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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Sept. 15,1936 Dallas Foster spent Thursday in Algona with his uncle, W A Foster. ' Gary Aalfs, little son of Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Aaffs, was 111 during the past week. Mrs. Jewell Patterson returned Sunday .from Nevada where she had^siJent a month at the Iowa . Sanitarium. Mrs. John Slfert spent the week .end In Algona. Mrs. Slfert is keeping house tor Joe Mokry who lives «ast of Tltonka. tlda and Idella Patterson left this morning for Chllllcothe, Missouri, where they have enrolled In the business college. Mary Margaret Burn spent Sunday at Fort Dodge with her par- •enta. She is employed at the Cora D. Miller Beauty shop. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin, Griffet of Amboy, Minnesota, werS guests on Sunday at the home of the latter's aunt, Mrs. Henry Aman. Phyllis Good has been employed as bookkeeper for Lalng & Muckey who are located In the new Helse building. She started work Mon- oay morning. Mrs. A. Hutchison, daughter Dorothy, and granddaughter, Mary Drummond, and Mrs. T. C. Hutchison left Wednesday for Chicago Dorothy returned to her work at the library there and Mary to her home. The two Mrs. Hutchisons are expected home Wednesday. Mrs. Bernard Yeoman went to Fort Dodge, Sunday, where sue will spend two weeks visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Li. B. Hudson. David Pnrvis and A. C. Kills of Pataluma, California, returned to their home Thursday after a visit at the home of Mi 1 . Purvis' sister, Mrs. E. J. Hough. Mrs. E. J. Hough and her daughter, Frances, drove to Iowa City, where Frnaces will enter her junior year, at the University. Frances is taking up journalism. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Brown and daughter of Des Moines, have recently moved to Algona. Mr. Brown is district salesman for northern Iowa for the Royal 400 Oil Co. Catherine McCall spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. McCall. Catherine is employed as secretary of the Alpha Iota sorority of the AIB school In Des Moines. Frank Aman and sister, Mrs. Amelkoffer and Donna May of Welcome, Minnesota, spent the week end at St. Benedict and were guests Sunday evening of their cousin, Henry Aman and wife. Mrs. Mary Clay of Tacoma, Washington, came Friday and Is a guest this week at the home of Miss Gusta Winkle. Mrs. Clay will be remembered as a former Algona school teacher, Miss Mary Gannon. for your every step AiiySTEP wt»h thair "magic «oU»" turn hard sidewalk* Into toft carpets Even the most "spoof proof" admit the magic of hard sidewalks turning to soft carpets! Foot fatigue vanishing in thin air. MAGIC. Performed by hundreds of tiny shock absorbing ail- spaces in Air Step "magic sole." Magic again in the ravishing beauty of our new Air Step styles for Fall. Choose for every occasion. Brownell Shoe Co. 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Norton & Son Algona Iovvtl Fred Heckart of Mason City visited Algona relatives briefly Friday. MM. Edythe Dalley and Benlah Hartshorn spent Thursday afternoon in Mason City. Dr. a W. Meyer and wife and son went to Oskaloosa, Sunday, to attend a family reunion. Mrs. Ralph Mledke, Omega McGrath and Drusilla Caughlln spent Thursday afternoon In Mas'on City. Mrs. Charlie Fisher and son, Lester, from Milford, spent last week with their friends, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Roeder. G«orgianne Gelgel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Geigel, left on Monday morning for Storm Lake, where she will enter Buena Vista college. Mrs. Mayme Chitty and two daughters, Margaret and Bradley Bell of Correctlonvllle, spent the week end with the former's mother, Mrs. Kezlah Bradley. The Dr. B. A. Evans family and the John T. McGuire family exchanged houses Saturday. John McGuire has purchased the house that the Evans formerly lived in. H. N. Kmse spent the week end at Iowa Falls, where he attended the State Board meeting of the Iowa Baptists. Mr. Kruse Is the state treasurer of the Iowa Baptists. Mr. and Mm. G. C. McKee and the latter's mother, Mrs. E. E. Stewart, spent Tuesday in Mason City, visiting at the home of Mr. McKee's mother, Mrs, H. C. Shipman. Mrs. Theo. Larson took her guest, Betty Molek, to Mason City Tghurs- day, from where she returned by train to her home In Cedar Rapids. Betty spent a few days visiting at the Larson home. Guests of Dr. and Mrs. H. M Olson Sunday, were Mrs. Olson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Johnson, and Mrs. Olson's brother and wife, Mr. and,Mrs. Forest Johnson, all of Ruthven. Mr. and Mrs. Enos Wernert returned Thursday morning after having been gone for three weeks. They attended the wedding of their son, Ignatius, at Niagara Falls, and visited relatives in Pennsylvania. Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Monlux and sons, William and Robert, will drive to Iowa City today (Tuesday). Robert will enter the Iowa University. Robert will be a sophomore, and is taking a medical course. Dr. D. P. Grettle returned to his home In Chicago, Monday. Mrs. Grettle and son, Donald, will remain through September with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Vohs. Dr. Grettie had been visiting here for a week. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Taylor of Humboldt, spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Kirsch. Mr. Taylor was formerly manager of the Bell Telephone Company at Algona and now holds that position at Humboldt. Bob Sellstrom, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Sellstrom, and Gertrude Nelson, daughter of Mrs. Alma Nelson, returned to St. Peter, Minnesota, Sunday morning. They will attend Gustavus Adolphus college during thn year. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hoiiaer and Mr. and Mrs. C. D. McElhaney of Lima, Ohio, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Kuhn from Wednesday until Friday. W. A. Houser Is the brother of Mrs. Kuhn, and Mrs. McElhaney Is Mrs, Kuhn's slater. Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Cullen and two children, and CatherJo Strelt, Dave McGreevy and Ruth Culbcrt- 3on of Mason City were Sunday guests of Mary Strelt. The Cullens also drove to Whittemore to call on the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Cullen. Mrs. C. K. Hagie of Aurora, Minnesota, arrived Saturday, and spent a week visiting at the home of her mother, Mrs. Ann E. Phillips, and with her brothers and sisters. From here she will go to Illinois, where she will also spend some time visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Monlux drove to Jackson, Minnesota, Monday afternoon, to bring their son. Willlam, home. William has been working assistant to Dr. Stanton this summer and last summer. He will attend Ames college this fall as a senior of veterinary medicine. Mrs. Clarence Woods gave birth to a baby girl, Tuesday afternoon, at the General hospital. The baby has been named Janice Yvonne. The Woods have one other child, a three year old daughter, Ardlth Joyce. Mrs. Woods is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Richard- m. Marion Rising, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Rising, is working at the Kruse & Blossom Insurance Agency this week. She is taking the place of Mrs. Vic Parsons, while the latter is enjoying a, week's vacation. Vic Parsons is j employed at the Haggard & Falk- ' enhainer offices. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Tuttle and children, Marilyn and Richard, drove to Des Moines, Saturday, where Mr. Tuttle attended a sales meeting of the Des Moines Drug Company. They spent the remainder of the week end with Mrs. Tuttle's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Burrell, at Perry. C. S. JOHNSON SPECIALS! See Our Fancy Chinaware to be given away Secure a full set FREE $1,000.00 in Gash Prizes O.MAB WONOEB FLOUR Special Prices Now Gold Pack Canners 1.19 Large size Fly spray, gal ens 59c Wash Boilers $1.89 Weed Scythe $1.39 Lge Tractor Funnel 69c Mrs. A. I* Webster of EsthervHle formerly of Algona, is visiting at the Charles Potter home. Mr. and Mrs. Boy Richardson drove to Winnebago, Minnesota, on a business trip Thursday. James Stlllmnn of Dolllvcr uprnt Thursday attending the fair with his brother,. Jerry Stillman. Jennie Cooney of Blue Earth was a guest of Elizabeth Holtzbauer from Thursday until Saturday. Irvln Elbert has been employed as assistant at Bunkofske's new barber shop in the Heise building 1 . Mrs. Harold Cowan, Mrs. Richard Cowan and Mrs. Arnie Horsford spent Wednesday In Mason City. Mrs. Ralph