The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 1, 1936 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 1, 1936
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The Algona Upper Pea Moinea, Algona, lourn, Sept. 1,1936 HompmH-Cowan Nuptials*-. A quint wedding was held at the W. P. HemphtH home, Saturday evening at 8:80 o'clock, when Alice Jane Hemphill became the bride of Richard Allen Cowan. Rev. Geo. Vance read the service in the presence of the members of the immediate families. The bride, who Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Hemphill, wore it gown of green crepe, princess style, with macthing accessories and a corsage of pink rosebuds. Her bridesmaid, Irma Dee Phillips, wore a brown crepe tunic, with matching accessories, and a corsage of salmon colored gladiollas. The bridegroom was attended by his brother, Kenneth Cowan. The bride was graduated from the Algona high school in 1934. The following year she attended the Hutchison Junior College at Mutchlnson, Kansas. Since the Ben Franklin store opened a year ago, she has been employed as clerk. Mr. Cowan Is the son of Mr. and Mrt(. H. R Cowan. He graduated from the Algona high school in 1982, and attended the Iowa State College at Ames In 1934. Re was affiliated with the Phi Delta Theta fraternity. The past two years he has been employed by his father for Hv R, Cowan A Son. The bride and groom spent the week end In Mason City, returning to their respective Jobs Monday morning. The couple are at home in the Clapsaddle apartments on North Phillips street. Mr. and Mrs. Cowan are a popular couple in Algona, and their many friends wish them happiness. Port-Nuptial Shower— A miscellaneous shower was given recently by Mrs. Paul Bell and Loretta Wlnkel in honor of Mrs. Arthur Kuecker, who was Marie Miner, until her very recent marriage. There were ten guests present, who were employees of Chris- chilles & Herbst department store, where Mrs. Kuecker Is employed. Bottco was the enetrtainment of the evening. Prizes went to Mrs. Art Schnepf and Mrs. W. P. Hemphill. Parti' at Call Park- Mrs. Carroll Johnson entertained the members of her bridge club at the shelter house at the state park. Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. H. R Sorennen received the high •core prize, and consolation prize went to Mrs. Paul Danson. Old Neighborhood Picnic— An Old Neighborhood picnic was held at the Call state park, Sunday noon, in honor of Mrs. May Collln- son, sister of L. A. Potter of Ray, North Dakota, Mrs. James Reed and family of Buffalo Lake, sister of G. E. Hayne. and Mrs. George Bell of Jamestown. North Dakota, mother of Mrs. W. L. Martin. Out of town guests were C. E. Gardner and family of Swea City: Mrs. Mabel Potter of Spencer: the Crawford Bros., of Whittemore, George and James and family; Richard Storks and family of Buffalo Lake: Lories Crawford and family of Minneapolis, and Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Miller, Alvin Nelson and family of Ringsted; Victor Applegate and family of Burt. and the O. L. Miller and Wm. Greenfield families of Irvington. A picnic dinner was served to 82 people present, after which hymn* were sung and the afternoon spent socially. Delia Moe to Wed— Delia Moe. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ole Moe of Algona. and Theodore Koschler. son of Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Miller of LuVeme. will be married Thursday at Waterloo in a dcuble ring ceremony. At tendants will be Pearl Erickson and Earl Masters of Waterloo. The bride's dress will be white and she will wear blue accessories. Fol lowing the ceremony the youni couple will leave for Jacksonville, Florida, where Mr. Koschler wit teach electricity in a high school. The bride has grown up hi this Social Calendar Tuesday, September 1 The regular meeting of the Eastern Star will be held tonight (Tuesday) at 8:00 o'clock at the Masonic Temple. Thursday, September S The St Thomas Guild will meet Thursday afternoon, with Mrs. H. E. Woodward, of Whittemore. The Baptist Aid will meet at the church, Thursday afternoon, at the usual time. The Presbyterian Helping Hand society will meet at the church on Thursday