The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, August 25,1936 Mrs. P. *. Chrlstonften spent from Wednesday evening to Friday ev- •enlng at Spirit Lake. Dean Ctepsaddle and Leona Lleh- ter wlU attend the Iowa State fair this week Thursday and Friday. M f*V.„* **• Patterson left last •treek Monday, to spend two weeks resting at the sanitarium at Nevada. Ray Thorson and Slgne Severson of Minneapolis, were house guests Of Mr. and Mrs. Arne Horsford, Sunday. ' Mr. and Mrs. John Button drove to Des Moines Thursday and spent the day at the Ford V-8 Frolic held at Rlvervlew Park. MM. Walter Good will arrive Borne the latter part of the week after a pleasure trip of two weeks to Minneapolis and Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. tended -a Qfootera ft at the Sheldon Park Triday. .There were attendance. - EUcabetii Nugent, daughter of Mrs. W. D. Nugent, has returned to duties at the Algona Insurance Agency after spending a week's vacation at home. Mr. and Mrs. James Elbert and daughter, Shirley, and Mrs. El- bert'a mother, Mrs. J. H. Palmer, ap«nt Sunday in Webster City visiting relatives. Betty Craven, sister of Mrs. Geo. Conkltn, returned to her home In Aberdeen, South Dakota, Friday. Bbe was a guest at the Conklin home since July 4th. _. Mrs, H. L. Turner and children, Robert, William, and Ruth arrived horn* Tuesday after spending a week's time with the former's brother at Mountain Home, Arkan- Mary Lou Janvrln has been seriously ill during the past week, with a lung trouble that the doctors seem unable to diagnose. She Is improving at this time. Arne Horsford, employee in the local Gamble store, will be In Emmetsburg during the next two weeks, managing the Gamble store there while the manager is on his vacation. Mrs. L. W. Giltespte tor* har little daughter, Marlene, to <'ur- with Saturday, to attend the first birthday party of little Jerry Lee Puffer, son of Mr. and Mm. Phil- Up Puffer. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Arndorfer and family of Milwaukee, arrived Sunday to spend a week visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Grelner. Mr. Arndorfer Is Mrs. Grelner's brother. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Aalfs spent (the week end in Akron visiting the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ja-> cob Aalfs. Mr. Aalfs attended a convention of Armour Company at Sioux City, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ward of Marysville, Missouri, spent Wednesday with the latter's aunt, Mrs. R. A. Evans. Mr. and Mrs. Ward have been spending the summer Ih a cottage at Okoboji. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gelgel attended the funeral of William Krause at Fenton, in the German Lutheran church last Monday. Mr. Krause lived in Lone Rock during the later years of his life. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Spllles and daughter. Arlene, returned last Tuesday from New Hampton. They had been visiting the former's brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Spilles. The two brothers spent a few days in Chicago, attending ball games. 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Smith left for his liotna a Keota, Thursday morning, afte spending a week visiting at th home of his sister, Mrs. J. I. Trout man. Grace Van Arnem, sister of Mrs D. A. Barnard, Is a guests at th D. A. Barnard home. She will visi them until the latter part of th week. Mrs. Royal Ronpe of Cedar Rap ids, arrived Saturday, and will vis! a week or ten days with her sis ter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. E Sheehan. Mrs. Ed Genrieh and son, Row ard, returned last Tuesday afte spending several days visiting wltl her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E Jones, near Livermore. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Norman o Winnebago, were week end guest; D. A. Barnard, is a guest at th week. The Normans are the aun and uncle of Mrs. Barnard. Mrs. Eugene Murtagh and HUli daughter, Judy, returned home on Sunday from the Falkenhalner cot tage at Okoboji, where they hav been spending the summer. Elizabeth Nugent, daughter o Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Nugent, of Spen cer, spent the week with her aunt, Mrs. P. R. Irons. Mr. and Mrs Irons took her home Sunday. Thursday, H. E. Carr drove to Fort Dodge to meet Mrs. Jean Ho bart, an aunt of Mro. Carr. Mrs Hobart Is from Omaha, and wll make a short visit with the Carr family. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Becker took Mr. Becker's parents, Mr. and Mrs A. C. Becker, to LuVerne Friday morning so that the old peopli could spend homecoming day with old friends. Jack Reed, son of Dr. H. R. Reed, and Donald Reed, son o Byron R. Reed, of Decatur, Illinois arrived Monday to visit a week or ten days with their aunt, Mrs. Orville Elklns. Dr. W. R. Laird of Sioux Falls, arrived at the home of his mother Mrs. Ella Laird, Wednesday evening, and left for his home Friday morning. Dr. Laird was making a business trip. Mrs. Gus Janlsch from Montrose, South Dakota, accompanied by a sister, Mrs. George Gllchrtst and children of Barnes City, are pay ing a short visit to another sister Mrs. Lillian Maihlson. Enid Fuller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Fuller, returned a week ago Sunday from Okoboji, where she had been vacationing for a week. Mr. Fuller is salesman for the Pennzoil company. Phil Bergfleld went to Iowa City, Wednesday, where he spent a few days making arrangement to enter the Iowa University this fall. He las been employed this summer at Laird Sc McCullough chapel. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Elbert and Mr. and Mrs. James Elbert spent last week Monday evening at Fort Dodge. The men attended a Vesta battery meeting held at the Country Club, and the v/omen attended the theatre. Paul Collins, brother of Mrs. E. H. Beardsley, and Peter Collins, uncle of Mrs. Beardsley, of Rock Rapids, stopped Tuesday on their way to Vinton, and also stopped Friday on their return trip at the E. H. Beardsley home. Mr. and Mrs. Howard jr. Wallace arrived Thursday to spend a few days visiting at the home of the latter's sister, Mrs. W.* K. Ferguson. The Wallaces have been to New York and are now on their way to their home in Hollywood. Norman Frerklng, son of Rev. Frerklng of Lakota, preacEed the sermon during the last two Sundays at the Presbyterian church. He is studying for the ministry, and took the place of Rev. C. Paul Carlson, who will be back in The pulpit next Sunday, after taking a month's vacation. Mrs. Thomas O'Halre left today (Tuesday) for her home in Washington, D. C. Mrs. O'Halre has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Rial, during the past two months. Mrs. O'Halre will meet Mrs. Rollln Hunter In Des Moines, and they will drive to Washington from there. Mr. and Mrs. Evart Eyre* spent Sunday with the latUr's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Bergneld. They were accompanied to their home in LeMars by their little son, Phil, and Mrs. Franklin Clarke, whose home 1s also in LeMars. Mrs. Clarke and little Phil spent the past week with the Bergflelds. Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Smith and sons, Craig and Donnie, and Mary Corlnne FlemiUg of Whittemore, left Saturday morning for Black Duck lake in northern Minnesota, where they will spend a week's vacation. D. P. Smith is a post office employee, and Craig is employed at Dutch's Super Service. Mr. and Mrs. Forest Twogood spent the week end in Sioux City with the former's father, D. S. Twogood. Mr. and Mrs. Twogood have been visiting Mrs. Twogood's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Haggard. They will return for a few days before going to Moscow, Idaho, where Mr. Twogood will coach in the University of Idaho. Mr. and Mr*. W. E. Resseguie and children left for their home in Chicago, Friday. They had been visiting at the home of the former's mother, Mrs. T. H. Holmes for ten days. During the week end of their visit they were guests of friends at a house party at the Crescent Beach Hotel at Okoboji, and with friends at Sheldon. Lulu Kohl returned last Tuesday evening after spending a ten days' vacation In Minnesota. She accompanied her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Kohl, of St. Paul, to Lake Nisswa, Duluth and points north of Duluth. They had planned to go into Canada, but the forest tires have been so bad in that country that the roads are closed. Lulu is employed at the Coaat-to- Coast store. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Carr and children, Josephine and Sonny, returned a week ago Saturday from a two weeks' vacation trip. They visited Mrs. Carr's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cram, at Moliue. Mr. Cram is in charge of the display department for the John Deere Co. and Mr. Carr ia also with the John Deere Co. They also visited Mr. Cart's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Carr, at Marseilles, HI., and drove to Mexico, Mo., for a short stay. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Jones ant daughter, Ruth, spent Friday ant Saturday as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Stewart The Jones family are from Mason City and are old friends of the Stewarts. Dr. R. A. Evans returned Friday from a business trip that had taker him to Duluth. He also visited ok friends, Mr. and Mrs. David Park at Brook Park, Minnesota Dr. Evans had been gone since Monday Mrs, Aggte Knapp returned Sunday from Mason City where she had spent a few days visiting an old friend, Mrs. Addle Moore of California. While there she was a guest of her son, Harry Knapp and family. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Wilson drove to Des Moines Monday to attend the funeral of an adopted sister ol the former. Mr. Wilson is an insurance agent for Equitable Life Insurance of Iowa, and has offices at LaBarre's. Mrs. Charles Walker sprained her right ankle last Tuesday morn- Ing. She Was overcome by a dizzy spell, as he got up from a chair and fell, spraining the ankle very seriously. She will be unable to walk for two weeks. Margaret Hand! of Mason City, and Huldah Peet of Mount Vernon arrived Friday to spend the week end with their school friend, Mary Elizabeth Foster, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Foster. The girls attend Cornell College at Mount Vernon. The house on the old Ellis Me Whorter farm In Portland township is being remodeled by the Ray McWhorters who will move into it as soon as the work is finished which will be about October 1. The Ray McWhorters have lived across the road for a number of years. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Nasby of Omaha, who have been visiting the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. K, D. James during the past week, spent the week end at Okoboji. They left their little daughter here with her grandparents. The Nasbys will return to their home In Omaha at the end of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Harlg of Chicago visited recently at the home of the former's aunt, Mrs. Matt Osterbauer. They also visited his sister, who is a teacher in the St. Joe Catholic school. Mr. Harig is a die manufacturer and at the present time is working on the dies for the 1937 Fords. Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Pettlt and Eleanor Fraser returned Friday after spending several days In several Minnesota towns looking over theatres. They also spent a short lime in Minneapolis. Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Pettit left for southern Iowa where they spent a few days looking over theatres. Mr. and Mrs. Win. O. Boger and daughter, Aramlnta of Omaha, came Thursday and are visiting at :he home of Mrs. >Boger's parent;, Vfr. and Mrs. Matt Osterbauer and lister, Mrs. Ann Fechner. The Sogers have just returned from a month's trip to California and Texas. Mr. Boger is ah army officer. Dorothy Whitney and Bernlce Stock arrived at the homes of their respective parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Whitney, and A. H. Stock, on Thursday. Dorothy has oeen gone several waka visiting a cousin at, Bedford, Minnesota, and visiting Bernice at Amery, Minnesota. Be-* nice has been enjoying summer camp life this summer. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Falken- tatner spent the week end at the lome of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Goeders. Mr. and fas. Falkenhalner have been spending the summer In a cottage it Pine Lake, located near Eldora. >fr. Falkenhalner is a junior ac- ountant for state institutions, and s working in Eldora. Senator and Mrs. L. J. Dlckin- ion, accompanied by Dorothy lutchlson, who is vislttng her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Mutch- son, left for Des Moines, Monday morning, where they will visit relatives during the next few days. Dorothy is spending a two weeks' acation from her duties as llbrar- an in the reference room at the Northwestern University. Mrs. E. J. McEvoy and children, ffary Geraldine, and John, and BiUy Bestenlehner, left Saturday or Muscatine. The McEvoys will 'islt Mrs. McEvoy's brothers and Isters in the old home In Musca- ine county and friends in Iowa City. Billy will visit his aunt, Mrs. "ohn Strain, at Muscatine. They will return home Tuesday (today). Mrs. E. J. McEvoy is the county Jerk of Kossuth county. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Moser and laughter, Dorothy and Dorothy's riends, Ardls Mason and John Sowin, all of Ames, were week end ;uests at the A. A. Bishop and D. j. Leffert homes. The Mosors were ormer residents of Algona, and iiv- d in the Pletch house on South Minnesota street. Mr. Moser Is em- iloyed in the tax department for he state. Mrs. Glen McMurray and daugh- er, Patty of Belmond arrived on 'hursday and will visit the form- r's mother, Mrs. A. Zittritsch, and ther relatives and friends. The dcMurrays were former residents f Algona, and operated the tire hop where Vic Lowe now is. They re now operating a variety store t Belmond. Mr. McMurray will ome Sunday and