Miller spent Wednesday afternoon with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Miller, at Estherville. Rachael Clapsaddle, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. G. D, Clapsaddle, of Burl, spent Wednesday as guest of Ruth McKee. Mr. and Mrs Guy Htnkley of Eagle Grove came to attend the fair Thursday, and spent the evening at the Chet Williams home. Phil Bergfield, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Bergfleld, left for Iowa City, Sunday. He will attend the Iowa University during the year. R. H. Foutz spent Tuesday and Wednesday In Algona on business. Mr. Foutz is vice president of the Kennedy & Parsons Wholesale Co. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pratt took their daughter, Esther, to Ames, Wednesday, Esther will attend the Iowa State College during the year. Mr. and Mrs. 3. L. Haverly of Wesley were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Becker, Friday. They attended the fair, Mrs. Haverly and Mrs. Becker are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Bettinger and children of Minneapolis, spent Wednesday and Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Coffin. Mrs. Bettinger and Mrs. Coffin are sisters. Lulu Kohl, Bernlce Ludwifr, Maurine McCullough, Irma Dee Phillips, Charlotte Hilton and her guest, Marlow Frerk of Slayton, Minnesota, spent Thursday at Mason City. Dean Clapsaddle and 1/eona I/lch- ter took the former's sister Rachael to Iowa City, where she will attend the Iowa University. Dean will also attend the Iowa University, leaving next week. Arlcne Bonerholm of Crystal Lake returned to her home, Sunday, after visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Holman Anderson since Wednesday, Arlene and Mrs. Anderson are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Uhl from Maxwell and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Carney of Des Moines spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sheehan. Mrs. Uhl and Mrs. Carney are sisters of Mr. Sheehan. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Cairy of Blue Earth, and Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt Raney of Klemme attended the fair Thursday. Mrs. Cairy and Mrs. Raney are the daughters of Mrs. Ann Zlttrltsch, and Mr. Raney Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Raney. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Samson left for Hooper, Nebraska, Thursday, where they will spend a week visiting relatives and attending to business matters. Mr. and Mrs. Samson have rented their homo on South Minnesota street to Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Vigors. ItuNNell Arndorfer and John Jakop left for their home In Milwaukee the first of the week, after spending since Wednesday with Mr. nnd Mrs. P. J. Grelner and family. Russell la a cousin of the Greiners. The two boys are students at Notre Dame. A. L. Long's cousins, Mr. and Mra. N. Minkler of Tacoma, Washington, spent Wednesday and Thursday, visiting at the Long's and with other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Minklsr stopped on their way to New York City where they are going to attend Columbia University. Joe Bcstenlehner and his brothers, Andrew of Ottutnwa and Frank of Whittemore, are enjoying a few days' vacation in Wisconsin and Minnesota. "Bud" Bestenlehner accompanied them as far as Prairie du Chien, where he will attend Campion college during the coming year. Mr. and Mrs. George Fettotnlk of Boone and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Pestotnlk of Boone spent last Monday as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Selzer. Andrew and George Pestot- nik are brothers of Mrs. Selzer. The Andrew Pestotniks were returning to their home after a vacation spent at Cass Lake fishing. Rev. and -Mr». C. Paul Carlson spent Sunday in Mason City. Rev. Carlson preached at the Mason City Presbyterian church in the morning and conducted services at the I. O. O. F. Old Folks home in the evening. Norman Frerking of Lakota supplied the pulpit at the Presbyterian church here, Sunday. Mr. and Mm. Leon Hush and son, Leonard of Westby, Wisconsin, were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Hackman. Mr. and Mrs. Bush were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Russell Streeter, who are newlyweds, and who are