater Cost, And Easy Terms We invite you to see them on display in Algona, Watermelon Day, August 5 BJUSTROM'S HOME APPLIANCES Algona, Iowa Swea City, Iowa William Garner spent Sunday In Storm Lake visiting his parents. L. F. WIIcox, Eagle Grove, was a business visitor in Algona, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. R, W. Roeder «pent the week end in Lansing visiting relatives. Merle Pratt spent the/ week end at Okoboji as guest at the Milton Norton cottage. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Paankuk of Fairmont, Minnesota, visited relatives here, Thursday. Bonnie Hurlbttrt, Des Moines, has been a guest of her school friend, Frances Rough, since Wednesday. , Mary Borman, Des Moines, \rifl arrive this week end and will be employed as beauty operator at the Cora Miller Beauty Shop. Rev. and Mrs. Engle, Emmetsburg, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. O. McCullough. Rev. Engle Is the Congregational minister at Emmetsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Smith returned Sunday evening, after a two weeks' vacation at Lake Okoboji. Mrs. Smith's mother, Mrs. John Laing, had been their guest since Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Hargreaves, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hargreaves and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Elbert drove to Ashkum, Illinois, Monday, to attend the funeral of Mrs. P. H. Hargreaves' sister, Mrs. Theodore Anderson, who died Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Wlnkel took their 11 year old daughter, Helen, to Fort Dodge, Thursday. Helen and a younger brother were playing with hollyhock switches a year ago March, she was accidentally hit In the eye, and has not seen out of it since. Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Billiard, of Gary, Indiana, spent the week end with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bishop. Mrs. Hllliard was formerly . Margaret Bishop. Monday, tbsy left for northern Minnesota, and Ruth Bishop accompanied them. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Grlswold Des Moines, arrived Friday, to spend a few days with the latter's cousin, Mrs. Anton Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Griswold are on their way to Long Lake near Hubbard, Minnesota, where they will enjoy the rest of a vacation trip. Mrs. W. D. Eaton and daughter, Marilyn, left for Sidney Wednesday, where they will visit at the home of Mr. Eaton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Eaton, until September 1. Billy, son of the W. D. Batons, has been at his grandparents' home since school was out. Mr. and Mrs. Verne Pratt and family, West Union, were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pratt, Wednesday. The former eft Thursday for Haynes, North Dakota, where they will visit Mr. Pratt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pratt. The two Mr. Pratts are brothers, and th« two Mrs. Pratts are sisters. Mr*. F. N. Esser and sons, Vincent and James, left Wednesday morning, to spend ten days in Streator, Chicago and Decatur, 111. At Streater they will visit Mrs. Esser's mother, Mrs. Belle Jennett, at Chicago they will visit Mrs. Esser's sister, Mrs. John Whalen, and they will visit her brother, Jason Jennett at Decatur. Rev. M. Fuerstenan arrived last Tuesday morning for his annual visit to look after his property and to see all his good friends in Algona. He will stay about four weeks and then return to his home in Watertown, Wisconsin. Rev. Fuerstenau was pastor of the Evangelical Lutheran church at Lotts Creek for 32 years. He has been living in Watertown, for the past three years. D. D. Clapsaddle and grandson, Dean from Burt, drove to Shab- bonti. Illinois, Tuesday, to visit at the Horace Flewellyn home. Mrs. Flewellyn is a sister of the former. On their way home they stoppeS at Iowa City where Dean made irrangements to attend school next 'all. They also stopped at Cedar Rapids and visited with Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Main, grandparents 01 Uean, and to bring Don Clapsaddle home. Don has been visitinj tia grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. T J. Vincent at Cedar Rapids sinci his trip to California. They return ed home Saturday. LUVERNESTREET GETS TREATMENT TO SETTLE DUST Edwin Knary Buys Home in Transfer of Real Estate LuVerne: The town council at the July meeting decided to have the streets treated for dust in the business part of town and this was done the latter part of the week. The two blocks on main street and a half block each of the side streets between the two hardware stores, the Corner store and the Standard gas station and the street going by Dr. Meyers office and the Jones Hatchery were so treated. It is hoped the dust will be partly eliminated. Sells Home Here Earl Lovell, a former LuVerne resident who has been In LuVerne the past week, left for his home in Belolt, Wis., Friday. While he was