The Algoaa Upper Pes Moines, Algona, Iowa, Sept. 1,1936 Mfr. and MM. Wintarn Dan spent h ln the Iowa State Pair. ««»• *' ** Boiuw and **». O. W. Sttflman spent Friday In Mason City, on business and pleasure. J(*<* and William Morgan of Oskaloosa are spending a few days ?? 2r 4 * ethome °* their aunt, . C. H. Cretzmeyer. «"• I**?* 8 Am * n lett '« D« Moines Friday where she will spend * few days visiting friends, and attending the Iowa State Fair. Robert Stewart, Council Bluffs, returned to his home Friday, after visiting at the Dr. Baker home, as guest of Durwood for a week. Sally Elsenbarth 01 St Benedict is recuperating at the home of Mr *° d . M ^f' H ' D - ClapsfidWi this week following a tonsilecfthnyy Mrs. W. P. French and her son, Donnle left Monday for Laurens for a week with Mrs. French's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Feldman. Mrs, Ella Lynch left Sunday for her home at Mt Pleasant after spending ten days as a guest at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Rae Asher. Mrs. Eradl Kremln returned to her home at Clyman, Wisconsin, on Sunday after spending the week visiting her niece, Lillian Kressln, •and other relatives. MarJoHe Davis returned to Iowa City Thursday after spending two weeks visiting Mr. and Mrs. Burd- «tte Agard and family. Marjorte and Mrs. Agard are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. .Laird and daughter, Betty, and Mrs. Andrew Beck, visited at Cedar Falls, Waterloo, Marshalltown and Anamosa from Monday until Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. James Elbert and Andy Anderson spent the week end at Horseshoe Lake as guests of Ethel Morrison, who has spent the past week there and will be there two weeks longer. Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Kuchenbecker and Rev. and Mrs. O. C. Fjelstad and two children of Owatonna, were house guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Miller, Sunday and Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Kuchenbecker are Mrs. Miller's parents. Monday morning they visited the Grotto at West Bend. Mr. and Mrsv Win. Barry wffl return tomorrow (Wednesday) from Dea Moines. They have been there Su S aft3r> ^""K °t the home . Barry's sister, Mrs. C. B. f Smith . and attending the Dick Travers, Boston, left for ms home last Sunday, after three weeks here as guest of his uncle, the Rev. T. J. Davern. He lived here with his uncle three years ago when he was a freshman in St Cecelia's academy. Mrs. Jacob Johnson returned to the home of her daughter, Mrs. W. I B ? cker - after spending ten days visiting her cousin In Chicago. Mrs. Johnson is from Denver, Colorado, and is making an extended visit with her daughter. / Rev. and Mrs. McDowell and family and Mr. and Mrs. Donald McDowell left last Sunday for ten days' outing at Pelican Lake, Minnesota. Th6y will occupy the cot- tagi of Rev. W. O. Muhleman of Algona while there. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Ogg went to Spirit Lake Sunday to bring home Mr. Ogg's mother, Mrs. Parks and sister, Jean Ogg of Lexington, Ky., who have spent the past six weeks at the Lewis McWhorter cottage on McClelland Beach. Maxlne Devtne, daughter of Jim Devine, near Algona, is helping Mrs. Norman Crawford, Jr., with the housework, and care of the two weeks' old daughter of the Crawfords. The baby has been named Nancy Ann. Imelda Dooley returned on the bus Friday evening from a week's vacation in St Paul. She was the guest of her mother's sister, Mrs. C. L. McLaughlln, and other relatives and friends. Imelda is the deputy recorder for Kossuth county. Mrs. John Spilled of WhlttemOre spent last week with her sister, Mrs. W. A. Dutton, while Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Poirot and son, Bobbie, with whom she makes her home, are vacationing in northern Minnesota. Mrs. Poirot Is the daughter of Mrs. Spilles. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Nlelander and daughter, Ruth, arrived Sunday to spend a few days at the home of Mrs. Julius Chrischilles. Mr. Nle- lander and Mrs. Chrischilles are brother and sister. Mr. Nlelander is in the mercantile business at Spring Valley, Minnesota. Change of Location The law off ices of Sullivan, McMahon & Linnan ^ • * will be moved September 1st from the old County Savings Bank building to the new Kossuth County Mutual Insurance Association building,, 19 North Dodge street, Algona, Iowa. One-half Block North of Iowa State Bank Wednesday, Sept. 2 Only Matinee 2:30 prices 10-31 Night 10 31 41c 6 BIG TIME ACTS Arkansas Woodehopper Hposier Sod Busters Olaf, the Swede Radke Sisters Barn Dance Baud Matt Lamnth plans to spend Thusrday in Mason City on business. Harold Swan and Watson March spent Sunday In Des Moines and attended the Iowa State Pair. Ed Bnrtlett Is now employed at the Bornong Garage, which was formerly owned by Titus Motors. Elbe Van Dorstan returned on Thursday from Chicago, where he had been since the preceding Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Linnan attended the democratic rally at Terrace Park at Okoboji over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Karf of Newton, were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. McCullough. Mrs. Karf and Mrs. McCullough are sisters. Dr. a W. Meyer of the General hospital, spent Monday at the Iowa State Fair at Des Moines conducting examinations at the adult health clinic. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bailey of Clear Lake and their daughter, Mrs. Trlpler of Iowa Falls, visited Sunday with Mrs. Bailey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hopkins. Paul Rosslter, Harold Larson and Lloyd Pratt were Sunday visitors of the tatter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pratt. The young men are employed on a school job at Clear Lake. • Mr. and Mrs. Nick Bormann moved to Algona Wednesday from LuVerne and are now occupying their new home Which was pur chased from the Will Aman estate. Mat Motz of Avoca, son of Mrs. Warren Baldwin, came Friday to make his home with the Baldwins and help look after them. Mr. Motz formerly operated an electrical shop at Avoca. Mrs. John Linnan of Morris and her daughter, Margaret Linnan of Pullman, Washington, were guests Thursday and Friday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Linnan. Mrs. Ltnnan Is Mr. "Llnnan's mother. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lamuth and son, John Edward of Waseca, Minn., visited Sunday at the home of Ralph's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Lamuth. Mrs. Matt Lamuth has been quite ill the past few days. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Spilles returned Saturday evening, after a week's vacation spent In Duluth, Minnesota, and up Into Canada at Port .Arthur and Fort Williams. Mr. Spilles is a partner in the Kohlhaas & Spilles hardware. Friends of Mrs. C. B. Sheets will be sorry to hear that she has been In Mound Park hospital in St. Petersburg, Florida, for the past two or three weeks. Last reports were that she was gaining and hoped to leave the hospital tn the near fu ture. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mercer and infant son, Michael, left Mon- day'afternoon for their new home in Belolt, Wisconsin. Mr. Mercer has been coach in the Algona high adhool during the past four years, and this fall accepted the position as coach at Belolt Collee. Joe Lowe, who Is secretary of the Kossuth County Conservation League, Is the main speaker tonight before a- meeting of the sportsmen of Palo Alto county to be held- In the Court House at Emmetsburg. A Conservation League wilt be organized at this meeting. MM. Margaret Dmlley came Sunday for a week's visit with her son, Tom, and family. Next week she will go to Spencer for a short stay with her son, Leo, and from there will return to Little Lake. California, where she makes her home with her daughter, Margaret and husband. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Richards and children of Princeton, Dlinois, returned to their home Wednesday after spending a week with his mother, Mrs. A. D. Richards. Thursday Mrs. Richards went to Irvington where she visited until Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Greenfield. Van New * Stillman, attorneys, will move their law offices from the Iowa State Bank building to the new Helve building just being finished on North Dodge street October 1, They will occupy the upstairs rooms over the north store front which has been especially arranged for them. Mrs. Dennis Goedera will take her mother, Mrs. Anna Uhlendorf, to Osslan, Friday, where the latter will visit a few days with the N. J. Kline family. Mrs. Uhlendorf has been spending the summer at the Dennis Goedera home, and will go to Chicago from Osslan to make her home with her sen, Ed Uhlendorf. Mrs. Alice gabln left Sunday for Kansas City after spending the past two months with Algona relatives and friends. She has been making her home in, Kansas City the past few years with a niece. Last week Mrs. Sabin visited from Wednesday until Friday at the home of her niece, Mrs. J. A. Johnson at Rich Point Mr. and Sirs. D. A. Barnard took Mrs. Barnard's sister, Grace Van Arnam as fax as Winnebago, from where the latter went on to Fargo, Wednesday evening. Miss Van Arnam will teach in the sixth grade at the public school in Fargo. She has been attending the University of North Dakota during the summer, taking a summer school course. Tom McEnroe and daughter, Katherine of Fargo, North Dakota, and his brother, J. G. McEnroe and son of Grand Forks, North Dakota, returned to their