The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 18, 1930 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, June 18, 1930
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The tipper Des Moines-Bepublican. June 18,1930 lt itor in Algona yesterday, a vis- v at Mason City. spent Saturday Tu«ey of Lakota was a in Algona yesterday. «Ai ; Elston of were Algoiia visitors yesterday. . Henry Blocker of Bancroft was a business visitor in Algona Monday. * « over from Whltte- calling on friends yesterday. . Mrs, ft. E. Vincent and Mrs. Nlta Isaacson spent Tuesday in Port Dodge. was day. Jake Godden was down from Burt on business Saturday. Homer Lawson was over from Wesley on business Saturday. John Ludwig of Garner was calling on Algona friends Saturday. of st - Benedict on Algona .friends Tues- 4. «, Egeland of Colesburg, Iowa, Is the new barber at the Shilts' Bros .shop. Eleanor Backus spent Sunday and Monday visiting with Relatives at Dun• combe. y. ^ Martin Bonnstetter has an attack of rheumatism and is obliged to walk with •a cane, •, E. J. Murtagh and daughter, Josephine, were visitors in Carroll, Iowa, -one day last week. Mrs. L. V. Andrews leaves next Saturday for a two weeks' visit in Perry, Iowa, with relatives. ™ William Hopkins is at Rochester this week consulting the Mayo clinic regarding his ailments. It is reported that Joe Schaben is breaking ground for a new house on East McGregor street. ni - Bl Cairy WftS OVer Whittemore on business Saturday. 'Mrs. William Geering of Ottumwa is visiting with Algona friends this week. '9 *. i^ Henry Reimers of Titonfca was looking after business matters in Algona Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. C. Rippentrop, who live near Lakota, were Algona Visitors on Saturday, _ Chris Nielsen, popular Seneca resident, paid this office a pleasant call last Friday. Attorney J. W. Sullivan was a business visitor in Fort Dodge a couple of days last week. Jack Delter and Florence Harrington of Chicago spent a few days last week at the J. W. Sullivan home. Paul Lonergan and Henry Clement, two of Bancroft's prominent men, were in the city on business Wednesday. Irene Vaudt of Whittemore is the new clerk in the county auditor's office. She started to work Monday. John Falrburn, one of Whittemore's old settlers and former business man, Mrs. Moore Smith came up from Des Moines Monday for a visit with her mother, Mrs. C. B. Barry. JUlius Kunz of Wesley, president of •the County Fair Association, was in Algona on business yesterday. Jesse Staley of Lacrosse, Wisconsin •was,hi Algona Monday. He is visiting his. ? brother, Herbert, at Burt. MUs Vera Barter, one of the nurses •at the Kossuth hospital spent Sunday with her parents in Fort Dodge. R. E. Vincent went to Des' Moines Friday, and visited his son, Ellsworth ant j « sister, who is a patient at the Methodist hospital. Miss Faye Stebbins returned to her home at Good Thunder, Minnesota, last week after having spent several •days here with friends. was in Algona on business Saturday. County Attorney and Mrs. G. D. Shumway spent Monday in Sutherland on business. Sutherland is his old home. Mrs. G. D. Brundage and daughter, Maxine left Sunday for Goshen, Indiana, where they will visit until the first of August. Harold. Falkenhainer, who was graduated from the University of Iowa this June is now working in the Algona Insurance Agency. . P. J. Christensen spent the week end at Spirit Lake with hia family who had been there for several days. They returned home Monday. Mrs. Wm< Blngaman and daughters, Myrna and Avada, left Wednesday evening for Shelley, Idaho,'where they go to join a son. Mr. and Mrs. Sid Carlson of Mankato, Minnesota, stopped here Friday for a visit with friends while on their Mrs Ann Pechner went to Omaha Saturday to spend a week with her sister, Mrs. William Boger. Little Phyllis Lee, daughter of Mr and Mrs. W. S. Lee, is having a siege of the measles this week. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hauberg spent Sunday at Mt. Auburn, Iowa, where they attended a family reunion. Mildred Sundlng, Algona high school graduate, began clerking in the Blooms- ready-to-wear department last week. Miss Olive Lewis, who is employed at the Chrischilles & Herbst store, spent the week end with her parents at Lakota. Mrs George Elbert and Mrs. Eugene Kenefick returned Wednesday of last week from Minneapolis where they had spent a few days. Miss Eva Streit and Mrs. Eugene Kenefick visited Saturday and Sunday at the home of the Misses Dorothy and Gertrude Fleming at Forest City. E. W. Lusby is expected home today from Des Moines where he has been since Sunday visiting at the home of his daughter, Mrs. E. Pierce Witmer. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Barnes and little daughter, Marjorle, are expected Wednesday for a visit at the home of Mr. Barnes' .sister, Mrs, George Elbert. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Finnegan of Chicago visited Sunday at the home of the former's sister, Mrs. C. S. Johnson. Mr. Finnegan at one time lived in Algona. Mrs. Sally Kranz is expected home this week from California, where she has been since February. Mrs. Kranz makes her home with her daughter, Mrs. T. H. Chrischllles. Lawrence, eighteen year old son of Peter Govern, living east of Bancroft, is a patient at the Algdna hospital, recovering from an operation for appendicitis performed June B, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Nelson and family are spending the summer at Orleans, Iowa. Mr. Nelson was formerly assistant bank receiver for the Algona 'banks and others in; the community. Paul Gellenfeldt is' assisting at the Clapsaddle Tire & Vulcanizing Service while H. D. Clapsaddle is on a fish- Peter Berens of Bancroft was in Algona on business yesterday. Ed. Hauptmann of Wesley Was looking after business matters in Algona Tuesday. Carl Ebert. one of Whittemore's substantial farmers was in Algona on business yesterday, George Free, Jr., is expected home tomorrow from Fort Dodge where he has been visiting since Thursday. The Kohlhaas hardware erected a new electric General Electric sign above the store door the first of the week. Mrs. Thos. Akre, Mrs. Hugh Post, Charles Akre and his friend, Mr. Bur- tls were visitors at Fort Dodge Friday. Mrs. Heinie Stebritz has been quite ill the past week or more with sinus trouble. She has been confined to her bed. R. O. Bjustrom, proprietor of the Hobarton general store, was a business visitor in Des Moines last Wednesday. He returned Thursday. Mrs. Stella Peters of Northfield, Minnesota, and Mrs. Margaret Boylson of Eagle Grove visited last week at the home of Mrs. C, O. Simpson. Mr. and Mrs. Al Bloom and Mrs. Joe Bloom drove to St. Paul Sunday and visited.with relatives. They arrived back in Algona Tuesday even- Ing. Miss Elaine Isaacson arrived Saturday from Duluth, where she has been attending school and will spend the summer with her mother, Mrs. Nita Isaacson. $23.5O Buys a High-Grade SUIT ing trip up near Cass Lake. Iowa State College Paul at- the past way home from Rock Island. Sylvia Herrand and Grace Kouba, stenographers hi the Sullivan, McMah- Mrs. Marc Moore and two children on & LUinan i aw offices, spent Sat- were released Saturday from quarantine. The older daughter, Wilma, aged • seven had the scarlet fever. Friends of Mrs. A. L. Rlst will be glad to hear that she is. reported out of danger unless complications set in She has been critically ill with angina pectoris for some time. Miss Elizabeth Wlnegar and Mrs Ceo, Elvidge drove up from Perry last Thursday and had dinner at the Hu Herman home. Miss Winegar " • tended the wedding of "Helen Vinson. Bert Peck, who has resided in Fort Dodge since his return from California, has been hi Algona several days ."us week overseeing repairs on his .B...B. Brown, of Mason City ha^beeji 'appointed assistant receiver under 'R H, Miller. He succeeds J. R. Nelson! Mr. Brown will .work in the office of closed banks in.Mason Cltyvpart time; • He is married... •' ." , y! : . < /' -Margaret Bartlett is taking a vacation from her duties in the Graham store. ,-Tuesday she went to Mason City with her aunt, and uncje, Mr. ancf Mrs W. 4- Ladendorf and Wednesday she accompanied them to their home in Burt f or a -visit. C jMr. and Mrs. Dan. Habegar and daughter returned Thursday from northern Minnesota. They visited with Mrs. Habegar's brother at Grand Rapids and also Hibbing where they looked through the seven million dollar high school building. . . I urday and Sunday in Mason City. Mrs. L. E. Hovey went to Mlhneota, Minnesota, last Friday for a visit with relatives. She intends to return to Algona the latter part of the week. Robert Vincent was called to Des Moines last week by the serious illness of his sister, Mrs. Longacres, who underwent an operation at. the Methodist hospital. .Mrs. Stewart Hazeltine of 'Washing-' .ton,'ilpwil.ifctuneKlast Thursday and visited with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cosgrove, until Sunday. Her husband came after her. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnston were visiting In Algona a short time Satur- I: o n e no other radio) CflFl Mrs.'J.^Bj Johnston. Fran , tising manager for the Globe Machinery company in Des Moines. ^ ^ About twenty local 'Knights of Columbus headed fry Grand Knight L. A. Winkel attended the' 'initiation of a class at Emmetsburg Sunday They also stayed over for the banquet..Sunday evening and reported a delightful program. . . Paul Hutchlns, who is a student at Ames, is now attending a reserve officers' training camp in Kentucky. Paul, who is a son of Mr. and. Mrs. H. D. Hutchins, has a year and a haif more of college. He is taking civil and electrical engineering. Miss May Ward returned Tuesday from'oameron, Missouri, where she had spent I!?!® weeks' vacation. She drove to Cameron with'her brother who came after heft Mrs. O. H, Williams took her place 'In the ready to wear department at the Christensen store while she was gone. Dr. R. C. Sayers, Walter Harris, F. H. McQuinston, Hugh Carmichael, all of Fairfield, and J. C. Hammer of Webster City spent last week at Algona. They spent part of their vacation fishing. They returned home Friday, R. C. Sayers also came on business matters. He owns .farms in the com* munlty. Mr. and Mrs. A. Hutchison drove to Des Moines last week for a short visit and were to go from there to Evanston to get their daughter, Dorothy, who has been attending school there. They will visit another daughter, Mrs. Quin- tended year. L. J. DeGraw returned Saturday from Anderson, Missouri, where he had spent a week looking after some land holdings he has there. Richard Vaughan helped at the Kohlhaas Hardware during his absence. Raymond Wehler ' took his little daughter, Peggy 'Jane, to Des Moines Sunday. From Des Moines she went to Omaha where she will visit her mother, Mrs. Helen Wehler, for the next three weeks. Mrs. Loren Minkler and Miss Marie Beermah are taking their summer vacations from the Chrischilles & Herbst store. Elsie Specht is assisting for Marie and Mrs. A. J. Schnepf is assisting .for Mrs. Minkler. • Miss Philomena Quhin returned on Sunday to Iowa City to complete her nurses' training course. She had spent ten days hi Algona visiting her mother, MrflKMf ^Quinn, and at the home of her sister, Mrs. Joel Hert»tP'«*f ' , Mrs..Bernard Tierney and little son; Craig, of. Mason City, are visiting this week at the home of Bernard's mother, Mrs. George-Holfczbauer. Bernard 'spent the,, week-end in Algona, but returned - fMr^ia pity. ^unda^nlflht.- ," Joseph- Cosgrove came r home last" week. from Burlington Junction, Missouri, where Mr.- Cosgrove's grading crew has been located for some time. Mr. Cosgrove .has sold:. practically all of his grading equipment. C. F. Specht and 'daughters, Elsie and Emma, and grandson, Wayne Larson of .Foi'est City who has been visiting at' the Specht 'home, drove to Mound City, .Minnesota, .Sunday after Mrs. Specht .who had been visiting there the past week. John Delm, son of Mrs. Eva Deim, and John Bestenlehher, son of Jo-, seph Bestenlehner, are visiting at the home of John Deim's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Deim at Swea City. They returned to Swea City with Mrs. Delm last week Tuesday after she had spent the day here. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Oliver in company with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brennan of Emmetsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kelley of Whittemore and Mrs. Oliver's parents,. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gmelin, of Mason City enjoyed a picnic and fishing trip at Crystal Lake Sunday. They reported a good catch. Eugene Zlttrltsch was painfully injured last Saturday when his hand was caught between two batteries of chickens at the Swift plant, where he is employed. Alice Rist is home from Rockford College to spend the Summer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Rlst. Alice has completed her freshman year at Rockford. ' .Mrs.'