afternoon. September 3. The hostesses are Mrs. Tom Dalley, Mrs. Homer Young, Mrs. Bert Cronan. Mrs. Ralph Brown, Mrs. Elisabeth Lempke. and Mrs. C. H. Redemske. Mrs. A. Ogren will lead the devotlonals. The Dorcas society of the First Lutheran church will meet at the church at 2:30, Thursday afternoon. Mrs. August Huenhofd and Mrs. D. J. Buss are hostesses. community and was graduated from the Algona high school in Jufie. Mr. Koschler is a graduate of the LuVerne high school and of Bradley College at Peoria, Illinois, where he was affiliated with Phi Sigma Phi and Theta Kappa Nu fraternities. Dorothy Whitney HosteM— Dorothy Whitney entertained a group of friends at a bridge party last Thursday evening at her home in honor of Julia Bourne of New York, who was home for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bourne. Guests were Bemice Stock. Mrs. Cliff Anita. Mrs. Kermit Setchell, June and Helen Corey, Hazel Potter and Mrs. T. Peterson of Mason City, who is remembered here ad Mildred Clayton. Ber- nlce won the high prize for bridge and Mrs. Aalfs. second. The honoree was presented with a gift P.?. MOVED Law Offices of Maurice C. McMahon COUNTY ATTOBWET To Quinby Building Over Chrteteiufen Bros. Store KBaffio^^ Announcement <> <* Dr. G. D. Walrath desires to announce his taking over of the Dr. A. D. Adams dental practice located in the postofnce building. PHONE 20 \ gcrogtfCTgoeoaarafccegcaaesoagi^^ GRAND OPENING I cordially invite your inspection of my quarters in the Heise building, North Dodge street, where I will continue my harhering business about the middle of the week. Your continued patronage will be greatly appreciated. Henry Bunkofske Thursday - Friday, Sept. 3-4 Dailv ii:30 WADE KNEE- As the aczeen goes gay with P. G. Wodehouse fun! Seven comedy etars, "Great Ziegfeld'»"{amed director, cut loose with year's laugh riot! Sllvers-Oosgrove Ceremony— Verna Silvers. Algona, became the bride of Harold Cosgrove, Algona, Saturday afternoon, at the home of Mrs. Joe Cosgrove. Justice of Peace, P. A. Danson performed the single ring ceremony. The couple was attended by Mrs. Joe Cosgrove. and Robert Lawson. a nephew of the groom. The bride attended the.Webste City schools and graduated from the Webster City high school Sb< also attended the Drake University at Des Moines for a short time. For the past few months she has been employed at the Pierce Cafe. Sh U the daughter of Mrs. Nellie Sil vers of Webster City. The groom attended the Algona schools, and U now employed at Kennedy & Parsons, wholesale dealers. He is the son of Mrs. Joe Cosgrove. The couple left Immediately after the ceremony for Webster City where they spent the week end at the home of tbe bride's mother. They will be at home in the Kanouff apartments. The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Cogsrove extend them their best wishes on this occasion. Mothers Jewels Meet— The Mothers Jewels organization of the Woman's Home Missionary society of the Methodist church, met last Tuesday afternoon at the wading pool in the athletic park. There were 29 present, 20 children of pre-school and primary grades, and nine mothers. A picnic was enjoyed and games were played. A meeting was held by the mothers and the leader. Mrs. P. A. Danson. The club meets twice a year. Dinner-Bridge— Mrs. Wade Sullivan and Mrs. P. Zerfass entertained a group of friends at a seven o'clock dinner >arty at the Blue Room of the lotel Algona last Wednesday even- ng. Bridge followed the dinner, and prizes were won by Mrs. J. L. Bonar, and the guest, Mrs. W. B. Nugent, of Chicago, received a guest prize. Son of Kossuth Pioneer Dies in South Dakota A son of one of the well known old-timers, John Squires, died at the home of hi* daughter, Mrs. Monte Nelson at White Lake, South Dakota, last August 90th. Mr. Squires was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Squires, for many years well known resident of Rival-dale township, coming from Wellman, Iowa, where John was born June 25th, 1871. He wa* in his 66th year at the time of hia death. John married Mary Jessie Fraser in 1900, Miss Fraser belonging to the well known Fraser family of southern Kossuth. They had five