home* Tuesday after visiting at the home of the men s brother, James McEnroe, cousin John McEnroe, and other Algona relatives. Miss McEnroe was a guest of her aunt, Mrs. Joe Piixson. George H^-kmHn left Monday for Memphis. Tennessee, where he will meet Mrs. Hackman, who has been visiting her parents at Nashville the past two weeks or more. From there they planned to go to Dallas, Texas, to attend the Centennial before returning to Knoxville where they teach. They have spent most of the summer with George's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hackman, Sr. Constipation A D L E R I K A K7W. Mrs. G. F. Towne spent from Wednesday until Friday in Rochester on business. Mr. and Mrs. Graham of the highway commission spent the week end at Spencer. Mr. and Mm. Sam Smith spent Wednesday in Mason City attending the Northwest Iowa Fair. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Roland returned Friday after a ten days' vacation spent at the Texas Centennial. Mrs. Homer Lindhorst was able to be up and about Sunday, after being In bed for ten weks with a fractured hip. Ralph Lindhorst, son of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Lindhorst, left Sunday for Des Moines where he will attend business college. Bill Steele and Lawrence .Misbach will arrive borne Sunday after spending two weeks at Two Harbor, Michigan, for their hay fever. Leona Klssner, who Is employed at the Ralph Elbert home, will arrive home today (Tuesday) after spending a week in Minnesota visiting friends. Vera Belle Ulfers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Ulfers, left Sun- 'day evening for Mason City, where she will attend the Hamilton business college. Hulda Feet of Mount Verncn left Friday for her home after spending a week visiting a friend, Mary Elizabeth Foster, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. A. Foster. Mrs. Walter Good returned to her home Friday from Des Moines where she has been during the past month, visiting with her sister, Mrs. C. C. Conner and friends. Mrs. George L. Miller and her daughter, Betty Jean, and<Mrs. At- wln Huenhold visited Mrs. William Aalderks at Lakota, Thursday. Mrs. Aelderks Is Mrs. Huenhold's mother. Mary Winkel of Fenton, left on Friday after spending the week visiting 1 at the home of her friends, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Herman. Mary is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Winkel. Allan Buchanan, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Buchanan left for Mason City Sunday where he will attend business college. Allan has two terms left, before he will complete his course. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. F. Becker and daughter, of Aurora, Illinois, are spending two weeks with Mrs. Becker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Nolte. They will return to. Aurora next Friday. Ruth Jones, daughter of C. E. Jones, of Llvermore, returned to her home Sunday after spending a week visiting her sisters, Mrs. Ed Qenrich and Arlene Jones. Ruth teaches school at Ledyard. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stevenson and sons, Bob, Jerry, and Blliy of Los Angeles, California, spent the week end with their cousin*. Oall Towne and family. Bob is an executive in the RKO studios at Hollywood. Lorraine Arndorfer, of St Benedict, began work at the Luaby drug store last week. She Is taking Maxine Hargreaves' place. Maxlne is attending high school, and will do extra work in her spare time. W. P. HemphiU has been suffering with the quinsy during the past week. His throat, has been lanced twice, but still ha* not broken. Mr. Hemphill owns and operates the Emmetaburg Grain Company at Emmetsburg. Mr. and Mrs. James Bailey of Clear Lake spent Sunday with Mrs. Bailey's mother, Mrs. Laura Hopkins. They took their daughter, Jeanne, home with them. Jeanne had been spending a week with her grandmother. Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Smith and sons, Craig and Donnie, and Mary Corinne Fleming of Whlttemore returned Saturday evening from Black Duck Lake in northern Minnesota where they had spent a week's vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Fraser and daughter, Peggy, of Philadelphia arrived Saturday, and pleasantly surprised the former's parents, Dr. and Mrs. Walter Fraser. Scott Fraser teaches in the Overbrook high school at Philadelphia. Mr. and Mr*. Louis Heetland and little daughter, Joyce, moved to Renwick, Sunday, where they will make their permanent home. Mr. Heetland formerly connected with the Algcna Produce, will operate the Renwick Produce station. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dee of Mitchell, South Dakota, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. 