here, he sold his residence property in the southeast part of town to Edwin Knary. Harold Turpln, Somers, came on Friday for a visit with LuVerne friends. Mrs. F. I. Chapman will be hostess to the Presbyterian Ladles' Aid Wednesday, August 5. The John Thompsons, Monroe, Wis., were guests at the home of her father, Ed Klassi, the palft week. D. H. Wermerson, A. D. Burtis and John Ram us went on a stock buying trip to western South Dakota, Thursday. Rosena Barton came home from Goldfleld Sunday. She has been at the Ed Kelling home there the past six weeks. Mrs. Wm. Dingier and son, Will, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Dingier visited '.he D. H. Wermersen, Fred Legler and P. C. Lichty families, recently. Luella Blumer left Saturday for a two weeks' visit with her sisters, Sarah and Ada, Chicago. All three ilanned on going on a trip during ler stay. Mrs. Gladys Miller, Keosauqua, was a guest of her friend, Mrs. 'earl Conway, last week. Jacqueline and Darlene Conway left Tuesday evening for Long Beach and Redlands, California, where they will visit relatives. The B. R. Van Zyl family, Cicero, III. visited at the A. J. Eason home ast week. The Rev. Van Zyl is pastor of the First Reformed church of Chicago and they were enroute to Alton, Iowa, to spend a vacation. Mrs. Van Zyl is Dr. Eason's sister. Guests at the Henry Kubly home last week were Mr. and Mrs. Dodd Cook, Detroit; Mrs. Hilda Jeglun, Mount Horeb, Wis., and Mrs. J. S. Duerst and Fred Strelff, New Glarus, Wis. The Kubleys had visited these people when they went on a trip east last summer. P. J, Kohlhaas, vice president; and O. a Relley, secretary- Other board members are C. R. LaBarre, J. D. Lowe, R. H- Miller, John Beiser, Jos. Bloom, W. O. McCullough, G. F. Pettlt and Lyle Reynolds. Relley will receive $160 per month. The rest room In the Sawyer building will be dropped, and a request made to the city to finance the room. * * * BILLY BOWMAN, son of Mr. and Mw. S. Bowman, was severely scalded when he took a radiator cap from a tractor and the boiling water bunt Into his face. He was taken to West Bend where his burns were dressed. • • • MRS. ERNEST KRUEGER, 77, died last week at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Charles Morris, of Lone Rock. Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at the Burt Methodist church. The children are: Mrs. H. W. Manus and Ruth Krueger, Burt; Mrs. Charles Morris, Mrs. M. P. Christensen, Lone Rock; Mrs. Jay Godden, Bancroft; William Krueger, Roseau, Minn.; Albert Krueger, Fairmont, Mjnn. • • • FIRE DESTROYED the farm building used as a brooder house on the Francis Krause farm, four rilles east of LuVerne, Saturday evening. The Renwlck department arilved in time to save the house and other buildings. • • • JOHN DACKEN, 82, DIED at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dacken, Kanawha, after a serious Illness resulting from cancer. He had been operated on at Iowa City in a futile effort to save his life. The family had lived at Lakota during the past yenr. He leaves a widow and two ihlldren. Funeral services were held at Burt Social Calendar Wednesday, August 5 A ladies' bridge luncheon will be held at the club house at the Country Club Wednesday, August 5. The committee in charge is as follows: Mrs. H. R. Cowan, Mrs. A. H. Borchardt, Mrs. Myrle Griggs, Mrs. W. A. Foster, Mrs. W. B. Quarton, Mrs. M. P. Haggard, Mrs. E. W. Hanson, Mrs. M. W. Jacobson and Mrs. J. C. Mawdsley. Thursday, August 6 Thursday evening, August 6th, a Dutch lunch will be held at the Algona Country Club to celebrate the finish of the club handicap tournament. The finals of the tournament will be held that night. Only eight golfers remain In the competition. The Baptist Aid will meet at the church. The members of the St. Thomas Episcopal Guild will meet at the home of Mrs. Dora Fraser, Thursday afternoon at 2:30. The Presbyterian Helping Hand lociety and Missionary society will meet at the State Park, Thursday afternoon, August 6, at 2:30 o'clock. Jrlng sandwiches, covered dish, dishes and silver. Those who have no way of going to the park, please meet at the church not later than 2:16 o'clock. Those driving cars who do not have a load, plea«e meet at the church at the same Rewrites Of Newt From Ust Friday'» Konuth County Advance The Concordia Ladies' Aid of the Trinity Lutheran church will have :heir monthly meeting in the Call State Park Thursday afternoon. Kindly bring covered dish, sandwiches and silverware. Friends and guests are cordially invited Please meet at. the church at 2 o'clock. rtnLT Sat., Sun., Mon. Aug. 8-9-10 Continuous show Sunday-Monday. Monday matinee 2:30. You've never known her at her best—TILL NOW. SHE MAKES THE GAY WHITE WAY GAYER! SHIRLEY TEltlPLE ZfcPOOR LITTLE ( RICH GIRL , * ALICE FAYE . GLORIA STUART ' ? JACK HALEY >' . Michdei WHALEN ^ Vaudeville Highlight* "SUNDAY 00 TO MJEETIN" FRED BLEUER, West Bend, aged 44, waa drowned in Spirit