children, Mrs. Eleanor Nelson, White Lake, 8. D.; Mrs. Norm* Bn- dack, Chicago: Samuel of Bancroft, Iowa; Carol of Chicago: and Irvin of White Lake, S. D., all of whom survive. After leaving Kossuth county the family made their home at Bridgewater, South Dakota. Later he made his home with his sister, Mrs. Howard Rule of Fort Dodge. Mr. Squire's wife died In 1921. Wm. Squire* of Algona is a brother of the dead man. Mr. Squires suffered a long illness through which he maintained a remarkable courage. He was a kind and loving father and had many staunch friends. The funeral was at Bridgewater, where the family lived for a number of years and where Mrs. Squires was buried. Wm. Squires of Algona was among the many who attended the funeral of his brother. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Moore of Algona also attended the funeral. Longs Home From Trip in the West Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Long returned Sunday morning from a 5,200- mile trip to the west coast. They drove to San Francisco via the Lincoln Highway. At that city, they visited their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mld- dlekattf, and Infant grandson. Chuck. They were also guests of their son-in-law's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Middlekauf. Sr.. who reside at the San Mato Hotel ta San Francisco. At CJiendale, they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Stull, former Algona resident*, and Vincent Hum, airplane pilot, and formerly employed by Mr. Long at the Long Food shop. They visited the Frank Henderson's at Pomona; Mr. Henderson formerly being a partner of Mr. Long in the Algona grocery business. The Long's returned by the Santa Fe route, stopping at La mar, Colorado; to visit Arnold Heise. son of the late Chris Heise of Algona. Mr. Heise said that in the twenty years tnat he ha* been a resident of Lamar. * the Longs were his first Algona visitors. Saturday night, they stopped with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Smith, of Lewi*. Iowa, brother of Don Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Long were gone for a days. Rewrites Of New* From Ust Friday'f B» Kofftrth County Advance 68 TUBS OF BUTTER, valued at $1600, were stolen by robbers who made a midnight raid on the Wesley creamery, early last Wednesday morning. The burglars broke Into the creamery by cutting a chain which held a transom, and someone evidently crawled into the creamery and opened up for others Lo follow. Manager Paul Engen lad been in the creamery until late the preceding night Tire tracks show that a light delivery truck was used to cart the butter away. The thieves were evidently the same gang that have been making merry with creameries all through this section. • • * LARSON CONSTRUCTION Co. the low bid- Officials Talk Jewell PattCrson, president. Earl Vincent, secretary, Harry Bode, treasurer, and Dolpb Raney. director of the gnasalli County Agricultural Aarti spoke at the Rotary luncheon, Monday noon. Each explained certain phases of fair management. cottage at Okobotf, during the week end. Clyde Martin, ton of Mr. Mrs. W. L. Martin of Philadelphia. Is still confined to hia bed after two months' illness. On July 1, he suffered from a nervous breakdown and hemorrhage. His moth, er spent four weeks with him. He is now slowly improving in the mountains, where he is taking a rest cure and treatments, John Christemen. son of Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Christensen. has been seriously ill during the past week with asthma and complications. He is improving, and as plans now stand, he and Mrs. Christensen will leave for Arizona and take a course in foreign service. His mother will remain with him a few weeks until he regains his strength. Mr. aad Mrs. George Elbert, and Bernadine Barnes spent the week end at RoUe, with Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Barnes, parents of the latter two. Mr. and Mn. H. L. Barnes and family, of Chicago, are spending a vacation as guests of the former's parents. Mr. Barnes is vice president of the National Service Appraisal Company hi Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Forest Twogood left