.Hdrold Marchant and baby came Wednesday from Vinton and will make their home here. Mr, Marchant is the trumpet player in the local Iowa Blues orchestra. Mr. and Mrs. A, J. Hook of Decorah were guests at the Geo. H. Free home Tuesday. They were on their way to Sioux City. Mr. Hook Is an attorney at Decorah. Miss Lizzie Hohn entertained Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Hohn and daughter, May Ella, of Ringsted, and Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Hohn of Algona at dinner Sunday. A. K. Cliff has had a new sign erected under the sign of the Ben's Radio Shop. Both men have their headquarters in the Boettcher building on North Thorington street. Mr. and Mrs. George Wilson left last week for a fishing trip hi northern Minnesota. They will be gone about three weeks. Mr. Wilson is the baker at the Algona Bakery. A. L. Rohe was a' business visitor in Algona and Bancroft Tuesday. Art was formerly a national bank receiver in Algona, but is now in the insurance i business in Cherokee. Miss June Westberg of Minneapolis is visiting her friend, Mrs. T, F. O'Halre at the H. E. Rist home. Mrs. O'Haii-e and Miss Westberg attended Rockford College at Rockford, Illinois, together. Mrs. W. J. O'Brien and: children left Sunday to spend a week with her A Lucky Cash Buy of a lot of Suits of the LATEST STYLES Include the popular brown twists, new light soft grey shades (3 piece) and the host tweed suit 99 CA in town, choice at Silk stripe and real Madras dyed shirts on sale Saturday at „ ,__, Pahn Beach Suits go at __ Odd lot of small sizes at yarn- 1.45 11.50 8.50 Tropical worsted, fine light gt'ay • shades and tans • JO '""' special at i lO. Get Ready for the Fourth and Your Vaea^ tion While Assortment is Best and "Rate" at its Lowest Kraft-Misbach Company Kitty McCarWwHo Algona, came from Minneapolis .for a visit also. - '••' •Mrs. Helen Quarton Brushinghahl and son, Bobbie, came last week Tuesday from their home in New York 'City for a visit at the home Of Mrs. Brushlngham's parents, Mr. and -Mrs. W. B. Quarton. Lewis Wilson has been confined to his home at Mason City of late because of illness. He had been away on a fishing trip and has been ill since his return. Mr. Wilson is the proprietor o'f the Algona Bakery. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Duncan of Westfield, New Jersey, are expected in Algona the middle of next week for a visit at the home of Mrs. Duncan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H. Free. Mr. Duncan has been athletic coach at Westfield the past year. W. B. Quarton went to Melvin, Iowa, Monday to attend a big Guernsey cattle meeting which was to be held there Tuesday. From Melvin he planned to go to Council Bluffs to attend the State Bar convention which is to be held there June 19 and 20. Carl Ostwinkle, who has been at- They are cousins of Mr. i •-'* <i" -"ill . ,'i* "Sid" Blossom^ the well known'Burt banker, was 'one 1 of the appraisers on land condemned by the state highway commission for 'a paved road from Clear Lake to Mason City a mile or so south "{^present paved road.. The n •* fc *jrM* a— . — - .. —• ft *• i wu * wt*\«B for the heavy traffic between the two towns and will save many accidents caused by the present'Congested condition of the old road. . Mrs. B.' p. Rjcharasbn'with Max and Meredith, drove J»,'pedar Rapids last Thursday for a short visit with Mrs. Mary Schichtl and Caroline Schichtl. Sister j Mary Ehrentrude of Burlington was also there. Mrs. Schichtl and Caroline returned with the Richardsons Saturday for a visit at Algona. H. H. Hudson of Wessington Springs, South Dakota, dropped into town Friday evening and is visiting relatives and friends. Mr. Hudson has been living in South Dakota for some years and reports his health has been much better there than it was in Iowa. He and his son* Milo G. Hudsoni are raising stock on a ranch. Miss Georgia Cole was graduated on ~ College at mother, beauty of tone you never beard before in radio! Anabsolutely new Majestic triumph— the new . Colotura Dynamic Speaker- makes _ Ma JOB tic's Colorful Tone richer, more realistic than ever. Six beautiful new 1930 Majestic modcb feature this amazing Colotura speaker. Hear them today at this store. Listen to their vivid, lifelike tone, Test their increased range and power. Inspect their new cabinets— of genuine Walnut and Australian tacewood. There are eizea and styles to suit every taste— all at new lower prices that make ownership easy. Illustrated— Model 93— Colotura Speaker— W A P IQ On display at Kossuth Radio & Electric Shop, Algona Majestic Sales Co. State