Lake, late Wednesday, when he fell from a boat into 40 feet of water. He was with Arnold Wllderman at the time. They rented a rowboat with an outboard motor, and were a mile out from shore, when they decided to change locations, Bleuer was in the rear, and attempted to start the motor. When It caught the boat gave a Jump and the West Bend man fell out H4 was unable to swim, and Wlld- entian, also unable to swim. look ed into the water Intending to offer his companion an oar, bul Bleuer evidently sank to the hot torn, because he did not come to the surface so that he could b Helped. Bleuer clerked In a West Bend pool hall, and was a World War veteran who saw action in France. • • • A T YEAR OLD son of Jos. Drilling waa run over at Ledyard, but escaped serious injury, when he darted out from between two cars and waa knocked down. • • • ALLEGED PEDDLERS. Eugene L. Walsh and George Harman, boaters, were arrested at Burt following the celebration at that place recently, by a state and federal agent, and lodged in jail with bond »et at $4.000. Dope pills were taken from the two men and analyzed by Dr. Walter Fraser, who found that they contained morphine. They are being held for trial. • • • JOHN BAHR, farm hand, was held to the grand jury on a charge of forging a check. It is claimed that he signed the name of P. W. Hanbon to the check. He admits doing it, but stated that he was authorized to do so by Hanson, his employer, to pay for back wages. Hanson says he made no such authorization. The check was cashed at the Madson & Hanson clothing store, and another one at Anderson Cafe. Bond was set at $1,000, which Bahr was unable to furnish. • a • THREE FIRES IN dry, tinder- like grass called out the nre department last week in Algona. The most serious was at the John Frankl 10-acre field of clover, south of Dr. Nugent'*, where fire destroyed several acres of clover and other growth. • • • KO8SUTH COUNTY licensed 608 new automobiles thus far in 1936. The total for July waa 82. « • * THE NEW CHAMBER of Commerce setup was fully outlined lust week, when the directors met. They increased the board to 12, adding D. E. Dewel and P. J. Christensen. At the next annual meeting, directors will be reelected, four for one year, four for two years, and four for three years, and from there on four will be elected every year as terms expire. M. (J. Norton was named president; Mrs. Wallace MacDougall and fion, Bobbie, left Saturday for Lone Tree, where they will spend a week with the former's sister, Mrs. Jay Kent and family. Societies and Clubs Agnes Knecht Wed*— Agnes Ann Knecht, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Knecht, well known Kossuth family living east of Algona, became the bride of Clifford N. Scholls of Rockwell Clifford N. Scholls, of Rockwell, Iowa, In a ceremony performed at 8 a. m. this morning (Tuesday) at the Catholic church at Rockwell. The groort Is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Scholls of Rockwell, and is employedjiy Swift & Co. at Mason City. The bride has been work- Ing at Maaon City for the past three years. A small group of intimate friends, and relatives, attended the ceremony. Following the wedding the couple left on a trip with destination unannounc- ed Walter Scholls, brother of the> groom, acted as best man, and Veta Scholls, sister of the bride, was the bride's attendant. Leona Stewart was In Fort Dodge Monday on business. RW.POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long distance faautto*. «t*» toad insured again* lose or damage. Equipped t» to ftQ of draylng and hauling. 39-tf •• ed " When In need of glaawa have your ayes thorougnly examined by DR. F. E. SAWYER, Opt. AW tew* klWWUWWVWVWWVWWV All seats 16' Kids 10c Tuesday, Aug. 4, Mat. 2:30 "SHO-KENO" Guy Klbbee In "THE BIG NOISE" Mickey Mouse Phil Harris Musical Edw. C. Hill News All seats Kids lOc Wed., Thur., Fn., Aug. 5-6-7 Wed. Continuous Show Than. A Frl. Matinees 1:80 LYONS of Mason City, Iowa, will have a special showing of the Latest Styles of 1936-1937 Fur Coats and Swaggers Wednesday and Thursday August 4-5 If you plan to have a new fur c.oat this season, (and most women are), then be sure to see our superb collection of the latest 193U- 1937 styles. II Buy in This Advance Showing BECAUSE: You get the piek of the finest furs. You get quality and workmanship. You get the piek of the fashions. You save up to 25 percent. We will have a complete selection of coats to choose from, including Hudson Seal, Northern Seal, Persian Lamb, Krimmer, Broadtail, Otter, Muskrat, Squirrel and Caraculs. These Coats $ C Q50 will sell as low as Off up Kpet-ial low prices on repairing, remodeling and reliuing of your old coats during this showing. Elk Cleaners & Tailors Algoua, Open evenings by appointment A reasonable depoait will bold any coat. Our "lay-away" plan mokes it easy tor you to pay for your (urn during the summer months.

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