Friday morning for Moscow, Idaho. Mrs. Twogood has spent two months visiting at the home of her parent*. Mr.' and Mrs. M. P. Haggard, and Mr. Twogood has been bere daring the past two weeks. Mr. Twogood will be head basketball and baseball coach at, Time far Fail H*t* T Berg Hate 3.50 3.»5 Crofut & Knapp Hats g 5,00 Made by America's Foremost Hfct Mafcew Buy a new hat for the Kossuth C*. Fair Nest Wee*. MADSON & HANSON The Home of Better Clorth« the University of Idaho during the I coming year. Mra. F, A. MeArtbar. , Mrs. W. E. Broder- OrviOe BaBesjiasi fc§ _ a bad ca*e of poteen ivy. which be received helping pot up bay. Mrs. Lea Dafler of Painnewt arrived Wednesday to help care for her father, Nete Larson, who died Monday morning. Mr. and Mr*. Ed Oiti*sn mm* family left Saturday for a week'* vacation in northern Minnesota. Ed is bookkeeper at the Botsford Lumber Company. Mr. aad Mra. Joe Bridge Party— Charlotte Hilton and Ida Halpin will entertain the members of their bridge club tonight (Tuesday) at UwrHnto* JMMML ' F. S. Norton &. Son Improve Lbr. Yard The F. S. Norton & Son Lumber Co. has been making numerous Improvements in Its yard during the past few weeks. A fufJ basement has been dug under the offices and a furnace is being Installed. A loading platform has been built at the south end of the yard, and additional office space will be made north of the present quarters. During the summer some of the sheds and buildings have been pot on cement foundations. West Bend Folk Back From Trip In Trailer Car West Bend: Mr. and Mrs. Eli Anliker returned home Tuesday from a vacation spent traveling in a trailer car. They spent a short time at the Ernest Anliker home and with other relatives. of Fort Dodge der on the new Algona poatoffice, when bids were opened last week, with a bid of $48,500. No action lad been taken on the contract on last Friday. • • • EI.MKB WKAVEB, Algon* suf fered injuries in an ante accident near Boise, Idaho, it was learned when Mr. and Mn. Weaver, and Mrs. Weaver's sister of Buffalo Center returned from a trip out west. The car was badly tie son, Dickie, drove to Minneapolis, Sunday where Mr. Bloom baa been on a baying trip. They will return Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Uej* Maekey, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jr, Rev. Dan Jordan of Sutherland, is visiting in the George Jacobs home. I Mian Eulah Sloan of Cedar Falls came Sunday for a vUit with relatives for a week. Rev. C. H. Boos and wife of Ankeny visited at the home of his brother, Myron and family. Chas. Anliker returned home thU week from a visit with hia daughter, Mrs George Martin, at Eureka, Mr and Mrs. Ralph Sloan came ThuriHiny evening for a week end visit with his mother. Mra. Ada Sloan Mr and Mrs. J. F. N«11U of Waterloo were visitors Wednesday at the home of Merle and Blanche Stover. I Mr and Mrs. Frank Wirtz of Parker. South Dakota, are visiting her parenu, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Collins Mrs Pearl Curl of Cedar Kap- id4 in visiting her mother, Mrs. L J. Kohler. She was formerly Pearl Wilderman Mrs. John Wilson of Whittemore i.arne Saturday for a visit at the home of Misses Nellie and Jennie Shellmeyer. Henry Kisier, Jr.. and family of Detroit. Michigan, spent last week at the home of his parents, lit ar.d Mrs Henry Kisler. Mr. and Mm. Burdette Fredericks ot Ljverrnore spent Sunday at thi home of the latter'i grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Riley. Mr. ax:4 Mra Harold Aaderegg and children of Rockford, spent l,i--,t Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joiin VVUliaina. Mrii. T. W. Williams and son, Stephen, returned Fnduy from AjUlon. Iowa, where they vutited the former's daughter, Mu Peter Bangert. Mr. and Mra. Lloyd Fuicu* of Burlington, Iowa, uuiu; Sunday (or a visit with her mother, Mr*. H. Sloan. They left Tuesday for Cedar Kails and Liscomb. They are being Iran/erred to UniunUiwn, Pa., by hi* company, the Rath Packing Co. Mrs. Weave> wm* 'also somew injured. • • • A FORMEB ALGONA teacher, now Mrs. Hjalmar Peterson, became first lady of Minnesota, when her husband took office a* governor Iffrt week. She was formerly Medont