Street. ,cy Drummond, in Chicago. They expected to be home the latter part of this week. Frances Hegarty won the $25 wrist watch prize given last week hi the Graham popularity contest. With each half pound of candy fifty votes were given and 150 votes with each pound. Miss Hegarty had 13,700 votes. It was estimated by C. L. .Bliley, the manager of the store, ithat more than a ton of candy was sold during the month of the contest. Mrs. A. R. Corey and daughter. Jean Marie, of Des Moines and the former's mother, Mrs. Anna Kunz and granddaughter, Ruth Mary, of Wesley visited Sunday at the F. A. Corey home. Mrs. Corey and two daughters, Jean Marie, and Ruth, had been visiting in Wesley a few days, while Mr. Corey was on a fishing trip. They returned to Des Moines Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord D. Shumway returned Thursday after a three weeks' motor trip to California. They brought Mr. Shumway's mother back to her home In Sutherland, Iowa. She had spent the last few months in Califor- ua. On the way back they stopped off for a day .or so in Salt Lake City and Fort Collins, Colorado. Mr. Shumway reports conditions-in California as being bad, Mr. and Mrs. jiarfpwilson were Algona visitors a few days last week. They had been in the east visiting with their daughter, Camilla- The Wilsons now live In Long Beach, California, and it is ten years, since they left Algona. They are now in Res Moines visiting their other daughter, Mrs. Frank Warner for a while before leaving lor their Mr- and Mrs. Hiram White are here for a visit at the home of Hiram's Htanfwa'feradlt^th^flrt M? 1 1 °*°*™> Louisiana, where he passed an month ft ft oV r the a iaw^hoof S K excellent —"°"' «* "*> * «* State University of Oklahoma at Nor man, Oklahoma. Mrs. White was before her marriage Miss Helen Jasperson. home in California, gone since March, They have been Mr, and Mrs. Chas. Hoffman and the latter's mother, Mrs. Nick Willger, and Charley's cousin, Peter Thilges qf St Joe left Sunday for Dyersville anc points in Illinois and Wisconsin. Charley's mother, Mrs. Anna Hoffman, lives at Dyersville and his two sisters and brother live near Bloomington, Wisconsin. They will be gone a week, Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Snyder expect to return to their home in Spencer the last of the week. Mrs. Snyder has Just closed a very successful year as manager of the Kossuth Chick Hatchery,. She was also manager of the hatchery last year. Their son, Bobby,' returned to Spencer last week and will visit cousins until his parents return, Mr. and Mrs. O, S. Johnson leave Sunday accompanied by their daughter, Mrs. Donald White, whom they will take part way to her home in Glendale, California. Mrs. White has spent the past month visiting her parents and her husband's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. White. Donald was unable to make the trip home at this time. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Owen returned Saturday from Sparta, where they had been for the weeks visiting at the home of their daughter, Mrs. H, F, Housh. Mr, and Mrs. Housh are the parents of a baby girj who was born May 22. They have one other daughter, Joan, who is two years old. Mrs, Housh was formerly Miss Merle Owen. The Misses Ruth and Etheline Muckey, daughters of Mr, and Mrs. Bert Muckey have returned from a two weeks' visit at the home of their uncle, Eugene KUUon, at Sioux city. They saw considerable damage done by the recent floods and at their uncle's home, the water came up to the door step. A park across the street —" completely ruined. tending the Gulf Radio School at New a licensed radio operator, has accepted a position as second communicating officer on the S. S. Munorleans. Wm. Finn, Russell Bitting, Ted Powell and Richard Banwart spent Sunday at Arnold's Park fishing. They made a big catch of four bullheads. Finn, Bitting, and Powell are all employed in the Algona Bakery. Richard Banwart is employed at the Anderson grain office. * Mr. and Mrs. -E. P. Fuller who had been expected to arrive in Algona last Saturday from San Diego found they could not leave when they planned to j and will now arrive Saturday morn- Ing for an extended visit with Mr, Puller's daughter, Mrs. Hazel Dalziel and other relatives. Mrs. Elizabeth Lemke returned Tuesday from .Des Moines where she had visited the past two weeks at the home of her daughter, M»'s