returning to their home in Minneapolis. Tiie Bush family were pioneer residents of old Irvington. Homer Eggerth of Spokane, and his sister, Mrs. E. R. Nave of Seattle, Washington, and their friend, Mrs. M. C. Pryor of Spokane, spent Wednesday and Thursday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. O. F. I Price. The former three were en- route to New York City. Mr. Eggerth and Mrs. Nave are the nephew and niece of Mrs. Price. Adice Payne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Payne, left Friday night, via Chicago, for Ann Arbor, Michigan, where she will spend a week or ten days visiting with her aunts, Bernadine Barbaras and Sister Mary Angela. Sister Mary Angela is in tharge of the office at the St. Joseph Mercy hospital, and Miss Barbaras is bookkeeper in that hospital. Alice is employed in the LaBarre offices. Maude McBrooni of Iowa City was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bishop from Wednesday until Friday. She was returning from Alexandria, Minnesota, where she had been spending a two weeks' vaca- tiun. She returned to lowu City with her niece and nephew. John and Ruth Bishop. Miss McBroom is the sister of Mrs. Bishop. John will attend the lotva State University, and Ruth will teach in the Iowa City school*. Bernlce Lndwig, employed at the Marigold Beauty Shop, was back on the job, Monday morning, after spending a week's vacation with her- parents, ,Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ludwig, and In Algona attending the fair. John VMS, Jr., of LuVernr, won the ton of Blue Star coal in the contest held by F. S. Norton & Son at the fair. There were "37 pounds and 8 ounces In the pile of coal. Mr. Voss' estimate was two ounces long. Mary Schultz, who has been employed as lady tailor at the Elk Cleaners for the past few years, has resigned, her position, and Leona Lasche has taken her place. Mary will be at home where she will do tailoring and sewing. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Selken of Minneapolis were visiting Algona friends last week Tuesday. They had spent the week end at Spencer with Mrs. Selkcn's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Horrigan, while Mr. Selken attended to business matters in that locality. Betty Mnrtagh, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Murtagh, left Monday evening for Nashville. Tennessee, where she will enter the Ward- Belmont school for girls as a freshman. Betty graduated from the Des Moines high school last spring, and won a scholarship to this school. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Merrltt and daughter, Betty, took another daughter, Dorothy DeMott and Marion Gilmore, son of Mrs. Irene Gilmore to Wayne, Nebraska, Sunday. The latter two will enter the Nebraska State Teachers' College there. Dorothy will be a freshman and Marion will be a senior. Mrs. Henry Lavrenz and daughters, Esther, Amelda and Elda, left Sunday for northern Minnesota, where they will spend a week's vacation. Esther is office manager at the reemployment office, Amelda is clerk at Moe & Sjogren's, and Elda is employed as telephone operator by the Bell Telephone Company. Mrs. Mary Anderson arrived on Sunday, from Minneapolis and will spend two weeks visiting at the home of her daughter, Mrs. C. W. Morck. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Peterson and son, Bobbie, of Des Moines brought Mrs. Anderson here, and spent the day at the Morck residence. Mrs. Peterson is also a daughter of Mrs. Anderson. Mr. nnd Mrs. Norman Minkler of Tacoma, Washington, left Friday for New York City after a few days' visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Abner Long. Mr. Minkler was at one time employed by the Elk Cleaners here. He recently sold his dry cleaning plant at Tacoma. Mr. and Mrs. Minkler are both planning to take post graduate work at Columbia this year. Mrs. Minkler teaches in the State Normal of Washington. Albert Reed of Toprkn, Kansas, former well known Algonian, was visiting old friends here the latter part of the week. He has been traveling quite extensively in the west and after visiting his old home at Waterloo, he will return to Topeka, where he makes his home with his son, Berlle, professor of chemistry at the University of Kansas. Albert is a brother of the late Ben Reed, author of the History of Kossuth County. Mrs. E. R, MorrUon, owner and operator of the Morrison Beauty shop, returned Sunday evening after spending 3 weeks at Horseshoe Lake. She reports that fishing was excellent, and they returned with all that the law would allow. Dorlys Knutson spent one week with Mrs. Morrison. Dorlys is employed by E. J. Murtagh. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Hale of Kansas City, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Elbert, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pooch and Andy Anderson were her guests. .Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Coffin returned Monday evening, after spending the week end traveling in Minnesota and Wisconsin. They visited Niagara Cave at Harmony, Minnesota, and visited cousins of Mr. Coffin, Mrs. Jess Scott and Harold Huckstead at Niellsville, Wisconsin, and went through the museum at the Luther College at Decorah. The Norwegian collection was especially interesting. The museum also contains the smallest boat ever to cross the Atlantic unaided. Returns to College Fenton: Emily Mueller, daughter of Theo. Mueller, has begun her second year of normal training at Waldorf College, Forest City. Union Silo Filling Union: Alfred Schenck tilled,silo two days last week. Frank Thompson will nil this week. The rain has been a great hindrance to silo rilling. 2 Seneca Folks Operated Upon Seneca: Mrs. F. W. Bassett underwent n minor operation one day last week at Dr. Egan's office in Bancroft. Mrs. Emii Elmers also underwent a minor operation one day the latter part of the past week nt the Dr. Kirkegaard office in Ringsted. Albert Klein and Thomas Enges- sor spent Sunday at Lake Okobojl. Ronald Anderson of Swea City spent the past week at the Leonard Anderson home. Mr. and Mrs. Tom St. John and sons spent Sunday of last week at the Jack Banwart home near Rodman, Mary and Margie Lenihan who have been employed at the canning factory in Fairmont have returned to their home. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hatton of Chicago and Mr. and Mrs. Alvln House and daughter of Waterloo, spent the week end at the George Patterson home. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Saunders and son, Russell of Fairmont and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Anderson and family of near Swea City spent last week Sunday at the Leonard Anderson home. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Grocn of Swea City, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Demon and daughter of near Lone Rock and Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Denton and son, Jerome spent Sunday at the Sheldon Merrill home. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hatton of Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. Alvln House and daughter of Waterloo, Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Merrill and sons and Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Jensen and daughter were dinner guests at the George Patterson home Sunday. West Bend Man Goes Under Knife West Bend: Mike Henely was taken to Fort Dodge to the hospital Sunday and operated on for appendicitis. He has been having a siege of inflammatory rheumatism and this complication makes his ailment'worse. the University, taking Civil Engineering. Leaves for Position Clifford Munson left Sunday morning for Hollandalc to work in the office of a concern dealing in potatoes and vegetables. His brother, Ted, has been employed there for two years. Away at College James Barber has gone to Forest City to attend Waldorf College again this year. John Schutter is attending the State University as a third year student. He Is studying medicine. Wilbur Stone is also a student at Sat.-Sun.-Mon., Sept. 26-27-28 Continous Saturday and Sunday. Matinee 2:30 Monday Written in Algona RICHARD SHERMAN (An Algona Boy) The big audience picture breaking records in all cities. SHE DIDN7 WANT TO WAIT... until ihc w« 90 before the hid her Ilinjl ^WWWVWV^WWrfWW^^ Read Over These Bargains And Come Buy Your Share New Fall WASH FROCKS fast color 98c School and Kiddies' DRESSES fast color 39c & 59c Pure Silk Hose Full Fakhion Kinglet First Quality pair 49c NEW FALL Candy Daily Special Orange Slices Pinapple Slices PRINTS Itumsou & Pepperell >q. 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