Grandprey, a home economic* teacher. « • * ED HOUECEK. inventor of a. new antenna type for metal top automobiles, visited the Buick factory at Font. Mich., recently, and bad a conference with Buick engineers regarding attachment of the antenna to the cars. Holecek ha* a patent on a type especially adaptable for such machines. • • • 8. H. MC NUTT, 82, underwent an operation at Fort Dodge btmt week. Despite his age, he was reported as progressing nicely. • • • | L. V. AND A. J. SMITH and Henry Zwiefel, LoVerne, are defendant* in a damage suit for (8Z5O brought by an Alden woman, a* a reMdt of an antonobile accident. Zwiefel waa driving a transfer truck for the Smiths at the time of the mishap. • • • i. H. JENSEN. SENECA, was awarded $1200 in a counterclaim against the lows Marketing COL The company originally sued to oUect from Jensen, and tbe latter showed that tbe cattle he received were diseased, and that his nome herd suffered as a result. • » • NEW LONE ROCK teachers are Blanche Henrickaon, Ottooen. fifth and sixth grades, and Eva Preer, Sheldon, junior high. « • • A GULDEN WEDDING anniversary was observed by tbe Mike FandeU of Whittemore, la*t week. Father Edward Fandel, son of the couple, held high mass at St- Michael's church, and many friend* and relatives offered congratulations during the day. » • » JOHN GROVE, 81. former Algona business man, paJuwd away at Morris, Minn., Aug. 5, it was learned here last week. He left Algona in and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Tbilge* of St Joe. drove to Des Moinea, Sonday, on trasine**- Margaret Udtter. A*a«fct*r e< Mr. and Mrs. Henry Licfater. will leave Tuesday (today* for Fort Dodge, where sfae will begia norse** training at the St. Josepb tai. Fred Zrvbser awa fannEy* er of Mrs. dca Straycr. and Leo Keefe. brother-in-f«w ol Mr*. Strayer of Wumebagav ***•". were guest* TbvndBy aad FrfcBjqr of Mr. and Mra. Glen Strayer. •and two cnildres^o* FnsaMart, la- day to Satin-day of Mr. E. R. Rising. Mr. Rising and Mr*. Hiboard are brother and stater. Baptist minister. wtO he here ea Thursday from Kaaaaa City. Service* win be held is the Baptist church next week Sunday in tbe morning and evening at tbe time. Mr*. Carelya flilarw. Or* i* visiting thi* week ia tbe S. ReOey hone. She nuimf day evening. Mr*. Balden IB mother. Mr. Ketiey » tbe new secretary of the AJgnaa Chamber mt Commerce. Mr. mm* Mra. Otarfe in. Homer, and their and Mrs. W. V. Becker, Thoraday viattinc kato, St Peter, aad XteafiefZ*. Minnesota. Mr*. Becker i* a •fa—^fc- Mr. their son and moo. Eugene, returned on Tuesday evening from a three weeks* tour of the western states and the coast. They visited the Black HUto. Salt Lake City and relative* at *?B*f >B> , Oregon, Santa Clara. California. Mr. Mc- Arthar especially enjoyed the fruit •nd canning factories on the coast Harry Kaapp at Mssan City ffimt Sunday with hi* mother. Mra. AC gJe Knapp. and also visited his atmts. Mrs. F. A. Corey and Mrs. Angle Qaackenbusfa of Union Center. Sooth Dakota, who la a guest at the Corey home Mr. and Mrs. John Qaimby. Mr*. Harry Knapp and children. Phyffi* and Bobby of tbe Corey borne, comic*; to be here during Mrs. Qnackenbosh's vi*H. Anarcy geaihaiii. tor* mt Whittier CoHege. at Whittier, California, •pent Friday visiting old friends here. He i* returning to California after t»irf««; * coaching course at tfae Nortnweatera TJhiieratt^ in OusagOL Mr. Bonbam wa* assistant coach bere two year* and coach in tbe local Ugh school for two years. leavtag- for Whittier in 1*32. Bob Post and Junior KeUy will attend Whittier college thi* fall, driving back with Mr. Bonbam. work at tfae Bloom *tore Monday after two weeks' vacation which he upent tn T******* and f^anii^a At Beuarr* Ferry. Idaho, be vi*tt- ed hi* *i*ter. Mrs. Rpbert Spurgeon wfco lived at Irvington. He ate* *topp»o la Tettowvtooe Park and tbe Black HMa. Be was Catherine SkSBtag and hi*'brother aad family. ME. and Me* — FEET hurt? Here b your chance ta obtain relief with tbe proper Dr. Scne". FOOT COMFORT Appliance or Remedy ... there is one for •very common loot ailment, perfected by Dr. Wm. If. SchoD, Internationally famous Foot Authority; Dr. Schpll's representative