8. O. Anderson, Friday. Mr. Dee is blockman for the International Harvester Company, and Mrs. Anderson Is a sales collector for the same company. Mn. Lou Qulnlan arrived a week ago and is visiting her sister, Mrs. H. E. Rist and brother, C. W. Nicoulin. She will also visit another sister, Mrs. Fred Randall in Mason City. She will return to Hollywood in about three weeks. Kathleen Holtzbauer, bookkeeper and cashier at CBristensen Bros. Co., returned Sunday evening, from Dea Moines, where she had been a guest of her aunt, Mrs. C. B. M. Smith, since the previous Wednesday. Kathleen also attended the Iowa State Fair. Mr. and MTU. Cecil Benner of Garner, spent Sunday with the latter's mother, Mrs. Walter Good. Mr. and Mrs. Benner will move to Anamosa by September 8th, where Mr. Benner haa been transferred to manage that branch of the Bell Telephone Company. Thursday gue*U of Mm George Holtzbauer were her sisters-in- law, Mrs. Hanna Tierney of Seattle, Mrs. Charley Bailey of Garner, and Mrs. J. E. Tierney of Garner, and her two nieces, Mra. P. Engstler of Garner, and Mrs. Geo. Corbin of Clear Lake. Logon BUuitrd of McGregor, chairman of the Iowa Conservation Commission stopped here Saturday morning and visited W. G. McCullough. The two men have been friends since boyhood. Mrs. Blizzard had been attending the state meeting of the Iowa Conservation Commission at Okoboji. Mr. and Mr«. Ernst Tbiel and Mr. and Mrs. Horace Claptaddle drove over 600 miles oa a pleasure trip Uutt Sunday. They viaite4 Niagara Cave at Harmony, Minn., caw the carved wood clocks of Billy Bros, at Spillvilie, visited St. Anthony 1 * chapel at naimar drove on to McGregor and Pike's Peak, and on to Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin, and up th» Scenic Drive to La- CroaM. Algona Law Offices Change Locations The Sullivan, McMahon & Linnan law firm movea Monday Into the upstairs offices of the Kossuth Mutual Ins. building which has just been completed. Maurice McMahon has moved Into the office vacated by Hutchison & Hutchison who go over the Security State Bank. Quarton & Miller will move into offices in the Sawyer buildfng vacated by Sullivan, McMahon A Linnan. Another legal firm to make a change will be Van Ness & Stillman who will occupy a suite In the new Helse building after October 1. Kohlhaas Bros, have rented the rear office on the downstairs floor of the Kossuth Mutual building. XKKKK8X SWEA CITY NEWS A nine pound son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Sanftner at an EsthervlHe hospital, Thursday. Aug. 27. Mr. and Mrs. John Brown returned Friday from a two weeks' visit with relatives and friends at Flint and Lapeer, Michigan. Mr. and Mrs. Olen Griffith of Kansas City, Missouri, came Tuesday of last week for a week's visit at the home of his mother, Mrs. Anna Griffith. Gerlne, 11 year-old daughter of Goodman Hundsness, was taken to the Kossuth hospital at Algona, last Wednesday, where she was operated on for appendicitis. Earl Jostin, Estherville, former music Instructor in the Swea City school, called on friends here last Wednesday. He Is returning to Valley Junction this fall. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rushton, former Swea City residents, now living on a farm northwest of town, recently purchased a 240-acre farm four miles east of Austin, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Lord and daughter, Velma of Bradford, came last Friday for a two days' visit nt the home of his brother, Ray Lord. Beth Lord, who had spent a week visiting relatives at Bradford and Iowa Falls returned with them. Miss Harriet Poole, who Is employed In the Ford Hopkins drug store at Fort Dodge, spent last Wednesday and Thursday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. '*»*.•••>•«<• **«•••)*,,•,*%«• *.o •> Wm. Poole. She was accompanied by Dwlght Mace of Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. John Ecklund went to Algona last Wednesday where Mrs. Ecklund attended a meeting of the presidents of the county federated clubs. Plans were made at this meeting for the oistrict convention to be held at Algona, Oct. 14-15. Bunkofske Back Home Henry Bunkofske, local barber, will move into his new home at th« old site on North Dodge street, thft middle of this week. He has Installed two new chromlum-comfo) chairs and other new equipment. In, the new Heise building. Read The Want Ads—It Pays The Bell It Kinging! 'Jackie Jumper 9 FOB SCHOOL! FOR PLAY! JACKIE JUMPER Mother, please take notice! This is the garment that takes the Grand Prlte for economy and durability. We call it the "Jackie Jumper" Bib Pant, because It'a much too smart for the overall class. Water repellant . . . adjustable bib and shoulder straps . . . plain and patterned corduroys and wools. In all the desirable fall shades. ] 95 JACKETS to match. 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