Wm. Finders. She also attended the Flower show, which was held hi Des Moines while she was there, Mrs. Finders was before her marriage Miss Susie Brass. Bert Kroesen and his son from Iowa 'alls were in Algona Wednesday vlsit- ng friends. They were on their way to ~!mmetsburg to attend the ah- show. VIr. Kroesen is the foreman of a job printing shop in Iowa Falls. He was foreman of the Upper Des Moines- Republican four or five years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bohannon came up from Ames Sunday and Lloyd left for Schenectady, New York, today, where he will be employed by the General Electric Company in that city. Mrs, Bohannon will remain with Mr. Bohannon's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T, Bohannon until some time around the first of July. Mr. and Mrs. John Allen of Pittsburg. Kansas, arrived In Algona about a week ago for a visit at the N. E. BarUett hprae. They also visited friends around the county. The Aliens ' to live in Algona a number of George Cole, and daughter, Elinor Ann, of Maxwell, Iowa, drove to Rockford to attend the graduation exercises. The Coles lived in Algona a few years ago when Mr. Cole was in the hardware business. Georgia is a granddaughter of Mrs, I. G, Dewel. Miss Kate Skinner leaves Thursda 1 in company with Miss Ange Rorda, whi taught at LuVerne last year, for Bould er, Colorado, where they wjll attend summer school. Miss Ethel McFadden also leaves this week for Boulder to attend the summer session. Miss Skin ner is superintendent of the LuVerne schools. Miss McFadden taught las year at Greenville and will return there in the fall. Mrs. Sylvia Gunn expects to leave on Thursday night for her old home in Oberlin, Ohio. She will take a summer course in the conservatory in Oberiin with a special course for piano teachers in teaching the music to children. Mrs. Gunn is a graduate of Oberlin. She expects to be gone about four weeks. Jeannette Goeders will be the organist at the Congregational church while Mrs. Gunn is away. Mrs. Forrest Twogooa returned on Thursday from St. Joe, Missouri, where she had spent about a week with her husband. Mr. Twogood had his tonsils removed, and was unable to play baseball for St, Joe for several days. The last of the week he and Mrs. Twogood were called to Sioux City by the serious illness of his father. The elder Mr. Twogood had improved somewhat before Mrs. Twogood came home. Mr, Twogood returned to St. Joe. Patients at the Kossuth hospital this week are Mrs. William Sanders of Swea City, who was operated on Sunday for appendictis, Mrs. Elmer Haltcamp of Whittemore, who is a medical patient, Mrs. John Ludwig of Corwith to whom a baby boy was born Thursday and Mrs. Harry Ward, who underwent a major operation Monday. Dismissed patients are Howard Blancharcl, who was able to go to his home at Lone Rock Sunday and John Goetz, who returned Tuesday to his home at Wesley. Sister Emanuei ana Sister Janeslna, both of Cresco, visited at the Dr. F. E. Sawyer home a few days last week and this week. Sister Emanuei is a sister of Mrs. Sawyer. Dr. and Mrs. Sawyer left Tuesday for Cresco with Ahrens, who is the mother of Mrs. Sawyer and Sister Bmanuel. The two sawyer'children also went with them. From Oresco the Sawyers will go" on to northern Minnesota, for a ten day vacation. , , - - - tto ,^,,,^ ir -MulWns beipg .called , hero meeting of the agents for a medy concern, of which he is' trict agent. Mrs, -Mwlkins ..was ? a O girl, Miss ', gona , marrying Charlie Best,' a Algona man, from whom she vorced. Mr. and Mrs. Mulklns '.were the house guests of Mr. and Mrs James Phillips while in Algona. trict agent. Mr, and Mrs,—u?aul StahV Lul side at Sheffield, Iowa f "south'-'o^MaS* "en, ~ImVen»;- -, sons City, Mrs. -Mulleins -was »an, Al. .Union. .&«a^Ma *; , Announcement ;*;' I 1 '. we are going to move into our own garage building. About June 28,1930. West of the court house, Algona, Iowa. WHAT? WHEN? WHERE? Wrecker at Your Service When You Need It Phone 41 or 317-W. Helberg Garage &&88G888XXi%^^ OS60):aom8:8:c ^^ The DECLARATION oF QUALITY DIAMOND VALUE i j V^iELEBRATE f fcj, famoug d of Independence with a lasting sift fop the one vou it'j •?." " rc 8 , ure of doub V guaranteed Bluebird Diamonds .. . you kuow their honest quality and registered value. INDEPENDENCB HALL PHILADELPHIA. DIAMOND KING* Fred W. Wehler Co.

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