from Chicago will be in our store on Friday,. Sept* 11 Browneil Shoe Co. . Mrs. Harold Faikenhwser. foraaeriy Jeanaette Monday. M-. and Mrs. make their home bere us the Myrtle Turnaain.1i ap- artcBest*. where Coach mod Mrs. KmtM-rri Mercer teaaeriy Bred. The HareM FaJUtcnfaaiaen ham been •yjc&daoc tfee STmttitcr «*"^r rf * >M in a cottage «t Pine Lake a*ar Odara- Mr. Palkeahaiaer win join bis wife tbas wfttt end •dfis P.He butt. Ur of the Noite*. Or. mad Mr*. H. «. Gates* mtmm ittle daughter, ^^*«J,M. 4tmmm ft*} KJUOR City. Tuesday '.today? OB a. nisine** and pUa*ure trip. Taejr will be guests at tbe boose mt tfee*r friend*. Dr. and Mn. H. C. Kra**r. tbe doctor also being a iCal- They. bad beta cooe ajace June C All in *D tbe party txftveied come 7.0W Vaa »«y*. Lot Angfdea, •d Marie at 10 dsv* at SPORT COATS by such famous makers mm ft "Htrsfvnaur Edeomoor' **** . i Hamsmoor IN Travel Colors fjr THE NEW FLEECES and " TWEEDS Swank new swaggers and belted style*, too—that are stylish— practical and warm for genuine service wear. Smart new detail* are wide shoulders—youthful club collar* —^wrinkle, dust and moisture- proof treatment of fabric*. You'll love the** smart—practical coat* that can be worn every day all winter and keep you comfortably warm. Christensen Bros. Co, Alguna's Style Center Mrs. Sidney Spear. wfB leave am September 10, for rTHy«*jri. where she will take aura**' tnomsf mt tK. Vincent 1 * ho*ptt%L EdSxb Becder, daughter of Mr. and Mr*, St. 9f tal 3mkmmft CAaVtaME CWaVMBtf y at- Vincent. I Betty LM 1**cac mutummmm'lmmmm- ( day afternooa W. C. T. L. OFFICERS wen picked at a recent meeting at Swea City last week. Officers were re elected, Mra. r./>iiiim Skow, Wealey, president; Sarah Geigel, Aigona, vice president; Mrx. if. J. Thomson, Swea City, secretary, and Mrs. Jeanie McCrary, Swea City, treasurer • * • MBS. BA&BAKA LCDW1C, 73, wa* laid to rest at St. Benedict last week. She had been a resideat there for 46 years. Seven caildrea survive: George B., J ; Joan, Jacob. IMO, Lawrence, Mrs. Daniel Froea- licb and Mrs. Henry Arndcrfer. V our aimter* and a brotiier also aur- WQ* 1 more oui«* of living, wriich will complete t&« tino.1 gap on highway UW south to Hum bold t, bave been let. and work on grading haa airtiady IMSKUB ia the St. Joe vicinity. where »ne had b**a the previous Sunday _u* mm* ,1 friend. MyUo* Hatpimm, SBte west S to Shell Rock with bar janafi. Mr and Mrs. Gail Town* wfc**« cfe*y : Attended a family vcsanoM- if Little aatrfay Oae»t fc> rttrnmrng »tl the home of Mr and Mra. fi W ' Taylor at Humbcidt. afc* left U*e i Friday aad wtH reforn MMB* lame . this week. Shirley i* ta* d&fcjs^sx&r • of Mr. *nd Mr*. Jane* Ba*rt Mr. > Taylor wa* formerly employ** tey '* the telephone eojnpaay aere. * (TUt Aalfe, imtomfft* by tt Company, be&att a cation the Brat ot rtua w***. Mr f Aalf» accompanied by H. B Wi Harry Hull, and Dr. Harry Corkle wOl tew*. Wtitnrutay. for Leech Lake, ta northern lttn.nt.tnet tor a. ttuhing trip. They wtii trntm Labor Day. Eunice F««iey witi rctora Wtda**- day after aprmtrny; tea daj*> at la* a*. Mr. White i* profrMte* a* ta* ' f Cut Rate grocery. Mia* fiea£es& to bookkeeper tor tfce •^'girtu f *rtmtm- e?y, aad J£ts* Wt&icy u tototomm* i at th« General to»f itai. WM. *- -* >Ww> <fQxm Qainn. Roiaod er. W W. White, <4 ttma. fmam, aad Mr aad Mra. fUty f-k.rL** vftim & for UtU« Boy Lak* m aeetoers. UtcnicMjiii, to be geae * wmtM You'll Be Interested In This Too . . . Mr*. &p«ud LoeMof Ci^ri* a few day* vteiting at til* home of her suter, Mn. L. C. Uao- *oo. aad i&eir jftuott*. Mr- aad Mr* W. Hut* U it+vasta, WvadmM Se- ick*oa, &ad Cbtw/um* O«* Mouu*. Mr. aad Cowan ind Mr. aad Mn llfilliii IT'S ABOUT OUB NEW DRESSES Thi* fall we are featuring many of the nation's mo*t famous makes of dreaie*. Toe kind you see advertised ia tit* ctUe** flnest store* aad *bop*— for instance •ucfa makes as "Louise Mulligan "Ellen Kaye" " Clayey Jean" and'Doit "Peter Fan" "IGu Junior Modes" "UnHreraity" aad many more equally as outstaadinx. You'll he dei%bUd at the many beautiful garmeaU to dooo** from. TTIT-MW Christeosen Bros, Co, Algona '» Style Center ts*

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