his wife and aughter will return to their home rith him. The United States Civil Service Commission has announced open ompetitive examinations as foiows: Accounting and Auditing As- istant. $1,800 a year; Adminiatra- ve Officers, various grades, $3,800 o $5,600 a year; Senior Administrate Assistant, $3,200 a year, Social ecurity Board. Full information may be obtained from M. J. McCall, Secretary of the U. S. Civil ervice Board of Examiners, at the ostoffice in this city. Mr. and Mr*. W. J. Becker and ons, Billy and Dickie. spent ''hursday evening at Wesley with Ar. and Mrs. Jack Haverly and amily. Mrs. Becker and Mrs. [averly art sisters. Their mother, ilra. Jacob Johnson, who has been guest at the W. J. Becker home uring the past mouth, bad been punding a few days with Mrs. [averly, and she returned to A!go- a with the Beckers. Friday morn- ng, Mrs. Johnson left for Chicago o spend a week vioftiiig a cousin and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Melon. Mrs. Johnson will return and ?end another month with the ieckers before going back to her ome in Denver. Father Ahman returned Thursday from Chicago, where he spent ten days visiting relatives. Leon Dehnert and Karri* Minor will leave today (Tuesday) for a ten day vacation trip to the Black Hills. Arlene Kapp and Georgp Elbert spent the week end at Okoboji with Mrs. Elbert at the Elbert cottage. Roy McMahon, Bob Harrington, and Gordon Dewel returned Sunday after spending a week's vacation at the Texas Centennial at DaiTas. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Ertckson of Los Angeles, arrived at the home of the former's brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Erickson, for a short visit. Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Hoover and daughter. Helen, of Mason City, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Buchanan and family. Mrs. Hoover and Mrs. Buchanan are sla- ters. Mrs. Kenneth Harris and daughter, Dorine, are spending ten days at Austin, Minn., as guests of the former's parents. Mr. Harris will drive to Austin, Sunday to bring them home. Helen Daughan, R. N., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Daughan, and two of her friends, left for Santa Barbara,' California, Saturday morning. They expect to stay for two months and if they like it to remain during the winter. Mr. and Mrs. E. I. Wernet left Monday, for Niagara', New York, to attend the wedding of their son, Ignatius, who will be married August 29. Ignatius has received his doctor's degree and is profressor of chemistry at the Niagara Univers ity. Mr. and Mrs. At Helse and their daughter, Mary of Minnesota Lake, Minnesota, accompanied by Mrs. Emily Helse of Eastern, Minnesota, spent Sunday, with Mrs. Henry Lavrenz. Mrs. Lavrenz is a sister of Mr. Heise and a daughter of Mrs. Emily Heise. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Folger and son, Robert of Chicago, spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. George Yeoman and family. Mr. Folger 3 engineer on a passenger train on the Milwaukee line running out of Chicago to western parts. He and Mrs. Yeoman are cousins. Dave Lynch, for many years a resident of Bancroft, and now liv- ng at Fairmont, Minnesota, was an Algona visitor last Thursday. Dave s now in the land business nnd said that he had just made the sale of a half section farm northwest of Swea City at a good price. Dave is a hustler at whatever he may engage in. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Harris and sons, of St. Charles, 111., arrived Friday for a two weeks' visit with Mr. Harris' mother, Mrs. May Harris and other relatives and friends here and at Wesley. They are returning to their home in Illinois from California, where they have spent most of the summer as guests of a sister of Mrs. Harris. Mr. and Mrs. Art Mallory and Miss Rhoda Mallory spent several days in Algona last week visiting friends and looking after business matters. Miss Rhoda was a guest of Mrs. James White while here. Mr. Mallory, who U in charge of the farms and loans for one of the big Insurance companies, sold three farms while here. Mrs. Mallory was formerly Mary Mitchell of the Harrington & Dickinson law of- fllces. Mary Janice Rice returned Thursday afternoon from Minneapolis, where she recently resigned a position in the "sub-deb" millinery department at Dayton's. Her mother, Mrs. N. C. Rice, drove to Minneapolis last Tuesday to bring Mary Janice home. Thursday evening, Miss Rice left for Detroit, where she will spend two week* visiting at the home of Mrs. C. B. DuCharm, mother of her fiance, Charles Du- Charm III. The young couple will be married this fall. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Moore and Stanley, who have been spending the past five weeks with Algona relatives and old friends, left for their home in San Antonio, Texas, Saturday. A card from Mrs. Moore from Springfield, Missouri, where they stayed Saturday night, said: "You may be thankful that you live in Kossuth county, Iowa. Grasshoppers and drouth have taken every spear of corn in a radius of fifty miles around Chillicothe, Missouri, and even this far south. Came through a part of the Ozarka. They were pretty and relieved the 100 degree heat a little. Going on by way of Little Rock, Arkansas." Mr. and Mrs. Bert Peck are leaving today in their Bulck for their home in Long Beach, California, after a stay in Algona and vicinity since early in June. The Pecks have been living in Long Beach for the past seven years and find the climate and everything to their liking. They return to Iowa every other year to look after their property interests and visit their many old friends. Mr. Peck still owns, the Ford garage building occupied I by Mr. Kent in Algona, and has considerable other property interests here, as well as several business buildings in a southern Minnesota town. Bert spent a good share of the summer here at work repairing and looking after his property. IT PAYS LIVE STOCK BY RAIL For example below is the ceil e/ a minimum weight car. (torn Hogs Cattl* UXiON A "•"'• c "* "«•*'• °"* Min. Wt. Mm. Wt. Min. Wl w 16,!00 II).. 24,000 U». 22,000 Ih, Des Moinea $28.88 $38.10 $35.21) MurithttUtowu 29.70 37.20 34.10 Cedar Rapids 33.83 43.24) 39.60 Chicago U. S. Yd*. 67.05 8130 77.50 Ask the Ajcent about follow-lot 01 c»c aod a half at abotc baiis. For raus on mi&ed ihipuiemj and ia. forautiou about luiuy other et,onu- luies and advantages of ahipriug li k c tutck by rail: coasult yo^r A. A. BUthou, Ageut 2582 Phone 204-J CHICAGO & NOR I'll WESTERN RAH WAY Hugh Herman was a business visitor in Mason City. Saturday. Jop Harts; drove to Waterloo, on Monday, where he attended a Chevrolet meeting. N>llle Ward spent the past trerk nt the home of her brother, Walter Ward, at Corwith. Mr*: J. R. Hoppe will Irnve Saturday for Des Moines, where she will visit her husband, and attend the state fair. Mr, and Mrs. Tom Roblson are spending the week at Okoboji. Mr. Robinson is a machine salesman, and they live in the Good apartment, t Mary Quinn of Fort Dodge spent several days last week with Mary Margaret Byrne. Miss Byrne is a beauty operator at the Cora D. Miller Beauty shop. Dr. and Mrs. L, W. Fox returned Sunday after spending a week with the former's sister, Mrs. R. H. Greenwood, at Tabor, Iowa. They attended the rodeo at Sidney. Mrs. Lettle Donahoo and daughter, Juanlta. leave today (Tuesday) for California, where they will visit John Donahoo, a son of the former. They have been visiting during the past month at the home of Mrs. Donahoo's brpther, F. W. Dingley. They have been living in New York City, but plan to make their permanent home In California. Ferris Minor had the Index finger on his left hnnd amputated as far us the first knuckle, Saturday. Ferris is employed RS mechanic at the Dau garage, and had the ringer badly smashed this spring. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Morrall and children, Roberta and Bernard, returned Saturday from Pine River in northern Minnesota, where they have a cottage. They had been vacationing for ten days. Dick Godfrey, of Eagle drove, Don Mertz, of Waterloo, Druaillrt Caughlin, and Omega McOrath re turned recently from a week's va catfon trip visiting the Texas Cen tennial at Dallas, and at Fort Worth. Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Stillman of Dolllver spent the week end at the home of their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Stillman. The former couple will leave this week Frl- dny for Saratoga Springs and Boston. They will visit their daughter Bernlce and family at Boston. James MurtaRh, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Murtngh, arrived at the home of his parents, Wednesday, for a two weeks' vacation. Jamos is employed tn the treasury department of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation at Washington, D. C. His sister, Mrs. Theo. Hutchison, met him at Humboldt. James has been In Washington five or six years. Esther Lutzen of Des Mfofm* ta the new operator at the Marguerite Beauty Shop. Meredith Lathrop In helping out at the Modern Dry Cleaners while Hnzcl Necling- Is taking her vacation. Julia Bourne came last week Tuesday and is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Bourne and her brother, Dr. M. G. Bourne. Julia conducts a department for the magazine, Country Home. 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